The Do’s and Dont’s of E-Cigarette Battery Storage and Care
Originally written by: Volcano Ecigs
E-cigarette batteries require proper storage and handling for safety, maximized life, and power output. To find out how to get the best performance from your e-cigarette batteries, follow the care and handling tips below.[one_half last=”no”]
DO be aware of and understand that there are serious dangers of handling Li-ion and LiMN batteries regardless of what you may have heard from others.
DO charge your batteries on a fire proof or flame retardant surface such as concrete, natural stone, or tile using only the corresponding charger that is set to the correct settings for your battery.
DO make sure you always dispose of Li-ion and LiMN batteries in a proper manner (Preferably at a recycling location).
DO store your e-cigarette batteries in a protective, non-conductive case.[/one_half] [one_half last=”yes”]
DON’T disassemble or tamper with your e-cig batteries in anyway. Discontinue using if there is any sign of damage to the battery casing or wrapper; including but not limited to dents, bulges, rips, tears, and scarring.
DON’T dispose of your Li-ion and LiMN batteries in an improper manner. The preferred method of disposal would be at a local battery recycling center.
DON’T intentionally short the batteries by exposing them to metal objects, liquids, or by submerging them fully into any conductive substance.
DON’T dispose of, or expose Li-ion or LiMN batteries to fire or extreme temperatures as they could explode and/or vent causing serious bodily injury to you or bystanders.
DON’T leave charging batteries unattended.[/one_half]
Original Source: E-Cigarette Battery Storage and Care Guideline