Battery Safety for Vaping
Vape Battery Safety
It is important to remember that electronic cigarettes have batteries. These are not the same batteries for your TV remote or cell phone. Batteries for vaping are a bit more powerful. So powerful that there are some battery safety concerns.
Check the diagram below for some more detailed battery safety tips! There is also the 5 rules for vaping battery safety.
5 Rules For Vape Battery Safety:
1) Always keep your batteries in a case and out of your pockets. Make sure they cannot come into contact with any change, keys, tooling, and etc.
2) Make sure your battery wraps don’t have nicks or scratches through the rubber coating, and your battery is fully covered by a battery wrap.
3) Know your batteries limits, follow ohms law when you are building your coils, and DO NOT put too much strain on your batteries.
4) DO NOT charge your batteries overnight.
5) Batteries are best stored at around 59 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Vape Battery Safety Disclaimer
It is extremely important to keep your electronic cigarette locked or turned off when not in use. Please refer to your user manual that came with the device. This is to prevent the unit from functioning in your pocket or elsewhere.
WARNING: Battery may explode or catch fire if mistreated. Do not heat above 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not use the battery if the battery wrapper is damaged. And do not place loose batteries in a pocket, purse or other receptacle containing metal objects
WARNING: Failure to comply with battery safety warnings can cause serious injury.