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Material Safety Data Sheet






U.S.
Department of Labor




May be used to comply with



OSHA�s Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910
1200. Standard must be consulted for specific requirements.





Occupational Safety and Health Administration



(Non-Mandatory Form)



Form Approved



OMB No. 1218-0072




IDENTITY (as Used on Label and List)






GUARDIAN TILE CLEAN




Note: Blank spaces are not permitted. If any
item is not

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applicable or no information is available, the space

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must be marked to indicate that.




Section I




Manufacturer�s name
���



���� UNIT CHEMICAL CORPORATION




Emergency Telephone Number
����������




���� (800) 879-8648 or (702)
564-6454




Address (Number, Street, City, State and
ZIP Code)



����
7360 COMMERCIAL WAY





Telephone Number for Information
�����



���� (800) 841-1812 or (702)
564-6455




����
HENDERSON
,
NV

89
01
5





Date Prepared
����������������������������
DECEMBER 1, 2005









Signature of Preparer (optional)




Section II�Hazardous Ingredients/Identity Information




Hazardous Components (Specific Chemical Identity,
Common Name(s))






OSHA
PEL






ACGIH
TLV




Other Limits Recommended






%
(optional)




PHOSPHORIC ACID���������
CAS #7664-38-2
















































Section III�Physical/Chemical Characteristics




Boiling Point�
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225OF








Specific Gravity (H20 = 1)




��������
1.3




Vapor Pressure (mm Hg)
��������14








Melting Point




��������
N/A




Vapor Density (AIR = 1)
����������UNKNOWN









Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate = 1)




���������
N/A




Solubility in Water
�����������������
COMPLETE




Appearance and Odor�
�����������PINK GEL
WITH STAWBERRY/CHERRY FRAGRANCE




Section IV�Fire and Explosion Hazard Data




Flash Point (Method Used)
�����NONE (NON-FLAMMABLE)




Flammable Limits
NO




LEL
��NONE




UEL
����NONE




Extinguishing Media�
��������������������������
NON-FLAMMABLE




Special Fire Fighting Procedures
�����������WEAR
SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS WITH FULL FACE




PIECE AND FULL BODY PROTECTION.




Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards
������PRODUCT REACTS WITH MOST METALS TO RELEASE
HYDROGEN GAS




WHICH CAN FORM EXPLOSIVE MIXTURES WHEN EXPOSED TO
AIR.




(Reproduce locally)
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Section V�Reactivity Data





Stability




Unstable








Conditions to Avoid�����








Stable




�������� X




AVOID CONTACT WITH STRONG ALKALINES, ALKALI METALS




Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid)
�������������
METALS




Hazardous Decomposition or Byproducts
����




Hazardous

Polymerization





May Occur








Conditions to Avoid
����








Will Not Occur




���������
X




��������������������������
NONE




Section VI�Health Hazard Data




Route(s) of Entry




Inhalation?
�ABOVE 1800F




Skin?
�����������YES





Ingestion?
������YES




Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic)



EYES: CAUSES BURNS.� CONTACT WITH EYES IS
PAINFUL AND IRRITATING.� FLUSH EYES IMMEDIATELY WITH PLENTY OF WATER FOR
AT LEAST 15 MINUTES




SKIN:� CAUSES BURNS.� CONTACT WITH SKIN
IS PAINFUL AND IRRITATING.� WASH SKIN OFF IMMEDIATELY WITH PLENTY OF
WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES.




INGESTION:� SWALLOWING RESULTS IN DAMAGE TO
MUCOUS MEMBRANES.� IF SWALLOWED, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.� DILUTE BY
GIVING WATER OR MILK OF MAGNESIA.� GET MEDICAL ATTENTION AT ONCE.





Carcinogenicity
��������




NTP?
������������NO





IARC Monographs?
�����NO




OSHA Regulated?
���NO




THIS PRODUCT IS NOT CONSIDERED A CARCINOGEN BY
OSHA, NTP NOR IARC




Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
��������IRRITATION AND PAIN WHEN EYES
ARE CONTACTED WITH PRODUCT




��������������������������������������������������
IRRITATION AND PAIN WHEN SKIN COMES INTO PROLONGED CONTACT.





Medical Conditions

Generally Aggravated by Exposure
����� HAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED








Emergency and First Aid Procedures����
��ABOVE UNDER HEALTH HAZARDS








Section VII�Precautions for Safe Handling and Use




Steps to Be Taken in Case Material Is
Released or Spilled




1) NEUTRALIZE THE CONTAIMINED SURFACE WITH SODIUM
BIOCARBONATE OR SODA ASH (SCOOP UP AND




RINSE WITH WATER), OR 2) DILUTE WITH PLENTY OF
WATER




Waste Disposal Method
�FLUSH DOWN DRAIN WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER IN ACCORDANCE WITH





APPLICABLE REGULATIONS.




Precautions to Be Taken in Handling and
Storing
������
STORE IN A DRY PLACE

BETWEEN 50oF AND 120oF








Other Precautions
������������NONE









Section VII�Control Measures




Respiratory Protection (Specify Type)
���������NONE UNDER 1800
F




Ventilation




Local Exhaust
������������������
NONE UNDER 1800 F




Special�������
NO








Mechanical (General)
���������NONE UNDER 1800
F




Other
��������NO




Protective Gloves
NEOPREME, NITRILE, PVC OR PE




Eye Protection
������� REQUIRED




Other Protective Clothing or Equipment
�������NONE (NORMAL WORK CLOTHES)





Work/Hygienic Practices
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USE PRODUCT ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS ON LABEL




























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