Please review our safety videos below. Excell Battery can also offer additional safety training if required.

Downhole Lithium Battery Safety & Handling

Dangerous Goods Shipping

Excell takes shipping Dangerous Goods very seriously. Our shipping staff have been trained and certified in the proper methods of packaging, labeling, marking, and documenting lithium/lithium-ion cells and batteries for transport.

We test our new battery assemblies as per the requirements set out in the UN publication “Recommendations on the TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS Model Regulations” which allows us to provide safe, timely shipments to global customers.

Excell also has the capability to assist customers with UN Safety Certifications for their Li-Ion and Li-Primary battery packs.

All transport authorities require that everyone who wishes to be able to ship and receive Li-Ion and Li-Metal batteries must have properly certified personnel to ensure safe handling, packaging, and shipping of the battery packs

For any further comments or questions, please contact Excell.

Download our White Paper about lithium-ion batteries and their safety issues.

Other Resources

For the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria for Dangerous Goods.

For international air transport regulations.

For all things related to the transport of dangerous goods in Canada.

For transport of dangerous goods by Sea, the IMO.

Europe’s Advanced Rechargeable Battery Voice.

North American Battery Association.