BBMFC - SS 331 DUNCAN CERAMIC SEALER CLEAR GLOSS

Product Identification

Product ID:SS 331 DUNCAN CERAMIC SEALER CLEAR GLOSS
MSDS Date:05/01/1995
FSC:8010
NIIN:00F002995
MSDS Number: BBMFC

Responsible Party
PLASTI-KOTE INC (TEMPO PRODUCTS CO)
1000 LAKE RD
MEDINA, OH 44256-5000
US

Emergency Phone: 216-725-4511

Info Phone: 216-725-4511

Preparer: SCOTT MATTISON

Cage: EO706

Contractor
TEMPO PRODUCTS CO A PLASTI-KOTE CO INC
MEDINA, OH 44256 US

Telephone: 330-725-4511

Cage: 07708

Ingredients

DICHLOROMETHANE (METHYLENE CHLORIDE) (SUSP HUMAN CARC BY

CAS: 75-09-2

RTECS: PA8050000

Fraction By Weight: 10-12%

OSHA PEL 500 PPM

ACGIH TLV: 50 PPM

EPA Report Quantity: 1000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 1000 LBS


TOLUENE (IARC CARC- GROUP 3) *96-2*

CAS: 108-88-3

RTECS: XS5250000

Fraction By Weight: 36-42%

OSHA PEL 100 PPM

ACGIH TLV: 100 PPM

EPA Report Quantity: 1000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 1000 LBS


HYDROCARBON PROPELLANT, PETROLEUM GASES LIQUIFIED

CAS: 68476-86-8

Fraction By Weight: 23%

OSHA PEL 1000 PPM


ACETONE; DIMETHYL KETONE; 2-PROPANONE

CAS: 67-64-1

RTECS: AL3150000

Fraction By Weight: 12-16%

OSHA PEL 1000 PPM

ACGIH TLV: 750 PPM

EPA Report Quantity: 5000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 5000 LBS


SOLVENT NAPHTHA, PETROLEUM, LIGHT AROMATIC, HIGH FLASH

CAS: 64742-95-6

RTECS: WF3400000

Fraction By Weight: 0-4%

Hazards

Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES Skin:YES Ingestion:NO
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:YES IARC:YES OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:INHALATION: NASAL & RESPIRATORY
IRRITATION, ASPHYXIATION. METHYLENE CHLORIDE MAY CAUSE DEATH. EYES:
CAN CAUSE SEVERE IRRITATION. INGESTION: GASTROINTESTINAL
IRRITATION. SKIN: IRRITATION. REPORTS HAVE ASSOCIATED PROLONGED
OVEREXPOSURE W/PERMANENT BRAIN DAMAGE & NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:METHYLENE CHLORIDE IS A SUSPECTED HUMAN
CARCINOGEN BY ACGIH.
Effects of Overexposure:IRRITATION, DIZZINESS, WEAKNESS, FATIGUE,
NAUSEA, HEADACHE, UNCONSCIOUSNESS, NUMBNESS, RAPID HEARTBEAT,
REDNESS, TEARING, BLURRED VISION, NAUSEA, VOMITING, DIARRHEA &
PAIN.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:ALLERGIC RESPIRATORY OR SKIN
REACTION

First Aid

First Aid:EYES: FLUSH W/WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINS. SKIN: WASH W/SOAP &
WATER. INHALATION: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT,
GIVE OXYGEN. IF BREATHING STOPS, GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION.
INGESTION : DON'T INDUCE VOMITING. ASPIRATION OF MATERIAL INTO
LUNGS CAN CAUSE CHEMICAL PNEUMONITIS WHICH CAN BE FATAL. OBTAIN
MEDICAL ATTENTION IN ALL CASES.

Fire Fighting

Flash Point:100F
Lower Limits:1
Extinguishing Media:ALCOHOL FOAM, CO2, DRY CHEMICAL
Fire Fighting Procedures:WATER SPRAY MAY BE INEFFECTIVE. WATER MAY BE
USED TO COOL CLOSED CONTAINERS, FOG NOZZLES ARE PREFERABLE. WEAR
SCBA.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:VAPORS ARE >AIR/MAY TRAVEL ALONG THE
GROUND/MAY BE MOVED BY VENTILATION & IGNITE. CLOSED CONTAINERS MAY
EXPLODE/AUTOIGNITE WHEN EXPOSED TO EXTREME HEAT.

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:ELIMINATE IGNITION SOURCES & VENTILATE AREA.
ABSORB LIQUID ON ABSORBENT MATERIAL & TRANSFER TO CLOSED CONTAINER.

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:DON'T STORE IN AREAS >120F OR IN
DIRECT SUNLIGHT, NEAR HEAT OR OPEN FLAMES. DON'T PUNCTURE OR
INCINERATE.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:USE NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED RESPIRATOR TC23C OR
EQUIVALENT FOR ORGANIC VAPORS WHEN >TLV.
Ventilation:LOCAL EXHAUST/MECHANICAL (GENERAL): RECOMMENDED.
Protective Gloves:CHEMICAL RESISTANT, NEOPRENE
Eye Protection:FACESHIELD
Other Protective Equipment:SOLVENT-RESISTANT BOOTS, APRON, & HEADGEAR
Work Hygienic Practices:REMOVE/WASH CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEFORE
REUSE/EATING/DRINKING/SMOKING/LEAVING WORK. FOLLOW GOOD HYGIENE
PRACTICES.
Supplemental Safety and Health

Chemical Properties

Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:133-331F
Melt/Freeze Pt:M.P/F.P Text:1500F
Vapor Density:>1
Spec Gravity:<1
Evaporation Rate & Reference:(BU AC = 1): >1
Solubility in Water:SLIGHT TO MODERATE
Appearance and Odor:TYPICAL SOLVENT PAINT
Percent Volatiles by Volume:90

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS, ALKALIES, REACTIVE METALS, HEAT & HOT
SURFACES.
Stability Condition to Avoid:HEAT, SPARKS, OPEN FLAME.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:TOXIC MATERIALS, CO2, CO, VARIOUS
HYDROCARBONS, NITROGEN COMPOUNDS.

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE W/LOCAL, STATE, &
FEDERAL REGULATIONS.

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