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Defined Life Thermal Aging


April 24, 2018

Learn how to expedite the process of EIS component certification

Manufacturers now have the possibility of a shorter testing timeline for the certification of their electrical insulation systems. How? By taking advantage of UL’s Defined Life Thermal Aging (DLTA) certification program. This program is intended for insulation systems that are used in applications where the operational designed service life is 5,000 hours or less. It offers an alternative to the full thermal aging program and is used to evaluate an EIS with a design life of 1500, 2500, 4000, or 5000 hours. For additional information, please reference the info sheet or download the DLTA White Paper.  To get started, please contact our sales team at [email protected].