Material Safety Data Sheet
ZINC OXIDE USP - Product No: 228
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NATURAL SOURCE
Liberty Natural Home
Terms & Definitions
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Identification
FEMA No
CAS No.1314-13-2
Chemical Name
HealthOrdinary combustible hazards in a fire.
FlammabilityWill not burn
ReactivityStable and not reative with water.
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Fire, Explosion & Reactivity
Flash PointN/A
Extinguishing Media
Dot ClassificationNON COMBUSTIBLE
StabilitySTABLE
NFPA Classification0
Fire FightingWEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING TO PREVENT CONTACT WITH SKIN AND EYES.
Unusual Fire HazardEMITS TOXIC FUMES UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS.
Hazardous Combustable
Decomposition Products
NONE
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Physical Data
Color & OdorFINE WHITE TO YELLOWISH-WHITE POWDER, ODORLESS
Boiling Point
Melting Point1975 C
Vapor PressureN/A
Vapor DensityN/A
Water SolubilityN/A
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Protection Data
RespiratoryUSE NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED TYPE RESPIRATOR FOR PROTECTION FOR DUSTINGūCONDITINS.
VentilationLOCAL EXHAUST OR OTHER VENTILATION THAT WILL REDUCE DUST CONCENTRATIONS TOūLESS THAN PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS.
SkinPROTECTIVE GLOVES. Wash hands after handling.
EyeYES. Safety glasses or goggles.
OtherEmergency showers and eye wash stations should be available. Educate and train employees in the safe use and handling of hazardous chemicals.
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Occupational Exposure Limit
Threshold Limit10 MG/M3
OSHA Permissible
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Carcinogen
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Carcinogen Notes
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Health Hazards
Material Type
Health HazardEFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE: INHALATION OF HIGH LEVELS OF ZINC OXIDE MAY RESULT IN TIGHTNESS OF CHEST, METALLIC TASTE, COUGH, DIZZINESS, FEVER, CHILLS, HEADACHE, NAUSEA & DRY THROAT. OVEREXPOSURE MAY PRODUCE SYMPTOMS KNOWN AS METAL FUME FEVER OF "ZINC SHAKES." THIS IS AN ACCUTE, SELF LIMITED CONDITION WITHOUT RECOGNIZED COMPLICATIONS. SYMPTOMS OF METAL FUME FEVER INCLUDE CHILLS, FEVER, MUSCULAR PAINS, NAUSEA & VOMITING. LIKE ANY FINELY DIVIDED PARTICULATE MATTER ZINC MATTER MAY CAUSE MECHANICAL IRRITATION TO SKIN & EYES. INHALATION OF DUST MAY AGGRAVATE PRE-EXISTING RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS.
Primary Entry RoutesEYE CONTACT, SKIN CONTACT, INHALATION, INGESTION.
Health Hazard
Notes
Avoid prolonged exposure
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Emergency First Aid
InhalationIF INHALED, REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF NOT BREATHING, GIVE ARTIFICIAL-RESPIRATION. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, GIVE OXYGEN. CALL A PHYSICIAN.
Eye ContactIN CASE OF CONTACT, IMMEDIATELY FLUSH EYES WITH PLENTY OF WATER FOR AT LEAST-15 MINUTES. CALL A PHYSICIAN.
Skin ContactIN CASE OF CONTACT, FLUSH SKIN WITH WATER AND SOAP. WASH CLOTHING BEFORE-REUSE. CALL A PHYSICIAN IF IRRITATION OCCURS.
IngestionIF SWALLOWED, CALL A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY.
First Aid NotesFLUSH AREAS WITH COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF WATER. REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING.ūIN ALL CASES, CONSULT A PHYSICIAN.
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Spill, Leakage & Disposal Procedures
Spill ProceduresAVOID EXCESSIVE DUSTING.
Waste DisposalDISPOSE OF IN CLOSED CONTAINER IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE &-LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS.
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Handling & Shipping Procedures
Handling & Shipping
Procedures
AVOID BREATHING DUST. AVOID GETTING IN EYES OR ON SKIN. WASH THOROUGHLY AFTER HANDLING. SORE IN A COOL, VENTILATED, DRY PLACE, AWAY FROM DIRECT SUNLIGHT, HEAT, AND INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS.
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