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Guide to the catalog

The catalog No.29 consists of 4 parts, introduction, text, products per application and indexes. In the text(A, B, C, D • • •Z), reagents and laboratory chemicals are arranged in English of alphabetical order.
English names, Japanese names, chemical formulas, formula weights, CAS Registry No., physical properties, grades, package size, prices, and product code are listed.

  • Listed prices are subject to change due to a change in raw materials or an increase of cost.
    Standard grades and assurance levels are also subject to change due to a change in JIS or other reasons.
  • Please contact your nearest dealer for your ordering and ordering information,
    To be exact, you are requested to use our product No. for your ordering. Please contact your dealer, our export department or overseas offices for your quotation.
  • Synthesis of reagents not listed in the catalog may be accepted.
    Since many reagents have specific properties, no return of merchandise please.
  • All reagents listed are of experimental and research use only.
  • Many reagents and chemicals do not provide sufficient chemical information particularly about harmfulness.
    Even if there is no indication of hazards and safety, please follow general rules for handling chemical substances.

Grade

Abbreviations Reagent grade
(G) JIS special grade conformable reagent
(E) JIS extra pure grade conformable reagent
(G) Kanto special grade reagent
(E) Kanto extra pure grade reagent

Information on safety

Label and catalog

The safety label and the Kanto Catalog provide the first source of information for the safe handling of reagents. Hazardous goods in the catalog are marked with hazard symbols according to the Japanese regulations and GHS. However anyone handling reagents should always observe following safety rules even if a label carries no hazard warning.

  • Always ware eye protection; ware gloves whenever possible.
  • Work in a well ventilated area.
  • Avoid contact with skin, eyes and mucous membranes.
  • Be sure to seek medical advice in the event of accident or feeling unwell.

GHS symbols

The following hazard symbols are the standard symbols which should be used in the GHS.

Labeling of Products subject to related laws and regulations

Labeling Contents
[FS] Hazardous Materials of Fire Service Act
Hazardous Material classifications are expressed by our original abbreviations, for example, as [FS]4-1-S-Ⅱ. Hazardous Materials classifications based on Fire Service Act shown in this catalog were decided with reference to test results as well as published data and Appended Tables of Fire Service Act. It doesn’t mean all the classifications correspond to test results.
[SPS] Poisonous Substances in Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Act
Packing Group of Poisonous Substances is shown as [SPS]Ⅰ or [SPS]Ⅱ. Specified Poisonous Substances are shown in news sections.
[DS] Deleterious Substances in Poisonous and Deleterious Substances Control Actt
Packing Group of Deleterious Substances is shown as [DS]Ⅰ, [DS]Ⅱ or [DS]Ⅲ.
[ISH] Organic Solvents, Specified Chemical Substances, Lead Compounds, Hazardous Substances to be indicated/notified in terms of Whose Names,etc. in Industrial Safety and Health Act
Order for Enforcement of Industrial Safety and Health Act, Ordinance on the Prevention of Organic Solvent Poisoning, Ordinance on Prevention of Hazards due to Specified Chemical Substances, Ordinance on Prevention of Lead Poisoning, and Hazardous Substances to be indicated/notified in terms of Whose Names,etc. are shown.
[CS] Specified Chemical Substance in Act on the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.
Class I Specified Chemical Substance and Class II Specified Chemical Substances corresponding to “Act on the Evaluation of Chemical Substances and Regulation of Their Manufacture, etc.” are shown.
Confirmation is required for the purchase of Class I Specified Chemical Substance.
[Mutagen] Existing Chemical Substance and New Chemical Substance showing strong mutagenicity
[NP] Psychotropics in Narcotics and Psychotropics Control Act
Specified Narcotic or Psychotropic Raw Materials are shown in news sections.
[PRTR] Designated Chemical Substances in Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof
Class I Designated Chemical Substances and Class II Designated Chemical Substances corresponding to “Act on Confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management Thereof” are shown as PRTR 1-○○○ and PRTR 2-○○○, respectively, in which ○○○ shows PRTR No. (PRTR No. is based on amended enforcement order issued in November 2008.
[CW] Specific Chemicals in Act on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the Regulation of Specific Chemicals
Class I Specific Chemicals and Class II Specific Chemicals corresponding to “Act on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and the Regulation of Specific Chemicals” are shown.
[PMD] Pharmaceuticals specified in The Law on Securing Quality, Efficacy and Safety of Products Including Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices
Distributors are limited to those who have obtained marketing license for pharmaceuticals such as wholesale distributors. Purchasers of in-vitro diagnostics are limited to proprietors of a pharmacy, manufacturers of pharmaceuticals, proprietors of a hospital or a medical facility for human-reared animals, etc.
確認証 Confirmation: According to related laws and regulations, confirmation is required at the time of ordering.