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Zinc fluoride
Zinc fluoride
Zinc fluoride

Part One Chemical and Corporate Identity


GG gt; product identification
Product Chinese name zinc fluoride
Product English name zinc,difluoride
Alias anhydrous zinc fluoride
CAS No.7783-49-5
EC No.
232-001-9
Molecular formula F2Zn
GG gt; Product recommendation and restricted use
The recommended use of the product is used for ceramic glaze, electroplating; used as wood impregnant, brazing agent and analytical reagent.
Please consult the manufacturer for restricted uses of the product.
GG gt; SDS provider information
Name of applicant Lianyungang Sunny Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.
Address of applicant unit Gaoxin 8th Road, Dapu Industrial Zone, Lianyungang Economic and Technological Development Zone
Production unit name Lianyungang Sunny Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.
Address of production unit, Gaoxin 8th Road, Dapu Industrial Zone, Lianyungang Economic and Technological Development Zone

Part Two Hazard Identification

According to the United Nations GHS (Sixth Revised Edition) regulations, the hazard category and label elements of the product are as follows:

GG gt; GHS hazard category

Skin corrosion/irritation category 2

Serious eye loss/eye irritation category 1
Serious eye damage/eye irritation category 1
Specific target organ toxicity single exposure category 3

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GG gt; GHS label elements

Pictograms
Signal word
Danger
GG gt; Hazard statement
H315 Causes skin irritation.
H318 Causes serious eye damage.
H335 can cause respiratory irritation
GG gt; precautionary statement
Precaution
P264 Wash thoroughly after operation.
P280 Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
P261 Avoid breathing dust/fume/gas/mist/vapor/spray.
P271 can only be used outdoors or in a well-ventilated place.
Incident response
P302+P352 If on skin: Wash thoroughly with water.
P332+P313 If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention.
P362+P364 Take off the contaminated clothing and wash it before reuse
P305+P351+P338 If in eyes: Rinse carefully with water for several minutes. If you wear contact lenses and can be easily removed, take out the contact lenses. Continue to rinse.
P310 Call the detoxification center/doctor immediately
P304+P340 If inhaled by mistake: Move the person to a place with fresh air and keep a comfortable position for breathing.
P312 If you feel unwell, call the detoxification center/doctor
Safe storage:
P403+P233 Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep the container tightly closed.
P405 The storage place must be locked.


Disposal

P501 Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local regulations.

The third part of the composition / composition information

Component content (mass fraction, %) CAS No.EC No.
Zinc fluoride 997783-49-5232-001-9

Part IV First Aid Measures

GG gt; Description of first aid measures
General recommended first aid measures are usually needed, please show this SDS to the doctor who arrives at the scene.
In case of eye contact, rinse thoroughly with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention if you feel unwell.
Take off contaminated clothing immediately after skin contact. Wash the skin with plenty of soap and water. Seek medical attention if you feel unwell.
Ingestion
Those who take it by mistake should have stomach lavage and seek medical attention immediately.
Inhalation quickly leave the scene to fresh air, give oxygen when breathing is difficult, artificial respiration when breathing stops, and seek medical attention.


The protection of emergency personnel ensures that medical personnel understand the hazard characteristics of the product and take self-protection measures to protect themselves and prevent the spread of pollution.

GG gt; the most important symptoms and effects, acute and delayed

1 Limited evidence suggests that repeated or long-term occupational exposure may have cumulative health effects involving organs or biochemical systems.

GG gt; Description of emergency medical treatment and special treatment

1 Perform targeted treatment according to the symptoms that appear.

2 Note that the symptoms may be delayed.

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GG gt; Extinguishing media


Part 5 Fire Fighting Measures

Suitable extinguishing media: dry powder, carbon dioxide or alcohol-resistant foam.
Inappropriate extinguishing media, avoid using too strong water vapor to extinguish the fire, because it may spread the fire.

GG gt; Special hazards from this substance or mixture

1 Toxic fumes may be released when burned.

2 The container may explode when heated.

3 A container exposed to fire may leak its contents through a pressure relief valve.

4 Heat or contact with flame may cause expansion or explosive decomposition.

GG gt; Advice for firefighters

1 When extinguishing a fire, wear a breathing mask ((conforms to MSHA/NIOSH requirements or equivalent)) and wear full protective clothing.

2 Put out the fire at a safe distance and with adequate protection.

3 Prevent fire water from polluting the surface and groundwater system.

Part VI Emergency Treatment of Leakage

GG gt; Protective measures for workers, protective equipment and emergency procedures

1 Ensure adequate ventilation. Remove all ignition sources.

2 Quickly evacuate personnel to a safe area, away from the leakage area and in the upwind direction.

3 Use personal protective equipment. Avoid breathing vapor, smoke, gas or dust.

GG gt; Environmental protection measures

1 While ensuring safety, take measures to prevent further leakage or overflow.

2 Avoid discharge into the surrounding environment.

GG gt; The containment and removal methods of the spilled chemicals and the disposal materials used

1 In case of a small amount of leakage, dry sand or inert absorbent materials can be used to absorb the leakage. In case of a large amount of leakage, a dike shall be built to control it.

2 Attachments or collections should be stored in suitable airtight containers and disposed of in accordance with relevant local laws and regulations.

3 Remove all ignition sources, and use spark-proof tools and anti-riot equipment.

Part Seven Operation and Storage

GG gt; Operation precautions

1 Operate in a well-ventilated place.

2 Wear suitable personal protective equipment.

3 Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

4 Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames and hot surfaces.

5 Take measures to prevent the accumulation of static electricity.

GG gt; Storage precautions

1 Keep the container tightly closed.

2 Store in a dry, cool and ventilated place.

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3 Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames and hot surfaces.

4 Store away from incompatible materials and food containers.

Part VIII Exposure Control/Personal Protection

GG gt; control parameters

Occupational exposure limit

no data

Biological limit

no data

Monitoring method

1EN 14042 Workplace air is used to assess exposure to chemical or biological agents.

2GB16297-1996 TJ36-79.

GG gt; Engineering Control

1 Maintain adequate ventilation, especially in enclosed areas.

2 Ensure that there are eyewash and shower facilities near the workplace.

3 Use explosion-proof electrical appliances, ventilation, lighting and other equipment.

4 Set up emergency evacuation channels and necessary risk relief areas.

GG gt; personal protective equipment

Eye protection Wear chemical goggles (in accordance with EU EN 166 or US NIOSH standards).
Hand protection Wear chemical protective gloves (such as butyl rubber gloves). It is recommended to choose to pass the EU EN 374, the US US F739 or
Protective gloves tested to AS/NZS 2161.1 standards.

Respiratory system protection If the vapor concentration exceeds the occupational exposure limit or irritation or other symptoms occur, please use a full-face multifunctional gas mask
(US) or AXBEK type (EN 14387) gas mask tube.

Skin and body protection Wear flame-retardant anti-static protective clothing and anti-static protective boots.

Part 9 Physical and Chemical Properties

Appearance and properties: white crystalline powder Odor: no data
Odor threshold: no data pH value: no data
Melting point/freezing point (℃): 872 Initial boiling point and boiling range (℃): 1497
Flash point (℃) (closed cup): not applicable Evaporation rate: not applicable
Flammability: No data. Upper/lower explosion limit [%(v/v)]: Upper limit: No data; Lower limit: No data
Steam pressure (MPa): 0.13kPa (970℃) Steam density (g/mL): Not applicable
Relative density (g/cm³): 4.84 (25℃) Solubility: slightly soluble in cold water, soluble in hot water and hot acid, insoluble in alcohol
Partition coefficient of n-octanol/water: not available Auto-ignition temperature (℃): not available
Decomposition temperature (℃): no data Kinematic viscosity (mm2/s): not applicable
Particle characteristics: no data

Part 10 Stability and Reactivity

Reactive and incompatible materials can decompose or other chemical reactions when contacted.
Chemical stability is stable under correct usage and storage conditions.
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Possibility of dangerous reactions

Conditions to avoid

Incompatible materials

Hazardous decomposition products


no data

Incompatible materials, heat, flames and sparks.

no data

Under normal storage and use conditions, hazardous decomposition products will not be produced. High temperature combustion and decomposition produce hydrogen fluoride.


Part 11 Toxicological Information

GG gt; Acute toxicity

Components CAS No. LD50 (oral) LD50 (transdermal) LC50 (inhalation, 4h)

Zinc fluoride 7783-49-5250mg/kg (rat) No information No information


GG gt; skin corrosion/irritation

no data

GG gt; serious eye damage/irritation

no data

GG gt; skin sensitization

no data

GG gt; respiratory sensitization

no data

GG gt; Germ cell mutagenicity

no data

GG gt; Carcinogenicity

IDCAS No. component IARCNTP

17783-49-5 Zinc fluoride not listed not listed

GG gt; Reproductive toxicity

no data

GG gt; Reproductive toxicity additional hazard

no data

GG gt; Specific target organ toxicity-single exposure

no data

GG gt; Specific target organ toxicity-repeated exposure

no data

GG gt; Inhalation hazard

no data


Part XII Ecological Information

GG gt; Acute aquatic toxicity

Component CAS No. Fish Crustaceans Algae/Aquatic Plants

Manganese chloride 7783-49-5 No information No information No information


GG gt; Chronic aquatic toxicity

no data

GG gt; other information


Persistence and degradability

Bioaccumulation

Mobility in soil

Results evaluation of PBT and vPvB

no data

no data

no data

Manganese chloride does not meet the classification criteria of PBT and vPvB in Annex XIII of EU Regulation No 1997/2006.


Part XIII Disposal

Refer to relevant national and local laws and regulations before disposing of waste chemicals. It is recommended to use incineration for disposal.
Contaminated packaging packaging may still have residual hazards after being emptied. Keep away from heat and fire, and return it to the supplier for recycling if possible.
use.
Please refer to the "Waste Disposal" section for disposal precautions.

Part 14 Transportation Information

Shipping label
Marine pollutants
UN Dangerous Goods Number 9158
(UN No.)

UN proper shipping name 15 (hazardous goods)
Transport main hazard categories 6.1
Transport minor hazard category none
Packing category Ⅲ

Part 15 Regulatory Information

GG gt; International Chemical List

Component EINECSTSCADSLIECSCNZIoCPICCSKECIAICSENCS

Zinc fluoride √√√√√√×√√

【EINECS】Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances in Europe


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[TSCA] [DSL] [IECSC] [NZIoC] [PICCS] [KECI] [AICS] [ENCS]


US TSCA Chemical Substance List

Canadian Domestic Chemical Substance List

List of Existing Chemical Substances in China

New Zealand Existing Temporary Chemical Substance List

Philippine inventory of chemicals and chemical substances

List of Existing Chemical Substances in Korea

Australia Existing Chemical Substance List

List of Existing and New Chemical Substances in Japan

Note

"√" means the substance is listed in the regulations

"×" means no information or not listed in regulations

Part Sixteen Other Information

Compilation date 2016/09/29
Revision date 2016/09/29
Reason for revision-

GG gt; Disclaimer

The format of this safety data sheet meets the requirements of the sixth revised edition of the United Nations GHS system. The data comes from an international authoritative database. Other information is based on the company's current knowledge. We try our best to ensure the accuracy of all the information in it, but due to the diversity of information sources and the limitations of the company's knowledge, this document is only for users' reference. The user of the safety data sheet should judge the rationality of the relevant information according to the purpose of use. We are not responsible for any damages caused by the operation, storage, use or disposal of this product.


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