Battery Transport Boxes

The hazard potential involved in the production, storage and transportation of lithium-ion batteries is considerable. In the years ahead, the use of lithium-ion batteries, battery cells and battery modules will continue to increase dramatically in all industrial applications. First and foremost, will certainly be the automotive area. During transport, it is important to be aware that damaged lithium-ion batteries must always be referenced as dangerous goods. Depending on the method of transport, the corresponding packaging standards are derived from the internationally applicable standards and provisions of the ADR, but also from the IATA-DGR, ICAO-TI, the IMDG as well as the RID in conjunction with UN3090, UN3091, UN3480 and UN3481.

 

Fill in the Battery Transport Checklist below to get the perfect battery storage for your needs.

  • Lithium-Ion Transport Battery Box
  • Test Bench Container
  • Packing Group I
  • Packing Group II
  • Lithium-Ion Transport Battery Box
  • Test Bench Container
  • Packing Group I
  • Packing Group II
    • Battery Transport Checklist

      Chemstore will be able to provide solutions for all battery conditions, once the following information is given. Please complete the information below for each and every battery type and fill in as much information as possible.

      Customer Name

      Telephone

      Email Address

      Company Address

      Battery Manufacturer

      Battery Model

      Battery Dimensions (L x W x H mm)

      Mass (Kg)

      Battery

      Module

      Cell   

      Nom. Voltage [V]

      Nom. Charge [Ah]

      Nom. Energy [Wh]

      Quantity

      Circuit (e.g 2s4p)

      s-series

      p-parallel

      Cellular Chemistry (cathode)

      Type of Cell

      Cell Orientation

      Casing Material

      File Upload

      Note: Please add a technical data sheet and a drawing of the battery to the completed checklist if possible.