Safety



Merck Millipore provides tools, rules & safe packaging concepts to support you.


Acids in Safety Bottles
All our experience in dealing with the hazard potential of acids in glass bottles has been incorporated in the specifications of the new Merck Millipore "Safebreak" bottle, the safest safety bottle!

Basic Rules
Our safety cards, safety labels and posters contain all the information you need.

Chemical Waste
We offer you more than 5000 products in small packs. The safety advantage of hazardous products in small packs is obvious: there is less or no residue hence disposal is easier.

Clean Room Packaging
If the highest standards are to be achieved, the packaging is just as important as the contents.

Dangerous Goods
We offer you a summary of how the particular hazards posed by the substances must be identifiable, and provide additional information concerning the transport of dangerous goods. With us you get all your information at a glance.

Hazard and Precautionary Statements

Labeling of Chemicals Classified as Hazardous
Our label for chemical products includes the new hazard communication elements according to CLP (hazard pictograms, signal word, hazard and precautionary statements).

Product Safety Summaries
Product Safety Summaries are intended to provide the general public with an overview of product safety information on chemical substances.

SafetyCap
Our latest development: The Merck Millipore SafetyCap – for all products that can generate excess pressure in the bottle through chemical reaction.

Safety Data Sheets
Electronically provided Safety Data Sheets now meet right-to-know requirements for instant hazard information access 24 hours a day. Take advantage of the latest database of Safety Data Sheets, which we update for you on a regular basis.

Safe Storage
Maintaining control over the chemicals so that they can be safely stored and retrieved

The Hydrofluoric Acid Passport
Corrosive burns caused by hydrogen fluoride, hydrofluoric acid or inorganic fluorides can be fatal if the poisonous effects of fluoride ions are not treated.
 
 
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