All potentially hazardous materials entering a laboratory have a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). But to make good use of the information on an MSDS, employees need to understand how it is organized and what it contains. This training program reviews the various sections of the MSDS, what information can be found in each section and most ...
Educates employees about the ANSI MSDS format and reviews how the information in an MSDS can help them work safely with potentially hazardous chemicals. Covers the four basic questions the MSDS should answer.
This section details the large range of inorganic compounds for R&D and production environments. Most compounds are supplied in a variety of forms: powders, pieces, tablets, liquids and in a range of purities and sizes. The purities stated are based on total metallic impurities, unless otherwise stated. Small R&D quantities are available, ...
Encourage your employees to utilize the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) MSDS. Specifically created to train your workers in the ANSI format, this program teaches employees the importance of material safety data sheets and their role in OSHA's hazard communication standard.
A 100% solids, standard cure, two component modified polyurethane elastomer. It forms a tough, monolithic, seamless, highly elastic membrane with excellent water and chemical resistance. Does not require plural component spray equipment.
A 100% solids, fast-set, two component modified polyurethane elastomer. It forms a tough, monolithic, seamless, highly elastomeric membrane with excellent water and chemical resistance. Applied using heated plural component spray equipment.
A two component, 100% solids, fast curing pure polyurea formulated to provide excellent hydrolytic stability in long term immersion conditions. It is extremely resistant to moderate concentrations of both acid and alkaline solutions. Applied using heated, plural component spray equipment.
A 100% solids, fast set, structural polyurea. Its strong structural characteristics allow it to be applied over weak surfaces where other coatings may not be applied. Its formulation allows for applications at low temperatures, high humidity and to certain damp surfaces. Applied using heated plural component spray equipment.