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Canadian Field Evaluation Requirements for Gas-Fired Equipment and Medical Electrical Equipment/Systems

Learn about the Canadian Gas Code B149.3-20 and the Canadian Medical Code SPE-3000, and how UL can help you get your gas-fired equipment and medical electrical equipment/systems approved for Canada in a timely manner.

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Canadian field evaluation requirements for gas-fired equipment

The Canadian Gas Code B149.3 specifies the minimum requirements for all fuel-related components to ensure the safety for gas-fired equipment, while addressing potential hazards to the public and property. UL’s Field Evaluation includes an assessment of the compliance to the mandatory constructional requirements, as well as the witness of critical safety devices function tests, and the final inspection at the site of installation.

While Field Evaluation is not meant to replace regular certification, we designed this program specifically for gas-fired equipment that is one of a kind and for gas-fired equipment that is produced in limited quantities and not covered under the scope of a full certification standard.

This on-demand webinar will provide an overview of the latest version of Canadian Gas Code B149.3 requirements. We will discuss the changes from the 2015 version and new items in the 2020 version of the code. The webinar also explains how you can leverage our expertise to expedite field approval for your gas-fired equipment in Canada.

Learning objectives:

  • Overview of Canadian Gas Code B149.3-20 requirements
  • Discuss changes in the 2020 version of the B149.3-20 Code
  • Overview of UL’s Field Evaluation program for gas-fired equipment

Canadian field evaluation requirements for medical electrical equipment and systems

The Canadian Model Code SPE-3000 specifies the minimum construction, test and marking requirements to ensure the safety of medical electrical equipment and systems while addressing potential hazards to the public and property. UL’s field evaluations include an assessment of the compliance to the mandatory construction and marking requirements, as well as the performance of the applicable nondestructive tests, as specified in the SPE-3000 model code. The required tests vary depending on the type of equipment and the installation location.

This webinar provides an overview of the Canadian Medical Code SPE-3000 requirements and explains how you can leverage UL’s expertise to help speed time to market for your medical electrical equipment and systems in Canada.

Key points:

  • Overview of Canadian Medical Code SPE-3000 requirements
  • Overview of UL’s field evaluation program for medical electrical equipment and systems

Speaker:
Siva Iyer, senior project engineer, UL

Webinar date
Dec. 1, 2020

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