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IDENTIFICATIQN

OOMIVIONiNAMEi AHE'dILOAL {ME:


l'tydiochloric. Aiid,! &u6oiis rHydiadhtd{o:Acid

CHEM}CAL.FORII.{ULA ,. HAZI\RD CIASS


HCI (qq)
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Corosive

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rTBg porsonlaq €orosrve

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() Fdl pi(8ilrdiandhdaw dlrti dlE_Bi]ing of metat Brts; ru$ arld i€salp remo,yat
- Fo.r hydrolyzhg starch and proteins in preparalions tor food
. .Aa.'spkils 6f salLs" for oloaning o, Ilme and mesoory trom nqw brlqkwork
As f[.lx ol lk]x component torsoldering; manuhclure ol,,kltlod spiriF'.

APPETAMNOE : CloaJ, coloiless to pate yeltow ODOUF : Sharp, sulfooating adpur

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COflPOSIVITY : hiohly coirosivato mbstmbt ils FLAMMABIITY r No:n flammable.

FL,q€H POINT i Not combuslible VAPOUB PBESSURE :< 24a kpa.@.250 C


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CHEMICAL ENT Y eni no. PROPORTION


Hydroihlbfic Aciai iaqz-or.o Min.33%
Fi6e Chloaine Max. l0 ppm
Max. 10.ppm

HEALTH INF.O.R-MATION

ii EFFEGT]S]'O F OVEg.EXPOSUFE

HEALTH EFfEqIS ;.

ACT1TE
SWALLOWED: Considaied -an uniikBly route oi enlry in commerclal/I]duSiriial
envirDnmenls. The liquh ls extremely corrosive ii swallewed and'ii
' cepable oI causing burns to rnouth, thioat, es6phagirs, wilh exireme
d,scomforl, pain and may be tatal il sr,vallowed in quantity. lngeslion
may result ih nausEa, abdominal irdlatlon, pain and Vomiting.

EYE QpN'laeT: Ey€t ppiriqot is e)dremoly painlul and may caqqe rapid cqrfieal
d;triegto, Th6 llquid is.extrem€ly corrosive itbl ha'eydi and capabl e- af
,eausiOg ieverc dqr-neg6. with loss ol sigtrt. The vapor is highly
lrdtatinO and may bo corrosive to ihe eyes. Thg vapor irom heatad
materiil is extremely kritating.

INHALEO: lnhalation
healed
uriitdrial iSl luogF
n \ij?rli, aa!sB,

SKIN : The llquid is extremely corrosivB to rhe skin and conract may carss
.ap;d lissue oestrucuon wilh sevBre bLrns il exposlre is prolonged.
The vapor js irr,tatlng to the skin. Bar6 unprotected sk'1 shoJ.o 1ol be
elpgs.ed tg this malerial. The rnaterail may aocentuate ary pie-
,i])(lsling €kirt condltion.

cHRol{rc
Hjdhl, odffirsiv.e and cbflsidered loxio by all exposure routes. Principai routes oi
exiiosuro if.e ustually by Skin conlact/eye pontacl wiih the liquid. As with any product
c.iaiact (rrlth unijroidded bare skin; inhalation ol vapor, mist or dusl in wolk place
atmosphei,ej oiiitestiohin aflfiorm;.sho.uld hO avoldbd by observjng {ood occupaiional
workrpiaiiuc€,
GpindodetiE
Yzl flaperproducts
EM.EBGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES

SWALLOWEE: Rinqe,m.o.l.Jlh olrt with plentyot water,.lf poisoning occurs, contact a doctbror poisons
information Q€nler ll swallowed, do NOT induce vomiiing. Give a glass ofwdter.

SK]N: lf this ptdduct comqs in contact with the skin, immediately ilush body and ctothes
with l?trge amdunts of waler, usitg safely shower, il avall;bte. Ouicliy remove all
contaminated clothing, including JoQh^/ear. Wash aiiected areas with water { and
soap if availablo ) for at leasl l5 minittes. Transport to hospitatoi doclor.

EYES : lI lhis prooJcL comes in conlact wilh tre eyes, immedidte.y ho.d lle eyes open and
wash continuously for at least 15 minutes with fresh running water. Eilure lrrigation
under eyelds by occasiona'ty lihing the Jpper and JoweJ [os. Transporr ro rosoira. or
doctor wilhour oeray. Ben-oval of conlacl enses a,ler a1 eye i-,uiy onoulo dnty be
underiaken by skilled perBonnel.

INHALED: ll fu/r.je9 At conbuqtlgn products are rnhated, removed 10 iresh a r. Lay patient dovvn.
K€ep warm :31d rcgeg. lf breathing is shalow or has siopped, ensuie ciear airway
alld appJy reFqscjtation. Tran$port to hospital or doctor.

FIBST AID FACILITIES : Eye / slio wash staiion.


ADVICE FOR DOCTOR :

Fot acute or short lerm repoalod oxposur.os to strong acidS :


1. Ain /ay. problems rnay arise ltom larynieal ed€ma and thhalation exposure. TTeat with ioo %
oxygen initially.
2, Respiratory distress may require cicothyroidoloirjy if endohacheal int!bation is conti.rtjndicated
by excessive swoll;ng.
3. lnkavenous ljnes sholtd be established immedialely in all cases where there is evidonce of
circulatory compromise.
4. Strong aclds produce a coagulalion neqosts characterjzed by,ormatlon of a coaguJum (sschar)
as a result of tho desiccat:no actior or t1e aco on p.ore,ns in specif:c tssues. "
L ,) lngestion:
1. lmmedla!> dilutlon .{inilk or lyate, ttviihil3o minrlle! pqstingestion isrecom menided.
2. D0 o..it atiemplla nqutrali*r the aOid:.Sinc_q eldthetmioieaition may extend the corrosivo injury.
3:.Becarbfultaiavoidludhbr"vorhitSihoere-erposurbol'themucoiiroiheacidish;;miui_Ltmir
lluids lo one or h^/o g.asses it an adu'1.
4, Crarcoalhas ro place in acid maragor.enr,
5. Some autnors sLggesl the Lse oi tavdgo wi-in t hoJr oi .ngesrro l
Skin '
_, Skin lesions requke cooious saline irr'gation. Treal chemicat ourns as lnerma bJrns with 1or-
adl'erent gauze and Mappinq.
2, Deep socold.degtee burns may beneljt Irom topical sitver sutfadiazihe.
Eye. :
1. Eyo i,l.Jries reqJrre 'el/action ol tne eyelds Lo ersu.e lho.oLg t irr:qalio.r or lne cor Lncj,Tal cul-
do-sacs, Irr:gal,on sl-oud lasl at least 20-30 ninutes. Do nor Jse neuratizing alenrs o. an7
olher additivris. Soveralliters ofsaline ar€ reouired- - -
GpindodelirE
E2l Faper products
2, Gyalop-l€fiia drpps.fl% cyclop.alolah for.sho.r,t iprm usB !7.r hqta=lt_opioe lor tonger term use)
aotibiatic dr'oFs, Vasgadn(ijdtive &eots of adioidl teais m-ay be indiiaied dep;ndent or th;
Severity ot lhe injury.
3. Sleroid eyo drops should only be adminlslered with the appr6valol a conslrlting oplhalmotogist.

FREQAUNONS FO.R USE


EXFOSUBE SIANDARD :
Ndi assigned tor mixtuie
Hydrogen Chlorlde
TLV C 75 mg/m3
:5 ppm,
IDLHLeyel : ppm 1..00
ES peak | 5 ppm;7.5 mg/m3
Note: deteclor tubes tor Hydrogen Chlortde, measudng in excess of 1 ppm, are aiailablerommbraialty.

ENGINEERING CONTNOL :
Use ih well venflated area and local exhaust ventltation requked. lt risk 6j inhatation or
ovprexposure gxiSis, wear SAA apploved respirator or work in fume hood. Hvdrooen Chloride
vapours w ll nol be adequarety absorbed by organic vaporrs .esp:rarors,

PEBSONAL PROTEOTION :

EYE : Chemical gogglesjluli face shield: .c,ontrrct lensos pose a speciat hazard; soft
lensBs may ah$ab kftants and alllenses conaentrate thom.'

HANDS/FEET i Ba(i6r cream and neoprene rubber gloves or pVC gloves or butyl rubbei
Oloves. PVC boots oiPVC salety gumboots or.safety footwear.

OTHER: O.p€rator ,shorjld be lreiFed iii Drocedures roi safe us oj this. materiat. Adid
reslslant overal,s or PVC apron or PVC protedive clothing. E;sure lnere is
ready access lo an emergency shower and oyewash unit. The local
( .., concentraliol ol malc al, qJanlity a1d condilions of ise oeLerm.ne lne lype of
persOnal protechve eoU'pmenl requireO. For fJrtl^er inlO.matio,r, consrt stte
specitic CHEMWATCT dal" (i'available) or yoJ. OccLparionat Hea[- and
Salety Advisqr.

SAFE HANDLING INFOBMATION

REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY :YES
INCOMPATIBILITY :
Strohg bas6sr metals, metal oxides, hydioiides, aminss, carbonates & other alkaline malertals,
cyanldeq sulfidos.
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pindodeli@
[aper products

EONDITIONSCONTBIB.UTING TO INSTAEILITY :
Conlaheis iiliiy bilirst wh€n heated.

FTAZAqDOUS 0ECOMPOSTTION PRODUCT :


Toxic gaaes and vaporssuch aschlorino rnay be released in afire involvihg hydrochtorlc acid.

CONDITIONS CONTRIBUTING TO HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:


[,4alerial is not known io polymerjze.

STORAGE & THANSPORT

tl SUITABLE CONTAINEB :
Packagirg a6 recomn ended by rarJ.actLrer, Cnec{ rhat contairers are c.edr,y tabeled. pdcks
ol 2,5 lilres or less reouire a child-resistart cosu'e. G'ass comaine. ot pasr;c ca.ooy or
Polylined drum are normally us6d.

STOBAGE INCOMPATIBILITY
Segregale from alkaiies, oxidizing agents and chemical readLty decomposed by acid, i.e.
cyanid€s, sulfides, carbonares, Avo:d storage witn metals, metal orioes, ;Jdroxio6s, an i,les,
carbonates, alkaline materials, aceric annyorioe. cyanides, sJ.fioes, sL:lires prospl;des.
aceryl;des. borides, carb:d6s, si.icates, viny. acetate. iornatdetyoe a10 potass:JT
perrranganate.

STOBAGE REOUIREMENI:
Floorshould be cover€d or coated wift acid resistant mate al. Stoie in origjnat containers. Keep
containe. securely sealed. Store in a cool, dry, welt-ventilated arei. Siore away frorir
incompatible materials and loodstulf containers. prorect containers against physicil d;mage
and direct sLrnlighi Check regularly lor teaks. Obse.ve manuiacturel storing'and handli;g
recommendations,

(,, TRANSPORTATION :
Class B j Corrosiye sh.all not be loaded in the same vehlcte ot packed in the same teight
conta no. w;lh :
Class 1 - explosives
C ass 4.3 - Dangerous when wet substances
Class 5.1. - Oxidizing agents
Class 5.2. - Organic Fieroxides
Class 7 - Radioaetive substatods
Class I - Acid onlv
Foodstutf and ompty ioodstuH conlainers

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL


It,IINOR SPILLS
DO NOT louch lhe so,l malerial clean Lp al, spi.tage immed:alety. Wea. fJlty protective pVC
clothing and breathing apparatus. Contain and dbsorb spillaoe with baind, earth, lnErtmatErial or
@pindodelirO
E a paper pro(lucts

vermiculite. use soda ash or slaked iime to neutrallze. Collect residues and place in lab6]ed
pLaBtic containers wilh vented lids.

MAJOR SPILLS
DQ NoT touch the,spill material qlqar qrea ol persoonel and move upwind. Alert.Fke Brigade
and tell. ihefl the- loqitllolt alrd raUre oJ hazard. Shlt oif all possrble sources. of ignilion and
increase ventilati-ofu Weai Joll ba-dy prpteitive clethirg wiih breathing apparatus. Prevenl, by
any r'ireans aivailatle, Spillaiie lrom ehleiing dfains Or'.water aoursE6. Coniain and absorb sp ll
wlth sand, earth, in6ri mateaial or vermicu ale. L,se soda ash or slaked lime, mixed and spray;d
witl^ wale', lo neutra.ize. DO NO] USE WATEB OB NFu-BALIZ\G AGE\TS
INDISCRIMINATELY ON LARGE SPILL. li coitaminaiion ol drains or waterways occurs as a
tesult of the abov6 aclions, advice emergenoy servicgs, Collect residue and place ln labeled
plastic containers with vented lids, waler spray or fog may be used to disperse vapour. CoLlect
recoverable product into laloled conlainers {or recycling.

DTSPOSAL
Becycle wherever possible. Consult manufacturer lor recycling options. Consult Slate Land
Wastq l\,4anagement Auihority for Disposal. Troat and neutralize at an effl!ent lrealment plant.
Bury residue in an aulhorized landlill. Decontaminate empty containers with a lime slLrrry.
Return empty containers to supplier or bury ernpty containers at an alrthorized landlill.

FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD

Non combustible liquid. Will not burn, bul heal produces highly toxic lumes/vapours. Heating may
causo expansion or demmposition leading lo violent rupture o, containers. Decomposes on heaiing
and.produces toxic Jumes. ol Hydrogen Chloride. Decomposilion may produce toxic fumes oi chlorine.

FLASH FOINT: None

SPECIAL PROTECTION PBOCEDURES : Wear Iull prolective clothing and NIOSH


Approved Self Brealhing AppaGtLrs lvjth Iull'
iace piece operated in the positive pressure
mode,

UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS


'
EXTINGUISH]NG IVIEOIA : li ii'iv6lved in aiire, Lrse Waierspray.

EXPLOSIVE LIMlTS: UPPER : Unknown / LOWER I Unknown

AUTOIGNIT]ON TEMPERATURE : Nonflammable

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