UL 9：窗户组件燃烧测试的安全标准(同ASTME 163)
UL 9：Standard for Fire Tests ofWindow Assemblies
Thesemethods of fire tests are applicable to window assemblies, including glassblock and other light transmitting assemblies, for use in the protection ofopenings in vertical fire resistive assemblies.
UL 10B：房门附件的防火测试标准(同AS'TME 152)
UL 10B：Standard for Fire Tests ofDoor Assemblies
These methods of fire tests are applicable todoor assemblies of various materials and types of construction for use in wallopenings to retard the passage of fire.
Tests made in conformity with these testmethods register performance during the test exposure; and such tests shall notbe construed as determining compliance for use after exposure to fire.
It is the intent that tests made inconformity with these test methods develop data to enable regulatory bodies todetermine the compliance of door assemblies for use in locations where fireresistance of a specified duration is required.
These methods are intended to evaluate theability of a door assembly to remain in an opening during a predetermined testexposure.
UL 44：Thermo set-Insulated Wiresand Cables
ThisStandard specifies the requirements for single-conductor and multiple-conductorthermoset-insulated wires and cables rated 600 V, 1000 V, 2000 V, and 5000 V,for use in accordance with the rules of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC),Part 1, CSA C22.1, in Canada, Standard for Electrical Installations,NOM-001-SEDE, in Mexico, and the National Electrical Code (NEC),NFPA-70, in the United States of America.See Annex a for the complete list oftypes covered by this Standard and the specific electrical codes for which theyare intended, and Annex b for a summary of construction and test requirementsfor these types.
UL 83：Thermoplastic-InsulatedWires and Cables
ThisStandard also specifies the requirements for submersible-pump cables, with orwithout jackets. No type-letter designations are assigned to these cables.
UL 94：Standard for Tests forFlammability of Plastic Materials for Parts in Devices and Appliances
Theserequirements cover tests for flammability of polymeric materials used for partsin devices and appliances. They are intended to serve as a preliminaryindication of their acceptability with respect to flammability for a particularapplication.
Themethods described in this Standard involve standard size specimens and areintended to be used solely to measure and describe the flammability propertiesof materials, used in devices and appliances, in response to a small open flameor radiant heat source under controlled laboratory conditions.
UL 94 HB：塑料水平燃烧测试
UL 94 HB：Horizontal BurningPlastics Test
ASTM D 635, Test Method for Rate ofBurning and/or Extent and Time of Burning of Self-Supporting Plastics in aHorizontal Position (IEC 707, Methods of Test for the Determination of the Flammabilityof Solid Electrical Insulating Materials When Exposed to an Igniting Source,ISO 1210, Plastics – Determination of the Burning Behavior of Horizontal andVertical Specimens in Contact with a Small Flame Ignition Source)
UL 94 HBF：HF-1，HF-2泡沫塑料水平燃烧测试
UL 94 HBF：Horizontal Burning foamTest for Classifying Materials HBF, HF-1, or HF-2
ASTM D 4986, Standard Test Methodfor Horizontal Burning Characteristics of Cellular Polymeric Materials (ISO/DIS9772.3, Cellular Plastics – Determination of Horizontal Burning Characteristicsof Small Specimens Subjected to a Small Flame)
UL 94 V：塑料垂直燃烧性测定
UL 94 V：Vertical Burning plasticsTest
ASTM D 3801, Method for Measuringthe Comparative Extinguishing Characteristics of Solid Plastics in a VerticalPosition (IEC 707, ISO 1210)
UL 94 5V：塑料垂直燃烧测试
UL 94 5V：Vertical Burning plasticsTest, 5VA or 5VB
ASTM D 5048, Standard Test Methodfor Measuring the Comparative Burning Characteristics and Resistance toBurn-Through of Solid Plastics Using a 125 mm Flame (ISO 10351, Plastics – Method of Test forthe Determination of Combustibility of Specimens Using a 125 mm Flame Source)
UL 94 VTM：塑料薄膜垂直燃烧测试
UL 94 VTM：Thin Material VerticalBurning Test
ASTM D 4804, Test Method forDetermining the Flammability Characteristics of Nonrigid Solid Plastics (ISO9773, Plastics – Determination of Burning Behavior of Flexible VerticalSpecimens in Contact with a Small Flame Ignition Source)
UL 181：Standard for Factory-MadeAir Ducts and Air Connectors
Theserequirements apply to materials for the fabrication of air duct and airconnector systems for use in accordance with the International Mechanical Code(IMC), International Residential Code (IRC), and Uniform Mechanical Code (IMC),Standards of the National Fire Protection Association for the Installation ofAir-Conditioning and Ventilating Systems, NFPA No. 90A, and the Installation of Warm Air Heating andAir-Conditioning Systems, NFPA No. 90B.
UL 214：Tests for FlamePropagation of Fabrics and Films
UL 263：建筑结构和材料的防火测试标准(同ASTME 119)
UL 263：Standard for Fire Tests ofBuilding Construction and Materials
Thesefire tests are applicable to assemblies of masonry units and to compositeassemblies of structural materials for buildings, including bearing and otherwalls and partitions, columns, girders, beams, slabs, and composite slab andbeam assemblies for floors and roofs. They are also applicable to otherassemblies and structural units that constitute permanent integral parts of afinished building.
UL 580：Standard for Tests forUplift Resistance of Roof Assemblies
Themethod of test specified in this standard is intended to determine the upliftresistance of roof assemblies consisting of the roof deck and roof covering materials.It is applicable to any type of roof assembly which is adaptable to the testequipment. Tests to evaluate other potential hazards of roof assemblies are notwithin the scope of these requirements.
UL 723：筑材料表面燃烧特性的测试标准(同ASTME 84)
UL 723：Standard for Test forSurface Burning Characteristics of Building Materials
Thismethod of test for surface burning characteristics of building materials isapplicable to any type of building material that, by its own structural qualityor the manner in which it is applied, is capable of supporting itself inposition or being supported in the test furnace to a thickness comparable toits intended use.
UL 746A：Standardfor Polymeric Materials - Short Term Property Evaluations
These requirements cover short-term testprocedures to be used for the evaluation of materials used for parts intendedfor specific applications in electrical end products.
Together with the requirements mentioned inSupplementary Test Procedures, Section 4, these investigations provide datawith respect to the physical, electrical, flammability, thermal, and otherproperties of the materials under consideration and are intended to provideguidance for the material manufacturer, the molder, the end-productmanufacturer, safety engineers, and other interested parties.
A product that contains features,characteristics, components, materials, or systems new or different from thosecovered by the requirements in this standard, and that involves a risk of fireor of electric shock or injury to persons shall be evaluated using appropriateadditional component and end-product requirements to maintain the level ofsafety as originally anticipated by the intent of this standard. A productwhose features, characteristics, components, materials, or systems conflictwith specific requirements or provisions of this standard does not comply withthis standard. Revision of requirements shall be proposed and adopted inconformance with the methods employed for development, revision, andimplementation of this standard.
UL 746B：Standard for PolymericMaterials - Long Term Property Evaluations
These requirements cover long-term testprocedures to be used for the evaluation of materials used for parts intendedfor specific applications in end products.
Together with the Standards mentioned inSupplementary Test Procedures, Section 3, these investigations provide datawith respect to the physical, electrical, flammability, thermal, and otherproperties of the materials under consideration and are intended to provideguidance for the material manufacturer, the molder, the end-productmanufacturer, safety engineers, and other interested parties.
A product that contains features, characteristics,components, materials, or systems new or different from those covered by therequirements in this standard, and that involves a risk of fire or of electricshock or injury to persons shall be evaluated using appropriate additionalcomponent and end-product requirements to maintain the level of safety asoriginally anticipated by the intent of this standard. A product whosefeatures, characteristics, components, materials, or systems conflict withspecific requirements or provisions of this standard does not comply with thisstandard. Revision of requirements shall be proposed and adopted in conformancewith the methods employed for development, revision, and implementation of thisstandard.
UL 746C：Standardfor Polymeric Materials - Use in Electrical Equipment Evaluations
These requirements cover parts made ofpolymeric materials that are used in electrical equipment and describe thevarious test procedures and their use in the testing of such parts andequipment.
These requirements do not cover the specificinsulating systems that are covered by the requirements contained in theStandard for Systems of Insulating Materials, General, UL 1446.
Test procedures are provided herein for theevaluation of polymeric materials in specific applications. These testprocedures include references to data obtained from small-scale property testsconducted under standard conditions as well as other practical means ofevaluation.
UL 746D：Standard for PolymericMaterials - Fabricated Parts
Theserequirements cover a program applicable to parts that have been molded orfabricated from polymeric material and describe the material-identity controlsystem intended to provide traceability of the material used for the polymericparts through the handling, molding or fabrication, and shipping operations.Guidelines are also provided for acceptable blending or simple compoundingoperations that may affect risk of fire, electrical shock, or injury topersons.
UL 746E：Standard for PolymericMaterials - Industrial Laminates, Filament Wound Tubing, Vulcanized Fibre, andMaterials Used In Printed-Wiring Boards
These requirements cover test procedures tobe used for the evaluation of industrial laminates, filament wound tubing,vulcanized fibre, and materials for use in fabricating printed wiring boards.
These requirements provide data with respectto the physical, electrical, flammability, thermal, and other properties of thematerials, that are intended to provide guidance to the material manufacturer,the fabricator, the end product manufacturer, safety engineers and otherinterested parties.
UL 790：屋面覆盖材料耐火性的测试(同ASTME 108)
UL 790：Standard for Standard TestMethods for Fire Tests of Roof Coverings
Theserequirements cover the fire resistance performance of roof coverings exposed tosimulated fire sources originating from outside a building on which thecoverings are installed. They are applicable to roof coverings intended forinstallation on either combustible or noncombustible decks when the roofcoverings are applied as intended.
UL 910：Test Method for Fire andSmoke Characteristics of Electrical and Optical-Fiber Cables Used in AirHandling Spaces
UL 1040：Standard for Fire Test ofInsulated Wall Construction
This test method describes the testingprocedures and requirements applicable to insulated wall constructions by useof a standardized large-scale corner test.
The purpose of this test method is todetermine the ability of field or prefabricated insulated wall panels to resistthe spread-of-flame over a simulated interior wall surface of a building andthe ability of the insulating material to resist damage as a result of the fireexposure. This test method is not intended to evaluate the fire resistanceafforded by the structural members of the test structure such as columns,beams, girders, bar joists, tie bars, and the like.
UL 1056：FireTest of Upholstered Furniture
UL 1256：Standard for Fire Test ofRoof Deck Constructions
Theserequirements cover fire test methods to evaluate the performance of metallicand nonmetallic roof deck constructions subjected to internal (under deck) fireexposures for the purpose of determining the contribution of the roof coveringmaterial, insulation, and other components of the roofing system to the spreadof fire within a building. As the extent of flame propagation, thermaldegradation, and combustive damage are determined after roof deck constructionsare exposed to controlled fire conditions, these requirements are not intendedfor use in describing or defining the fire hazard or risk of fire under actualfire conditions.
UL 1581：Reference Standard forElectrical Wires, Cables, and Flexible Cords
This standard contains specific details of the conductors, of theinsulation, of the jackets and other coverings, and of the methods of samplepreparation, of specimen selection and conditioning, and of measurement andcalculation that are required in wire and cable standards.
The requirements for the particular materials, construction, performance,and marking of an individual type of wire, cable, or flexible cord are statedin the standard covering the finished type. They are not part of this referencestandard.
In each case in which an element of this standard does not apply, thestandard covering the finished type so states and specifies what does apply.
UL 1666：Standard for Test forFlame Propagation Height of Electrical and Optical-Fiber Cables InstalledVertically in Shafts
This is a fire test for determining values offlame propagation height for electrical and optical-fiber cables that are forinstallation vertically in shafts or in vertical runs that penetrate more thanone floor.
The purpose of this test is to determinewhether the flame propagation characteristics of these "riser" cablesare in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
This test does not investigate the toxicityor corrosivity of the products of combustion or decomposition.
This test does not cover the constructionrequirements for any cable or the electrical, optical, and other performancerequirements for any cable.
UL 1685：Standardfor Vertical-Tray Fire-Propagation and Smoke-Release Test for Electrical andOptical-Fiber Cables
TheUL flame exposure is a vertical-tray fire test for determining values of cabledamage height and smoke release from electrical and optical-fiber cables whenthe cables are subjected to a flaming ignition source. For a cable to beacceptable under the UL test procedure, each of the following is to beexhibited
UL 1694：Standard for Tests forFlammability of Small Polymeric Component Materials
These requirements specify a needle-flametest to simulate the effect of small flames which may result from faultconditions within equipment in order to assess the fire hazard by a simulationtechnique.
This test is applicable to small componentswhich contain materials that can not be fabricated into standardized specimensin the minimum use thickness and subjected to applicable preselection tests,such as UL 94. Test procedures specified have been determined to be applicableto small components with an overall volume of less than 2500 mm3 (0.15 in3). Test procedures may notbe applicable to small components with an overall volume greater than 2500 mm3 (0.15 in3).Test results may varybetween small components which are similar in construction. Considerationshould be given to the individual component construction to determine thesuitability of extending results obtained for one component to other similarcomponents.
UL 1715：Standard for Fire Test ofInterior Finish Material
This test method describes the testingprocedures and requirements applicable to the classification of interior finishmaterial assemblies by use of a standardized room fire exposure.
This test method is intended for use in theevaluation of the flammability contribution of wall material assemblies,ceiling material assemblies, or both, exposed to early fire growth underspecified room fire exposure conditions. The effectiveness of fire barriermaterials as protection for other combustible materials or components withinthe assembly is of primary interest for this evaluation.
UL 1820：Standardfor Fire Test of Pneumatic Tubing for Flame and Smoke Characteristics
Thisis a test method for determining values of flame propagation distance andoptical smoke density for pneumatic tubing that is to be installed in ducts,plenums, and other spaces used for environmental air. The purpose of this testmethod is to determine whether the flame-propagation and smoke-generatingcharacteristics of these tubes are in accordance with the provisions ofInstallation of Air Conditioning and Ventilating Systems, NFPA 90A. Exception No. 3 of Section 2-2.1.2of NFPA 90A statesthat pneumatic tubing having the required fire-resistant andlow-smoke-producing characteristics are capable of being installed in the spacebetween the ceiling and the floor or roof above, used as an air handlingplenum.
UL 1821：Standardfor Safety for Thermoplastic Sprinkler Pipe and Fittings for Fire ProtectionService
Theserequirements cover thermoplastic pipe and fittings for use in wet pipesprinkler systems for fire protection service
UL 1853：Standardfor Noreusable Plastic Containers for Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Theserequirements cover nonreusable plastic containers in sizes up to 5 gallons (19 L) intended for storage of flammable andcombustible liquids in accordance with the Flammable and Combustible LiquidsCode, NFPA 30, except that containers for Class IA flammable liquids shall notexceed 1 gallon (3.8 L).
UL 1887：Standard for Fire Test ofPlastic Sprinkler Pipe for Visible Flame and Smoke Characteristics
This is a test method for determining valuesof flame propagation distance and optical smoke density for plastic sprinklerpipe that is to be installed in ducts, plenums, and other spaces used forenvironmental air.
This test method does not cover theconstruction requirements for sprinkler pipe for pressure or other performancerequirements.
UL 1895：Standard for Safety forFire Test of Mattresses;
UL 1897：Standard for Uplift Testsfor Roof Covering Systems
Thistest method provides a comparative measure of the uplift resistance for roofingsystems by means of static differential pressure. The method does notnecessarily simulate the actual dynamic uplift pressures encountered by roofingsystems. Uplift pressures on a roofing system are dependent upon many factorssuch as wind gusts, building shape, edge configuration, and the terrainsurrounding the building. A method to calculate the uplift pressures on roofassemblies is contained in the Standard for Minimum Design Loads for Buildingsand Other Structures, American Society of Civil Engineers, ANSI/ASCE 7.
UL 1975：Standard for Fire Testsfor Foamed Plastics Used for Decorative Purposes
Thepurpose of this test method is to determine the ability of foamed plastics andproducts containing foamed plastics used for decorative purposes to resistrapid heat release when subjected to a flaming ignition source.
UL 2043：Standard for Fire Test forHeat and Visible Smoke Release for Discrete Products and Their AccessoriesInstalled in Air-Handling Spaces
Thisis a fire test method for determining the fire performance response of discreteproducts (including, but not limited to electrical equipment) intended to beinstalled in air handling spaces, such as above suspended ceilings or belowfloors. These products are subjected to an open flame ignition source andevaluated using a product calorimeter.
UL 2060：Fire test of mattresseswith bedclothes using a furniture calorimeter