The batteries contain sulfuric acid, which causes severe burns.
In case of skin contact, wash the affected area with plenty of clean water.
Always use protective elements if working with batteries.
Recommended are: protective mask, rubber gloves and acid resistant clothing or apron.
The gases produced by a battery can be explosive.
Do not smoke, do not light flames, or produce sparks in areas near the battery. Ventilate the cargo room properly.
The battery is an electronically active element at all times. Do not leave metallic objects on the battery, or wear jewelry during commissioning.
Turn off the charger before disconnecting the battery. Disconnect the battery from the charger before starting work on it.
Use properly insulated hooks when lifting the battery, in this way you will avoid possible short circuits.
Keep the surface of the battery clean and dry.
This will prevent leakage of ground current, increasing battery life.
For maximum battery performance, limit the discharge by controlling its density, so that the measured value is not less than indicated in the user manual.
Keep the cargo room properly ventilated to achieve adequate thermal dissipation. Allow the battery to cool between charge and discharge. Provide a weekly equalization charge if the battery is discharged below the minimum allowable density value (see user manual).
To obtain the maximum water aggregate interval, adjust the cell filling system to the maximum possible height. If you do not have it, add water manually at the end of the load.
Add water only when viewing the plate protector through the hole in the vent plug, perform this verification until a repetitive filling routine is established.
Verify that the ventilation plugs are correctly positioned and adjusted.
Only authorized Sabbione Batteries service personnel or a trained representative may perform any type of service to the charger.