and Odor: Small white hygroscopic granules mixed with off white powder.
= N/A, Salt = 3515º F, 1935º C
in Water: Starch = negligible, Salt = Freely Soluble
Density: Starch = N/A, Salt = 64 lbs./lb.
Volatile By Weight @ 1750 deg F:
Starch = N/A, Salt = N/A
and Explosion Hazard:
Negligible fire and explosion hazard when exposed to heat or flame by
reaction with incompatible substances.
Nonflammable. Product dust
(starch) may form an explosive mixture with air.
Dry chemical, water spray, or foam.
For larger fires, use water spray fog or foam.
fighting: Nonflammable solids, liquids or gases: Cool containers that are exposed to flames with water from
the side until well after fire is out. For
massive fire in enclosed area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if
this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn.
Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device
or any discoloration of the tank due to fire.
(materials to avoid):
Oxidizing agents and metals (will corrode in aqueous solutions)
Decomposition or By-Products:
Oxides of carbon, addition of alkaline compounds may result is ammoniacal
Will not occur
normal conditions, Tyvek container will not allow product to create exposure
hazard. No special precautions are
required when containers remain intact. If containers are compromised, or if
containers are exposed to hazards which will allow compromise, the following
precautions should be observed:
Remove to fresh air immediately. If
breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration.
Keep affected person warm and at rest.
Get medical attention immediately.
Aid (Ingestion): If
large amounts have been ingested, give emetics to cause vomiting.
Stomach siphon may be applied as well.
Milk and fatty acids should be avoided.
Get medical attention immediately.
Aid (Eyes): Wash eyes immediately and carefully for 30 minutes
with running water, lifting upper and lower eyelids occasionally.
Get prompt medical attention.
Aid (Skin): To avoid repeated or prolonged contact with this chemical,
use good hygienic practices. Wash
with soap and a large amount of water. Get
medical attention if irritation or inflammation develops.
safety personnel of spills or leaks. Clean-up
personnel need protection against inhalation of dusts or fumes.
Eye protection is required. Place
in appropriate containers for disposal, keeping airborne particulates at a
minimum. Material is slippery when
Consult applicable local, state, and federal regulations to select the
method of disposal. Recover metal
components by reprocessing whenever possible.
Protection: Provide a NIOSH/MSHA jointly approved respirator in the
absence of proper environmental control. Contact
your safety equipment supplier for proper mask type.
IHG for the calcium salt is 10 mg/cu.in.
Provide general and/or local exhaust ventilation to keep exposures below
the TLV. Ventilation used must be
designed to prevent spots of dust accumulation or recycling of dusts.
Clothing: Wear protective clothing, including long sleeves and gloves,
to prevent repeated or prolonged skin contact.
Specific protective clothing is not required unless the contents of the
bag are exposed.
Protection: Chemical splash goggles designed in compliance with OSHA
regulations are recommended. Consult
your safety equipment supplier.
in a dry, well ventilated place, below 115 degrees F., away from a heat source.
Keep in tightly closed container. Protect
container from physical damage. Always
reseal container and protective moisture barrier liner after use.
Protection HMIS assigns choice of personal protective
equipment to the customer, as the raw material supplier is unfamiliar with the
condition of use.
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