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As its name would suggest, Brick Acid in its various strengths, is most widely used for cleaning bricks and brickwork, brick washing and brick etching of bricks on walls and floors. Brick Acid is particularly effective at removing unwanted mortar from bricks and brickwork. Brick Acid is often available in various strengths according to its intended use. You should always consult your supplier or manufacturer to ensure that the Brick Acid you have requested will fulfill its intended purpose.
The various strengths of Brick Acid solutions are carefully determined in order to ensure that brickwork can be cleaned whilst mortar remains undamaged. It is always worth buying Brick Acid from a reputable supplier or manufacturer of Brick Acid in order to satisfy yourself that it meets required standards. Many reputable manufacturers and suppliers of Brick Acid are accredited to internationally-recognised Standards including ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System, BS 8555 Environmental Standard, ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System and IIP (Investors in People).
Brick Acid and High Strength Brick Acid comprise strongly acidic blends and mixtures. As when using any other strongly acidic solution, due care must be taken when handling or working with these products. The solutions should only be handled by competent persons who have familiarised themselves with the associated risks of using Brick Acid. Competent persons must read and understand Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) before handling the products. The MSDS outline any associated risks and hazards of using Brick Acid, plus what action to take in the event of an emergency.
Full regard should be given to the use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) which will include protective clothing, approved eye protection, safety footwear and acid-resistant gloves. Brick Acid should always be used in a well-ventilated area or under fume-extraction. Further details of recommended protective requirements can be found on the pages of this website entitled Brick Acid Hazards and Brick Acid Safety.
Brick Acid is regulated by COSHH, 'The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002', which classify it as 'Corrosive' and 'Fuming'. Legislation governs the packaging, labelling and transporting of Brick Acid and information concerning these aspects of Brick Acid can be found on the relevant pages of this website.
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