MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Future Transfer Co. Inc.
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Section 1 : Product Identification
Rock Salt Blend
Active Ingredient (%) Sodium Chloride 93.8% w/w
CAS NO.: 7647-14-5
Potassium Acetate 0.6% w/w
Sodium Formate 5% w/w
Sidewalk and Parking Lot De-icer
Section 2 : Composition/Information on Ingredients
Section 3 : Hazards Identification
Symptons of Acute Exposure:
Generally not hazardous in normal circumstances. However, good practices should always be followed. Avoid excessive exposure to skin and eyes.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:
Unusual Fire, Explosion, & Reactivity Hazards:
Potential Health Effects:
Very large doses can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and prostration. Dehydration and congestion occur in most internal organs. Hypertonic salt solutions can produce violent inflammatory reactions in the gastrointestinal tract. May cause irritation of the eyes with prolonged exposure. May cause irritation to exposed skin. May cause irritation to the repiratory tract.
Section 4 : First Aid Measures
Wash eyes with plenty of water for 15 minutes, lifting eyelids occassionally. Seek medical assistance if irritation develops and persists.
Wash exposed area with soap and water. If any irritation persists, seek medical attention.
Give 3-4 glasses of water. If vomiting occurs, give fluids again. Get medical attention as evacuation of the stomach may be required.
Note to Physician:
Medical Conditions Known To Be Aggravated:
Section 5 : Fire Fighting Measures
Flash point & method:
Upper & lower flammable (explosive) limits in air:
Auto ignition temperature:
Hazardous combustion products:
Conditions under which flammibilty could occur:
Not considered a fire hazard. Use extinguishing media most appropriate for the surrounding fire. Fire water run-off should be contained to protect the environment.
Sensitivity to explosion by mechanical impact:
Sensitivity to explosion by static discharge:
Section 6 : Accidental Release Measures
Avoid exposure to eyes and skin. Wear safety glasses or chemical googles depending on risk of dust entering the
eyes. Avoid skin exposure with gloves and clean body-covering clothing. Where there is a likelihood of product dust
the use of a NIOSH approved respirator is recommended.
Prodedures for dealing with release or spill:
Wear appropriate protective equipment. Sweep up or vacuum any spill for use as ice-melt. Dispose of any waste as
required by local by-laws and Provincial Regulations. Do not allow large quantities to enter water systems or areas
Section 7: Handling & Storage
Avoid unnecessary exposures, especially to the eyes. Wear eye protection and wash exposed skin after handling
the product. General ventilation is usually adequate for the handling of this product.
Appropriate storage pratices/requirements:
Store product in closed containers. This product is hygroscopic.
National Fire Code classification:
Section 8 : Exposure Control/Personal Protection
Applicable control measures, including engineering controls:
Generally, this is not hazardous material. Good hygiene practices, general ventilation and appropriate eye protection
is adequate for most handling situations.
Personal protective equipment for each exposure route:
Generally this is not hazardous material. Good hygiene practices, general ventilation and appropriate eye protection
is adequate for most situations.
Glasses with sideshields or chemical goggles as appropriate to the handling circumstances.
Work gloves and clean body-covering clothing.
None normally required. If dust possible, a NIOSH approved respirator should be worn.
Section 9 : Physical & Chemical Properties
White and green crystalline solid Vapour Denisty:
Vapour pressure and
Specific gravity or
Solubility in Water:
36 g/100g H2O@20º C
Section 10 : Stability & Reactivity
Stable under ordinary conditions of use and storage. Hygroscopic.
Conditions to avoid:
When heated to above 801C (1474F) it emits toxic fumes of chloride and sodium oxide.
Incompatibility with other materials:
Hazardous decompostion products:
High heat may produce fumes of chloride and sodium oxide. Reacts violently with lithium.
Section 11 : Toxicological Information
Acute toxicity/Irritation Sudies (Finished Product )
Very large doses can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and prostration. Dehydration and congestion can occur in most organs. Hypertonic salt solutions can produce violent inflammatory reactions in the gastrointestinal tract.
Sodium Chloride LD50 (mouse) 4 gm/kg LD50 (rat) 3 gm/kg
Absorption is possible with similar effects as with ingestion.
May cause irritation of the respiratory tract.
May cause irritation in damaged skin.
None of the ingredients of this product have been reported to cause birth defects.
Not listed by IARC, NTP, OSHA, NIOSH or California
Other Toxicity Information:
Cardiovascular system, gastronintestinal tract, eyes and skin. Exposures could aggrevate existing cardiovascular conditions or damage kidneys.
Section 12 : Ecological Information
Summary of Effects:
There is no specific information available. Release of the product into the environment other than for approved uses
should be avoided. Product may damage vegetation and may be poisonous to fish and other aquatic life. Contain
run-off from a fire involving this product.
No specific information
No specific information
No specific information
Section 13 : Disposal Considerations
Waste Disposal Information:
Spilled material should be collected whenever possible for use as an ice-melt. When this is not practical, sweep the
material and shovel into containers. Label and dispose of the collected material according to Provincial Regulations.
Section 14 : Transport information
Shipping information such as shipping classification:
This product is not regulated for shipping in North America.
Proper Shipping Name:
Section 15 : Regulatory Information
WHMIS Classification for product:
The ingredients in this product are on the Domestic Substance List.
Section 16 : Other Information
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