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Lignosulfonate Uses

In the concrete

The use of sodium lignosulfonate-based belonging to gidrofiliziruyuschim plasticizer in the manufacture of concrete and dry construction mixtures reduces the cost of components (cement) by 10-15%.
Also decreases the bundle of concrete mix and increasing its density, slowing the rate of cure. In the cement raw material or concrete mix additives are introduced lignosulfonate in the number of 0,15-0,20%, and superplasticizers must enter 0,5-2,0% by weight of dry cement. When replacing the lignosulfonate superplasticizer increases the strength of concrete by 20-25%, frost 3-4 times and dramatically lowered the cost of formula for adding a small amount of lignosulfonate, which is related to their adsorption on the surface of the solid phase. The use of lignosulfonate reduces the moisture of raw sludge, while maintaining its strength, which increases productivity of the furnace and reduces specific fuel consumption for clinker burning. With the use of intensifiers based on lignosulfonate enhanced performance grinding machines and the opportunity to replace expensive and scarce chemical products.

In the production of building materials

Due to its astringent, an adhesive and surface active properties, technical lignosulfonates are used in the manufacture of insulation and finishing panels (wood chip, wood and wool) as a hardening additive. Because as a hardening additive in the production are fairly scarce, expensive but also toxic phenol-formaldehyde, urea-formaldehyde resin, then mix in the manufacture of modified lignosulfonate (20-30%) and resin allows to obtain a combined binder.
Thus, the 50% reduces the toxicity of plates treated with supplements based on lignosulfonate. If you use 40 kg/m3 lignosulfonate in the manufacture of mineral wool, we can achieve a sharp reduction of consumption of toxic phenol and, consequently, a significant reduction in harmful emissions into the atmosphere. And the product in this case are more durable and moisture resistant.

In the production of expanded clay

The technical lignosulfonates can be widely used as an additive in the production of expanded clay gravel.
Expanded clay gravel most common artificial porous filler light and structural concrete are swelling clays by rapid firing in rotary kilns. Corrective additives introduced into the composition of the clay raw materials, can intensify the process keramzitoobrazovaniya, increase bloating raw materials, reduce density and increase the strength of the clay pellets.
Addition of sodium lignosulfonates of 12% by weight of oven-dry clay raw materials can get away with expanded clay pellets reduced density 0,380,43 g / cc.

In oil

In the oil refining and oil industry for drilling oil and gas wells lignosulfonates are used as a reagent to control the basic parameters of drilling fluids. Also, they are a component of gelling systems, which are low-viscosity solutions with pH 2.5-3.0. The formation of the gel leads to the redistribution of filtration flows and their better management, alignment profile pick-injection wells, restriction of water in the process, which in turn increases the recovery of oil. Using these systems lignosulfonates is possible by adsorbing properties of surface-active additives.
Just as in the mining industry, technical lignosulfonates are used to enhance various types of structures: mud pits, wells, etc.

In the mining industry

In the mining industry technical lignosulfonates are used as a flotation reagent – a substance that allows to incomplete wetting of the particle emissions, ie various mineral ores and allow himself the flotation process. That technical lignosulphonate are among the most expensive flotation reagents, and they know a few thousand, enhances the demand for reagents in the industry. In addition to the mining technical lignosulphonate used to strengthen the mud pits. They are added during the construction of various coatings and bases from the soil. Data structures reinforced bitumen emulsions, liquid bitumen or coal tar, resins, together with cement or lime, which in turn added to lignosulfonates.

In metallurgy

Widespread use of lignosulfonate as a binder for molding and core mixtures in foundry.
In the manufacture of molding and core mixtures for cast iron, nonferrous and steel castings lignosulphonates replace some scarce and toxic materials: phenol, urea formaldehyde and phenol-formaldehyde resin.
If you use binders based on lignosulfonate declining cost of suitable raw materials, increasing the strength of the rods, reducing their osypaemosti to 0,05-0,08%, lower temperature and reducing the duration of the thermal cure.
In non-ferrous metal lignosulfonates are used as a flotation reagent and binding reagent for briquetting of fine-grained materials. They are widely used as a binder and plasticizer in the production of pig iron, steel, sintering ore, acid etching and tempering the metal and so on.

In the chemical industry

In the chemical industries lignosulfonates are used in the manufacture of pesticides and seed dressing – as dispersant and stabilizer of suspensions in the manufacture of chemical plant protection.
Also, widespread use of lignosulfonate in food and fragrance industry. Obtained from lignosulfonate guaiacol and vanillin is used to give a specific smell.

CHROME LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

CHROME LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

Section 1-Chemical Product and Company Identification

Trade Name of Product: Chrome lignosulfonate

Synonym: Chrome lignosulfonate

Chemical Formula:not available

Contact Information

Headquarter

Address:Lizeyayuan Apartment,South West Station Road,Fengtai District,Beijing,China

Zip code:100072

Branch Address.WestXinluo St. High-tech Dist, Jinan, Shandong ,China.

Email:info@greenagrochem.com

Http://www.greenagrochem.com

Section 2-Composition Information on Ingredients

Composition

Total Ca    3.6-4.2

Cr complex  75.0%max

Section 3-Hazards Identification

Potential Acute Health Effects:no specific information available in our databank regarding the acute effect of this material for humans.

Route of Entry: Eyes, Inhalation, Skin and Ingestion

Section 4-First Aid Measures

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air and support breathing as needed, Seek medical attention if

irritation persists.

Ingestion :Seek medical attention or call a poison control center immediately.

Skin: No poisonous to skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reusing. Flush skin with water, and then wash with soap and water. Seek medical attention if skin becomes irritated.

Eye:In such case flush eye immediately for at leat 10 minutes .Get medical attention.

Section 5-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability of the product:may be combustible at high temperature.

Flash point: Non-available

Flammable limits: Non-available

Product of combustion:Non-available

Special remarks on fire hazards:Non-available

Special remarks on explosion hazards:Non-available

Section 6- Accidental Release Measures

Small Spills: Clean up personnel should protect against mist inhalation and skin contact. Avoid generating mists, Spills when handling should be cleaned up immediately to prevent spreading.

Large Spills:use a shovel to put the material into a convenient wast disposal container.Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evaluate through the sanitary system.

Section 7- Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Store in cool, dry areas away from children, feed and food products and sources of heat, Immediately clean up spills that occur during handling or storage.

Protect from freezing keep containers closed when not in use.

Section 8-Exposure Controls /Personal Protection

Occupational Exposure Limits:

No value assigned for this specific material by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). However, Workplace Exposure Standard(s) for particulates:Particulates not otherwise classified: 8hr WES-TWA 10 mg/m3 (inhalable dust) or 3 mg/m3 (respirable dust)As published by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH).

WES – TWA (Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average) – The eight-hour, time-weighted average exposure standard is designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of

occupational health hazards. All atmospheric contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of relative toxicity.

Engineering controls:

Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and breathing in dusts. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing dust mask. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal Protective Equipment:

The selection of PPE is dependant on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work situation,the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.Orica Personal Protection Guide No. 1, 1998: E – OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES, GLOVES, DUSTMASK. Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Avoid generating and inhaling dusts. If excessive dust exists, wear dust mask/respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking,eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage or re-use.

 Section 9-Physical/Chenmical Characteristics

Physical state and appearance :Powder solid

Order:slight

Molecular weight:Not available

Color: Brown

Boiling point:Not available

Melting point:Not available

Critical temperature:Not available

Specific gravity:Not available

Vapor pressure:Not available

Vapor density:Not available

Solubility:easy soluble in cold water and hot water.

Section 10-Reactivity Data

Stability:Product stable at room temperature in closed containers under normal storage and handling conditions

Chemical Incompatibilities:Strong bases and Acids

Condition to avoid:Avoid excessive heat.

Section 11-Toxicological Information

Eye Effects:Irritation

Skin Effects:May cause irritation

Acute Inhalation Effects:Not Determined

Chronic Effects:No unusual chronic effects

Carcinogenicity:Not listed as carcinogenic

Section 12-Ecoligical Information

Soil Absorption/Mobility:Mobile in soil profile

Section 13-Disposal Considerations

Disposal:Dispose of in an approved landfill or apply at recommended label rates.

Disposal Regulatory Requirement:Follow applicable Federal,State and local regulations

Section 14-Transport Information

Not regulated by the DOT

Section 15-Regulatory Information

Sudden Release of Pressure:No Immediate:YES

Fire:No Delayed:No

Reactive:No

Section 16-Other

Disclaimer:All information appearing herein is based upon data obtained from manufactuers and/or recognized technical

sources. While the information is believed to be accurate, we make no representations as to its accuracy or sufficiency.

Ferrochrome lignosulfonate msds

Material Safety Data Sheet

 

Section 1-Chemical Product and Company Identification

Trade Name of Product: Ferrochrome lignosulfonate

Synonym: Ferrochrome lignosulfonate

Chemical Formula:not available

Contact Information

Headquarter

Address:Lizeyayuan Apartment,South West Station Road,Fengtai District,Beijing,China

Zip code:100072

Branch Address.WestXinluo St. High-tech Dist, Jinan, Shandong ,China.

Email:info@greenagrochem.com

Http://www.greenagrochem.com

 

Section 2-Composition Information on Ingredients

Dry maters 95%min
Water-insoluble 2.0%max
Sulfate 3%max
Lignosulfonate 55-60%
Density 0.532g/cm3
Moisture 8%Max
Total Fe 4%Max
Total Cr 4%Max

Section 3-Hazards Identification

Potential Acute Health Effects:no specific information available in our databank regarding the acute effect of this material for humans.

Route of Entry: Eyes, Inhalation, Skin and Ingestion

Section 4-First Aid Measures

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air and support breathing as needed, Seek medical attention if

irritation persists.

Ingestion :Seek medical attention or call a poison control center immediately.

Skin: No poisonous to skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reusing. Flush skin with water, and then wash with soap and water. Seek medical attention if skin becomes irritated.

Eye:In such case flush eye immediately for at leat 10 minutes .Get medical attention.

Section 5-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability of the product:may be combustible at high temperature.

Flash point: Non-available

Flammable limits: Non-available

Product of combustion:Non-available

Special remarks on fire hazards:Non-available

Special remarks on explosion hazards:Non-available

Section 6- Accidental Release Measures

Small Spills: Clean up personnel should protect against mist inhalation and skin contact. Avoid generating mists, Spills when handling should be cleaned up immediately to prevent spreading.

Large Spills:use a shovel to put the material into a convenient wast disposal container.Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evaluate through the sanitary system.

Section 7- Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Store in cool, dry areas away from children, feed and food products and sources of heat, Immediately clean up spills that occur during handling or storage.

Protect from freezing keep containers closed when not in use.

Section 8-Exposure Controls /Personal Protection

Occupational Exposure Limits:

No value assigned for this specific material by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). However, Workplace Exposure Standard(s) for particulates:Particulates not otherwise classified: 8hr WES-TWA 10 mg/m3 (inhalable dust) or 3 mg/m3 (respirable dust)As published by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH).

WES – TWA (Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average) – The eight-hour, time-weighted average exposure standard is designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of

occupational health hazards. All atmospheric contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of relative toxicity.

Engineering controls:

Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and breathing in dusts. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing dust mask. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal Protective Equipment:

The selection of PPE is dependant on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work situation,the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.Orica Personal Protection Guide No. 1, 1998: E – OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES, GLOVES, DUSTMASK. Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Avoid generating and inhaling dusts. If excessive dust exists, wear dust mask/respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking,eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage or re-use.

 Section 9-Physical/Chenmical Characteristics

Physical state and appearance :Powder solid

Order:slight

Molecular weight:Not available

Color:Yellow brown

Boiling point:Not available

Melting point:Not available

Critical temperature:Not available

Specific gravity:Not available

Vapor pressure:Not available

Vapor density:Not available

Solubility:easy soluble in cold water and hot water.

Section 10-Reactivity Data

Stability:Product stable at room temperature in closed containers under normal storage and handling conditions

Chemical Incompatibilities:Strong bases and Acids

Condition to avoid:Avoid excessive heat.

Section 11-Toxicological Information

Eye Effects:Irritation

Skin Effects:May cause irritation

Acute Inhalation Effects:Not Determined

Chronic Effects:No unusual chronic effects

Carcinogenicity:Not listed as carcinogenic

Section 12-Ecoligical Information

Soil Absorption/Mobility:Mobile in soil profile

Section 13-Disposal Considerations

Disposal:Dispose of in an approved landfill or apply at recommended label rates.

Disposal Regulatory Requirement:Follow applicable Federal,State and local regulations

Section 14-Transport Information

Not regulated by the DOT

Section 15-Regulatory Information

Sudden Release of Pressure:No Immediate:YES

Fire:No Delayed:No

Reactive:No

Section 16-Other

Disclaimer:All information appearing herein is based upon data obtained from manufactuers and/or recognized technical

sources. While the information is believed to be accurate, we make no representations as to its accuracy or sufficiency.

Chrome Free lignosulfonate msdS

  Chrome Free lignosulfonate

Section 1-Chemical Product and Company Identification

Trade Name of Product: Chrome Free lignosulfonate

Synonym: Chrome Free lignosulfonate

Chemical Formula:not available

Contact Information

Headquarter

Address:Lizeyayuan Apartment,South West Station Road,Fengtai District,Beijing,China

Zip code:100072

Branch Address.WestXinluo St. High-tech Dist, Jinan, Shandong ,China.

Email:info@greenagrochem.com

Http://www.greenagrochem.com

 

Section 2-Composition Information on Ingredients

Main Specification

Item Requirement
Material insoluble to water 2.5%max
Moisture 8.5%max
PH(2% water solution) 2.8~3.8
Appearance Brown powder

Mud performance

Item Fresh water drilling mud Salt water
drilling mud
Normal temperature Apparent  viscosity  mPa.s ≤20 ≤25
Rate of reducing viscosity % ≥85 ≥65
High temperature Apparent viscosity   mPa.s ≤35 ≤45
Rate of reducing viscosity % ≥60 ≥45

Section 3-Hazards Identification

Potential Acute Health Effects:no specific information available in our databank regarding the acute effect of this material for humans.

Route of Entry: Eyes, Inhalation, Skin and Ingestion

Section 4-First Aid Measures

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air and support breathing as needed, Seek medical attention if

irritation persists.

Ingestion :Seek medical attention or call a poison control center immediately.

Skin: No poisonous to skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reusing. Flush skin with water, and then wash with soap and water. Seek medical attention if skin becomes irritated.

Eye:In such case flush eye immediately for at leat 10 minutes .Get medical attention.

Section 5-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability of the product:may be combustible at high temperature.

Flash point: Non-available

Flammable limits: Non-available

Product of combustion:Non-available

Special remarks on fire hazards:Non-available

Special remarks on explosion hazards:Non-available

Section 6- Accidental Release Measures

Small Spills: Clean up personnel should protect against mist inhalation and skin contact. Avoid generating mists, Spills when handling should be cleaned up immediately to prevent spreading.

Large Spills:use a shovel to put the material into a convenient wast disposal container.Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evaluate through the sanitary system.

Section 7- Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Store in cool, dry areas away from children, feed and food products and sources of heat, Immediately clean up spills that occur during handling or storage.

Protect from freezing keep containers closed when not in use.

Section 8-Exposure Controls /Personal Protection

Occupational Exposure Limits:

No value assigned for this specific material by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). However, Workplace Exposure Standard(s) for particulates:Particulates not otherwise classified: 8hr WES-TWA 10 mg/m3 (inhalable dust) or 3 mg/m3 (respirable dust)As published by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH).

WES – TWA (Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average) – The eight-hour, time-weighted average exposure standard is designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of

occupational health hazards. All atmospheric contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of relative toxicity.

Engineering controls:

Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and breathing in dusts. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing dust mask. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal Protective Equipment:

The selection of PPE is dependant on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work situation,the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.Orica Personal Protection Guide No. 1, 1998: E – OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES, GLOVES, DUSTMASK. Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Avoid generating and inhaling dusts. If excessive dust exists, wear dust mask/respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking,eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage or re-use.

 Section 9-Physical/Chenmical Characteristics

Physical state and appearance :Powder solid

Order:slight

Molecular weight:Not available

Color: Brown

Boiling point:Not available

Melting point:Not available

Critical temperature:Not available

Specific gravity:Not available

Vapor pressure:Not available

Vapor density:Not available

Solubility:easy soluble in cold water and hot water.

Section 10-Reactivity Data

Stability:Product stable at room temperature in closed containers under normal storage and handling conditions

Chemical Incompatibilities:Strong bases and Acids

Condition to avoid:Avoid excessive heat.

Section 11-Toxicological Information

Eye Effects:Irritation

Skin Effects:May cause irritation

Acute Inhalation Effects:Not Determined

Chronic Effects:No unusual chronic effects

Carcinogenicity:Not listed as carcinogenic

Section 12-Ecoligical Information

Soil Absorption/Mobility:Mobile in soil profile

Section 13-Disposal Considerations

Disposal:Dispose of in an approved landfill or apply at recommended label rates.

Disposal Regulatory Requirement:Follow applicable Federal,State and local regulations

Section 14-Transport Information

Not regulated by the DOT

Section 15-Regulatory Information

Sudden Release of Pressure:No Immediate:YES

Fire:No Delayed:No

Reactive:No

Section 16-Other

Disclaimer:All information appearing herein is based upon data obtained from manufactuers and/or recognized technical

sources. While the information is believed to be accurate, we make no representations as to its accuracy or sufficiency.

POTASSIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

POTASSIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

Section 1-Chemical Product and Company Identification

Trade Name of Product: Potassium lignosulfonate

Synonym: Potassium lignosulfonate

Chemical name:Lignosulfonate acid Potassium salt

Chemical Formula:not available

Contact Information

Headquarter

Address:Lizeyayuan Apartment,South West Station Road,Fengtai District,Beijing,China

Zip code:100072

Branch Address.WestXinluo St. High-tech Dist, Jinan, Shandong ,China.

Email:info@greenagrochem.com

Http://www.greenagrochem.com

Section 2-Composition Information on Ingredients

Appearance Yellow Brown powder
PH value 4-7
Dry maters 95%min
Water-insoluble 1.0%max
Sulfate 2%min
K2O 8%min
Lignosulfonate 55%min
Total reducing matter 7%max
Density 0. 532g/cm3
Moisture 7%Max

Section 3-Hazards Identification

Potential Acute Health Effects:no specific information available in our databank regarding the acute effect of this material for humans.

Route of Entry: Eyes, Inhalation, Skin and Ingestion

Section 4-First Aid Measures

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air and support breathing as needed, Seek medical attention if

irritation persists.

Ingestion :Seek medical attention or call a poison control center immediately.

Skin: No poisonous to skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reusing. Flush skin with water, and then wash with soap and water. Seek medical attention if skin becomes irritated.

Eye:In such case flush eye immediately for at leat 10 minutes .Get medical attention.

Section 5-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability of the product:may be combustible at high temperature.

Flash point: Non-available

Flammable limits: Non-available

Product of combustion:Non-available

Special remarks on fire hazards:Non-available

Special remarks on explosion hazards:Non-available

Section 6- Accidental Release Measures

Small Spills: Clean up personnel should protect against mist inhalation and skin contact. Avoid generating mists, Spills when handling should be cleaned up immediately to prevent spreading.

Large Spills:use a shovel to put the material into a convenient wast disposal container.Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evaluate through the sanitary system.

Section 7- Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Store in cool, dry areas away from children, feed and food products and sources of heat, Immediately clean up spills that occur during handling or storage.

Protect from freezing keep containers closed when not in use.

Section 8-Exposure Controls /Personal Protection

Occupational Exposure Limits:

No value assigned for this specific material by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). However, Workplace Exposure Standard(s) for particulates:Particulates not otherwise classified: 8hr WES-TWA 10 mg/m3 (inhalable dust) or 3 mg/m3 (respirable dust)As published by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH).

WES – TWA (Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average) – The eight-hour, time-weighted average exposure standard is designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of

occupational health hazards. All atmospheric contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of relative toxicity.

Engineering controls:

Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and breathing in dusts. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing dust mask. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal Protective Equipment:

The selection of PPE is dependant on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work situation,the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.Orica Personal Protection Guide No. 1, 1998: E – OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES, GLOVES, DUSTMASK. Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Avoid generating and inhaling dusts. If excessive dust exists, wear dust mask/respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking,eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage or re-use.

 Section 9-Physical/Chenmical Characteristics

Physical state and appearance :Powder solid

Order:slight

Molecular weight:Not available

Color:yellow brown

Boiling point:Not available

Melting point:Not available

Critical temperature:Not available

Specific gravity:Not available

Vapor pressure:Not available

Vapor density:Not available

Solubility:easy soluble in cold water and hot water.

Section 10-Reactivity Data

Stability:Product stable at room temperature in closed containers under normal storage and handling conditions

Chemical Incompatibilities:Strong bases and Acids

Condition to avoid:Avoid excessive heat.

Section 11-Toxicological Information

Eye Effects:Irritation

Skin Effects:May cause irritation

Acute Inhalation Effects:Not Determined

Chronic Effects:No unusual chronic effects

Carcinogenicity:Not listed as carcinogenic

Section 12-Ecoligical Information

Soil Absorption/Mobility:Mobile in soil profile

Section 13-Disposal Considerations

Disposal:Dispose of in an approved landfill or apply at recommended label rates.

Disposal Regulatory Requirement:Follow applicable Federal,State and local regulations

Section 14-Transport Information

Not regulated by the DOT

Section 15-Regulatory Information

Sudden Release of Pressure:No Immediate:YES

Fire:No Delayed:No

Reactive:No

Section 16-Other

Disclaimer:All information appearing herein is based upon data obtained from manufactuers and/or recognized technical

sources. While the information is believed to be accurate, we make no representations as to its accuracy or sufficiency.

MAGNESIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

MAGNESIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

Section 1-Chemical Product and Company Identification

Trade Name of Product: Megnesium lignosulfonate

Synonym: Megnesium lignosulfonate

Chemical name:Lignosulfonate acid Megnesium salt

Chemical Formula:not available

Contact Information

Headquarter

Address:Lizeyayuan Apartment,South West Station Road,Fengtai District,Beijing,China

Zip code:100072

Branch Address.WestXinluo St. High-tech Dist, Jinan, Shandong ,China.

Email:info@greenagrochem.com

Http://www.greenagrochem.com

Section 2-Composition Information on Ingredients

Composition

Dry matter 95%min

Lignosulfonates 50-60%

Section 3-Hazards Identification

Potential Acute Health Effects:no specific information available in our databank regarding the acute effect of this material for humans.

Route of Entry: Eyes, Inhalation, Skin and Ingestion

Section 4-First Aid Measures

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air and support breathing as needed, Seek medical attention if

irritation persists.

Ingestion :Seek medical attention or call a poison control center immediately.

Skin: No poisonous to skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reusing. Flush skin with water, and then wash with soap and water. Seek medical attention if skin becomes irritated.

Eye:In such case flush eye immediately for at leat 10 minutes .Get medical attention.

Section 5-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability of the product:may be combustible at high temperature.

Flash point: Non-available

Flammable limits: Non-available

Product of combustion:Non-available

Special remarks on fire hazards:Non-available

Special remarks on explosion hazards:Non-available

Section 6- Accidental Release Measures

Small Spills: Clean up personnel should protect against mist inhalation and skin contact. Avoid generating mists, Spills when handling should be cleaned up immediately to prevent spreading.

Large Spills:use a shovel to put the material into a convenient wast disposal container.Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evaluate through the sanitary system.

Section 7- Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Store in cool, dry areas away from children, feed and food products and sources of heat, Immediately clean up spills that occur during handling or storage.

Protect from freezing keep containers closed when not in use.

Section 8-Exposure Controls /Personal Protection

Occupational Exposure Limits:

No value assigned for this specific material by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). However, Workplace Exposure Standard(s) for particulates:Particulates not otherwise classified: 8hr WES-TWA 10 mg/m3 (inhalable dust) or 3 mg/m3 (respirable dust)As published by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH).

WES – TWA (Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average) – The eight-hour, time-weighted average exposure standard is designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of

occupational health hazards. All atmospheric contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of relative toxicity.

Engineering controls:

Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and breathing in dusts. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing dust mask. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal Protective Equipment:

The selection of PPE is dependant on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work situation,the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.Orica Personal Protection Guide No. 1, 1998: E – OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES, GLOVES, DUSTMASK. Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Avoid generating and inhaling dusts. If excessive dust exists, wear dust mask/respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking,eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage or re-use.

 Section 9-Physical/Chenmical Characteristics

Physical state and appearance :Powder solid

Order:slight

Molecular weight:Not available

Color:yellow brown

Boiling point:Not available

Melting point:Not available

Critical temperature:Not available

Specific gravity:Not available

Vapor pressure:Not available

Vapor density:Not available

Solubility:easy soluble in cold water and hot water.

Section 10-Reactivity Data

Stability:Product stable at room temperature in closed containers under normal storage and handling conditions

Chemical Incompatibilities:Strong bases and Acids

Condition to avoid:Avoid excessive heat.

Section 11-Toxicological Information

Eye Effects:Irritation

Skin Effects:May cause irritation

Acute Inhalation Effects:Not Determined

Chronic Effects:No unusual chronic effects

Carcinogenicity:Not listed as carcinogenic

Section 12-Ecoligical Information

Soil Absorption/Mobility:Mobile in soil profile

Section 13-Disposal Considerations

Disposal:Dispose of in an approved landfill or apply at recommended label rates.

Disposal Regulatory Requirement:Follow applicable Federal,State and local regulations

Section 14-Transport Information

Not regulated by the DOT

Section 15-Regulatory Information

Sudden Release of Pressure:No Immediate:YES

Fire:No Delayed:No

Reactive:No

Section 16-Other

Disclaimer:All information appearing herein is based upon data obtained from manufactuers and/or recognized technical

sources. While the information is believed to be accurate, we make no representations as to its accuracy or sufficiency.

CALCIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

 

CALCIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MSDS

Section 1-Chemical Product and Company Identification

Trade Name of Product: Calcium lignosulfonate

Synonym:Calcium lignosulfonate

Chemical name:Lignosulfonate acid calcium salt

Chemical Formula:not available

Contact Information

Headquarter

Address:Lizeyayuan Apartment,South West Station Road,Fengtai District,Beijing,China

Zip code:100072

Branch Address.WestXinluo St. High-tech Dist, Jinan, Shandong ,China.

Email:info@greenagrochem.com

Http://www.greenagrochem.com

Section 2-Composition Information on Ingredients

Product Code      GAC-CaLS-1  GAC-CaLS-2  GAC-CaLS-3
Appearance  Light Yellow powder  Yellow Brown powder Yellow Brown powder
PH value      4-7  5-7 5-7
Dry maters      95%min  95%min 95%min
Water-insoluble      1.5%max  2%max 2.5%max
Sulphate      2%min  2%min 2%min
Total Calcium&magnesium(sulfate)      5%-8%   5%-8% 5%-6%
Lignosulphonate      55%min  50%min 50%min
Sugar      9%-10%   9%-12% 10-12%
Reducing Sugar      7%around  7%around 7%around
Ash      13%min  16%min 18%-21%
Bulk Density(kg/m3)      205  205 205
Moisture      7%Max  7%max 7%

CAS.8061-52-7

 

Section 3-Hazards Identification

Potential Acute Health Effects:no specific information available in our databank regarding the acute effect of this material for humans.

Route of Entry: Eyes, Inhalation, Skin and Ingestion

Section 4-First Aid Measures

Inhalation: Remove person to fresh air and support breathing as needed, Seek medical attention if

irritation persists.

Ingestion :Seek medical attention or call a poison control center immediately.

Skin: No poisonous to skin. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reusing. Flush skin with water, and then wash with soap and water. Seek medical attention if skin becomes irritated.

Eye:In such case flush eye immediately for at leat 10 minutes .Get medical attention.

Section 5-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability of the product:may be combustible at high temperature.

Flash point: Non-available

Flammable limits: Non-available

Product of combustion:Non-available

Special remarks on fire hazards:Non-available

Special remarks on explosion hazards:Non-available

Section 6- Accidental Release Measures

Small Spills: Clean up personnel should protect against mist inhalation and skin contact. Avoid generating mists, Spills when handling should be cleaned up immediately to prevent spreading.

Large Spills:use a shovel to put the material into a convenient wast disposal container.Finish cleaning by spreading water on the contaminated surface and allow to evaluate through the sanitary system.

Section 7- Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Store in cool, dry areas away from children, feed and food products and sources of heat, Immediately clean up spills that occur during handling or storage.

Protect from freezing keep containers closed when not in use.

Section 8-Exposure Controls /Personal Protection

Occupational Exposure Limits:

No value assigned for this specific material by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH). However, Workplace Exposure Standard(s) for particulates:Particulates not otherwise classified: 8hr WES-TWA 10 mg/m3 (inhalable dust) or 3 mg/m3 (respirable dust)As published by the New Zealand Occupational Safety and Health Service (OSH).

WES – TWA (Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average) – The eight-hour, time-weighted average exposure standard is designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of

occupational health hazards. All atmospheric contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These exposure standards should not be used as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of relative toxicity.

Engineering controls:

Ensure ventilation is adequate to maintain air concentrations below Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and breathing in dusts. Use with local exhaust ventilation or while wearing dust mask. Keep containers closed when not in use.

Personal Protective Equipment:

The selection of PPE is dependant on a detailed risk assessment. The risk assessment should consider the work situation,the physical form of the chemical, the handling methods, and environmental factors.Orica Personal Protection Guide No. 1, 1998: E – OVERALLS, SAFETY SHOES, SAFETY GLASSES, GLOVES, DUSTMASK. Wear overalls, safety glasses and impervious gloves. Avoid generating and inhaling dusts. If excessive dust exists, wear dust mask/respirator meeting the requirements of AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking,eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage or re-use.

 Section 9-Physical/Chenmical Characteristics

Physical state and appearance :Powder solid

Order:slight

Molecular weight:Not available

Color:yellow brown

Boiling point:Not available

Melting point:Not available

Critical temperature:Not available

Specific gravity:Not available

Vapor pressure:Not available

Vapor density:Not available

Solubility:easy soluble in cold water and hot water.

Section 10-Reactivity Data

Stability:Product stable at room temperature in closed containers under normal storage and handling conditions

Chemical Incompatibilities:Strong bases and Acids

Condition to avoid:Avoid excessive heat.

Section 11-Toxicological Information

Eye Effects:Irritation

Skin Effects:May cause irritation

Acute Inhalation Effects:Not Determined

Chronic Effects:No unusual chronic effects

Carcinogenicity:Not listed as carcinogenic

Section 12-Ecoligical Information

Soil Absorption/Mobility:Mobile in soil profile

Section 13-Disposal Considerations

Disposal:Dispose of in an approved landfill or apply at recommended label rates.

Disposal Regulatory Requirement:Follow applicable Federal,State and local regulations

Section 14-Transport Information

Not regulated by the DOT

Section 15-Regulatory Information

Sudden Release of Pressure:No Immediate:YES

Fire:No Delayed:No

Reactive:No

Section 16-Other

Disclaimer:All information appearing herein is based upon data obtained from manufactuers and/or recognized technical

sources. While the information is believed to be accurate, we make no representations as to its accuracy or sufficiency.