Product Hazard Summary

Product Name SDS ID Manufacturer
KWS Iron Sulfate 0014 KWS Distributing, LLC.

Synonym Manufacturer Phone
N/A Contact Phone

Signal Word

GHS Hazard Catagories

GHS Hazard Statements
Causes serious eye irritation
Causes skin irritation
Harmful if swallowed

GHS Precautionary Statements

Prevention: Wear protective gloves/eye protection/face protection; Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product; Wash hands Thoroughly after handling.

Response: IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTER/doctor if you feel unwell. Rinse mouth.; If on skin: Wash with plenty of soap and water.; If skin irritation occurs: get medical attention.; If in eyes: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.; If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice/attention.

Storage: N/A

Disposal: Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national regulations.





Health Hazards:
No Hazard Reproductive Toxin
Toxic Highly Toxic Corrosive
Carcinogen Sensitizer Irritant
Acute Chronic

Physical Hazards:
No Physical Hazard Combustible Liquid
Explosive Flammable Water Reactive
Oxidizer Pyophoric Unstable/Reactive
Compressed Gas Organic Peroxide

Routes of Entry:
Inhalation Skin or Eye Contact
Ingestion Skin Absorption

Target Organs:
Lungs Skin Eyes
Heart Blood Blood (Effects)
Kidney Liver Prostate
Bone Mutagen Teratogen
Central Nervous System Autonomic Nervous System
Cardiovascular System Respiratory System
Mucous Membranes

Hand protection Chemical-resistant, impervious gloves complying with an approved standard should be worn at all times when handling chemical products if a risk assessment indicates this is necessary. Considering the parameters specified by the glove manufacturer, check during use that the gloves are still retaining their protective properties. It should be noted that the time to breakthrough for any glove material may be different for different glove manufacturers. In the case of mixtures, consisting of several substances, the protection time of the gloves cannot be accurately estimated.
Other skin protection Personal protective equipment for the body should be selected based on the task being performed and the risks involved and should be approved by a specialist before handling this product.
Environmental exposure controls Emissions from ventilation or work process equipment should be checked to ensure they comply with the requirements of environmental protection legislation
Appropriate engineering controls Good general ventilation should be sufficient to control worker exposure to airborne contaminants
Respiratory protection Based on the hazard and potential for exposure, select a respirator that meets the appropriate standard or certification. Respirators must be used according to a respiratory protection program to ensure proper fitting, training, and other important aspects of use
Eye/face protection Safety eyewear complying with an approved standard should be used when a risk assessment indicates this is necessary to avoid exposure to liquid splashes, mists, gases or dusts. If contact is possible, the following protection should be worn, unless the assessment indicates a higher degree of protection: chemical splash goggles.
Body protection Personal protective equipment for the body should be selected based on the task being performed and the risks involved and should be approved by a specialist before handling this product.
Hygiene measures Wash hands, forearms and face thoroughly after handling chemical products, before eating, smoking and using the lavatory and at the end of the working period. Appropriate techniques should be used to remove potentially contaminated clothing. Wash contaminated clothing before reusing. Ensure that eyewash stations and safety showers are close to the workstation location.