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CONTINUUM AEC3152

Cleaner CONTINUUM AEC3152
 

Information of chemicals and the company

  • Product name : CONTINUUM AEC3152
  • General characteristics :Brownish yellow or brown colored liquid with soft odors.
  • Toxicity : Stimulant material
  • Use : WATER-BASED CORROSION INHIBITOR/DEPOSIT CONTROL AGENT.
  • Maker information : GE water process technology
  • Supplier information : Shinsan(Korean agent)
  • Department : PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP
  • Date of draft : Apr. 29, 1999
  • Number of revision and the final revision date : Jan. 29, 2007

Name and amounts of ingredients

  • The names and amounts of ingredients is business secret pursuant to article 19 of the Ministry of Labor notices 97-27, the standard for material safety/health data.
  • Toxic ingredients, CAS# chemical name, 1310-73-2 SODIUM HYDROXIDE (CAUSTIC SODA) 202420-04-0 CHLOROTOLYL TRIAZOLE SODIUM SALT
  • It does not contain any of cancer causing agent according to NTP, IARC & OSHA.

Risks, toxicity

  • Urgent risks, toxicity information : Caution - It can stimulate your soft skin. It can cause mediocre stimulus to your eyes. Mist or aerosol can stimulate the upper breathing organs.Odors : Mild Shape: Brownish yellow or brown colored liquid. For the fire fighting, you should wear a "POSITIVE PRESSURE SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS"(Cover your entire face!) Adequate extinguisher powder: powder, CO2, powder extinguisher or water.
  • Effects on your eyes: Can cause mediocre stimulus to your eyes.
  • Effects on your skin : Weak stimulus in the main routs of exposure.
  • Effects on inhaling : A mist or aerosol can affect the upper breathing organs.
  • Effects on digestion : Can cause stimulus to your stomach.
  • Chronicle symptoms and effects: Long term symptoms or effects not discovered. *. Symptom of exposure : Red spot or itch on your skin.

Emergency measures(First aid)

  • Entered in your eyes : Wash it off with water for 15 minutes immediately. For additional measures, consult with your doctor.
  • Contact with your skin : Remove the stains from the cloth. Wash it with sufficient amount of water/soap for 15 minutes.
  • Inhaled it : Move the victim from the area to somewhere with the fresh air immediately. Take proper first aid measures.
  • Ate it : If the victim is unconscious or having seizure then do not let him eat anything through his mouth. Do not force him to vomit. Consult with a doctor immediately.
  • Cautions for doctors : If you want to dilute the contents in the stomach, use 3 to 4 glasses of milk or water.

How to handle explosions or fire accidents

  • Ignition point : no data
  • Natural fire starting point : no data
  • Min ignition limit/max ignition limit : no data
  • Classification and regulation by anti fire laws : no data
  • Extinguisher : powder, CO2, powder extinguisher or water
  • Fire fighting methods and equipments : A firefighter should wear a POSITIVE PRESSURE SELF- CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS. (cover your entire face.)
  • Toxic materials generated by the combustion : Oxygen generated by the thermal decomposition.
  • Prohibited extinguisher : no data

How to handle an exposure accident

  • Necessary actions to protect your body : Good air ventilation, use special protection tools.
  • Necessary actions to protect the environment : Use an absorbant! Put it in a waste disposal container! Spray water! Slippery when wet, so spread sands!
  • Purification or removal method : If the water is polluted by the material should be discharged to a hygienical facility or waster Water treatment facilities approved by the government. Product - burn it or bury it in an approved landfill.

How to handle or store

  • Safe handling : Alkaline material. Do not mix it with acidic material. Can hurt eyes.
  • Storage : If not used, seal it off completely. Avoid freezing. If frozen, melt it gradually before use.

Exposure prevention and personal protection tools

  • Engineering management method : To maintain the air pollution below the level, support good air ventilation.
  • Protection of breathing organs : The breathing protection tools used at work should be available at all times pursuant to 29 CFR 1910.134 and ANSI Z88.2 of USA OSHA, so that anyone requesting use of a respirator can obtain it. If an air purifying respirator is necessary, use the one with a dust/mist filter.
  • Protecting eyes : During works, wear a SPLASH-PROOF type of chemical goggle.
  • Protecting hands : During works, wear a NEOPRENE glove. After use, wash it or replace it.
  • Protecting bodies : During works, wear a protection garment pursuant to the USA OSHA 29 CFR 1910 SUBPART I
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  • Hygienical cautions : no data
  • Exposure standards : Chemicals name, SODIUM HYDROXIDE (CAUSTIC SODA) PEL (OSHA) : 2 mg/m3 TLV (ACGIH) : 2 mg/m3 (CEILING)CHLOROTOLYL TRIAZOLE SODIUM SALTPEL (OSHA) : TBDTLV (ACGIH) : TBD

Chemical/physical characteristics

  • Exterior : Brownish yellow or brown liquid
  • Odors : mild
  • pH : 13.3 % Dissolution rate (water) : 100.0
  • Boiling points : no data
  • Melting points : no data
  • Explosion : no data Oxidation : can react to oxidants.
  • Vapor pressure(mmHG) : ∼ 18.0 Weight (70 ℉) : 1.234
  • Distribution coefficient : no data Vapor density(air = 1) :< 1.00
  • Viscosity (cps 70 ℉) : 32
  • Molecular amount : no data *. Evaporation rate (ether = 1) : no data *. Freezing point : 21 ℉, - 6℃

Safety and reaction

  • Chemical stableness : stable.
  • Condition or material to avoid : strong oxidant
  • Toxic materials created when decomposed : Thermal by products. Oxygen.
  • Toxic materials created during reactions : No harmful neutral reactions.

Toxicity information

  • Oral toxicity : LD50 (RAT) >2,000 mg/kg (estimated) Skin toxicity : LD50 (rabbit) >2,000 mg/kg (estimated)
  • Acute suction toxicity : no data
  • Subacute toxicity : no data
  • Chronicle toxicity : no data
  • Mutant toxicity : no data
  • Effects on the next generation : no data
  • Cancer causing agent : no data
  • Other special remarks : no data

Environmental effects

  • Water ecology and toxicity(Daphnia magna) 48 hours of acute toxicity (estimated) LC50= 960; NEL= 620 mg/L (Fathead Minnow) 96 hours of acute toxicity (estimated) LC50= 370; NEL = 140 mg/L
  • Soil mobility : no data
  • Residuals and decomposition :COD (mg/g) : 275 (Calculated) TOC (mg/g) : 112 (Calculated) BOD-5 (mg/g) : 14 (Calculated) BOD-28 (mg/g) : 27 (Calculated)
  • Accumulation in an animal/plant : no data

Cautions for disposals

  • Regulation by the waste management laws :
  • Disposal method: If the water is polluted by the material should be discharged to a hygienical facility or waster Water treatment facilities approved by the government.
  • Product - burn it or bury it in an approved landfill.

Conveyance information

  • Ship safety laws: classification and regulation according to the rules of dangerous shipping and storage:
  • Cautions for conveyance :
  • Classification and regulation by other foreign laws : DOT HARZARD : NAUN / NA NUMBER: NA DOT EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE # : NA

Legal regulations

  • Regulations by the industrial safety and hygienic laws : toxic materials
  • Regulation by other chemical substance management laws enforced by other departments such as toxic chemical substance management law: NA
  • Regulations by other foreign laws : TSCA : All the ingredients are listed in the TSCA list.CERCLA AND/OR SARA REPORTABLE QUANTITY (RQ) : Not definedSARA SECTION 312 HAZARD CLASS : IMMEDIATE(ACUTE) SARA SECTION 302CHEMICALS : Not defined, SARA SECTION 313 CHEMICALS : Not defined

Other data

  • Source of data : American main office, GE Water &Process Technologies. has the MSDS that is the basis for data. Notices made by the ministry of labor. Translated to be in full accordance with the substance safety and hygieic data format according to 97-27, substance safety and hygienic(preparation and availability).
  • Other NFPA/HMIS CODE TRANSLATION Health 1 Slight Hazard Fire 1 Slight Hazard Reactivity 0 Minimal Hazard Special ALK pH above 12.0 (1) Protective Equipment B Goggles, Gloves (1) refer to section 8 of MSDS for additional protective equipment recommendations.


 
  NFPA/HMIS   CODE TRANSLATION
Health 1 1 Slight Hazard
Fire 1 1 Slight Hazard
Reactivity 0 Minimal Hazard
Special ALK pH above 12.0
(1) Protective Equipment B B Goggles, Gloves
(1) refer to section 8 of MSDS for additional protective equipment recommendations.