Routes of immersion: inhalation, ingestion
Health Hazards: Respiratory burns, eye burns, skin irritation.
Acute: Inhalation can severely irritate the respiratory tract, causing inflammation of the nose or throat, bronchi, and lungs.
Chronic: Ingestion can cause severe irritation and inflammation of the mouth, pharynx and stomach, and can cause cancer.
Skin Contact: Pain, rash may occur.
Eye Contact: Pain may be severe pain, tearing, blurred vision, etc.
Inhalation: Pain or severe pain, loss of smell, digestive system confusion, difficulty breathing, lung congestion, asthma, etc.
Ingestion: Burns, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, dizziness, convulsions, and damage to kidneys and liver.
Hazards to the natural environment: Dust mixed with air can burn or explode. It can be decomposed in air, light, humidity, heating or storage above room temperature. The released gas is toxic and corrosive, flammable and explosive. In contact with water, it is easily dissolved into an aqueous formaldehyde solution, which is released into the soil and can be decomposed by organisms.
Accidental release measures:
Isolate the leaked pollution area, set up warning signs around it, and cut off the fire source. It is recommended that emergency personnel wear gas masks and general fire protection clothing. Use non-sparking tools to collect in dry, clean, covered containers and transport to waste disposal site. In case of large spill, wet with water and contain for recovery.
Respiratory protection: Wear a dust mask. Wear a gas mask if necessary.
Eye Protection: Wear safety glasses.
Protective clothing: Wear appropriate protective clothing.
Hand Protection: Wear protective gloves.
Others: Smoking, eating and also drinking are restricted at the work environment.After work, shower and change. Pay attention to personal hygiene.
Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing and rinse thoroughly with soap and water.
Eye Contact: Immediately lift the eyelids and rinse with running water or saline for at least 15 minutes. seek medical attention.
Inhalation: Get out of the fresh air immediately. Keep the airway clear. Give oxygen if breathing is difficult. Once breathing stops, begin CPR immediately. seek medical attention.
Ingestion: If swallowed by mistake, drink plenty of warm water, induce vomiting, and seek medical attention.
Extinguishing methods: water mist, foam, carbon dioxide, dry powder, sand.