THE GHS * HAZARD PICTOGRAMS. COMPRESSED GAS ENVIRON MENTAL HAZARD CORROSIVE HEALTH HAZARD TOXIC Contains compressed, liquefied, or dissolved gases. Odorless or invisible gases may escape unnoticed. Compressed gas containers can burst due to heat or deformation. Can harm aquatic organisms such as fish, aquatic insects, and aquatic plants in low concentrations, acutely or through long-term exposure. Can cause severe skin burns and eye damage. Can dissolve certain materials (e. g. fabrics). Hazardous to animals, plants, and organic materials of all kinds. Can damage certain organs. Can lead to immediate or long-term massive adverse effects on health, cause cancer, or damage genetic material, fertility, or development. Can be fatal on penetration of respiratory tract. Can lead to severe poisoning and death even in small quantities. Protect from sunlight. Store in well ventilated space (not in cellar!). Seal carefully after use. Observe hazard and safety notices on label and comply with instructions for use and quantity regulations. Return unused products or partially empty containers to seller or dispose as hazardous waste. Always wear gloves and protective goggles when handling. Seal carefully after use. Never ingest. Avoid all unnecessary contact. Beware long-term damage. Seal carefully after use. Use with extreme caution. Use proper protective gear such as gloves and mask. Prevent danger to uninvolved parties. Seal carefully after use. • Propane and butane cylinders • CO 2 bottles for producing soda water • Mold remover • Insect repellent sprays • Pool chemicals • Motor oils • Oven cleaners • Descaling agents • Drain cleaners • Strong cleaning products • Cleaning concentrates • Gasoline • Methanol • Paints • Lighter fluid • Lamp oils • Certain essential oils • Mouse and rat poison Source: Federal Office of Public Health * GHS = Globally Harmonized System of Classification, Labelling and Packaging of Chemicals
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