UN Transportation Testing (UN 38.3) for Lithium Batteries
CVC provides testing to UN/DOT 38.3 requirements, to ensure the safety of lithium batteries during shipping.
In order to ensure air transportation safety, IATA require UN38.3 test report before transport the goods. UN38.3 came from "The United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods Manual of Tests and Criteria", including thermal test, altitude simulation, vibration, shock, external short circuit, impact, over charge and forced discharge tests.
CVC's UN/DOT 38.3 Testing service include Tests 1-8 of this specification: : T1 Altitude Simulation (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries) T2 Thermal Test (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries) T3 Vibration (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries) T4 Shock (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries) T5 External Short Circuit (Primary and Secondary Cells and Batteries) T6 Impact (Primary and Secondary Cells) T7 Overcharge (Secondary Batteries) T8 Forced Discharge (Primary and Secondary Cells)
WHY CHOOSE CVC for UN/DOT 38.3 --CVC is the earliest UN38.3 testing and evaluation organization designated by CAAC (Civil Aviation Administration of China) and the TDAP laboratory of a number of domestic airline companies, such as China International Cargo Airlines Co. LTD, China Eastern, China Southern Airlines, Pudong International Airport, Baiyun International Airport, etc. --CVC is also one of the first lithium batteries testing and certification organizations in China accredited by PSE, --CVC is the designated inspection organization for dangerous goods transport security of the 16th Guangzhou Asian Games. --CVC is the biggest CBTL in China, --More than 50 YEARS for quality assurance and market access, --Requisite Accreditations- CNAS, DAKKS, CPSC, FCC, SASO, PSE, EMSD, etc. --Nation-wide Network-Branches in southern China (Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Foshan, Zhongshan), central China (Wuhan), eastern China (Jiaxing), northern China (Beijing), western China (Lanzhou).