1. Hazard Identification

Primary Route(s) of Entry
• Indigestion, inhalation, skin and eyes.
• Conditions Aggravated by Exposure.
• None known. Pre-existing respiratory condition may be aggravated by exposure to dusts.

2. First Aid Measures

• Eye – Flush with running water for at least 15 minutes until irritation subsides. .
• Skin – Wash from skin with soap and water. .
• Ingestion – Dilute with water or milk. If necessary, induce vomiting only if victim is conscious. .
• Inhalation – Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. .
• Call a physician immediately in all cases of suspected poisoning. .

3. Fire Fighting Measures

• Flammability Class: Not Flammable – 0
• Extinguishing Media
• Not considered combustible, but in case of fire, use water spray (fog) foam, dry chemical or CO2.
Fire Fighting Instructions
o Wear full protective clothing and self -contained breathing apparatus.
o Urea may decompose in fire situation and release cyanuric acid, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, oxides of nitrogen, and irritating particles. Sulfur-containing components may release oxides of sulfur.

4. Handling and Storage

Handling and Storage Precautions
• Store product in original labeled container in a cool dry place locked out of reach of children.
• Keep containers tightly closed.
Work/Hygienic Practices
• Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Wash clothes before reuse.
• Follow general practice guidelines. Store these products in a cool, dry place, away from sources of high heat. Protect bags or other containers from damage. Keep bags and other containers closed when not being used.

5. Exposure Controls/ Personal Protection

• Eye/ Face Protection
Avoid eye contact with products. Use protective goggles when needed.
• Skin Protection
Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. Use protective gloves when needed.
• Respiratory Protection
Use NIOSH approved particulate respirator if respirable dust generation occurs or is anticipated during product use.
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