Mobile Energy Technology Co., Ltd. #13, Kong 9th Road, 2nd Industrial Park, Linkou District, New Taipei City, Taiwan,R.O.C 244 Tel: ( 886 2 ) 2601-0385, MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SECTION 1 MANUFACTURER’S INFORMATION
Mobile Energy Technology Co.,Ltd. #13, Kong 9th Road, 2nd Industrial Park, Linkou District, New
SECTION 2 MATERIALS AND INGREDIENTS INFORMATION
Not specifiedPositive electrode: Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt
Electrolyte: Organic electrolyte mainly composed of 10-20wt%
Mobile Energy Technology Co., Ltd. #13, Kong 9th Road, 2nd Industrial Park, Linkou District, New Taipei City, Taiwan,R.O.C 244 Tel: ( 886 2 ) 2601-0385, SECTION 3 HAZARDS AND TOXICITY CLASS
Not applicable for regulated classIt may cause heat generation or electrolyte leakage if battery
terminals contact with other metals. Electrolyte is flammable. In caseof electrolyte leakage, move the battery from fire immediately.
Vapor generated from burning batteries, may make eyes, skin and
SECTION 4 FIRST-AID MEASURES
The product contains organic electrolyte. In case of electrolyte leakage from the battery,
actions described below are required.
Flush the eyes with plenty of clean water for at least 15 minutes
immediately, without rubbing. Take a medical treatment. If
appropriate procedures are not taken, this may cause an eye
irritation. Wash the contact areas off immediately with plenty of water and soap.
If appropriate procedures are not taken, this may cause sores on the
Remove to fresh air immediately. Take a medical treatment. ECTION 5 FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURE Mobile Energy Technology Co., Ltd. #13, Kong 9th Road, 2nd Industrial Park, Linkou District, New Taipei City, Taiwan,R.O.C 244 Tel: ( 886 2 ) 2601-0385,
Since vapor, generated from burning batteries maymake eyes, nose and throat irritate, be sure to
extinguish the fire on the windward side. Wear therespiratory protection equipment in some cases.
Plenty of water and alcohol-resistant foam are effective. SECTION 6 ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Internal cell materials, such as electrolyte leaked from battery cell, are carefully dealt with according to thefollowings. Personal precautions :
Remove leaked materials with protective equipment (protective glasses and protective gloves). Do notinhale the gas as much as possible. Moreover, avoid touching with as much as possible.
Environmental precautions: Do not throw out into the environment. Method of cleaning up: The leaked solid is moved to a container. The leaked place is wiped off with dry
Prevention of secondary hazards: Avoid re-scattering. Do not bring the collected materials close to fire. SECTION 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE
When packing the batteries, do not allow battery terminals to contact each other, or contact
with other metals. Be sure to pack batteries by providing partitions in the packaging box, or in aseparate plastic bag so that the single batteries are not mixed together.
Do not let water penetrate into packaging boxes during their storage and transportation. The batteries will be stored at room temperature, charged to about 30－50% of capacity.
Do not store the batteries in places of the high temperature exceeding 35 deg. C or under direct
sunlight or in front of a stove. Please also avoid the places of high humidity. Be sure not to expose
the batteries to condensation, water drop or not to store it under frozen condition. Batteries are sure to be packed in such a way as to prevent short circuits under conditions normally
Please avoid storing the battery in the places where it is exposed to the static electricity so that no
damage will not be caused to the protection circuit of the battery pack. SECTION 8 Exposure Control
Not specified in ACGIH. Provide appropriate ventilation system such as local
Gas mask for organic gases, safety goggle, safety glove. SECTION 9 Stability and Reactivity Mobile Energy Technology Co., Ltd. #13, Kong 9th Road, 2nd Industrial Park, Linkou District, New Taipei City, Taiwan,R.O.C 244 Tel: ( 886 2 ) 2601-0385,
Since batteries utilize a chemical reaction they are actually considered a chemical product. As such, battery performance will deteriorate over time even if stored for a long period of time withoutbeing used. In addition, the various usage conditions such as charge, discharge, ambient temperature,etc. are not maintained within the specified ranges the life expectancy of the battery may be shortenedor the device in which the battery is used may be damaged by electrolyte leakage. SECTION 10 Toxicological Information SECTION 11 Ecological Information
In case of the worn-out battery was disposed in land, the cell case may be corroded, and leak
electrolyte. But, we have no ecological information.
Mercury(Hg) and Cadmium(Cd) are neither contained nor used in cell
SECTION 12 Disposal Considerations
When the battery is worn out, dispose of it under the ordinance of each local government or the
Disposal of the worn-out battery may be subjected to Collection and Recycling Regulation. SECTION 13 Transport information
Lithium ion batteries containing no more than 1.5g/cell and 8g/battery pack and also power is no more than20Wh/cell and 100Wh/battery pack of lithium can be treated as “Non-dangerous goods” under the UnitedNations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, Special Provision 188, provided thatpackaging is strong and prevent the products from short-circuit.
The Lithium Ion batteries are considered to be “Rechargeable batteries” and meet the requirements oftransportation by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), International Civil Aviation Administration(ICAO), International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations (50th Edition, SpecialProvision A88, A99, A154 and A164 & package instruction 965,966 or 967 for lithium ion batteries) and belongto non-dangerous goods. SECTION 14 REGULATORY INFORMATION Mobile Energy Technology Co., Ltd. #13, Kong 9th Road, 2nd Industrial Park, Linkou District, New Taipei City, Taiwan,R.O.C 244 Tel: ( 886 2 ) 2601-0385,
Regulations specifically applicable to the product :
The transport of the lithium batteries is regulated by the United Nations, “Model Regulations onTransport of Dangerous Goods”.
Lithium batteries are subject to shipping requirements exceptions under 49 CFR 173.185(paragraph c).
Shipping of Lithium batteries in aircrafts are regulated by the International Civil Aviation Organization(ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) requirements in Special Provision “A48”.
Shipping of lithium batteries on sea are regulated the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG)requirements of UN 3480.
The internal component (thinly chloride) is hazardous under the criteria of the Federal OHSA HazardCommunication Standard 29 CFR 190.1200. SECTION 15 SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
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