|Name:||Grinding Wheel Potassium Fluoroborate Powder 98% Min Purity 125.89 Mol Wt||CAS No:||14075-53-7|
|MOL WT.:||125.89||Synonyms:||Potassium Fluoborate, Potassium Tetrafluoroborate|
UN Number: 3288
Dangerous Goods Class: 6.1
Packing Group: III
Hazchem Code: 2X
Synonyms : POTASSIUM BOROFLUORIDE;POTASSIUM
F4;Potassium fluoborate;Potassium Tetrafluoborate;
The goodwill that we have gained in the market is due to our highly effective
Potassium Fluoborate which is accurately formulated under the strict supervision
of our industry experts. Owing to the features such as precise pH value, purity, a
long shelf life and an accurate composition, this Potassium Fluoborate is highly
demanded in glass, ceramic and electrical industries. We offer this chemical in
different packaging options as per the needs of the clients. We assure our clients
that this chemical is stringently monitored on various parameters.
Whitegranule crystal,slightly dissolved in water,hot alcohol and ethanol,not
dissolved in alkali solutions;decomposed by strong acidto be Boron
trifluoride;codissolved with carbonate of alkali metals to be fluoride and
borate;melting point 530°C
FIRST AID MEASURES
If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Seek urgent medical assistance. GIve large
quantities of milk or water. Give at least 30 mL of milk of magnesia or aluminium
hydroxide gel in equal amount of water to react with and reduce the fluoride
present. If these are not available, the whites of 2 to 3 eggs may be used.
If crystals enter the eyes, flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes, ensuring
eye lids are held open. Immediately transport to hospital or doctor.
If skin contact occurs, remove any contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly
with water and soap. Seek medical attention.
Remove victim to fresh air. Apply resuscitation if victim is not breathing - DO NOT
USE DIRECT MOUTH - TO - MOUTH METHOD if victim ingested or inhaled
substance; use alternative respiratory method or proper respiratory device -
First Aid Facilities:
Eye wash fountain, safety shower and normal wash room facilities.
Advice to Doctor:
Treat symptomatically. Symptoms of fluoride overexposure may include salivation,
nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, fever, laboured breathing. Fluoride ion can
reduce serum calcium levels possibly causing fatal hypocalcemia. Prolonged
exposure to fluoride dusts, vapours or mists results in perforation of the nasal
septum. Chronic effects include excessive calcium precipitation by the fluoride ion
in the bones, ligaments and tendons.
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