orange cone construction needed
7 Warning Signs that you May Need a New Control System
January 3, 2017
Choosing an Automation Expert
Choosing an Automation Expert? What You Should Know Before Signing on the Dotted Line
May 9, 2018
Show all

Electrical Product Safety is Essential

Industrial Control Panel

When you buy anything electrical, safety is paramount. You’ll commonly see the UL label on just about anything you plug in – just take a look at your toaster or hair dryer the next time you use it.

Similar to residential products, commercial and industrial electrical products also have UL labels to indicate product certification. UL stands for Underwriters Laboratories, a company with a mission of “working for a safer world” since 1894.

As the largest nationally recognized testing laboratory, UL provides certification and testing programs that ensure safety and quality. Many electrical inspectors and jurisdictions look for the UL certification as part of their inspections.  Without UL listing, inspectors may be hesitant to sign-off on a panel, which may require obtaining a letter from a certified electrical professional engineer. As a result, having a UL label on your panel may end up saving time at the inspection.

UL Certification at Automation Solutions

Automations Solutions is part of UL’s industrial control panel (ICP) custom builder program, which means UL conducts quarterly unscheduled site-visits at our Germantown facility to review and inspect our products.  Since our products meet UL safety standards, Automation Solutions includes the UL certification tag on our panels and equipment.

Automation Solutions LLC UL Online Certification

Here’s our listing in UL’s Online Certifications Directory

UL 508 Panel Shop

Automation Solutions’ licensed, certified journeymen electricians run our panel shop according to UL 508: the standard for Safety of Industrial Control Panels.

At our Germantown Wisconsin facility, our experienced team can use customer’s existing control panel designs or build a panel from scratch according to unique system commissioning requirements. Numerous factors are taken into consideration at the design phase to determine customer needs with an exceptional attention to detail. Industrial Control Panel

Our  Control Panel Building Process includes:

  • Design
  • Layout
  • Assembly
  • Labeling and Engraving
  • Testing
  • Delivery
  • Installation
  • Start-up Commissioning
  • Training
  • Maintenance and Upgrades

Want to learn more about UL508 panels or how we incorporate safety into all of our work? See our Panel Design and Assembly Page, and contact us!

Follow us!  
LinkedIn

Facebook