Product: CNB450E and CNB750E Date Prepared: 01 Apr, 2016 Manufacturer’s Name: Entel UK Limited, Address: 320 Centennial Avenue, Centennial Park, Elstree, Borehamwood, Herts ,WD6 3TJ Telephone Number: +44 (0)20 8236 0032 E-Mail: email@example.com Website: www.entel.co.uk Product Composition: Product Code Material Quantity (%) Manganese Dioxide 30-35% Copper Foil 7-8% Aluminium Foil 3.5-4% Diaphragm Paper 1.6-2% Aluminium Shell 30-40% Lithium Hexafluorophosphate 5% Ethylene Carbonate 7% Methyl Ethyl Carbonate 7% Dimethyl Carbonate 8% Diethyl Carbonate 9% CNB450E and CNB750E Methyl Acetata 8% As manufactured lithium ion cells do not contain lithium metal The Watt-hour rating for the Entel lithium ion products specified in this document is 15Wh All Entel products should be recycled by the relevant local authorities (recycling information relating to the WEEE Directive may be found on the Entel web site ). Hazards Identification For the battery cell, chemical materials are stored in a hermetically sealed case designed to withstand temperatures and pressures encountered during normal use. As a result, during normal use, there is no physical danger of ignition or explosion and chemical danger of hazardous materials’ leakage. However, if exposed to fire, added mechanical shocks, decomposed, added electric stress by misuse, the gas released vent will be operated. The battery cell case will be breached at the extreme, hazardous materials may be released. Moreover, if heated strongly by a surrounding fire, acrid gas may be emitted. Most Important Hazards and Effects: • Inhalation: The steam of the electrolyte has an anaesthesia action and stimulates respiratory tract. • Skin contact: The steam of the electrolyte stimulates skin, and if brought in contact, can cause a sore. • Eye contact: The steam of the electrolyte can cause sore eyes. • Specific hazards: If the electrolyte is in contact with water, it will generate hydrogen fluoride. This electrolyte is inflammable. Do not expose to fire. First Aid Measures Internal cell materials of an opened battery cell • Inhalation: Make the victim blow his/her nose, gargle. Seek medical attention if necessary. Page: 2 / 3 Version: 11/16 • Skin contact: Remove contaminated clothes and shoes immediately. Wash the adhered or contact region with soap and plenty of water immediately. • Eye contact: Immediately flush eyes with water continuously for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention immediately. A battery cell and internal cell materials of an opened battery cell • Ingestion: Induce vomiting and seek medical attention immediately. Fire Fighting Measures • Suitable extinguishing measures: Water, carbon dioxide gas, nitrogen gas, chemical powder fire extinguishing, and fire foam. • Specific hazards: Corrosive gas may be emitted during fire. • Specific methods of fire-fighting: When the battery burns with other combustibles, use the fire-extinguishing method which corresponds to the combustibles. Extinguish a fire from the windward direction as much as possible. Accidental Release Measures Internal cells materials, such as electrolyte leaked from battery cell, should be dealt with as follows: • Personal precautions: Remove leaked materials with protective equipment. Do not inhale the gas. • Environmental precautions: Battery should be disposed off according to the disposal section. Handling and Storage • Handling: The battery pack and enclosed cells should not be opened. Do not expose to fire or high temperature. Do not soak cells in water. Do not expose to strong oxidisers. Do not crush. • Storage: Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature, and high humidity.