* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * M S D S * * * * Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * (January, 2002) *
*** IDENTIFICATION ***

MSDS RECORD NUMBER      : 
2427547
PRODUCT NAME(S)         : 
HYDROFLUORIC ACID 10%
DATE OF MSDS            : 
1998-06-18
CURRENCY NOTE           : 
This MSDS was provided to CCOHS in electronic form on 2000-09-27

*** SUPPLIER/DISTRIBUTOR INFORMATION ***

SUPPLIER/DISTRIBUTOR    : 
CANADA COLORS AND CHEMICALS LIMITED
ADDRESS                 : 
80 Scarsdale Road
Don Mills Ontario
Canada M3B 2R7
Telephone: 416-449-7750
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NO. : 
416-444-2112
SUPPLIER NOTE :
For further information about this product please contact the Canada Colors
Customer Service Department at 416-449-7750.

*** MATERIAL SAFETY DATA ***

                    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET : 00001022
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                       CANADA COLORS AND CHEMICALS LI
                              80 SCARSDALE ROAD
                         DON MILLS, ONTARIO  M3B 2R7
                               (416) 449-7750
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Product: HYDROFLUORIC ACID 10%
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           SECTION 01: CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
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MANUFACTURER.......................SULCO CHEMICALS LTD.
                                   60 FIRST STREET EAST
                                   ELMIRA, ONTARIO

                                   M3B 2Z5

PRODUCT NAME.......................
PRODUCT CODE.......................
CHEMICAL FORMULA...................HF.
MOLECULAR WEIGHT...................20.01.
MATERIAL USE.......................VARIOUS.
EMERGENCY PHONE NO.................(416)-444-2112.
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             SECTION 02: COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
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%         CAS / TLV              LD/50, ROUTE, SPECIES   LC/50, ROUTE, SPECIES
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HYDROFLUORIC ACID (HF)
10-70     7664-39-3              N.AV.                   5100 PPM/5 MIN (RAT)
          3PPM CEILING ACGIH                             6247 PPM/5 MIN (MSE)

*** AS PER % ***



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                     SECTION 03: HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
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ROUTE OF ENTRY:....................
      SKIN CONTACT.................CAUSES CHEMICAL BURNS. BOTH LIQUID AND
                                   VAPOUR CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS WHICH MAY
                                   NOT BE IMMEDIATELY PAINFUL OR VISIBLE.
                                   PRODUCT WILL PENETRATE SKIN AND ATTACK
                                   UNDERLYING TISSUES AND BONE.LARGE BURNS
                                   (OVER 25 SQUARE INCHES) MAY ALSO CAUSE
                                   HYPOCALCEMIA (DEPLETION OF CALCIUM IN THE
                                   BODY) AND OTHER TOXIC EFFECTS WHICH MAY BE
                                   FATAL.SOLUTIONS AS DILUTE AS 2% OR LOWER
                                   MAY CAUSE BURNS WITH PROLONGED CONTACT.
      SKIN ABSORPTION..............MAY BE ABSORBED BY THE SKIN.
      EYE CONTACT..................BOTH LIQUID AND VAPOUR CAN CAUSE
                                   IRRITATION OR CORNEAL BURNS.SOLUTIONS AS
                                   DILUTE AS 2% MAY CAUSE BURNS.
      INHALATION...................MILD EXPOSURE:. INHALATION OF VAPOUR OR
                                   MIST CAN CAUSE IRRITATION OF NOSE, THROAT
                                   AND LUNGS.ONSET OF SYMPTOMS MAY BE DELAYED
                                   FOR SEVERAL HOURS.SEVERE EXPOSURE:. CAN
                                   CAUSE NOSE AND THROAT BURNS, LUNG
                                   INFLAMMATION AND PULMONARY EDEMA (FLUID IN
                                   THE LUNGS).ALSO RESULTS IN OTHER TOXIC
                                   EFFECTS INCLUDING HYPOCALCEMIA (DEPLETION
                                   OF CALCIUM IN THE BODY) WHICH IF NOT
                                   PROMPTLY TREATED CAN RESULT IN DEATH.
      INGESTION....................SWALLOWING MAY BE FATAL.CAUSES SEVERE
                                   BURNS OF MOUTH, ESOPHAGUS AND STOMACH.EVEN
                                   WITH SMALL AMOUNTS OR DILUTE SOLUTIONS,
                                   PROFOUND AND POSSIBLY FATAL HYPOCALCEMIA
                                   (DEPLETION OF CALCIUM IN BODY) AND
                                   SYSTEMIC TOXICITY IS LIKELY TO OCCUR
                                   UNLESS MEDICAL TREATMENT IS PROMPTLY
                                   INITIATED.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.............THE EFFECTS OF CONTACT WITH DILUTE
                                   SOLUTIONS OF HYDROFLUORIC ACID OR ITS
                                   VAPOURS MAY BE DELAYED. THE POTENTIAL
                                   DELAY IN CLINICAL SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS FOR
                                   DILUTE SOLUTIONS: 20-50% (HF
                                   CONCENTRATION) - 1-8 HOURS (DELAY IN
                                   SYMPTOMS); 0-20% (HF CONCENTRATION) - UP
                                   TO 24 HOURS (DELAY IN SYMPTOMS). CAN ALSO
                                   CAUSE BONE AND JOINT CHANGES IN HUMANS.
EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXPOSURE..........SEE ABOVE.
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE........CAN CAUSE FLUORIDE POISONING. SEE ABOVE.
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                       SECTION 04: FIRST AID MEASURES
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INSTRUCTIONS:......................IN CASE OF SKIN CONTACT.REMOVE THE VICTIM
                                   FROM THE CONTAMINATED AREA AND IMMEDIATELY
                                   WASH THE BURNED AREA WITH PLENTY OF WATER
                                   FOR A MINIMUM OF 15 MINUTES OR UNTIL
                                   MEDICAL TREATMENT IS AVAILABLE.REMOVE ALL
                                   CONTAMINATED CLOTHING WHILE WASHING
                                   CONTINUOUSLY.AFTER THOROUGH WASHING FOR AT
                                   LEAST 5 MINUTES, THE BURNED AREA SHOULD BE
                                   IMMERSED IN A SOLUTION OF 0.13% ICED
                                   AQUEOUS "ZEPHIRAN CHLORIDE" UNTIL PAIN IS
                                   RELEIVED.AS AN ALTERNATIVE FIRST AID
                                   TREATMENT, 2.5% CALCIUM GLUCONATE GEL MAY
                                   BE CONTINUOUSLY MASSAGED INTO THE BURN
                                   AREA UNTIL THE PAIN IS RELEIVED.FOR LARGE
                                   BURNS OR BURNS TREATED WITH CALCIUM
                                   GLUCONATE GEL (IN WHICH PAIN IS PRESENT
                                   FOR LONGER THAN 30 MINUTES), A PHYSICIAN
                                   SHOULD INJECT 5% AQUEOUS CALCIUM GLUCONATE
                                   BENEATH, AROUND AND IN THE BURNED AREA.EYE
                                   CONTACT:. FLUSH THE EYES WITH RUNNING
                                   WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. HOLD THE EYELIDS
                                   APART DURING THE RINSING TO ENSURE
                                   FLUSHING OF THE ENTIRE SURFACE OF THE EYE
                                   AND LIDS WITH WATER.SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION
                                   URGENTLY, PREFERABLY FROM AN
                                   OPHTHALMOLOGIST.IF A PHYSICIAN IS NOT
                                   IMMEDATELY AVAILABLE, APPLY ONE OR TWO
                                   DROPS OF 0.5% "PONTOCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE
                                   SOLUTION" FOLLOWED BY A SECOND IRRIGATION
                                   FOR 15 MINUTES. DO NOT USE THE SOLUTION
                                   DESCRIBED FOR SKIN TREATMENT. USE NO OILS
                                   OR GREASES UNLESS INSTRUCTED TO DO SO BY A
                                   PHYSICIAN. IRRIGATE WITH 1% CALCIUM
                                   GLUCONATE IN NORMAL SALINE FOR 1 TO 2
                                   HOURS TO PREVENT OR LESSEN CORNEAL
                                   DAMAGE.IN CASE OF INHALATION, REMOVE TO
                                   FRESH AIR.KEEP THE VICTIM LYING DOWN,
                                   QUIET AND WARM.GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL
                                   ATTENTION.IF BREATHING HAS STOPPED, START
                                   ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION AT ONCE.OXYGEN MAY
                                   BE GIVEN BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. DO NOT
                                   GIVE STIMULANTS UNLESS INSTRUCTED TO DO SO
                                   BY A PHYSICIAN. VICTIM SHOULD BE EXAMINED
                                   BY A PHYSICIAN AND HELD UNDER OBSERVATION
                                   FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS.IN CASE OF
                                   INGESTION:. DRINK LARGE AMOUNT OF WATER TO
                                   DILUTE.DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.SEVERAL
                                   GLASSES OF MILK OR SEVERAL OUNCES OF MILK
                                   OF MAGNESIA MAY BE GIVEN FOR THEIR
                                   SOOTHING EFFECT.TAKE VICTIM TO A DOCTOR.
NOTES TO PHYSICIAN:................FOR BURNS OF LARGE AREAS, (GREATER THAN 25
                                   SQUARE INCHES), FOR INGESTION AND FOR
                                   SIGNIFICANT INHALATION EXPOSURE, SEVERE
                                   SYSTEMIC EFFECTS MAY OCCUR. MONITOR AND
                                   CORRECT FOR HYPOCALCEMIA, CARDIAC
                                   ARRHYTHMIAS, HYPOMAGNESEMIA AND
                                   HYPERKALEMIA. IN SOME CASES RENAL DIALYSIS
                                   MAY BE INDICATED. FOR CERTAIN BURNS,
                                   ESPECIALLY OF THE DIGITS, USE OF
                                   INTRA-ARTERIAL CALCIUM GLUCONATE MAY BE
                                   INDICATED. TREAT AS CHEMICAL PNEUMONIA.
                                   MONITOR FOR HYPOCALCEMIA. 2.5% CALCIUM
                                   GLUCONATE IN NORMAL SALINE BY NEBULIZER OR
                                   BY IPPB WITH 100% OXYGEN MAY DECREASE
                                   PULMONARY DAMAGE. BRONCHODILATORS MAY ALSO
                                   BE ADMINISTERED.
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                     SECTION 05: FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
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T.D.G. FLAM. CLASS.................N.AV.
FLAMMABILITY.......................NOT FLAMMABLE.
IF YES, UNDER WHICH................
CONDITIONS?
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA................USE WATER OR SUITABLE AGENTS FOR FIRES
                                   ADJACENT TO NON-LEAKING TANKS OR
                                   CONTAINERS. DO NOT USE SOLID WATER STREAMS
                                   NEAR RUPTURED TANKS OR SPILLES OF HF.
SPECIAL PROCEDURES.................DO NOT USE SOLID WATER STREAMS NEAR
                                   RUPTURED TANKS OR SPILLS OF HF.ACID REACTS
                                   WITH WATER AND CAN SPLATTER ACID ONTO
                                   PERSONNEL.CARE SHOULD BE EXERCISED WHEN
                                   WATER IS USED TO DILUTE ACID.WEAR FULL
                                   PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT INCLUDING A
                                   SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING
                                   APPARATUS.(APPROVED BY NIOSH).USE
                                   WATER-SPRAY TO KEEP CONTAINERS COOL.
FLASH POINT (C), METHOD............NOT FLAMMABLE. (CLOSED CUP).
AUTO IGNITION TEMPERATURE..........N.AP.
UPPER FLAMMABLE LIMIT (% BY........N.AP.
VOL.)
LOWER FLAMMABLE LIMIT (% BY........N.AP.
VOL.)
EXPLOSION DATA.....................
      EXPLOSIVE POWER..............N.AV.
      RATE OF BURNING..............N.AV.
SENSITIVITY TO STATIC..............N.AV.
DISCHARGE
      SENSITIVITY TO IMPACT........N.AV.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION.........MAY GENERATE FLAMMABLE, POTENTIALLY
HAZARDS                            EXPLOSIVE HYDROGEN GAS ON CONTACT WITH
                                   MOST METALS.CONSIDERABLE HEAT IS EVOLVED
                                   WHEN CONTACTED WITH MANY SUBSTANCES.CLOSED
                                   CONTAINERS MAY RUPTURE (DUE TO BUILDUP OF
                                   PRESSURE) WHEN EXPOSED TO EXTREME
                                   HEAT.ACID REACTS VIOLENTLY WITH WATER AND
                                   CAN SPLATTER ACID ONTO PERSONNEL.IN
                                   CONTACT WITH SMALL AMOUNTS OF WATER, HEAT
                                   IS GIVEN OFF.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS......N.AV.
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                   SECTION 06: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
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LEAK/SPILL.........................DISCGARGE WILL ORINARILY BE A VAPOUR OR A
                                   LIQUID THAT GIVES OFF FUMES OF HF GAS.WEAR
                                   NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED RESPIRATOR
                                   (SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS
                                   PREFERRED) AND APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE
                                   EQUIPMENT.GOOD VENTILATION IS
                                   NECESSARY.CAUTION!!!. RAPID DILUTION OF
                                   THE SPILL WITH WATER TO <50% WILL REDUCE
                                   THE AMOUNT OF FUMES GIVEN OFF.CAUTION!!!.
                                   CAREFULLY NEUTRALLIZE THE DILUTE LIQUID
                                   WITH CAUSTIC SODA, LIME OR OTHER ALKALINE
                                   MATERIAL.COLLECT AND CONTAIN IN SUITABLE
                                   DISPOSAL CONTAINERS.PREVENT RUNOFF INTO
                                   DRAINS, SEWERS, AND OTHER WATERWAYS.REPORT
                                   AS PER REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS.
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                      SECTION 07: HANDLING AND STORAGE
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HANDLING PROCEDURES AND............AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES, SKIN, AND
EQUIPMENT                          CLOTHING.KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT, SPARKS, AND
                                   OPEN FLAME.USE ONLY WITH ADEQUATE
                                   VENTILATION.KEEP CONTAINERS CLOSED OR
                                   SEALED.CAUTION!. WHEN DILUTING, SLOWLY ADD
                                   ACID TO WATER WHILE STIRRING, NEVER ADD
                                   WATER TO ACID. ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE
                                   CLOTHING AND WASH THOROUGHLY AFTER
                                   HANDLING. EMPTY CONTAINERS RETAIN VAPOUR
                                   AND PRODUCT RESIDUE.DURING DILUTION CARE
                                   SHOULD BE EXERCISED WHEN ADDING ACID TO
                                   WATER TO PREVENT SPLATTERING AND HEAT
                                   BUILDUP.MAINTAIN A GOOD PERSONAL HYGIENE.
STORAGE NEEDS......................FLAMMABLE HYDROGEN GAS CAN BE GENERATED IN
                                   METAL STORAGE CONTAINERS.KEEP AWAY FROM
                                   HEAT, SPARKS, AND OPEN FLAMES.KEEP THE
                                   CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED WHEN NOT IN
                                   USE.DIKING STORAGE TANKS IS
                                   RECOMMENDED.UNLINED CARBON STEEL STORAGE
                                   TANKS IN HF SERVICE MAY BE SUBJECT TO
                                   INDISCRIMINATE HYDROGEN BLISTERING AND
                                   SHOULD, THEREFORE, BE ROUTINELY INSPECTED
                                   AND REPAIRED IF NEEDED. NON-DESTRUCTIVE
                                   TANK THICKNESS TESTING (NDT) SHOULD BE
                                   UTILIZED FOR PERIODIC CHECKS OF TANK WALL
                                   THICKNESS.STORE AWAY FROM INCOMPATIBLE
                                   MATERIALS.STORE IN A COOL AND
                                   WELL-VENTILATED AREA.
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              SECTION 08: EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
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      GLOVES/ TYPE.................GAUNTLET GLOVES.
EXPOSURE GUIDELINES:...............3 PPM - CEILING (TLV ACGIH); 3 PPM - TWA,
                                   6 PPM - STEL (PEL OSHA).
      RESPIRATORY/TYPE.............USE NIOSH APPROVED RESPIRATOR FOR HF GAS
                                   OR MISTS.SOME EXPOSURES MAY REQUIRE NIOSH
                                   APPROVED, SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING
                                   APPARATUS OR AIR-SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR.
      EYE/TYPE.....................AS AMINIMUM WEAR HAT, CHEMICAL SAFETY
                                   GOGGLES (PLASTIC LENSES), FULL FACE
                                   SHIELD.DO NOT WEAR CONTACT LENSES.FOR
                                   INCRESED PROTECTION, USE AIR-SUPPLIED ACID
                                   HOOD.
      FOOTWEAR/TYPE................BOOTS.
      CLOTHING/TYPE................ACID SUIT WITH HOOD.FOR INCREASED
                                   PROTECTION, USE AIR-SUPPLIED TOTALLY
                                   ENCAPSULATING CHEMICAL PROTECTIVE SUIT.
      OTHER/TYPE...................EYE BATH AND SAFETY SHOWER.EYEWASH AND
                                   QUICK-DRENCH SHOWER FACILITIES, PROTECTED
                                   FROM FEEZING, SHOULD BE AVAILABLE WHERE HF
                                   IS STORED AND HANDLED.
ENGINEERING CONTROLS...............VENTILATE ADEQUATELY.SUFFICIENT TO REDUCE
                                   VAPOUR AND ACID MISTS BELOW PERMISSIBLE
                                   TLV LEVELS.PACKAGING AND UNLOADING AREAS
                                   AND OPEN PROCESSING EQUIPMENT MAY REQUIRE
                                   MECHANICAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS.
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                SECTION 09: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
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PHYSICAL STATE.....................LIQUID.
ODOUR..............................SHARP. PUNGENT.
ODOUR THRESHOLD....................N.AV.
VAPOUR PRESSURE (MMHG).............110. @21 C.
VAPOUR DENSITY (AIR=1).............10%,. 18%,. 30%,. 52% - N.AV.70% -. 1.76 @
                                   80 (F). 2.21 @ 70 (F).
EVAPORATION RATE...................N.AP.
BOILING POINT......................10%,. 18%,. 30%,. 52% - N.AV.70% -. 66 (C).
PH.................................N.AP.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY (WATER=1).........10% - N.AV.18%,. 30% - ~1.1. 52% - ~1.2.
                                   70% -. 1.25. @4 C.
SOLUBILITY IN WATER (% W/W)........COMPLETE.
COEFFICIENT OF WATER/OIL DIST......N.AV.
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                    SECTION 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
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CHEMICAL STABILITY:................
      YES..........................PRODUCT STABLE UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS OF
                                   TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE.
      NO, WHICH CONDITIONS?........
COMPATABILITY WITH OTHER...........
SUBSTANCES:
      YES..........................
      NO, WHICH ONES?..............GLASS, CONCRETE, AND OTHER
                                   SILICONE-BEARING MATERIALS: YIELD SILICON
                                   TETRAFLUORIDE GAS. PRESSURE BUILD-UP FROM
                                   THIS PROCESS HAS BEEN KNOWN TO BLOW UP
                                   GLASS CONTAINERS.CARBONATES, SULPHIDES,
                                   AND CYANIDES: YIELD TOXIC GASES: CARBON
                                   DIOXIDE, HYDROGEN SULPHIDE AND HYDROGEN
                                   CYANIDE.ALKALIS, SOME OXIDES, FLUORINE,
                                   AND OTHER WATER-REACTIVE MATERIALS; CAUSE
                                   STRONG EXOTHERMIC REACTIONS THAT CAN BE
                                   VIOLENT.CORROSIVE TO MANY MATERIALS,
                                   INCLUDING LEATHER, RUBBER AND MANY
                                   ORGANICS.CONSIDERBLE HEAT IS EVOLVED AND A
                                   VIOLENT REACTION CAN OCCUR WHEN WATER IS
                                   ADDED TO HF.
HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS OF..............BOILS AWAY AS:. HYDROGEN FLUORIDE. WATER.
DECOMPOSITION
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                    SECTION 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
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EXPOSURE LIMIT OF MATERIAL.........ACGIH. 3 PPM - TLV, CEILING.
LC 50 OF MATERIAL, SPECIES &.......INHALATION:. 5,100 PPM/5 MIN., 1,300
ROUTE                              PPM/60 MIN. (RAT); 6,247 PPM/5 MIN.
                                   (MOUSE).
LD 50 OF MATERIAL, SPECIES &.......N.AV.
ROUTE
CARCINOGENICITY OF MATERIAL........NONE.
REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS...............NONE.
IRRITANCY OF MATERIAL..............SKIN: 2% SOLUTION OF HF WAS CORROSIVE TO
                                   RABBIT SKIN WITH 1 HOUR EXPOSURE, BUT NOT
                                   WITH 1 MINUTE EXPOSURE.CORROSIVE. (EYES,
                                   SKIN - RABBIT).
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS:...............PROLONGED EXPOSUE CAN CAUSE BONE AND JOINT
                                   CHANGES IN HUMANS.(FLUOROSIS - MOTTLING OF
                                   TEETH AND BONES).
SENSITIZING CAPABILITY OF..........N.AV.
MATERIAL
SYNERGISTIC MATERIALS..............NONE.
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                    SECTION 12: ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
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ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICITY.............AQUATIC TOXICITY:. 60
INFORMATION                        PPM/FISH/LETHAL/FRESH WATER. (TIME PERIOD
                                   NOT SPECIFIED).
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                     SECTION 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
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WASTE DISPOSAL.....................IN ACCORDANCE WITH MUNICIPAL, PROVINCIAL
                                   AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.
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                      SECTION 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION
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UN NUMBER..........................1790.
TDG CLASSIFICATION.................8 (6.1) (9.2).
PACKING GROUP......................I.
SPECIAL SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS...........CLASS 9.2.....APPLIES ONLY TO
                                   CONTAINERS WHICH CONTAIN A REGULATED LIMIT
                                   (RL)........P.G...... REFER TO %.
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                     SECTION 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION
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WHMIS CLASSIFICATION...............D1A. E.
CPR COMPLIANCE.....................THIS PRODUCT HAS BEEN CLASSIFIED IN
                                   ACCORDANCE WITH THE HAZARD CRITERIA OF THE
                                   CPR AND THE MSDS CONTAINS ALL THE
                                   INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE CPR.
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                        SECTION 16: OTHER INFORMATION
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N.AV.=NOT AVAILABLE................
N.AP.=NOT APPLICABLE...............
PREPARED BY........................Regulatory Affairs
DATED..............................06181998



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