Skin contact: Take off contaminated clothing and rinse […]
Skin contact: Take off contaminated clothing and rinse the skin thoroughly with soap and water.
Eye contact (powder): Lift the eyelid and rinse with running water or normal saline. Seek medical attention.
Inhalation (powder): quickly leave the scene to a place with fresh air. Keep the airway unobstructed. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If breathing stops, give artificial respiration immediately. Seek medical attention.
Ingestion: Drink enough warm water to induce vomiting. Seek medical attention.
Respiratory protection: When you may be exposed to its dust, you must wear a self-priming filter dust mask.
Eye protection (powder): wear safety glasses.
Body protection: Penetrating gas type anti-virus suit.
Hand protection: Wear anti-poisonous penetration gloves.
Other protection: smoking, eating and drinking are prohibited at the work site. After work, take a shower. Pay attention to personal hygiene.
Leakage emergency treatment: Isolate the leaked contaminated area and restrict access. Cut off the fire source. It is recommended that emergency response personnel wear dust masks (full face masks) and gas-proof suits. Do not directly touch the leakage. A small amount of leakage: avoid dust, use a clean shovel to collect in a dry, clean, covered container. Transfer and recovery. A large number of leaks: cover with plastic sheeting and canvas. Use non-sparking tools to transfer and recycle.
Hazardous combustion products: titanium oxide.
Extinguishing method: Use dry powder and dry sand to extinguish fire. It is strictly prohibited to use water, foam and carbon dioxide to fight the fire. In the event of high heat or violent burning, fighting with water may cause an explosion.