Our Commitment to Product Safety
Docking Drawer offers a full array of ETL, CSA, CE, and RCM Listed solutions. Our patented and simple-to-specify outlets offer a reliable way to add movable drawer outlets safely, while keeping your spaces organized.
Electrical Cord Management and Cycle Testing Helps Ensure In-Drawer Outlet Safety
We cycle test each series of outlets 500,000 times, which is 50 times longer than the test required by our independent safety laboratory, Intertek.
Do Docking Drawer Outlets Comply with Building Codes?
YES. Docking Drawer outlets are tested by Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories (NRTLs) which are independent laboratories recognized by OSHA to test products to the specifications of product safety codes.
ETL vs UL Electrical Certifications: What's The Difference?
As far as regulatory approval goes, there isn't a difference between ETL and UL listings. Inspectors treat them equally as they're both approved by the US Government as NRTLs.
Can I wire my GFCI outlets in series with another GFCI?
Check out our GFCI wiring diagram to see how the outlets are to be wired in series.
Do I Need to Vent the Drawer Where my In-Drawer Outlet is Located?
The air exchange, or volume of air, in the cabinet is high. It would take a warm item endless hours to generate a high degree of heat before it could be of concern. No, you don't need to vent the drawer.
Docking Drawer In-Drawer Outlets are ADA Compliant when Installed Correctly
When installed correctly, Docking Drawer outlets meet all of the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that ensures access to the built environment for people with disabilities.