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 MSDS of SLA Battery ( general purpose )
 Product Name: (Chemicals name or Merchandise Name) :
 General Purpose:
 PE、PX、TEV、LEV、TPH、SPV、GTB TYPE
1.Identification of Substance
 Identification of single- or mixed substance product: Mixed-substance product
(※) PBB spices or PBDE spices is not involved.
 Parts
 Material
 Approximate%by wt.or Vol.
 CAS Number
 Plate
 Lead and lead compounds

 60-75%

 7439-92-1 Pb)
 Barium compound

 0.3% or below

 7440-39-3 (Ba)
 Electrolyte
 About 40% dilute sulfuric acid

 12-25%

 7664-93-9
 Container /Cover
 ABS resin (synthetic resin)

 5-15%

 9003-56-9
 Separator
 Glass Fiber

 1-3%

 65997-17-3
 Other metal parts
 Brass Other

 1% or below

 63338-02-6
 Other resin parts
 PP (synthetic resin)

 1-5%

 9003-07-0
 
2.Classification of Hazardousness and Poisonousness
 Classification name
Classification standard not applicable to batteries.
 Hazardousness
Charging a battery generates hydrogen and oxygen gases. Exposure of fire to them may catch a fire, resulting in an explosion.
 Poisonousness
Exposure of electrolyte to skin or an eye may result in a burn or a loss of eyesight.
 Effect on Environment
Highly concentrated electrolyte may adversely affect living things such as animals and plants.
 
3.Emergency Measures
 When electrolyte is inhaled:
Move to a place full of fresh air and have immediate medical treatment.
 When electrolyte is swallowed:
Immediately rinse the mouth with a large quantity of fresh water, and drink another large quantity of fresh water. Then, have immediate medical treatment.
 When electrolyte is attached to skin:
Immediately wash it down with a large quantity of water, and thoroughly wash the skin with soap. If there is a fear of burn, have immediate medical treatment.
 When electrolyte contacts the eyes:
Immediately flush the eye sufficiently with water, and have immediate medical treatment.

 

4.Action at the Time of Fire
 Fire fighting method
Extinguish a fire using a fire extinguisher of dry powder agent, foam agent or non-combustible gas.
 
5.Action at The Time of Electrolyte Leak of Outflow

Neutralize the leaked electrolyte with soda bicarbonate or slaked lime, then wash it down. (At that time, be sure to wear protective goggles, gloves, and boots.)

 
6.Handling and Storing Precautions
 Handling:
  • Do not disassemble or modify the battery, nor short it between the terminals.
  • Do not put a fire close to the battery, or throw it into a fire.
  • Handle batteries as heavy objects.
  • With vents provided in a cubicle, for example, charge the battery in a well ventilated room.
 Storing:
Choose a place that is not exposed to high temperatures, high humidity, wind and rain, direct sunlight, fire, poisonous gasses, droplets, dust generation or ingress, or submersion.
 
7.Exposure Inhibiting Device
 Not applicable to batteries.
 
8.Physical/Chemical Properties
 Not applicable to batteries.
 Materials (as example)

Dilute sulfuric acid
(for 1.3 of specific gravity)

 Lead
 ABS resin
 ‧Outer appearance
 Transparent liquid
 Silver white solid
 Black or Gray Solid
 ‧Specific gravity
 1.3
 11.3
 1.20
 ‧Boiling point
 110℃
 1,740℃
 -
 ‧Melting point
 -40℃
 327℃
(130℃~150℃)
This is no clear melting
point.
It softens in the large
temperature range.
 ‧Freezing point
 -56.4℃
 -
 -
 ‧Vapor pressure
 3.17 kPa (for 30% concentration at 30℃)
 0.1 kPa (at 25℃)
 -
 
9.Hazardousness information
 As per “Classification of Hazardousness and Poisonousness” above.
 
10.Poisonousness information
 As per “Classification of Hazardous ness and Poisonousness” above.
 
11.Environmental information
 As per “Classification of Hazardous ness and Poisonousness” above.
 
12.Disposing precautions
 Used batteries shall be recycled for reuse in accordance with relative national law and regulations
 
13.Transporting precautions

Try to avoid mingling batteries with other substances. Handle with care so that no electrolyte leak occurs by overturning or dropping a battery.

 
14.Applicable laws and regulations
 Poison and Deleterious Substance Control Law:

Electrolyte falls under “Deleterious Substance Category”.

 Labor Safety & Hygiene Law:
Lead falls under “Class 3 Substance” in Specific
Chemical Substance Category.
 Hazardous Materials Storage and Ship Transportation Regulations:

Electrolyte falls under “Corrosive Substance Category”.

 Fire Services Act:
Terminal materials fall under “Substances Inhibiting Fire Fighting”.
 
15.Law on transport : ( Shipping )
  • Valve regulated Lead Acid Battery is correspond UN‐ 2800 on TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS.
  • But the Battery is not correspond to dangerous goods because it satisfied Special Provision 238 in
    International Maritime Dangerous Good Code 2015 Edition. (Amdt 37-14).
 
16.Law on transport : ( Air )

Battery is correspond to an escape Clause A 67 of dangerous goods in IATA.The Battery is not correspond to dangerous goods

 
17.Law on transport : (Land transportation In U.S.A and Canada)

“NONSPILLABLE” or “NONSPILLABLE BATTERY” must be described on battery or package i n order to call the attention of nature of transport goods to the drivers According to law 173・159 by Department of Transportation (DOT).

 
18.TSCA Ingredients in batteries are listed in the TSCA registry as follows
Components
CAS number
TSCA status
 Electrolyte
 Sulfuric Acid (H2SO4 )
  7664-93-9
 listed
 Inorganic lead compound:
 lead (Pb)
 7439-92-1
 listed
 Lead oxide (PbO2 )
 1309-60-0
 listed
 Lead sulfate(PbSO4 )
 7446-14-2
 listed
 Calcium (Ca)
 7440-70-2
 listed
 Tin (Sn)
 7440-31-5
 listed
 Barium (Ba)
 7440-39-3
 listed
 Container& Cover
 Antimony trioxide (Sb2O3 )
 1309-64-4
 listed
 
19.California prop 65
  • Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, and other chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
  • Wash hands after handling.
 
20.RoHS Instruction

Lead and lead compound contained in the lead-acid battery is off the subject of the RoHS instruction.This information is accurate to the best of GS BATTERY TAIWAN Industrial knowledge or obtained from sources believed by GS Battery Taiwan to be accurate. Before using any product, read all warnings and directions on the level.
For additional information concerning GS Battery Taiwan CO., LTD. products or questions concerning the content of this MSDS please contact GS Battery Taiwan representative.

 
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