Why does lead-acid battery explode

- Oct 26, 2019-

Lead-acid batteries explode, one is physical, such as the internal pressure of the battery is too high, causing the battery case to explode. The other case is chemical, that is, the hydrogen that is electrolyzed inside is caused by the ignition of an open flame.

Generally seen because the battery vents are not smooth, the pressure is too high, the battery itself bursts open, the burst will cause the battery to vibrate, such pole wiring will not slosh and spark, thus igniting hydrogen to form an explosion.