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Technical Specification

INS

CAS

Synonyms


Composition

Chemical Formula

Molecular weight

Description

339(i)

7558-80-7

Sodium Phosphate Monobasic, Sodium dihydrogen phosphate.

100% monosodium phosphate.

NaH2PO4

119,98

The monosodium phosphate is obtained by reaction between sodium hydroxide and phosphoric acid.

Physico-Chemical Parameters

Purity

Loss on Drying

Insoluble substance in water

Arsenic (As)

Lead(Pb)

Fluorine

Physical Characteristics

Chemical characteristics

Application


 

 

Packing

 

 

Storage conditions and expiry

 

Safety instruction during handling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Distribution methods

 

 

 

 

Technical References



98,0 a 103,0 %

 

Max. 2 %

 

Max. 0,2 %

 

 

 

Max. 3 ppm

 

Max. 4 ppm

 

Max. 50 ppm

 

It presents as a slim powder with small crystals, silver-white, anhydrous, hygroscopic and odorless.

 

Completely soluble in water;

Practically insoluble in alcohol.

 

Emulsifier;

Texturizer;

Buffering agent;

Nutrient.

 

Multiwall valve bag glued with outer sleeve. Net weight: 25.0 Kg

 

Store in a cool dry place under the weather; Validity: two years with the packaging securely closed and if these conditions are obeyed.

 

Use latex or PVC gloves;

Avoid contact with skin and eyes (S24/25);

Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin

(R36/37/38);

Irritating to the digestive tract if swallowed;

Wash hands immediately after contact / handling

with the product;

Remove any material impregnated on clothing;

Always keep the product protected after use;

Toxicological information: not toxic.

 

Via road (truck closed or open);

Distributors;

Transfer;

As this is not a toxic product ordangerous no

specific regulation.

 

According to Article 6, Decree 55 871 of 26.03.1965, tem 5.1.6.2 of Resolution 23, 15/03/2000 ANVISA, this product does not require registration with the Ministry of Health Ordinance 499-1999 - ANVISA Federal pest control in several ways from abroad.
Technical Reference: Food Chemicals Codex - FCC VI.