- Formula: HCl
- Elements: Chlorine, Hydrogen
- CAS Number: 7647-01-0
- Caswell Number: 486
- CCOHS Record Number: 332
- RTECS Number: MW4025000
- (-)-(R)-1-(4,4-Bis(3-methyl-2-thienyl)-3-butenyl) nipecotic acid, hydrochloride
- 1,2,4-Triazolo(4,3-a) pyridine, 5,6,7,8-tetrahydro-3-(2-(4-(2-methylphenyl)-1-piperazinyl) ethyl)-, monohydrochloride
- 3-Piperidinecarboxylic acid, 1-(4,4-bis(3-methyl-2-thienyl)-3-buten-yl)-, hydrochloride, (R)-
- 4-D Bowl Sanitizer
- 5,6,7,8-Tetrahydro-3-(2-(4-o-tolyl-1-piperazinyl) ethyl)-s-triazolo(4,3-a) pyridine monohydrochloride
- Abbott 70569.HCl
- ABT 569
- Acide chlorhydrique [French]
- Acido clorhidrico [Spanish]
- Acido cloridrico [Italian]
- AF 2139
- Anhydrous hydrochloric acid
- Aqueous hydrogen chloride
- Bowl Cleaner
- Chloorwaterstof [Dutch]
- CHLORO GROUP
- Chlorohydric acid
- Chlorowodor [Polish]
- Chlorure d'hydrogene anhydre [French]
- Chlorure d'hydrogene [French]
- Chloruro de hidrogeno [Spanish]
- Chlorwasserstoff [German]
- Cloruro de hidrogeno anhidro [Spanish]
- Dapiprazole hydrochloride
- Dapiprazole hydrochloride [USAN]
- Dapiprazole monohydrochloride
- Emulsion Bowl Cleaner
- Gabitril (TN)
- Hydrochloric acid
- Hydrochloric acid (acid aerosols including mists, vapors, gas, fog, and other airborne forms of any particle size)
- Hydrochloric acid (JP14/NF)
- Hydrochloric acid 36% by weight or more HCl
- Hydrochloric acid gas
- Hydrochloric acid mixture
- Hydrochloric acid [JAN]
- Hydrochloric acid, solution [UN1789] [Corrosive]
- Hydrogen Chloride
- Hydrogen chloride (gas only)
- Hydrogen chloride (HCl)
- Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous [UN1050] [Poison gas]
- Hydrogen chloride, refrigerated liquid [UN2186] [Poison gas]
- Hygeia Creme Magic Bowl Cleaner
- Muriatic acid
- Now South Safti-Sol Brand Concentrated Bowl Cleanse with Magic Actio
- Percleen Bowl and Urinal Cleaner
- Spirits of salt
- Tiagabine hydrochloride
- Tiagabine hydrochloride (USP)
- Tiagabine hydrochloride [USAN]
- Varley Poly-Pak Bowl Creme
- Varley's Ocean Blue Scented Toilet Bowl Cleaner
- White Emulsion Bowl Cleaner
- Wuest Bowl Cleaner Super Concentrated
- corrosive to metals
Health & Regulatory Guidelines
- EPA Regulations:
- Reportable Quantity: 5000 Lbs
- Threshold Planning Quantity: 500 Lbs
- Marine Polutant: No
- NFPA 704 Rating:
- Health Hazardard Rating: 3
- Fire Hazardard Rating: 0
- Reactivity Hazardard Rating: 0
- NIOSH Guidelines:
- Ceiling: ppm
- IDLH: ppm
- Conversion: 1 PPM = mg/m3@ 25°C & 1ATM
- OSHA Regulations:
- Corrosive: Highly
49 CFR 172.101 - Hazardous Materials Table
Produced by the US DOT the ERG is designed to aid first responders in quickly identifying specific or generic hazards of materials involved in an incident and protecting themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of an incident.
|UN#||Guide||Name of Material||ISO||H20 React||TIH Gas(es)|
|Current as of: Oct. 2, 2011|
|1789||157||Hydrochloric acid||No||No|| |
|1789||157||Muriatic acid||No||No|| |
- USDOT Hazardous Materials Table 49 CFR 172.101
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