Trontek gets AIS 156 certification for entire range of EV batteries

November 28, 2022
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New Delhi: Trontek, India’s largest EV battery manufacturer today announced it has received AIS-156  (Rev 3, Ph 1) certification for its entire range of Li-ion batteries. 

With this feat. it becomes one of the first companies in the country to have its complete range of li-ion batteries AIS-certified, in compliance with the EV battery standards set by MoRTH (Ministry of Road Transport and Highways). 

With the phase-1 certification, Trontek Li-ion batteries are now equipped with stringent safety requirements along with Smart BMS and Smart Charger .

Mr. Samrath Kochar, Founder & CEO shared, “It gives us immense pride as a make-in-India company to receive the latest AIS-156 certification for our entire range of e-2W and e-3W li-ion batteries. We were among the first companies to incorporate changes to our products so as to ramp up the safety quotient.

The revised AIS-156 battery norms required changes in battery—in terms of Design, BMS ,charger as well as process in terms of traceability of each battery with respect to items used inside. 

We are also prepared for Phase 2 and will send the batteries for testing accordingly.”

“Tech innovation by battery manufacturers is crucial to the success of Indian EV revolution. We are thankful to the government for their support in promoting ease of manufacturing and encouraging innovation in battery manufacturing segment. While it is important that battery manufacturers comply with AIS-156 standards for battery testing to manufacture safe and quality batteries, it is equally important that customers are aware of battery maintenance and follow the dos and don’ts essential for ensuring passenger safety and longevity of EV batteries”, says Mr. Kochar commenting on battery safety. 

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