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DRY ICE WARNINGS


  • Dry Ice is extremely cold (-109F)( -78.5C)
  • Avoid Contact with skin and eyes. May cause cold burns.
  • Asphyxiant. Liberates heavy gas which may cause suffocation
  • KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
  • Do not seal in glass or other tightly closed containers
  • Do not enter areas where used or stored until area is properly ventilated
  • Use heavy gloves, safety shoes, and protective clothing when handling.

TO SAFELY DISPOSE OF UNUSED DRY ICE:

Wearing suitable hand protection, place unused dry ice into an uncovered, durable plastic or metal container and allow it to sublimate/evaporate in a secure, well-ventilated area.

DO NOT DISPOSE OF UNUSED DRY ICE:

  • In sinks, toilets or sewers.
  • In trash bins or garbage cans.
  • In any area accessible to the general public.

View Dry Ice Material Safety Data Sheet