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Safety Data Sheet:
Hydrochloric Acid HCl 32%
(food-industry grade)
Under the guidance of the EC: 91/155/EEC, the circular of the Ministry of Industry and Trade 28/2010/TT-BCT and Vietnamese standards (TCVN 5507:2002). Identification of the product and the company
Product name: Hydrochloric Acid HCl 32% (food-industry grade) Trade name: Hydrochloric Acid HCl 32% (food-industry grade) National Road 51, Hamlet 1A, Phuoc Thai Village, Long Thanh District, Dong Nai Province, Vietnam Tel: (84)61-3825111, Fax: (84)61-3825138 Free Hotline: (0084)1800.599.902 - For use: Used in the industry and the food industry. Composition/information on ingredients
- Be liquid solution, clear solution, colorless or yellowish, corrosive. - Number CAS No: 7647-01-0 - Ingredients: HCl: 32 ± 1 (%) Hazards identification
Causes severe burns. Irritating to respiratory system. First aid measures
- After inhalation: fresh air. Call in physician. - After skin contact: wash off with plenty of water. Dab with polyethylene glycol 400. Immediately remove contaminated clothing. - After eye contact: rinse out with plenty of water for at least 10 minutes with the eyelid held wide open. Immediately call in ophthalmologist. - After swallowing: make victim drink plenty of water, avoid vomiting (risk of perforation!). Instructions for the doctor: Gastric lavage. Fire-fighting measures
- Suitable extinguishing media: In adaption to materials stored in the immediate - Special risks: Non-combustible. Hydrogen may form upon contact with metals (danger of explosion!). Ambient fire may liberate hazardous vapours. The following may develop in event of fire: hydrochloric acid. - Special protective equipment for fire fighting: Do not stay in dangerous zone without suitable chemical protection clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus. - Other information: Prevent fire-fighting water from entering surface water or groundwater. Safety Data Sheet:
Hydrochloric Acid HCl 32%
(food-industry grade)
Accidental release measures
- Person-related precautionary measures: • Avoid substance contact. Do not inhale vapours/aerosols. Ensure supply of fresh air in • Smoking, eating, resting and hosting meetings are prohibited where a chemical is present or - Environmental-protection measures: Do not allow to enter sewerage system. - Procedures for cleaning / absorption: Take up with liquid-absorbent material. Forward for - Additional notes: Render harmless: neutralize with diluted sodium hydroxide solution or by throwing on lime, lime sand, or sodium carbonate. Handling and storage
• Acid must be stored in dry, cool, and well- ventilated, protected from rain and sun • Do not store with oxidatives or other flammables in the same storage space.
- Storage temperature: no restrictions.
- Storage: Tightly closed. Dry.
- Requirements for storage rooms and containers: Do not store in metal containers or vessels
and do not stack this product during storage. Exposure controls/personal protection
- Personal protective equipment: Protective clothing should be selected specifically for the working place, depending on concentration and quantity of the hazardous substances handled. The resistance of the protective clothing to chemicals should be ascertained with the respective supplier. - Respiratory protection: required. - Eye protection: required - Hand protection: required - Other protective equipment: Acid-resistant protective clothing. - Industrial hygiene: Immediately change contaminated clothing. Apply skin- protective barrier cream. Wash hands and face after working with substance. Physical and chemical properties
- Form: liquid - Colour: colourless to yellowish - Odour: pungent - pH value at (20 °C) < 1 - Boiling point not available - Ignition temperature not applicable - Flash point not applicable - Explosion limits lower not applicable, upper not applicable - Density (20 °C) 1.146-1.163 g/cm3 - Solubility in water (20 °C) soluble Safety Data Sheet:
Hydrochloric Acid HCl 32%
(food-industry grade)
10. Stability and reactivity
- Conditions to be avoided: Heating. - Substances to be avoided: aluminium, amines, carbides, hydrides, fluorine, alkali metals, metals, potassium permanganate, strong alkalis, salts of oxyhalogenic acids, conc. sulfuric acid, aldehydes, sulfides, lithium silicide, vinylmethyl ether, semimetallic oxides, semimetallic hydrogen compounds. - Hazardous decomposition products: in the event of fire: See chapter 5. - Further information: unsuitable working materials: metals, metal alloys. 11. Toxicological information
- Strongly corrosive substance. - After inhalation of vapours: Irritation symptoms in the respiratory tract. - After skin contact: burns. - After eye contact: burns, Risk of blindness! - After swallowing: Damage of: mouth, oesophagus and gastrointestinal tract. Risk of perforation in the oesophagus and stomach. After a latency period: cardiovascular failure. - Further data: The product should be handled with the care usual when dealing with chemicals. 12. Ecological information
- Ecotoxic effects: Quantitative data on the ecological effect of this product are not available. - Biological effects: Toxic for aquatic organisms. Toxic effect on fish and plankton. Forms corrosive mixtures with water even if diluted. Damage to plant growth. - Further ecologic data: The following applies to HCl in general: Harmful effect on aquatic organisms. Harmful effect due to pH shift. - Biological effects: hydrochloric acid (including such due to reaction): lethal for fish as from 25 mg/l. Harmful effects begin at: plants 6 mg/l. Does not cause biological oxygen deficit. - Do not allow to enter waters, waste water, or soil! 13. Disposal considerations
• There are no uniform EC Regulations for the disposal of chemicals or residues. Chemical residues generally count as special waste. The disposal of the latter is regulated in the EC member countries through corresponding laws and regulations. We recommend that you contact either the authorities in charge or approved waste disposal companies which will advise you on how to dispose of special waste. • Chemical expired or loss of quality must be processed, the handling of these chemicals must comply to the current regulations of the State. Disposal in compliance with official regulations. Handle contaminated packaging in the same way as the substance itself. If not officially specified differently, non-contaminated packaging may be treated like household waste or recycled. 14. Transport information
Safety Data Sheet:
Hydrochloric Acid HCl 32%
(food-industry grade)
- When transport by car or by train, every container shall be protected with a suitable cage and under the container bottom shall be chocked with a soft chock. Do not transport it with oxidant, especially chlorate and nitric acid. - Do not transport dangerous chemicals with people, livestock and other goods - The on – road transport means owners do not stop or park vehicles in public places. 15. Regulatory information
- Labeling according to EC Directives - Labeling in accordance with the laws of local sate such as the Vietnam Chemicals Law and under the guidance of the Vietnamese National Standards in Vietnam. - Symbol: C Corrosive - R-phrases: 34-37 Causes burns. Irritating to respiratory system. - S-phrases: 26-36/37/39-45 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection. In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where possible). 16. Other information
The information contained herein is based on the present state of our knowledge. It characterizes the product with regard to the appropriate safety precautions. It does not represent a guarantee of the properties of the product.


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