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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY -- 118 2120,FIXER,EASTMAN ECP-2B FIXER AND ALTERNATE FIXER -- -
=====================  Product Identification  =====================

Product ID:118 2120,FIXER,EASTMAN ECP-2B FIXER AND ALTERNATE FIXER
MSDS Date:01/19/2000
FSC:NIIN:Submitter:D DG
Status Code:A
MSDS Number: CKWLL
=== Responsible Party ===
Company Name:EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Address:343 STATE STREET
City:ROCHESTER
State:NY
ZIP:14650
Country:US
Info Phone Num:716-477-3194 MSDS :800- 242-2424
Emergency Phone Num:716-722-5151
Preparer's Name:NOT PROVIDED
CAGE:19139
=== Contractor Identification ===
Company Name:EASTMAN KODAK CO GOVERNMENT MARKETS CONTRACTS
Address:343 STATE ST
Box:City:ROCHESTER
State:NY
ZIP:14650-1115
Country:US
Phone:716-722-5151/(800) 242-2424
CAGE:19139

=============  Composition/Information on Ingredients  =============

Ingred Name:WATER
CAS:7732-18-5
RTECS #:ZC0110000
Minumum % Wt:75.
Maxumum % Wt:90.
Other REC Limits:NOT PROVIDED
OSHA PEL:NOT RELEVANT
Code:F
ACGIH TLV:NOT RELEVANT
Code:F

Ingred Name:AMMONIUM THIOSULFATE
CAS:7783-18-8
RTECS #:XN6465000
= Wt:12.
Other REC Limits:NOT PROVIDED
OSHA PEL:NOT PROVIDED
ACGIH TLV:NOT PROVIDED

Ingred Name:SODIUM SULFITE
CAS:7757-83-7
RTECS #:WE2150000
Minumum % Wt:1.
Maxumum % Wt:5.
Other REC Limits:NOT PROVIDED
OSHA PEL:NOT PROVIDED
ACGIH TLV:NOT PROVIDED

Ingred Name:SODIUM BISULFITE
CAS:7631-90-5
RTECS #:VZ2000000
< Wt:1.
Other REC Limits:NOT PROVIDED
OSHA PEL:NOT PROVIDED
ACGIH TLV:5 MG/M3
EPA Rpt Qty:5000 LBS
DOT Rpt Qty:5000 LBS

Ingred Name:POTASSIUM IODIDE
CAS:7681-11-0
RTECS #:TT2975000
< Wt:1.
Other REC Limits:NOT PROVIDED
OSHA PEL:NOT PROVIDED
ACGIH TLV:NOT PROVIDED

=====================  Hazards Identification  =====================

LD50 LC50 Mixture:NOT PROVIDED
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO    IARC:NO	OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE: INHALATION:
    EXPECTED TO BE A LOW HAZARD FOR USUAL INDUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL
    HANDLING BY TRAINED PERSONNEL. IN CONTACT WITH STRONG ACIDS OR IF
    HEATED, SULFITES MAY LIBERATE SULFUR D IOXIDE GAS.	SULFUR DIOXIDE
    GAS IS IRRITATING TO THE RESPIRATORY TRACT. EYES: NO SPECIFIC
    HAZARD KNOWN. MAY CAUSE TRANSIENT IRRITATION. SKIN: THIS MATERIAL
    HAS A LOW POTENTIAL TO CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN R EACTIONS; HOWEVER,
    CASES OF HUMAN SKIN SENSITIZATION HAVE BEEN REPORTED. EXPECTED TO
    BE A LOW HAZARD FOR RECOMMENDED HANDLING. INGESTION: MAY BE HARMFUL
    IF SWALLOWED.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:CARCINOGENICITY CLASSIFICATION
    (COMPONENTS PRESENT AT 0.1% OR MORE): - INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR
    RESEARCH ON CANCER (IARC): NONE - AMERICAN CONFERENCE OF
    GOVERNMENTAL INDUSTRIAL HYGIENISTS (ACGIH): SOD IUM BISULFITE; A4,
    NOT CLASSIFIABLE AS A HUMAN CARCINOGEN. - NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY
    PROGRAM (NTP): NONE - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
    (OSHA):NONE
Effects of Overexposure:INHALATION: IN CONTACT WITH STRONG ACIDS OR IF
    HEATED, SULFITES MAY LIBERATE SULFUR DIOXIDE GAS.  SULFUR DIOXIDE
    GAS IS IRRITATING TO THE RESPIRATORY TRACT. EYES: MAY CAUSE
    TRANSIENT IRRITATION.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:SOME ASTHMATICS, HYPERSENSITIVE OR
    SULFITE-SENSITIVE INDIVIDUALS MAY EXPERIENCE DIFFICULT BREATHING,
    WHEEZING, CHEST TIGHTNESS, STOMACH UPSET, HIVES, FAINTNESS,
    WEAKNESS AND DIARRHEA.

=======================  First Aid Measures  =======================

First Aid:INHALATION: IF SYMPTOMATIC, MOVE TO FRESH AIR. TREAT
    SYMPTOMATICALLY. GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST. EYES:
    ANY MATERIAL THAT CONTACTS THE EYE SHOULD BE WASHED OUT IMMEDIATELY
    WITH WATER. G ET MEDICAL ATTENTION IF SYMPTOMS OCCUR. SKIN: WASH
    WITH SOAP AND WATER. GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IF SYMPTOMS OCCUR.
    INGESTION: DRINK 1-2 GLASSES OF WATER.  SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION.
    NEVER GIVE ANYTHING BY  MOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON.

=====================  Fire Fighting Measures  =====================

Flash Point:NONE
Extinguishing Media:USE APPROPRIATE AGENT FOR ADJACENT FIRE.
Fire Fighting Procedures:WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS AND
    PROTECTIVE CLOTHING. FIRE OR EXCESSIVE HEAT MAY PRODUCE HAZARDOUS
    DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:SOLUTION CONTAINS A STRONG REDUCING
    AGENT. DRIED PRODUCT RESIDUE CAN ACT AS A REDUCING AGENT.

==================  Accidental Release Measures  ==================

Spill Release Procedures:FLUSH TO SEWER WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER.
    OTHERWISE, ABSORB SPILL WITH VERMICULITE OR OTHER INERT MATERIAL,
    THEN PLACE IN A CONTAINER FOR CHEMICAL WASTE. CLEAN SURFACE
    THOROUGHLY TO REMOVE RESIDUAL  CONTAMINATION.
Neutralizing Agent:NOT PROVIDED

======================	Handling and Storage  ======================

Handling and Storage Precautions:KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED TO
    PREVENT THE LOSS OF WATER. KEEP AWAY FROM INCOMPATIBLE SUBSTANCES
    (SEE INCOMPATIBILITY SECTION). KEEP FROM CONTACT WITH OXIDIZING
    MATERIALS, HIGHLY OXYGENATED OR HALOG ENATED SOLVENTS, ORGANIC
    COMPOUNDS CONTAINING  REDUCIBLE FUNCTIONAL GROUPS.
Other Precautions:AVOID BREATHING MIST OR VAPOR. AVOID CONTACT WITH
    EYES AND PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH SKIN. USE WITH ADEQUATE
    VENTILATION. WASH THOROUGHLY AFTER HANDLING.

=============  Exposure Controls/Personal Protection  =============

Respiratory Protection:NONE SHOULD BE NEEDED. A RESPIRATOR SHOULD BE
    WORN IF HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS ARE LIKELY TO BE OR HAVE
    BEEN RELEASED. RESPIRATOR TYPE: ACID GAS. SEE STABILITY AND
    REACTIVITY SECTION. IF RESPI RATORS ARE USED, A PROGRAM SHOULD BE
    INSTITUTED TO ASSURE COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA STANDARD 29 CFR 1910.134.
Ventilation:GOOD GENERAL VENTILATION (TYPICALLY 10 AIR CHANGES PER
    HOUR) SHOULD BE USED. VENTILATION RATES SHOULD BE MATCHED TO
    CONDITIONS.
Protective Gloves:FOR PROLONGED OR REPEATED SKIN CONTACT: IMPERVIOUS
    GLOVES SHOULD BE WORN.
Eye Protection:WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WITH SIDE SHIELDS (OR GOGGLES).
Other Protective Equipment:EYE BATH, WASHING FACILITIES, SAFETY SHOWER
Work Hygienic Practices:IT IS A GOOD INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE PRACTICE TO
    MINIMIZE EYE CONTACT. IT IS A GOOD INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE PRACTICE TO
    MINIMIZE SKIN CONTACT.
Supplemental Safety and Health
ABBREVIATION: N/A=NOT APPLICABLE OR NOT AVAILABLE. N/K=UNKNOWN. N/P=NOT
    PROVIDED. N/R=NOT RELEVANT. N/D=NOT DETERMINED. N/E=NOT
    ESTABLISHED.

==================  Physical/Chemical Properties  ==================

HCC:N1
NRC/State Lic Num:NOT RELEVANT
Boiling Pt:>100.C, 212.F
Melt/Freeze Pt:M.P/F.P Text:NOT PROVIDED
Decomp Temp:Decomp Text:NOT PROVIDED
Vapor Pres:(68F):24 MBAR (18 MM HG)
Vapor Density:0.6
Spec Gravity:1.057 - 1.086
pH:5.60-6.80
Viscosity:NOT PROVIDED
Evaporation Rate & Reference:NOT PROVIDED
Solubility in Water:COMPLETE
Appearance and Odor:LIQUID. COLOR AND ODOR NOT AVAILABLE.
Percent Volatiles by Volume:85- 90 WT
Corrosion Rate:NOT PROVIDED

=================  Stability and Reactivity Data  =================

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
BASES, STRONG ACIDS, STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS, SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE
    (BLEACH), COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL, HALOGENATED MATERIALS, AQUEOUS
    AMMONIA.
Stability Condition to Avoid:NOT PROVIDED
Hazardous Decomposition Products:NITROGEN OXIDES (NOX), SULFUR DIOXIDE,
    AMMONIA, CHLORAMINE.

===================  Toxicological Information	===================

Toxicological Information:EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE: INHALATION: EXPECTED TO
    BE A LOW HAZARD FOR USUAL INDUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL HANDLING BY
    TRAINED PERSONNEL. IN CONTACT WITH STRONG ACIDS OR IF HEATED,
    SULFITES MAY LIBERATE SULFUR D IOXIDE GAS.	SULFUR DIOXIDE GAS IS
    IRRITATING TO THE RESPIRATORY TRACT. EYES: NO SPECIFIC HAZARD
    KNOWN. MAY CAUSE TRANSIENT IRRITATION. SKIN: THIS MATERIAL HAS A
    LOW POTENTIAL TO CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN R EACTIONS; HOWEVER, CASES OF
    HUMAN SKIN SENSITIZATION HAVE BEEN REPORTED. EXPECTED TO BE A LOW
    HAZARD FOR RECOMMENDED HANDLING. INGESTION: MAY BE HARMFUL IF
    SWALLOWED.

=====================  Ecological Information  =====================

Ecological:THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES ARE ESTIMATED FROM THE COMPONENTS
    OF THE PREPARATIONS. POTENTIAL TOXICITY: FISH LC50 MG/L:   >100. 
    DAPHNID EC50 MG/L:	 >100.	ALGAL IC50 MG/L:  >100. ORGANICS
    READILY DEGRAD ABLE (>70%): YES (7 DAYS).  POTENTIAL
    BIOACCUMULATION: LOG POW <1.  COD (APPROXIMATE G/L): 60.  BOD5
    (APPROXIMATE G/L): 50.  POTENTIAL TOXICITY:  WASTE TREATMENT
    MICROORGANISMS EC50 (MG/L):  >100.

====================  Disposal Considerations  ====================

Waste Disposal Methods:DISCHARGE, TREATMENT, OR DISPOSAL MAY BE SUBJECT
    TO NATIONAL, STATE, OR LOCAL LAWS. FLUSH TO SEWER WITH LARGE
    AMOUNTS OF WATER.

===================  MSDS Transport Information  ===================

Transport Information:UNITED NATIONS	   UN NUMBER: NONE, NOT
    REGULATED  USA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) HAZARDOUS
    MATERIALS CLASSIFICATION:	    DOT (USA) STATUS: NOT REGULATED    
    FOR OTHER TRANSPORTATION INFOR MATION, CALL THE KODAK WORLDWIDE
    TRANSPORTATION  HAZMAT HOT LINE: (716) 722-2400 BETWEEN 8 A.M. AND
    5 P.M. (EASTERN STANDARD  TIME), MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY.

=====================  Regulatory Information  =====================

SARA Title III Information:CHEMICAL(S) SUBJECT TO THE REPORTING
    REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 313 OR TITLE    III OF THE SUPERFUND
    AMENDMENTS AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT (SARA) OF 1986 AND    40 CFR
    PART 372: AMMONIUM THIOSULFATE, (AS CH EMICAL SOURCE OF AQUEOUS   
    AMMONIA).
Federal Regulatory Information:NOT PROVIDED
State Regulatory Information:MATERIAL(S) KNOWN TO THE STATE OF
    CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER: NONE  - MATERIAL(S) KNOWN TO THE STATE
    OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE ADVERSE REPRODUCTIVE    EFFECTS: NONE

=======================  Other Information  =======================

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