Underwriters LaboratoriesUnderwriters Laboratories (UL) are most widely known for standards in electrical products. E.g., every light bulb, lamp, or outlet purchased in the U.S. usually has a UL symbol and says UL Listed.
What does UL code mean?
If uL (unbalanced load) appears in display, the load is out of balance. The washer is running a load-balance correction routine. Allow the washer to continue. If the dial is flashing and the washer has stopped, redistribute the load, close the lid, and press START/PAUSE.
What is the UL standard?
UL Standards are used to assess products; test components, materials, systems and performance; and evaluate environmentally sustainable products, renewable energies, food and water products, recycling systems and other innovative technologies.
What does UL rating stand for?
UL stands for Underwriter Laboratories, a third-party certification company that's been around for over a century. UL was founded in 1894 in Chicago. They certify products with the aim to make the world a safer place for both workers and consumers.
What does UL stand for in OSHA?
The UL (Underwriters Laboratory) is an international certification company approved by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to test and certify industrial equipment and home appliances.
What does DF mean in construction?
In architecture, a daylight factor (DF) is the ratio of the light level inside a structure to the light level outside the structure.