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MSDS-for BATTERIES

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Primary routes of entry Skin contact Skin absorption Eye contact Inhalation Ingestion No No No No No Signs and Symptoms of Exposure Skin contact – No effect under routine handling and use Skin absorption – No defect under routine handling and use Inhalation – No defect under routine handling and use Reported as carcinogen – Not applicable Section III – Emergency and First Aid Procedures Inhalation – Not a health hazard Eye contact – Not a health hazard Skin contact – Not a health hazard Ingestion – If swallowed, obtain medical attention immediately CAUTION IF EXPOSURE TO INTERNAL MATERIALS WITHIN CELL DUE TO DAMAGED OUTER AL CASING, THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS ARE RECOMMENDED: Inhalation – If inhaled, remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration, preferable mouth-to-mouth ans seek medical attention. Eye and skin contact – In case of contact, immediately flush eyes or skin with copious amounts of water for at least 15 minutes while removing contaminated clothing and shoes: seek medical attention. Ingestion – Drink milk or water and induce vomiting; seek medical attention.

Section IV – Fire Fighting Measures General Hazard – Cell is not flammable, but internal organic material will burn if the cell is incinerated. Combustion products include, but are not limited to hydrogen fluoride, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide. Extinguishing Media – Use extinguishing media suitable for the material that are burning. Special Firefighting Instructions – If possible, remove cells from fire fighting area. If heated above 130 0 C (266 0 F), cells may explode, swell, or leak. Firefighting Equipment – Use NISH/MSHA approved full-face, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with full protective gear. Section V – Accidental Release Measures Place material into suitable containers. Dispose of waste according to Federal, State, and local laws and regulations. Section VI – Handling and Storage Handling – No special protective clothing is required for handling cells. Storage – Keep away from heat and open flame. Store in a cool and dry place. Section VII – Personal Protection Respirator – Not required during normal operation. SCBA required in the event of a fire. Eye and face protection – Not required beyond safety practices of employer. Foot protection – Steel toed shoes recommended for large container handling. Gloves – Not required for handling cells.

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