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Mercedes-Benz F-Cell - Manual Shut-down 3 2

Mercedes-Benz F-Cell - Manual Shut-down. NOTE: The following actions will result in the shut-down of the hydrogen and electrical system. 3. 1. Place vehicle in ... Mercedes-Benz F-Cell - Manual Shut-down NOTE: The following actions will result in the shut-down of the hydrogen and electrical system 1. 2. 3. Place vehicle in park (P) Turn ignition key “off” and remove key Disconnect negative (-) battery terminal (located underneath the hood) AND AND/OR 3 2 © 2010 Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America, not to be duplicated without expressed written consent from MBRDNA B-Class F-Cell Component Locations Key Hydrogen storage, PRD vent, or line NEVER CUT Hydrogen storage, PRD vent, or line High Voltage Source or line PRD Vent Direction NEVER CUT - High voltage Source or line 12V Battery 12V Battery Hydrogen Pump Fuel Cell Stack Power Electronics Hydrogen Tanks High Voltage Battery (Li-Ion) WARNING Never cut hydrogen or electrical storages/sources for any reason: personal injury may result (for more information, refer to Safety Handbook) Notes: • MSDS: See Compressed Hydrogen • Li-Ion Hybrid Battery • H2 PRD- Attached to tanks © 2010 Mercedes-Benz Research and Development North America, not to be duplicated without expressed written consent from MBRDNA ...

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Section 1. Chemical product and company identification Product name : Supplier : Product use : Synonym : MSDS # : Date of Preparation/ Revision : 3/12/2014. In case of emergency : Section 2. Hazards identification Physical state Emergency overview : : Target organs : Routes of entry : Potential acute health effects Eyes : Skin : Inhalation : Ingestion : Potential chronic health effects Chronic effects : Target organs : Medical conditions aggravated by overexposure : See toxicological information (Section 11) Section 3. Composition, Information on Ingredients Name CAS number % Volume Exposure limits AIHA WEEL (United States, 10/2011). Page: 1/6 Halocarbon 134a (1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane) Section 4. First aid measures Eye contact : Skin contact : Frostbite : Inhalation : Ingestion : Section 5. Fire-fighting measures Flammability of the product : Products of combustion : Fire-fighting media and instructions : Special protective equipment for fire-fighters : Section 6. Accidental release measures Personal precautions : Environmental precautions : Methods for cleaning up : Section 7. Handling and storage Handling : Storage : Section 8. Exposure controls/personal protection Engineering controls : Personal protection Page: 2/6 Halocarbon 134a (1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane) Eyes : Skin : Respiratory : Hands : Personal protection in case of a large spill : Product name AIHA WEEL (United States, 10/2011). Consult local authorities for acceptable exposure limits. Section 9. Physical and chemical properties Molecular weight : Molecular formula : Boiling/condensation point Melting/freezing point

MSDS Makita Chainsaw Oil Page 1 of 6 1.PRODUCT / COMPANY ...

MSDS Makita Chainsaw Oil Page 1 of 6 1.PRODUCT / COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Use Chainsaw Oil Product Code. 10070 Revision Date. 10/01/2008 Company Name: ROCK OIL, 90 PRIESTLEY STREET WARRINGTON CHESHIRE WA5 1ST Day time tel No. 01925 636191 Emergency Telephone No: 01925 636191 e-mail: Product Name: Makita Chainsaw Oil 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION EC Classification Not classified as Dangerous under EC criteria. Human Health Hazards No specific hazards under normal use conditions. Prolonged or repeated exposure may give rise to dermatitis. Used oil may contain harmful impurities. Safety Hazards Not classified as flammable, but will burn. Environmental Hazards Not classified as dangerous for the environment. 3.COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON PRINCIPAL INGREDIENTS Ingredient % conc. Classification CAS Highly refined mineral oil >75% not classified 64742-65-0 Highly refined mineral oil >20% not classified 64742-62-7 Polyisobutenes <5% not classified EINECS 265-169-7 265-166-0

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Cetylpyridinium Chloride Msds
by Mpbio 0 Comments favorite 20 Viewed Download 0 Times MP Biomedicals is a global corporation, with headquarters in Santa Ana, California, USA and regional offices in Europe, Asia Pacific and Australia. The corporation manufactures and sells more than 55,000 products. We are one of the few corporations in the industry to offer a comprehensive line of Life Sciences, Fine Chemicals and Diagnostics products. We maintain a vast network of global distributors with ISO-13485 certified diagnostic products facilities in USA (Solon-Ohio, Burlingame-California) and Singapore, as well as a distribution center in Strasbourg, France.

MSDS for R-134a - National Refrigerants, Inc.

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: Colorless, volatile liquid with ethereal and faint sweetish odor. Non-flammable material. Overexposure may cause dizziness and loss of concentration. At higher levels, CNS depression and cardiac arrhythmia may result from exposure. Vapors displace air and can cause asphyxiation in confined spaces. At higher temperatures, (>250°C), decomposition products may include Hydrofluoric Acid (HF) and carbonyl halides. POTENTIAL HEALTH HAZARDS SKIN: Irritation would result from a defatting action on tissue. Liquid contact could cause frostbite. EYES: Liquid contact can cause severe irritation and frostbite. Mist may irritate. INHALATION: R-134A is low in acute toxicity in animals. When oxygen levels in air are reduced to 12-14% by displacement, symptoms of asphyxiation, loss of coordination, increased pulse rate and deeper respiration will occur. At high levels, cardiac arrhythmia may occur. INGESTION: Ingestion is unlikely because of the low boiling point of the material. Should it occur, discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract from rapid evaporation of the material and consequent evolution of gas would result. Some effects of inhalation and skin exposure would be expected. FIRST AID MEASURES SKIN: Promptly flush skin with water until all chemical is removed. If there is evidence of frostbite, bathe (do not rub) with lukewarm (not hot) water. If water is not available, cover with a clean, soft cloth or similar covering. Get medical attention if symptoms persist. EYES: Immediately flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes (in case of frostbite, water should be lukewarm, not hot) lifting eyelids occasionally to facilitate irrigation. Get medical attention if symptoms persist. INHALATION: Immediately remove to fresh air. If breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration. Use oxygen as required, provided a qualified operator is available. Get medical attention immediately. DO NOT give epinephrine (adrenaline). INGESTION: Ingestion is unlikely because of the physical properties and is not expected to be hazardous. DO NOT induce vomiting unless instructed to do so by a physician.

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Mor-Free 706A/Coreactant C-79 -- Technical Data Sheet - The Dow ...

MOR-FREE™ 706A/Coreactant C-79 Solventless Laminating Adhesive Description MOR-FREE 706A/C-79 is a solventless, two component, polyurethane adhesive system applied at room temperature. It is suitable for laminating BOPP, CPP, Metallized films, Nylon, Aluminum, Polyester, Polyethylene, PVDC and acrylic coated films and other unprinted or reverse printed packaging substrates. Typical Properties* These properties are typical but do not constitute specifications. MOR-FREE 706A/C-79 exhibits good wettability on metallized structures and is particularly suited for lamination of structures used in general purpose applications. Typical end-use applications include packaging of biscuits, chocolates, candies, snacks, dry food products, dry detergent powders, salt, rice & cereals. Processing MOR-FREE 706A/C-79 must be used on machines which have been specially designed for solventless lamination. Such equipment allows the adhesive to be fed through a meter/mix/dispense device and provides web tension controls designed for adhesives with low initial tack. The chemical curing is generally completed within 10 days at 40°C, depending on the laminate construction. As always, converters should verify appropriate cure times for their individual application. MOR-FREE 706A/C-79 may react or interact with other components of laminations. Retained volatiles (solvents or water), slip additives, anti-block agents and inks are some of the components that may cause property changes of the laminated structure. If MOR-FREE 706A/C-79 is used on high slip films (COF <0.2) or with high slip LDPE/LDPE laminations, then the user must verify that potential film property changes due to the lamination process and materials are acceptable for the end use performance requirements. Application Coating Weights The recommended coating weight range is 1.5-3.5 grams/m2. The choice of coating weight for a specific application depends on the structure, end-use and other factors like inks, films, etc. Application Temperature We recommend the application roll be set at 40°- 50°C or higher, depending on machine design and line speed desired. Normally, no preheating of the adhesive or co-reactant at the meter/mix/dispense unit is required. A global review of best application practices has shown, however, that for high speed lamination operations, optimum adhesive performance is achieved if the adhesive components are pre-heated to between 30°- 40°C. For short trial runs the adhesive can be batch mixed. We recommend preparation of no more adhesive than can be used within 5-10 minutes. A high speed stirrer suitable for a homogeneous mixing should be used. However, the use of a meter/mix/dispense device which continuously mixes the adhesive at the chosen ratio, controls the feeding of the application unit, and stops production automatically in case of machine failures, is indispensable for extended trials and normal production. When processing MOR-FREE 706A/C-79, the safety rules for working with Iso-cyanates must be observed. The adhesive contains monomeric MDI. See Material Safety Data Sheet for specific details. Nip Temperature MOR-FREE 706A/C-79 can be worked with cold pressure nip rollers at room temperatures (~25°C). However, for better and more uniform process control, heating of the rollers up to 40°-45°C is recommended. For some structures and under some conditions, heating the rollers up to 60°C has been shown to give favorable results. A rubber roller with hardness of 90 Shore A is recommended. Cleaning The application unit should be cleaned before the adhesive becomes insoluble by progressive curing, if the machine stops take more than 20 minutes. Methylene chloride can be used to flush the mixing and metering units where a non-flammable solvent is required. Consult the Material Safety Data Sheet from the methylene chloride supplier for safe handling. If the application unit and mixing device are combustion proof, they may be cleaned with esters or ketones such as ethyl acetate and MEK. Several commercially available solvents are safe and effective for flushing and cleaning MOR-FREE adhesive residues from solventless laminators and meter/mix/dispensing equipment that do not have combustion proof ratings. We recommend contacting either Dynaloy, Inc. (, or Danko Industries (1-630-7613188) for cleaning solvent recommendations. Always consult the solvent supplier’s MSDS for safety information before use...

MSDS Makita Chainsaw Oil Page 1 of 6 1.PRODUCT / COMPANY ...

There may be a risk to health where low viscosity products are aspirated into the lungs following vomiting, although this is uncommon in adults. Such aspiration would cause intense local irritation and chemical pneumonitis. Children, and those in whom consciousness is impaired, will be more at risk. Emesis of lubricants is not usually necessary, unless a large amount has been ingested, or some other compound has been dissolved in the product. If this is indicated, for example, when there is rapid onset of central nervous system depression from large ingested volume - gastric lavage under controlled hospital conditions...Product Name: Makita Chainsaw Oil. 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION. EC Classification Not classified as Dangerous under EC criteria. Human Health Hazards ...

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