UL 969 standard qualifies labels for performance outdoors, across a wide range of temperatures, and resistance against chemicals such as gasoline. It is required in many compliance labeling situations, yet it’s rarely understood. Here are a few things worth knowing:
- UL 969 labels are for more than just UL tested products. Testing companies such as ETL, IAPMO, and TUV require labels that meet the standard as well.
- Application surface matters. Performance attributes are rated according to what surface the labels are sticking.
- Make sure your labels include the core identification–this informs the inspector of their compliance. Lack of core identification is one of the main reasons labels get rejected.
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