On March 24, 2017, the 6th edition of UL1082 Rev. Mar. 24, 2017 was officially released. As a new standard for coffee pots, kettles, and drip-type heating products, UL1082 became a hot spot in the industry after its release. . This article provides a question-and-answer interpretation of the main hot spots of the UL1082 standard, hoping to enable corporate customers and manufacturers to understand the new standard more clearly and prepare for relevant testing and certification in a timely manner.
What is the UL1082 standard?
The UL1082 standard refers to the standard for indoor use, coffee makers, kettles, and drip-type heating products.
What versions of the UL1082 standard are there?
First Edition – December, 1972
Second Edition – July, 1979
Third Edition – August, 1985
Fourth Edition – October, 1991
Fifth Edition – November, 1996
When is the enforcement date for UL 1082, 6 Ed. Rev. Mar. 24, 2017?
ITS has requested that the old version has expired on October 20, 2018, and has requested a mandatory update.
What are the obvious differences between UL1082, 6 Ed. Rev. Mar. 24, 2017 and Rev. Sep. 29, 2016?
1. Added test chapter 41.7
Section 41.7 is for the test requirements for products with handles. In order to meet the requirements of standard updating and testing, the product should be lifted by 12.7mm in a very short time (0.75S). This test cannot be done by hand. We have purchased specially made testing instruments. to be accurate and convenient to test the test.
What is the test content of the newly added chapter 41.7, and how can I pass the test?
During the tests of Section 41.7, the handle shall not be damaged and there shall be no risk of electric shock.
1. Loading weight: equal to twice the weight of the maximum water capacity.
2. Water temperature in the kettle: 90℃.
3. Grip area: 2 to 4 inches wide of the handle.
4. Lifting height: 12.7mm.
5. Lifting speed: within 0.75s.
6. Duration at the highest point: >3s.
7. Test cycle: 10,000 cycles.
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