If you do decide to go with the LiFePO4 battery system you may want to keep this information available... Just in case.. Not saying you will ever need it... but the information is good to have
If fire or explosion occurs when batteries are on charge, shut off power to charger. In case of fire where lithium iron phosphate batteries are present, flood the area with water. If any batteries are burning, water may not extinguish them, but will cool the adjacent batteries and control the spread of fire. CO2, dry chemical, and foam extinguishers are preferred for small fires, but also may not extinguish burning lithium iron phosphate batteries. Burning batteries will burn themselves out. Virtually all fires involving lithium iron phosphate batteries can be controlled with water. When water is used, however, hydrogen gas may be evolved which can form an explosive mixture with air. LITH-X (powdered graphite) or copper powder fire extinguishers, sand, dry ground dolomite or soda ash may also be used. These materials act as smothering agents. Fire fighters should wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Burning lithium iron phosphate batteries can produce toxic fumes including HF, oxides of carbon, aluminum, lithium, copper, and cobalt. Volatile phosphorus pent fluoride may form at a temperature above 230º Fahrenheit.
I believe that they also make a special fire extinguisher for use on these batteries.. I ran across it when I was researching LiFePO4 a few years ago. I decided to wait a few more years.
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