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Acute Health Effects:
EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE
Eye Contact: (Part A-Epoxy): Product is moderately irritating to the eyes.
Ingestion: Product is generally considered to have a low order of acute oral toxicity. (Part B-Polyamide): Liquid causes severe irritation with chemical burns of the cornea. Vapor may produce transient corneal edema with fogging of vision.
Skin Contact: (Part A-Epoxy): Product is moderately irritating to the skin. Product may cause skin sensitization. Skin sensitization (allergy) may be evidenced by rashes, especially hives. (Part B-Polyamide): Prolonged or widespread contact could result in the skin absorption of potentially harmful amounts of material. Product produces severe irritation and may cause burns.
Inhalation: (Part B-Polyamide): Low concentrations may produce irritation causing cough, chest discomfort, and difficulty with breathing. High concentrations may produce lung injury.
Other Health Information (Part B-Polyamide): The main hazards with this material are due to its intensely irritating and corrosive properties. There is no specific antidote and patients should be managed according to their clinical condition. Care should be taken if it is judged necessary to evacuate the contents of the stomach. Aspiration of the substance will cause severe lung injury.
Other Health Information (Part B-Polyamide): Exposure to high concentrations of vapor may cause minor transient corneal edema. This condition, referred to as Blue Haze or Glaucopsia
Chronic Health Effects:
produces a fogging of vision. The effect disappears spontaneously within a few hours of the end of an exposure.
Other Health Information (Part A-Epoxy): Pre-existing skin allergies may increase the chance of developing increased allergy symptoms from exposure to this product. Pre-existing skin and eye disorders may be aggravated by exposure to this product.
Other Health Information (Part B-Polyamide): Repeated skin exposure may cause allergic contact dermatitis.