*This MSDS is applicable to all Weaver Blended and Manufactured Fertilizers containing any combination

            of Ammonium Phosphate (MAP or DAP), Urea, Ammonium Nitrate, Potash, or Ammonium Sulfate with

            less than 1% by weight of compounds containing Boron, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, and Zinc.

           

    

     SECTION I.     PRODUCT INDENTIFICATION                                                                           ____________

-PRODUCT NAME- WEAVER FERTILIZER (ALL GRADES WITH LESS THAN 1% MANGANESE)

-CHEMICAL FAMILY-INORGANINC SALT MIXTURE/MOLECULAR WEIGHT-NOT APPLICABLE

-CHEMICAL NAME - NOT APPLICABLE-MIXUTRE-FORMULA-NOT APPLICABLE

-DOT CLASS NOT REGULATED BY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 

     SECTION II.     COMPOSITION                                                                                             ______    __________ %

            HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS (HEALTH)

            FLOURIDE, AS F

            HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS (PHYSICAL)

            MATERIAL                                  %                                TLV(mg/m3)

               Fluoride                                  0-2                                            2.5

               Silica                                       0-5                                            0.3

               Limestone                               1-10                                           20

           CONTAINS 0% TO 50% NITRATES, WHICH ARE CLASSED AS OXIDIZERS WHEN PURE. IN

 THIS MIXTURE THEY ARE DILUTED BY OTHER MATERIALS, BUT COULD CONTRIBUTE TO

           COMBUSTION IF CONTAMINATED WITH ORGANIC MATERIALS SUCH AS OIL.

 

     SECTION III.     PHYSICAL DATA                                                                                                   _______________

            -MELTING POINT NOT APPLICABLE (DENSITY)

            -VAPOR PRESSURE, mm Hg NOT APPLICABLE (% VOLATILE NONE)

            -SOLUBILITY IN WATER APPRECIABLE (PH, 1% SOLUTION 6.0-7.4)

            -APPEARANCE & ODER LIGHT TAN TO DARK GRAY GRANULES TO POWDER,

                                                              SLIGHT ACID ODOR.

 

     SECTION IV.     FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA                                                        __________

            -FLASH POINT NOT APPLICABLE

            -FLAMMABLE LIMITS NOT APPLICABLE

            -EXTINGUISHING MEDIA SPREAD OUT AND COOL, APPLY WATER IF NECESSARY.

             WEAVER FERTILIZER IS A MIXTURE OF INORGANIC SALTS, AND POSSIBLY A SMALL

             AMOUNT OF ORGANIC MATERIAL, AND CAN IN SOME INSTANCES BE INDUCED TO BURN.

             IN A FIRE SITUATION, IT MAY PRODUCE TOXIC AND/OR IRRITATING AMMONIA, NITROGEN

             AND SULFER OXIDES. KEEP AWAY FROM SOURCES OF HEAT. USE SELF CONTAINED

             BREATHING APPARATUS WITH ENCLOSED FIRES.

 

     SECTION V.     REACTIVITY DATA                                                                                           __________________

            -STABILITY WEAVER FERTILIZER IS STABLE UNDER ALL NORMAL CONDITIONS

            -INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID)- ALKALIS, HEAT. ALKALIS MAY CAUSE

                         RELEASE OF AMMONIA

            -HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION WILL NOT OCCUR.

 

     SECTION VI.     HEALTH HAZARD DATA                                                                                  _______________

            -PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMIT- NONE ESTABLISHED. WE SUGGEST THE OSHA NUISANCE

                        DUST LIMIT OF 15 MILLIGRAMS PER CUBIC METER OF AIR AS TOTAL DUST.

            -ACGIH TLV NONE LISTED.

            -ROUTES OF ENTRY LUNGS (BREATHING), INGESTION (SWALLOWING).

            -TOXICITY DATA NONE FOUND.

            -EFFECTS OF OVER EXPOSURE:

                        -SHORT TERM- MAY CAUSE SLIGHT IRRITATION OF THE SKIN, EYES, NOSE, THROAT.

                        -LONG TERM- AS WITH ANY INORGANIC DUST, LONG-TERM INHALATION OF DUST

                         CONCENTRATIONS HIGHER THAN RECOMMENDED PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE

                         LIMITS MAY CAUSE DELAYED LUNG INJURY.

            -FIRST AID:

                        -EYES- FLUSH THOROUGHLY WITH WATER. SEE A PHYSICIAN IF IRRITATION PERSISTS.

                        -SKIN- WASH WITH WATER.

 

     SECTION VII.     SPILL, LEAK, AND DISPOSAL INFORMATION                                        _________

            -STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED:

                        IF UNCONTAMINATED, SWEEP UP OR COLLECT, AND REUSE AS PRODUCT. IF

                        CONTAMINATED WITH OTHER MATERIALS, COLLECT IN SUITABLE CONTAINERS.

            -WATER DISPOSAL METHOD:

                        CONTAMINATED MATERIAL SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH

                        APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL REGULATIONS.

 

     SECTION VIII.     SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION                                              ______________

            -RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:

                        IF DUST CONCENTRATIONS EXCEED RECOMMENDED PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE

                        LIMITS, USE NIOSH APPROVED DUST RESPIRATORS, WITH APPROVAL TC-21C-xxx,

                        UNTIL FEASIBLE ENGINEERING CONTROLS ARE COMPLETED.

            -VENTILIATION:

                        LOCAL EXHAUST OR OTHER VENTILATION THAT WILL REDUCE DUST

                        CONCENTRATIONS TO LESS THAN PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMITS IS

                        RECOMMENDED.

            -EYE PROTECTION:

                        IF HIGH DUST CONCENTRATIONS EXIST, TIGHT-FITTING GOGGLES ARE

                        RECOMMENDED TO REDUCE DUST EXPOSURE TO THE EYES.

            -OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:

                        OPTIONAL.

 

     SECTION IX.     SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS                                                                         ______

            DO NOT ALLOW TO BECOME CONTAMINATED WITH ORGANIC MATERIALS, ESPECIALLY

            OILS, WHICH MAY CAUSE LOCAL HEATING, OR IN RARE CASES, RESULT IN A FIRE.

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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