Material safety data sheetdate prepared: january 13, 2005
Prepared by: mr holyk
Infotrac………………………………..(800) 535-5053u.C.I. Poison control…………….(714) 634-5988general informationproduct numberproductnfpa rating0 = non‑hazardous I = slight hazard2 = hazardous 3 = extreme hazard 4 = deadlygraffiti grabberwinner industrial supply3246 n.E. Street unit #dsan bernardino, ca 92405pll-1710hydrocarbon blendcombustible liquid, nos,na1993, pg111manufacturerchemical familyfirehealthreactivityspecial1dot classification0
Section 2 – hazardous ingredientschemical name cas number % by vol. Exposure limits in air acgih (tlv) osha (pel)odorless mineral spirits 64742-48-9 24.00% 2 ppm 2 ppmd-lemonine 98% 5989-27-5 10.00% 150 ppm 150 ppm2-methyl pyridone 7732-18-5 35.00% 100 ppm 100 ppm
Section 3 – health hazard dataeffects of overexposureskin:eyes:ingestion:inhalation:when the concentrated form of this product comes in contact with the skin it may cause severe irritation and / or damage to the skin. There is also the possibility of defatting of the skin due to the removal of the skins natural oils. When this product comes in contact with the eyes or eyelids it may cause severe irritation and / or damage to the eyes and immediate areas. When concentrated solutions of this product are swallowed severe discomfort and / or damage of the stomach and intestinal tract may occur. Fumes from this product are generally considered non ‑toxic, and pose no safety or health threat.First aid proceduresskin:eyes:ingestion:inhalation:if skin comes in contact with product: flush exposed area with cool water for 15 minutes. Consult a physician if irritation persists.If this product comes in contact with eyes; flush eyes with luke warm water for 30 minutes and consult a physician if irritation persists.Do not induce vomiting. Have patient drink large amounts of milk or plain water. Consult a physician immediately.Remove to clean atmosphere and consult physician immediatelycarcinogensthe hazardous ingredients contained in this product are not listed on the following regulatory lists of suspected carcinogens: federal osha, national toxicology program (ntp), international agency for reasearch on cancer (iarc), state of california – osha
Section 4 – spill, leak, and disposal proceduresspill and leak controlsmall spill / leaks:large spill / leaks:flush area with water to an industrial sewer line.Contain spill with dikes of absorbant mateirals such as clay, sand, or vermiculate. This material is considered hazardous in concentrated form.Waste disposalall hazardous waste must be solidified and disposed of in an epa approved class one disposal facility. When disposing of chemicals contact local, state, and federal environmental agencies to fully understand the necessary regulations governing the disposal of chemical wastes.
Section 5 – fire and explosion hazardsflashpoint : testing method:178cleveland closed cup flammable limits in air: combustibleupper explosion limits:lower explosion limits:12.0 percent8.0 percentfire extinguishing materials:water, sand, co2, dry foam, halonspecial fire fighting materials:noneunusual fire & explosion hazards:nonehazardous polymerzation:under fire conditions hazardous polymerzation will not oc
Section 6 – physical datasection 5 – fire and explosion hazardsboiling point:vapor pressure:vapor density:ph (concentrate):specific gravity: (water = 1.00):percent volatiles:evaporation rate (water = 1.00):ph (1% solution):212 o fnot appl.Not appl.N / a1.04100.0%1.04n/asolubility in water:appearance and odor:this product is emulisifble in water.Clear liquid with a hydrocarbon odor.
Section 7 – personal protection informationrespiratory protection:eye protection:protective gloves:other equipment:none requiredwhen handling any chemical product it is recommended that proper protection of the eyes be worn.When handling any chemical product it is recommended that proper protection of the skin and hands be worn.None
Section 8 – special precautionschemicals can be hazardous if not respected. The use of proper equipment and procedures for handling chemicals are not only of benefit for their obvious uses, but can reduce the possibility of serious injury and lost time accidents.Keep this material away from high heat and observe proper housekeeping procedures.Do not mix chemcials unless instructed by qualified personnel.
Section 9 – footnotessources:1) dangerous properties of industrial materials; sax , 6th edition2) handbook of toxic and hazardous chemicals and carcinogens; sittig, 2nd edition3) condensed chemical dictionary; hawley, 10th edition 4) tlv’s and biological exposure indices for 1985-1986; acgih, 2nd printing5) director’s list of hazardous substances; the state of california, 1st printing6) title 29 cfr parts 1900 to 1910, revised as of july 1,19847) documentation of tlv’s and bei’s; acgih, 5th edition8) guidelines for the selection of chemical protective clothing; acgih, 2nd printing9) emergency response guidebook; u.S. Department of transportation, 1984 editionthis data is furnished gratuitously independent of sale of the product and only for your investigation and independent verification. While this data is believed to be correct, winner industrial supply shall in no event be responsible for damages whatsoever, directly or indirectly, resulting from the publication or use of or reliance upon data contained herein. No warranty, either implied or expressed or merchantability of fitness or of any nature with respect to the product or to the data is made herein. You are urged to obtain data sheets for all winner industrial supply products you buy, process, use, or distribute, and are encouraged to advise anyone working with or exposed to such products of
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