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Etchall Glass Etching Paste
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of Last Revision:
etchall etching creme
Sizes: 1 fluid ounce (29
fluid ounces (118 milliliters)
fluid ounces (473 milliliters)
fluid ounces (946 milliliters)
Classification: UN# 2817, III, 8, 6.1
AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
The thickeners in the creme do not allow the
to be soluble, but the product can be
3 PPM as F 25 PPM as
2.5 mg/m3 as F 35PPM
AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
ROUTES OF ENTRY:
Eyes, Skin, Ingestion, Inhalation. Avoid contact with mucous membranes
and open cuts on skin. If there
are no open cuts, creme will cause no harm to skin if it is washed off with
soap and water within one minute.
If eye contact occurs, immediately flush eyes with plenty of
water for 15 minutes, holding eyelids apart to ensure flushing of
entire eye surface. Seek medical
attention if irritation persists.
Drink 1-2 glasses of milk or water.
Flush with water as soon as possible after contact with skin if irritation is
apparent. Always wash skin after
contact with creme. Wash skin
well with soap and water and apply a soothing ointment like Neosporin or
Excessive inhalation due to long term and close
proximity to material can cause irritation to the upper respiratory
/ SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE:
Could irritate sinuses if exposed for an extended period of time.
A fume-type respirator would be recommended under these conditions.
In case of contact with eye or skin, flush well with water.
Extremely toxic if taken internally.
If swallowed, drink one or two glasses of milk or water.
Seek medical attention immediately.
AND SYMPTOMS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE:
Skin irritant. Eye irritant. Harmful
or fatal if swallowed. May be
harmful by breathing dusts or mists. Contact
may result in blistering or ulcers of skin.
Contact may result in severe eye pain and impairment of vision.
AND SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE:
Exposure may result in damage to bones and ligaments.
Chronic exposure may result in bone changes with associated joint
KNOWN CARCINOGENICITY. NOT KNOWN
TO AGGRAVATE ANY PRE-EXISTING MEDICAL CONDITIONS.
special fire fighting procedures required.
No special extinguishing media required.
Excessive heat may release toxic corrosive gases.
WILL GEL WITH AGE.
Polymerization Products: None
Stable, avoid excessive heating, strong acids, and alkalis
Conditions to Avoid: None
(Materials to Avoid): None
Decomposition Products: None
product out of reach of children:
Store only in plastic containers such as polyethylene, polypropylene or
polyvinyl chloride at temperatures between 65 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit (18
degrees to 30 degrees Celsius). Crystals
will form in product at temperatures below 65 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees
Celsius), but will dissolve when product temperature is raised above 65
degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius).
A moderate amount of product can be flushed down sewer with plenty of
water. Flush with water or
neutralize with lime. If a large
quantity is being disposed of, comply with all federal, state, and local
regulations. No special spill
Local exhaust, normal ventilation.
Wear impermeable protective gloves.
Wear goggles when there is danger of splattering (i.e. cleanup and
washing down of spills). Wear a
plastic apron or work-type clothing. Wash
hands and exposed skin after contact. Use
a NIOSH-certified mask for dusts or mists.
& B Products, Inc. ‘s etchall etching creme contains 20% ammonium
bifluoride by weight and has a pH of 5.2.
The information herein is given in good faith but no warranty, expressed or implied is made.