Electric vehicles are most prone to fire hazards


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How to avoid the fire hazard of electric vehicles!

In recent years, electric vehicles have become the first choice for many people to travel. However, there are more and more electric vehicle fires caused by charging. Electric vehicle charging accidents happen frequently, most of which are caused by improper charging and unsafe use of electricity:

1. Circuit battery failure
Electric bicycles have short circuits in their electrical circuits, overloaded charger circuits, and battery failures that can easily cause fires.

2. Charging time is too long
Electric vehicles can generally be charged within 8 to 10 hours. If the power is not disconnected for a long time after fully charged, the electronic components in the charger are likely to overheat, which can easily lead to short circuits and sparks, which may cause a fire.

3. Park on the first floor of the building
When electric bicycles are charged indoors on the first floor of a building, in the event of a fire, flames and thick smoke will block the building’s safety exits and escape routes, which can easily cause casualties, and even cause fire accidents.

4. Combustion-supporting cushions, lamps, etc.
The fences, cushions, and lamps of luxury electric bicycles are mostly made of polymer materials. These polymer materials have good burning performance and fast burning speed, and will produce a large amount of toxic fumes when burned, which can lead to poisoning and casualties.

5. Improper maintenance
If you ask non-professionals to repair the electric bicycle, blindly modify the internal wiring during the maintenance process, which may cause the wiring to be incorrectly connected and cause a fire hazard.

Therefore, when we charge electric vehicles, we must pay attention to the following details to avoid fires!

1. Pay attention to the charging time, preferably during the day.
When charging an electric vehicle at night and in the early morning, due to factors such as reduced vigilance and long charging time, it is easy to cause problems such as fire and lag detection. Therefore, charging is best performed during the day when someone is caring for it. Once you find that the small light on the charger turns green, you should unplug it as soon as possible.

2. Pay attention to the charging environment and eliminate hidden fire hazards.
When charging, it is best to place the vehicle in a ventilated and temperature-adjustable environment to avoid exposure to the sun and rain when the vehicle is stored. Avoid parking electric vehicles in the corridor, away from flammable and explosive materials.

3. Strengthen self-examination and self-examination, and don't modify it blindly.
In daily life, we should strengthen the inspection of electric bicycle wires and circuits to prevent poor contact from causing contact points to ignite and heat, and to avoid short circuits and series accidents caused by aging and wear of the lines.

In addition to charging electric vehicles, we also need to pay attention to electricity safety in other electricity use scenarios in our daily lives. Such as power failure, timely replacement of unqualified electrical equipment, and not pulling and connecting wires.