The use of lithium batteries has increased significantly in recent years, both at home and in industry. This comes as no surprise: lithium batteries are lightweight, rechargeable batteries that are typically store much energy.
These batteries are very suitable for repeated use, making them a great fit for many products conceived in this era of advanced technology.
Their small size and light weight – compared to the great amount of energy which they can provide – makes them attractive for a . They are easier to integrate than heavier and bulkier batteries and offer many advantages. However, these batteries tend to heat up and burn spontaneously.
Understandably, as the use of these batteries in a broad range of products and devices increases, so do unpredictable lithium fires at homes, institutions, and businesses become more frequent. Although one may expect otherwise, handling a lithium fire requires preparation and tools that are completely different than those required for a regular fire. It cannot be extinguished using common methods such as water or powders, and it may burn for a long time, and cause much damage, unless the appropriate means to extinguish it are at hand.
However, unfortunately, and even with a better understanding of the risks involved in the increasing use of lithium batteries, no significant change has yet been made to regulation or to the implementation of any solutions.
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