January 5, 2010

To Whom It May Concern:

Subject:     International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods
                 Regulations as applied to Union Battery's Maintenance Free
                 rechargeable Sealed Acid Batteries.

We hereby certify that all Union Battery's Maintenance Free Rechargeable Sealed Lead
Acid Batteries conform to the UN2800 classification as "batteries, wet, non-spillable,
electric storage".

We further certify that under IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, 44th Edition,
UN2800, Union Battery's sealed acid batteries meet the requirements to conform to
special provision A67, classifying them as non-dangerous goods.  The Union Battery's
sealed acid batteries are therefore EXEMPT from the subject regulations for dangerous
goods and are acceptable for transport on both cargo and passenger aircraft.

For you reference:

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation, 44th Edition, Section 4.5A, Special Provision;

     A67   Non-spillable batteries are considered to be non-dangerous if at a
             temperature of 55 deg. C(130 deg. F), the electrolyte will not flow
             from a ruptured or cracked case and there is no free liquid to flow
             and if, when packaged for transport, the terminals are protected from short

Union Battery Corporation

Mike Kim

Union Battery Corporation