Symptoms of Exposure: Prickling or burning sensation of skin and mucous membranes. Coughing, sneezing,tightness of chest, difficulty in breathing.
Acute: Inhalation of dust or mist may cause severe mucous membrane irritation and burns. Effects may not be immediately apparent, especially with diluted solutions. First aid procedures should be followed even in cases of suspected contact.
|Respiratory Protection: ||Eye and Face Protection: |
|A NIOSH approved respirator should be worn. Self-contained breathing apparatus may be required when chemical is heated to decomposition or in a spill area. ||Splash-proof goggles should be worn when there is danger of splash from solution containing chemical. Protection against splash or mist from solution containing chemical with 8-inch minimum face shield is recommended. Eye protection should be worn in presence of dry chemical, or solution containing chemical, at all times. |
Chronic: Causes severe skin irritation and burns. Ingestion or inhalation may be harmful and possibly fatal depending on severity and length of over-exposure. Chronic over- exposure may cause fluorosis. Product may be absorbed through the skin and produce signs of fluorosis such as weight loss, brittleness of bones, anemia, weakness and stiffness of joints. Internal bleeding may develop. First aid procedures should be followed even in cases of suspected contact.
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