Here is how we follow safety regulations and testing for lithium batteries

Lithium batteries are classified as dangerous goods due to potential risks if not handled or transported correctly and we take this very seriously. All our products contain either lithium batteries, Li-ion batteries or in some cases both. All the batteries we use comply with strict regulations for air, land, and sea transportation.

These regulations include:

  • ICAO/IATA for air transport
  • ADR/RID for road and rail transport
  • IMDG Code for sea transport

Since safety and reliability are crucial for our products, we conduct rigorous testing on our batteries, these tests are in accordance with the UN manual of tests and criteria. This is how we ensure safe transport of our products, regardless of whether we send individual cells or within a device.

UN classifications:

The UN system classifies lithium batteries under specific categories depending on their type (primary or rechargeable) and design. These classifications: UN 3090/3091 for primary batteries and UN 3480/3481 for rechargeable batteries have corresponding packing instructions. All instructions guarantee the safe transportation of lithium batteries, as individual cells, within a product, or packed together with another product.

How to use your lithium battery devices responsibly and safely

Our commitment to lithium battery safety

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