Revision 2 of UNECE Regulation No. 100 requires a certain number of tests to be carried out by manufacturers of rechargeable battery systems found in electric motor vehicles. These tests are intended to ensure the safe operation of rechargeable batteries under the intended conditions of use, and to provide a greater level of safety for drivers and passengers of vehicles.
These tests include battery fire tests.
Verification of the fire behavior of Lithium batteries in case of fire from outside the vehicle.
Driver and passengers must have enough time to evacuate the vehicle.
We have a dedicated service that is built around aeronautical fire tests. Our level of requirements and the expectations of this sector allow us to offer you our assets in the implementation of your battery tests :
Located in the heart of the North Franche Comté automotive cluster, R&D Moteurs was inaugurated on October 28, 2011 in Brognard.