Trying to figure out the chemicals for the following NFPA codes
blue 1 red 4 yellow 0
blue 2 red 2 yellow 0
You are looking at hazard levels for chemicals. You cannot ID a specific chemical by the numbers.
Also called HMIS
In the NFPA 704 hazard rating system, the color codes denote associated risk factors. The colour blue denotes a health risk, red denotes flammability, yellow denotes reactivity and white denotes a special hazard notice. Depending on the gravity of the risks involved, numbers are written on the color quadrants on a scale of 0 to 4.
4 - May be fatal on short exposure
3 - Corrosive or toxic
2 - Harmful if inhaled or absorbed
1 - Causes irritation
0 - No unusual hazard
4 - Flammable gas or extremely flammable liquid
3 - Flammable liquid flash point below 100° F
2 - Combustible liquid flash point of 100°F to 200°F
1 - Combustible if heated
0 - Not combustible
4 - Explosive
3 - May explode if suitably initiated
2 - Unstable may react violently if mixed with water
1 - May react if heated or mixed with water but not violently
0 - Not reactive to water
Special Notice Key (White)
W - Water reactive
OX - Oxidizing Agent
SA - Asphyxiant gas
Where did you get the numbers?????????
OHHH I am not an engineer, so you can discount my reply if you want, and I cannot do math.
From signs in my inventory
As a sheet with a list of stuff??
No chemical or brand name with a name like Ajax cleaner also on the inventory ??
Depending in your company someone should have material safety data sheets on some of these chemicals.
A little lost on what your true question is.
Retrieving data ...