Quality assurance

Geo dream is safety tested and production monitored by UL and TÜV America

When you install Geo Dream, you get the peace of mind of knowing you are using a product that has been independently tested and certified to pass established standards for your safety.

For our customer’s safety, we make sure that our product is made with care. We have certifications from TÜV SÜD and UL, which differs our product from many cheap films in China. Inspection in our company is regularly made by certified laboratories to make sure that our film maintains in top quality.

UL FAQ:

UL is a global independent safety science company with more than a century of expertise innovating safety solutions from the public adoption of electricity to new breakthroughs in sustainability, renewable energy and nanotechnology. Dedicated to promoting safe living and working environments, UL helps safeguard people, products and places in important ways, facilitating trade and providing peace of mind.

UL certifies, validates, tests, verifies, inspects, audits, advises and educates. We provide the knowledge and expertise to help customers navigate growing complexities across the supply chain from compliance and regulatory issues to trade challenges and market access. In this way, we facilitate global trade and deliver peace of mind.

TUV FAQ:

Like other NRTLs, TÜV establishes, maintains and operates testing facilities to independently examine products and components for safety hazards.

Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory.

No. Many in the U.S. believe that OSHA testing facilities or other government agencies conduct the testing and certification of products and equipment for use in the workplace. This is false. The fact is that this testing is done by independent third-party testing and certification organizations. OSHA only operates the program that recognizes these independent third-party organizations.

OSHA considers NRTLs recognized for the same standard to be equal in their capability to certify to that standard.

OSHA Safety Standards contain requirements for testing and certification of certain products by a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). These Safety Standards are found in Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

No. While OSHA recognizes organizations as NRTLs, it does not dictate to manufacturers which NRTL they must use. In fact the opposite is true. OSHA recognizes multiple organizations as NRTLs to create a competitive environment so that the manufacturers have a choice of which NRTL they utilize. Manufacturers can choose any NRTL to show compliance with UL, ANSI and other OSHA-recognized standards.

No, UL is a private, non-profit organization and not a part of OSHA or any other government agency. UL is recognized as an NRTL by OSHA under 29 CFR 1910.7 and has the same status as the other 18 NRTLs recognized by OSHA under the NRTL Program.

No. There is a common misconception in the United States that manufacturers must use UL testing facilities when testing for compliance to U.S. electrical standards. OSHA recognition allows any NRTL to test products within its recognized scope of testing, meaning that all NRTLs recognized by OSHA are equal.

No. Many organizations mistakenly believe that if a standard is preceded by “UL,” (for example, UL 60950), it must also be tested by UL. This is not true. UL is both a standards-publishing organization and a testing organization. The preface of UL before a standard simply signifies that UL published the standard. TÜV SÜD America and many other NRTLs are OSHA-recognized to test to these standards.

For more information, please point your favorite web browser to the following addresses:

TÜV America at http://www.tuvam.com

OSHA at http://www.osha.gov

UL at http://www.ul.com