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  • Hefra - Manuals
    About Batteries About Chargers Testing Legal Downloads Recycling Consumer Contact us Nederlands English Francais You are here Home Manuals Manuals Brochures Manuals Safety docs Artwork Manuals Carr battery installation Instruction manual Powersport HP Instruction manual Powersport MF Instruction manual Powersport

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  • Hefra
    s largest independent importer of secondary batteries Home Technical info About Batteries About Chargers Testing Legal Downloads Recycling Consumer Contact us Nederlands English Francais You are here Home Copyright 2016

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  • Hefra - Artwork
    Francais You are here Home Artwork Artwork Brochures Manuals Safety docs Artwork Artwork Logo HEFRA fc pdf Logo HEFRA pms pdf Logo HEFRA zw pdf Logo VMF fc pdf Logo VMF pms pdf Logo VMF zw pdf Logo WILCO fc

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  • Hefra - Recycling - How it is done
    liquids are drawn off leaving the lead and heavy metals Each of the materials goes into a different stream We ll begin with the plastic or polypropylene Plastic The polypropylene pieces are washed blown dry and sent to a plastic recycler where the pieces are melted together into an almost liquid state The molten plastic is put through an extruder that produces small plastic pellets of a uniform size Those pellets are sold to the manufacturer of battery cases and the process begins again Lead The lead grids lead oxide and other lead parts are cleaned and then melted together in smelting furnaces The molten lead is poured into ingot molds Large ingots weighing about 2 000 pounds are called hogs Smaller ingots weighing 65 pounds are called pigs After few minutes the impurities otherwise known as dross float to the top of the still molten lead in the ingot molds The dross is scraped away and the ingots are left to cool When the ingots are cool they are removed from the molds and sent to battery manufacturers where they are re melted and used in the production of new lead plates and other parts for new batteries Sulfuric

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  • Hefra - Consumer - Safety Instructions
    use provided that they are used with the appropriate expertise and the necessary precautions are taken For this reason it is important you read the instructions for the installation charging and maintenance of the battery A sticker attached to the battery displays a number of symbols drawing attention to the requisite safety precautions The sticker displays the following symbols Warning Keep out of the reach of children Explosion hazard Detonating gas is released while the battery is charging For this reason inexpert use can result in an explosion hazard Always charge batteries in a suitably ventilated area and avoid sparks and naked flames Fire hazard Keep away from naked flames and sparks Do not smoke near batteries and avoid short circuits Avoid electrostatic discharges Corrosive Acid Battery acid is corrosive Avoid contact with your skin eyes and clothing On coming into contact with the acid rinse immediately with water On ingestion drink a copious amount of water do not induce vomiting Consult a physician Eye protection Protect your eyes when working with batteries If acid comes into contact with your eyes rinse with ample water for several minutes Consult a physician Warning Follow the directions shown on the battery and

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  • Hefra - Consumers: Car Battery Disposal Instructions
    It is an offence to dispose of waste batteries by landfill or incineration from 1 January 2010 If you re tempted to dispose of your car battery in an improper way remind yourself that the typical car battery is made up more than 10 kilograms pounds of lead and several liters of sulfuric acid It s a little plastic package of very dangerous chemicals and it s your responsibility to

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  • Hefra - Contact - Head office
    Adres Hongkongstraat 25 3047 BR Rotterdam Nederland Telefoon 31 0 88 400 9000 Fax 31 0 88 400 9099 E mail info hefra nl EORI NL801519652B01 CCI 24234729 VIHB ZH511002VIHB ING 650476425 IBAN NL NL36 INGB 0650 4764 25 SWIFT NL INGBNL2A KBC 737 0145103 34 IBAN BE 67737014510334 SWIFT BE KREDBEBB Hefra s excellent logistics enable us to offer all our customers optimum service our branch in the Port of Rotterdam can make deliveries to customers in the Benelux and large areas of the neighbouring countries within 24 hours For destinations further from the Benelux seaborne freight or combined transports offer an appropriate and economical alternative The warehouse holds a permanent stock of more than 100 000 batteries Contactpersons Leo van Oosten CEO 31 0 88 4009001 Lvo hefra nl Grad Meijer Director AOI 31 0 88 4009003 31 0 6 51042909 grad hefra nl Jeroen Sluis Commercial Director 31 0 88 4009007 31 0 6 23729155 jeroen sluis hefra nl Dirk Luteijn Director Business Development 31 0 88 4009008 31 0 6 20492942 d luteijn hefra nl Bart van Asten Financial Controller 31 0 88 4009006 31 0 6 83243237 bart hefra nl Jurgen Pawiro International Sales 31

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  • Hefra - Contact - Rotterdam
    24234729 VIHB ZH511002VIHB IBAN NL36 INGB 0650 4764 25 SWIFT INGBNL2A Hefra s excellent logistics enable us to offer all our customers optimum service our branch in the Port of Rotterdam can make deliveries to customers in the Benelux and large areas of the neighbouring countries within 24 hours For destinations further from the Benelux seaborne freight or combined transports offer an appropriate and economical alternative The warehouse holds a

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