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New UL Edmonton customer service centre and laboratory to accelerate manufacturing and supply chain safety 30 October 2019

UL has officially opened a new hazardous locations customer service centre and laboratory in Summerside Centre, 1040 Parsons Road SW in Edmonton. The facility offers local expertise for advisory services, equipment testing and certification....

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UL officially opens expanded hazardous locations lab to accelerate manufacturing and supply chain safety 12 June 2019

UL has officially opened its newly expanded hazardous locations (HazLoc) testing and certification laboratory. Located at UL’s global headquarters in Northbrook, Ill., the state-of-the-art, fully-automated HazLoc laboratory offers a streamlined process for equipment testing and certification....

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Explosion Protection Expertise At Your Fingertips 02 May 2017

As technology continues to rapidly advance, and as Codes and standards continue to evolve, the need for the most up-to-date information available as quickly as possible becomes more essential. This need is heightened when equipment for installation and use in explosive atmospheres / hazardous locations is involved. ...

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U.S. Coast Guard updates electrical regulations for offshore hazardous locations 08 May 2015

The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) is responsible for maritime safety and security in the U.S. Offshore Continental Shelf. USCG recently published amendments to the Title 46 CFR rules governing electrical equipment used offshore in hazardous locations. These changes have the potential to affect builders and suppliers of equipment used on all gas and oil rigs, mobile offshore drilling units and offshore supply vessels. ...