Thursday, August 25, 2016 2PM ET/11AM PT
An evolving regulatory landscape will be ushering in major changes for HVAC equipment in the coming years. The transition from UL 1995 to UL 60335-2-40 will bring about more rigorous testing requirements in a variety of areas for HVAC equipment. These testing protocols are conducted to assess a number of criteria including input and temperature, resistance to fire, stability and durability, among others.
With that in mind, it is crucial for the HVAC industry to gain an in-depth understanding of these new regulations in order to know what is required of their products. Developing a broad knowledge of these requirements now will provide for a smoother road through testing later, avoiding costly delays and increasing speed to market.
In this webinar, we will cover what you need to know about:
- UL 1995 5th Edition
- UL 60335-2-40 1st Edition
- Future Standard Development
- Advantages of Certifying to Harmonized IEC Standard
- Testing Differences between UL 1995 and UL 60335-2-40
- UL 60335-2-40, Resistance to Fire (Section 30) and its Impact on Components/Materials
Tim Halsor - HVAC Safety Engineering Leader - Intertek