CKXDX - 958 LOW RESIDUE SOLDERING FLUX

Product Identification

Product ID:958 LOW RESIDUE SOLDERING FLUX
MSDS Date:10/15/1996
FSC:NIIN:Submitter:N EN
Status Code:A
MSDS Number: CKXDX

Responsible Party
KESTER SOLDER DIVISION OF LITTON SYSTEMS, INC.
515 E. TOUHY AVENUE
DES PLAINES, IL 60018
US

Emergency Phone: (800) 424-9300

Info Phone: (847) 297-1600

Preparer: D. BEMIER

Cage: TO708

Contractor
KESTER SOLDER DIVISION OF LITTON SYSTEMS, INC.
DES PLAINES, IL 60018 US

Telephone: (847) 297-1600

Cage: TO708

Ingredients

2-PROPANOL

CAS: 67-63-0

RTECS: NT8050000

OSHA PEL 400 PPM


BUTYL ACETATE

CAS: 123-86-4

RTECS: AF7350000

OSHA PEL 150 PPM

EPA Report Quantity: 5000 LBS

DOT Report Quantity: 5000 LBS


CARBOXYLIC ACIDS

CAS: 68937-68-8

RTECS: NX5071000


SURFACTANTS. (NON-HAZARDOUS INGREDIENT)

CAS: 9014-93-1


WATER. (NON-HAZARDOUS INGREDIENT)

CAS: 7732-18-5

RTECS: ZC0110000

Hazards

LD50 LC50 Mixture:2-PROPANOL LD50 INGESTED 5.8 G/KG RABBIT
Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES Skin:YES Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO IARC:NO OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:EXPOSURE LIMITS: NOT DETERMINED FOR
THE PRODUCT. SEE (INGREDIENTS) SECTION FOR INGREDIENTS. PRIMARY
EXPOSURE DURING SOLDERING IS TO EVAPORATED ALCOHOL SOLVENT
CONTAINING A SMALL AMOUNT OF ORGANIC ACI DS. TARGET ORGANS: EYES,
SKIN, MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. EFFECTS OF ACUTE
(SEVERE SHORT-TERM) EXPOSURE: INHALATION: FUMES DURING SOLDERING
MAY IRRITATE MUCOUS MEMBRANES AND RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. HIGH
CONCENTRATIONS CAN CAUSE HEADACHE, DIZZINESS, NARCOSIS AND NAUSEA.
SKIN: LOCAL IRRITATION. SKIN ABSORPTION: NONE. EYE: IRRITATION FROM
CONTACT WITH LIQUID AND SMOKE FROM SOLDERING. INGES TION: (SIGNS &
SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE)
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:NOT LISTED
Effects of Overexposure:HEALTH HAZARDS ACUTE AND CHRONIC (CONT):
BURNING SENSATION IN THE DIGESTIVE TRACT. EFFECTS OF CHRONIC
(PROLONGED) EXPOSURE: PROLONGED OR REPEATED SKIN CONTACT CAN RESULT
IN A RASH. BREATHING VAPORS C AN RESULT IN HEADACHE AND IRRITATION
TO THE MUCOUS MEMBRANES. SMOKE DURING SOLDERING CAN CAUSE
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM IRRITATION AND DAMAGE. TERATOGENICITY /
MUTAGENICITY: N/P.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:CHEMICAL HYPERSENSITIVITY, ASTHMA
AND OTHER RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS. CONTINUED BREATHING OF HIGH
CONCENTRATIONS OF ALCOHOL VAPORS CAN AFFECT THE LIVER AND CENTRAL
NERVOUS SYSTEM.

First Aid

First Aid:SEEK MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FOR FURTHER TREATMENT, OBSERVATION
AND SUPPORT IF NEEDED. EYE CONTACT: FLUSH EYES WITH PLENTY OF
WATER AND GET MEDICAL ATTENTION. SKIN CONTACT: WASH THOROUGHLY WITH
SOAP AND W ATER. CONTACT A PHYSICAN. INHALATION: REMOVE VICTIM TO
FRESH AIR. INGESTION: INDUCE VOMITING AND GET PROMPT MEDICAL
ATTENTION.

Fire Fighting

Flash Point Method:TOC
Flash Point:=15.6C, 60.F
Autoignition Temp:=398.9C, 750.F
Lower Limits:2.0
Upper Limits:12.0
Extinguishing Media:CARBON DIOXIDE, ALCOHOL FOAM AND DRY CHEMICAL.
Fire Fighting Procedures:USE WATER SPRAY TO COOL FIRE EXPOSED
CONTAINERS AND CONTROL VAPORS. USE NIOSH APPROVED SCBA AND FULL
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT .
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:A MODERTE EXPLOSION HAZARD EXISTS WHEN
EXPOSED TO HEAT OR FLAMES. FLAMMABILITY: YES. CONDITION TO
AVOID: NOT ESTABLISHED. EXPLOSION SENSITIVITY: IMPACT: NONE
IDENTIFIES, STATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVI TY: YES. HAZARDOUS
COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: CARBON MONOXIDE, CARBON DIOXIDE, ALIPHATIC
ALDEHYDES AND ACIDS.

Accidental Release

Spill Release Procedures:REMOVE ALL IGNITION SOURCES. PROVIDE ADEQUATE
VENTILATION. ABSORBENTS, SUCH AS VERMICULTE, CAN BE USED TO SOAK UP
THE SPILLED LIQUID OR FLUSH AWAY WITH PLENTY OF WATER.

Handling

Handling and Storage Precautions:AVOID EYE AND SKIN CONTACT. AVOID
PROLONGED OR REPEATED SKIN CONTACT. AVOID BREATHING SMOKE / FUMES
GENERATED DURING SOLDERING. STORE AWAY FROM SOURCES OF IGNITION.
STORE AT TEMPERATURES ABOVE 32F (0 C). OPEN CONTAINERS CAUTIOUSLY
TO ALLOW VENTING OF ANY INTERNAL PRESSURE.

Exposure Controls

Respiratory Protection:WHEN VENTILATION IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO REMOVE
FUMES FROM THE BREATHING ZONE, A NIOSH APPROVED RESPIRATOR SHOULD
BE WORN.
Ventilation:PROVIDE ADEQ EXHAUST VENT (GENERAL AND/OR LOCAL) IF
NECESSARY TO MEET EXPOS REQ. LOCAL EXHAUST VENT IS PREFERRED TO
MINIMIZE DISPERSION OF FUMES INTO WORK AREAS
Protective Gloves:PLASTIC OR RUBBER GLOVES WHERE NECESSARY TO AVOID
SKIN CONTACT.
Eye Protection:ANSI APPROVED CHEMICAL SAFETY GOGGLES
Other Protective Equipment:IMPERMEABLE APRON WHEN SPLASHING IS LIKELY
TO OCCUR. EYEWASH AND DELUGE SHOWER MEETING ANSI DESIGN CRITERIA .
Work Hygienic Practices:WASH HANDS THOROUGHLY BEFORE EATING OR SMOKING.
Supplemental Safety and Health
PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL PROPERTIES (CONT): PHYSICAL STATE AT 20 C: LIQUID.
FREEZING POINT (760 MM HG): NOT ESTABLISHED - F, NOT ESTABLISHED -
C. MELTING POINT: NOT APPLICABLE - F, NOT APPLICABLE - C. O DOR
THRESHOLD: 200 PPM FOR 2-PROPANOL. COEFFICIENT OF WATER / OIL
DISTRIBUTION: NOT ESTABLISHED.

Chemical Properties

Boiling Pt:=82.2C, 180.F
B.P. Text:(760 MM HG)
Vapor Pres:33 MM HG @ 20C
Vapor Density:2.1, AIR=1
Spec Gravity:0.806 (WATER = 1 @ 25C)
VOC Pounds/Gallon:735
pH:3.1(5%SOLUTION)
Evaporation Rate & Reference:1.7, (BUTYL ACETATE = 1)
Solubility in Water:95% BY WEIGHT
Appearance and Odor:COLORLESS LIQUID WITH ALCOHOL ODOR.
Percent Volatiles by Volume:97%

Stability

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
STRONG OXIDIZING MATERIALS.
Stability Condition to Avoid:NOT ESTABLISHED.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:WHEN HEATED TO SOLDERING TEMPERATURES,
THE SOLENTS ARE EVAPORATED AND ORGANIC MATERIALS MAY BE THERMALLY
DEGRADED TO LIBERATE ALIPHATIC ALDEHYDES AN ACIDS.

Disposal

Waste Disposal Methods:ACCORDING TO LOCAL REGULATIONS, USUALLY BY
INCINERATION. EPA HAZARDOUS WASTE NUMBER IS D001. HAZARD CLASS IS
IGNITABLE WASTE. CAUTION: EMPTY CONTAINERS MAY CONTAIN PRODUCT
RESIDUE. OBSERVE ALL LABEL PRECAUTIONS.

Toxicology

Toxicological Information:2-PROPANOL: LD50 INJESTED G/KG- 5.8 RABBIT,
LC50 INHALED G/M3 - NE. BUTYL ACETATE: LD50 INJESTED G/KG - 13.1
RAT, LC50 INHALED G/M3- 2.0 RAT. CARBOXYLIC ACIDS: LD50 INJESTED
G/KG - NE, LC50 INHALED G/M3 - NE. SURFACTANTS: LD50 INJESTED
G/KG - NE, LC50 INHALED G/M3 - NE.

Other Information

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particular situation.

Transport

Transport Information:DOT: ISOPROANOL, UN 1219 FLAMMABLE LIQUID. TDG:
PACKAGING GROUP II, CLASS 3.2.

Regulatory

SARA Title III Information:THIS CHEMICAL IS SUBJECT TO THE REPORTING
REQUIREMENT OF SECTION 313 OF TITLE III OF THE U.S.A. SUPERFUND
AMENDMENT AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT (SARA) OF 1986 AND 40 CFR PART
372: (NONE INDICATED - ).
Federal Regulatory Information:WHMIS: CLASS B, DIVISION 2; CLASS D,
DIVISION 2, SUBDIVISION B.