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If you currently have an MSDS for Alodine 1132 from the manufacturer, I suggest you print a new one from the HMIRS website at www.dlis.dla.mil/hmirs.
The HCC found in the "Physical/Chemical Properties" section of an HMIRS MSDS provides this detail, but the manufacturer's MSDS normally does not.
HMIRS consists of an online Web application, which is used by workers at industrial facilities to access electronic hazardous materials documents; an online administrator application, used by system administrators to maintain key online information; online CD-ROM modules, which allow off-network users to search and view documents; and a document submittal Web site, which enables suppliers and Government personnel to submit electronic MSDSs to HMIRS.
* Provide material safety data sheets (MSDS) through the Hazardous Materials Information Resource System (HMIRS)
Best practice--The Hazardous Material Information Resource System (HMIRS) can be utilized to print required labels or pre-printed color forms (DD 2521 S/N 0102-LF-012-0800 or DD 2522 S/N 0102-LF012-1100) can be ordered and used to label hazardous materials.
The most up-to-date MSDS is obtained from the Hazardous Material Information Resource System (HMIRS) program which is maintained by supply.
THE PSCC ALSO PROVIDES HAZARDOUS MATERIAL INFORMATION RESOURCES SYSTEM (HMIRS) SUPPORT AND APPROVES SYSTEM ACCESS REQUESTS.
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