Grease Producing Cooking Equipment


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Expiration date:

August 01, 2017 - July 31, 2025

Verification Mark

Product Information

Marketing claims are everywhere in the global market, but it’s often difficult for customers to determine which are accurate. Providing customers with a reason to trust a claim can make all the difference.   


UL’s marketing claim Verification service provides independent,
objective confirmation that your product will deliver what you’ve
promised. Once your marketing claim for your commercial cooking
appliances has been Verified, you earn the right to use the UL
Verified Mark to communicate critical information that Authorities
Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) can use to determine whether a hood is
needed. UL uses the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Test Method 202, Determination of Condensable Particulate
Emissions From Stationary Sources to verify your claims regarding
product performance.

The UL Verified Mark can help showcase that your commercial
cooking appliances limit emission of grease-laden air to the room
to under 5 mg/m3 avg. using the EPA-202 test method based on
your specifications and food types used.

Buyers and Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) need to know the amount of grease-laden emissions your product produces before deciding if your product requires a hood for the food types you specify. UL’s Verification Service allows you to mark and market your products with the specific amount of grease-laden effluents over 8 hours while cooking the food types of your choosing. UL’s Verified Mark can be placed on your product in addition to packaging, online, and print marketing. UL also publishes the Verification at 

* This information was provided by UL Solutions and may contain additional information outside the scope of this Claim Verification.

Marketing Claim Verified by UL Solutions

Xmg/m3 of grease-laden effluents over 8 hrs while cooking <Food_Type>

Verification Method

Test/Audit/Inspection Objectives The testing offered under this program is intended to determine the amount of grease-laden effluents, over an 8 hour period, on a food specific basis. Standards, Clauses & References EPA Method 202—Dry Impinger Method for Determining Condensable Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sources

What is UL Verification?

UL Verification is an objective, science-based assessment that confirms the accuracy of marketing claims. Our independent assessment process scrutinizes the validity of specific advertising or promotional statements, giving you a way to separate verified fact from fiction.