Learn more about the types of batteries being used and how best to manage them.
Aqueous Hybrid Batteries
Proprietary Alkali Salts
Proprietary Carbon Powders
Sodium Lithium Dititanium Triphosphate
Sodium Dititanium Triphosphate (STP)
Lithium Manganese Oxide
Proprietary Polymer Binder
Aquion Energy, Inc.
Health and safety
Risk of exposure occurs only if the battery is thermally or electrically abused to the point of compromising the enclosure and/or initiating a fire. If this occurs, exposure to the combustion products may happen by inhalation of the vapors.
When burned, hazardous products of combustion including carbon oxides can occur
Contact with the contents of an opened battery may cause irritation.
Do not puncture, crush or incinerate
Packaging for transport
Aquion AHI batteries are properly classified as non-hazardous, but safe packaging requirements indicate that batteries be packaged in a manner that prevents short circuits and be contained in a “strong outer packaging” that prevents spillage of contents.