Lead Contaminated Soil

Lead-contaminated soil abounds in playgrounds, parks and backyards. Lead-contaminated soil poses a threat when children play in it and put their hands or other objects covered with this soil into their mouths. There also is a health hazard when people bring this soil into the house on their clothing or shoes and the dust […]

Lead Based Paint

During the 19th century, U.S. paint manufacturers began to use “white lead” as a pigment for house paint because it could be tinted a variety of colors and was thought to be a protective coating. Although lead poisoning from paint was documented as a serious threat to children in the early 1900s, lead was […]

The Uses of Lead

Lead (Pb) is a basic chemical element, which can be combined with other substances to form lead compounds. A bluish-white metal of bright luster, lead is very soft, highly malleable, ductile, has a low melting point and is resistant to corrosion. These characteristics brought lead into common usage, even in ancient times. The ancient […]

Lead Hazards

The most common source of lead poisoning is lead-contaminated dust (LCD). This dust can be so fine that it cannot be seen by the naked eye. Dusts can have thousands of parts per million lead by weight. The high concentrations of lead in LCD means that even tiny quantities of dust exposure can result […]

Ledizolv MSDS

Material Safety Data Sheet

Material Safety Data SheetI – Identification


Product Name (As appears on label)

CAS Registry Number
Not Applicable

Effective Date
January 8, 2013

Chemical Family
Anionic Liquid Detergent



II – Hazardous Ingredients / Identity Information

There are no hazardous ingredients in LEDIZOLV as defined by the OSHA Standard and Hazardous Substance List 29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z. Contains no Canadian WHMIS […]