A girl of 4 years saved and a luxury car that catches fire following explosions of battery ... If we know the potential danger of lithium-ion batteries, these continue to make the "buzz" on the canvas and sow often doubt about the reliability of the e-cigarette.
A big "boom". A battery for an e-cigarette caught fire in the room of a dwelling located in Lourdes a few days ago. But in this room, there was a girl of 4 years watching television.
The drama was narrowly avoided thanks to the intervention of the grandfather and brother of the little girl. The man, aged 79, and the teenager came in and were able to extract the girl from the room. The device belonged to the mother of the latter, part of the shopping at the time of the incident.
« I have two batteries for my e-cigarette and I left one on my furniture in my room. She was not connected, nothing Explains the mother to the regional daily, adding that it would surely be the battery [which] caught fire ».
AUDI A5 SPORTBACK TAKES FIRE, OWNER INTENDS TO ATTACK EFEST!
According to our colleagues in the English publication Metro, Will Hawksworth heard a small bang in the pocket of his jacket before understanding that his e-cigarette had a problem. The aircraft subsequently fell out of his hand between the front seats of his German sedan. Will has slightly burned by the way out of his pocket. The violent explosion of the battery a few seconds later turned his Audi A5 Sportback into a blaze.
He had just replaced the day before the accumulator of his e-cigarette. The golfer claims to have used it for the past four years without any problem. The brand Efest concerned by this case did not decide. Will plans to sue her.
EXPLOSIONS OFTEN DUE TO MISUSE OF ACCUS!
As for 99% of battery explosions, it is not the e-cigarette that is responsible but the user, The e-cigarette often has no place on the bench accused in most cases of explosions, it will never be repeated enough, with the accusers certain safety rules must be respected for safe use :
- Do not use a mechanical mod if you do not have the necessary knowledge. These are not used with any battery.
- Never put one or more batteries in your pockets (presence of keys, parts that can short circuit)
- Always store or transport your batteries in boxes keeping them separate from each other
If you have a doubt, or if you are not familiar with it, consider inquiring before buying, using or storing batteries. here is a complete tutorial dedicated to Li-Ion batteries which will help you to see more clearly.