Material Saftey Data Sheet - Neroli
Botanical Name:Citrus aurantium var. amara
Appearance:Pale yellow to amber liquid. Odor of white orange blossoms. Citrus scent
Fire / Explosion / Reactivity:
Melting Point:138 °F
Decompostion:Produced carbon monoxide/dioxied upon burning
Respiration:No special precautions required
Ventilation:Well ventilated work area
Skin:Chemical resistant gloves
Eyes:Goggles or face shield
Material Type:Natural essential oil.
General:Liquid may be irritating to skin and eyes. Repeated contact may cause allergic dermatological reaction.
Entry Routes:Inhalation, Skin
Inhalation:Remove to fresh air and call a physician.
Eye Contact:Remove contact lenses and flush eyes with cool water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call a physician.
Skin Contact:Remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Wash skin with mild soap and water.
Ingestion:Rinse mouth, consult a physician.
Occupational Exposure Limits:
Spills / Leaks / Disposal:
Procedure:First remove all potential sources of ignition. Small spills or leaks should be wiped up with paper towels or rags and placed in approved containers. For larger spills use a non-flammable absorbent and dispose of in accordance with federal, state and local laws.
Shipping / Handling:
Procedure:Store in tightly sealed containers in cool dry area. Do not expose to ignition heat or direct sunlight. Follow good industrial and hygienic practices.
SARA 313 Chemical Breakdown:
The information contained in this Material Safety Data Sheet was obtained from current and reliable sources. This data is supplied without warranty, expressed or implied, regarding its correctness or accuracy. It is the user’s responsibility to determine safe conditions for use of this product and to assume liability for loss, injury, damage or expense resulting from improper use of this product.