If you still offer the possibility of purchasing sulfuric acid separately from the product in Slovenia - e.g. electrolyte to start the battery - then you need to be aware of some imitations brought by the new Regulation.
Sulfuric acid (sold separately) is subject to a sales restriction in Slovenia, which depends on the concentration of sulfuric acid that the chemical may contain.
Up to and including 15% of mass fraction (hereinafter: w/w) may be sold to general consumers, while above 15% w/w may not be made available to general consumers in Slovenia (because local legislation will prohibit this).
Under this Regulation on the implementation of the Regulation, which will enter into force shortly, the consumer will only be able to buy a "full" battery, but not the filler, such as sulfuric acid.
However, it may still be sold to professional consumers (e.g. auto mechanics). They will have to write a statement regarding the specific use or types of use of restricted explosives precursors under Regulation (EU) No 2019/1148 on the marketing and use of explosives precursors.
This much in short about this important innovation that will affect the sale of batteries in Slovenia.
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