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Sodium Percarbonate


MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

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PRODUCT NAME:Sodium Percarbonate

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Ingredients/Identity Information

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Ingredient:SODIUM PERCARBONATE CAS Number: 15630-89-4 TLV-TWA 10 mg/m3 PEL-TWA 15 mg/m3 90%

SODIUM CARBONATE TLV-TWA 10 mg/m3 PEL-TWA 15 mg/m3 10%

Physical/Chemical Characteristics

Appearance And Odor: WHITE SOLID, GRANULAR; ODORLESS

Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point: NON-COMBUSTIBLE Upper Explosive Limit: N/A Extinguishing Media: WATER, WATER FOG, CARBON DIOXIDE (CO*2), DRY CHEMICAL. Special Fire Fighting Proc: USE NIOSH APPROVED SCBA AND FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (FP N). Unusual Fire And Expl Hazrds: NONE.

Reactivity Data

Stability: YES Cond To Avoid (Stability): High Heat . Materials To Avoid: Strong Oxidizing agents. Hazardous Decomp Products: Oxides of Carbon.

Hazardous Poly Occur: NO

Health Hazard Data Route Of Entry - Inhalation: YES Route Of Entry - Skin: YES Route Of Entry - Ingestion: YES Health Haz Acute And Chronic: Eye Contact: Irritating to the eyes. Effewcts may be delayed. SKIN CONTACT: Irritating to the skin. INHALATION: May cause respiratory irritation. Ingestion: Harmful if ingested. Carcinogenicity - NTP: NO Carcinogenicity - IARC: NO Carcinogenicity - OSHA: NO Explanation Carcinogenicity: NOT RELEVANT Signs/Symptoms Of Overexp: SEE HEALTH HAZARDS. Med Cond Aggravated By Exp: NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER. Emergency/First Aid Proc: EYES: FLUSH W/WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MIN. IF IRRIT OCCURS & PERSISTS, OBTAIN MED ATTN. SKIN: WASH W/PLENTY OF SOAP & WATER. GET MED ATTN IF IRRIT OCCURS & PERSISTS. INHAL: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF BREATHING DFCLTY OR DISCOMFORT OCCURS & PERSISTS, OBTAIN MED ATTN. INGEST: DRINK PLENTY OF WATER. NEVER GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO UNCON PERSON. IF ANY DISCOMFORT PERSISTS, OBTAIN MED ATTN.

Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Steps If Matl Released/Spill: SWEEP UP AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE FOR SALVAGE OR DISPOSAL. WASH AWAY RESIDUE WITH WATER. Neutralizing Agent: NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER. Waste Disposal Method: IF MATERIAL CANNOT BE SALVAGED, AN ACCEPTABLE METHOD IS TO DISPOSE OF UNCONTAMINATED PRODUCT INTO A SECURED LANDFILL I/A/ W ALL LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS. EMPTY CONTAINERS MAY BE INCINERATED OR DISCARDED AS GENERAL TRASH. Precautions-Handling/Storing: STORE IN A COOL, DRY AREA, AWAY FROM OXIDIZING AGENTS . USE GENERAL ROOM DILUTION OR LOCAL EXHAUST VENT WHEN EXCESSIVE DUST IS EXPECTED IN THE WORK ENVIRONMENT. Other Precautions: USE AIR CONVEYING/ MECH SYSTEMS FOR BULK TRANSFER TO STORAGE. FOR MANUAL HNDLG OF BULK TRANSFER USE MECH VENT TO REMOVE AIRBORNE DUST FROM RAILCAR, SHIP OR TRUCK. USE NIOSH APPRVD RESP PROT WHEN VENT SYSTEMS ARE NOT AVAILABLE.

Control Measures

Respiratory Protection: WEAR NIOSH APPROVED DUST RESPIRATOR IF EXCESSIVE VISIBLE DUST LEVELS ARE EXPECTED. Ventilation: USE LOCAL OR GENERAL ROOM VENTILATION TO CONTROL AIRBORNE DUST THAT MAY BE GENERATED INTO THE WORK ENVIRONMENT. Protective Gloves: GENERAL PURPOSE GLOVES. Eye Protection: ANSI APPRVD CHEM WORKERS GOGGLES (FP N). Other Protective Equipment: ANSI APPROVED EYE WASH & DELUGE SHOWER (FP N). FULL COVER CLOTHING. Work Hygienic Practices: MINIMIZE EYE AND SKIN CONTACT BY USING APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT.



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