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|Item:||Aerosol Automatic Fire Protection For Changing And Charging Storage Batteries||Type:||Aerosol Automatic Fire Extinguisher|
|Agent Quantity:||10g||Application:||For Changing And Charging Storage Batteries|
|Executive Standard:||GA499.1-2010, GJB150A-2009||Extinguishing Fire Class:||A,B,C,E,|
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Aerosol Automatic Fire Protection For Changing and Charging Storage Batteries
Introduction of electric powered vehicles
In trading and industrial activities, electric powered vehicles such as fork lift trucks and pallet trucks (industrial trucks) or mechanical sweepers (cleaning equipment) are powered by accumulator batteries. To maintain the operational readiness of these vehicles, the accumulator batteries - referred to as batteries below - must be charged at regular intervals and maintained appropriately.
Why fires happen in charging storage batteries?
Although developments in recent years have seen more efficient and lightweight batteries available (e.g. lithiumion), electric powered vehicles normally use lead acid batteries. The electrolyte used in these batteries is diluted sulphuric acid. During the charging and discharging processes, the battery electrodes produce hydrogen gas and other by-products. This creates a potential explosion hazard which increases if the ventilation is insufficient or poorly designed.
Meanwhile the chargers for industrial trucks and cleaning equipment and electric road vehicles also needed protection.
How to choose the fire extinguisher?
|Product name||FireLess 0.3|
|Protected volume||0.3 m3|
|Device weight||Approx 75g|
|Fire extinguishing agent||0.01kg|
|Appearance color||Red for main body and part is silver|
|Extinguishing fire class||A,B,C,E,|
|Executive standard||GA499.1-2010, GJB150A-2009|
|Typical application||New energy vehicles’ battery pack,all kinds of small size cabinets|
Risks in battery that cause fires:
Fires in battery charging installations are usually attributable to technical deficiencies in the electrical equipment and to failure to observe safety measures.
• combustible materials stored or dumped in the immediate surroundings;
• lack of servicing and maintenance leading to:
– increased contact resistance and degradation of insulation on connectors and charge cables respectively;
– soiling and debris build up within the machine causing overheating;
• insufficient ventilation;
• overload of the power outlet;
• missing or insufficient collision/impact protection.