Flash Battery, manufacturer of Italy’s best-selling lithium battery for industrial machines and electric vehicles, talks about the risks associated with transport, how to prevent them and the regulations to follow.
Lithium batteries, like all types of accumulators, are classified as dangerous goods due to their intrinsic characteristics. Their handling and transportation are therefore governed by regulations and must be carried out in compliance with precise requirements.
Flash Battery helps us shed light on this issue. With them, we tried to answer these questions:
- Why are batteries classified as dangerous goods and what are the risks associated with their transportation?
- What are the related standards and regulations?
- What needs to be done to transport lithium batteries properly and safely?