BU-703: Health Concerns with Batteries (2023)

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On August 7, 2019, Julie wrote:

When I went to replace my lithium battery in my cell phone I kept smelling this weird smell chemically and realize that the outer coating has probably some Pin and compromised and have been using this phone with it like that for quite a long while is this harmful with it being in the phone or more harmful when touching it and touching it to replace the new battery ?

On June 15, 2019, Gideon wrote:

My car battery explode when I was driving,I inhaled the hot asid what thent inside my car, now I got problem,breafing,hoking my leg heard

On June 12, 2019, Sujin Sreedharan wrote:

Hello everyone.... I am Sujin Sreedharan from India..... Recently an Icident happened which I need to share and this might be the best platform.... I recieved a complaint that the battery in our DG has over voltage.... when I checked it 32V for a 24 V . Also I observed the terminal of the artery was loose.... I thought of tightening it by means normally spark happens....later on the battery exploded...battery water burst to my face with the explosion....I was immediately rushed to te hospital....I thought my half of the face got burnt....but luckily I had only injury around right eye which we had to put stitchws and my retina had also some injury..... I was consulted by an eye specialist who prescribed me some medicines which I had strictly follow....now I am fine and still under medication... So please be careful while handling overcharged batteries...use safety precautions like mask and glasses...

On February 7, 2019, joe smith wrote:

Africa is a continent, not a country! (see paragraph 4)

On January 6, 2019, eugene robinson wrote:

I resently installed 2,000+ double AA batteries in smoke detector's. I did not wear gloves. since then i have been having problems with all my fingers and both thumbs. sensitive to hot water, losing feeling. should i contact my doctor?

On October 31, 2018, Paul N. Anderson, M.D. wrote:

Do baterries in hearing aids cause Alzheimers or Parkinsonism?

On September 19, 2018, Adina wrote:

Hello, I recently dined at a large chain resteraunt and was eating a fried appetizer with my family. At the bottom we found a fried AAA Duracell battery. We went straight to hospital and are all now safe at home and healthy for now. What could this do to someone long term in your opinion? Does anyone have an idea of what chemicals are released from the battery and into food with it in the fryer? I have googled to look for answers, but this seems to not have happened to many people. I'm worried about cancer years down the road.

On September 13, 2018, Junias Emmanuel wrote:

I was trying to remove my phone's internal battery and it started burning but not all over, though the burnt part is open, how do I repair it?

On September 1, 2018, roland wrote:

I have three 1180ah 48v fork truck batteries for my home solar. I use to have agm anyway they are in my pole building 40x50 heavily insulated and heated I have them in a 10x10 room with two 3in vents to the outside and two 120cfm fans forcing air into room with door closed pushing air out of vents. am I better off to leave the door to the room open and not force vent there is a couple feet above doorway in battery room like a box and the two vents on ceiling .thanks

On July 12, 2018, TooManySecrets wrote:

Hi, one major issue is that more complex electronics such as phones, hard disk drives and other items can be damaged because the surface mount components such as crystals and resistors are corroded over time. Despite manufacturer claims this is not something usually considered in a MTTF/MTBF so failure can occur with little or no warning on multiple devices which can be a serious problem in a data centre with multiple lead acid equipped UPS's. Bacteria from handling can grow on the drive and emit H2S which then corrodes the parts, so this is another potential cause of failure.

On May 22, 2018, Rob wrote:

Using anything battery if high usage is indurous to health We must remember it will affect our metabolism after much use Telephones and high and powerful impact tools emit high level currents that may affect our bodies Sales people will not tell you as most di not know of the danger emitted from batteries close to our person

On March 15, 2018, a CONCERNED person wrote:

do AAA batteries cause cancer

On February 18, 2018, Susan W wrote:

My husband;s cel fell and was run over by at least one car. All of the glass, front and back are broken but can still see and use screen.. Back is shattered. Is there a risk to battery leakage? Should phone be replaced even though calls can be made?

On January 16, 2018, Zvi wrote:

If EV lithium battery catch fire after accident How do we extinguish fire?

On January 16, 2018, Zvi wrote:

How do we extinguish EV lithium battery set on fire due to explosion In an accident

On January 11, 2018, Wilf wrote:

Christy. A cold water wash for a long period (20 mins +) is.what should be done immediately after exposure as an interim measure then see a medic. Go see a doctor, the faster the better. Ps Any one with more medical knowledge than me, reading this please post if I am wrong about the water i.e. battery chemical compositions that should not be washed away with water.

On January 6, 2018, Christy wrote:

I recently discovered that my cell phone battery was leaking not sure how long i have been exposed to it. My face hands and upper legs were burned. I washed as recommended a couple of days have gone by with no problems then today I worked and sweated a little and my skin started burning and became blotchy and dry again help please what should I do..are u supposed to wash with hot or cold water and for how long? Thank you

On January 6, 2018, Christy wrote:

I discovered my cell phone battery was leaking and not sure how long it had been leaking. I was exposed to it my arms face and upper legs were red and splotchy like i had been burned. I washed thoroughly and went a whole day without any problems now my skin is the same as as it was after first contact with it..should I wash with hot or cold water please help my skin is so dried out!

On October 24, 2017, Wilf wrote:

Dora, As long as the batteries are in good condition i.e. not overheating or leaking they are not a problem. I would be more concerned about the r f and its radiation that your device uses/creates to communicate. As with mobile phones the advice is to keep it away from your body in loose fitting clothing and don't keep it in the same place all the time. Having said that, here am I using the same wi fi system to send this. Don't worry, worrying will do you more harm.

On October 23, 2017, dora kolker wrote:

are the lithium batteries in medic alert devices safe when wearing 24/7

On October 22, 2017, Justin wrote:

Hello i am a delivery driver for an auto business and i too have been feeling these symptoms of fatigue appetite loss headaches vision loss and other internal organ pain. There needs to be more enforcement on regulations and teachings of how to keep these safe and out of the wrong hands. A lot of the products we use are manufactured with products from sources all around the world like china america and who knows where else. I just really think its time we step up safety at home as well as the work place. I am seeing effects because of my cellphone i carry in my pocket damn near all the time. I feel a cellphone vibration in my pocket sometimes when my phone isnt even on me. We need more regulations on these batteries and electronics. I hope this can be helpful in any way possible to others. Ciao for now

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On October 10, 2017, Wilf wrote:

ZVI. If you read the article above, it states that lithium is benign and low toxicity (paragraph titled Cadmium) however overcharging is not good as it generates heat/fire risk and batteries may expand and pop/explode. I don't know what the chemical vapour by products are though.

On September 27, 2017, ZVI wrote:

Over-charging a lead acid battery can produce hydrogen sulfide. What is the situation with lithium batteris over-charging?

On September 14, 2017, Wilf wrote:

Mat. your batterys are so worn out that they won't reach full charge,your zig/charger unit is trying to charge them all the time causing gassing of hydrogen sulphide which in a small boat space will kill you and or blow up the boat.If the batteries are not at fault then the charger unit is,same result. Please turn off the charger and get the system checked BEFORE turning it on again.

On September 9, 2017, Mary wrote:

I go charge my power wheelchair in a large room - 15 x15--are fumes hazardous to my health?

On July 28, 2017, Matt wrote:

I live on a boat and noticed an odor of rotten eggs this morning where the batteries are. They are lead acid. They ate in a less ventilated space. If I turn off the charger for a while and vent the system will I be ok and how often should I do it? They don't seem to be overcharging.

On June 17, 2017, Laura wrote:

Are this batteries AA and AAA a good recycling circle? I don't see anywhere a disposable containers for it. Thank you.

On May 8, 2017, Dr.Ramesh Swamy wrote:

Greetings!! I appreciate the above queries regarding awareness of Battery Related Safety at work places.It is very important to understand the basics education/Information provided by Battery University WEBSITE.While most companies does have safety standards but few are only followed and implemented. Hence in the interest of your own safety ,you can analyze the environment conditions on which you work and demand safe working conditions .It is the moral and legal obligations of the employer to provide safe working environment,if not luxury. Hence you individually with your team members generate a saftey operations procude and work environment and demand the safety devices Also get the environment audited by a specialist in the Field. WBW

On May 3, 2017, B.S. Vijay Anand wrote:

What is the safest and economical option for power backup of at least 5 hours for a desktop PC in a not-so-well ventilated small room?

On May 2, 2017, B.S. Vijay Anand wrote:

What are the health hazards of tubular batteries?

On May 1, 2017, Monica Kautia wrote:

i sit near a big black UPS battery and out printer, should i move a little further away or should i completely move away from them?

On April 2, 2017, RASHID wrote:

I am working in an automotive company. We are sitting (daily 9hrs) in a small room with running well air – conditioner. Our company warranty batteries (12V 80ah 700A) is keeping in our room, is it safe to sit in that room for work & any health problem will come in future? Please any advice for me.

On March 21, 2017, Sunil wrote:

I used to work for a car manufacturers producing car batteries from scratch , from making the lead plates, making the lead cells , cutting them to size , assembling the cells , on a production line, and filling with sulphuric acid , and then charging them , we were all exposed to this , and used to have blood test , but if the blood test was to high, we would still continue to work. This was in 1986 - 1989 . Since then I have had serious health upstanding still suffering. Could this be a reason for my I'll health . And how can I do d out if it is causing my serious health problems.

On March 19, 2017, Sheila wrote:

If you have a leaking car battery in the back floor board of your car and may have dried antifreeze in the seat of your car can it soak into your cloth upholstery and absorb into your clothing? My skin is burning and difficulty breathing been to the ER three times and they are treating me thrush. Curious because our Dr's dont listen to the patients & I dont wanna go back again til I have some concrete info for them. Thank you

On January 29, 2017, Justin wrote:

I accidentally damaged a lithium battery from my old tablet and I inhaled the fumes and I touched my mouth after I touched the leaking part of the battery (Which I know was really stupid) Is it dangerous?

On January 24, 2017, Rick1987james wrote:

I just wonder wut affect the electrolyte has on the human body

On January 15, 2017, David wrote:

How to neutralize Lipo, a leaking battery.

On January 11, 2017, gordon fraser wrote:

I have fitted 3 x 100 ah AGM batteries in the space under a bunk on a yacht.. Manufactiers say no real problem as hydrogen discharge is.small if any at all. But they said keep the compartment vented. Also there are two small rafio speakers let into the box. can ypu advise me. Gordon Fraset

On January 3, 2017, rob wrote:

ive got a toy that walks on land and swims in water that uses batteries now my question is is it safe to have that toy in a bath with children ive read on the instruxtions and everything but it has no guildlines that tell me this

On November 8, 2016, Scott wrote:

I work for a medical flight company and we have a glorified ($35k glorified) golf cart that we use for offloading patients. We had a big issue with the fire marshal when we purchased it because when not in use it was stored in an enclosed elevator. It was out of service a few months ago and the battery was changed. Since then we has noticed a strange exhaust like odor after it sits in the elevator for a while. We also went from plugging in the cart only when the battery was nearly dead to plugging it in every time. This change in charging method makes me think that a different, possibly non compliant battery, may have been swapped in. Just wondering what the potential hazards are and whether or not I should take this up with our fire marshal to insure safety.

On October 24, 2016, Sunil wrote:

I am sitting in the room where 20 nos. of sealed lead acid batteries are kept, is it safe to sit in that room for work, please guide & is it harmful to sit in that room ,what precautions to be take

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On October 21, 2016, Hugh wrote:

If I have 3 battery's in my bedroom for solar power is it dangerous for my health when they are charging.

On October 8, 2016, J. Demers wrote:

The incident in Florida was apparently due to some idiot installing an incorrect (12V ?) battery in the Porsche's 24V system. Overcharged, generated H2S, and gassed the driver and passenger. ALWAYS use the proper battery in your car or truck!

On October 4, 2016, Single Malt wrote:

Woman, toddler found on Florida Turnpike in Porsche Cayenne SUV died from hydrogen sulfide inhalation, autopsies find: http://www.clickorlando.com/news/autopsies-mother-toddler-found-on-florida-turnpike-killed-after-hydrogen-sulfide-inhalation

On September 17, 2016, Conundrum wrote:

Li-FePO4/Ni batteries can cause problems because one of the decomposition products is actually phosgene (under very specific overload conditions). Another nasty byproduct is HF, watch out for this one because it is very bad for you and recyclers who dismantle Li-ion pouch cells for the copper foil even in a controlled environment end up seriously ill. Hear speaketh the voice of experience, 9 days later I can breathe properly again (!)

On September 3, 2016, dan wunsch wrote:

I sleep on a sofa type mattress on a boat. Underneath are two marine batteries which are separated from the matress by sheet of plywood. Do they pose any radiation health risk.

On August 29, 2016, sanjeev wrote:

i am working in battery manufacturing unit from 7 years. I wanted to know ,what kind of food take in daily meal to avoid lead percentage in our body

On August 24, 2016, Jamie wrote:

I opened a battery and cuts on my hands and the dark liquid got into my hand and I washed is dare aniting I can get from it?

On August 24, 2016, Lucy wrote:

I recently swallowed 5 lithium ion b batteries, what will happen?

On August 14, 2016, Josh wrote:

So I started a new job at a lead and car battery warehouse. After 3days of work u feel sick as a dog. So my ? Is. Is that normal and what if i take meds can that have an effect on my wellbeing I have been have n hot flashs and uncontrollable sweeting and my throat is swollen and it's hard to swallow

On July 13, 2016, Mekir wrote:

during my childhood i like to taste the squared 9V batteries positive terminal. Because it tasted funny and i kinda liked it. does it safe to do so? or any significant health effect that it may caused? Tq

On June 7, 2016, krishan wrote:

Hi I do want know that if I m chargering 40 battery and the fumes of battery coming out of it... If it get inhaled then what I I'll cause

On May 21, 2016, Patrik Carlsson wrote:

What about lithium ion electrolyte? I removed some Panasonic cells and the spotwelding in the bottom made holes which some oily stuff came out of when charging. Is it the electrolyte? Or something else?

On May 14, 2016, Ravi wrote:

I bit an AAA alkaline Batery and didnt notice that is was leaking. Got a little burn on my lips and tongue. How dangerous is it?

On May 6, 2016, Charlotte Sexton wrote:

I was cleaning a car battery cable and inhaled some battery dust my lungs kinda hurt is there any permanent damage that it will cause

On March 6, 2016, Brendan wrote:

A few months ago I touched a battery that I had opened it was a normal AA battery And there was this black pole inside after a while my hands got a little black and I Wiped my hands on a cloth.this was a few months ago and now I am reading this that you should wash your hands and everything.I am perfectly in good health now so I was wondering whether anything bad is going to happen to me can I get sick if I am in good health now?

On February 25, 2016, Yunusa Saleh wrote:

I am a research student studying Construction Project Management at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen in the United Kingdom. I am very interested in Green Environment and with the COP21 agreement in Paris, i took interest in identifying ''The effect of batteries evaporation to Global Warming/Atmosphere''. Has there been any research done by your Organisation in relation to the use of 'Renewable Energy' (Solar Energy using batteries) as regards the evaporation of chemicals of such batteries and its effects to the atmosphere? Do the chemicals contribute negatively to the atmosphere? I don't mind pursuing this particular topic to Phd level. Thank you and best regards.

On February 22, 2016, eromonsele wrote:

late last year i was using my phone to watch movie without the phone back cover so my hand was touching the battery some time while watching , so a certain day while watching my hands became so hot ,i decide to touch my stomach to know how hot it were but immediately i touch my stomach with my hands it was like an electric enter into my body and after few days it was like there is an injury inside my stomach few weeks later i start feeling hotness and coldness it my whole body n inching in my head ,eye ,back ,even when ever i place the phone on my body i hot cold sensation satart ,the water that come from my skin started inching me ,even my tongue taste diff ,i need help am in negeria ,delta state ,even when i stand with some one that alway connect their self with phone earpiece i start to feel that same sensation,

On February 19, 2016, Mike wrote:

that messed up. never insert batteries up your anus! if one leaks the chemicals will be absorbed into your blood! If you do do this I would recommend seeing your doctor ASAP.

On February 2, 2016, Avdhesh wrote:

Hi, I sleep in UPS room where a 275 kva UPS and 80 dry batteries of 12 v, 120AH have been installed. Is there any health hazard sleeping in that room? Please advise.

On January 26, 2016, lucy cavasiga wrote:

cloths too can be affected by batteries coz i have loaded one of the batteries into my cab and it really affected my cloths.

On January 7, 2016, B. Urungy wrote:

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Respected sir, recently myself and my partner have been experimenting with inserting unusual objects into each other for pleasure. Since about 4 days I have had burning sensation and am constipated. I am unsure how many batteries my partner inserted and am beginning to suspect that at least one is still in there. How do I get the batteries out? Can I wash them out with petrol? Does it matter if the batteries were leaking?

On December 30, 2015, Kathy wrote:

I put fresh AA batteries (all the same brand) in various Christmas things. I did not have the items on for very long (total about 3 days). Can I save and reuse them? What should I store them in?

On November 10, 2015, ross barnett wrote:

I Found Several Old AA & 9 Volt Batteries In A Old Flashlight That Broken Had Open And The Contents Had Oozed Out What Should I Be Concerned About If Any Thing? The Batteries Where Properly Disposed Of. Appreciate Ans

On July 30, 2015, Roger wrote:

I work with lead acid battery's all day, 40 hrs a week. 36 volts fork lift battery's. I water and maintain them. A lot of gas accrue in the battery room all the time. But is well ventilated. I wear gloves , what my question is, should I wear a respirator when standing over the batteries . what is the health risk if I don't?

On July 29, 2015, Waqar Ahmed wrote:

Hi, I need some information regarding Nicd battries healthiness check, which method is will give us proper guidance to know about battery healthiness, Battery load test or battery impedance test. how we can perform the battery impedance test in one bank with 190 batteries installed? Regards, Waqar

On July 12, 2015, Beyza wrote:

To David Woo, Just go see a doctor, you shall not treat the burn by yourself, a professional help is needed.

On June 23, 2015, David Woo wrote:

anybody know how i can treat a Li-ion acid burn?

On June 9, 2015, D N MEHTA wrote:

i m working in a confined space in which 30 in number 12 volt wet batteries are kept. is there any chances of sustaining health problem

On May 29, 2015, BRIAN CROW wrote:


On May 26, 2015, simon wrote:

Hi I had a colour changing candle alight one evening that exploded the top part was wax candle with 2 lithium button cells in bottom the smell from fumes was bad I've found tiny balls of silver and black ash in places I've cleaned as much as I can but worried as I have small children what harm it could do to them from inhaling the fumes or if the the pieces they ingest, thank you

On March 12, 2015, Dr. Miles Whitley wrote:

Dear Jaz, To my knowledge, as long as the battery was intact after the washing and drying, there should be no problem wearing your clothes. However, to be absolutely sure and to further ease your mind, I would suggest calling the toll-free number for the battery company and ask them for their feedback about your situation. I hope this information is useful to you. Best regards, Dr. Miles Whitley

On March 12, 2015, Jaz wrote:

Just accidentally washed and dried my clothe with a AA battery. Is my clothe safe to wear? There was no leaks on the batterie. Please advise, thank you.

On January 24, 2015, Daniel wrote:

Can electrolyte kill you if touched on the fingers?

On November 21, 2014, Miles wrote:

Is anyone aware of the risks (if any) during a charge of a mobility scooter battery, specifically the: WKDC12-35J 12V 35Ah Werker Deep Cycle AGM Battery? Thank you for your help! Miles

On October 15, 2014, RASHID wrote:

I am working in an automotive company. We are sitting in a small room with running well air – conditioner. Our company warranty batteries (12V 80ah 700A) is keeping in our room, so that is their any health problem will come in future? Please any advice for me.

On July 30, 2014, FireIce wrote:

Put out lithium battery fires immediately with a FireIce extinguisher. Geltech.com

On January 11, 2014, Karlee wrote:

I touched an opened battery by accident and i washed my hands for about 3mins. How do I know when the battery fluid is off my hands ? They still smell like batteries is that bad?

On December 1, 2013, griffin wrote:

It's hard to explain because i don't microwave them on their own. Basically they light fire and explode burning the electronic that they are in. So I guess they chemical reaction is it expand, leaks, and maybe evaporates.

On November 27, 2013, maria wrote:

Hello, I need to know how is the smell of leacking Lithium batteries in relation to chemical reactions involved. Thanks for your help! Maria

On November 26, 2013, griffin wrote:

They are all away in the dump. I want to know weather it is safe to breath near them.

On November 26, 2013, Pbserver wrote:

Oh man, reading through some of these comments I realise that there are indeed some crazy people out there. Where do they all hide during the day?

On November 18, 2013, griffin wrote:

This sound stupid but i have been microwaveing stuff for my channel on youtube, how can the batteries that light on fire/explode afect me. Any fumes i should be aware of so i dont brethe them. If so what effect could the fumes cause.

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On November 14, 2013, Hind wrote:

Hello , Please I Need to know what are the environmental standard for water pollutants for lead acid battery facility that are regulated by the EPA ?

On November 5, 2013, mary Kal wrote:

Is using an exercise bike operated by 4 AA nickel metal hydride batteries harmful to a persons health in any way. Thank you

On October 21, 2013, Jane wrote:

I am wondering if the electronic car battery will harm to the human body since it carries a huge amount batteries and needs to be charged everyday.

On October 19, 2013, shaulad wrote:

respected sir, i am sleeping on batteries putings room , any other probles my body ,say sir true comment,

On August 28, 2013, BROOKS BIRD wrote:

I purchased a Turnigy 25-35 discharge 1300mAh 6 cell months ago. Had need for it tried charging got error message not connected checked and found a tab that entered the end cell (+) had pulled out from the top of a flat cell where the tab entered the aluminum foil cell-pack. Out of warranty so my thought was to split the front fold & the rear foil so I could solder the broken tab back together. But I can' t separate the top seam. Next step i thought I would seek help. Should I open the foil pack on top at the broken tap I would then be inside the cell package. and re-attach a tab or wire to inside the foil package. This would expose the guts to air & seal it back with glue (silicone, epoxy... duct tape and glue. Thank you Brooks

On August 27, 2013, Tarci wrote:

During maintenance the company i used to work for would after testing wash the batteries ,with water and let it run off to some Ponds, what are the environmental effects around that, Please kindly assist, PS(i don't seem to see any questions answers on the commentaries)

On August 25, 2013, mike wrote:

i had a lithium battery explode and gas leaked and i accidentally breathed some in. will 1 time exposure be cause for concern?

On July 7, 2013, todd hh wrote:

i work for a cell phone data wiping center and touch probably 400 cell phone batteries a day (mostly blackberry phones). even after washing my hands 5 or 6 times my fingers still smell like batteries but it usually goes away by the next day until handling them again. i was wondering if there are any health concerns with touching these batteries 40 hrs a week. should i be wearing gloves?

On June 9, 2013, abdul aleem k wrote:

sir, i will b pleased to know how to get rid of smell of acid emanating from battery used in inverter and oblige.

On March 28, 2013, Staw wrote:

I am working with 15 dry batteries in a room. My room is 12x18 feet with running well air-conditioner. Battery name is "Su-Kam" Power Bank. SPB 50 ; 12v 50ah/10hr Please any advise for me.

On March 22, 2013, nichola gould wrote:

hi could u please tell me if burnt batteries are bad for your helath and what harm can they do

On March 21, 2013, michaelawlker wrote:

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On March 10, 2013, ram agarwal wrote:

my battery was not giving enough power o i was advised to remove the distilled water and pour fresh one in. But by mistake i put in petrol. As soon as i got to know the mistake i poured it out only to find it coming it out in black liquid. Can i pour in distilled water after rinsing it with same and still use the battery? Quick reply would be appreciated. Thank you.

On January 14, 2013, Mark p wrote:

I was curios and I opened a rayvok heavy duty battery, and so I opened it all the way to see what was inside. I got to the inside and it looked like wet dirt .. I think I touched some but no really . Later I had a little eye burning but I had contacts on so I washed em out and rinsed my eyes . I then later felt like if I was high , so I thought they're must be chemicals that I inhaled :o so I've been researching . And I wanna know . Can sitting at a desk opening up (12 volt) and expose the inside of battery and get some sort of inhales exposure ... Is that bad ?? I meen I wasn't sniffing it or nothing my nose was like 1 foot and 8 inches away at least ? Help?? Anxiety is killing me over this

On June 12, 2012, lily wrote:


On June 4, 2012, juan bustamante wrote:

when a charger that holds 4 energizer batteries (AA)is plugged in, I could smell a very pungent smell. I was told this is very unhealthy and could cause serious medical conditions. How true is this

On January 5, 2012, Anand wrote:

Thanks.. I'm using a lead acid battery in my home's alternate energy system and this will give me a word of caution

On July 12, 2011, Harry Staszewski wrote:

The article mentioned using approved gloves. Please describe what gloves are approved. Thank you. HJS

On May 25, 2011, felix wrote:

could you please provide me the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for Acid lead battery.

On March 16, 2011, BWMichael wrote:

It is good to learn that NiCd can be absorbed through the skin, considering i work with batteries all day. That tells me to be more careful now, thanks

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