T.C. 130 is a liquid alkaline product designed for neutralizing acidic solutions prior to disposal. It may also be used to regulate the pH of water in air conditioning units, water cooling towers, waste effluent systems, evaporative condensers, and other similar water systems.
T.C. 130 is added slowly to solutions being neutralized. In most cases this will be done manually.
Concentrations of T.C. 130 required are determined by titrating the acidic waste or system water to be treated.
NOTES ON USE
Never add T.C. 130 to hot solutions. Allow solutions to cool to 110°F-120°F before making additions. Spread additions lightly over surface of solution, rather than concentrating at one spot. Stir lightly.
Safety and Handling Precautions
T.C. 130 contains highly alkaline ingredients. Causes burns of skin and eyes. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Wear rubber gloves and safety goggles or face shield when handling. Avoid breathing mist.
In case of contact with skin or eyes, immediately flush affected area with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes; for eyes, get medical attention.
Disposal methods will vary depending upon the materials in solution. Generally, once neutralized, the solution may be discharged into local sewage systems.
Packaged in non-returnable 55-gallon steel drums.
May be shipped by any common carrier. Freight classification is "Industrial Process Water Treating Compounds - Corrosive Liquid". White label - Alkaline Caustic Liquid.
Suitable for general indoor storage.