What is Intertek listing?

What is Intertek listing?

What is Intertek listing?

The ETL Listed Mark indicates to distributors, retailers and customers that your product has been tested by Intertek and found in compliance with accepted national standards.

How do I find ETL listings?

How do I know if my product is ETL Listed? Look for the ETL logo on the package or label! If you cannot find it on the label, the product is not ETL Listed, and may have been certified through a third-party certification program.

Is Intertek an ETL?

ETL stands for Electrical Testing Laboratories, the certification division of Intertek Testing Laboratories, who are also part of the NRTL program and provide assurance, testing, inspection and certification services for a huge range of industries.

What is ETL listing?

In short, the ETL Listed Mark indicates that your product has been tested by a NRTL, To your distributors, retailers, and customers, the ETL Mark is assurance that the product is compliant with safety standards, having been tested and certified by a third-party organization.

Is ETL Listed safe?

The ETL Mark is proof of product compliance to North American safety standards. Authorities Having Jurisdiction(AHJs) and code officials across the US and Canada accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product compliance to published industry standards. Retail buyers accept it on products they’re sourcing.

How do I verify ETL?

Integration testing of the ETL process and the related applications involves the following steps:

  1. Setup test data in the source system.
  2. Execute ETL process to load the test data into the target.
  3. View or process the data in the target system.
  4. Validate the data and application functionality that uses the data.

What is SQL ETL?

ETL stands for Extract, Transform and Load. These are three database functions that are combined into one tool to extract data from a database, modify it, and place it into another database. SSIS is part of the Microsoft SQL Server data software, used for many data migration tasks.

Can CE certification be sold in Canada?

A common mark found on tools manufactured or sold in Europe is CE. The CE marking does not constitute certification for use in Canada. It is self-declared by manufacturers, not verified by third-parties, and declares conformity to European directives which are different from Canadian requirements.