Explaining UL-Listed Light Poles

Explaining UL-Listed Light Poles

Underwriters Laboratories (UL) is an independent research organization that uses exacting scientific processes to help companies create safer, more sustainable products that comply with city regulations. UL’s services include testing, inspection and certification, training and risk management.

If you see a UL mark on a product, that means it passed UL’s safety requirements for consumer and business use.

UL-Listed Light Poles

All United Lighting Standards light poles can be UL Listed for an additional cost. (Click here to see which tests UL performs on light poles.)

If your next pole order must be UL Listed, just let us know at the time of order placement, and we will ensure these structures are built to the specifications required. It is important to note that once a light pole has left our facility, we are unable to make it UL compliant.

UL-Listed poles from United Lighting Standards bear this mark.

ULS logo with a Classified UL logo

Please note that UL Listing is not available on brackets.

Get Started Today

If you have an upcoming project that requires UL-Listed light poles, you can specify those details in the “Options” portion of our Ordering Guide.

Have questions? Need help? Reach out to our pole experts today.

About Us

United Lighting Standards has been committed to designing, fabricating, finishing, and packaging high-quality steel and aluminum poles since 1971. We adhere to standards set forth by AASHTO, ASTM International, and NEMA. All of our products are built using fabricating and welding procedures outlined in the American Welding Society (AWS) manual for steel and aluminum to eliminate welding defects and ensure structural integrity.

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