Lithium polymer batteries are brand new rechargeable lithium batteries. Lithium polymer was created to be an affordable and more stable variant that is similar to lithium-ion cells. However, some security measures must be observed when using lithium polymer batteries. They are also referred to by the name of lipo batteries.
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Do not permit Lithium batteries to be discharged or charged in the vicinity of combustible objects such as vinyl, plastic, paper carpets, leatherwood, within an R/C model or a full-sized vehicle.
Do not place any packs inside the pockets of any garment.
Do not store batteries in a room with an open flame heater.
Don't allow LiPo cells to become damaged, especially by metal objects like screwdrivers, T-pins, or hobby knives.
Make sure there is adequate ventilation for LiPo batteries throughout charging, discharging as well as storage. If a battery is overheated, immediately put it in a safe place to cool it down.
Always keep LiPo packs and cells in a safe place far from children.
To dispose the LiPo cells and packs:
Set the LiPo battery in a fireproof vessel or bucket filled with sand.
If there is a chance that a LiPo cell within the pack is physically damaged, leading to swelling of the cell or a tear or split within the cell's foil Don't discharge the battery.