(1) Use tools with insulating sleeves such as pliers. T […]
(1) Use tools with insulating sleeves such as pliers. The use of uninsulated tools can cause the battery to short-circuit, heat or burn, and damage the battery.
(2) Do not place the battery in a closed room or near a fire source, otherwise it may explode or catch fire due to the hydrogen released by the battery.
(3) Do not use thinner, gasoline, kerosene or synthetic fluid to clean the battery. The use of the above materials may cause the battery casing to rupture, leak or catch fire.
(4) When handling batteries with a voltage of 45 volts or higher, take safety measures and wear insulating rubber gloves, otherwise you may get an electric shock.
(5) Do not put the battery in a place that may be flooded. If the battery is immersed in water, it may burn or injure people with electric shock.
(6) Please handle slowly when removing the battery. Do not rupture or leak the battery.
(7) When installing the battery on the equipment, try to install it at the bottom of the equipment for inspection, maintenance and replacement.
(8) Do not move the battery while it is charging. Do not underestimate the weight of the battery. Careless handling may cause injury to the operator.
(9) Do not cover the battery with materials that can generate static electricity. Static electricity can cause fire or explosion.
(10) Use insulating covers on battery terminals and connecting pieces to prevent electric shocks.
(11) The installation and maintenance of the battery require qualified personnel. Such operations by unskilled persons may be dangerous.