SOLID BRILLIANCE

المعلومات الرئيسية

  • اسم تجاري:
  • SOLID BRILLIANCE
  • 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:
  • SOLID BRILLIANCE
    كازاخستان
  • اللغة:
  • العربية

معلومات أخرى

الحالة

  • المصدر:
  • Ecolab
  • تخويل:
  • 913574
  • اخر تحديث:
  • 12-03-2018

ملخص خصائص المنتج: الجرعة، والتفاعلات والآثار الجانبية

SOLID BRILLIANCE

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SOLID BRILLIANCE

0.025 %

00971 4 8014444

00971 48146800 00971 4 8014000

0020 2 25 37 1195

00212 22 58 25 30 - 35

00971 4 8014444 :

00971 48146800 00971 4 8014000

0020 2 25 37 1195 :

00212 22 58 25 30 - 35 :

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GHS

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

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:

:

:

:

:

(%)

Urea

57-13-6

10 - 30

68131-39-5

1 - 5

Propylene glycol

57-55-6

1 - 5

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

3 / 9

0 °C

50 °C

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

4 / 9

Propylene glycol

57-55-6

TWA OEL-RL

10 mg/m3

TWA OEL-RL

150 ppm

470 mg/m3

Cast Solid

6.5 - 7.5

6.5 - 8.0

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

5 / 9

1.5 - 1.6

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

6 / 9

> 5,000 mg/kg :

> 5,000 mg/kg :

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

7 / 9

Urea

4 h :

LC50

2.71 mg/l :

Propylene glycol

4 h :

LC50

158.5 mg/l :

96 h :

LC50

64.81 mg/l :

Propylene glycol

48 h :

EC50

18,340 mg/l :

Propylene glycol

96 h :

EC50

19,000 mg/l :

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

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(ADR/ADN/RID)

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IMDG/

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Regulatory Affairs

SOLID BRILLIANCE

913574

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  • 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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