Product Safety Data Sheet Fluorescent Blacklight Lamps
I. PRODUCT IDENTIFCATION SLI Lichtsysteme Fluorescent Lamps
This data sheet covers SLI Lichtsysteme "BLQuantum" brand Fluorescent Lamps for Fly killing applications.
This data sheet does not cover compact fluorescent nor plant, aquarium/vivarium, photocopy, germicidal, or any colored fluorescent lamps nor fluorescent lamps for general lighting.
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS THERE ARE NO KNOWN HEALTH HAZARDS FROM EXPOSURE TO LAMPS THAT ARE INTACT.
If the lamp is broken, the following materials may be released: Chemical Name CAS Number
1) These elements are contained in the material as part of its chemical structure; the material is not a mixture.
III. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES Fire and Explosion Hazards Flammability:
Use extinguishing agents suitable for surrounding fire.
Special Firefighting Procedure: Use a self-contained breathing apparatus to prevent inhalation of dust
and/or fumes that may be generated from broken lamps during
When exposed to high temperature, toxic fumes may be released
A) Operating Lamps WARNING: This lamp emits ultraviolet (UV) power during operation. Certain medications and chemicals can increase an individual's sensitivity to UV. Consult your physician for specific information. Protective eyewear should be worn in occupational situations involving long-term exposure in close proximity to the lamps. Lamp model "F6T5/BL350" is RG-1, all other models are RG-2 per ANSI/IESNA RP-27.3-96. B) Lamp Materials THERE ARE NO KNOWN HEALTH HAZARDS FORM EXPOSURE TO LAMPS THAT ARE INTACT. No adverse effects are expected from occasional exposure to broken lamps. As a matter of good practice, avoid prolonged or frequent exposure to broken lamps unless there is adequate ventilation. The major hazard from broken lamps is the possibility of sustaining glass cuts. Mercury – contact, inhalation or ingestion may cause one or more of the following symptoms: eye irritation, skin irritation, cough, chest pain, dyspnea, bronchitis, pneumonitis, tremor, insomnia, irritability, indecision, headache, fatigue, weakness, stomatitis, salivation, GI tract disturbance, anorexia, weight loss and proteinuria.
Lead – contact, ingestion or inhalation may cause one or more of the following symptoms: weakness, lassitude, insomnia, facial palor, pal eye, anorexia, weight loss, malnutrition, constipation, abdominal pain, colic, anemia, gingival lead line, tremor, wrist paralysis, ankles paralysis, encephalopathy, kidney disease, eye irritation and hypotension. Glass – Glass dust is considered to physiologically inert. Phosphor – Inhalation of insoluble barium compounds has been reported to cause benign pneumoconiosis with no specific symptoms and no changes in pulmonary functions. EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES: Glass Cuts: Perform normal first aid procedures. Seek medical attention as required.
Inhalation: If discomfort, irritation or symptoms of pulmonary involvement develop, remove from exposure and seek medical attention.
Ingestion: In the unlikely event of ingestion of a large quantity of material, seek medical attention.
Contact Skin: Thoroughly wash affected area with mild soap or detergent and water and prevent further contact. Seek medical attention if irritation occurs.
Contact Eye: Wash eyes, including under eyelids, immediately with copious amounts of water for 15 minutes. Seek medical attention.
VI. REACTIVITY DATA
Stability: Conditions to avoid: Incompatibility (materials to avoid): Hazardous Decomposition Products (including combustion products): Hazardous Polymerisation Products: PROCEDURES FOR DISPOSAL OF LAMPS
SLI recommends that all mercury-containing lamps be recycled. If lamps are broken, ventilate area where breakage occurred. Clean-up with mercury vacuum cleaner or other suitable means that avoids dust and mercury vapor generation. Take usual precautions for collection of broken glass. Clean-up requires special care due to mercury droplet proliferation. Place materials in closed containers to avoid generating dust. VIII. SPECIAL HANDLING INFORMATION FOR BROKEN LAMPS
Ventilation: Use adequate general and local exhaust ventilation to maintain exposure levels below the PEL or TLV limits. If such ventilation is unavailable, use respirators as specified below. Respiratory Protection: Use appropriate approved respirator if airborne dust concentrations exceed the pertinent PEL or TLV limits. Eye Protection: Safety glasses, goggles or face shield are recommended if lamps are being broken. Protective Clothing: Cut and puncture resistant gloves are recommended for dealing with broken lamps. Hygienic Practices: After handling broken lamps, wash hands and face thoroughly before eating, smoking or handling tobacco products, applying cosmetics or using toilet facilities. Although SLI Lichtsysteme attempts to provide current and accurate information herein, it makes no representations regarding the accuracy or completeness of the information and assumes no liability for any loss, damage or injury of any kind which may result from, or arise out of, the use of/or reliance on the information by any person. Issue Date: December 12th, 2006
WOUND DRESSING CATEGORIES Category Description Indications Disadvantages Reminders Superficial and cavity wounds Some products may shed, Maintain moist wound surface Dislodges with heavy exudates Support autolytic debridement Not indicated for heavily Maintain moist wound surface May contribute to periwound Not indicated for managem
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