There is always a particular risk when using any rechargeable product like batteries. That’s why we must heed Battery Warning labels.
Sweet Southern Trading LLC and any of Sweet Southern Trade LLC subsidiary companies are not responsible for any damage due to modification of batteries, chargers, devices, or similar products we carry or bundle.
Battery Warning Reading and Links
Sweet Southern Trade and Sweet Southern Trading subsidiary companies are not responsible or liable for any injury or damage caused by the improper use of Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer), and any other type of rechargeable batteries or chargers.
Please read and understand all inserts and Battery Warning data before use. You must ensure you are using them correctly and caring for them properly.
Li-ion (Lithium-ion), LiPo (Lithium-ion Polymer), and any other rechargeable cells are sensitive to charging and may explode or burn if mishandled. Always charge your batteries on a clean and fire-proof surface. Never leave your charging batteries unattended for any reason at any time.
If you see any visible signs of damage on your battery or charger, please do not use them.
Always store and transport your rechargeable batteries in a non-conductive container under controlled conditions, just as the Battery Warning label says.
Always charge and discharge your battery in one of the charging modes described in the user manual. Improper or fast discharges or charges can shorten the lifetime of a battery.
We do not warrant batteries; our warranty does not cover them, so they cannot be exchanged. However, we will replace any battery that is DOA. If your battery arrives damaged, please call us the day it arrives for a replacement. Wait too long to call us, and we can’t replace your product.
Always read the manufacturer insert for Battery Warning information
EHS information on battery safety and Battery Warning data:
Battery Warning Troubleshooting
If a lithium-ion battery experiences a hard crash or is otherwise subjected to extreme forces, it is safest to pull the battery from the device and remove it from service. It might be internally damaged and might ignite or explode if used.
If a lithium-ion battery has bulged, remove it from service. This is a top Battery Warning.
If a lithium-ion battery is abnormally hot to the touch, remove any electrical connections if possible and put it on a nonconductive container or surface (e.g. metal desk, concrete) away from combustible items and stay clear until the battery cools down.
If a lithium-ion battery is on fire, use water or ABC extinguisher. When there are no more visible flames, use water to cool down the battery to avoid reignition. This is a top Battery Warning.
To dispose of a lithium-ion battery, contact your local government.
Further reading on battery safety
Christopher J. Orendorff1 and Daniel H. Doughty2
© Copyright 2012 by The Electrochemical Society.
The Electrochemical Society Interface, Volume 21, Number 2 Citation Christopher J. Orendorff and Daniel H. Doughty 2012 Electrochem. Soc. Interface 21 35 DOI 10.1149/2.F02122if.
This editorial introduces topical articles dealing with lithium battery safety challenges. This issue of Interface addresses some of the most challenging issues related to inherent lithium-ion cell safety and the progress that has been made in recent years. Dan Doughty and E. Peter Roth provide an introduction to battery safety, followed by articles authored by our colleagues covering electrolyte safety performance (E. Peter Roth and Christopher J. Orendorff), battery safety qualification (Judith Jeevarajan and Clint Winchester), modeling of abuse tolerance in lithium-ion batteries (Bob Spotnitz and Rick Muller), and finally, the role of separators in battery safety (Christopher J. Orendorff)
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