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Tue Oct 6
  • Trade Show

CWIEME – Chicago

  • Trade Show
CWIEME
6–7 October
Chicago, IL                            

Donald E. Stephens Convention Center

Hall F (Lower Level)
5555 North River Road,
Rosemont, Illinois 60018, USA
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With over 120 years of experience in global safety testing and certification, find out how UL can help you with your electrical materials selection, and insulation systems testing and certification to bring your products quickly and safely to market.

UL for Electrical Insulation Materials and Systems

At UL, we test and certify electrical insulation materials (EIM) and electrical insulation systems (EIS) in an effort to help manufacturers build quality final components for end products that function as planned.  In this industry, the complete EIS continues to be the primary focus, but understanding EIM certifications can help you understand the material certification process while allowing you to make the best decisions for your products.

UL’s EIS Subject Matter Expert, Mark Raymond, will be making a presentation at the CWIEME Connect Program, ‘21st Century Advances in Electrical Insulation System Performance Evaluation’.   Performance and reliability are essential attributes of the electrical components used in motors, generators, transformers, and coil constructions.   Such reliability depends in large part on the integrity and compatibility of these components when used in combination together.  This combination of materials is the Electrical Insulation System (EIS).  This thought leadership session will explain the principle of thermal aging, the need and benefit of thermally aged insulation systems and the direction this evaluation process is heading towards in the future.

UL focuses on the science, innovation, and success of your designs while following the rigorous EIS requirements that must be met during testing and certification. We work to stay aware of the changing market and we use UL, IEEE, and IEC standards to test these types of electrical components.

Visit us at our booth K-9 to find out more information on how we can assist you with your specific EIM or EIS project.  Additionally, recent changes have been made to UL 1446, so talk to us for more details.

UL also offers public training, private and custom workshops and round-table discussions for various EIS topics.  More information can be found here online, or talk to your UL Sales Contact.

We look forward to seeing you at our booth K-9.

For more information, visit www.ul.com/eis.

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