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UL and CSA Listed

All of our Commercial and Industrial steel and aluminum light poles can be provided as UL or CSA Listed. These certifications are limited to our catalog poles and are not available on brackets.

There is an additional cost of $35 per pole for the listing, and UL or CSA must be specified at the time of order as it cannot be added after the poles have left our facility.

Poles can be denoted as UL or CSA Listed in the Options area of the ULS order number. View information about our ordering logic for more information.

Please contact Project Management with any questions about pricing or requirements.

What is UL?

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 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. While UL tests according to ISO and Canadian standards, the UL mark indicates that the light pole has been certified for use only in the U.S.

What is CSA?

Canadian Standards Association (CSA) International is a group that tests, inspects, and certifies products that carry a high amount of user risk, such as electrical and mechanical products. CSA is dedicated to safety, social good, and sustainability. Its mission is to enhance people’s lives through the advancement of standards in the public and private sectors. CSA tests according to Canadian or U.S. standards, as well as UL, American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and NSF International standards. Light poles bearing the CSA mark are certified for use around the world.

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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