BHDBL - VARNISH, MOISTURE AND FUNGUS RESISTANCE

  • MSDS: BHDBL
  • Manufacturer: RANBAR TECHNOLOGY INC D B A
  • Product Name: VARNISH, MOISTURE AND FUNGUS RESISTANCE
  • National Stock Number: 8010-00-180-6343
Product Identification

Product ID:VARNISH, MOISTURE AND FUNGUS RESISTANCE
MSDS Date:06/14/1989
FSC:8010
NIIN:00-180-6343
MSDS Number: BHDBL

Responsible Party
RANBAR TECHNOLOGY INC. D/B/A
1114 WM. FLINN HIGHWAY
GLENSHAW 15116
US

Emergency Phone: 412-486-1111

Info Phone: 412-486-1111

Preparer: PAUL R. YINGST

Cage: DO583

Contractor
RANBAR TECHNOLOGY
GLENSHAW, PA 15116-2316 US

Telephone: 412-486-1111

Cage: DO583

Ingredients

MINERAL SPIRITS

CAS: 64742-88-7

Fraction By Weight: 28%

OSHA PEL 500 PPM

ACGIH TLV: 100 PPM


TUNG OIL

CAS: 67746-14-9

Fraction By Weight: 42%


SALICYLANILIDE

CAS: 87-17-2

RTECS: VN7850000

Fraction By Weight: 3-4%


2-BUTOXYETHANOL

CAS: 111-76-2

RTECS: KJ8575000

Fraction By Weight: 25%

OSHA PEL S, 50 PPM

ACGIH TLV: S, 25 PPM; 9293

Hazards

Routes of Entry: Inhalation:NO Skin:YES Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:VAPORS MAY IRRITATE THE EYES AND
RESPIRATORY TRACT; IN HIGH CONCENTRATION, DEPRESSION OF
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM. PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH SKIN
MAY RESULT IN SKIN IRRITATION AND DERMAT ITIS.
Effects of Overexposure:EYE IRRITATION, IRRITATION OF MUCOUS MEMBRANES,
HEADACHE, DIZZINESS, NAUSEA, OR LOSS OF CONSCIOUSNESS.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:DRY SKIN, DERMATITIS, CHEMICAL
PENUMONITTA, PULMONARY EDEMA/HEMORRHAGE, AND DEPRESSION OF
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.

First Aid

First Aid:EYE CONTACT: FLUSH WITH WATER. SKIN CONTACT: REMOVE
CONTAMINATED CLOTHING AND WASH WITH SOAP AND WATER. INGESTION: DO
NOT INDUCE VOMITING. GET MEDICAL HELP.

Fire Fighting

Flash Point:110F 43C
Lower Limits:1.0
Upper Limits:11.0
Extinguishing Media:USE FOAM, WATER FOG, CARBON DIOXIDE OR DRY CHEMICAL
Fire Fighting Procedures:FIGHT FIRE IN CONFINED SPACE BY WEARING NIOSH
APPROVED S.C.B.A., BUNKER COATS, RUBBER GLOVES, &HELMET W/FACE
SHIELD.COOL FIRE EXPOSED DRUMS WITH WATER.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:STORAGE CONTAINERS EXPOSED TO INTENSE
HEAT FROM FIRE SHOULD BE COOLED WITH WATERTO PREVENT VAPOR PRESSURE
BUILD-UP WHICH COULD RESULT IN RUPTURING THE CONTAINER

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:ELIMINATE ALL IGNITION SOURCES. WEAR
APPROPRIATE RESPIRATOR AND PROTECTIVE CLOTHING. STOP SPILL AT
SOURCE. DIKE AND CONTAIN SPILL. SOAK UP SPILL WITHA SUITABLE
ABSORBENT. REPORT ALL SPILLS GREATER THAN 5 GALLONS. CLEAN.

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:STORE IN COOL PLACE. REMOVE WASTE FROM
WORKPLACE WITHIN 3 MONTHS.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:IN POORLY VENTILATED AREAS, WEAR A NIOSH/MSA
CHEMICAL CARTRIDGE RESPIRATOR.
Ventilation:LOCAL EXHAUST: OPEN WINDOWS, DOORS.
MECHANICAL: EXHAUST FAN
Protective Gloves:SOLVENT RESISTANT MATERIAL
Eye Protection:SAFETY GLASSES, FACE SHIELD
Other Protective Equipment:SAFETY SHOES
Work Hygienic Practices:WASH HANDS BEFORE EATING AND GOING TO THE REST
ROOM; DO NOT SMOKE.
Supplemental Safety and Health
NK

Chemical Properties

Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:315 - 390F
Vapor Pres:< 10
Vapor Density:4.6
Spec Gravity:.9
Evaporation Rate & Reference:< 1 (BUTYL ACETATE = 1)
Solubility in Water:SLIGHT
Appearance and Odor:DARK AMBER LIQUID, MILD ODOR

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
AVOID CONTACT WITH STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS.
Stability Condition to Avoid:KEEP PRODUCT AWAY FROM INTENSE HEAT
SOURCES AND OPEN FLAMES.

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:PLACE THE "USED" ABSORBENT IN A NON-LEAKING
CONTAINER, SEAL TIGHTLY, & MARK FOR WASTE DISPOSALTHE HAZARDOUS
WASTE NO. IS D001

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