A lead acid battery when overcharged will produce hydrogen gas.  If the ventilation is inadequate a flammable concentration of hydrogen gas may remain in the cell or in the battery enclosure.  Any spark can cause the hydrogen explosion, which will damage the battery and its surroundings.

2013-06-28T06:14:58+00:00June 28th, 2013|

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