UL 1727:2017-03 Commercial Electric Personal Grooming Appliances.
1.1 These requirements cover electric personal grooming appliances intended for use by qualified personnel in commercial establishments such as beauty parlors, barber shops, or cosmetic studios. These appliances include hair curlers and dryers, combs, brushes, and similar appliances that are to be employed in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
1.2 These requirements do not cover therapeutic lamps, diathermy equipment, massage machines, vibrators, hair clippers, shavers, facial caps, masks, mitts, or other appliances covered by other requirements such as in the Standard for Medical Electrical Equipment, Part 1: General Requirements for Safety, UL 60601-1. These requirements also do not cover hair curlers or dryers rated at more than 250 volts.
2 Units of Measurement
2.1 Values stated without parentheses are the requirement. Values in parentheses are explanatory or approximate information.
2.2 Unless otherwise indicated, all voltage and current values mentioned in this standard are root-mean-square (rms).
3 Undated References
3.1 Any undated reference to a code or standard appearing in the requirements of this standard shall be
interpreted as referring to the latest edition of that code or standard.
4.1 For the purpose of this standard the following definitions apply.
4.2 APPLIANCE COUPLER — A single-outlet, female contact device for attachment to a flexible cord as part of a detachable power-supply cord to be connected to an appliance inlet (motor attachment
4.2 added May 21, 2012
4.3 APPLIANCE INLET (MOTOR ATTACHMENT PLUG) — A male contact device mounted on an end product appliance to provide an integral blade configuration for the connection of an appliance coupler or cord connector.
4.3 added May 21, 2012
4.4 APPLIANCE (FLATIRON) PLUG — An appliance coupler type of device having a cord guard and a slot configuration specified for use with heating or cooking appliances.
4.4 added May 21, 2012
4.5 AUTOMATIC CONTROL — A device intended for automatic control of operating time, temperature, or pressure under conditions of intended operation and not for protection against conditions resulting
from abnormal operations.
4.6 AUTOMATICALLY CONTROLLED APPLIANCE — An appliance is considered to be automatically controlled if it complies with one or more of the following conditions.UL 1727 pdf download.