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Do’s & Don’ts

Proper storage, care & handeling of your batteries.


Read the instructions on your device before installing batteries. Only use the size and type of battery specified in the instructions.

Keep batteries, especially small and coin cell batteries, within reach of children. If swallowed, coin cell batteries can become lodged in the oesophagus where it can cause serious injury or death in as little as two hours.

Insert the batteries properly. Follow the symbols showing the correct way to position the positive(+) and negative(-) ends of the batteries.

Dispose of battries in a fire, they may leak or rupture.

Keep battery contact surfaces clean by gently rubbing with a clean pencil eraser or cloth.

Disassemble, crush, puncture or otherwise damage batteries. This can result in leakage or rupture.

Immediately remove exhausted batteries from your devices, and dispose of it properly.

Carry loose batteries in a pocket or purse with metal objects like coins, paper clips, ect. This can short-circuit the battery, leading to high heat or leakage.

Remove all batteries from the device at the same time and replace them with new batteries of the same size and type.

Store batteries or battery-powered devices in hot places, elevated temperatures can lead to capacity loss, leakage or rupture.

Preserve battery life by switching off a device and removing the batteries when it is not being used, and is not expected to be used for extended periods of time.

Mix old and new batteries, or mix different types or makes of batteries. This can cause leakage or rupture, resulting in personal injury or property damage.

Practice proper battery storage by keeping batteries in a cool, dry place at normal room temperature. It is not necessary to store batteries in a refrigerator.

Give batteries to young children.