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Calcium Silicate Insulation Silica Exposure

Breathing large amounts of dust or fibers from this product may lead to chronic health effects as discussed in Section 11 of this material safety data sheet Inhalation Irritation of the upper respiratory tract scratchy throat coughing and congestion may occur in extreme exposures

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  • Calcium Silicate Insulation and Possible Asbestos Exposure

    Calcium Silicate Insulation and Possible Asbestos Exposure

    Calcium Silicate Insulation People in the greatest danger of exposure to asbestos are construction workers HVAC specialists and product manufacturers However they aren’t the only ones at risk Building renovations or upgrades to heating systems or even duct cleaning can cause asbestos fibers to be inhaled from anyone in that building

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  • Material Name Calcium Silicate Insulation Section 1

    Material Name Calcium Silicate Insulation Section 1

    Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure Preexisting chronic respiratory skin or eye diseases or conditions may be aggravated by exposure to this product Section 3 Composition and Information on Ingredients OSHA ACGIH NIOSH CS Component Percent PEL TLV REL UNITS 1344952 Synthetic Calcium Silicate 93 15T 5R 10

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  • MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET IIG Thermo12 Gold

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET IIG Thermo12 Gold

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Thermo12 Gold Calcium Silicate Insulation Page 2 of 5 4 FIRST AID MEASURES If in Eyes PROMPTLY flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes remove contact lenses if worn Avoid scratching eyes Flush continually lifting the lower and upper lids See a physician if irritation persists

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  • Calcium Silicate Pipe Block and Board Insulation

    Calcium Silicate Pipe Block and Board Insulation

    STOT single exposure Components synthetic calcium silicate Target Organs Eyes Lungs Further information Product Remarks Temporary mechanical abrasion itching of skin eyes and respiratory tract may occur upon exposure to fibers or dust during handling of this product and cannot occur unless there is direct contact SECTION 12

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  • Effects of the inhalation of dusts from calcium silicate

    Effects of the inhalation of dusts from calcium silicate

    Effects of the inhalation of dusts from calcium silicate insulation materials in laboratory rats One year of exposure to a dust cloud of 10 mgm3 of respirable dust had no discernible effect on the length of survival of treated animals compared to controls No pulmonary lesions were found that appeared associated with the inhalation

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  • Material Safety Data Sheet Calcium Silicate Boards

    Material Safety Data Sheet Calcium Silicate Boards

    Calcium Silica Quartz sand Not a hazardous material for shipping 14808607 30 – 45 Calcium Silicate Hydrate Not a hazardous material for shipping 65977151 34 – 65 Calcium Sulfate Not a hazardous material for shipping 10034761 10 Calcium Aluminum Silicate Not a hazardous material for shipping 1344281 10 Cellulose Not a hazardous

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  • CDC  NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards  Calcium

    CDC NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards Calcium

    Calcium silicate Related Pages Calcium hydrosilicate Calcium metasilicate Calcium monosilicate Calcium salt of silicic acid After prolonged contact with water solution reverts to soluble calcium salts amorphous silica Exposure Routes inhalation skin andor eye contact Symptoms irritation eyes skin upper respiratory system

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  • Calcium silicate  Wikipedia

    Calcium silicate Wikipedia

    Hightemperature insulation Calcium silicate competes in these realms against rockwool and proprietary insulation solids such as perlite mixture and vermiculite bonded with sodium silicate Although it is popularly considered an asbestos substitute early uses of calcium silicate for insulation still made use of asbestos fibers

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  • Material Name Calcium Silicate Insulation Section 1

    Material Name Calcium Silicate Insulation Section 1

    Primary Routes of Entry Exposure Inhalation breathing dust skin and eye contact Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure Preexisting chronic respiratory skin or eye diseases or conditions may be aggravated by exposure to this product

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  • Material Safety Data Sheet Calcium Silicate Boards

    Material Safety Data Sheet Calcium Silicate Boards

    Calcium Silica Quartz sand Not a hazardous material for shipping 14808607 30 – 45 Calcium Silicate Hydrate Not a hazardous material for shipping 65977151 34 – 65 Calcium Sulfate Not a hazardous material for shipping 10034761 10 Calcium Aluminum Silicate Not a hazardous material for shipping 1344281 10 Cellulose Not a hazardous

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  • MANVILLE CALCIUM SILICATE INSULATION

    MANVILLE CALCIUM SILICATE INSULATION

    contain materials crystalline silica is considered la hazard by inhalation excesive overexposure can cause sillcosis a noncanserous lung deisease dust from this product may also cause dry skin effects of overexposureinhalation irritation of the upper respiratory tract scratchy throat coughing and congestion may occur in extreme exposures

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  • Asbestos Calcium Silicate  ELG Law

    Asbestos Calcium Silicate ELG Law

    Asbestos Calcium Silicate This type of pipe lagging contained asbestos fibers for added durability and flame resistance By cutting the pipes with this type of covering you were exposed to dangerous amounts of asbestos dust spreading lifethreatening microscopic particles around you

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  • UNIT 7 Calcium Silicate  Magnesia  eCollege

    UNIT 7 Calcium Silicate Magnesia eCollege

    12 Properties and Uses of Calcium Silicate Insulation Properties Calcium silicate has high compressive strength – minimum 100 psi It can provide extra support to the metal cladding due to its compressive strength Material is noncombustible Calcium silicate shrinks about

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  • Material Safety Data Sheet

    Material Safety Data Sheet

    cutting sawing or abrading may increase the risk of personnel exposure Exposure limits are given for reference only Inhalation of excessive amounts of dust created when fabricating cutting or other mechanical alterations of the product

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  • Your Daily Additives  Anticaking Agents  Calcium Silicate

    Your Daily Additives Anticaking Agents Calcium Silicate

    Synthetic or natural materials that have Calcium Silicate as a base may cause dermal irritation Prolonged contact and possible induction of altered pulmonary function and lesions when silicate or asbestos are also present Ingestion exposure Have the victim rinse the contaminated mouth cavity several times with fluid such as water

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  • Effects of the inhalation of dusts from calcium silicate

    Effects of the inhalation of dusts from calcium silicate

    Various other ad ditive components such as man made mineral fiber cellulose fibers amorphous silica and haematite were also present in the insulation materials Calcium silicate insulation products are dusty when handled on installation or removal and while no harmful effects have yet been detected in dockyard workers concern has been expressed that the longterm inhalation of any dusty material could prove

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  • Calcium Silicate Board  The Melbourne Fire Brick Company

    Calcium Silicate Board The Melbourne Fire Brick Company

    It has low thermal conductivity high strength is lightweight and is easy to cut Calcium Silicate Board DIMENSIONS 1000x500x50mm WEIGHT 65kg TECH DATA SHEET Calcium silicate board is an asbestosfree thermal insulation material that can handle temperatures up to 1000°C

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  • The New OSHA Silica Standard  Insulation Outlook

    The New OSHA Silica Standard Insulation Outlook

    Jul 01 2017 · More than a year ago the Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA promulgated a new standard for addressing respirable crystalline silica The Standard was effective on June 23 2016 but enforcement was only to begin in the construction industry on June 23 2017 and in the general industry on June 23 2018 Recently OSHA delayed

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  • Calcium Silicate MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET CAS No

    Calcium Silicate MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET CAS No

    Calcium Silicate CAS No 1344952 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SDSMSDS SECTION 4 First aid measures 41 Description of first aid measures If inhaled SECTION 8 Exposure controlspersonal protection 81 Control parameters 82 Exposure controls Appropriate engineering controls

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  • Asbestos Insulation  Products Uses  Exposure

    Asbestos Insulation Products Uses Exposure

    Hazards Associated with Insulation Products Workers in marine industries as well as navy veterans suffer some of the highest rates of asbestos disease including the two major forms of asbestos cancer largely from exposure to asbestos insulation used in ship’s boilers engines turbines pumps valves and other machinery

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  • Thermo12 Gold With XOX Inhibits Corrosion

    Thermo12 Gold With XOX Inhibits Corrosion

    “OutoftheBox” Thermo12 Gold inhibits CUI caused by DI and salt water and continues to inhibit CUI after the insulation has been exposed to heat Mineral Wool Needled “E” Glass and Flexible Silica Aerogel Blanket allowed more CUI with DI Water salt water

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  • Material Safety Data SheetCalsileinsulation

    Material Safety Data SheetCalsileinsulation

    MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SECTION 1 PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Product Name Einsulation Calcium Silicate Pipe Insulation Product Use Thermal Insulation Manufacturer Supplier Phone Numbers inc 508 North Crystalline Silica quartz 14808607 01 2 01 mgm3 01 mgm3

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  • Top Three Reasons to Choose Calcium Silicate Insulation

    Top Three Reasons to Choose Calcium Silicate Insulation

    Sep 03 2014 · Thermo12 Gold Calcium Silicate is a granular insulation Its raw components are molded into a cementitious form that lack any organic binding agents that would affect its compressive strength or thermal performance making it a resilient choice for applications up to 1200°F

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  • Material Safety Data Sheet  Superior Mechanical

    Material Safety Data Sheet Superior Mechanical

    Section 8 Exposure Control and Personal Protection General Product Information This product may contain trace amounts of crystalline silica as a natural contaminant in the raw materials However standard industrial hygiene air monitoring surveys conducted under normal and test worst

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  • UNIT 7 Calcium Silicate  Magnesia  eCollege

    UNIT 7 Calcium Silicate Magnesia eCollege

    Calcium silicate is a granular thermal insulation and is made from amorphous silica lime reinforcing fibres and other additives mixed with water in a batch mixing tank to form a slurry

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  • Calcium Silicate MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET CAS No

    Calcium Silicate MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET CAS No

    Calcium Silicate CAS No 1344952 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SDSMSDS SECTION 4 First aid measures 41 Description of first aid measures If inhaled SECTION 8 Exposure controlspersonal protection 81 Control parameters 82 Exposure controls Appropriate engineering controls

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  • Material Safety Data Sheet  LC Insulations

    Material Safety Data Sheet LC Insulations

    1344098 Sodium Silicate 0 6 15T 5R 10 NE mgM3 Synthetic Calcium Silicate is not listed as a health hazard but is included for information only NE Not Established ACGIH TLVs are 2003 values OSHA PELs are those in effect on the date of preparation of this MSDS The listed PELs TVLs and RELs are time weighted average exposure limits

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  • INSULATION FOR UTILITY DISTRIBUTION

    INSULATION FOR UTILITY DISTRIBUTION

    A Calcium silicate pipe and block insulation shall be asbestosfree molded high temperature insulation composed of hydrous calcium silicate with a density of 145 lbcu ft and thermal conductivity k of 041 BTUinhrsq ftF or less at 200 degrees F mean temperature

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  • MECHANICAL INSULATION BEST PRACTICES GUIDE

    MECHANICAL INSULATION BEST PRACTICES GUIDE

    241 CALCIUM SILICATE Calcium silicate insulation is composed principally of hydrous calcium silicate which usually contains reinforcing fibers it is available in molded and rigid forms Service temperature range covered is 35°C to 815°C Flexural and compressive strength

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