MATERLAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
VISION R﹠D center Issue date:2011-3-16 Ref:2009-01 LI-ION (LiFePO4) BATTERY (UN3480)
Vision Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery Shenzhen Center Power Tech. Co. Ltd. Center Power Industrial Park, Tongfu Industrial District Dapeng Town 518120 Shenzhen, China Electrodes:
+86-755-8431 8088 +86-755-8431 8038 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS.
PRINCIPAL HAZARDOUS Melting Point°C (chemical and common name(s) Lithium iron phosphate Organic solvents butadiene-styrene resin COMMON NAME: (Used on label) Vision Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery 3. HAZARD DATA
The Li-ion batteries described in this Material Safety Data Sheet are sealed which are not hazardous when used according to the recommendations of the manufacturer. Under normal conditions of use, electrode materials and liquid electrolyte they contain are non-reactive provided the battery integrity is maintained and seals remain intact, Risk of exposure only in case of abuse, e.g. mechanical, thermal, electrical, which leads to the activation of safety valves and/or the rupture of the battery containers. Electrolyte leakage, electrode materials reaction with moisture/water of battery vent/explosion/fire may follow depending upon circumstances. Classification of dangerous Substances Contained into the Product as per Directive
*slight variations depending from all type* 1. Name of Special Risks:
R14/15 Reacts with water and yields flammable gases R21 Harmful in contact with skin R22 Harmful us swallowed R35 Causes severe burns R41 Risk of serious damage to the eye R42/43 May cause sensitization by inhalation and skin contact R43 May cause sensitization by skin contact 2. Safety Advices:
S2 Keep out of reach from children S8 Keep away from moisture S22 Do not breathe dust S24 Avoid contact with skin S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention S36 Wear suitable protective clothing S37 Wear suitable gloves S45 In case of incident, seek medical attention 4．FIST AID MEASURES
In case of battery rupture or explosion, evacuate personnel from contaminated area and provide maximum ventilation
to clear out corrosive fumes/gases and pungent odors. In all case, seek immediate medical attention, Eye contact: Flush with plenty of water(eyelids-held open)for at least 15 minutes Skin contact: Remove all contaminated clothing and flush affected areas with plenty of water and sop for at least 15minutes. Ingestion: Dilute by giving plenty of water and get immediate medical attention. Assure that the victim does not aspirate vomited material by use of positional Assure that mucus does not obstruct the airway. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person Inhalation: Remove to fresh air and ventilate the contaminated area. Give oxygen or artificial respiration if needed. 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
Fire and explosion hazard: The batteries can leak and/or spout vaporized or decomposed and combustible electrolyte fumes in case of exposure above 90°C resulting from inappropriate use or from the environment. Possible formation of hydrogen fluoride (HF) and phosphorous oxides during fire.LiPF6 salt contained in the electrolyte releases hydrogen fluoride (HF) in contact with water. Extinguishing media: Dry chemical or Foam extinguishers Not to be used : Type D extinguishers Special exposure hazards: Following cell overheating due to external source or due to unproper use, electrolyte leakage or battery container rupture may occur and release inner component/material in the environment. Eye contact: The electrolyte solution contained in the battery is irritant to ocular Skin contact: The electrolyte solution contained in the battery causes skin Ingestion: The ingestion of electrolyte solution causes tissue damage to throat and gastro/respiratory tract. Inhalation: Contents of a leaking or ruptured battery can cause respiratory tract, mucus, membrane irritation and edema. Special protective equipment: Use self-contained breathing apparatus to avoid breathing irritant fumes. Wear protective clothing and equipment to prevent body contact with electrolyte 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
The material contained within the batteries would only be expelled under abusive conditions. Using shovel or broom, cover
battery or spilled substances with dry sand or vermiculite, place in approved container (after cooling if necessary) and dispose in accordance with local regulations. 7. HAHDLING AND STORAGE
The batteries should not be opened destroyed or incinerated since they may leak or rupture and release in the environment the ingredients they contain. Do not crush, pierce, short (+) and (-) battery terminals with conductive (i.e. metal) goods. Do not directly heat or solder. Do not throw into fire. Do not mix batteries of different types and brands. Do not mix new and used batteries. Keep batteries in non-conductive (i.e. plastic) trays. Store in a cool (preferably below 30°C) and ventilated area away from moisture, sources of heat, open flames, food and drink. Keep adequate clearance between walls and batteries. Temperature above 90°C may result in battery leakage and rupture. Since short circuit can cause burn, leakage and rupture hazard, keep batteries in original packaging until use and do not jumble them. Manufacturer recommendations regarding maximum recommended currents and operating temperature Applying pressure on deforming the battery may lead to disassembly followed by eye, skin and throat 8. EXPOSRE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
Respiratory protection: Not necessary under normal use. In case of battery rupture, use self-contained full-face respiratory equipment. Equipment with type ABEK filter. Hand protection: Not necessary under normal use. Use rubber gloves if handling a leaking or ruptured battery. Not necessary under normal use. Wear safety goggles or glasses with side shields if handling a leaking or ruptured Skin protection: Not necessary under normal use. Use rubber apron and protective working in case of handling of a ruptured 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Cells are not single chemical material:there are no specific physical and chemical properties such as melting
point and boiling point. Main purpose of lithium ion cells:used in notebook computers. 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Heat above 90°C or incinerate. Deform, mutilate, crush, pierce, and disassemble. Conditions to avoid Short circuit. Prolonged exposure to humid conditions. Materials to avoid Corrosive/Irritant Hydrogen fluoride (HF) is produced in case of reaction of lithium (LiPF6) with water. Combustible vapors and formation of Hydrogen fluoride (HF) and phosphorous oxides during fire. 11. TOXILOGICAL INFORMATION
The Li-ion batteries do not contain toxic materials
12 ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
When properly used or disposed, the Li-ion batteries do not resent environmental hazard
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION
Dispose in accordance with applicable regulations which vary from country to country. (In more countries, the thrashing of used batteries is forbidden and the end-users are invited to dispose them properly, eventually through not-for-profit organizations, mandated by local governments or organized on a voluntary basis by professionals). Lithium-Ion batteries should have their terminals insulated and be preferably wrapped in plastic bags prior to 13.1 Incineration: Incineration should never be performed by battery users but eventually by trained professionals in authorized facilities with proper gas and fumes treatment. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
The consignment complies with the current edition-51th, 2010 of the IATA DGR.
Description: Lithium ion battery（ UN3480）
1) This consignment is complying with THE Section II of PI965 of IATA DGR 51TH Ed. 2) UN manual of Tests and criteria, part III, sub-section 38.3(withstanding a 1.2m drop test) The consignment can be shipped as "Not Restricted" in accordance with the current edition of
A) This consignment packed in a clean, good and strong outer packaging. B）This consignment does not contain any recalled and/or defective batteries. C）This consignment have been packed in comply with the Section II of PI965 D）Handle with care,Flammabllity hazard exists if the package is damaged. E）In any event of the package is fond damaged, please follow the special procedures If package is damaged, batteries must be protected so as to prevent short circuit. Batteries are completely enclosed by inner packaging (so) as to prevent from short circuit F）For any additional information, please contact +86(755)84318088(CHINA) Altitude simulation Test 1 to 5 must be conducted in sequence on the same cell or External short circuit Only battery do need this test item Forced Discharge The product is not classified as dangerous under the current edition of the 51th,2010 of the IATA DGR.
dangerous goods regulations and according the Section II of PI965 all applicable Carriers. The product is safe for air transportation and not regulated by IATA DGR. products had been passed UN38.3 Test & declare that the lithium battery are not restricted & complied to Secti on II of PI965 - PI970. 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
These is no regulation on Lithium batteries management. 16. OTHER INFORMATION/DISCLAIMER
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