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The NINGBO QIAOPU ELECTRIC CO., LTD. is a professional OEM American UL Power Cord Manufacturer and ODM American UL Power Cord Factory, was founded in 2001. It has a power cord with the trademark "QIAOPU" on it. The company specializes in the manufacture of national security certification power cables, plugs and sockets, extension cords, rubber cords, and other electrical components. In 2013, Ningbo Qiaopu Electric Co., Ltd. generated a total output value of RMB 170 million. It currently employs 178 people, including 8 quality inspection personnel, 7 quality assurance personnel, and 7 technical and research personnel. The plant covers an area of 21,000 square meters. For the rubber line workshop, the PVC granulation workshop, the copper wire bundle workshop, the wire drawing workshop, the riveting workshop, the plug injection workshop, the factory inspection and delivery workshop, and the factory inspection and delivery workshop.
NINGBO QIAOPU ELECTRIC CO., LTD..'s QIAOPU trademark products primarily include European plugs, European power cords, American plugs, American power cords, GB plugs, GB power cords, British plugs, Australian plugs, Japanese plugs, Korean plugs, South African plugs, Brazilian plugs, Argentine plugs, Swiss plugs, Israeli plugs, and so on. Power cord models are H03VVH2-F, H03VV-F, H05VV-F, H05VVH2-F, IEC52 (RVV), IEC53 (RVV), H05RN-F, H05RR-F, H07RN-F, SVT, SJT, SPT, and other nations across the world certified power cord.
QIAOPU brand power cable products have received ROHS, PAHS, REACH, and other environmental certifications, and Ningbo Qiaopu Electric Co., Ltd. has gained ISO9001:2008 and GB/T19001:2008 quality system certification. QIAOPU product certifications include European VDE, US UL, UK UK, Australian SAA, South Africa SABS, Brazil UC/INMETREO, Japan PSE, Korea KC, and others.

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American UL Power Cord Industry knowledge
An American UL power cord refers to a power cord designed to meet safety standards set by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) in the United States. 
Is there a risk of electric shock if the American UL power cord becomes worn?
If the American UL power cord is worn out, there is indeed a risk of electric shock. After the power cord is worn out, the internal metal wires may be exposed, increasing the possibility of contact with humans or other conductive objects, which may cause electric shock accidents.
In addition, wear and tear may also lead to a decrease in the electrical performance of power lines, such as increased resistance and reduced current carrying capacity, which can also affect the normal operation of equipment and may further increase the risk of electric shock or other electrical faults.
Therefore, once wear and tear is found on the American UL power cord, it should be immediately stopped from use and replaced with a new power cord in a timely manner. Meanwhile, to ensure electrical safety, it is recommended to regularly check the condition of the power cord to ensure that it is intact and undamaged. When using power cords, attention should also be paid to avoiding excessive bending, pulling, or exposure to harsh environments to extend their service life and ensure safe use.
In summary, there is a risk of electric shock when American UL power cords are worn out, and sufficient attention must be paid and corresponding measures taken to prevent electric shock accidents.

Can I pull the American UL power cord directly when unplugging the power cord?
It is not recommended to unplug the American UL power cord directly. Doing so may damage the power cord and device ports, and may even pose a risk of electric shock.
The correct approach is to first turn off the power of the device, and then gently unplug the power cord. This can ensure that the power supply is completely disconnected, avoid sudden interruptions in current that may cause impact on the equipment, and also help extend the service life of the power cord and equipment.

Can the American UL power cord be connected to multiple devices or appliances?
It is not recommended to directly connect multiple devices or appliances with American UL power cords. Although theoretically the power cord may be able to withstand a certain current load, there are potential safety risks associated with doing so.
Firstly, each device or appliance has its specific current and voltage requirements. When multiple devices simultaneously receive power from the same power line, it may cause current overload, leading to dangerous situations such as power line heating, short circuit, and even fire.
Secondly, if the rated current and voltage of the power cord used are not sufficient to meet the total demand of all connected devices, it may also lead to a decrease in device performance or damage.
In addition, UL standard power cords are typically designed and tested for a single device or specific application scenarios. Therefore, directly connecting multiple devices may exceed the safe usage range of the power cord, thereby losing the effectiveness of UL certification.