All of our products are provided to the highest standards. We hold SDS and MDS data sheets for all batteries and cells plus UN38.3 and batch test reports for all batteries we sell.
All batteries we supply are stamped inline with the EU Battery Directive, using electric printing technology that permanently binds to the battery surface.
Lithium-Ion cells are perfectly legal to import and sell, however, they do require specification data on them to fully comply. This information needs to be indelible and thus can’t be simply a sticker, but must be permanently printed and visible on the outside of the battery. The following information must be legible;
Batteries do not require CE marking and do not have to have a certificate of conformity - mainly due to the fact that there is no circuitry in a battery. A CE marking is an administrative marking that indicates conformity with health and safety, and environmental protection standards for products sold within the EEA (European Economic Area). Batteries can still pass a CE test, but they do not require one by law.