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Jun 7, 2022
  • Webinar

Review Your Build of Materials and Maximize UL iQ™’s Value

Join UL’s complimentary three-session live webinar series to explore EIS safety and performance certification standards and evaluation options when facing materials shortages.

A laboratory worker holding an electrical insulation system with gloved hands

Date & Time

Starts

Jun 7, 2022 3:00pm CEST

Ends

4:30pm CEST

Location

Online

An electrical insulation system (EIS) comprises a particular combination of materials that have been verified for chemical compatibility when used at certain maximum temperatures. If you work in the electrical insulation systems industry, testing and certification can help you confirm that individual insulation materials can meet the applicable safety and performance standards in shared environments in complex electrical systems.

To create reliable, high-performance EISs, manufacturers must use quality electrical insulation materials (EIMs) and EISs and thoroughly review them when building magnetic devices such as motors, transformers, generators and solenoids.

Today’s too-common material shortages require manufacturers’ flexibility in their use of materials. Join UL’s complimentary three-session live webinar series to deepen your understanding of certification standards and evaluation of EIS safety and performance to help you explore your options when you face materials shortages.

The second webinar in this series, How to Adopt a System: Review Your Build of Materials and Maximize UL iQ’s Value, provides information about system adoption and using the UL iQ database to search for products.

This informative webinar will include discussions on the following topics:

  • EISs and types of components
  • EIS compatibility
  • EIS adoption
  • Accessing and searching in the UL iQ database
  • What to expect on the OBJS2 Yellow Card

Speaker: Rita Chiodini, staff engineer

Moderator: Hagen Fasel, product manager

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