Fuel Burning Appliances Testing and Certification Services in Canada
What Are Fuel-Burning Appliances?
The term “fuel-burning appliances” encompasses a large variety of products that burn substances including gas (natural gas, blended gas, butane), oil, and solid-fuel (wood, coal). Manufacturers of these appliances must have their products certified against the applicable standards for the market(s) that they wish to enter. Accordingly, International Testing Laboratory Inc. is able to help get your fuel-burning appliances to markets across the globe.
Examples of fuel-burning appliances commonly certified by International Testing Laboratory Inc. include but are not limited to:
- Gas fireplaces/decorative appliances
- Indoor/outdoor cooking appliances
- Pellet stoves
- Residential/commercial water heaters
- Residential/commercial boilers
The following are a list of applicable standards that INTL utilizes to ensure that our manufacturers and product developers are in compliance with all safety regulations for efficient entry into desired markets:
- ANSI Z21.97
- ANSI Z21.50
- ANSI Z21.58
- ANSI Z21.88/CSA 2.33
- UL 174
- UL 307A
- CSA 110
- CSA B140.0
- CSA B140.3
- CSA B140.10
- ANSI Z83.11
Why International Testing Laboratory Inc.?
At International Testing Laboratory Inc., we make it a priority to ensure that our customers meet their certification and inspection requirements in a timely manner. Accordingly, we are available to hear from our clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
International Testing Laboratory Inc. is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) as an Inspection Body (ISO 17020) and Certification Body (ISO 17065). Additionally, we are accredited by the American Association of Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) as a Testing Laboratory (ISO/IEC 17025). Both of these accreditation bodies are ILAC Signatories. International Testing Laboratory Inc. is therefore lawfully authorized to approve and label various products installed in unclassified and hazardous locations through evaluation of their electrical safety
To acquire a quotation or for more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For additional assistance, you may reach us by phone at (778) 927-9696.