Does anyone know what is the equivalent UL level for FMVSS 302?
FMVSS 302 stands for Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 302. It is a regulation that sets fire safety standards for the interior materials of vehicles in the United States.
There is no specific UL (Underwriters Laboratories) level for FMVSS 302. UL is a safety certification organization that tests and certifies products, but it does not have a direct correlation to FMVSS 302.
As mentioned before, there is no direct equivalent UL level for FMVSS 302. However, UL does have safety standards for materials used in vehicles, such as UL 94 for flammability of plastic materials and UL 723 for surface burning characteristics of building materials.
No, FMVSS 302 and UL 94 are not the same. FMVSS 302 specifically applies to the flammability of interior materials in vehicles, while UL 94 is a general standard for flammability of plastic materials used in various products.
FMVSS 302 tests for the flammability of materials used in the interior of vehicles, such as seat cushions, headliners, and door panels. It also includes requirements for the burning rate, smoke generation, and heat release of these materials.