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SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE

– We produce sodium hypochlorite at concentrations upto 13.5%.
– Sodium Hypochlorite is classified as oxidizer:
HEALTH HAZARDS:
NFPA Rating: Health 3; Flammability 0; Reactivity 0
Prolonged skin contact may cause dermatitis (rash), redness, dry and itching skin
Prolonged eyes exposure may cause permanent eye damage
Inhalation may result in pulmonary edema (fluid accumulation)
Ingestion results in severe abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting
FIRST AID MEASURES:
Inhalation: Immediately remove person to fresh air
If necessary, give artificial respiration
Seek medical attention immediately
Skin contact: Immediately remove contaminated clothing and shoes
Flush affected skin with gently lukewarm water fro 15 min
Obtain medical attention
Eye Contact: Flush eyes thoroughly with running water for at least 15 min
Obtain medical attention
Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting
If conscious, give plenty of liquids to drink

SODIUM HYDROXIDE

We produce Sodium Hydroxide at concentrations up to 32%
Sodium Hydroxide is classified as a corrosive liquid.
HEALTH HAZARDS:
NFPA Rating: Health 3; Fire 0; Reactivity 1.
Skin contact results in irritation and possible burns
Eye contact results in severeĀ  irritation, possible burns or permanent damage
Inhalation may cause respiratory track burns
Ingestion causes immediate chemical burns of the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach
FIRST AID MEASURES
Inhalation: Immediately remove person to fresh air
Provide emergency airway support
Give 100% humidified supplement oxygen
Seek medical attention immediately
Skin Contact: Immediately flush with fresh water for at least 15 min
Get medical attention promptly
Eye Contact: Immediately flush the eyes with large amounts of water for 30 min
Keep eyelids apart while flushing
Seek medical and ophthalmology attention immediately
Ingestion: If conscious, give water or milk immediately.
Do not administer more than 4 oz to kids or 8 oz to adults
Do not induce vomiting
Seek medical attention immediately

HYDROCHLORIC ACID

We produce Hydrochloric Acid at concentrations up to 34%

Hydrochloric Acid is classified as corrosive:
HEALTH HAZARDS:
NFPA Ratings: Health 3; Fire 0; Reactivity 1.
Skin Contact: Causes sever skin burns
Eye Contact: Rapidly causes serious eye damage
Ingestion: Causes severe damage to the mouth, throat, esophagus and stomach
Inhalation: Toxic if inhaled. Mist causes corrosive action on mucous membranes
FIRST AID MEASURES:
Inhalation: Move person to fresh air
Seek medical attention if necessary
Skin Contact: Rinse skin with fresh water for at least 15 min.
Extent of damage depends on duration of contact
Immediately flush with abundant fresh water
Get medical attention immediately
Eye Contact: Extent of damage depends on duration of contact
Permanent damage to the cornea may result
Flush with plenty of fresh water
Seek medical attention immediately
Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting
Wash mouth with water immediately and give water or milk
Seek medical attention immediately