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JTB Power Solution earns UL compliant rating

MERIT, Texas — The JTB manufacturing facility that produces the JTB Power Solution was inspected Sept. 9 for compliance from start to finish along the assembly line by an inspector from Intertek, who certified the company’s quality and testing procedures exceeded that required by ETL US and Canada UL requirements.

The inspector checked all parts for details and specifications used to build a JTB Power Solution. The inspector’s final report stated that the JTB was in compliance in all areas, said Terry Hurst, CEO of JTB Power Solutions.

The overall inspection by the ETL representative gave JTB Manufacturing the “compliance to proceed” rating needed to continue with its manufacturing of the JTB Power Solution and continue to apply the ETL certification logo on each product.

The Intertek final report also extended JTB Manufacturing’s certificate to manufacture as well.

“Both of these certifications are necessary for us to continue manufacturing the JTB Power Solution,” said Hurst. “They are the highest rating that you can get. We work hard every hour of the day to keep the compliant rating.”

The Intertek Company is located in Cortland, N.Y., and it UL certifies products for retail sales in the United States. It is labeled on products as ETL. For more information on the rating system, visit www.intertek.com.

The JTB Power Solution is a new product for the RV industry that will add 20 more amps of power to all RVs. The JTB Power Solution is a certified Made in the USA product as well.

For more information about JTB Power Solution, visit www.jtbmfg.com.

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report.

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