SAFETY DATA SHEET
Material Name : Acid Resistant Brick, Acid Resistant Tiles
Synonyms : Red shale, Fire clay acid resistant brick, tiles, acid
Resistant Custom brick and tiles shapes
Chemical Group : Aluminum Silicates
Formula : Mixture
Recommended Uses : Building material for Structural support, Industrial
Heavy duty Flooring, Exterior and interior
floor and walls Lining.
Manufacturer : KHODIYAR CERAMICS (INDIA) PVT LTD
Contact Info : PLOT NO: 829, KERALA INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
NEAR BAVLA, AHMEDABAD-382220
STATE: GUJARAT, COUNTRY: INDIA
Product Support / Technical Support Phone : +912714 – 268568
Emergency Phone Number : +912714- 268336
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Classification : N/A
Pictograms : N/A
Hazard Statements : Brick dust may contain crystalline silica, a chemical that
Causes cancer stated by certain agencies.
Precautionary Statements : Limit inhalation of clay dust, Wash hands after using this
product, Wear Protective gloves/protective glass while handling.
Response : If exposed: Get medical concern, if skin rashes occurred : Medical attention, if brick dust inhaled: remove person in fresh air until breath comfortable.
Storage : N/A
Disposal : Dispose unwanted or unused brick pieces as per local, national and international standards.
Ingredients of unknown
Toxicity : 0%
3. INGREDIENTS INFORMATION
||55— 75 %
||6 — 28 %
||Chromium, Manganese, Iron: compounds
The Information above are provided for environment purpose and industrial hygiene and are not intended to represent product specifications
4. FIRST AID MEASURES
Eye Contact : Wash with plenty of water, get medical aid if irritation continuous.
Skin Contact : If any rashes or cut: Treat with disinfectant and bandages.
Inhalation : Consult physician if breathing not comes to normal OR Cough appears.
Notes to Physician : Symptoms may not appeared immediately
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Suitable Extinguishing Media : N/A , Brick will not Burn
Fire/Explosion Hazards : Brick as shipped do not pose fire/explosion hazard
Advice for Fire Fighting : N/A
6. ACCIDENTIAL RELEASE MEASURES
Precautions and Protective
Equipment : Recommended in Section 8
Emergency Procedures : N/A
Method of Cleanup : N/A
Cleanup Procedures : N/A
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Precautions : Avoid breathing of dust
Storage : Always stack and store brick in a stable manner to avoid falling Hazards.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
|Occupational Exposure Limits
|Chromium, Manganese and Iron Content
Personal Protective Equipments : Goggles, Gloves, Respirators
Other Clothing : Cut resistant gloves may be necessary, respirator normally not normally needed unless cutting with dry saw.
Other : Use of wet sawing methods is recommended that bricks may be cut hence elimination of brick dust.
9. PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
||Solid Brick, Tile and Shapes
||Mainly Cream and Terracotta color
|Molecular Weight and Formula
|Solvent and Water Solubility
|Melting/Boiling Point (OC)
|Evaporation rate (gm/s)
|Vapor Pressure (kPa)
|Vapor Density (g/ml)
|Autoignition Temperature (OC)
|Flash Point (OC)
|Upper Explosive Limits (%by Vol.)
|Lower Explosive Limits (%by Vol.)
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Reactivity : Bricks as shipped are not reactive
Chemical Stability : Stable under normal condition of use
Oxidizing Properties : N/A
Incompatible reaction : N/A
Hazardous Decomposition : N/A
AVOID CONTACT WITH HYDROFLURIC ACID
11. TOXOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Inhalation : Dust generated from dry cutting of brick and tiles, may release respirable and non respirable crystalline silica. Crystalline silica is known as carcinogen and may lead to a condition known silicosis in human if proper precautions are not followed.
Eyes : Eyes may be irritated by dust generated by dry cutting chemical bricks and tiles, protect eyes from potential injuries from broken chips when cutting or demolishing.
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Non Hazardous : There is no evidence that these materials produce any environmental hazard.
13. DISPOSAL INFORMATION
Disposal should be in accordance with applicable local, regional, national and international laws and regulations. Not a Hazard waste as per US EPA regulations.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
THIS MATERIAL IS NOT REGULATED FOR TRANSPORTAION AS HAZARDOUS MATERIAL / DANGEROUS GOODS.
DOT: BRICKS AS SHIPPED ARE NOT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PER DOT REGULATIONS.
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
RCRA : Brick in its solid form is typically considered a non-hazardous waste for disposal, but local regulation may vary, therefore all waste must be disposed/recycled/reclaimed in accordance with federal, state, and local environmental control regulations. Water containing brick solids, such as from wet sawing operations, should also be disposed of in accordance with federal, state and local environmental regulation. Brick waste should not be used as a blasting agent.
EPCRA Section 311/312 : Bricks as shipped are not a section 311/312 reportable Product
EPCRA Section 313 : Bricks as shipped are not a subject to the Section 313, Toxic chemical Release Inventory reporting requirements.
DOT : BRICKS AS SHIPPED ARE NOT HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PER DOT REGULATIONS.
16. OTHER INFORMATION
KHODIYAR CERAMICS INDIA PVT LTD considers our product an “article” as defined in 30 CFR 1200(b)(g)(iv) and 40 CFR 372.38. As an article, an MSDS is not required and the product is exempt from all other requirements of the hazard communication standard. OSHA requires an MSDS for brick because it is occasionally dry sawed. We recommend only wet sawing of the BRICK and TILE.
Prepared By : KHODIYAR CERAMICS INDIA PVT LTD
This MSDS was prepared with information believed accurate at the time of preparation and was prepared and provided in good faith. However KCIPL assumes no responsibility as to the accuracy or suitability of such information and no warranty expressed or implied is made.