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CellCube Energy Storage Systems – Now NRTL certified for North American Markets!

NRTL (Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory) certification of TÜV Süd (OSHA registered) for the vanadium Vanadium is a chemical element with the symbol V and atomic number 23. This steel-grey, bluish shimmering transition metal is mined as ore and used mainly in steel construction. Vanadium can be recovered as a by-product of energy production from coal-fired power plants and by burning heating oil. It is non-flammable, providing high level of safety and, thanks to its full-reusability, has a high residual value. redox Red stands for reduction = gain of electrons, while Ox stands for oxidation = loss of electrons flow technology based CellCube system.

Security and reliability of energy storage systems are two of the most important and widely discussed topics these days. With its NRTL (Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory) certification from TÜV Süd (OSHA registered), the vanadium-redox-flow technology based CellCube system does not only qualify for the installation of energy storage systems in North America – it also sets new standards for the serial production of flow batteries. With regards to the American and Canadian market, the security measures of electrical and mechanical parts is one of the ultimate quality characteristics of the CellCube brand.

Having been awarded with the much thought-after test symbol, GILDEMEISTER energy solutions is setting a clear signal for the high sustainable quality standards of their energy storage systems and their commitment to a worldwide usability.
For the certification, the CellCube FB Modular series with 10 kW Kilowatt (kW) is a unit of electrical power (energy consumption over time), 1 Kilowatt is equal to 1,000 watts. , 20 kW Kilowatt (kW) is a unit of electrical power (energy consumption over time), 1 Kilowatt is equal to 1,000 watts. and 30 kW Kilowatt (kW) is a unit of electrical power (energy consumption over time), 1 Kilowatt is equal to 1,000 watts. performance and 40 kWh A kilowatt hour (kWh) is the amount of energy equivalent to powering one kilowatt (1 kW) for one hour (1 kW x 1 hour). Accordingly, there are megawatt hours (1 MWh = 1000 kWh) gigawatt hours (1 GWh = 1000 MWh = 1 million kWh) and terawatt hours (1 TWh = 109 kWh = 1 billion kWh). 1 kilowatt hour of electricity is equivalent to 17 hours of light from a 60 watt bulb. to 130 kWh A kilowatt hour (kWh) is the amount of energy equivalent to powering one kilowatt (1 kW) for one hour (1 kW x 1 hour). Accordingly, there are megawatt hours (1 MWh = 1000 kWh) gigawatt hours (1 GWh = 1000 MWh = 1 million kWh) and terawatt hours (1 TWh = 109 kWh = 1 billion kWh). 1 kilowatt hour of electricity is equivalent to 17 hours of light from a 60 watt bulb. capacity was carefully examined by the TÜV Süd experts. The storage system was tested according to the latest UL 1743, UL 1973, UL 508 and NFPA70/79 standards and norms.
The certification enables the direct use of the CellCube energy storage series for commercial applications without any particular set-up authorisation procedures.
GILDEMEISTER energy solutions (Cellstrom GmbH) places high importance on consistently high safety and quality standards of their storage systems to excel their customers demand worldwide.


*CellCube is a trademark registered by GILDEMEISTER energy solutions.

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