Trusted, respected, and thorough evaluations, when and where you need them in Texas.

Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) have a top priority of keeping people and property safe. In order to do that, they need to know that the products, equipment and systems installed in their jurisdictions have been evaluated to meet current safety requirements.

Code authorities count on MET’s technical expertise and nearly 60 years of experience to provide thorough evaluations, trustworthy certifications, and the technical support needed to guarantee safe code-compliant installations.

Responsive and quality-assured services, helping you assure your equipment meets all applicable codes.

MET performs field labeling services of unlabeled & non-certified electrical equipment with the highest level of integrity helping you avoid unexpected delays and rejection from AHJs. MET can confidently demonstrate that your product complies with the applicable requirements. If needed, we will be on site within 24 hours or the following working day through our team of field inspectors across the U.S.

With nearly 60 years of product safety expertise and relationships with AHJ’s, we work with you and the local AHJ to meet your deadline and secure approval with your local or state inspector.

Equipment Served

MET’s Field Evaluation team provides responsive, next day service on several unique product categories. Our reputation for excellence gives customers a higher level of confidence that their product meets applicable safety requirements.

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Field Evaluation Process

Equipment that does not bear a label from a third party product safety testing laboratory may present hazards. The requirements for listing or labeling equipment are a local & federal requirement under the workplace guidelines promulgated by OSHA.

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NFPA 790/791

Our field inspection services are fully compliant to NFPA 790, Standard for Competency of Third-Party Field Evaluation Bodies and NFPA 791, Recommended Practice and Procedures for Unlabeled Electrical Equipment Evaluation.

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Since 1959, MET has been providing testing and certification for United States, Canadian and international markets. MET is a leading resource for electrical inspection agencies in the United States and Canada to assure compliance of unlabeled equipment in the field.

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