This comprehensive one-day workshop will help engineers design commercial cooking appliances more rapidly by more thoroughly understanding the safety requirements needed to comply with UL 197. The course emphasizes the purpose of UL performance tests and construction, and their impact on appliance construction and functionality, rather than on a line-by-line review of the standard. The connection between portions of the National Electrical Code and UL 197 is also covered, as engineers at times need to speak the language of the “code” with local AHJ’s. Descriptions of the types of markings used for installation and servicing are also provided during the course.
A copy of the UL 197 Standard is included with your workshop materials ($490 USD value).
- Internal wiring
- Bonding and polarity
- Heating element and temperature controls
- Motor protection
- Circuit types
- Branch circuit and over current protection
- Electrical spacings
- Appliance ratings
- Markings types and purposes
- Testing for shock, mechanical and fire hazards
LIMITED TIME OFFER:
100% of the tuition paid for this workshop will be credited toward any commercial electric cooking appliances UL listing certification project opened within 90 days of workshop completion*.
*Offer limited to one paid tuition rebate per project. Credit applied at time of project initiation. Contact your local UL Sales Representative for details.