Water Treatment Chemicals

HYDROCHLORIC ACID

Properties
Appearance Yellow
Boiling point 110°C (For 30 % Solution)
Fusion point -20°C (For 30 % HCl Solution)
Specific Gravity 1.19 at 20°C
Vapour pressure 11 mmHg (Sol. at 30% HCl at 20°C )
Physical state Liquid
Solubility in water Soluble in water in all proportions
pH >1
Odour Sharp irritating Odour
Others Soluble in Ethyl Alcohol & Ethyl Ether


Chemical Identity
Formula: HCL CAS No. 7647-01-0
UN No. 1789 Codes/Label - Corrosive, Class 8
Hazchem Code 2R
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Toxicity
Permissible Exposure Limit 7 (Ceiling) Mg/m3
TLV (ACGIH) 7 (Ceiling) Mg/m3
Odour Threshold 1-5 ppm

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APPLICATIONS

HYDROCHLORIC ACID IS USED IN:

» Steel Industry -- For pickling
» Ossein/gelatin -- To treat animal skin, bones for making ossein
» Chemicals -- Calcium Chloride, Phosphoric acid, CSA,FeCl3.
» Demineralisation Plant -- Cationic regeneration
» For manufacture of Fullers earth
» Pharmaceuticals (in Paracetamol, Analgin, Ranitidine, Ibuprofen, Ciproflaxacin etc.)
» Textiles (In finishing operations at mercerizing & bleaching Stages).



SAFETY / PRECAUTION

Do not inhale the vapours. Do not touch with bare hands. Use safety goggles, hand gloves. Use with adequate ventilation.


FIRST AID MEASURES

INHALATION:

Remove to a fresh air area.

INDIGESTION:

Give lime water or water & milk of magnesia to drink. Do not induce vomiting. Call a physician

DISPOSAL:

Cover small spill with mixture of Soda Ash, Slaked Lime. Flush large spills with water to holding area &neutralise them.
Other Details
ITC Classification: 28061000 UN No. 1789
IMO Classification: 8 – Corrosive Substance IMDG No. 8102