... Association (CSA), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), National Sanitation
Foundation (NSF), American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and other
Jul 7, 2011 ... While shopping for restaurant equipment (and many other products), you will find
NSF listed, UL certified and Energy Star rated items. In many ...
Oct 10, 2005 ... Hi folks - Can someone tell me the difference between the above. I've seen a cap
machine I like (aesthetically) and the reseller tells me it's UL.
An NSF symbol with a “C” to the bottom left and a “US” to the bottom right denotes
... The engineers at UL test both electrical and gas fired food service equipment
to .... is the result of the cooperation between several different regulatory bodies,
Jul 23, 2012 ... When buying commercial kitchen equipment, use the NSF certification as a tie
breaker between two very similar models, not as a deal breaker.
Jun 25, 2015 ... ... Allied branded PVC conduit has led to some questions about PVC conduit
markings and the difference between UL and ETL certification.
It is important to distinguish the difference between “UL Certified” or “UL Listed”
and “UL ... complying with NSF standards for commercial cooking equipment.
The EPH Classified Mark is used for products complying with ANSI/NSF
standards and other food equipment hygiene codes and requirements.
Contact the NSF CertificationRecords Department ... or Contact theNSF
Consumer Hotline. e info@nsf. ... ANSI/UL 48, 197, 651, 763, 1563, CSA C22.2
No. 109 ...
NSF UL CSA ETL Energy Star ARI Performance Certified ISO 9000 ... NSF
Certification Mark, The registered NSF Certification Mark on a food equipment