C3 Engineering Knows Conformity!
Our partnership with TUV-Rheinland (and NRTL) enables us to evaluate and label products to the applicable safety standards.
All right – pop quiz! “What is conformity?” No, not in the social or political sense – in the electrical sense! Almost everyone has seen a “UL” (Underwriter Laboratories) label on a section of electrical gear, a piece of manufacturing equipment, or maybe even a toaster! Intuitively, most of us know that label is a reassurance that the product operates safely. But how does that happen? What is even more interesting and many people don’t know – is that UL is not the only entity authorized to label devices like those mentioned above. They are simply the most commonly-known. UL is an NRTL – a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory – which has been authorized to test products to specific, applicable standards, and label them as conforming. See what we did there? Our partnership with TUV-Rheinland (and NRTL) enables us to evaluate and label products to the applicable safety standards. So if you’ve changed a rated (conforming) cabinet, or if your inspector won’t green tag your SES because it is not “labeled”, or if you’ve bought a piece of manufacturing equipment from another country and want to know if it meets applicable safety standards? Yes, we do that…
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Electrical Conformity Services
C3 Engineering offers a wide range of electrical conformity services. If you have any questions about services that are not outlined on this page, please use the form below to reach out and we would be happy to assist you in any way we can.