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Phosphoric Acid 85-90% Food Grade
Safety Data Sheet 235
Revision date: 04/30/2015 : Version: 1.0
04/30/2015 EN (English) SDS Ref.: 235 1/13
SECTION 1: Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking
1.1. Product identifier
Product form : Mixture
Product name : Phosphoric Acid 85-90% Food Grade
Product code : DCMA, DCMA85, FG85, FG85LS, LAA, LAALS
Formula : H3PO4 (aq)
Synonyms : Low Alkali Acid
1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against
Use of the substance/mixture : Industrial use. Food Grade.
1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet
PCS Sales (USA), Inc.
1101 Skokie Blvd.
Suite 400
Northbrook, IL 60062
T 800-241-6908 / 847-849-4200
Suite 500
122 1st Avenue South
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada S7K7G3
T 800-667-0403 (Canada) / 800-667-3930 (USA)
SDS@PotashCorp.com - www.PotashCorp.com
1.4. Emergency telephone number
Emergency number : 800-424-9300
CHEMTREC
SECTION 2: Hazards identification
2.1. Classification of the substance or mixture
GHS-US classification
Acute Tox. 4 (Oral) H302
Skin Corr. 1A H314
Eye Dam. 1 H318
STOT SE 3 H335
Aquatic Acute 2 H401
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2.2. Label elements
GHS-US labelling
Hazard pictograms (GHS-US) :
GHS05
GHS07
Signal word (GHS-US) : Danger
Hazard statements (GHS-US) : H302 - Harmful if swallowed
H314 - Causes severe skin burns and eye damage
H318 - Causes serious eye damage
H335 - May cause respiratory irritation
H401 - Toxic to aquatic life
Precautionary statements (GHS-US) : P260 - Do not breathe fume, mist, vapours, spray
P264 - Wash hands and forearms thoroughly after handling
P270 - Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product
P271 - Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area
P273 - Avoid release to the environment
P280 - Wear eye protection, face protection, protective gloves, protective
clothing
P301+P330+P331 - IF SWALLOWED: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting
P303+P361+P353 - IF ON SKIN (or hair): Remove/Take off immediately all
contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water/shower
P304+P340 - IF INHALED: Remove person to fresh air and keep comfortable
for breathing
P305+P351+P338 - If in eyes: Rinse cautiously with water for several
minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing
P310 - Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor
P363 - Wash contaminated clothing before reuse
P403+P233 - Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep container tightly closed
P405 - Store locked up
P501 - Dispose of contents/container according to local, regional, national,
and international regulations
2.3. Other hazards
Hazardous to the aquatic environment
No additional information available
SECTION 3: Composition/information on ingredients
3.1. Substances
Not applicable
3.2. Mixture
Name Product identifier % GHS-US classification
Phosphoric acid (CAS No.) 7664-38-2 85-90 Acute Tox. 4 (Oral), H302
Skin Corr. 1A, H314
Eye Dam. 1, H318
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STOT SE 3, H335
Aquatic Acute 2, H401
Note: - DCMA, DCMA85 -Typical Nutrient Strength is 61.6% (as P2O5) and total H3PO4 is 85%
Note: - FG85, FG85LS -Typical Nutrient Strength is 61.5% (as P2O5) and total H3PO4 is 85%
Note: - LAA, LAALS -Typical Nutrient Strength is 61.0% (as P2O5) and total H3PO4 is __%
SECTION 4: First aid measures
4.1. Description of first aid measures
First-aid measures general : If exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention. If you feel unwell,
seek medical advice (show the label where possible).
First-aid measures after inhalation : Using proper respiratory protection, immediately move the exposed person
to fresh air. Keep at rest and in a position comfortable for breathing. Give
oxygen or artificial respiration if necessary. Seek immediate medical advice.
Symptoms may be delayed.
First-aid measures after skin contact : Remove/Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse immediately
with plenty of water (for at least 15 minutes). Seek medical attention
immediately if exposure is severe. Obtain medical attention if irritation
develops or persists. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.
First-aid measures after eye contact : Immediately rinse with water for a prolonged period (at least 15 minutes)
while holding the eyelids wide open. Seek medical attention immediately if
exposure is severe. Obtain medical attention if irritation develops or
persists.
First-aid measures after ingestion : If swallowed, do not induce vomiting: seek medical advice immediately and
show this container or label.
4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
Symptoms/injuries : Corrosive. Causes burns. Harmful if swallowed.
Symptoms/injuries after inhalation : Causes severe respiratory irritation if inhaled. Symptoms may include:
Burning of nose and throat, constriction of airway, difficulty breathing,
shortness of breath, bronchial spasms, chest pain, and pink frothy sputum.
Contact may cause immediate severe irritation progressing quickly to
chemical burns. May cause pulmonary edema. Symptoms may be delayed.
Symptoms/injuries after skin contact : Contact may cause immediate severe irritation progressing quickly to
chemical burns.
Symptoms/injuries after eye contact : Contact may cause immediate severe irritation progressing quickly to
chemical burns. Can cause blindness.
Symptoms/injuries after ingestion : May cause burns or irritation of the linings of the mouth, throat, and
gastrointestinal tract. Swallowing a small quantity of this material will result
in serious health hazard.
Chronic symptoms : Repeated or prolonged inhalation may damage lungs. Prolonged and
repeated contact will eventually cause permanent tissue damage and effects
such as erosion of teeth, lesions on the skin, tracheo-bronchitis, mouth
inflammation, conjunctivitis, and gastritis.
4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
No additional information available
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SECTION 5: Firefighting measures
5.1. Extinguishing media
Suitable extinguishing media : Use extinguishing media appropriate for surrounding fire.
Unsuitable extinguishing media : Do not get water inside containers. Do not apply water stream directly at
source of leak. Do not use a heavy water stream. A direct water stream will
cause violent splattering and generation of heat.
5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
Fire hazard : Not flammable. Under conditions of fire this material may produce: Oxides
of phosphorus; Phosphine
Explosion hazard : Product is not explosive.
5.3. Advice for firefighters
Firefighting instructions : Keep upwind. Use water spray or fog for cooling exposed containers. If
water is added to concentrated acid, violent splattering can occur, and
considerable heat may be generated. Cool non-leaking, fire-exposed
containers with water spray.
Protection during firefighting : Firefighters must use full bunker gear including NIOSH-approved positive
pressure self-contained breathing apparatus to protect against potential
hazardous combustion or decomposition products.
Other information : Do not allow run-off from fire fighting to enter drains or water courses.
SECTION 6: Accidental release measures
6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
6.1.1. For non-emergency personnel
Protective equipment : Use recommended respiratory protection. Wear suitable protective clothing,
gloves and eye/face protection.
Emergency procedures : Stop leak if safe to do so. Eliminate ignition sources. Evacuate unnecessary
personnel. Ventilate area. Keep upwind.
6.1.2. For emergency responders
Protective equipment : Use recommended respiratory protection. Wear suitable protective clothing,
gloves and eye/face protection.
Emergency procedures : Stop leak if safe to do so. Eliminate ignition sources. Evacuate unnecessary
personnel. Ventilate area.
6.2. Environmental precautions
If spill could potentially enter any waterway, including intermittent dry creeks, contact the U.S. COAST GUARD
NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER at 800-424-8802. In case of accident or road spill notify CHEMTREC at
800‐424‐9300. In other countries call CHEMTREC at (International code) +1-703-527-3887.
6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
For containment : Contain any spills with dikes or inert absorbents to prevent migration and
entry into sewers or streams. Do not allow into drains or water courses or
dispose of where ground or surface waters may be affected.
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Methods for cleaning up : Ventilate area. Small quantities of liquid spill: take up in non-combustible
inert absorbent material and shovel into container for disposal. Collect
absorbed material and place into a sealed, labelled container to be disposed
at an appropriate disposal facility according to current applicable laws and
regulations and product characteristics at the time of disposal.
Liquid spill: neutralize with powdered limestone or sodium bicarbonate.
Practice good housekeeping – spillage can be slippery on smooth surface
either wet or dry.
6.4. Reference to other sections
No additional information available
SECTION 7: Handling and storage
7.1. Precautions for safe handling
Precautions for safe handling : Avoid all eye and skin contact and do not breathe vapour and mist. Wear
recommended personal protective equipment. Ensure there is adequate
ventilation. Keep away from heat and sources of ignition. Employ good
maintenance practices to prevent leaks. Use good process control measures
to prevent releases. Do not add water to acid. When diluting, always add
acid to water. Causes severe burns.
Hygiene measures : Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety procedures.
Emergency eye wash fountains and safety showers should be available in
the immediate vicinity of any potential exposure. Wash contaminated
clothing before reuse.
7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
Storage conditions : Store in dry, cool area. Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from
combustible materials. Diking of storage tanks is recommended.
Incompatible materials : Avoid contact with combustibles and reactive materials.
Prohibitions on mixed storage : Keep away from (strong) bases.
Storage area : Store in dry, cool area. Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from
combustible materials.
7.3. Specific end use(s)
Industrial use. Food Grade.
SECTION 8: Exposure controls/personal protection
8.1. Control parameters
Phosphoric acid (7664-38-2)
USA ACGIH TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
USA NIOSH IDLH 1000 mg/m³
USA NIOSH TWA 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
USA OSHA TWA 1 mg/m³
Alberta TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
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Phosphoric acid (7664-38-2)
British Columbia TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Manitoba TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
New Brunswick TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Newfoundland & Labrador TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Northwest Territories TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Nova Scotia TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Nunavut TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Ontario TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Prince Edward Island TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Quebec TWAEV / STEV 1 mg/m³ (TWAEV), 3 mg/m³ (STEV)
Saskatchewan TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 3 mg/m³ (STEL)
Yukon TWA / STEL 1 mg/m³ (TWA), 1 mg/m³ (STEL)
8.2. Exposure controls
Appropriate engineering controls : Provide sufficient ventilation to keep vapors below the permissible exposure
limit. Ensure adequate ventilation, especially in confined areas. Packaging
and unloading areas and open processing equipment may require
mechanical exhaust systems. Corrosion-proof construction recommended.
Personal protective equipment : Protective goggles. Face shield. Gas mask at concentration in the air > > TLV.
Protective clothing.
Hand protection : Impermeable protective gloves, such as: nitrile, neoprene, or PVC. Wear
gauntlet gloves. Check glove manufacturer’s permeation / degradation
information.
Eye protection : Chemical safety goggles and full face shield. Do not wear contact lenses. For
increased protection, use supplied-air acid hood.
Skin and body protection : Wear suitable protective clothing. Wear acid-resistant suit with acidresistant apron, boots.
Respiratory protection : Use a NIOSH-approved respirator or self-contained breathing apparatus
whenever exposure may exceed established Occupational Exposure Limits.
Use respirator approved for acid fumes and mist.
Environmental exposure controls : Emergency eye wash fountains and safety showers should be available in
the immediate vicinity of any potential exposure.
SECTION 9: Physical and chemical properties
9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties
Physical state : Liquid
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Appearance : Clear
Colour : Colorless
Odour : Odorless
Odour threshold : No data available
pH : 1 – 1.5
pH solution : 1 – 10 g/l
Relative evaporation rate
(butylacetate=1)
: No data available
Melting point : 21.1 °C (70 °F) (85% Phosphoric acid)
Freezing point : No data available
Boiling point : 158 °C (316 °F) (85% Phosphoric acid)
Boiling Point Range : (135 – 158) °C (275 - 316 °F) (75-85% Phosphoric acid)
Flash point : No data available
Self ignition temperature : No data available
Decomposition temperature : No data available
Flammability (solid, gas) : No data available
Vapour pressure : 1 - 2 mm Hg at 25 °C (77 °F)
Relative vapour density at 20 °C : 3.4 (Air = 1)
Relative density : 1.7 at 25 °C (77 °F)
Bulk Density : 14 lb/gal
Solubility : Water: Miscible
Log Pow : No data available
Log Kow : No data available
Viscosity : 23-33 cP at 40 °C (104 °F)
47-72 cP at 20 °C (68 °F)
Explosive properties : No data available
Oxidising properties : No data available
Explosive limits : No data available
9.2. Other information
No additional information available
SECTION 10: Stability and reactivity
10.1. Reactivity
Material is hygroscopic. Acidic liquids, such as this material, may react with metals and release hydrogen gas.
10.2. Chemical stability
Stable at standard temperature and pressure.
10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
Hazardous polymerization will not occur.
10.4. Conditions to avoid
Protect from moisture. Avoid high temperatures.
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10.5. Incompatible materials
Avoid contact with bases, aluminum, copper, mild steel, brass, and bronze.
10.6. Hazardous decomposition products
Under conditions of fire this material may produce: Oxides of phosphorus; Phosphine
SECTION 11: Toxicological information
11.1. Information on toxicological effects
Acute toxicity : Harmful if swallowed.
Phosphoric acid (7664-38-2)
LD50 oral rat 1530 mg/kg
LD50 dermal rabbit 2730 mg/kg
LC50 inhalation rat (mg/l) > 850 mg/m³ (Exposure time: 1 h)
Skin corrosion/irritation : Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.
pH: 1 – 1.5
Serious eye damage/irritation : Causes serious eye damage.
pH: 1 – 1.5
Respiratory or skin sensitisation : Not classified
Germ cell mutagenicity : Not classified
Carcinogenicity : Not classified
Reproductive toxicity : Not classified
Specific target organ toxicity (single
exposure)
: May cause respiratory irritation.
Specific target organ toxicity
(repeated exposure)
: Not classified
Aspiration hazard : Not classified
SECTION 12: Ecological information
12.1. Toxicity
Ecotoxicity
EPA Ecological Toxicity rating : High
Acute Toxicity to Fish: (L. macrochirus (bluegill sunfish)) 96-hr static: LC50 = pH 3.0–3.5.
Chronic Toxicity to Fish: Mosquito fish: LC50 = 138 mg/L; 96 hours
Acute Toxicity to
Aquatic Invertebrates:
(Daphnia magna) 12-hr static: EC50 = pH 4.6; (Daphnia pulex) 12-hr static:
EC50 = pH 4.1; (Gammarus pulex) 12-hr static: LC50 = pH 3.4.
Chronic Toxicity to Aquatic
Invertebrates:
No data available
Toxicity to Aquatic Plants: Dangerous to aquatic plants at high concentrations.
Toxicity to Bacteria: (Activated sludge): EC50 = pH 2.55.
Toxicity to Soil
Dwelling Organisms:
No data available
Toxicity to Terrestrial Plants: (Peas, beans, beets, rapeseed and weeds) Sprayed with 15-20%
solution of H3PO4: Foliage was destroyed on all plants.
Environmental
Fate:
Stability in Water: Ionic dissociation in water.
Stability in Soil: Dissolves some soil material (carbonates).
Transport and Distribution: Under acidic soil conditions, sparsely soluble phosphates tend to
solubilize and may migrate to water.
Toxicity: Inorganic phosphates have the potential to increase the growth of freshwater algae, whose eventual death will
reduce the available oxygen for aquatic life.
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Degradation
Products:
Biodegradation: Under anaerobic conditions, microorganisms may degrade the product to
phosphine.
Photodegradation: No data available
SECTION 13: Disposal considerations
13.1. Waste treatment methods
Sewage disposal recommendations : This material is hazardous to the aquatic environment. Keep out of sewers
and waterways.
Waste disposal recommendations : Place in an approved container and dispose of contaminated material at a
licenced site.
Additional information : Dispose of waste material in accordance with all local, regional, national,
and international regulations.
SECTION 14: Transport information
In accordance with DOT / TDG / ADR / RID / ADNR / IMDG / ICAO / IATA
14.1. UN number
UN-No.(DOT) : 1805
DOT NA no. UN1805
14.2. UN proper shipping name
DOT Proper Shipping Name : Phosphoric Acid solution
Department of Transportation (DOT)
Hazard Classes
: 8 - Class 8 - Corrosive material 49 CFR 173.136
Hazard labels (DOT) : 8 - Corrosive substances
Packing group (DOT) : III - Minor
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DOT Special Provisions (49 CFR
172.102)
: A7 - Steel packagings must be corrosion-resistant or have protection against
corrosion.
IB3 - Authorized IBCs: Metal (31A, 31B and 31N); Rigid plastics (31H1 and
31H2); Composite (31HZ1 and 31HA2, 31HB2, 31HN2, 31HD2 and 31HH2).
Additional Requirement: Only liquids with a vapor pressure less than or
equal to 110 kPa at 50 C (1.1 bar at 122 F), or 130 kPa at 55 C (1.3 bar at 131
F) are authorized, except for UN2672 (also see Special Provision IP8 in Table
2 for UN2672).
N34 - Aluminum construction materials are not authorized for any part of a
packaging which is normally in contact with the hazardous material.
T4 - 2.65 178.274(d)(2) Normal............. 178.275(d)(3)
TP1- The maximum degree of filling must not exceed the degree of filling
determined by the following:
Where:
tr is the maximum mean bulk temperature during transport, and tf is the
temperature in degrees celsius of the liquid during filling (For additional
clarification, see 49 CFR 172.102(8)).
DOT Packaging Exceptions (49 CFR
173.xxx)
: 154
DOT Packaging Non Bulk (49 CFR
173.xxx)
: 203
DOT Packaging Bulk (49 CFR 173.xxx) : 241
14.3. Additional information
Emergency Response Guide (ERG)
Number
: 154
Reportable Quantity : 5000 pounds (100% Phosphoric Acid)
Other information : No supplementary information available.
Overland transport
No additional information available
Transport by sea
DOT Vessel Stowage Location : A - The material may be stowed ‘‘on deck’’ or ‘‘under deck’’ on a cargo
vessel and on a passenger vessel.
Air transport
DOT Quantity Limitations Passenger
aircraft/rail (49 CFR 173.27)
: 5 L
DOT Quantity Limitations Cargo
aircraft only (49 CFR 175.75)
: 60 L
IATA ERG Number : 8L
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SECTION 15: Regulatory information
15.1. US Federal regulations
Phosphoric Acid 85-90% Food Grade
SARA Section 311/312 Hazard Classes Immediate (acute) health hazard
Phosphoric acid (7664-38-2)
Listed on the United States TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act) inventory
15.2. US State regulations
The following states have an OSH program approved by OSHA. If you are located in any of these states you may be
under state jurisdiction rather than federal jurisdiction and your state may have more stringent requirements than
OSHA. You should consult your state regulations to ensure compliance.
Alaska
Arizona
California
*Connecticut
Hawaii
*Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Maryland
Michigan
Minnesota
Nevada
New Mexico
*New Jersey
*New York
North Carolina
Oregon
Puerto Rico
South Carolina
Tennessee
Utah
Vermont
*Virgin Islands
Virginia
Washington
Wyoming
*The state plans in these states apply only to public sector employers. In these states private sector employers are
subject to USOL – OSHA jurisdiction. All other state plans apply to both public and private sector employers.
Phosphoric acid (7664-38-2)
U.S. - California - SCAQMD - Toxic Air Contaminants - Non-Cancer Chronic
U.S. - California - Toxic Air Contaminant List (AB 1807, AB 2728)
U.S. - Connecticut - Hazardous Air Pollutants - HLVs (30 min)
U.S. - Connecticut - Hazardous Air Pollutants - HLVs (8 hr)
U.S. - Delaware - Pollutant Discharge Requirements - Reportable Quantities
U.S. - Hawaii - Occupational Exposure Limits - STELs
U.S. - Hawaii - Occupational Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - Idaho - Non-Carcinogenic Toxic Air Pollutants - Acceptable Ambient Concentrations
U.S. - Idaho - Non-Carcinogenic Toxic Air Pollutants - Emission Levels (ELs)
U.S. - Idaho - Occupational Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - Louisiana - Reportable Quantity List for Pollutants
U.S. - Massachusetts - Allowable Ambient Limits (AALs)
U.S. - Massachusetts - Allowable Threshold Concentrations (ATCs)
U.S. - Massachusetts - Oil & Hazardous Material List - Groundwater Reportable Conc. - Reporting Category 1
U.S. - Massachusetts - Oil & Hazardous Material List - Groundwater Reportable Conc. - Reporting Category 2
U.S. - Massachusetts - Oil & Hazardous Material List - Reportable Quantity
U.S. - Massachusetts - Oil & Hazardous Material List - Soil Reportable Concentration - Reporting Category 1
U.S. - Massachusetts - Oil & Hazardous Material List - Soil Reportable Concentration - Reporting Category 2
U.S. - Massachusetts - Right To Know List
U.S. - Massachusetts - Threshold Effects Exposure Limits (TELs)
U.S. - Massachusetts - Toxics Use Reduction Act
U.S. - Michigan - Occupational Exposure Limits - STELs
U.S. - Michigan - Occupational Exposure Limits - TWAs
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U.S. - Michigan - Polluting Materials List
U.S. - Minnesota - Chemicals of High Concern
U.S. - Minnesota - Hazardous Substance List
U.S. - Minnesota - Permissible Exposure Limits - STELs
U.S. - Minnesota - Permissible Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - New Hampshire - Regulated Toxic Air Pollutants - Ambient Air Levels (AALs) - 24-Hour
U.S. - New Hampshire - Regulated Toxic Air Pollutants - Ambient Air Levels (AALs) - Annual
U.S. - New Jersey - Discharge Prevention - List of Hazardous Substances
U.S. - New Jersey - Right to Know Hazardous Substance List
U.S. - New Jersey - Special Health Hazards Substances List
U.S. - New York - Occupational Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - New York - Reporting of Releases Part 597 - List of Hazardous Substances
U.S. - North Dakota - Air Pollutants - Guideline Concentrations - 1-Hour
U.S. - North Dakota - Air Pollutants - Guideline Concentrations - 8-Hour
U.S. - Oregon - Permissible Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - Pennsylvania - RTK (Right to Know) - Environmental Hazard List
U.S. - Pennsylvania - RTK (Right to Know) List
U.S. - Rhode Island - Air Toxics - Acceptable Ambient Levels - Annual
U.S. - South Carolina - Toxic Air Pollutants - Maximum Allowable Concentrations
U.S. - South Carolina - Toxic Air Pollutants - Pollutant Categories
U.S. - Tennessee - Occupational Exposure Limits - STELs
U.S. - Tennessee - Occupational Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - Texas - Effects Screening Levels - Long Term
U.S. - Texas - Effects Screening Levels - Short Term
U.S. - Vermont - Permissible Exposure Limits - STELs
U.S. - Vermont - Permissible Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - Washington - Permissible Exposure Limits - STELs
U.S. - Washington - Permissible Exposure Limits - TWAs
U.S. - Wisconsin - Hazardous Air Contaminants - All Sources - Emissions From Stack Height 25 Ft to Less Than 40 Ft
U.S. - Wisconsin - Hazardous Air Contaminants - All Sources - Emissions From Stack Height 40 Ft to Less Than 75 Ft
U.S. - Wisconsin - Hazardous Air Contaminants - All Sources - Emissions From Stack Heights 75 Feet or Greater
U.S. - Wisconsin - Hazardous Air Contaminants - All Sources - Emissions From Stack Heights Less Than 25 Feet
15.3. Canadian regulations
Phosphoric Acid 85-90% Food Grade
WHMIS Classification Class E - Corrosive Material
Phosphoric acid (7664-38-2)
Listed on the Canadian DSL (Domestic Sustances List) inventory.
Listed on the Canadian Ingredient Disclosure List – Disclosure at 1%
WHMIS Classification Class E - Corrosive Material
This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and
the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR.
SECTION 16: Other information
Full text of H-phrases:
------ Acute Tox. 4 (Oral) Acute toxicity (oral) Category 4
Aquatic Acute 2 Hazardous to the aquatic environment - Acute Hazard Category 2
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------ Eye Dam. 1 Serious eye damage/eye irritation Category 1
Eye Irrit. 2B Serious eye damage/eye irritation Category 2B
------ Skin Corr. 1A skin corrosion/irritation Category 1A
------ STOT SE 3 Specific target organ toxicity (single exposure) Category 3
------ H302 Harmful if swallowed
------ H314 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage
------ H318 Causes serious eye damage
------ H335 May cause respiratory irritation
NFPA health hazard : 3 - Short exposure could cause serious temporary or
residual injury even though prompt medical attention
was given.
NFPA fire hazard : 0 - Materials that will not burn.
NFPA reactivity : 0 - Normally stable, even under fire exposure
conditions, and are not reactive with water.
Previous PotashCorp MSDS Number : MSDS 88 –Phosphoric Acid 85 – 90%
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