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First-aid measures

Routes of Exposure & Symptoms:

Ingestion: Overexposure may cause gastrointestinal irritation, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting.

Eyes: Overexposure causes excessive watering, redness and stinging.

Skin: Overexposure may cause itching and redness similar to a rash.

First Aid Response:

Ingestion: Contact physician or poison control center. If victim is conscious and able to swallow, quickly give milk or water to

dilute. Do not give sodium bicarbonate, vinegar, or fruit juices. Never give anything by mouth if victim is unconscious

or having convulsions. Induce vomiting only upon advice of a physician.

Eye Contact: Flush immediately with copious amounts of water. Continue flushing for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention!!!

Skin Contact: Wash exposed areas with soap and water. If itching and redness persist, seek medical attention

Fire-fighting measures

Flash Point, F: > 200°F

Auto Ignition Temperature: N/A

Extinguishing Media: Water spray, Foam, Dry Chemical, Carbon Dioxide (CO2).

Special Procedures: Wear self contained breathing apparatus when fighting a fire.

Accidental release measures

Spill & Clean-up: Contain material by diking the area around the spill. If the product is in a solid form, shovel directly into recovery

drums. If the product is a liquid, it should be picked up using a suitable absorbent material, then shoveled into

recovery drums.

Handling and storage

Min/Max Storage Temperatures: No special requirements

Handling Precautions: No special requirements

Incompatible or Segregation: If this chemical is being stored around hazardous material ensure that each chemical is compatible with each other by

follow the segregation practices that are set in place by the local, state, & federal regulating offices.

Transport information

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Marine transport (UN RTDG/IMDG)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Respiratory Protection: The use of a CE approved respiratory protection may be needed if working in a poor ventilated area.

Ventilation: Ensure adequate ventilation, especially in confined areas.

Protective Gloves: This chemical requires the use of a chemical resistant glove that meet Standard EN374 is necessary when handling this chemical.

Eye Protection: This chemical requires the use of a chemical protective goggles that meet EN 166 or equivalent when handling this chemical.

Work / Hygienic Practices: Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling.

Other Equipment: Eye wash and safety shower in work area.

Stability and reactivity

Stability: Stable

Incompatibility: Avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents.

Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur.

Disposal considerations

Waste Disposal: Consult local, state and federal regulations before disposing of this material.

Spill: If material is released into the environment, the user should determine whether the spill should be reported to the appropriate local, state, and federal authorities.