According to underwriter laboratories settings, a standard part of the manufacturing is testing, and using the test results for selection of the material in the first place would also be helpful. One of the first tests suggested in the UL is the fire endurance test. The fire endurance test is one in which the material to be used in the safe manufacturing would firstly be distributed to test it. UL testing of material will require monitoring of the material as it is heated. Usually, there are moisture sensors too in order to track the humidity of these products. The basics of the fire endurance text is that it will show the form of material that will withstand high temperatures. Now most of the product’s according to UL standards would meet these classifications. The product used is conditioned before the testing process, and then furnace heat would be increased as well. Once the temperature rise is noted, then the furnace will be turned off and this is where the product accumulates heat. It would rise rapidly and the material being tested is analyzed at this point to check how it would be resistant to wear and tear. Breach of material consistency and more is usually analyzed. Sometimes, in material selection, in addition to the fire test, a fire and impact test might also be conducted. The fire and impact test is such that the product is put through fire endurance testing and is then also tested for impact resistance such as dropping it off from around 30 feet or more from the ground level. Tests for deformation, rupture and more are conducted. Reheating and some more impact resistance testing could be done here.