Warning & Safety Instructions


Read all information printed on the batteries, in the instructions and the vehicle-operating manual.

Wear Hand Protection

Wear Eye protection

Keep Children away from acid and batteries

Danger of Explosions

A highly explosive, hydrogen-oxygen mixture is created during battery charging


Open flames, sparks, open lights and smoking are prohibited.
Avoid sparks when handling cables and electrical devices.
Avoid short-circuits.

Danger of Chemical burns

Battery acid can cause severe burns. Always wear gloves and eye protection.
Do not tip the battery as acid can escape from the degassing valve.

First Aid

In the case of acid splashes in the eyes, rinse out with clean water immediately for several minutes and then consult a doctor.
Treat acid splashes on the skin or clothing with an acid neutraliser or soap and rinse with large amounts of water
Should acid be swallowed, consult a doctor immediately


Do not subject batteries to direct daylight
Discharged batteries can freeze – always use frost-free storage


Never dispose of batteries with household waste – used batteries should be handed in at a collection point.

Return to the Manufacturer

Used batteries bearing this symbol represent a reusable product and must be returned for recycling.
Used batteries that are not to be recycled must be disposed of as hazardous waste in accordance with all regulations