Nov 30, 2015 ... Refrigerant contains chemicals called fluorinated hydrocarbons (often referred to
by a common brand name, “Freon”). Freon is a tasteless, ...
Do you know how dangerous Freon can be if your body suffers too much
exposure? What about the danger to the environment?
USDOT's Hazardous Materials Table from 49 CFR 172.101 sorted by proper
shipping name (Refrigerant ga... ==> Sodium borohyd...).
available to each employee who is exposed to Freon. 1232 at potentially
hazardous levels: 1. Initial Medical Screening: Employees should be screened
Freon is a trade name for a class of chemicals known as Chlorofluorocarbons or
CFC's and are used as a ... Pre-Demolition Hazardous Material Inspection.
2 days ago ... difluorochloromethane; Fluorocarbon 22 (Freon 22); HCFC 22 ... This material is
considered hazardous by the OSHA Hazard Communication ...
Recently our a/c broke. Tech came out and said that the freon was almost gone
from the heat pump and that there must be a leak in the system ...
WHAT IS D.O.T. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS? ... transportation, or who transport
hazardous materials. Training ... Freon 12, R134A and certain aerosol products.
Breathing air that is contaminated with Freon can cause respiratory difficulties,
organ damage ... Spilled Freon should be treated as a hazardous situation, and
the area should be evacuated and ventilated quickly to prevent Freon poisoning.
Hazardous Substance Fact Sheet. Common Name: 1,1,2-TRICHLORO-1, 2, 2-
TRIFLUOROETHANE. Synonyms: Freon®113; Genetron®113. Chemical Name: