Material Safety Data Sheet

I. Product Identity

Product:  Sealed Lead Acid Battery

Date Issued : January 18, 2014

Manufacturer's Name:S.S High Energy Battery Co., Ltd.
Div. of Union Battery Corporation No. 1,Yuhua E. Road   
Shijiazhuang City  Heibei, Province, China             
Phone: 86-311-505-2489             

                                  

Distributors Name:
Union Battery Corporation
204 Berg Street
Algonquin, IL 60102-3504
Emergency/Information
Telephone: 847-854-1295

II. Hazardous Ingredients

 

Hazardous Components

CAS No.

OSHA PEL

ACGIH TLV

Lead

7439921

0.050mg/m3

0.15mg/m3

Lead Oxides

7439921

0.050mg/m3

0.15mg/m3

38%/Sulfuric-Acid

 

 

 

1.280 s.g

7664939

1.0mg/m3

1.0mg/m3

 

III. Physical Properties

 

Boiling Point: N/A
Vapor Pressure: N/A
Vapor Density:  N/A
Solubility in H2O:  Negligible
Appearance & Odor:  N/A

Specific Gravity:  9.5g/cc,1.28/cc
Melting Point:  1634 F (approx.)
Evaporation Rate:  N/A

IV. Fire/ Explosion Hazard Data

 

Flash Point (Test Method):
Flammability:
Flammable Limits In Air:
Extinguishing Media:
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazard:

N/A
UL 94 HB
Lower: N/A  Upper: N/A
Water, Foam, Dry
N/A
Keep lighted cigarettes, sparks, flames away.  Explosion can result if charged in gas tight enclosures.


V. Reactivity Data


Stability:
Hazardous Polymerization:
Incompatibility (Material to Avoid):
Hazardous Decomposition
or Byproducts:

Stable
Will not occur
Solvents may dissolve battery case material
Severe overcharge and overheating may
cause sulfur oxide fumes.

VI. Health Hazard Data

 

Route(s) of Entry:
Health Hazards (Acute & Chronic):




Carcinogen city: N/A
IARC: No
Signs & Symptoms of Exposure:
Medical Conditions Generally 
Aggravated by Exposure:
Emergency and First Aid Procedures:
     For Sulfur Oxide Fumes:
     External:
   
     Internal:

Eyes, Inhalation, Skim and Ingestion
Severe burns and eye damage from sulfuric
acid electrolyte.  Illness from sulfur oxide
fumes.  Contains lead which is known to cause 
birth defects or reproductive harm.

NTP: No
OSHA Regulated: No
Irritation and acid burns.

N/A

disconnect batteries, evacuated and ventilate.
Flush areas contaminated by sulfuric acid electrolyte with water.
Drink large quantities of water or milk, followed by milk of magnesia, beaten eggs or vegetable oil.

VII. Precautions for Handling

 

Steps to be Taken in Case Material is Released or Spilled:
     Avoid contact with sulfuric acid electrolyte form battery.  Flush with water.
Waste Disposal Method:
     Neutralize with solution of baking soda in water.  Do not incinerate.  Dispose with automotive 
     battery scrap in accordance with local and federal regulations.
Precautions to be Taken in Handling and Storing:
     Batteries with released electrolyte shall be sealed in polyethylene bags.
     Keep batteries away from children.
Other Precautions:

     Do not crack battery cases.  Do not overcharge.  Do not short circuit battery
     terminals.  Keep lighted cigarettes, sparks and filenames sway from charging batteries.

VIII. Control Measures.

 

Respiratory Protection (Specify Type):
Ventilation:
Protective Gloves:
Eye Protection:
Other Protective Clothing Equipment:
Work/Hygienic Practices:

N/A
Natural Convection
Use rubber gloves if case is cracked
Recommended
N/A
N/A

Union Battery Corporation