Beware of Batteries When Shipping Holiday Gifts
Bought dad a new rechargeable power tool for Christmas? A new piece of computer equipment for mom? For both rechargeable and non-rechargeable power sources, batteries of various kinds are common in computers, cell phones, cameras and other small electronic devices. If dropped, crushed or short-circuited, these batteries can release dangerous amounts of heat and may ignite. Although common dry cell (i. e. AA, C, D batteries) may not be regulated as hazardous materials, even these batteries can cause fires from short circuits if batteries and terminals are not protected......
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