ARTS Energy’s facility has been ISO 9001-certified (international quality management standard) since 1998.
ARTS Energy develops constant staff involvement at every level based on ISO 9001 certification principles (training, responsibility, communication).
Our employees use all the tools that enable ARTS Energy to advance (lean manufacturing, PDCA, etc.). This quality approach focuses on continuous improvement and applies to all stakeholders embracing our battery production chain from development to production via all supporting functions.
ARTS Energy involves directly its suppliers through quality management contracts and regular supplier facility audits to check their implementation of standards and procedures.
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We implement specific inspection plans for our customers (medical, military, aviation, etc.).
Our rechargeable batteries and energy storage systems are controlled at each manufacturing stage. Total traceability is implemented for components, production line inspections and all products emanating from our production facility to guarantee transparency at every level.
The ARTS Energy production site is also PART 21 G-certified, enabling it to identify specific requirements associated with this regulation and to manufacture industrial equipment for the civil aviation sector.
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ARTS Energy places its quality management strategy and its professional service at the heart of its customer relations!
The “CE” mark indicates the conformity of a product with an EC Directive applicable to that product.
It is a declaration that the product conforms to all EC regulations and provisions, and the appropriate conformity assessment procedures have been completed.
Electromagnetic Compatibility tests specific case (EMC test)
1. Secondary cells and batteries
Secondary cells and batteries do not create, and are not sensitive to normal electromagnetic disturbances and therefore no immunity tests are required.
Free-standing secondary cells and batteries, electrically isolated from any associated electrical or electronic systems are, for all practical purposes, electromagnetically inert and therefore the requirement for electromagnetic compatibility is deemed satisfied.
2. Systems with secondary cells and batteries
It should be noted that secondary cells and batteries are normally part of an electrical or electronic system and the manner in which they are used could invoke the requirements of electromagnetic compatibility upon that system.
The same rule applies to batteries with integrated electronic management system.
In such cases, the whole system should be tested for electromagnetic compatibility.
3. CE Marking for Self-contained secondary cells and batteries free from electrical or electronic components
Self-contained secondary cells and batteries free from electrical or electronic components (other than intercell connectors) are excluded from the EMC Directive EMC 89/336.
Therefore the use of the CE mark is not appropriate.
To have further information about battery marking, see the ARTS Energy webinar below :
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