GriPhil Group 21722 Roscoe blvd. Apt30. Canoga Park, Ca 91304

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GriPhil Group 21722 Roscoe blvd. Apt30. Canoga Park, Ca 91304 1818-251-6550

This information sheet is prepared according to requirements of the Polish Ministry of Health Regulation of 3 July 2002 (Dz.U. Nr 140, poz. 1171,
with later changes Dz.U. 2005 Nr 2, poz. 8).

  1. Names of the substances and the producer

Trade name: BIORUSTER B1, B2, S (BIORENEX)

The substances are designed to remove boiler scale and corrosion products from steel surfaces of heating boilers, heat exchangers, central heatinh installations and specialised industrial equipment, after suitable dilution with water. They contain a corrosion inhibitor..

Certificates: Technical Approval Nr AT/98-01-0364. Hygienic Certificate PZH HK/W/0040/01/2004.

Producer/Supplier: Przedsiębiorstwo Wielobranżowe Prima Sp. z o.o., ul. Gośniewska 46, 05-660 Warka

REGON: 670500399, phone/fax: (48) 6672040, (48)6672100

Emergency telephone: (042) 631 47 24 (toxicological information line in Poland), 998 or the nearest fire brigade station.

  1. Composition and information about the ingredients

Ingredient: phosphoric acid containing up to 35% H3PO4

CAS number: 7664-38-2

UN number: 1805

EEC number: 015-011-00-6

RTECS number: TB6300000.

Chemical hazards: C; R 34 – corrosive, causes burns

Warning labels:

phosphoric acid 35%

C – corrosive

R-34 – causes burns

S: (1/2-) 26-37/39-45. Keep under lock and key, and out of reach of children Protective spectacles or a face mask, and protective gloves, should be worn. If the substance gets into the eyes, immediately wash them copiously with water and consult the doctor. In case of accidents, or when feeling unwell, consult the doctor immediately, showing him the label if possible.

Ingredient: pure hydrochloric acid, p.a. grade, food quality, concentration ≤4% HCl

CAS number: 7647-01-1

EEC number: 231595-7

Chemical hazard C – corrosive

Hazard descriptions: R:34-37

R-34 – causes burns

R-37 – Irritating to respiratory system

Form: liquid

Colour: colourless.

Ingredient: ethoxylated fatty acidy

Concentration: up to 10%

Classification: Xn – Harmful

Xi – Irritant

R phrases: R22 – Harmful if swallowed

R41 – Risk of serious damage to the eyes

It also contains pirydine derivatives

Ingredient: Sulfuric acid y

Concentration ≤ 10%

CAS number: 7664-93-9

EINECS number: 231-639-5

Index number: 016-020-00-8

Chemical hazard: C – Corrosive

R phrase: R34 – causes burns

Ingredient: isopropyl alcohol

Concentration: 1-5%

CAS number: 67-63-0

EEC number: 200-661-7

Index number: 603-117-00-0

Classification: F – Highly flammable

X1 – Irritant

R phrases: R11 – Highly flammable

R-36 – Irritating to eyes

R-67 – Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness
Ingredient: Diethylthiourea

Concentration: 10 – 20%

CAS number: 105-55-5

Classification: Xn – Harmful

R phrases: R20/21/22 – Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin, if swallowed
Ingredient: citric acid monohydrate N1560

Concentration up to 90%

ADR/RID class: not applicable

ADR classification code: not applicable

Properties: white crystalline solid.

Irritant (Xi), irritating to the eyes Irritant gasses are produced during thermal decomposition. (>179˚C)

  1. hazard identification

Phosphoric acid caused tissue damage by direct chemical action:

    • skin damage

    • damage to the cornea, and in more serious cases swelling and necrosis of deeper tissues

    • when taken by mouth, the stomach and oesophagus walls may result.

Poisoning symptoms:

      • vapour inhalation: coughing, choking, headache, dizziness, debility, and after the 6-8 hours' latent phase – lung swelling with with tightness in the chest , dyspnea, vertigo, frothy discharge and cyanosis. The most common physical symptoms include crackles, low blood pressure and high pulse frequency . Haemoptysis and dyspnea may persist for a few weeks after a single exposure to the vapour; inhalation of product's vapour and aerosol should be avoided. Evacuate the contaminated area. Call the doctor in case of symptoms Show him the product label or information sheet.

      • contact with skin:: sharp pain, tissues stained brown or yellow. The burns usually penetrate the whole skin depth, wounds heal slowly producing scars and inflammations,

      • contact with eyes: pain burning sensation, excessive lacrimation , photo-phobia, hyperaemia and swelling of the conjunctiva, damage to cornea,

      • swallowing: sharp, burning pain in the mouth, throat and stomach, followed by nausea and diarrhoea the the discharge consisting of dark congealed blood. The blood pressure drops rapidly. Brown and yellowish stains in and around the mouth. Swelling of the larynx may cause breathing difficulties and hypoxia. After the early symptoms subside, high temperature indicates mediastinitis or peritonitis caused by the perforation of the oesophagus or stomach..

Warning! The circulatory shock may follow.

  1. First aid

        • inhalation: remove the victim from the contaminated area. Keep the victim still, quiet and warm.

        • skin contact: Take off the contaminated clothing and shoes immediately. Wash the skin with a copious amount of water for at least 15 minutes. Do not use soap or other neutralising agents. Apply sterile dressing to the burned areas. Contact the doctor.

        • eye contact: Rince the eyes with water copiously for at least 15 minutes as soon as possible, keeping the eyelids open, as soon as possible. Apply sterile dressing and contact the doctor immediately.

        • if swallowed: Rince the moth with water copiously. Do not induce vomiting and do not give neutralising agents. Give the victim egg white or alternatively milk, withhold other oral food and fluids. Call the doctor immediately.

  1. Action in case of fire

Phosphoric acid solutions are nor flammable. Fire in the presence of the phosphoric acid should be tackled with fire-fighting substances suitable for the materials on fire, e.g. water, foam or powder. Containers with BIORUSTER should be removed form the danger zone, and kept cool by sprinkling with water if necessary.

Warning! At high temperatures toxic products of the thermal decomposition (phosphorus oxides POx) may be present.

There are no known improper extinguishing agents. Personal protection for fire-fighters:: Personal protective equipment resistant to chemical agents, face masks or breathing apparatus to protect the respiratory.

  1. Action in case of an accidental release to the environment

Individual protection: do not allow contact with the eyes and the skin, prevention of leaks and spillage. Keep bystanders and unauthorised personnel away. See also Points 7 and 8 of this sheet.

Environment protection: do not allow a significant amount of the undiluted substance to enter the sewage system, surface water and groundwater. Alert appropriate authorities and chemical emergency services in case of a significant water pollution.

Cleansing methods: cover the area polluted by the leaks of the substance with absorbents (e.g. sawdust, sand or soil) and a neutralising agent ( calcium carbonate meal), and later wash with water copiously.

  1. Substance storage and handling


    • use only in accordance with the indications by, and technology of, the producer.

    • ensure adequate ventilation of the area and the place of work

    • respect the general health and safety rules

    • use personal protection means

    • during application, do not eat or drink, avoid vapour inhalation and direct contact with the substance

    • in case of accident follow Point 6.


The substances are available in polyethylene sealed 30 dm3 containers. The containers should be kept vertically in cool and well ventilated areas. far from sources of heat, food, medicines and disinfectants, as well as out of reach of children.

  1. Risk control and personal protective equipment


    • ensure adequate ventilation in work areas

    • do not exceed allowable concentration in the air: :

NDS: 1,0 mg H3PO4/m3

NDSCh: 3,0 mg H3PO4/m3

NDSP: not defined

DSB: no data

    • eating, drinking and food storage in work areas is forbidden .

Methods of risk evaluation:

    • PN-89/Z-04008/07 „Zasady pobierania próbek powietrza w środowisku pracy i interpretacja wyników”

    • PN-78/Z-04073/01 „Ochrona czystości powietrza. Badanie zawartości fosforu na stanowiskach pracy metodą kolometryczną”.

Personal protective equipment:

    • wash hands before each break and after work

    • contaminated clothing should be taken off immediately and contaminated skin should be washed with water

    • do not drink, eat or smoke while working with the product.

Skin protection: protective clothing, gloves and shoes. After work apply protective hand cream.

Eye and face protection: tight spectacles or protective masks.

Respiratory tract protection: appropriate ventilation in work areas.
The protective equipment in use must comply with regulations in the Polish Council of Ministers Bill of 9 July 1999 r. (Dz.U. Nr 5, poz. 53).

  1. Physico-chemical properties

    • form: liquid of copper-golden colour

    • smell : very weak organic (ammonium compounds)

    • pH: approx. 0,5 – 1 after dilution with water in proportion 1:10 (concentration ca. 3% H3PO4)

    • molecular weight: 97,995 g/mol

    • specific weight: 1,224 – 1,237 g/cm3 at 20°C

    • flash point: not flammable

    • explosion properties: not explosive

    • oxidising properties: not oxidising

    • solubility in water: unlimited

    • acidity up to pH 4,5: 4,5 – 5 val/l

    • corrosivity for carbon steel: less than 0,2 mm/year

  1. Stability and reactivity

When used as directed the substance is stable, does not decompose, is of low chemical activity, has no oxidising properties and is not affected by strong reducing agents. When heated to very high temperatures (e.g. during a fire) toxic POx fumes may be emitted Reactions of the concentrated product with alkaline substances are exothermic

  1. Toxicological data

Means of absorption: inhalatory and digestive system, , skin, eyes. Health effects of acute absorption: vapours and aerosols in concentration above 5 mg H3PO4/m3 cause pain and excessive lacrimation, subconjunctival haemorrhage, cough, burning sensation in the throat, dyspnea, swelling of the larynx, haemoptysis. Poisoning by mouth causes burns of the mucosae, mouth, throat and oesophagus with the risk of bleeding from the digestive system and shock.

Skin contamination causes burns with coagulative necrosis.

Health risks of the prolonged exposure: eye and skin inflammation, chronic infection of the upper respiratory tract.

  1. Ecological information

The used substance may be disposed of in the sewage system after neutralisation to pH = 6,5 – 8,5 dilution with water (PZH Certificate– Hygienic Certificate No. W/198/94).

  1. Waste handling

The used substance is neutralised with solutions of sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide (5% approx.) thus creating water-soluble Therefore no solid wast is produced. BIORUSTER containers may be reused.

Waste handling regulations of the law of 27 April 2001 (Dz.U. Nr 62, poz. 628) with later changes should be adhered to.

Rozp. Min. Środowiska z dnia 27 września 2001 r. w sprawie katalogu odpadów (Dz.U. 2001 Nr 112, poz. 1206)

Rozp. Min. Infrastruktury z dnia 20 lipca 2002 r. w prawie sposobu realizacji obowiązków dostawców ścieków przemysłowych oraz warunków wprowadzania ścieków do urządzeń kanalizacyjnych (Dz.U. Nr 129, poz. 1108)

  1. Transport information

A label with warning signs according to Point 2 should be placed on the outside packaging.

Packaging group: III

UN identification number: 1805

Hazard number: 80

Warning labels: number 8

Description: corrosive substance.

The product is distributed in tightly sealed polyethylene containers of 30 dm3 capacity. The containers should be transported by rail or road in accordance with regulations applicable to the transport of dangerous materials. (Ustawa o przewozie drogowym towarów niebezpiecznych Dz.U. Nr 199, poz. 1671).

The containers should be kept upright and secured against shifting during transportation.

  1. Legislative information

Information contained in this sheet complied with the Polish legislation, in particular with the following acts

    • Ustawa z dnia 11 stycznia 2001 r. o substancjach i preparatach chemicznych (Dz.U. Nr 11, poz. 84 z późniejszymi zmianami).

    • Ustawa z dnia 28 października 2002 r. o przewozie drogowym towarów niebezpiecznych (Dz.U. Nr 199, poz. 1671)

    • Ustawa z dnia 27 kwietnia 2001 r. o odpadach (Dz.U. Nr 62, poz. 628)

    • Ustawa z dnia 11 maja 2001 r. o opakowaniach i odpadach opakowaniowych (Dz.U. Nr 63, poz. 638)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 3 lipca 2002 r. w sprawie karty charakterystyki substancji niebezpiecznej i preparatu niebezpiecznego (Dz.U. Nr 140, poz. 1171, ze zmianami Dz.U. Nr 2, poz. 8)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 3 lipca 2002 r. w sprawie wykazu substancji niebezpiecznych wraz z ich klasyfikacją i oznakowaniem (Dz.U. Nr 129,, poz. 1110)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 2 września 2003 r. w sprawie kryteriów i sposobu klasyfikacji substancji i preparatów chemicznych
      (Dz.U. Nr 171, poz. 1666, ze zmianami Dz.U. 2004 Nr 243, poz. 2440)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 28 września 2005 r. w sprawie wykazu substancji niebezpiecznych wraz z ich klasyfikacją i oznakowaniem (Dz.U. Nr 201, poz. 1674)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 14 sierpnia 2002 r. w sprawie obowiązku dostarczenia karty charakterystyki niektórych preparatów niezaklasyfikowanych jako niebezpieczne (Dz.U. Nr 142, poz. 1194)

    • Rozp. Min. Środowiska z dnia 27 września 2001 r. w sprawie katalogu odpadów (Dz.U. Nr 112, poz. 1206)

    • Rozp. Min. Gospodarki i Pracy z dnia 5 lipca 2004 r. w sprawie ograniczeń, zakazów lub warunków produkcji, obrotu lub stosowania substancji niebezpiecznych i preparatów niebezpiecznych oraz zawierających je produktów (Dz.U. 2004, Nr 168, poz. 1762
      z późniejszymi zmianami)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 2 września 2003 r. w sprawie oznakowania opakowań substancji niebezpiecznych i preparatów niebezpiecznych (Dz.U. Nr 173, poz. 1679, ze zmianami Dz.U. 2004 Nr 260, poz. 2595)

    • Rozp. Min. Zdrowia z dnia 18 lutego 2003 r. w sprawie sposobu dokonywania oceny ryzyka dla zdrowia człowieka i dla środowiska stwarzanego przez substancje chemiczne (Dz.U. Nr 52, poz. 467)

    • Rozp. Min. Ochrony Środowiska, Zasobów Naturalnych i Leśnictwa z dnia 5 listopada 1991 r. w sprawie klasyfikacji wód oraz warunków, jakim powinny odpowiadać ścieki wprowadzone do wód lub do ziemi (Dz.U. Nr 166, poz. 503)

          • Rozp. Min. Infrastruktury z dnia 20 lipca 2002 r. w prawie sposobu realizacji obowiązków dostawców ścieków przemysłowych oraz warunków wprowadzania ścieków do urządzeń kanalizacyjnych (Dz.U. Nr 129, poz. 1108)

    • Rozp. Min. Pracy i Polityki Socjalnej z dnia 29 listopada 2002 r. w sprawie najwyższych dopuszczalnych stężeń i czynników szkodliwych dla zdrowia w środowisku pracy (Dz.U. Nr 217, poz. 1833)

    • Rozp. Min. Pracy i Polityki Socjalnej z dnia 26 września 1997 r. w sprawie ogólnych przepisów bezpieczeństwa i higieny pracy
      (Dz.U. Nr 129, poz. 844 ze zmianami w Dz.U. Nr 91/2002, poz. 811)

    • Rozp. Rady Ministrów z dnia 10 września 2002 r. w sprawie wymagań zasadniczych dla środków ochrony indywidualnej (Dz.U. Nr 4, poz. 37).

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