• Contact may irritate the skin causing a rash and burning feeling.
• Exposure to Diisobutyl Ketone can irritate the eyes, nose and throat.
• Breathing Diisobutyl Ketone can cause you to become dizzy,
• Long-term exposure can cause drying and cracking of the skin.
• Diisobutyl Ketone may affect the liver and kidneys.
Personal Protection: 
• Avoid skin contact with Diisobutyl Ketone. Wear solvent-resistant gloves
• All protective clothing (suits, gloves, footwear, headgear) should be clean,
• ACGIH recommends Polyvinyl Alcohol as a protective material.
• Wear indirect-vent, impact and splash resistant goggles when working
• Wear a face shield along with goggles when working with corrosive, highly
• Contact lenses should not be worn when working with this substance.
• Where the potential exists for exposure over 25 ppm, use a MSHA/
• If while wearing a filter or cartridge respirator you can smell, taste, or
• Exposure to 500 ppm is immediately dangerous to life and health. If
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