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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)

Section 1. Chemical Identification


Sulfamic Acid
NHzSO:H
5329-14-16
Inorganic Acids

Chemical Name

Formula
CAS No
Chemical Family
Section 2. Ingredients

Sulfamic Acid
Percentage
CAS NO

< 100 wt%


5329-t4-6

Threshold Limit Values (TLV)


Hazard

Not Established
May cause eye burns, skin initation, moderately toxic

Other Components

< I wt%o
Not Available
Not Established
Not considered to present a carcinogenhazard

Percentage
CAS NO

Threshold Limit Values (TLV)


Hazard

Section 3. Physical Data


Solid
White crystalline powder
None
Not Available

State

Appearance

Odor
Boiling Point
Melting Point
Specific Gravity
Vapor Pressure
Vapor Density (Air:l)
Evaporation Rate
Metal Corrosivity (Aluminum)
Metal Corrosivity (Steel)
Stability

2050C

2.126
Not Applicable
Not Available
Not Available
A.212 incUyear
-0.814 inch/year
See condition to avoid
Store tightly closed in a dry place

Storage Precautions

Section 4. Fireo Explosion lJzzard and Reactivity Data


Flash

Point

Not Applicable

t:

Method
: Not Available
Flammability Limits
: Lower: Not Available, Upper: Not Available
Susceptibility to Spontaneous Heating: None
None
Shock Sensitivity
Not Determined
Autoignition
Media
Water or Dry Chemical
Extinguishing
Reacts violently with chlorine, fuming nitric acid, metal
Fire/Explosion Hazards
nitrates, metal nitrites
Hazardous Decomposition Products : May emit toxic fumes of sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides,
ammonia in fire
No
Oxidizer
Contract with chlorine or fuming nitric acid, metal
Conditions to Avoid
nitrates, metal nitrites, oxidizers, bases, extreme heat of
flame, excess moisture
Section 5. Health Hazard Data
Corrosive to eyes, skin and respiratory tract
Oral Rat LD50:3160 mg/kg it is moderately toxic
Ingestion, inhalation
Not Determined
Not Determined
Not Determined
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Cause eye burns, may cause irritation of skin, respiratory
tract, mouth, esophagus and gastrointestinal tract
Medical conditions Aggravated by Exposures : Pre-existing eye, skin, and respiratory tract
conditions

This Product May be


Acute Toxicity
Routes of Exposure
Target Organs
Chronic Toxicity
Routes of Exposure
Cancer Information
Routes of Exposure
Target Organs
Overexposure

Section 6. Precautionary Measures

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Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing


Do not breathe dust
Wash thoroughly after handling
Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame
Protective Equipment : Adequate ventilation, lab grade goggles, rubber gloves, lab coat

Section 7. First Aid


Eye skin

contract

Ingestion
Inhalation

for 15 minutes.
Removed contaminated clothing. Call Physician
: Do not induce vomiting. Give l-2 glasses of water. Call physician
immediately. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
: Remove to fresh air
: Immediately flush eyes and skin with water

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Section 8. Spill and Disposal Procedures

Cover contaminated surface with soda ash or sodium bicarbonate. Mix and add water if
necessary. Use litmus paper to make sure pH of slurry is neutral or add neutralizer until mizture
stop bubbling. Scoop up the slurry and wash the neutral waste down the drain with excess waterl
Wash the site with soda ash solution.
Section 9. Transportation Data
Proper Shipping Name
Hazard Class

Identification Number
DOT Emergency Guide #
Reportable Quantity (RQ)
Intemational

Sulfamic Acid, 8, UN2967, PG


8, PG III
LrN2967
154

III

Sulfamic Acid, 8, tIN2967, PG III,IMDG 82295