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25 MT / 1 × 20 ft FCL
25 KG bags in Jumbo Bag 1MT
The aluminum sulfate produced by this company is supplied with a purity of 17% and in different granularities.
This material is one of the important compounds of aluminum, which has high coagulation and water absorption power and shows high efficiency in the complete removal of compounds. Aluminum sulfate as a coagulant is stable in air and completely soluble in water. Also, this material is used in various industries such as: paper making, textile, agriculture, pharmaceutical, leather, cosmetics, food, steel, etc.
However, it is important to handle aluminum sulfate with caution, as it can cause skin irritation and eye damage. Proper protective equipment and caution should be exercised when handling this chemical.
Uses of Aluminum Sulfate 17% in Industry:
Acute Toxicity Estimate: The acute oral LD50 is greater than 5,000 mg/kg.
Chronic Toxicity Estimate: The acute oral LD50 is greater than 5,000 mg/kg.
Symptoms of Overexposure: May cause skin and eye irritation. If inhaled, may cause headaches, nausea, and respiratory irritations.
Carcinogenicity: Not listed as a carcinogen by NTP, IARC, or OSHA.
Other Possible Health Hazards: The common recognized injury from aluminum sulfate is local tissue irritation. The irritating action is often from hydrolysis to form sulfuric acid and may occur from ingestion, skin or eye contact, or inhalation of dusts and mists. Remove victim from contaminated area.
Routes of Entry: Ingestion, skin or eye contact, or inhalation of dusts and mists.
SKIN / EYES: May cause corneal burns or severe irritation in eyes. Fumes or mists may cause irritation or burns to skin.
INGESTION: Oral and gastrointestinal irritation. Local tissue damage. Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal bleeding may follow. Can be fatal if swallowed in sufficient quantities.
INHALATION: Irritation of the respiratory system. Long term exposure may cause bronchial irritation, coughing, and bronchial pneumonia. Medical conditions generally aggravated are acute and chronic respiratory diseases.