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KYORITSU CHEMICAL-CHECK Lab., Corp. Revised 2012/08/01
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Materials Safety Data Sheet
Reference No. 1020
Issue: 3rd March 1999
Revision: 1st August 2012
1. Chemical product and company identification
Product name PACKTEST Fluoride (Free) [Standard Type] Model WAK-F
Company name KYORITSU CHEMICAL-CHECK Lab., Corp.
Address 37-11, Den-enchofu 5-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 145-0071, Japan
Tel +81-3-3721-9207
Fax +81-3-3721-0666
Person in charge Seiji ISHII
Recommended uses and restrictions Reagent for water quality measurement
2. Hazards identification
Most important hazards information: Irritation
Other effects: Harmful if inhaled or ingested. Contact with eyes, skin and mucous causes irritation.
Long-term exposure may cause discomfort feeling, nausea or headache.
[GHS Classification]
Physical hazards: Classification not possible (No data for GHS classification available)
Health hazards: Not classified or classification not possible (No data for GHS classification available)
Environmental hazards: Classification not possible (No data for GHS classification available)
[GHS labeling elements]
None
[Signal word]
None
[Hazard statements]
None
[Precautionary statements]
Keep out of reach of children and store in the cool, dry, and dark place.
Carefully read instructions before use and do not use for other purposes.
Wear personal protective equipment if necessary.
Do not inhale reagents.
Wash contaminated clothing.
Wash hands well before and after handling.
Avoid release to the environment.
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3. Composition/ information on ingredients
Discrimination of single substance or mixture: Mixture
Reagent name K-1 reagent
Chemical name Alizarin complexone
Lanthanum
nitrate
Hexamethylenetetramine
Potassium
hydrogen
phthalate
Buffering
agent Polyethylene
Content < 0.1% < 0.1% < 0.4% < 0.4% < 10% > 89%
Chemical
formula C19H15NO8 La(NO3)3 C6H12N4 C8H5KO4 - (C2H4)n
METI No.
(reference
number under
CSCL in Japan)
- (1)-756 (5)-1155 (3)-1342 - (6)-1
CAS No. 3952-78-1 10277-43-7 100-97-0 877-24-7 - 9002-88-4
4. First-aid measures
If reagents or test solutions;
Enter in eyes: Immediately rinse with water.
Contact with skin: Immediately wash out contaminated site with plenty of water.
Enter into mouth: Immediately rinse mouth with plenty of water.
If ingested or in case any symptoms appear after above measures, immediately get medical advice or treatment.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Extinguishing methods: Cut off ignition sources and extinct by a suitable media.
Suitable extinguishing media: Water (mist), powder, carbon dioxide, dry sand.
6. Accidental release measures
In case of outdoor use: Avoid spill of reagents and waste solutions.
In case of indoor use: If spilled no a table or floor, wipe off immediately spilled reagents and dispose of them.
7. Handling and storage
Handling: Care should be made so that reagents and test solutions will not contact with eyes and skin and to avoid
ingestion.
Especially for outdoor use, ensure to bring back reagents, waste solutions after the measurement and used
containers.
Storage: Avoid direct sunlight and store in a well-ventilated, cool, dry, and dark place.
8. Exposure controls and personal protection
Administrative control level
Working environment standard: Not established
Occupational exposure limits
Japan Society for Occupational health: Not established
ACGIH (TLVs): Not established
OSHA (PEL): Not established
Protective equipment: Recommended to wear protective glasses and gloves
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9. Physical and chemical properties
Physical state: Tube containing powder reagent 1.1 g x 50 tubes/kit, (5 tubes per one aluminum laminated
packaging)
Color: Pale purple (powder), semi-transparent (polyethylene tube)
Odor: Slightly pungent odor
pH: 5
Melting point, boiling point, flash point, ignition point, lower explosion limit, vapor pressure, density, relative density,
solubility, Pow, kinetic viscosity: not available as a mixture
10. Stability and reactivity
Avoid leaving in a place where high temperature, humid or under direct sunlight. Stable under normal use conditions
and no dangerous reactions under specific conditions are expected. No information on hazardous decomposition
product is available.
11. Toxicological information
No data on mixture is available. Data on each substance are shown below.
Alizarin complexone:
Acute toxicity: Intravenous-mouse LD50 = 170 mg/kg
Other data: Not available
Hexamethylenetetramine:
Acute toxicity: Not classified based on the following data; Rat-oral LD50 = 9,200 mg/kg (DFGOT vpl.5 (1993)).
Skin corrosion/ irritation: Category 3 based on the following data. Although no irritation was observed in a 4-h
rabbit patch test (DFGOT vol.5 (1993), it was reported that “this substance is slightly irritating to human
skin” in the hazard data collection 96-38 (CERI (1997)), Risk Assessment vol.4 (MOE (2004)) and
DEGOT vol.5 (1993).
Serious eye damage/ eye irritation: Category 2B based on the following data. Although no irritation was
observed in a rabbit eye irritation test (DFGOT vol.5 (1993)), it was reported that “this substance is
slightly irritating to human eyes” in Risk Assessment vol.4 (MOE (2004)) and DEGOT vol.5 (1993).
Respiratory sensitization: Category 1 because the substance is considered to be a respiratory sensitizer based
on the following data. It is reported that “Symptom of asthma” is observed in an epidemiological study in
risk assessment vol.4 (MOE (2004)) and DFGOT vol.5 (1993). Risk assessment vol.4 (MOE (2004))
reports “Causes asthma”.
Skin sensitization: Category 1 based on the following data. “Positive” in a guinea pig maximization test (DFGOT
vol.5 (1993)). The hazard data collection 96-38 (CERI (1997)), risk assessment vol.4 (MOE (2004)) and
DEGOT vol.5 (1993) report that skin sensitization was observed in an epidemiological study.
Germ cell mutagenicity: Not classified because; Negative in a heritable mutagenicity test (dominant lethal test),
no data on germ cell in vivo mutagenicity test and Negative in a somatic cell in vivo mutagenicity test
(chromosome aberration test) in PATTY (4th, 2000) and DEGOT vol.5 (1993).
Carcinogenicity: Classification not possible by an expert judgment because; Although toxicological data are
reported in hazard data collection 96-38 (CERI (1997)), PATTY (4th, 2000) and DEGOT vol.5 (1993), no
exiting classification is available.
Reproductive toxicity: Category 2 based on the following data. It was a limited case but some reproductive
effects such as decreased survival rate and increased dead birth were observed in a dog teratogenicity
test where no effects on maternal body weight reported (no description regarding other general
toxicological findings) in risk assessment vol.3 (MOE (2004)), PATTY (4th, 2000) and DEGOT vol.5
(1993).
Specific target organ toxicity (repeated exposure): Category 1 (respiratory organs, kidneys). Respiratory organs
and kidneys are considered to be the target organs because of the following data; “acute effects such as
breathing difficulty and feeling of chest oppression” MOE risk assessment vol.2 (2003), “inflammation of
the bladder, albuminuria and hematuria”, “inflammation of kidney convoluted tubule and renal pelvis”
(CERI hazard data collection 96-38 (1997)).
Other data: Not available
Lanthanum nitrate:
Acute toxicity: Intraperitoneal-mouse LD50 = 410 mg/kg (RTECS)
Other data: Not available
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Potassium hydrogen phthalate:
Acute toxicity: Oral-rat LD50 > 3,200 mg/kg, Dermal-hamster LD50 > 1 mg/kg (both from RTECS)
Other data: Not available
Polyethylene:
Acute toxicity: Oral: Rat-LD50 > 7,950 mg/kg (used 7,950 mg/kg for the calculation of ATEmix below)
Carcinogenicity: IARC Group 3 (not classifiable as to carcinogenicity to humans).
Other data: Not available
GHS classifications as a mixture are shown below.
[Acute toxicity (oral)]
Not classified based on application of the additive equation.
[Skin corrosion/ irritation]
Contains less than 10% of category 3: Not classified.
[Serious eye damage/ eye irritation]
Contains less than 3% of category 2B: Not classified.
[Respiratory or skin sensitization]
Contains less than 1% of category 1 in each: Not classified.
[Reproductive toxicity]
Contains less than 3% of category 2: Not classified.
[Specific target organ toxicity (single exposure)], [Specific target organ toxicity (repeated exposure)], [Germ cell
mutagenicity], [Carcinogenicity], [Aspiration hazard]: Classifications are not possible because of data lack.
12. Ecological information
No data on mixture is available. Data on each substance are shown.
Hexamethylenetetramine:
Aquatic hazard Acute: Not classified based on data; Crustacea (Daphnia magna): 48-h EC50 > 100 mg/L (MOE
Eco-toxicity tests, 2002).
Aquatic toxicity Chronic: Not classified based on data; Not poorly soluble substance (water solubility =
4.49×10^5 mg/L (PHYSPROP Database, 2005)) and having low acute toxicity.
GHS classifications as a mixture are shown below.
[Hazardous to the aquatic environment acute], [Hazardous to the aquatic environment chronic]
Classifications are not possible because of data lack.
13. Disposal considerations
pH of waste solution is 5, acid.
Always dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
14. Transport information
In addition to precautionary measures regarding handling and storage, avoid rough handling so as not to break
containers. It is recommended to ship by air because under high temperature for long period may lead to deterioration.
UN classification and number: Not applicable (This product contains each of less than 1% of Lanthanum nitrate and
Hexamethylenetetramine)
Civil Aeronautics Act: Not applicable
Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act:
Not applicable
Fire Service Act: Not applicable
Total weight of the product: 140 g/kit
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15. Regulatory information
PRTR Act: Not applicable (Content of Hexamethylenetetramine in this product is less than 1%
and not applicable as a Class 1 Designated Substance).
Industrial Safety and Health Act: Not applicable
16. Other information
Reference literature
15,911 no Kagaku Shouhin, The Chemical Diary Co., Ltd. (2011)
NITE, GHS Classification, ID436 Hexamethylenetetramine (2006.06.20, 2006.03.31)
Material Safety Data Sheet A007 Alfusone, Dojindo Laboratories. (2006.12.25)
Material Safety Data Sheet A007 ALC, Dojindo Laboratories (2002.10.21)
Material Safety Data Sheet No. JW080033, Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd. ((2009.01.09)
Material Safety Data Sheet No. JW120173, Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd. (2007.09.18)
Material Safety Data Sheet No. JW160382, Wako Pure Chemical Industries, Ltd. (2006.10.19)
Material Safety Data Sheet No.051110033, TOSOH CORPORATION (2004.07.09)
Koukuu Kikenbutsu Yusou Houreisyu, Ed. MLIT, HOUBUN SHORIN CO., LTD.
JIS Z 7250:2005 Safety data sheet for chemical products - Part 1: Content and order of sections (Japan Industrial
Standards Committee)
JIS Z 7251:2006 Labeling of chemicals based on GHS (Japan Industrial Standards Committee)
JIS Z 7252:2009 Classification of chemicals based on “Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling
of Chemicals (GHS)” (Japan Industrial Standards Committee)
UN GHS (tentative translation, second revised version), GHS Kankei Syocho Renraku Kaigi (2007)
Training text of GHS classification of mixture (chemical substance) (revised version) Japan Industrial Safety &
Health Association (2006)
Hiroshi JONAI, GHS No Chosen, International Standard of hazardous information on chemicals, The Chemical
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NOTE) This information is not always exhaustive and use with care.
This data sheet only provides information but any description cannot be warranted.
Descriptions may possibly be changed because of new findings or modification of the current
knowledge.
Precautions only cover normal handling.
This English MSDS is prepared in the cooperation with the Chemicals Evaluation and Research Institute
(CERI), Japan.

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