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Fluorides

Hydrogen fluoride (01006)

Anhydrous, 100%

Overview
AHF is used to produce environmentally preferred fluorocarbon products, fluoropolymers, and chemical derivatives. It is a clear, colorless, corrosive fuming liquid with a sharp, pungent odor. AHF is 100% soluble in water and is not flammable. It forms a dense white vapor clouds if released. AHF is highly hazardous and needs to be handled and used with rigorous safety precautions. It can cause severe burns to all parts of the body in liquid and vapor forms. Specialized medical treatment is required for all exposures to HF acid.
Specifications

General Information

  • Application
    • Blowing Agents
    • Petrochemical
    • Plastics
    • Refrigerants
    • Solvents
  • CAS Number
    • 7664-39-3
  • Concentration
    • <=100.00%
  • EC Number
    • 231-634-8
  • Grade
    • Anhydrous
  • Molar Mass
    • 20.01 g/mol
  • Performance Function
    • Fluorinated Carbon Compounds
  • Product Type
    • Substance Degrees Celsius
  • Synonyms
    • AHF
    • Anhydrous HF
    • HF
    • HF Acid

Physical Properties

  • Boiling Point/Range
    • 19.5 °C at 1.013 hPa
  • Chemical Composition
    • Hydrogen Fluoride
  • Color
    • Colorless
  • Density
    • 1,000 g/cm3 at 20 °C
  • Flashpoint
    • Not applicable
  • Formula
    • HF
  • Melting Point/Range
    • -83 °C
  • Odor
    • Stinging
  • Partition Coefficient
    • No data available
  • pH
    • Acidic
  • Physical Form
    • Liquid
  • Solubility in Water
    • Completely miscible
  • Vapor Pressure
    • 1.028 hPa at 20 °C hectopascal

Safety Information

  • Chemical Stability
    • Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages
    • Stable under normal conditions
  • Corrosivity
    • Extremely Corrosive
  • Evaporation Rate
    • Not applicable
  • Flammability
    • Not applicable
  • Ignition Temperature
    • Not applicable
  • Incompatible Materials
    • Contact with alkalies and some oxides cause strong violent exothermic reactions
    • Contact with metals will yield hydrogen gas, a fire and explosive reactive hazard
    • Glass and silicate-containing materials are attacked
    • HF contact with carbonates, sulfides and cyanides yield toxic gases such as carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide
    • HF contact with glass, concrete and other silicon bearing materials will yield silicon tetrafluoride gas
    • On dilution or dissolving in water, considerable heating always occurs
    • Pressure buildup from this process has been known to rupture glass containers
    • When diluting, add acids to water, never the other way around
  • Oxidizing
    • The substance or mixture is not classified as oxidizing
  • Self Ignition
    • Not applicable
  • Thermal Decomposition
    • Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages

International Transportation

  • Chemical Class
    • 8
  • Packing Group
    • I
  • Sub Class 1
    • 6.1
  • UN Number
    • 1052

General Information

  • Application
    • Blowing Agents
    • Petrochemical
    • Plastics
    • Refrigerants
    • Solvents
  • CAS Number
    • 7664-39-3
  • Concentration
    • <=100.00%
  • EC Number
    • 231-634-8
  • Grade
    • Anhydrous
  • Molar Mass
    • 20.01 g/mol
  • Performance Function
    • Fluorinated Carbon Compounds
  • Product Type
    • Substance Degrees Celsius
  • Synonyms
    • AHF
    • Anhydrous HF
    • HF
    • HF Acid

Physical Properties

  • Boiling Point/Range
    • 19.5 °C at 1.013 hPa
  • Chemical Composition
    • Hydrogen Fluoride
  • Color
    • Colorless
  • Density
    • 1,000 g/cm3 at 20 °C
  • Flashpoint
    • Not applicable
  • Formula
    • HF
  • Melting Point/Range
    • -83 °C
  • Odor
    • Stinging
  • Partition Coefficient
    • No data available
  • pH
    • Acidic
  • Physical Form
    • Liquid
  • Solubility in Water
    • Completely miscible
  • Vapor Pressure
    • 1.028 hPa at 20 °C hectopascal

Safety Information

  • Chemical Stability
    • Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages
    • Stable under normal conditions
  • Corrosivity
    • Extremely Corrosive
  • Evaporation Rate
    • Not applicable
  • Flammability
    • Not applicable
  • Ignition Temperature
    • Not applicable
  • Incompatible Materials
    • Contact with alkalies and some oxides cause strong violent exothermic reactions
    • Contact with metals will yield hydrogen gas, a fire and explosive reactive hazard
    • Glass and silicate-containing materials are attacked
    • HF contact with carbonates, sulfides and cyanides yield toxic gases such as carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide
    • HF contact with glass, concrete and other silicon bearing materials will yield silicon tetrafluoride gas
    • On dilution or dissolving in water, considerable heating always occurs
    • Pressure buildup from this process has been known to rupture glass containers
    • When diluting, add acids to water, never the other way around
  • Oxidizing
    • The substance or mixture is not classified as oxidizing
  • Self Ignition
    • Not applicable
  • Thermal Decomposition
    • Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages

International Transportation

  • Chemical Class
    • 8
  • Packing Group
    • I
  • Sub Class 1
    • 6.1
  • UN Number
    • 1052
  • Synonyms : AHF|Anhydrous HF|HF|HF Acid
  • Molar Mass : 20.01 g/mol
  • CAS Number : 7664-39-3
  • Grade : Anhydrous
  • EC Number : 231-634-8
  • Application : Blowing Agents|Petrochemical|Plastics|Refrigerants|Solvents
  • Product Type : Substance Degrees Celsius
  • Color : Colorless
  • Formula : HF
  • Physical Form : Liquid
  • Solubility in Water : Completely miscible
  • Melting Point/Range : -83 °C
  • Flashpoint : Not applicable
  • Density : 1,000 g/cm3 at 20 °C
  • pH : Acidic
  • Partition Coefficient : No data available
  • Odor : Stinging
  • Chemical Composition : Hydrogen Fluoride
  • Boiling Point/Range : 19.5 °C at 1.013 hPa
  • Vapor Pressure : 1.028 hPa at 20 °C hectopascal
  • Corrosivity : Extremely Corrosive
  • Self Ignition : Not applicable
  • Oxidizing : The substance or mixture is not classified as oxidizing
  • Chemical Stability : Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages|Stable under normal conditions
  • Incompatible Materials : Contact with alkalies and some oxides cause strong violent exothermic reactions|Contact with metals will yield hydrogen gas, a fire and explosive reactive hazard|Glass and silicate-containing materials are attacked|HF contact with carbonates, sulfides and cyanides yield toxic gases such as carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and hydrogen cyanide|HF contact with glass, concrete and other silicon bearing materials will yield silicon tetrafluoride gas|On dilution or dissolving in water, considerable heating always occurs|Pressure buildup from this process has been known to rupture glass containers|When diluting, add acids to water, never the other way around
  • Flammability : Not applicable
  • Evaporation Rate : Not applicable
  • Ignition Temperature : Not applicable
  • Thermal Decomposition : Fire or intense heat may cause violent rupture of packages
  • Chemical Class : 8
  • Packing Group : I
  • UN Number : 1052
  • Sub Class 1 : 6.1
  • Performance Function : Fluorinated Carbon Compounds
  • Concentration : <=100.00%
Technical Note
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
for Neutralization of HF
application/pdf 89.25 KB
12/6/2023
89.25 KB
Brochure
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Honeywell expertise can help reduce the stress of transportation emergencies by supporting remediation efforts
application/pdf 3.3 MB
12/6/2023
3.3 MB
Performance you need. Quality you can count on.
application/pdf 1.65 MB
12/6/2023
1.65 MB
Honeywell expertise can reduce risk and downtime
application/pdf 2.41 MB
12/6/2023
2.41 MB
Honeywell is dedicated to the safe production and transportation of hydrofluoric acid (HF)
application/pdf 1.56 MB
12/6/2023
1.56 MB
HF acid delivery you can rely on
application/pdf 295.58 KB
12/6/2023
295.58 KB
In-Person & Online Seminars
application/pdf 1.63 MB
12/6/2023
1.63 MB
Manuals and Guides
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
application/pdf 147.45 KB
12/6/2023
147.45 KB
Honeywell HF Trailer Training Dome
application/pdf 380.61 KB
12/6/2023
380.61 KB
Training guide
application/pdf 4.38 MB
12/6/2023
4.38 MB
Training
application/pdf 2.77 MB
12/6/2023
2.77 MB
Hazmat Training
application/pdf 3.46 MB
12/6/2023
3.46 MB
Data Sheet
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Technical Data Sheet
application/pdf 72.4 KB
12/6/2023
72.4 KB
Technical Data Sheet
application/pdf 75.13 KB
12/6/2023
75.13 KB
Certificate
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies
application/pdf 147.97 KB
12/6/2023
147.97 KB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
for Neutralization of HF
89.25 KB
12/6/2023
89.25 KB
147.45 KB
12/6/2023
147.45 KB
Honeywell expertise can help reduce the stress of transportation emergencies by supporting remediation efforts
3.3 MB
12/6/2023
3.3 MB
Honeywell HF Trailer Training Dome
380.61 KB
12/6/2023
380.61 KB
Performance you need. Quality you can count on.
1.65 MB
12/6/2023
1.65 MB
Technical Data Sheet
72.4 KB
12/6/2023
72.4 KB
Honeywell expertise can reduce risk and downtime
2.41 MB
12/6/2023
2.41 MB
Training guide
4.38 MB
12/6/2023
4.38 MB
Honeywell is dedicated to the safe production and transportation of hydrofluoric acid (HF)
1.56 MB
12/6/2023
1.56 MB
Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies
147.97 KB
12/6/2023
147.97 KB
Training
2.77 MB
12/6/2023
2.77 MB
HF acid delivery you can rely on
295.58 KB
12/6/2023
295.58 KB
Technical Data Sheet
75.13 KB
12/6/2023
75.13 KB
In-Person & Online Seminars
1.63 MB
12/6/2023
1.63 MB
Hazmat Training
3.46 MB
12/6/2023
3.46 MB
Name
Description
File Size
Date
Size
for Neutralization of HF
89.25 KB
12/6/2023
Honeywell expertise can help reduce the stress of transportation emergencies by supporting remediation efforts
3.3 MB
12/6/2023
Performance you need. Quality you can count on.
1.65 MB
12/6/2023
Honeywell expertise can reduce risk and downtime
2.41 MB
12/6/2023
Honeywell is dedicated to the safe production and transportation of hydrofluoric acid (HF)
1.56 MB
12/6/2023
HF acid delivery you can rely on
295.58 KB
12/6/2023
In-Person & Online Seminars
1.63 MB
12/6/2023
147.45 KB
12/6/2023
Honeywell HF Trailer Training Dome
380.61 KB
12/6/2023
Training guide
4.38 MB
12/6/2023
Training
2.77 MB
12/6/2023
Hazmat Training
3.46 MB
12/6/2023
Technical Data Sheet
72.4 KB
12/6/2023
Technical Data Sheet
75.13 KB
12/6/2023
Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies
147.97 KB
12/6/2023