BHFCH - INSTANTBOND

  • MSDS: BHFCH
  • Manufacturer: HERON MANUFACTURING INC
  • Product Name: INSTANTBOND
  • National Stock Number: 8030-01-025-0237
Product Identification

Product ID:INSTANTBOND
MSDS Date:04/12/1989
FSC:8030
NIIN:01-025-0237
MSDS Number: BHFCH

Responsible Party
HERON MANUFACTURING INC.
865 ESSEX STREET
BROOKLYN, NY 11208-5220
US

Emergency Phone: 718-649-3000

Info Phone: 718-649-3000

Cage: JO919

Contractor
HERON MANUFACTURING INC.
BROOKLYN, NY 11208-5220 US

Telephone: 718-649-3000

Cage: JO919

Ingredients

METHYL 2-CYANOACRYLATE

CAS: 137-05-3

RTECS: AS7000000

Fraction By Weight: > 90%

OSHA PEL 2 PPM/4 STEL

ACGIH TLV: 2 PPM/4 STEL; 9192

Hazards

Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES Skin:YES Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Effects of Overexposure:EXPOSURE TO LIQUID: SKIN WILL BOND VERY RAPIDLY
TO ITSELF OR TO ALMOST ANYTHING ELSE IT'S IN CONTACT WITH. IN EYES
CAN CAUSE IRRI. VAPOR, LACHRYMATORY EFFECT.

First Aid

First Aid:SKIN: FLUSH IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER. CONTACT PHYSICIAN. EYE:
IRRI IMMEDIATELY ANDTHOROUGHLY WITH WATER, HOLDING LIDS APART. DO
NOT FORCE APART IF BONDED. CONTACTPHYSICIAN. INHALATION: REMOVE
FROM EXPOS URE

Fire Fighting

Flash Point Method:COC
Flash Point:180 F 82 C
Extinguishing Media:DRY CHEMICAL, CO2, WATER SPRAY IF RESULTING
POLYMERIZATION WILL NOT BE HAZARDOUS
Fire Fighting Procedures:WEAR SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARTUS AND
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING TO PREVENT CONTACT WITH SKIN OR EYES
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:ADHESIVE IN ABOSRBENT MATERIAL SUCH AS
CLOTHS, MAY UNDERGO POLYMERIZATION & CAUSE AN INCREASE IN TEMP THAT
COULD CONCEIVABLY RESULT IN AUTOIGNITION

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:ELIMINATE IGNITION SOURCES. USE DISPOSABLE
CLOTHS TO ABSORB ADHESIVE. INCINERATE IMMED OR STORE IN ACLOSED
METAL CONTAINER; CLOTHS CONTAINING ADHESIVEMAY UNDERGO
AUTOIGNITION. PROTECT EYE, SKIN, & CLO THING FROM CONTACT WITH
ADHESIVE.

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN, EYES, &
CLOTHING. AVOID BREATHING VAPOR. USE WITH VENTILATION ADEQUATE TO
MAINTAIN VAPOR CONCENTRATION BELOW TLV OF 2PPM
Other Precautions:IF SKIN BONDING OCCURS, ATTEMPTS TO FORCE SEPARATION
MAY RESULT IN LOCAL MECHANICAL DAMAGE. REPEATED SOAKING OF BONDED
AEA IN WARM WATER MAY HASTEN LOOSENING OFTHE BOND. MATERIAL IS
CLASSIFIED AS COMB USTIBLE MATERIAL.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:A NIOSH APPROVED RESPIRATOR FOR ORGANIC VAPOR
SHOULD BE WORN IF NEEDED
Ventilation:LOCAL RECOMMENDED AND MECHANICAL RECOMMENDED
Protective Gloves:POLYETHYLENE GLOVES
Eye Protection:SAFETY GLASSES SHOULD BE WORN
Other Protective Equipment:EYE BATH.
Supplemental Safety and Health
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Chemical Properties

Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:118-120 F
Vapor Pres:<[email protected]
Vapor Density:3.8
Spec Gravity:1.1 AT 68 F
Evaporation Rate & Reference:NOT DETERMINED
Solubility in Water:NOT DETERMINED
Appearance and Odor:CLEAR-SLIGHTLY HAZY, VIRTUALLY COLORLESS; PUNGENT,
UNPLEASENT ODOR. ODOR. LACHR
Percent Volatiles by Volume:98 MAX

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
OXIDIZING MATERIALS CAN CAUSE A VIGOROUS REACTION.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:COMBUSTION COULD RESULT FORMATION OF
CO2, CO, AND OXIDES OF NITROGEN
Conditions to Avoid Polymerization:CONTAM OF LIQUID WITH ACIDIC OR
BASIC MATERIALS, PEROXIDES, OR WATER CAN RESULT IN RAPID
POLYMERIZATION UNCONT RISE TEMP

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:INCINERATION. OBSERVE ALL FEDERAL, STATE & LOCAL
LAWS CONCERNING HEALTH AND POLLUTION

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