What are the hazards of methanol?
Moonshiners have used methyl alcohol for years because of its similarity in taste to ethyl alcohol and increase in alcohol volume.
There are several industrial uses for methanol such as in the manufacture of plastics, soaps, inks and cleaning products, as well as a solvent for many materials.
You will learn the hazards of methanol, including:
What is its reaction with strong oxidizers, chloroform and strong corrosives such as sulfuric acid, sodium hydroxide, and potassium hydroxide?
Is it flammable?
Isn’t methanol a poison?
What health effects does methanol have on the body?
What happens if someone ingests methanol?
Is it true that methyl alcohol has narcotic properties?
What happens if someone inhales this toxic chemical?
What happens with skin contact?
Don’t put yourself and others in danger. Learn about the hazards of methanol today!