bisco industries becomes UL-Registered in Processed Wire
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ANAHEIM, Calif. - Californer -- bisco industries recently became registered in UL category ZKLU- Re-spooled Processed Wire. UL Certification is a valuable marketing tool that tells customers that product, process, service or company has successfully met stringent requirements.

UL Classification typically means that UL Solutions has tested and evaluated samples of a product with respect to certain properties of the product. UL classifies products to, applicable requirements, and standards of other organizations.

UL Recognition is most commonly seen in factories, in the form of power supplies for circuit boards that are used to power other machinery. UL Recognition ensures the safety and efficiency of the machinery used by workers. It also encourages businesses to pursue more environmentally friendly practices.

UL Recognition ensures the safety and efficiency of workers' machinery. It also encourages businesses to strive for more environmentally friendly practices. UL ensures that the equipment is properly housed because UL Recognized focuses on components. Additional installation precautions may be required to protect the product from chemicals or liquids used in the manufacturing process.

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This new registration expands bisco's already vast offering of value added services including local inventory, one-stop shopping, kitting, assembly, VMI, quality controls and much more.

bisco industries is a premier distributor of Electronic Components and Fasteners used for production in Aerospace, Communication, Computer, Fabrication, Industrial Equipment, Instrumentation, Marine and Military Industries. In addition to its 52 local facilities and 7 strategically located North American distribution centers, bisco offers a full-service e-commerce website where customers can get quotes and place orders at the click of a button. To learn more and stay up - to date on the latest news from bisco industries visit

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