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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Revision Date :
Product Name :
OXIDIZING SOLID, N.O.S. (LITHIUM HYPOCHLORITE, MIXTURE)
Other Names :
HYPOCHLOROUS ACID, LITHIUM SALT
Bleach, sanitising agent.
2. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
Hazardous according to criteria of NOHSC/ASCC
Dangerous According to the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods
Classified as Dangerous Goods According to NZS 5433:1999
Contact with combustible material may cause fire.
Keep away from combustible material.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek
S36/37/39 Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show
ERMA New Zealand Approval Code :
HSNO Hazard Classification :
This Material Safety Data Sheet may not provide exhaustive guidance for all HSNO Controls assigned to this substance. The ERMA website should be consulted for a full list of triggered controls and cited regulations
3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
ACTIVE CHLORINE FRACTION OF PRIMARY MATERIAL
ALKALINE COMPONENTS FRACTION OF TOTAL MASS
4. FIRST AID MEASURES
Description of necessary measures according to routes of exposure
Rinse mouth with water. Dilute by giving 1 or 2 glasses of water. Do not induce vomiting. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. See a medical doctor immediately.
Immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes, lifting the upper and lower eyelids intermittently. See a medical doctor or ophthalmologist immediately.
Immediately flush with plenty of water while removing contaminated clothing and/or shoes, and thoroughly wash with soap and water. Obtain immediate medical attention. Contact a medical doctor if necessary.
Remove to fresh air. If breathing difficulty or discomfort occurs and persists, see a medical doctor. If breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration and see a medical doctor immediately.
Advice to Doctor
Lithium hypochlorite is corrosive to eyes, skin and mucous membranes. Consideration should be given to careful endoscopy as stomach or esophageal burns, perforations or stricturs may occur. Careful gastric lavage with an endotracheal tube in place should be considered. Observation may be warranted. Treatment is controlled removal of exposure with symptomatic and supportive care.
Aggravated medical conditions caused by exposure
Continuous inhalation exposure may cause lung damage.
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Fire fighters should wear full protective equipment including self-contained breathing apparatus. Contact with combustible material may cause fire. Breathing apparatus is necessary to protect against the hazards of heat, products of combustion and oxygen deficiency. Do not breathe smoke, gases or vapors generated. Use water only. Do not use dry chemical, carbon dioxide, or Halon. Contact with eaqsily oxidizable or combustible materials can cause fire or explosion upon ignition from any source.
Hazards from Combustion Products
Avoid conditions such as contact with combustible materials (wood, paper, oil) Contamination with moisture. Stable at room temperature. Does not polymerize. Decomposition products include oxygen, lithium hydroxide, lithium chlorates. Incompatible with acids, oxidizible materials, combustible materials.
Special protective precautions and equipment for fire fighters
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Clean up personnel should wear full protective equipment. Keep combustibles (wood, paper, oil etc.) away from spilled material.
Methods and materials for containment and clean up
With clean shovel, place into clean dry container, and cover loosley.
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Precautions for safe handling
Ensure an eye bath and safety shower are available and ready for use.
Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibles
Store away from readily oxidizable materials, strong acids and flammable materials. Protect from moisture. Keep container closed. Keep container closed. Do not get into eyes, on skin or cothing. Avoid breathing dust. Wash thoroughly after handling.
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8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
National Exposure Standards
None established by the Worksafe Australia.
Biological Limit Values
Use local exhaust ventilation to keep airborne concentrations below exposure limits.
Respiratory protection: NIOSH/MSHA respirator approved for protection against inorganic and hypochloric dusts. Eyes protection: Safety glasses or goggles. Skin protection: Rubber gloves. Hygiene practice: Quick-drench eyewash and safety shower.
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Solubility in water
Flammability Limits (as percentage volume in air)
Lower Explosion Limit
Upper Explosion Limit
Specific Heat Value
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) content
Octanol/Water partition coefficient
Saturated Vapour Concentration
Flame Propagation/Burning Rate of Solid Materials
Properties of materials that may initiate or contribute to
Potential for Dust Explosion
Reactions that Release Flammable Gases
Fast or Intensely Burning Characteristics
Non-flammables that could contribute unusual hazards
to a fire
Release of invisible flammable vapours and gases
Solubility in water: 43% by wt. 25 deg C Molecular Weight: 58.39
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Chemical Stability :
Conditions to avoid :
Incompatible Materials :
Hazardous Decomposition Products :
Hazardous Reactions :
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Eye contact: Hypochlorite formulation: Severely irritating (rabbit) Skin contact: Lithium Hypochlorite formulation: Corrosive, packing group II Skin absorption: Dermal LD50: Lithium Hypochlorite formulation : 8100 mg/kg (rabbit) Ingestion: Oral LD50: Lithium Hypochlorite formulation : 1500+=270 mg/kg (rat) 1290 mg/kg (rabbit) Inhalation: Inhalation LC50: Lithium Hypochlorite formulation: 1800 mg/1 (rat, rabbit) Acute Effects from overexposure: This product is severely irritating/corrosive to the eyes (may cause blindness), skin, respiratory tract, and mucous membranes. Sensitization: Lithium Hypochlorite formulation: Non-sensitizing. Carcinogenicity: Not listed, EH40, IARC, NTP, OSHA, ACGIH.
Health Effects - Acute
Corrosive to eyes (may cause blindness).
Corrosive to respiratory tract and mucous membranes.
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Persistence and degradability :
Environmental fate (exposure) :
Bioaccumulative potential :
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Dispose of in accordance with all local state and federal regulations.
Special Precautions for land fill or incineration
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
OXIDIZING SOLID, N.O.S. (LITHIUM HYPOCHLORITE,
Dangerous Goods Class
Precaustion for User
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
NZ Toxic Substance
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Legend to abbreviations and acronyms:
Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances
Chemical Abstracts Service (Registry Number)
Immediately Dangerous to Life and HealthLC stands for lethal concentration. LC50 is the concentration of a material in air
which causes the death of 50% (one half) of a group of test animals. The material is inhaled over a set period of time, usually 1 or 4 hours.
LD stands for "Lethal Dose". LD50 is the amount of a material, given all at once,
which causes the death of 50% (one half) of a group of test animals
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
National Occupational Health and Safety Commission
Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
immiscible liquids are insoluble in each otherkg
milligrams per cubic metreliquids form one homogeneous liquid phase regardless of the amount of either
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