Methyl bromide


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Material Name:  Methyl bromide

UN/NA ID:  1062

Emergency Response Guide Number:  123

Analytical testing dots *Toxic inhalation hazard - Refer to isolation and protective action distances. IF A FIRE IS INVOLVED, ALSO CONSULT the assigned guide (orangebordered pages of your ERG) and apply as appropriate the evacuation information shown under PUBLIC SAFETY. Analytical testing dots

Isolation & Protective Action Distances for "Methyl bromide":

Small Spills:

First ISOLATE in all directionsPROTECT persons downwind: DayPROTECT persons downwind: Night
30 m (100 ft)0.1 km (0.1 miles)0.2 km (0.1 miles)

Large Spills:

First ISOLATE in all directionsPROTECT persons downwind: DayPROTECT persons downwind: Night
150 m (500 ft)0.7 km (0.4 miles)2.2 km (1.4 miles)

Analytical testing dotsRelated Hazardous Material(s):  Methyl bromide  


Materials related to Methyl bromide:
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