Vgi lithium polymer msds v5.2

Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
24 Hour Emergency Contact
CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300
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number to be used only in the event of
chemical emergencies involving a spill, leak,
fire, exposure or accident involving chemicals.

IMPORTANT: Provide this information to employees, customers, and users of this product.
Read this MSDS before handling or disposing of this product. This product is covered by the
OSHA Hazard Communication Standard and this document has been prepared in accordance
with requirements of this standard.

Company Identification
14028 N. Ohio Street, Rathdrum, Idaho 83858
Product Identification
Venom Power – Lithium Polymer Batteries Lithium Ion (Polymer); Secondary Battery; Rechargeable Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
20C 8000mAh 7.4v 2-Cel LiPO Hard Case - UNI 20C 3200mah 7.4v 2-Cel R/C Car LiPO UNI - Hard Case 20C 4000mah 7.4v 2-Cel R/C Car LiPO UNI - Hard Case 20C 5000mah 7.4v 2-Cel R/C Car LiPO UNI - Hard Case 15C 2S 250mah 7.4v LiPO Battery - 1/24 Losi 20C 3S 850mah 11.1v LiPo Battery + Bullet Connector 20C 3S 950mah 11.1v LiPo Battery + Bullet Connector 20C 4S 2100mah 14.8v LiPO for Starter Box Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
50C 2S 4500mah 7.4v Saddle Pack Hard Case 30C 3S 3200mah 11.1v LiPO Hardcase - UNI 40C 2S 4000mah 7.4v Sport Power LiPO-UNI 40C 2S 5000mah 7.4v Sport Power LiPO-UNI 50C 2S 5000mah 7.4v Sport Power LiPO-UNI 70C 4S 5300mah 14.8v Hardcase LiPO - UNI 20C 2S 4500mAh 7.4V LiPO w/ Voltage Check - UNI 35C 4S 4500mAh 14.8V lip w/ Voltage Check - UNI Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
Micro Troop Transporter - Desert 1S 110mah 3.7V Micro Troop Transporter - Jungle 1S 110mah 3.7V Micro Troop Transporter - Sea 1S 110mah 3.7V


Hazardous Ingredients / Identity Information
Approximate Percentage of Total Weight

Physical/Chemical Characteristics
3 Dimensional Rectangular Solid Object with Black or Silver outside covering and two wires [positive (red) and negative (black)].
Emergency and First Aid Procedures
In the event of accidental battery material contact due to a damaged or ruptured battery cel please follow these emergency guidelines: Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
Immediately Flush eyes with water for 15 minutes and seek Immediately wash affected area with soap and water. Immediately move affected victims to fresh air or wel ventilated areas and seek medical attention.
Fire Fighting Measures
CO2, Dry chemicals, water or Foam Extinguishers Fire-Fighting Procedures: Use a positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus if batteries are involved in a fire. Ful protective clothing is necessary. During water application, caution is advised as burning pieces of flammable particles may be ejected from Toxic gases (HF, PF6) wil be formed if cel s or battery are involved in a fire. Cel s or battery may flame or leak potential y hazardous organic vapors if exposed to excessive heat, fire or over-voltage conditions. Damaged or opened cel s or batteries may result in rapid heat and the release of flammable vapors. Vapors may be heavier than air and may travel along the ground or be moved by ventilation to an
Accidental Release Measures
The materials contained within the batteries can only be released under abusive conditions. Use a shovel or broom to cover the battery with dry sand and place in a non-flammable, wel ventilated area.
Handling and Storage
Batteries should never be opened, destroyed or incinerated as doing so may lead to leakage, rupture, or fire and the materials contained inside may be released. Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
Batteries should only be recharged using approved chargers Do not directly heat, throw in fire or solder directly. Do not mix with other types of batteries or other battery Batteries should be separated from other materials and stored in a non-combustible, non-flammable, wel ventilated, sprinkler-protected structure with sufficient clearance Do not place batteries near heating equipment, nor expose to direct sunlight for long periods of time. Do not store batteries above 60ºC (140ºF) or below –32ºC (-25ºF). Store batteries in a cool (below 21°C (70ºF)), dry area that is subject to little temperature change. Elevated temperatures can result in reduced battery service life. Battery exposure to temperatures in excess of 130°C (260°F) wil result in the battery venting flammable liquid Do not store batteries in a manner that al ows terminals to short circuit. More than a momentary short circuit wil cause temporary battery voltage loss until the battery is subjected
Personal Protection
No controls are required for handling batteries that have not been damaged. Personal protective equipment for damaged batteries should include chemical resistant gloves and safety glasses. In the event of a fire, SCBA should be worn along with Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
thermal y protective outer garments.
Reactivity and Stability Data
Extended short-circuiting creates high temperatures in the cell. High temperatures can cause burns in skin or cause the cel to flame. Avoid reversing battery polarity within the battery assembly. To do so may cause cel to flame or to leak. Do not heat above 60ºC or incinerate. Do not puncture, disassemble, short circuit, deform, crush or mutilate
Toxicological Information
Irritancy: The electrolytes contained in this battery can irritate eyes with any contact. Prolonged contact with the skin or mucous membranes may cause irritation.
Ecological Information

Transport Information
These batteries have been tested to Section 38.3 of ‘UN Manual of Tests and Criteria’. The amount of Lithium contained in these batteries is below the limits set by the Department of Transportation (DOT) in Section 49CFR173 and IATA. These can be shipped with the following label: LITHIUM POLYMER (LiPO) RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES INSIDE
If package is damaged, batteries must be quarantined, inspected and repacked. For emergency information, cal CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300 Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012

Transport Method International Conventions

Regulatory Information
The transportation of rechargeable lithium polymer cel s and batteries is regulated by the United States in accordance with Part 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations, (49 CFR Sections 173-185) of the U.S. Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR). The international transportation of lithium cel s and batteries is regulated by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Technical Instructions and corresponding International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations, and the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code. USA: This MSDS meets/exceeds OSHA requirements. This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations and the MSDS contains al of the information required by those regulations. This MSDS conforms to European Union (EU), the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the International Labour Organization (ILO) and as documented in ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Standard Z400.11993.

Safety During Use Instructions
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1. Always use a charger specifical y designed for Lithium Polymer batteries. Never use NiCd or NiMH type chargers to charge LiPO batteries. Failure to do so wil damage the batteries and may cause fire and personal injury. 2. Always charge batteries in a fire proof container. Do not charge batteries on wood, cloth, carpet, in your model, or on any other flammable material. Keep a chemical fire extinguisher near by in case of fire. 3. Never leave batteries unattended while charging. Always observe batteries when charging so that you may react quickly to any problems that may occur. 4. If a battery is deformed, swollen or appears damaged, DO NOT CHARGE. Follow the disposal instructions below to properly and safely dispose the battery. 5. Any time you have an accident with your model or if the battery swels “baloons” or if the battery exceeds temperature guidelines, follow these safety steps: Immediately remove the battery pack from your model or charger. Place the battery in a non-flammable, wel ventilated area. Observe the battery for 30 minutes from a safe distance. After 30 minutes, if the pack appears stable, is not swollen and does not show any signs of damage, return the battery pack to 6. Do not let exposed battery wires touch each other. This may cause the battery to 7. Store your batteries in a cool, dry place between 40-80 Fº / 4-26 Cº. 8. Do not assemble unmatched or dissimilar LiPO cels. 9. Store battery packs out of the reach of children and pets.
Safety During Charging Instructions
1. Venom Power Lithium Polymer Power Cels feature a separate balancing plug that isolates each cel in a pack and charges it independently. This ensures that al cel s peak equal y and discharge at the same rate during use preventing one or more cel s from discharging past their safe low voltage cut off rating. The balancing plug can be identified by the multi wire Molex plug. Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
2. Charge each battery pack individual y. Never charge battery packs in series. Charging packs in series may result in improper charger cel recognition and an improper charging rate that may lead to overcharging, cel damage and fire. We recommend using the Venom Power LiPO Balance Charger (LBC)™ (VEN-0652) when charging your LiPO batteries. The LBC is designed to automatical y peak charge individual pack cel s (up to 5 cel packs) with convenience and ease. 3. Always check to make sure that your charger settings match those listed on the battery pack label. Refer to the battery label for the proper cel count and charging amperage setting. Selecting a cel count or amperage charge rate other than the one listed on the battery pack wil damage the battery and may cause a 4. Make sure the battery connections are connected in the correct polarity. A wrong connection wil damage the battery and may cause a fire. 5. Always check battery pack voltage before charging. Do not discharge LiPO batteries below 3.0 Volts per cel . The voltage of a typical LiPO cel at rest is 3.7 Volts. If the battery pack appears swollen or damaged, DO NOT attempt to charge it. Check the voltage and follow Step 5 from the Safety Guidlines section. 6. Do not charge at over 1C current. C= battery pack mAh capacity ÷ 1000. Divide the battery mAh capacity by 1000 to determine the proper charge rate. Example: 1200mAh ÷ 1000 = 1.20 Amps Charge Rate for Venom Power LiPO Battery 7. Do not peak charge to more than 4.2 Volts per cel. Example: A 2S Battery Pack contains two cel s, therefore the peak voltage should not exceed 8.4 Volts. 8. Battery Temperature is critical. Please use the following guidelines: Charge Temp Range: 32 - 110Fº / 0-43Cº Discharge Temp Range: 32 - 140Fº / 0-60Cº For optimum performance in cold climates, warm to 100Fº/ 37Cº before use. Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
9. If the battery exceeds the temperature guidelines as above, isolate the battery pack and follow Step 5 from the Guidelines & Warnings section. SECTION 17:
Safety During New Battery Break-In
1. New LiPO battery packs may require 12 or more charge/discharge cycles before the battery’s optimum performance is reached. 2. During this time, it is recommended that the battery pack is not discharged over 7C. 7C = 7 x 1C, where 1C= battery pack mAh capacity ÷ 1000. Example: [(1250mAh ÷ 1000) x 7] = 8.75 Amps Recommended Maximum Discharge Rates During Break-In Period


Safety During Discharging
1. Never discharge a LiPO battery pack at more than the manufacturers 2. The discharge rate is: Battery pack capacity (mAh) ÷ 1000 x Pack C rating Example for 15c packs: (3200 mAh ÷ 1000) x 15c = 48 Amps Example for 20c packs: (2100 mah ÷ 1000) x 20c = 42 Amps SECTION 19:
Battery Disposal Instructions
1. Discharge battery pack to 2.5 Volts per cel or less. 2. Fil a bucket with enough water to submerge the battery pack completely. 3. Add salt to the water until no more salt wil dissolve; the water is now saturated 4. Place the battery pack in the bucket and leave submerged in the salt water 5. Remove the battery pack from the salt water and test the voltage. 6. If the voltage does not read 0.0 Volts, re-submerge and re-test until the voltage Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved. Venom Group International Update: January 23, 2012
7. Once the battery pack has been discharged to 0.0 Volts, it is safe to dispose. 8. Dispose in according to local, state and country regulations. 9. These batteries do not contain any materials listed by the U.S. EPA that require
Additional Information

The information contained herein is based on the data available to us and believed to
be correct. However, VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI) makes no warranty, expressed or implied. Users should consider the data only as a supplement to other information gathered through personal research and must make independent determinations of the suitability and completeness of information from al sources to ensure the proper use and disposal of these materials and the safety and health of employees and customers. Copyright 2012 VENOM GROUP INTERNATIONAL (VGI). Al rights reserved.


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