KREISEL Electric KBP63 Battery System Achieves DNV Certification
KBP63 battery system has received the DNV certification affirming strict standards such as safety, performance, and environmental sustainability.
KREISEL Electric proudly announces that its KBP63 battery system has received the prestigious DNV certification. This notable achievement underscores KREISEL Electric’s commitment to delivering safe, high-quality and reliable battery solutions for various marine applications.
DNV, a global quality assurance and risk management company, rigorously evaluates and certifies products based on stringent standards. Their certification process assesses multiple aspects, including safety, performance, and environmental sustainability. The KREISEL KBP63 battery system successfully met all the necessary criteria, confirming its excellence in these key areas.
The KBP63 battery system represents a significant advancement in energy storage technology. It offers superior safety and features a compact design without compromising performance. The system integrates the patented KREISEL immersion cooling technology that ensures efficient energy utilization and enhances overall system lifetime.
The DNV certification serves as a testament to the KBP63 battery system’s exceptional safety features. KREISEL Electric has implemented comprehensive measures to guarantee the highest level of safety for their products, mitigating risks associated with battery operation. The certification affirms that the KBP63 system adheres to the marine industry’s best practices and meets or exceeds all safety requirements.
This achievement is not only a proof to the KBP63 battery system’s quality but also highlights companies’ dedication to sustainability. “We are proud to state that we have steadfastly upheld our commitment to environmental responsibility. The certification of the KBP63 system serves as a testament to our unwavering dedication in meeting and surpassing rigorous environmental standards.” – Jennifer Preston, CEO of KREISEL Electric.
The successful completion of the DNV approval process adds the final touch to the already remarkable array of features offered by the KBP63. Notable highlights include meeting the IP67 standards outlined in ISO20653:2013, passing salt mist testing in accordance with IEC 60068-2-52 Method 1, and undergoing shock testing as per IEC 62660-2.
With the DNV certification in hand, KREISEL Electric will further expand into the marine industry market and forge new partnerships with companies seeking state-of-the-art battery systems. As the demand for reliable energy storage solutions continues to grow, the KBP63 battery system, backed by the DNV certification, is poised to make a significant impact on the industry, driving the adoption of efficient and sustainable marine technologies.