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Super Cold 134A


Super Cold 134A

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Solder joints can become very hot, and when working on the job, there isn't always time to wait for things to cool down. If only you could flash freeze a spot and get back to work; and with Super Cold 134A you can! From MG Chemicals comes a cold aerosol that can be sprayed onto hot spots and drastically lower their temperatures to harden the surface almost immediately. Non-flammable and non-conductive, this aerosol is safe to use and environmentally friendly.

Super Cold is also designed to quickly and easily remove adhesives and glues, and locate thermal points and cracks in electrical components that could cause technical problems. No residue is left behind from this spray so there is no need for an extra clean up when work is done. A variable valve is attached to give you control over how much or how little of a range to freeze. Its time to cool down with Super Cold 134A.

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Features and Benefits

  • Ozone Safe
  • Non-flammable
  • Variable control valve
  • One Year Standard Warranty

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 Physical and Chemical Properties
 Physical StateAerosol 
 OdorEthereal 
 Solubility0.15% 
 Evaporation Rate1 (Ether=1) 
 Boiling Point-26.2C 
 Specific Gravity1.22 
 Vapor Pressure86 PSI @ 21C 
 Vapor Density3.5 (Air = 1) 
 pH
 Stability and Reactivity
 StabilityStable at normal temperatures and pressures. Do not mix with oxygen or air above atmospheric pressure. Any source of high temperature, such as lit cigarettes, flames, or welding may yield toxic and corrosive decomposition products. 
 Conditions to AvoidTemperatures over 40C, ignition sources, and incompatible 
IncompatibilitiesAlkali and alkaline earth metals, powdered aluminum, zinc, magnesium, and beryllium 
 PolymerizationWill not occur 
 DecompositionHalogens, halogen acids, possibly carbonyl halides 
 Environmental Impact Data (percentage by weight)
 CFC
 HFC100 
 CI Solv
 VOC
 HCFC
 ODP
 Exposure Control
 Keep away fromEyes, mouth, nose, and skin 
 Ventilation Use adequate ventilation systems to keep airborne concentrations to a minimum
 Personal ProtectionWear appropriate protective eyeglasses or chemicals safety goggles and protective clothing to prevent skin contact. When adequate ventilation isn't available, wear a NIOSH approved respirator. 
 Fire Fighting Measures
 Auto-ignition Temperature>750C 
 Extinguishing MediaUse water spray, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, or chemical foam 
 General InformationThis material may become flammable when mixed with air under pressure and exposed to strong ignition sources. Containers may explode in the heat of a fire. 
 Hazards Identification
 WHMIS Codes
 NFPA RatingsHealth 1. Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 
 HMIS RatingsHealth 1, Flammability 0, Reactivity 0 
 Eyes Contact with eye may cause severe tissue damage because of frostbite
 SkinContact with liquid or escaping vapor can cause frostbite, indicated by pallor or redness, loss of sensation, and swelling 
 InhalationLow in toxicity in concentrations up to 40000ppm. When oxygen levels in air are reduced to 12-14% symptoms of asphyxiation will occur: loss of coordination, increased pulse rate, and deeper respiration. 
 IngestionImprobable due to boiling point (-26.2C) 
 ChronicOver exposure may cause dizziness and loss of concentration. At higher levels, CNS depression and cardiac arrhythmia may result from exposure. 

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