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Not legally if one wanted to do the modifications themselves. All sorts of liability issues involved including would your property insurance cover damage caused by a non-UL listed device. Perhaps a manufacturer has made a UL listed 240 volt dimmer. Check the major electrical device manufacturers websites.

No UL has many different listings and requirements, but it does not mean something is intrinsically safe.

A UL-Listed Fire Alarm System is one that has been properly designed, built from UL-listed components, installed by properly trained technicians, tested by an authorized inspector and maintained according to the necessary standards, with proper records kept of periodic testing and maintenance.

it means the products are tested and manufactured in Europe. If it has a UL label as well it was tested in the US. It is the European equivalent of UL. Note: the standards for CE are lower than those for UL!

A machine is UL approved (the correct phrase for an end-product is 'UL listed') only when UL has successfully investigated the complete machine construction and carried out any tests they deem necessary from the relevant UL standard.The investigation process is much more straightforward if all the safety related components are 'UL recognized' (the 'backwards 'UR'letters symbol you may have seen on e.g. relays, ICs, MOVs and suchlike). You must use UL recognized components from the correct category and observe the component's UL conditions of acceptability (e.g. UL voltage and current rating for terminal blocks).Hope this helps!John ShowellProduct Safety ConsultantProduct Approvals Ltdwww.productapprovals.co.uk

Universal Life Insurance or UL is kind of permanent life insurance, generally implemented in the United States of America. The uses of UL include final expenses like funeral or burial, income replacement, and debt coverage.

All electrical wiring products in North America have to be UL or CSA approved. These are an independent testing laboratories that test products to destruction. The product is then given a range in which the product can be used. When you are looking for electrical products check for the UL or CSA approval stamps. If it is not on the product do not use it as your insurance company will use the non approved product clause if you make a claim on damage that the non approved product caused. Electricians can be fined if caught connecting non approved products. Be aware that there is a lot of off shore counterfeit products in the marketplace.

UL or Underwriters Laboratory certification means it has passed a series of tests to ensure a product's safety. This provides a safeguard to ensure that products are not potentially harmful to consumers.

Unilever is a dual-listing, Anglo-Dutch company. The company, therefore, has two listed stocks. UN is for the Dutch-listed stock and UL is for the UK-listed stock. The material difference is that the dividend from Dutch-listed stock is subject to Dutch tax law and the dividend from UK-listed stock is subject to UK tax law. From practical standpoints, because of the different withholding, UN seems to have greater tax burden than UL which resulted in UL typically traded at higher price than UN. A similar situation is Royal Dutch Shell, RDS.A is subject to Dutch and RDS.B UK dividend rules. Exchanges rates between three currencies (USD, EUR, GBP) might have impacts, too.

Do you mean like "UL Listed"? If so, that is an organization that sort of certifies various type of appliances, mostly for saftey. Try this website, they'll prolly do a better job of explaining it than me... http://www.ul.com

Fire alarm systems that are UL tested and listed per UL827 and NFPA 72.

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Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri was born on February 19, 1951.

Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri was born on February 19, 1951.

Shan-ul-Haq. His sons' names are Ibtesam-ul-Haq, (He is my class fellow) and Hassam-ul-Haq.

Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri is 59 years old (birthdate: February 19, 1951).

Shafiq-ul-Haq was born in 1946.

Mufasir-ul-Haq died in 1983.

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