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City Technology Materials Safety

City Technology have Materials Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all products which detail the chemical hazards and properties of the components used within each sensor. The MSDS cover the following:

  • Composition / information on materials used
  • Hazard identification
  • First-aid measures
  • Fire fighting measures
  • Accidental release measures
  • Handling and storage
  • Exposure controls / personal protection
  • Physical and chemical properties
  • Stability and reactivity
  • Toxicological information
  • Disposal considerations


To find a sensor's MSDS, select the Series from the tabs below:

MICROceL Material Safety Data Sheets (5)
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MICROpeL 75C
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
MICROpeL 75M
File Size
0.08MB
File Type
pdf
MICROpeL 75
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
MICROceL CF
File Size
0.08MB
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pdf
MICROceL HS
File Size
0.08MB
File Type
pdf
IRceL Material Safety Data Sheets (2)
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File Type
IRceL HC
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0.07MB
File Type
pdf
IRceL CO2
File Size
0.07MB
File Type
pdf
3 Series Material Safety Data Sheets (55)
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MHYT-1
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0.11MB
File Type
pdf
MND-1
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0.03MB
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pdf
3MH
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0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3F/D
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0.03MB
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pdf
3EU
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0.03MB
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pdf
3HL
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0.03MB
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pdf
A3E/F
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0.03MB
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pdf
3ND
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3ME/F
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
A3ME/D
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3MNDH
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3M/F
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3MHL
File Size
0.41MB
File Type
pdf
A3CO
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
T3HYE
File Size
0.41MB
File Type
pdf
3HYE
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
T3NDH
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3NT
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3SF/F
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
T3CLH
File Size
0.41MB
File Type
pdf
A3NFX
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3NDH
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3M
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
A3OZ
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0.03MB
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pdf
3CLH
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3SH
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
MNO-1
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3AM
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
T3H
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0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3MNF/F
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0.12MB
File Type
pdf
A3E/D
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0.03MB
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pdf
3H
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3E
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3HYT
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
T3F/F
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
A2E/F
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3ST/F
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3ETO
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3MHYT
File Size
0.41MB
File Type
pdf
T3E/F
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
A3ME/F
File Size
0.12MB
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pdf
3NF/F
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0.03MB
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pdf
3E/F
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0.03MB
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pdf
2E/F
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0.03MB
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pdf
3OZ
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0.03MB
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pdf
3HCN
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0.03MB
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pdf
T3ST/F
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3MCLH
File Size
0.41MB
File Type
pdf
T3HYT
File Size
0.41MB
File Type
pdf
3MSF
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
T3SH
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
T3NT
File Size
0.12MB
File Type
pdf
3HH
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3HH/LM
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
3SF
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4 Series Material Safety Data Sheets (18)
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4ETO
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4OX-1
File Size
0.08MB
File Type
pdf
4S
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
2CF
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4AM
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4NT
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4CF
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0.03MB
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pdf
4H
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4HS
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4SL
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4HN
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4COSH
File Size
0.07MB
File Type
pdf
4OX-2
File Size
0.08MB
File Type
pdf
4PHFast
File Size
0.40MB
File Type
pdf
4PH
File Size
0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4ND
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
4HYT
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0.03MB
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pdf
4CL
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
5 Series Material Safety Data Sheets (9)
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5FO
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
A5F
File Size
0.08MB
File Type
pdf
5F
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
5SF
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
5MF
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0.03MB
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pdf
5SF/F
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
5ND
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
5NF
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0.08MB
File Type
pdf
A5H
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7 Series Material Safety Data Sheets (25)
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7AM
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7ETO
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7OZ
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7HYE
File Size
0.07MB
File Type
pdf
A7E
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7ST/F
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7HCN
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
7HH
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
T7OX
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0.05MB
File Type
pdf
A7E/F
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
MND-2
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
MNO-2
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0.03MB
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pdf
7E
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0.03MB
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pdf
7E/F
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0.03MB
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pdf
7HH/LM
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0.03MB
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pdf
7SH
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0.03MB
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pdf
7CLH
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0.03MB
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pdf
7NT
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0.03MB
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pdf
7OX
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0.03MB
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pdf
A7AM
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0.03MB
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pdf
7NDH
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0.03MB
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pdf
7NH
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0.03MB
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pdf
7HL
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0.03MB
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pdf
7HYT
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0.03MB
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pdf
7H
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
9 Series Material Safety Data Sheets (2)
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9HH
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0.03MB
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pdf
9CF
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
Other Material Safety Data Sheets (28)
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DO2
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0.07MB
File Type
pdf
C/2
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
AO3
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0.03MB
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pdf
MOX-2
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0.03MB
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pdf
MOX-1
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0.03MB
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pdf
NX3
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0.03MB
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pdf
C/S
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf
52CF
File Size
0.02MB
File Type
pdf
C/2PN
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0.08MB
File Type
pdf
NX1
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0.03MB
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pdf
MOX-20
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0.03MB
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pdf
C/Y
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0.03MB
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pdf
AO2
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0.03MB
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pdf
C/N
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0.03MB
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pdf
4P-90C
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0.03MB
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pdf
C/NLL
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0.03MB
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pdf
MOX-4
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0.03MB
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pdf
2FO
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0.03MB
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pdf
C/NLH
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0.03MB
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pdf
2FO-N
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0.08MB
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pdf
In-Q-OX
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0.03MB
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pdf
52CO
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0.07MB
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pdf
MOX-6
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0.03MB
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pdf
MCO
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0.07MB
File Type
pdf
MOX-9
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0.03MB
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pdf
MOX-3
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0.03MB
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pdf
Divecel 3
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0.03MB
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pdf
4P-90
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0.03MB
File Type
pdf

Health and Safety Guidelines

Electrochemical Gas Sensors

General
CiTiceL electrochemical gas sensors are supplied as sealed units and in normal usage represent no chemical hazard in the sense of the "Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations" and the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. Chemical hazard can however arise if CiTiceLs are misused or abused when leakage may occur. Leakage may also occur in the event of a manufacturing fault. In order to avoid potential problems the following notes should be observed on storage, usage, handling and the disposal of unwanted CiTiceLs.

Oxygen CiTiceLs
Oxygen CiTiceLs contain a 4-molar potassium acetate solution which is corrosive. Normally this material would only leak out as a result of either mechanical damage (crushing or piercing) or by electrical misuse for example by attempting to input electrical charge. These CiTiceLs also contain small amounts of lead, lead oxide, platinum, silver, carbon and antimony some of which are toxic and/or mutagenic. If the user comes into contact with the Oxygen CiTiceL s contents the affected area should be washed with a copious supply of water. Obtain medical advice.
As these sensors contain some highly toxic compounds, irrespective of physical condition they should be disposed of according to local waste management requirements and environmental legislation. They should not be burnt as they may evolve toxic fumes.

Toxic Gas CiTiceLs
The majority of Toxic Gas CiTiceLs contain sulphuric acid electrolyte and the chemical hazard is mainly related to the corrosive nature of this compound. These sensors also contain platinum, ruthenium, gold, silver, carbon some of which are toxic. Any skin or eye contact with the contents of these CiTiceLs should be washed immediately with copious amount of water. Obtain medical advice.

Design and Use
CiTiceLs are sealed units containing an aqueous electrolyte and a combination of other substances as detailed above. Provided these CiTiceLs are used only for their intended application they do not represent a chemical hazard.
CiTiceLs must not be exposed to temperatures outside the range -50°C to 60°C. Toxic gas CiTiceLs should not be exposed to organic vapours which may cause physical damage to the body of the sensor, for example 1, 2 dichloroethane.

Storage
For maximum shelf life CiTiceLs should be stored in the containers in which they are supplied in clean dry areas between 0°C and 20°C. CiTiceLs must not be stored in areas containing organic solvents or in flammable liquid stores.

Carriage
CiTiceLs are classified under UN 2800 (Batteries - Wet non-spillable) and conform to the special provisions, section 4.5, paragraph A67 of the dangerous goods regulations. As such CiTiceLs are classed as non-dangerous and may be transported without special packing, labels, etc. It is, however, important to check any local regulations.

Damage
Should any CiTiceL be so severely damaged that leakage of the contents occurs then the following procedures should be adopted.

  1. Avoid skin contact with any liquid or internal component through use of protective gloves.
  2. Disconnect CiTiceL if it is attached to any equipment.
  3. Use copious amounts of clean water to wash away any spilt liquid. This is particularly important in equipment where the CiTiceL involved contains sulphuric acid or phosphoric acid because of the corrosive nature of these electrolytes.

Disposal
All CiTiceLs contain toxic compounds irrespective of physical condition. They should be disposed of according to local waste management requirements and environmental legislation. They should not be burnt since they may evolve toxic fumes.