- The temperature of dry ice is -78.5 0C (-109.3 0F)
- Severe Cold Burns will occur within seconds of direct contact
- Avoid contact with Skin and Eyes
- Do not eat or taste dry Ice
- Do not seal in glass or other tightly closed containers as over pressurization can occur resulting in bursting or exploding.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
- Liberates CO2 vapour that is heavier than air.
- CO2 vapour tends to migrate to lower elevations and to accumulate in confined areas. CO2 vapours must be removed at the floor level of rooms or other enclosures to prevent dangerous accumulations.
- Only use in well ventilated areas.
USE OF PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
- Personal Protective equipment should be worn when handling dry ice eg. Protective Clothing, Heavy gloves, Safety Glasses, Handling Utensils
CARRIERS MUST BE NOTIFIED
If you are shipping dry ice products, you must notify the carrier and affix warning labels.