Battery Enclosure Material Screening (BEMS) Offerings
At UL Solutions, we developed a set of test methods, known as Battery Enclosure Material Screening (BEMS), to evaluate the performance of different battery enclosure materials in response to a thermal runaway event, outlined under UL 2596, Test Method for Thermal and Mechanical Performance of Battery Enclosure Materials.
Our Torch and Grit (TaG) test method screens for the dynamic stresses found in a thermal runaway event, focusing on the evaluation of temperature and mechanical abrasion.
We help you:
- Test material plaques versus the entire battery assembly, helping to reduce cost and development time.
- Screen formulas and constructions during research and development, helping material producers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to evaluate the performance of different battery enclosure materials.
- Compare performance between materials.
Our solutions are designed to help material manufacturers, suppliers and automotive OEMs select electric vehicle (EV) battery enclosure materials with greater confidence.
Material performance testing for EV battery enclosures
At UL Solutions, our services support you at different stages along the entire product development and automotive supply chain, from planning to material selection and the final production part approval process (PPAP), optimizing your time to market. Our strong history in certification and collaboration with industry leaders on standards development makes us a trusted expert in the compliance arena. Stakeholders rely on us for our knowledge and technical expertise to help increase confidence in their emerging technologies and products.