BHFFH - COATING POLYURETHANE SAND COMP A ID 754208

  • MSDS: BHFFH
  • Manufacturer: PRATT AND LAMBERT INC
  • Product Name: COATING POLYURETHANE SAND COMP A ID 754208
  • National Stock Number: 8010-01-130-3347
Product Identification

Product ID:COATING POLYURETHANE SAND COMP A ID 754208
MSDS Date:10/15/1987
FSC:8010
NIIN:01-130-3347
Kit Part:Y
MSDS Number: BHFFH

Responsible Party
PRATT & LAMBERT, INC.
16116 E 13TH ST
WICHITA, KS 67201
US

Preparer: W.A. ELLISON

Cage: FO127

Contractor
PRATT AND LAMBERT INC
22 CLEVELAND, OH 44101-1027 US

Telephone: 216-566-2902

Cage: 61196

Ingredients

PROPYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER ACETATE

CAS: 108-65-6

RTECS: AI8925000

OSHA PEL NONE ESTABLISHED

ACGIH TLV: NONE ESTABLISHED


TOLUENE (SARA III)

CAS: 108-88-3

RTECS: XS5250000

OSHA PEL 200 PPM/150 STEL

ACGIH TLV: 50 PPM; 9293

EPA Report Quantity: 1000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 1000 LBS


METHYL ETHYL KETONE (2-BUTANONE) (MEK) (SARA III)

CAS: 78-93-3

RTECS: EL6475000

OSHA PEL 200 PPM/300 STEL

ACGIH TLV: 200 PPM/300STEL 9192

EPA Report Quantity: 5000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 5000 LBS


SILICA, CRYSTALLINE - CRISTOBALITE

CAS: 14464-46-1

RTECS: VV7325000

OSHA PEL SEE TABLE Z3

ACGIH TLV: 0.05 MG/M3 RDUST9293


SILICA, CRYSTALLINE - FUSED

CAS: 60676-86-0

RTECS: VV7328000

OSHA PEL SEE TABLE Z3

ACGIH TLV: 0.1 MG/M3 RDUST;9293


SILICA, CRYSTALLINE - QUARTZ

CAS: 14808-60-7

RTECS: VV7330000

OSHA PEL SEE TABLE Z3

ACGIH TLV: 0.1 MG/M3 RDUST;9293


TITANIUM DIOXIDE

CAS: 13463-67-7

RTECS: XR2275000

OSHA PEL 15 MG/M3 TDUST

ACGIH TLV: 10 MG/M3 TDUST; 9293


VOC. ORGANIC CMPD 4.5 LB/GL LESS WATER & NPRS* 540 G/L LESS

RTECS: 9999999VO

Hazards

Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES Skin:YES Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:SWALLOWING: CAN CAUSE GASTROINTESTINAL
IRR/NAUSEA/VOMIT. ASPIRATION OF MAT'L MAYCAUSE CHEM PNEUMONITIS.
INHALATION: NOSE/THROAT IRRITA. HIGH CONCENTRATION MAY CAUSE
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION CHAR BY
HEADACHES/DIZZINESS/NAUSEA/CONFUSION. EYE: MAY CAUSE EYE IRRITA.
SKIN: MAY CAUSE DEFATTING AND IRRITATION.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:TITANIUM DIOXIDE IS NOT LISTED AS A
POTENTIAL CARCINOGEN BY THE NTP, IARC, OSHA OR ACGIH.
Effects of Overexposure:REPEATED EXPOSURE TO CRYSTALLLINE SILICA MAY
CAUSE PNEUMOCONIOSIS. OCCUPATIONAL OVEREXPOSURE TO SOLVENTS
ASSOCIATED WITH PERMANENT BRAIN OR NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE.
INTENTIONAL MISUSE BY CONCENTRAT ING AND INHALING CONTENTS MAY
BEHARMFUL OR FATAL. REPEATED OVEREXPOSURE TO TOLUENE MAY CAUSE
LIVER DAMAGE.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:PREEXISTING RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS
MAY BE AGGRA- VATED BY EXPOSURE TO CRYSTALLINE SILICA.

First Aid

First Aid:SWALLOWING: IF SWALLOWED GET MEDICAL ATTENTION. INHALATION:
REMOVE TO FRESH AIR.IF BREATHING HAS STOPPED GIVE CPR. GET MED
ATTN. EYE: FLUSH W/WATER FOR 15 MIN LIFTING UPPER/LOWER LIDS. GET
MED ATTN. SKIN: REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING.WASH AFFECTED AREA.
OBTAIN MED ATTN IF IRR'N PERSISTS. TREATMENT REQ FOR OVER-
EXPOSURE S/B DIRECTED AT THE CONTROL OF SYMPTOMS AND THE CLINICAL
CONDITIONS.

Fire Fighting

Flash Point:24F -4.44C
Extinguishing Media:USE NFPA CLASS B FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. POLYMER FOAM
IS PREFERRED FOR LARGE FIRES.
Fire Fighting Procedures:WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS. WATER
TO COOL CONT TO PREVENT POSSIBLE AUTO-IGNITION FOR EXPLOSION. IF
WATER IS USED, FOG NOZZLES ARE PREFERABLE.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:OVEREXPOSURE TO DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS
MAY CAUSE A HEALTH HAZARD. SYMPTOMS MAY NOT BE IMMEDIATELY
APPARENT. OBTAIN MEDICAL ATTENTION. WARNING! FLAMMABLE.

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:ELIM ALL IGNITION SOURCES. DIKE/CONTAIN SPILL
WITHINERT MAT'L. TRANSFER LIQ'S/ABSORBENT DIKING MAT'LIN COVERED
METAL CONT'S FOR RECOVERY/DISPOSAL. USEONLY NON-SPARKING TOOLS.
PREVENT CONTAM OF SEWERS/ STREAMS/GROUNDWATER W/SPILLED MAT'L/USED
ABSORBENT

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:DO NOT STORE ABOVE 95F. STORE LARGE
QUANTITIES IN COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA 29CFR1910.106.
Other Precautions:DO NOT BREATHE SANDING DUST OR REUSE EMPTY CONT. DO
NOT TAKE INTERN. CONT'ER S/BGROUNDED AND BONDED TO THE RECEIVING
CONTAINER. DO NOT WELD/BRAZE OR CUT CONT'R.NEVER USE PRESSURE TO
EMPTY. DRUM IS NOT A PRESSURE VESSEL. CLOSE AFTER EA USE.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:WELL VENTILATED AREA-USE NIOSH MECHANICAL FILTER
RESPIRATOR. RESTRICTED VENTIL- USE A NIOSH (COMBINATION CHEM
CARTRIDGE/MECHAN FILTER) RESP. IN CONFINED AREAS USE NIOSH
APPROVED AIR-SUPPLIED RESPIRAT OR. SEE OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134.
Ventilation:PROVIDE DILUT/LOCAL EXH VENT TO KEEP CONCENT OF HAZ INGRID
BELOW EXPOSURE LMT STD. REMOVE PROD GEN-WELD/CUT/BRAZ OBJECT
Protective Gloves:SOLVENT IMPERMEABLE GLOVES.
Eye Protection:WEAR SAFETY SPECTACLES.
Other Protective Equipment:NOT LIKELY TO BE NEEDED.
Work Hygienic Practices:WASH WITH SOAP AND WATER HANDS/FACE THROUGHLY
BEFORE EATING OR DRINKING.
Supplemental Safety and Health
KEY1=F3.

Chemical Properties

HCC:F2
Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:175F 281F
Vapor Density:>AIR
Evaporation Rate & Reference:SLOWER THAN ETHER.
Percent Volatiles by Volume:63

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
STRONG ACIDS OR ALKALINE MATERIALS.
Stability Condition to Avoid:AVOID EXCESSIVE HEAT AND SOURCES OF
IGNITION.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:BURNING, INCLUDING WHEN HEATED BY
WELDING OR CUTTING, WILL PRODUCE SMOKE, CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON
DIOXIDE.
Conditions to Avoid Polymerization:KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT, SPARKS AND
FLAME.

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:INCINERATE ONLY IN EPA PERMITTED FACILITY.
DISPOSEONLY IAW FED/STATE/LOCAL REGS. DO NOT INCINERATE CLOSED
CONTAINERS. OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS FOR DIS- POSAL OF FLAMMABLE
MAT'S. CONTAMINATED ABSORBENT MAY BE DISPOSED IN A HAZARDOUS
WASTE LANDFILL.

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