ETL Mark guarantees Piller UPS as the best in quality and safety

Piller has once again achieved coveted certification under the Intertek SATELLITE™ Program to mark its power protection technology with the ETL Listed Mark.

ETL is an important mark as it provides proof of product compliance to North American safety and quality standards, such as the UL standards for products sold in the USA and the CSA standards for products sold in Canada.

In addition, the Intertek SATELLITE™ Program certification allows Piller’s test centre at its headquarters in Osterode, Germany, to carry out its own in-house testing and measurements to ensure that its power protection products meet ETL mark requirements.

Guaranteeing quality assurance across the entire production chain is a precondition for the Intertek SATELLITE™ Program certification. As a result, continuous testing processes in production and test bays are required; what's more, only highly qualified staff from the test bay and System Engineering Department are entitled to carry out the tests needed for certification.

Dr. Detlev Seidel, Managing Director, Operations, Piller Group, said:

"With Piller’s testing facility being one of few locations in Germany accredited to SATELLITE™ Laboratory Level 3, we place particular emphasis on ensuring that any products achieving the ETL Listed Mark meet the most stringent qualitative criteria, this highlights Piller’s pledge to provide equipment for uninterruptible power supplies that meets the highest standards of quality and safety".

Dr. Detlev Seidel, Managing Director Operations, Piller Group GmbH, with the ETL accreditation

About ETL

The history of Intertek's ETL Mark began when Thomas Edison founded the first independent electrical testing laboratory in 1896, soon after to be named Electrical Testing Laboratory (ETL), to evaluate the quality and safety of his own inventions. Today, billions of ETL Marks appear on products across North America as evidence of compliance to product safety standards, including household appliances, consumer electronics, medical devices, life safety and, among many others, security products. The ETL Mark has become the premier product safety mark for global manufacturers concerned with safety and market entry of innovative technologies such as Piller mission criticial UPS systems. The Data Acceptance Program (SATELLITE™) conducts testing in the manufacturer's own lab, to their own schedule giving the manufacturer control of their product certification program.

About Piller

Piller is a world leader in power protection technology. The company builds electrical systems for mission-critical applications world-wide. Clients include many of the world's central and commercial banks, stock exchanges and other financial institutions, as well as broadcasters, telecommunications networks, airports, government departments and co-location operators. Founded by the German engineer Anton Piller in 1909, more than a century on Piller is still headquartered and produces in Osterode and nearby Bilshausen, although today the company has subsidiaries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and Australia and employs over 800 people world-wide. Piller is a division of the privately owned British engineering and industrial group, Langley Holdings PLC.