Aqueous Ammonia Prevention Response Storage Disposal GHS Sign
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- Label Reads
Aqueous Ammonia Danger Colorless Liquid With A Strong Suffocating Odor. Corrosive, Can Cause Burns To Eyes/Skin/Respiratory Tract. May Cause Blindness. Exposure At High Levels May Be Fatal Prevention Avoid Breathing Vapors. Use A Respirator Or In A Well-Ventilated Area. Avoid Contact With Eyes. Wear Eye Protection. If Exposure To Eyes Occurs, Flush With Water For At Least 15 Minutes And Then Seek Medical Aid. Response If On Skin (Or Hair): Take Off Immediately All Contaminated Clothing. Rinse Skin With Water For At Least 15 Minutes. If Inhaled: Remove Person To Fresh Air And Keep Comfortable For Breathing. Liquid Will Not Burn, However Escaping Vapors Can Burn In Concentrations Of 16-25% In Air. Spilled Liquids Should Be Contained And Not Washed Into Sewers Or Ground Water. In Case Of Fire: Use Water Spray, Alcohol-Resistant Foam, Dry Chemical Or Carbon Dioxide For Extinction. Storage: Store Locked Up, In A Cool, Well-Ventilated Place. Disposal: Dispose Of Contents To An Epa Permitted Incinerator.
- Label Design
GHS04 Compressed Gas Symbol, GHS09 Toxic Symbol, GHS05 Corrosive Symbol, GHS08 Harmful to the Environment Symbol
- ANSI Z535 / OSHA
- LEED Compliant
- ECCN Certification
- OSHA 1910.1200(c)
- Shipping Declarations
Other configurations of this product are OSHA.
This Aqueous Ammonia GHS Sign ensures worker safety by providing proper safety and hazard identification of ammonia gas, anhydrous ammonia, or liquid ammonia. This Aqueous Ammonia GHS Sign is designed to provide a clear hazard warning for employees in food processing plants, manufacturing plants, and cold storage facilities. Signs can help identify ammonia refrigeration systems, containers, storage locations and other areas where ammonia is in use.