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SLES 70%
Feb 12, 2018

Product Name: Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES)70%

Chemical Name: Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate 

Customs Tariff No: 34021100 

Synonym Name: Sodium Alkyl Ethoxy Sulphate, Sodium C10-16 Alkyl Ethoxy Sulphate (Predominantly C12-C14)

Hazards Identification:

May cause some irritation to the mouth and upper digestive tract. 

May cause significant skin irritation especially if exposure is prolonged and/or repeated. 

Contact with eyes can cause severe irritation. 

If not washed out promptly, will injure the tissue, and permanent damage may result.

First Aid Measures:

Wash out mouth with water. 

Do not induce vomiting. 

Seek medical advice. 

Wash the skin with soap and water. 

Seek medical attention if skin appears damaged. 

Immediately wash out the eye with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes holding the eye open. 

Seek medical attention urgently.

Fire and Explosion Data:

Fumes containing carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and sulphur dioxide may be formed in large fire.

Use power, form, sand, water spray.

Avoid using large quantities of water.

In case of fire, self-contained breathing apparatus should be worn. 

Handling and Storage:

Store in plastic, plastic lined or stainless steel, tight closed containers at between 5 and 40 degrees Centigrade. Do not store close to strong oxidizing agents which could aggravate any fire situation.

Disposal Considerations:

When disposing of waste or surplus material avoid contact with the eye and skin. Impervious gloves/over all sand a face shied must be worn. Do not wash into the drains. Do not mix with other waste materials. Dispose of in accordance with Federal State and local authority regulations. Seek advice from the local waste authority or contact medical for guidance.

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