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Phylion Battery EN 15194:2017 Certified by TÜV Süd

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SUZHOU, China – Battery manufacturer Phylion received the TÜV Süd technical report stating that the company is now officially EN ISO 13849-1:2015 (PL c, category 2) and EN15194:2017 clause 4.3.22. certified.

Phylion Battery EN 15194:2017 Certified by TÜV Süd
From 2006 on, Phylion has distributed more than 3 million e-bike batteries making it one of the leading manufacturers in the industry. – Photo Bike Europe

According to Phylion they are the first battery manufacturer to be certified based on combination of software and hardware solutions for the full range of EPAC batteries.

The revised e-bike safety standard was implemented last year November as EN 15194:2017. The announcement puts forward higher requirements for reliability and safety of electric bicycle and electric system.

Long time player on e-bike market

Phylion was one of the first lithium-ion battery suppliers on the e-bike market in Europe. After some years of experience, the company opened a European office already in 2009. At that time, the Netherlands was their main market in Europe with a strong focus on e-bikes.

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As inclined in the name, the company only produces high power lithium ion batteries. The name Phylion derives from the ‘Physics research institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for Li-Ion’ based in Suzhou, near Shanghai.

Technological innovation

From 2006, Phylion has distributed more than 3 million e-bike batteries to overseas markets, making it one of the leading manufacturers in the industry. “We have been engaged continuously in technological innovation,” says Phylion in a statement on the EN 15194:2017 certification. “This technical report represents a big step forward in our battery product development.”

“Phylion will be dedicated to support our partners and customers in the development and manufacturing of e-bike and other e-systems to achieve higher quality, safety and reliability of products.

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