Field Labeling for Food Service Equipment
We can quickly and cost-effectively expedite the field labeling process of food service equipment to secure the approval of your local or state inspector
If your local electrical inspector or building official finds installed food service equipment that does not comply with electrical product safety or NSF sanitation standards, that product will not be approved (“red tagged”) for use until all applicable product safety and/or sanitation requirements have been met.
Intertek can quickly and cost-effectively expedite the field labeling process to secure the approval of your local or state inspector. Once your equipment is found to be in compliance, the ETL Field Evaluated label will be applied, proving that your product complies with nationally accepted standard requirements. The label includes a unique serial number that is recorded in your report. If you have a question regarding your labeled equipment, your serialized number enables us to access your information quickly.
Intertek is involved with local authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ), attending their meetings and forums to gain a complete understanding of what inspectors need and want. During each field evaluation, we will contact the local inspector and communicate our intended process to ensure the AHJ will be completely satisfied.