If you are at this page then the link to the MSDS from failed! The link was supposed to have taken you to the manufacturer or distributor who maintains the MSDS. Unfortunately, they move their pages, change the names of the pages, and even go out of business, all without telling us! (Imagine the gall!) That means we have to now manually locate another source for that MSDS.
We just did an automated search using our own formula to try to locate where the MSDS moved to (if it still is on the internet). The top results are below. Look through them and click on the one that seems closest to what you are looking for. The links are rated by our search tool: good = *, better = **, and best =***. Click on the link, and it will open in a new window. If that isn't the MSDS you are looking for, just close that window, and you will return here, and try the next link!
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Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs), the original versions of documents containing chemical hazard information prior to GHS, had as many formats as the imaginations of chemical suppliers would allow, leading to confusion and lost time including during situations when workers most needed to access the information.
A safety data sheet, or SDS, is a standardized document that contains occupational safety and health data. The International Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) mandates that chemical manufacturers must communicate a chemical's hazard information to chemical handlers by providing a Safety Data Sheet.
A safety data sheet (SDS), material safety data sheet (MSDS), or product safety data sheet (PSDS) is a document that lists information relating to occupational safety and health for the use of various substances and products.
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