The webinar of UL related to Appliances, HVAC and Lighting products


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UL offers a host of online and virtual engagements with critical regulatory requirements and industry updates that keep clients informed and responsive in uncertain times.

Below the calendar of upcoming webinars related to Appliances, HVAC and Lighting products:


SASO 2020  New additional requirements for streetlight luminaires in Saudi Arabia 

Tuesday, April 28 – 10:00-11:00 AM (CEST)

Join UL experts for an overview of the new and already established requirements around exporting street lights.


SASO Quality Mark: requirements for domestic gas appliances and catering equipment

Tuesday, May 5 3.00-4.00 PM (CEST)

This webinar will provide you an overview of the SASO Quality Mark requirements and processes with particular attention to gas appliances and catering equipment.


Safety and Performance for Horticultural Lighting

Tuesday, May 12 4:00-5:00 PM (CEST)

Join UL experts and learn more about the safety Standard for horticultural luminaires, UL 8800, and the UL S 8000, the Horticultural Lighting Performance Specification.


Etichetta Energetica: novità per i frigoriferi commerciali

Tuesday,  May 19 3.00-4.00 PM (CEST)

Gli esperti UL approfondiranno i cambiamenti che toccheranno il settore della refrigerazione commerciale dal 1° Marzo 2021, dopo l’entrata in vigore di una nuova etichetta energetica.


Going Global with Connected Lighting Products: Market Access Made Easy

Tuesday, May 26 11:00 am- 12:00 pm (CEST)

Register for our one-hour webinar to learn how to get your luminaires to global markets and confirm that they “communicate” with different products safely, ensuring interoperability through wireless technologies such as Bluetooth, Zigbee and Thread.


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