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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to A+ (A+ 4 Real)
 9  Chapter 12: Material Safety: a Personal and Technical Report on Hazardous Material Handling
      9  Reading and Understanding MSDSs

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Section Ten - Storage Data

Figure 419: MSDS Section Ten: Storage Data

 


In this section, you are given information how to safely store the product. Note the warning about not storing the container in temperatures above 110 ° F (43°C). It is probably not advisable to leave a can of Tcat’s Unreal Kleen on the dash board of your car during a hot sunny day, or at a top of the server rack’s power supply. Back in the Fire/Exposion Data Section “Containers may explode in the heat of a fire due to pressure build up”. Well, it not just the heat from a fire that can cause the containers to explode.

If Tcat’s Unreal Kleen was available in non-aerosol bulk liquid form, in 55 gallon (208,24 liters) drums, then this section would probably indict that the drum needs to electrically grounded and that when transferring the product from the drum to other containers that you need to electrically bond the two container.

What information you will find here depends on the properties of the product and types of containers for storage of the material goods are used. Compressed gas cylinders for example, will instruct that the cylinders need be to secure to prevent them from falling over and that the valve caps need to be in place when the cylinders are not in use.


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