Rating Explanation Guide
|HEALTH HAZARD||FLAMMABILITY HAZARD||INSTABILITY HAZARD|
|4 = Can be lethal||4 = Below 73 Degrees F||4 = May explode at normal temperatures and pressures|
|3 = Can cause serious or permanent injury||3 = Above 73 Degrees||3 = May explode at high temperature or shock|
|2 = Can cause temporary incapacitation or residual injury||2 = Above 100 Degrees F,||2 = Violent chemical change at high temperatures or pressures|
|1 = Can cause significant irritation||1 = Above 200 Degrees F||1 = Normally stable. High temperatures make unstable|
|0 = No hazard||0 = Will not burn||0 = Stable|
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