Lianyungang Qinglang Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.

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Lianyungang Sunny Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.

Contact: Manager Dong

Contact number: 13861438488

Address: Guanyun Industrial Park, Lianyungang City, Jiangsu

Website: www.qlhbmn.com


Manganese surface conditioners
Manganese surface conditioners
Manganese surface conditioners


Safety data sheet

Manganese table adjustment
Lianyungang Sunny Environmental Technology Co., Ltd.
Part One Chemical and Corporate Identity
GG gt; product identification
Product Chinese name ࠗ Manganese meter adjustment
Product English name
Alias manganese surface treatment agent
CAS No.
EC No.
Molecular formula

GG gt; Product recommendation and restricted use
Please consult the manufacturer for the recommended use of the product.
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
Part Two Hazard Identification
Acute Toxicity-Oral Category Hazardous to the Aquatic Environment-
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GG gt; Hazard statement
H301 Toxic if swallowed
H411
GG gt; precautionary statement
Precaution
Wash thoroughly after P264 operation.
P270 Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.
Avoid release of P273 to the environment.
Incident response
P330 gargle.
P391 collect spillage.
P301+P310 If swallowed by mistake: Call a poisoning emergency center or doctor immediately.
Safe storage
P405 storage must be locked.
Disposal
P501 Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations.
The third part of the composition / composition information
Component content (mass fraction, %) C AS No. EC No.
Manganese Phosphate
Sodium pyrophosphate 60
4039041-31-1
7722-88-5 231-767-1
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.
It is forbidden to induce vomiting when ingested, and do not feed anything from the mouth to an unconscious person. Call a doctor or poison control center immediately.
Move the patient to fresh air immediately and keep breathing smooth. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If the patient ingests or
Inhalation of this substance, do not perform mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration. If breathing stops. Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation immediately. Immediately
medical.
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 Note that the symptoms may be delayed.

Part 5 Fire Fighting Measures

Suitable extinguishing medium water, dry powder.
GG gt; Special hazards from this substance or mixture
1. Heat or contact with flame may cause expansion or explosive decomposition.
GG gt; Advice for firefighters
1 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 Use personal protective equipment. Avoid breathing vapor, smoke, gas or dust.
GG gt; Environmental protection measures
1. Avoid discharge into the surrounding environment.
GG gt; The containment and removal methods of the spilled chemicals and the disposal materials used
1 Remove all ignition sources, and use spark-proof tools and anti-riot equipment.
Part Seven Operation and Storage
GG gt; Operation precautions
1 Take measures to prevent the accumulation of static electricity.
GG gt; Storage precautions
1 Store in a dry, cool and ventilated place.
2 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
1GBZ/T 160.1~GBZ/T 160.81-2004 Determination of Toxic Substances in Workplace Air (series of standards).
GG gt; Engineering Control
1 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: pink or white crystalline powder Odor: no data
Odor threshold: no data pH value: 9~10
Melting point/freezing point (℃): not applicable Initial boiling point and boiling range (℃): not applicable
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): not applicable Steam density (g/mL): not applicable
Relative density (g/cm³): 1.2 (25℃) Solubility: slightly soluble in water
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.

Possibility of dangerous reactions not available
Conditions to avoid incompatible materials, heat, flames and sparks.
Incompatible materials not available
Hazardous decomposition products Under normal storage and use conditions, hazardous decomposition products will not be produced.

Part 11 Toxicological Information

GG gt; Acute toxicity
Components CAS No. LD50 (oral) LD50 (transdermal) LC50 (inhalation, 4h)
Sodium pyrophosphate 7722-88-5400mg/kg No information No information
Manganese Phosphate 39041-31-1 No information 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; 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 12 Ecology> Acute aquatic toxicity
Component CAS No. Fish Crustaceans Algae/Aquatic Plants
Sodium pyrophosphate 7722-88-5 No information No information No information

Manganese Phosphate 39041-31-1 No information No information No information

GG gt; Chronic aquatic toxicity
no data
GG gt; other information
Persistence and degradability Bioaccumulation or bioaccumulation No data available
Mobility in soil
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

This product can be transported as general cargo.
Part 15 Regulatory Information
GG gt; International Chemical List
Component EINECSTSCADSLIECSCNZIoCPICCSKECIAICSENCS

Sodium pyrophosphate×××××××××

Manganese phosphate×××××××××

【EINECS】Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances in Europe

[TSCA] US TSCA Chemical Substance List [DSL] Canada Domestic Chemical Substance List [IECSC] China Existing Chemical Substance List [NZIoC] New Zealand Existing Temporary List of Chemical Substances [PICCS] Philippine Chemicals and Chemical Substance List [KECI] List of Existing Chemical Substances in Korea [AICS] Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances in Australia [ENCS] Existing and Newly Chemical Substances in Japan
Note

“√” means that the substance is listed in the regulations “×” means that there is no information or not listed

Part Sixteen Other Information

Compilation date 2019/09/29
Revision date 2019/09/29
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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