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PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2006 5:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Lead oxide and inverter batteries... Reply with quote

On 5 Jun 2006 05:50:53 -0700, kedar.agarkar@gmail.com wrote:

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Hi all,

I use Inverter batteries at home due to power outages. Seeking your
help in knowing following:-


1> Would the batteries emit lead oxide to air that is supposed to be
harmful to life?

2> How do I detect level of emission, does that gets deposited across
object surfaces or flies out if there is good ventilation?

3> Inverter battery that I use looks quite "sealed" one, so is there
any chance still of oxide coming out in say vapurs?


Release of lead oxide basically requires breaking the battery case or
taking other extreme measures to get what's inside outside. Don't do
that and you'll have no exposure to lead compounds.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2006 12:50 pm    Post subject: Lead oxide and inverter batteries... Reply with quote

Hi all,

I use Inverter batteries at home due to power outages. Seeking your
help in knowing following:-


1> Would the batteries emit lead oxide to air that is supposed to be
harmful to life?
2> How do I detect level of emission, does that gets deposited across
object surfaces or flies out if there is good ventilation?
3> Inverter battery that I use looks quite "sealed" one, so is there
any chance still of oxide coming out in say vapurs?

Kindly guide.

Thanks for your time.

- KA
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