How to Avoid Counterfeits - Courtesy of ESFI
The saying, “If it’s too good to be true, it usually is,” should come to mind when you find electrical products that are far below competitor prices. But electrical products are uniquely hazardous when impersonated. They have not undergone testing by an independent laboratory, likely do not comply with industry safety requirements and, since their origin is often unknown, their manufacturers aren’t held accountable for the potentially deadly results. Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) shares information on what to look for and how to help protect yourself and your loved ones from fires or injuries associated with counterfeit products. Read it here.