Material Safety Data Sheet
Lithium Ion Cells and Battery Packs
Section 1. Chemical Product and Company Identification
PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION: Prismatic Lithium Ion Cells and Battery Packs
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER: INFOTRAC 800-535-5053 Environmental, Health and Safety Department Section 2. Composition/Information on Ingredients
Batteries and cells covered by this sheet are articles pursuant to 29 CFR 1910.1200 and
therefore are not subject to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. Exposure to
hazardous chemicals is not expected with normal use; however, important information is
contained in this MSDS for the proper and safe handling of these cells and batteries.
Section 3. Hazard Identification
Emergency Overview:
Do not open or disassemble cells or batteries or expose them to fire or
open flame. Do not puncture or deform. Cells and batteries present a hazard only if
mishandled in a way that causes damage to the cell or battery or compromises their integrity.
Primary Routes of Exposure: Risk of exposure to hazardous materials will only occur if the
cell or battery is physically, thermally or electrically abused to the extent that the integrity of the
battery is compromised. In this case, exposure to the electrolyte can occur through ingestion,
inhalation, eye contact and skin contact.
Potential Health Effects: If the battery or cell has been damaged or ruptured, the electrolyte
solution, which is corrosive, could be released and cause burns to the eyes, skin or respiratory
tract. Ingestion of the electrolyte can cause serious burns of the gastrointestinal tract.
Section 4. First Aid Measure
If exposure to internal materials occurs from a damaged cell or battery the following measures
are recommended:
Eye Contact: Flush eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention immediately.
Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing and flush exposed area thoroughly with water; if
irritation or pain persists, seek medical attention.
Inhalation: Remove to fresh air; if not breathing administer artificial respiration and seek
medical attention.
Ingestion: If conscious, drink two large glasses of water; do not induce vomiting. Seek
medical attention immediately.
Section 5. Fire Fighting Measures
Flammable Properties:
If the integrity of the cell or battery has been damaged, the electrolyte
solution would be flammable. Batteries or cells may rupture or leak flammable material if
exposed to excessive heat or fire.
Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical or CO2 extinguishers are most effective.
Fire and Explosion Hazards: Damaged cells and batteries have the potential to release
flammable vapors that could flash near an ignition source. At extreme temperatures, cells and
batteries may explode or vent.
Section 6. Accidental Release Measures
Containment Techniques:
Damaged cells or batteries that are not hot or venting should be
placed in a sealed plastic bag or container. Absorb any spilled liquid with inert material.
Personal Precautions: Safety glasses and neoprene or natural rubber gloves should be worn
when cleaning up damaged or leaking cells. Keep unnecessary personnel away from the
immediate area.
Section 7. Handling and Storage
Do not expose cell or battery to extreme heat or fire. Do not disassemble, crush or
burn cell or battery. Avoid handling in a way that would cause a short circuit.
Storage: Store cells and batteries in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight. Do not store in
a manner that would cause the terminals to short circuit.
Section 8. Exposure Controls/Personal Protection
Exposure Controls:
Cells and batteries that have not been damaged do not require any
special engineering controls.
Personal Protective Equipment: Under normal conditions, no special personal protective
equipment is required. Damaged batteries and cells should be handled with neoprene or
natural rubber gloves and safety glasses. SCBA should be used in the event of a fire.
General Hygiene Practices: Do not eat, drink or smoke in the general area of damaged or
leaking cells or batteries.
Section 9. Physical and Chemical Properties
This section is not applicable to cells and batteries.
Section 10. Stability and Reactivity
Cells and batteries are stable under normal conditions of use and storage.
Conditions to Avoid: Do not expose batteries or cells to high temperatures or fire. Avoid
mechanical or electrical abuse.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: If burned or exposed to fire, cells and batteries may
release toxic fumes including VOC’s.
Section 11. Toxicological Information
Irritation to the eyes, skin and respiratory tract may occur only if the integrity of the cell or
battery is compromised. No other toxicological information is available at this time.
Section 12. Ecological Information
This section is not applicable to cells and batteries.
Section 13. Disposal Considerations
It is recommended that cells and batteries be completely discharged prior to disposal and/or the
terminals taped to prevent short circuiting. In the United States, industrial users may dispose of
waste batteries and cells under the Universal Waste Regulations. Always dispose of in
accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
Section 14. Transport Information
Lithium ion cells and batteries are regulated as Class 9 hazardous materials except for certain
types which are considered exempt. For shipping questions about a particular cell or battery,
contact EnerDel for assistance.
Section 15. Regulatory Information
This section is not applicable to cells and batteries.
Section 16. Other Information
The information contained in this Material Safety Data Sheet represents the best and most
current information available at the time of preparation. However, this information is provided
without warranty of any kind. It is the responsibility of the user to decide what measures must
be taken to provide for the safe and proper use and disposal of this product.


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