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Dunkermotor Receives cUL Certification for Safe Motors
Machine builders, distributors and users in Canada can rest assured that one of the leading suppliers of motion control solutions now complies with both Canadian and North American regulatory safety standards.
Dunkermotor, which was recently acquired by Ametek, received the cUL Certification by Underwriters Laboratories (UL), an independent, not-for-profit product safety testing and certification organization, for its brushless motors, intelligent servo motors and brush motors that are used in applications that require compliance with Canadian safety requirements.
The cUL Certification is an extention to the original UL Certification in the U.S.
"This new certification reinforces not only our commitment to our Canadian customers, but also our U.S. and other global customers who sell their products in the important Canadian market," said Wilfrid Vinson, president of Dunkermotoren USA.
Dunkermotor's permanent magnet brush DC motors in 42, 51, 53, 63 and 80 mm frame sizes, as well as brushless DC (BLDC) motors in 42, 45, 65 and 75 mm frame sizes, including brushless motors with integral control intelligence (iBLDC), have all received certification, according to Dunkermotor.
"We are proud to be among a select few motor manufacturers who can offer their global customers not only UL and cUL certifications for the U.S. and Canada, but also CE and CCC certifications of our products, including brushed DC motors, in Europe and China," Vinson said.
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