Cyclect is a leading provider of electrical and mechanical services for hazardous locations. We are proud to announce that we are certified to UL PTKQ, the Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) certification for rebuilt equipment for hazardous locations. Our UL PTKQ certification ensures that our rebuilt equipment meets the same safety standards as new equipment and can be used safely in hazardous locations. At Cyclect, safety is our top priority and we are committed to maintaining our UL PTKQ certification and upholding the highest standards for quality and safety in all of our work.
There are several advantages to using UL PTKQ-certified rebuilt equipment:
- UL certification provides assurance that the equipment meets the necessary safety standards and can be used safely in hazardous locations.
- UL certification confirms the credibility of a company, as it demonstrates a commitment to meeting the highest standards for quality and safety.
- UL certification reduces the risk of accidents or injuries on a construction site, as it ensures that the equipment is safe and reliable.
If you are in need of electrical and mechanical services for hazardous locations, choose Cyclect. As a UL-certified rebuilder, you can trust that you are getting the safest and most reliable equipment available. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help with your hazardous location needs.
Applications UL PTKQ Certified Rebuilt Equipment
There are a wide variety of applications for UL-certified rebuilt equipment, including:
- Electrical and mechanical services for hazardous locations
- Industrial and commercial equipment
- Power generation and distribution systems
- Transportation systems
- Building materials and construction products
About UL PTKQ
Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) is a global independent safety science company that provides certification services for a wide range of products and equipment. One of these services is the certification of rebuilt equipment for hazardous locations, known as the UL PTKQ Certification. This certification is designed to ensure that rebuilt equipment meets the same safety standards as new equipment and can be used safely in hazardous locations.
To obtain the UL PTKQ Certification, a qualified rebuilder must follow UL’s factory surveillance requirements, which involve a thorough evaluation of the rebuilder’s facilities, processes, and procedures. This includes an on-site audit of the rebuilder’s facilities to verify that they have the necessary equipment, personnel, and procedures in place to rebuild equipment safely and in compliance with UL’s standards.
In addition to the on-site audit, UL may also require the rebuilder to provide documentation and test results to demonstrate that the rebuilt equipment meets the necessary safety standards. This may include providing documentation of the rebuild process, as well as testing the equipment to ensure it meets the necessary performance and safety criteria.
Upon successful completion of the factory surveillance and testing requirements, UL will issue a certificate of conformity to the rebuilder, indicating that the equipment has been successfully certified as safe for use in hazardous locations. This certificate is valid for a specific period of time, after which the rebuilder will need to renew their certification in order to continue rebuilding equipment for hazardous locations.
Overall, the UL PTKQ Certification for rebuilt equipment is an important step for qualified rebuilders to ensure the safety of their products and to demonstrate their commitment to meeting the highest standards for quality and safety.
About Underwriter's Laboratory
Underwriter’s Laboratory (UL) is a global independent safety science company that has been in operation since 1894. UL provides certification, testing, inspection, and advisory services to a wide range of industries, including electrical, fire safety, building materials, and more. The company’s main goal is to help improve the safety and performance of products, systems, and facilities around the world. UL works with manufacturers, regulators, and other stakeholders to develop safety standards and testing procedures that are widely recognized and respected in the industry. In addition to its certification services, UL also conducts research and development, publishes safety-related technical literature, and provides training and education programs to help improve safety and performance in a variety of industries.