Standard 325, Edition 7 Edition Date: May 19, 2017 DOD Approved: January 21, 1992 ANSI Approved: February 28, 2020 $798.00-$1,990.00 Available in English, Français Purchase Options Get Update Alerts Learn more about UL's Alert Service Learn More, Formally confirming that your products and services meet all trusted external and internal standards. Update if compliance is verified or issue Findings Letter/Quote for any re-evaluations needed, July 17, 2015 = 6 Month Quote Cut-off – Quotes returned for necessary re-evaluations, December 18, 2015 = 30 Day Warning – Client advised of all non-compliant Reports to be Suspended, January 12, 2016 = Effective Date – ATM Suspended for all non-compliant Reports. That edition was primarily focused on the electric operation of garage doors and did not contain provisions for gates. – Please immediately identify any current Listing Reports or products that are no longer active and should be removed from our records. Those revised requirements are covered below with other requirements with ED = January 12, 2016. Door, Drapery, Gate, Louver, and Window Operators and Systems, G Mark Requirements for Electronics Imported to the Gulf Member States, 3.4, 3.11, 3.19, 25.11, 31.1.1, Table 31.1, 31.1.2, 31.1.6, 31.1.7, 31.1.15, 31.2.1.1, 31.2.1.2, 58.1.6. Intertek is the industry leader with over 46,000 people in 1,000 locations in over 100 countries. Specific details of new/revised requirements that may affect currently ETL Listed products are found in table below. Revisions to Instructions for gate operators regarding screening or guarding of horizontal slide gates, to align with ASTM F2200. The UL325Standard for Safety for Door, Drapery, Gate, Louver, and Window Operators and Systems, Fifth Edition Dated June 7, 2002: The standard was developed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. in an open non-exclusionary process for manufacturers to use in designing products. Previous SUN also contained 3 revised requirements (25.11, 31.1.7, Table 31.1) with stated ED = January 12, 2015 then was pushed out to January 12, 2016. After federal laws were enacted in the early 1990s, citing the provisions of UL 325 as applicable to garage door operation, members of the gate operator industry What Manufacturers Should Know as We Approach the New Year. Also revised Instructions for controls for emergency access. UL 325 & ASTM F2200 Safety Standards for Gate Operator Manufactures, Installers & Dealers Required Entrapment Protection Provisions Per UL 325 A key part of the UL 325 standard is a table (Table 31.1) that summarizes the entrapment device options for different classes of operators of the various types of gates included in the standard. Schedule:  So that shipping of products with Listing Marks will not be interrupted, an approximate schedule has been established to ensure Listing Reports are found compliant by Effective Date: Fees:  An initial review of Listing Report (s) will be covered by a direct billing project and will be invoiced at not more than $1000 per report. ACTION: Certs to be reviewed to confirm Class III and IV gate operators to ensure they now include audio alert alarm per 31.1.2. Information – To assist our Engineer with review of your Listing Reports, please submit technical information in response to the new/revised paragraphs noted in the attached or explain why these new/revised requirements do not apply to your product (s). Clarification of Instructional and Marking Requirements for Installations Less Than 8 Feet Above the Floor. Current Listings Not Active? Learn More, Validating the specifications, value and safety of your raw materials, products and assets. UL-325 › Historical Revision Information Standard for Door, Drapery, Gate, Louver, and Window Operators and Systems UL-325 - 5TH EDITION - SUPERSEDED Show Complete Document History How to Order That edition was primarily focused on the electric operation of garage doors and did not contain provisions for gates. Removing Type E device (audio alarm entrapment protection device) as an option for Gate Operators.