SnapCab prides itself in its ongoing commitment to product safety. As a result of taking safety so seriously, we have ensured that SnapCabs are safe to use in all indoor environments.
SnapCab models Focus, Meet 4, Meet 6, and Nurture are UL listed and certified in both USL and CNL. Our other products are made with similar materials and the same quality of construction. All new products are in the process of meeting the same standards.
USL designates that products have been investigated for compliance with requirements in the Standard for Household and Commercial Furnishings, UL 962, 4th Edition. Part of this certification includes testing materials for flame spread and developed smoke (UL 723).
CNL designates that products have been investigated for compliance with the Canadian requirements of CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 0, General Requirements — Canadian Electrical Code, Part II.
UL 962 is the premier North American Standard for household and commercial furnishings, and verifies that products meet electrical, flammability and personal injury safety requirements.
The Standard includes tests for:
• Stability and mechanical strength
• Safety in use
• Fire resistance
• Smoke and burn indices of particleboard, fabrics, plywood, adhesives, laminates
• Electrical: Power distribution units and lighting
SnapCab's UL category control number is IYNE-E502865. If you'd like to view our listing, please visit iq.ulprospector.com.
SnapCabs are certified in both stability and lateral capacity, based on calculations and testing in accordance with ASTM E72, and provide a structural engineer of these records with anchorage recommendations in worst case seismic zones and importance factors.
This certification additionally complies with and references 2016 CNC, IBC and ASCE 7–10 codes.
Photo of one of four seismic feet on every SnapCab Workspace product.
CARB Phase 2 Compliant
SnapCab is a CARB Phase 2 compliant manufacturer. CARB Phase 1 and Phase 2 are part of California's Composite Wood Products Regulation which has to do with reducing formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products, hardwood plywood, particleboard, and medium density fiberboard.
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