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Brick Acid and High Strength Brick Acid are acidic mixtures widely used to clean and wash bricks and brickwork, especially effective at removing unwanted mortar from bricks. As when handling any other strongly acidic material, care must be taken when handling or working with Brick Acid.
There are numerous companies which sell Brick Acid and a reputable supplier should always be sought. This will help to ensure that the Brick Acid you purchase has been made with proper regard to the quality of the finished product and the safety of the workforce. Some Brick Acid manufacturers are accredited to internationally-recognised Environmental and Quality Standards and these help to ensure that you are buying Brick Acid from a reputable supplier. Such Standards to look out for include BS 8555 Environmental System, ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System, ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System and Investors in People (IIP). All of these Standards help to ensure the reputation of the supplier you have chosen.
Your Brick Acid manfuacturer will be able to offer technical advice and support to ensure that the strength of Brick Acid you choose is appropriate for its intended purpose. It is important that the chosen acidic solution effectively removes unwanted mortar whilst the brickwork remains undamaged. Your Brick Acid supplier will be able to advise on the best product to choose.
When handling or working with Brick Acid solutions of any strength, it is important to recognise that these are strongly acidic materials with potential to cause serious damage to eyes, skin and the respiratory system if handled incorrectly. Before using Brick Acid, you should always familiarise yourself with its associated risks which can be found on the various pages of this website and also on the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) provided by your supplier.
Protective clothing should always be worn when handling Brick Acid, including acid-resistant gloves, safety footwear and approved eye protection. Further information can be found on the pages of this website entitled Brick Acid Hazards and Brick Acid Safety.
Brick Acid safety is governed by the COSHH Regulations whose full title is 'The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002'. Up to 1 December 2010 Brick Acid Packaging and Labelling are governed by CHiP Regulations, 'The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2009'. After 1 December 2010, Brick Acid Packaging and Labelling is governed by the CLP Regulations (EC) Number 1272/2008. Full details of the requirements of these Regulations can be found on the Brick Acid Labelling page of this website.
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