BGBHM - VERSENE 100, CHELATING AGENT

  • MSDS: BGBHM
  • Manufacturer: DOW CORNING CORP
  • Product Name: VERSENE 100, CHELATING AGENT
  • National Stock Number: 6810-00-977-6605
Product Identification

Product ID:VERSENE 100, CHELATING AGENT
MSDS Date:01/10/1991
FSC:6810
NIIN:00-977-6605
MSDS Number: BGBHM

Responsible Party
DOW CORNING CORPORATION
SOUTH SAGINAW ROAD
MIDLAND, MI 48686
US

Emergency Phone: 517-496-5900

Info Phone: 517-496-6000

Cage: 5D028

Contractor
VOPAK USA INC
KIRKLAND, WA 98033-7357 US

Telephone: 425-889-3400/425-889-3617

Cage: 0STM5

Ingredients

TETRASODIUM ETHYLENE DIAMINE TETRAACETATE

CAS: 64-02-8

RTECS: AH5075000

Fraction By Weight: 37%


TRISODIUM NITRILOTRIACETATE

CAS: 5064-31-3

RTECS: MB8400000

Fraction By Weight: 1%


SODIUM HYDROXIDE (SARA III)

CAS: 1310-73-2

RTECS: WB4900000

Fraction By Weight: 1 - 10%

OSHA PEL 2 MG/M3

ACGIH TLV: C 2 MG/M3; 9293

EPA Report Quantity: 1000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 1000 LBS


WATER

CAS: 7732-18-5

RTECS: ZC0110000

Fraction By Weight: TO 100%


ETHYLENEDIAMINETETRAACETIC ACID, TRI-SODIUM SALT

CAS: 19019-43-3

Fraction By Weight: 1%


SODIUM GLYCOLATE

CAS: 2836-32-0

RTECS: MC5525000

Fraction By Weight: 3%

Hazards

LD50 LC50 Mixture:LD50 (ORAL RAT) IS 3030 MG/KG
Routes of Entry: Inhalation:NO Skin:YES Ingestion:NO
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:YES IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:VERSENE 100 HAS A LOW ORAL TOXICITY.
EYE CONTACT OR PROLONGED/REPEATED SKIN CONTACT IS IRRITATING AND
MAY RESULT IN A CHEMICAL BURN. VAPORS ARE UNLIKELY DUE TO THE
PHYSICAL FORM (A SOLUTION).
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:NITRILOTRIACETIC ACID IS LISTED AS BEING
"REASONABLY ANTICIPATED TO BE A CARCINOGEN." SEE REPORT FOR DETAILS
Effects of Overexposure:EYE:IRRITATION,PAIN,BURNS TO POSSIBLE
BLINDNESS. SKIN:IRRITATION POSSIBLE BURN WITH PROLONGED/REPEATED
SKIN CONTACT. INHALED:"UNLIKELY" EXPOSURE. INGESTED:"LOW SINGLE
DOSE TOXICITY."
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:NONE REPORTED

First Aid

First Aid:IF IRRITATION PERSISTS OR IS SEVERE, SEE A DOCTOR. EYE:FLUSH
W/WATER 15 MIN, HOLD LIDS OPEN. SKIN:WASH WITH SOAP & WATER. REMOVE
CONTAMINATED CLOTHING AND LAUNDER BEFORE REUSE. INHALED:REMOVE TO
FRES H AIR. RESTORE BREATHING IF NECESSARY. INGESTED:DO NOT INDUCE
VOMITING. GIVE 2 LARGE GLASSES OF MILK OR WATER AND GET IMMEDIATE
MEDICAL CARE. DOCTOR TO ORDER VOMITING. NOTHING BY MOUTH IF
UNCONSCIOUS.

Fire Fighting

Flash Point Method:PMCC
Flash Point:NONE
Extinguishing Media:USE WATER SPRAY,DRY CHEMICAL,CO2,OR ALCOHOL FOAM.
Fire Fighting Procedures:FIRE FIGHTERS SHOULD USE NIOSH APPROVED SCBA &
FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT WHEN FIGHTING CHEMICAL FIRE. USE WATER
SPRAY TO COOL NEARBY CONTAINERS EXPOSED TO FIRE.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:EXTINGUISH ALL NEARBY SOURCES OF IGNITION
SINCE FLAMMABLE HYDROGEN GAS WILL BE LIBERATED FROM CONTACT WITH
SOME METALS.

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:WEAR FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT ESPECIALLY EYE
PROTECTION. MOP UP OR ABSORB WITH INERT MATERIAL AND DISPOSE IN DOT
APPROVED CONTAINERS. KEEP OUT OF SEWERS, STORM DRAINS, SURFACE
WATERS AND SOIL. COMPLY WITH ALL SPILL REPORTING REGULATIONS.
Neutralizing Agent:NO INFORMATION GIVEN ON MSDS BY MFR.

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:STORE IN A COOL, DRY, WELL VENTILATED
AREA AWAY FROM INCOMPATABLE MATERIALS. KEEP TIGHTLY CLOSED WHEN NOT
IN USE. VENT CAREFULLY.
Other Precautions:'EMPTY' CONTAINERS MAY CONTAIN RESIDUE OR VAPOR.
TREAT THEM WITH THE RESPECT DUE FULL ONES. DO NOT CUT,WELD,ETC. ON
THEM.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:RESPIRATOR WILL NOT NORMALLY BE NECESSARY IF
PRODUCT IS USED WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION.
Ventilation:NORMAL ROOM VENTILATION IS SUFFICIENT. SUPPLEMENT WITH
LOCAL EXHAUST IF PEL/TLV IS EXCEEDED.
Protective Gloves:RUBBER
Eye Protection:GOGGLES, FACE SHIELD OR FULL FACE RESPIR
Other Protective Equipment:EYE WASH STATION AND SAFETY SHOWER, LONG
SLEEVED SHIRT, TROUSERS, RUBBER BOOTS AND RUBBER APRON.
Work Hygienic Practices:HMIS:USE GOOD CHEMICAL HYGIENE PRACTICE. AVOID
UNNECESSARY CONTACT. WASH THOROUGHLY BEFORE EATING OR DRINKING.
Supplemental Safety and Health
KEY2:KT MSDS RECEIVED FROM NAVY (FOCAL POINT N). CAGE CODE AND NSN
IDENTIFIED BY THEM.

Chemical Properties

HCC:N1
NRC/State Lic Num:NONE
Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:223F,106C
Melt/Freeze Pt:M.P/F.P Text:-24F,-31C
Vapor Pres:WATER
Vapor Density:WATER
Spec Gravity:1.31
Evaporation Rate & Reference:<1
Solubility in Water:100%
Appearance and Odor:LIGHT STRAW COLORED LIQUID, SLIGHT AMINE ODOR

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
ACIDS, OXIDIZING MATERIALS, AMMONIA
Stability Condition to Avoid:EXCESSIVE HEAT
Hazardous Decomposition Products:MAY LIBERATE CARBON MONOXIDE,
CARBONCIOXIDE, OXIDES OF NITROGEN, AMMONIA
Conditions to Avoid Polymerization:WILL NOT OCCUR

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:DISPOSE IN A MANNER APPROVED FOR THIS MATERIAL.
CONSULT APPROPRIATE FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL REGULATORY AGENCIES TO
ACERTAIN PROPER DISPOSAL.

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