AQUANOMIC 2.0 LOW TEMP LAUNDRY IRON CONTROL SOUR

المعلومات الرئيسية

  • اسم تجاري:
  • AQUANOMIC 2.0 LOW TEMP LAUNDRY IRON CONTROL SOUR
  • يسخدم من اجل:
  • البشر
  • نوع الدواء:
  • الجهاز الطبي

المستندات

  • لعامة الناس:
  • النشرة المعلومات عن هذا المنتج غير متوفر حاليا، يمكنك إرسال طلب لخدمة العملاء لدينا، ونحن سوف يخطر لك في أقرب وقت ونحن قادرون على الحصول عليه.


    طلب نشرة المعلومات لعامة الناس.

الأقلمة

  • متاح في:
  • AQUANOMIC 2.0 LOW TEMP LAUNDRY IRON CONTROL SOUR
    كازاخستان
  • اللغة:
  • العربية

معلومات أخرى

الحالة

  • المصدر:
  • Ecolab
  • تخويل:
  • 917432-01
  • اخر تحديث:
  • 12-03-2018

ملخص خصائص المنتج

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00971 48146800 00971 4 8014000

0020 2 25 37 1195 :

00212 22 58 25 30 - 35 :

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GHS

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:

:

:

:

:

:

(%)

fluorosilicic acid

16961-83-4

10 - 30

77-92-9

5 - 10

hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

1 - 5

ammonium chloride

12125-02-9

1 - 5

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0 °C

50 °C

hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

STEL OEL-RL

5 ppm

7 mg/m3

hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

5 ppm

7.5 mg/m3

BH OEL

hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

TWA (8 Hour)

5 ppm

8 mg/m3

STEL 15 min

10 ppm

15 mg/m3

hydrochloric acid

7647-01-0

Ceiling limit

2 ppm

2.98 mg/m3

ARE OEL

ammonium chloride

12125-02-9

10 mg/m3

BH OEL

STEL

20 mg/m3

BH OEL

ammonium chloride

12125-02-9

10 mg/m3

ARE OEL

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STEL

20 mg/m3

ARE OEL

fluorosilicic acid

16961-83-4

TWA (8 Hour)

2.5 mg/m3

1.0 - 2.0

100 %

5.5 - 7.0

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1.12 - 1.32

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2,160 mg/kg :

4 h :

> 30000 ppm :

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fluorosilicic acid

96 h :

LC50

50 mg/l :

96 h :

LC50

> 100 mg/l :

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(ADR/ADN/RID)

1778

FLUOROSILICIC ACID

)

(

1778

Fluorosilicic acid

)

/

(

1778

FLUOROSILICIC ACID

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Regulatory Affairs

  • النشرة المعلومات عن هذا المنتج غير متوفر حاليا، يمكنك إرسال طلب لخدمة العملاء لدينا، ونحن سوف يخطر لك في أقرب وقت ونحن قادرون على الحصول عليه.

    طلب نشرة المعلومات لعامة الناس.



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