UL Certified

All panels fabricated by CITI, LLC are UL listed and certified to UL 508A Standards for Industrial Control Panels and UL 698A standards for industrial control panels relating to hazardous locations with intrinisically safe circuit extension for Class I, Groups A, B, C and D, Class II, Groups E, F and G and Class III locations.

These certification categories are futher explained below with information from www.UL.com.

UL 508A - "Industrial Control Panels"

This category covers industrial control panels, which are factory-wired assemblies of industrial control equipment, such as motor controllers, switches, relays and auxiliary devices. The panels may include disconnect means and motor branch-circuit protective devices. An industrial control panel does not include the controlled loads, including motors, luminaires, heaters, or utilization equipment.

An enclosed industrial control panel is comprised of the enclosure, all components located within the enclosure, and all components mounted to the walls of the enclosure.

An open industrial control panel is comprised of a mounting sub-panel and all components mounted to the sub-panel, and is intended for installation into an enclosure in the field.

UL 698A - "Industrial Control Panels Relating to Hazardous (Classified) Locations."

Intrinsically safe circuit extensions, Class I, Groups A, B, C and D; Class II, Groups E, F and G; Class III. This category covers industrial control panels relating to hazardous locations which are factory wired assemblies of industrial control equipment such as motor controllers, switches, relays and auxiliary devices. The panels may include disconnect means and motor branch circuit protective devices.

Industrial control panels relating to hazardous locations are intended for installation in unclassified (ordinary) locations. They are provided with intrinsically safe (low energy) circuit(s) as indicated on the product, for extension into a hazardous (classified) location.


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