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Chemical Neutralizer, Acids, 40 lb.
- Item # 3CNX6
- Mfr. Model # 440040
- UNSPSC # 47131905
- Catalog Page # 2517
- Shipping Weight 41.7 lbs.
- Item Acid Neutralizer
- Neutralizes Acids (Not for Hydrofluoric Acid or Hydrazine)
- Form Granular
- Container Size 40 lb.
- Container Type Bag In Box
- Includes Color Change Indicator when Neutralized
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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HOW TO USE KOLOR-SAFE® DRY ACID NEUTRALIZERS:
1. Evacuate employees from the spill area.
2. Wear personal protective equipment compatible with chemicals involved.
3. Ventilate the contaminated area.
4. Contain the spill with universal sorbent material.
5. Slowly sprinkle or pour the acid neutralizer on the spilled acid.
6. CAUTION: Some HEAT or GASSING OUT may be generated.
7. The color change indicator changes from LIGHT PURPLE to YELLOW during
neutralization. Color change must occur.
8. Apply dry acid neutralizer until the color change indicator first turns a purplish color
(Orangish-pink with Phosphoric acid). Do Not Over-Neutralize. NOTE: Very concentrated
solutions will yield solid precipitates before the color change.
9. Allow neutralized liquid to cool. Then soak up remaining neutralized liquid with sorbent
materials and place used sorbents into temporary disposal containers.
10. Wipe up residue with non-woven cloth material.
11. Dispose of all used articles (sorbents, neutralized liquid, etc.) according to local, state and
NOTE: Depending on the extent of the clean-up process, additional equipment may be
CAUTION: Do not use KOLORSAFE® Dry Acid Neutralizer on any solution containing (in
any form) hydrofluoric acid or hydrazine.
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