Any listing in this product directory or other related materials, where “NRTL” appears next to the product name was tested by ARL as a NRTL. The NRTL status for these listed products was valid through January 27th, 2008 unless previously delisted. NRTL labels issued on or before January 27th, 2008 for these products remain valid indefinitely. These products may remain listed solely by ARL. However, they are no longer under the surveillance of the NRTL program.
HARDWARE FOR THE SUPPORT OF CONDUIT, TUBING AND CABLE
The products listed here are hardware for the support of conduit, tubing and cable, such as hangers, staples, straps, and similar devices for installation in accordance with the National Electric Code, NFPA 70, and the Canadian Electric Code (CEC) Part I. The requirements also cover standoffs for nonmetallic-sheathed cable and protector plates.
The requirements for this category of products do not include: hardware for use with surface raceway, wireway, or busway systems, sprinkler systems, and other piping used for fire protection service, hardware for use with lighting fixtures, or hardware for grounding and bonding applications.
These requirements do not cover:
a) Hardware intended to support boxes
b) Conduit and cable fittings
c) Reducing washers
d) Pulling grips for cable or cord
e) Cable ties or
f) Positioning devices
Each product is marked with the name or trademark of the (manufacturer) or vendor, a distinctive type, style, model or catalog designation, date code, electrical ratings, electrical hazard warnings, wiring diagram, type and kind of refrigerant employed, factory test pressures for suction and discharge sides and, if applicable, marked “Suitable For Outdoor Use.”
These products comply with ARL requirements which include pertinent sections of the Standard for Safety, UL 2239, Hardware for the Support of Conduit, Tubing and Cable.
A product that contains features, characteristics, components, materials, or systems new or different from those covered by the requirements of the standard, and that involve a risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons, have been evaluated using the appropriate additional component and end-product requirements as determined necessary to maintain the acceptable level of safety as originally anticipated by the intent of the standard. A product whose features, characteristics, components, materials, or systems conflict with specific provisions of the standard have been judged to be in non-compliance with the standard.
Only products which properly bear the ARL Listing Mark (Label) are considered Listed by ARL.