What is the MSDS for ammonia?

What is the MSDS for ammonia?

What is the MSDS for ammonia?

Ammonia is an irritant and corrosive to the skin, eyes, respiratory tract and mucous membranes. Exposure to liquid or rapidly expanding gases may cause severe chemical burns and frostbite to the eyes, lungs and skin. Skin and respiratory related diseases could be aggravated by exposure.

What is the CAS number for ammonia?

CAS number : 7664-41-7 Substance/mixture CAS number/other identifiers : Occupational exposure limits, if available, are listed in Section 8.

What classification is ammonia?

Anhydrous Ammonia: (SDS) Safety Data Sheet

HAZARD CLASS: (US Domestic): 2.2 (Non-Flammable Gas. 49 CFR 173.115)
LABEL / PLACARD: (US Domestic): 2.2, Non-Flammable Gas

Is ammonia toxic to humans?

Ammonia is corrosive. The severity of health effects depends on the route of exposure, the dose and the duration of exposure. Exposure to high concentrations of ammonia in air causes immediate burning of the eyes, nose, throat and respiratory tract and can result in blindness, lung damage or death.

Is 25 ppm ammonia safe?

The NIOSH Recommended Exposure Limit (REL) for ammonia is 25 ppm averaged over an eight-hour work day. NIOSH also says that there should be a Short Term Exposure Limit (STEL) of 35 ppm during any 15 minute period in the day. No worker should be exposed to more than that amount over any 15 minute period.

What is ammonia explosive?

Ammonium nitrate prills provide a much more concentrated supply of oxygen than the air around us. At high enough temperatures, however, ammonium nitrate can violently decompose on its own. This process creates gases including nitrogen oxides and water vapour. It is this rapid release of gases that causes an explosion.

Is ammonia flammable or explosive?

Ammonia gas is easily compressed and forms a clear liquid under pressure. Ammonia is usually shipped as a compressed liquid in steel containers. Ammonia is not highly flammable, but containers of ammonia may explode when exposed to high heat.

Can smelling ammonia hurt you?

If touched, ammonia can cause irritation or burns to the eyes or skin. Inhalation of ammonia can also cause nose and throat irritation. People can smell the pungent odor of ammonia in air at about 5 parts of ammonia in a million parts of air (ppm).