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The "Hydrofluoric Acid" Passport

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Safety in the Lab
Be safe in the laboratory.
 Absorbents for Spilled Liquids
Absorbents for Spilled Liquids
Mishaps and accidents happen. With Chemizorb®, however, you can remove spilled aggressive or other unpleasant liquids quickly and safely.
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Packaging
Each laboratory must establish a policy to provide for the proper storage, handling and use of different chemicals.
 Safebreak Bottle
Safebreak Bottle
"Safebreak" is a glass bottle coated with polyethylene. Should e.g. the bottle fall and break, the liquid and glass splinters are reliably retained within the polyethylene coating.
 Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
Product stewardship and workplace safety is explained for every chemical product within the SDS.
 Solvent Withdrawal Systems
Solvent Withdrawal Systems
Our range of withdrawal systems ensures safe and easy use of your solvents without the risk of contamination.
 Manual Withdrawal System for 10l/30l-Barrels
Manual Withdrawal System for 10l/30l-Barrels
Watch our practical handling instruction video.
 Manual Withdrawal System for 10l/25l-Drums
Manual Withdrawal System for 10l/25l-Drums
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 Manual Withdrawal System for 200l-Containers
Manual Withdrawal System for 200l-Containers
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 Withdrawal System for Inert Gas Pressurizing
Withdrawal System for Inert Gas Pressurizing
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 The "Hydrofluoric Acid" Passport
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.
 Titration
Titration
Sophisticated and reliable analyses precisely adjusted certified volumetric solutions.
 Acids for Analysis
Acids for Analysis
The film is primarily intended as a training tool for the Merck workforce, but customers are of course welcome to have a look as well.

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. Not every physician has the necessary specialist knowledge. Therefore, all important instructions are contained on a passport the size of a credit card which everyone, who comes into contact with these materials, can have on them.