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Just a word from "indy"s battery manufacturing plants
By oldedude
June 25, 2024 3:20 pm
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Yes folks, ONE SINGLE battery caught fire. Oops. And lithium burns at a fairly warm 2,000 degrees Celsius/ 3632 degrees Fahrenheit. Lithium can catch fire fairly easily and burn intensely. It will spontaneously combust (auto-ignition) at about 354 degrees Fahrenheit (Celsius)[1]. The burning lithium creates a metal fire existing at temperatures of 2,000 degrees Celsius/3632 degrees Fahrenheit[2]. The temperature can quickly reach 500°C (932°F), at which point the cell catches fire or it explodes[3]. The boiling point of lithium is 1603 K (1330 °C, 2426 °F)[4].
They also emit a cocktail of dangerous gases such as carbon monoxide, hydrogen fluoride, and hydrogen chloride. These fumes can be hazardous to your health, especially when inhaled in significant quantities. So, it’s crucial to handle battery fires with caution and follow safety protocols. If you encounter such a situation, avoid getting too close to the flames and seek professional assistance. 🚒🔥

A fire at a lithium battery factory has claimed at least 22 lives.

The fire at the South Korean factory owned by battery maker Aricell took place in the city of Hwaseong, near Seoul, on Monday, according to The New York Times. In addition to the 22 people killed, one worker was missing while eight were injured.

Kim Jin-young, an official with the Hwaseong Fire Department, said 102 workers were in the factory when the fire broke out, according to the Times.

One battery cell caught fire, he said, leading to a series of explosions that rippled through the 35,000 battery cells stored on the factory’s second floor.

BREAKING: At least 21 people killed in fire at South Korean lithium battery plant - Yonhap pic.twitter.com/PfZItgRLr7
— BNO News (@BNONews) June 24, 2024

Lithium batteries are an essential component for electric vehicles, from bikes to trucks, but the fire risk from them has risen as their use proliferates.

Batteries from Aricell are often used to run utility networks, the Times reported.

More than 160 firefighters and 60 fire engines fought the fire.

Lithium battery fires can be stubborn to extinguish.

A fire at the Gateway Energy Storage facility near San Diego last month broke out on May 15 but was not extinguished until May 31, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune.


I'm starting to really wonder how ecologically stable and smart these are.
Here's to the genius and expert in everything! Thanks Indy!🤣


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Comments on "Just a word from "indy"s battery manufacturing plants":

  1. by Indy! on June 25, 2024 3:48 pm

    You can source that one anytime you're ready too. I don't remember commenting on lithium batteries anytime recently.


  2. by oldedude on June 25, 2024 7:06 pm
    You said they were getting cheaper and were made everywhere.

    For some environmental whore, you blew it (so to speak, it isn't one of your butties)


  3. by Indy! on June 25, 2024 8:59 pm

    They are cheaper. And they are everywhere. If you read your own information you should know that.


  4. by oldedude on June 26, 2024 5:54 am
    Great. AND they're horrible for the environment! So in your statement that EV is the best way to go right now is flawed at best. Stupid at worst. The people surrounding the fire in ROK and SOCAL will develop a much higher rate of systemic cancers than normal. That happens with all the fauna in the region. When the heavier gasses get into the water systems, everything is exposed. I'm shocked that someone as "smart" as you hasn't figured this one out.


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