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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)






TRAP-KLEEN




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




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



����
7360 COMMERCIAL WAY





Telephone Number for Information �����



���� (702) 564-6454 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)




SILICIC ACID, DISODIUM SALT (SODIUM METASILICATE)
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Section III�Physical/Chemical Characteristics




Boiling Point�
�����������������������
N/A








Specific Gravity (H20 = 1)




��������
N/A




Vapor Pressure (mm Hg) ��������
N/A








Melting Point




��� UNKNOWN




Vapor Density (AIR = 1) ����������
N/A








Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate = 1)




���������
N/A




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




Appearance and Odor� �����������
ORANGE GRANULES WITH PINE TYPE ODOR (TURNS GREEN WITH WATER)





Section IV�Fire and Explosion Hazard Data




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




Flammable Limits




LEL ��NONE




UEL ����NONE




Extinguishing Media�
��������������������������
NONE




Special Fire Fighting Procedures
�����������NONE









Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards
������NONE








(Reproduce locally)
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Section V�Reactivity Data





Stability




Unstable








Conditions to Avoid








Stable




�������� X




FLAMMABLE HYDROGEN GAS MAY BE PRODUCED ON
PROLONGED CONTACT WITH METALS SUCH AS ALUMINUM, TIN, LEAD, AND ZINC.





Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid)
�������������
CONCENTRATED ACIDS




Hazardous Decomposition or Byproducts
�����NONE




Hazardous

Polymerization





May Occur








Conditions to Avoid��������








Will Not Occur




���������
X




��������
NONE




Section VI�Health Hazard Data




Route(s) of Entry




Inhalation? �������
NO




Skin? �����������
NO




Ingestion? ������
YES




Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic)



EYES CONTACT - CORROSIVE - CAN CAUSE BURNS: FLUSH
EYES IMMEDIATELY WITH PLENTY OF WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES. CALL A
PHYSICIAN.




SKIN CONTACT - CORROSIVE - CAN CAUSE BURNS:�
PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH SKIN CAUSES IRRITATION.� WASH SKIN OFF
WITH WATER.




INGESTION: IF SWALLOWED, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.� GIVE
LARGE QUANTITIES OF WATER.� GIVE AT LEAST ONE OUNCE OF VINEGAR IN EQUAL
AMOUNTS OF WATER.� CONSULT PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.�






INHALATION - CORROSIVE - CHANCE OF CAUSING BURNS
TO RESPIRATORY TRACT BY INHALING GRANULES SLIGHT.




Carcinogenicity ��������




NTP? ������������
NO




IARC Monographs? �����
NO




OSHA Regulated? ���NO








Signs and Symptoms of Exposure ��������
BURNING AND/OR REDNESS OF SKIN OR EYES








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




SWEEP, SCOOP, OR VACUUM UP AND STORE DISCHARGED
MATERIAL. FLUSH RESIDUE WITH WATER.








Waste Disposal Method ��
NEUTRALIZE WITH DILUTE ACID SUCH AS VINEGAR OR CITRIC ACID AND LANDFILL SOLIDS
ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.�









Precautions to Be Taken in Handling and
Storing
������STORE AT TEMPERATURES
BETWEEN 0oF AND 110oF








Other Precautions ��WEAR
GLOVES AND FACE SHIELD




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Section VII�Control Measures




Respiratory Protection (Specify Type)
���������NONE REQUIRED





Ventilation




Local Exhaust ������������������
NONE REQUIRED




Special�������
NONE REQUIRED








Mechanical (General) ���������
NONE REQUIRED




Other �FUMES WON�T CAUSE
RESPIRATORY PROB.




Protective Gloves� RUBBER WHERE
CONTACT LIKELY




Eye Protection�������
GOGGLES AND/OR FACE SHIELD




Other Protective Clothing or Equipment
��SAFETY SHOWER AND/OR EYEWASH FOUNTAIN SHOULD BE AVAILABLE





Work/Hygienic Practices
WASH

THOROUGHLY AFTER HANDLING.� WASH CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEFORE RE-USE





























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