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1. Product Identification 1) Product Name Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery (Li-SOCl2, Non-Rechargeable, 3.6V) Single Cells or Multi Packs of following models Small Size Battery XL-050F, XLP-050F, XL-050H, XL-210F, XL-2450F, XL-013F XL-055F, XLP-055F, XL-060F, XLP-060F, XL-060H, XL-100F XL-140F, XL-145F, XL-200F, XL-205F, XL-1459F, XL-2059F 470-20, Moosong-Dong, Hwaseong-Shi, Kyunggi-Do, 445-020, Korea International: +82-31-355-3511 470-20, Moosong-dong, Hwaseong-city, Kyeonggi-do, Korea, 445-020 USA or Canada: +1 (860) 945-1177 680, Main Street, Suite #206, Watertown, CT 06795, USA 2. Composition and Information on Ingredients Substance Hazard Symbols: C Corrosive / F Highly flammable R-Phrases: R 14 Reacts violently with water R 14/15 Reacts violently with water liberating extremely flammable gases R 34 Causes burns R 37 Irritating to respiratory system 3. Hazard Identification The Lithium Thionyl Chloride Batteries have hermetically sealed structure, so they are not hazardous when they are used in the recommendations of the manufacturer. Do not short circuit, recharge, puncture, incinerate, crush, immerse, force discharge or expose to temperatures above the declared operating temperature range of the product. Risk of fire or explosion. Under normal usage conditions, the electrode materials and liquid electrolyte cannot be leaked to the outside. Risk of exposure only in case of abuse (mechanical, thermal, electrical) which leads to the activation of safety valves and/or the rupture of the battery container. 4. First Aid Measures Eye Contact - Immediately flush eye with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Skin Contact - Immediately flush skin with plenty of running water for at least 15 minutes. Inhalation - Immediately remove to fresh air. If necessary, administer oxygen and seek medical Ingestion - Immediately wash mouth with plenty of water and drink plenty of water. 5. Fire Fighting Measures Lith-X (Class D extinguishing media) and Dried Sand are effective extinguishing media on fires involving a few lithium batteries. If cells are already catching a fire, do not use Water, CO2, Halon and Dry Powder or Soda Ash Extinguishers. If the fire is in adjacent area and the fire is not progressed, CO2 Extinguishers or copious amounts of cold water can be effective extinguishing media to cool down burning Li-SOCl2 cells and batteries. 6. Accidental Release Measures Under abusive conditions, the battery contained materials may leak. Put the leaked batteries into small container or plastic bag adding the neutralizing agents of Sodium carbonate (Na2CO3), chalk (CaCO3) or lime (CaO) powder. 7. Handling and Storage Handling – Do not crush, puncture or short circuit. Do not directly heat or solder, over charge the battery or forced discharge. Do not throw into fire. Storage - Store in a cool (below 30℃) and ventilated area with less temperature and moisture effect. Do not place near heating equipment or direct sunlight for a long time. Keep the batteries in original battery package. Others - Lithium Thionyl Chloride batteries are not rechargeable batteries and should not be charged. Avoid the deformation of batteries by pressure. Keep the recommended usage conditions and temperatures by the manufacturer. 8. Exposure Controls and Personal Protection Respiratory Protection - As any fire situation is happened, use self-contained breathing Eye Protection - Safety glasses are recommended. Protective Gloves - In case of leakage, wear gloves. Other Protective Clothing: In the event of leakage, wear chemical apron. 9. Physical Characteristics If leaked, giving off pungent corrosive odor 10. Stability and Reactivity Stability - Stable (hermetically sealed type, used in recommended conditions) Condition to Avoid - Give too much force, drop, crush & disassemble, short-circuit, recharge, fire & heat above 100℃ (212℉), incinerate and etc. Material to Avoid - Alkali, water, mineral acid Hazardous Decomposition Products - * Reaction of lithium metal with water: Hydrogen (H2) / Lithium oxide (Li2O) and Lithium * Thermal decomposition over 150’C: Hydrochloric acid (HCI) and Sulfur dioxide (SO2) * Electrolyte (Lithium tetrachloroaluminate, LiAlCl4) with water: Hydrochloric acid (HCI) fumes, Lithium oxide (Li2O), Lithium hydroxide (LiOH) and Aluminum hydroxide (Al(OH)3) 11. Toxicological Information Not Applicable In the event of rupture or leakage, corrosive fumes from the battery can cause Inhalation - Burn or irritation of the respiratory system Eye Contact - Redness, tearing, burns Skin - Skin irritation and burns Ingestion - Tissue damage to throat and gastro-respiratory track Medical conditions generally aggravated by exposure - eczema, skin allergies, lung injuries, asthma and other respiratory disorders may occur. 12. Ecological Information 1) Lithium Thionyl Chloride batteries do not have environmental hazard under normal usage 2) Lithium Thionyl Chloride batteries do not contain mercury, cadmium or other heavy metals. 13. Disposal Considerations 1) Dispose under the regulation in each country. 2) Dispose by incineration or burial at permitted waste treatment and disposal sites 14. Transportation 1) Product Category: Lithium Metal Batteries (with All UN Test Approval) 2) UN ID No. UN3090 or UN3091 UN 3090: LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES UN 3091: LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES CONTAINED IN EQUIPMENT, or LITHIUM METAL BATTERIES PACKED WITH EQUIPMENT A. Air Transportation: IATA 55th Edition 2014, Dangerous Goods Regulations Small Size Battery: Lithium Contents Cells ≤0.3g Package Instruction 968 Section II (Normal Cargo) Package ≤ 2.5kgN, Lithium Battery Handling Label, No Class 9 Label & Certification Medium Size Battery: Lithium Contents 0.3g< Cells ≤1g Package 2.5kgG, Lithium Battery Handling Label, Class 9 Label & DG Certification Big Size Battery: Lithium Contents Cells >1g Package 2.5kgN (passenger cargo), 35kgN (cargo aircraft), UN certified package, Handling Label, Class9 Label & DG Certification B. Sea Transportation: IMDG – Code 2002 Small & Medium Size Battery: Lithium Contents Cells ≤1g - Lithium Metal cells <1g, batteries <2g – Not subject to Class 9 (Non-DG) Big Size Battery: Lithium Contents Cells >1g C. Road or Rail Transportation: ADR / RID 2012 Small & Medium Size Battery: Lithium Contents Cells ≤1g - Lithium Metal cells <1g, batteries <2g – Not subject to Class 9 (Non-DG) Big Size Battery: Lithium Contents Cells >1g 1) Lithium metal cells and batteries are considered as Dangerous Goods with UN3090 2) Depending on their lithium metal contents, some cells or batteries may be regarded as non-dangerous goods without Class 9 nomination. 15. Regulatory Information N/A 16. Other Information For further information, please contact to XenoEnergy Co., Ltd.


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