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Colored Dispensing Bottles meet OSHA requirements.

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June 9, 2014 - Made of HDPE, durAstatic™ Dispensing Bottles meet OSHA’s Federal Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200 for labeling hazardous chemicals. Bottles are dissipative for ESD control and are designed to protect static sensitive printed circuitry. Embossed with ESD protective symbol, bottles have measurements printed on one side and are available with pictograms for acetone, isopropyl alcohol, and toluene. Products are compatible with any dispenser fitted with standard 38–400 mm threaded neck.

Menda Products, Inc.

3651 Walnut Ave., Chino, CA, 91710, USA

Original Press Release

Menda Dispensing Bottles Meet New OSHA Requirement

Press release date: May 20, 2014

Santa Barbara, California — Menda® has launched new colored durAstatic™ dispensing bottles to meet OSHA’s Federal Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200. OSHA has new requirements for labeling hazardous chemicals. This information will help ensure proper handling and safe use of hazardous chemicals in the workplace. Beginning June 1, 2015, all labels are required to have pictograms, a signal word, precautionary statements, product identifier, and supplier identification.

Menda high density polyethylene durAstatic™ bottles are dissipative for ESD control and are designed to protect your valuable static sensitive printed circuitry. The bottles are embossed with the ESD protective symbol, allowing people to immediately know the bottle is ESD protective. Measurements are printed on one side to let the user see how much fluid is left in the container. Bottle-only options are available to provide a simple solution for transitioning dispensers still in working condition to meet 2015 OSHA Federal Hazard Communication Standard. Menda durAstatic™ bottles are compatible with any dispenser fitted with a standard 38-400mm threaded neck. Both pump and dispensers are made in the United States of America.

Menda dispensing bottles that meet these new requirements are available with pictograms for acetone, isopropyl alcohol (IPA), and toluene in the following item numbers. Samples are available upon request.

Item Description
35730  oz. (180mL) Blue Acetone Printed Bottle with One-Touch Pump
635731 6 oz. (180mL) Blue Acetone Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35732 6 oz. (180mL) Green Acetone Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35733 6 oz. (180mL) Yellow Acetone Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35734 6 oz. (180mL) Orange Acetone Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35735 6 oz. (180mL) Blue IPA Printed Bottle with One-Touch Pump
35736 6 oz. (180mL) Blue IPA Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35737 6 oz. (180mL) Green IPA Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35738 6 oz. (180mL) Yellow IPA Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35739 6 oz. (180mL) Orange IPA Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35760 6 oz. (180mL) Blue Toluene Printed Bottle with One-Touch Pump
35761 6 oz. (180mL) Blue Toluene Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35762 6 oz. (180mL) Yellow Toluene Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35763 6 oz. (180mL) Orange Toluene Printed Bottle, Bottle Only
35764 6 oz. (180mL) Green Toluene Printed Bottle, Bottle Only

About Menda: The MENDA brand name has been synonymous with innovation and quality since 1947. MENDA is famous for its high performance line of "dish type" liquid dispenser pumps and bottles. These pumps and bottles are now widely used in beauty, industrial electronics assembly, cleanroom and medical applications. The MENDA brand name is recognized around the world as the standard for finger touch liquid dispensing a small amount of liquid into its top dish. When Desco Industries, Inc. acquired MENDA in September of 2000 our vision was to make MENDA the specialty tools division. MENDA is no longer just a dispenser pump and bottle company. The MENDA product offering now includes specialty tools for the workstation.

For additional information email Service@MendaTools.com or visit MendaTools.com

Contact:
Alyssa Smith
781-821-8370

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