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                Potassium Hexafluorozirconate

                MSDS Number: KWC-034
                Effective Date:NOV.16,2004

                1. Product Identification
                Synonyms : Potassium Hexafluorozirconate
                CAS No : 16923-95-8
                Molecular Weight : 283.41
                Chemical Formula : K2ZrF6

                2. Composition/Information on Ingredients

                NAME
                CAS No
                PERCENT
                EC SYMBOL
                EC RISK PHRASES
                Potassium Zirconium Hexafluoride
                16923-95-8
                98%min
                T
                23/25-21-36/38-52/53

                3. Hazards Identification
                Potassium Zirconium Hexafluorie is toxic by inhalation and if swallowed and is irritating to the eyes and skin

                4. First Aid Measures
                INHALATION :Remove to fresh air If breathing has stopped, administer artificial respiration Give oxygen, keep warm and seek immediate medical attention.
                SKIN CONTACT :Rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention.
                EYE CONTACT :
                Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical attention
                INGESTION :Wash out mouth with water Do not induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical attention.

                5. Fire Fighting Measures
                EXTINGUISHING MEDIA :Suitable Apprepriate for surrounding fire;Not Suitable -None
                COMBUSTION PRODUCTS :May give off toxic fluoride fumes
                SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS :Use breathing apparatus

                6. Accidental Release Measures
                Observe any warning Labels on the container. Take precautions to avoid creationg and breathing dust.
                Contain and damp down any spilled material, collect by vacuum or shovel and place into labelled containers for disposal (See Section 13), Neutralise any contaminated area with lime and then rise with water to draim (See Section 12).

                7. Handling and Storage
                HANDLING PRECAUTIONS :Handle weight this product under conditions of local exhaust ventilation to avoid breathing dust. Avoid swallowing and eye or skin contact.
                SRORAGE CONDITIONS :Store in sound, tightly sealed drums in a dry environment.

                8. Exposure Controls/Personal Protection
                RESPIRATORY :Personal exposure must be controlled to conform with local regulations See (Section 16). Wear dust masks to EN 149 FFPZ
                HAND :Wear plastic gloves
                EYE :Wear face shield
                SKIN :Wear plastic apron and wear face shield

                9. Physical and Chemical Properties

                Appearance :
                Fine white powder
                Odour :
                None
                PH :
                4(1% In water)
                Melting Point/Range :
                Decomposes600°Cmin
                Boiling Point/Range :
                Decomposes600°Cmin
                Flash Point :
                Not flammable
                Autoflammability:
                LFL- Not flammable
                Autoflammability :
                400°Cmin
                Explosive Pronrtiles :
                Not explosive
                Oxidising Properties
                Not an oxidiser
                Vapur Pressure :
                Not determinated-high melting point solid
                Relative Density
                3.5
                Bulk Density :
                2.4gcm3
                Solubility:
                Water-20g/t at 20°C Fat -Not determined, but likely to be low for inorganic compounds

                10. Stability and Reactivity
                STABLY (YES/NO) :Yes
                CONDITIONS TO AVOID :None Known
                MATERIALS TO AVOID :Mixing with strong acids may evolve hydrogen fluoride fumes
                HAZADOUS DECOM POSITION PRODUCTS :Toxic fluoride fumes if heated above 600°C

                11. Toxicological Information
                ACUTE EFFECTS:
                Inhalation :On the basis of tests carried out on similar products this substance is likely to be toxic.
                Skin contact :Irritant
                Eye contac :Irritant
                Ingestion :This substance is likely to be toxic if swallowed
                CHRONIC EFFECTS:
                Regular and repeated contact with the skin may give rise t pustular dermatitis. Prolonged exposure by Inhalation to sublethal levels may give rise to epistaxis (nose bleed).

                12. Ecological Information
                May be harmful to aquatic organisms ( 96 hr LC50=10-100mg/l for rainbow trout) .May inhibit acivated sludge respiration at levels above 100mg/l.

                13. Disposal Considerations
                Users should aquaint themselves with local regulations.
                Disposal is usually carried out by treatment under controlled conditions at a licensed waste material processor. If burnt, stack gases need to be scrubbed (See Section 5 above).
                Aqueous solutions may be neutralised with lime.

                14. Transport Information
                Proper Shipping Name : Toxic solids, inorganic, N.O.S.(Potassium Zirconium Hexafluoride)
                UN Number : 3288
                Hazard Class : 6.1
                ADR/RID : Item 65°C, Hazard No.60
                Symbol : SKULL & CROSSONES
                Packing Group :III
                LATA/DGR Limits :100kg Passenger 200kg Cargo

                15. Regulatory Information
                EEC CLASSIFICATION :
                Classified according to the Directives 67/548/EEC and 88/379/EEC and their various ammendments:
                Name: Potassium Zirconium Hexafluoride
                EEC Number: 240-985-6
                Warning Symbols: T
                Warning Words: TOXIC
                Risk Phrases: R23/25: Toxic by inhalation and if swallowed
                R21: Harmful in contact with skin
                R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin
                R52/53: Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term avcerse efects in the aquatic environment
                Safety Phrases: S26: in case of contact with eyes rinse immdediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention.
                S36: Wear suitable protective clothing
                S44: If you feel unwell, seek medical attention(show labelwhere possible)
                S57: Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental contamination.

                16. Other Information
                GS :Occupational Exposure Standard for fluorides=2.5mg(F)/m3(8hr TWA)
                Occupational Exposure Standard for zirconium compounds =5mg (Zr)/m3(8hr TWA)
                DEMARK FINLAND NORWAY & US-ACGH:
                Exposure limits for zirconium compounds as mg (Zr)/m3 (8hr TWA)=5
                DEMARK FINLAND NORWAY & US-ACGH:
                Exposure limits for fluorides as mg (F)/m3 (8hr TWA)=2.5
                NORWAY: Exposure limits for fluorides as mg (F)/m3(8hr TWA)=0.6
                SWEDEN: Exposure limits for fluorides as mg (F)/m3(8hr TWA)=2.0
                Reference:
                (1) BIBRA PROJECT NO.3.605,MAY 1986
                (2) Novye Dannye Po Toksikologii Redkikh Metally Soedinemii
                (3) WRC Report No. 6545 March 1978
                (4) WRC Report No.629 S , July 1977.

                Disclaimer:
                Hebei Kingway Chemical Industry Co., Ltd provides the information contained herein in good faith but makes no representation as to its comprehensiveness or accuracy. This document is intended only as a guide to the appropriate precautionary handling of the material by a properly trained person using this product.Individuals receiving the information must exercise their independent judgment in determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose. HeBei Kingway Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. makes no representations or warranties, either express or implied, including without limitation any warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose with respect to the information set forth herein or the product to which the information refers. accordingly, HeBei Kingway Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. will not be responsible for damages resulting from use of or reliance upon this information.

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