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SAFETY SOLVENT 140 MSDS

 

SECTION I

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION


PRODUCT NAME: SOLVENT 140
CAS NUMBER: 64742-88-7
GENERAL OR GENERIC ID: ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBON
DOT HAZARD CLASSIFICATION: COMBUSTIBLE

 

SECTION II

COMPONENTS


IF PRESENT, IARC, NTP AND OSHA CARCINOGENS AND CHEMICALS SUBJECT TO THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF SARA TITLE III SECTION 313 ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS SECTION.

SEE DEFINITION PAGE FOR CLARIFICATION

INGREDIENT PERCENT NOTE

ALIPHATIC PETROLEUM DISTILLATES 100

CAS #: 64742-88-7 PEL: 100 PPM TLV: 100 PPM

( 1): NIOSH RECOMMENDS A LIMIT OF 350 MG/CUM - 8 HOUR TIME WEIGHTED AVERAGE, 1800 MG/CUN AS DETERMINED BY A 15 MINUTE SAMPLE.

 

SECTION III

PHYSICAL DATA


PROPERTY REFINEMENT MEASUREMENT

VAPOR PRESSURE FOR PRODUCT 0.50 MMHG @ 68.00 DEG F ( 20.00 DEG C)

SPECIFIC VAPOR DENSITY AIR = 1 5.48

SPECIFIC GRAVITY .790 @ 60.00 DEG F ( 15.55 DEG C)

PERCENT VOLATILES 100.00%

EVAPORATION RATE (ETHER = 1) 151.00

 

SECTION IV

FIRE AND EXPLOSION INFORMATION


FLASH POINT 142.0 DEG F ( 61.1 DEG C)

EXPLOSIVE LIMIT (PRODUCT) LOWER - 1.0% UPPER - 7.0%

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: REGULAR FOAM OR CARBON DIOXIDE OR DRY CHEMICAL

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: MAY FORM:, CARBON DIOXIDE AND CARBON MONOXIDE, VARIOUS HYDROCARBONS, ETC.

FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES: WEAR A SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS WITH A FULL FACEPIECE OPERATED IN THE POSITIVE PRESSURE DEMAND MODE WITH APPROPRIATE TURN-OUT GEAR AND CHEMICAL RESISTANT PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. REFER TO THE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SECTION OF THIS MSDS. SPECIAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: NEVER USE WELDING OR CUTTING TORCH ON OR NEAR DRUM (EVEN EMPTY) BECAUSE PRODUCT (EVEN JUST RESIDUE) CAN IGNITE EXPLOSIVELY.

ALL FIVE GALLON PAILS AND LARGER METAL CONTAINERS INCLUDING TANK CARS AND TANK TRUCKS SHOULD BE GROUNDED AND/OR BONDED WHEN MATERIAL IS TRANSFERRED.

VAPORS ARE HEAVIER THAN AIR AND MAY TRAVEL ALONG THE GROUND OR BE MOVED BY VENTILATION AND IGNITED BY HEAT, PILOT LIGHTS, OTHER FLAMES AND IGNITION SOURCES AT LOCATIONS DISTANT FROM MATERIAL HANDLING POINT.

NFPA CODES: HEALTH- 0 FLAMMABILITY- 2 REACTIVITY- 0

 

SECTION V

HEALTH HAZARD DATA


PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMIT: 100 PPM

THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE: 100 PPM

EFFECTS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE:

EYES - EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE MILD EYE IRRITATION. SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE STINGING, TEARING, AND REDNESS.

SKIN - EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE MILD SKIN IRRITATION. PROLONGED OR REPEATED EXPOSURE MAY DRY THE SKIN. SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE REDNESS, BURNING, DRYING AND CRACKING, AND SKIN BURNS. PRE-EXISTING SKIN DISORDERS MAY BE AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE TO THIS MATERIAL. SKIN ABSORPTION IS POSSIBLE, BUT HARMFUL EFFECTS ARE NOT EXPECTED FROM THIS ROUTE OF EXPOSURE UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS OF HANDLING AND USE.

BREATHING - EXPOSURE TO VAPOR OR MIST IS POSSIBLE. SHORT-TERM INHALATION TOXICITY IS LOW. BREATHING SMALL AMOUNTS DURING NORMAL HANDLING IS NOT LIKELY TO CAUSE HARMFUL EFFECTS; BREATHING LARGE AMOUNTS MAY BE HARMFUL. SYMPTOMS ARE MORE TYPICALLY SEEN AT AIR CONCENTRATIONS EXCEEDING THE RECOMMENDED EXPOSURE LIMITS. SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE MAY INCLUDE: -IRRITATION (NOSE, THROAT, RESPIRATORY TRACT)- PRE-EXISTING LUNG DISORDERS, E.G. ASTHMA-LIKE CONDITIONS, MAY BE AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE TO THIS MATERIAL. -CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION (DIZZINESS, DROWSINESS, WEAKNESS, FATIGUE, NAUSEA, HEADACHE, UNCONSCIOUSNESS) - SWALLOWING - SINGLE DOSE ORAL TOXICITY IS LOW. SWALLOWING SMALL AMOUNTS DURING NORMAL HANDLING IS NOT LIKELY TO CAUSE HARMFUL EFFECTS; SWALLOWING LARGE AMOUNTS MAY BE HARMFUL. SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE: -GASTROINTESTINAL IRRITATION (NAUSEA, VOMITING, DIARRHEA)- -CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION (DIZZINESS, DROWSINESS, WEAKNESS, FATIGUE, NAUSEA, HEADACHE, UNCONSCIOUSNESS)- THIS MATERIAL CAN ENTER THE LUNGS DURING SWALLOWING OR VOMITING AND CAUSE LUNG INFLAMMATION AND/OR DAMAGE.

FIRST AID:

IF ON SKIN: REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. WASH EXPOSED AREA WITH SOAP AND WATER. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION. LAUNDER CLOTHING BEFORE REUSE.

IF IN EYES: IF SYMPTOMS DEVELOP, MOVE INDIVIDUAL AWAY FROM EXPOSURE AND INTO FRESH AIR. FLUSH EYES GENTLY WITH WATER WHILE HOLDING EYELIDS APART. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST OR THERE IS ANY VISUAL DIFFICULTY, SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION.

IF SWALLOWED: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. THIS MATERIAL IS AN ASPIRATION HAZARD. IF INDIVIDUAL IS DROWSY OR UNCONSCIOUS, PLACE ON LEFT SIDE WITH THE HEAD DOWN. SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION. IF POSSIBLE, DO NOT LEAVE INDIVIDUAL UNATTENDED.

IF BREATHED: IF SYMPTOMS DEVELOP, IMMEDIATELY MOVE INDIVIDUAL AWAY FROM EXPOSURE AND INTO FRESH AIR. SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION; KEEP PERSON WARM AND QUIET. IF PERSON IS NOT BREATHING, BEGIN ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, ADMINISTER OXYGEN.

PRIMARY ROUTE(S) OF ENTRY:

INHALATION, SKIN CONTACT, SKIN ABSORPTION, EYE CONTACT EFFECTS OF CHRONIC OVEREXPOSURE:

EXPOSURE TO THIS MATERIAL (OR A COMPONENT) HAS BEEN FOUND TO CAUSE KIDNEY DAMAGE IN MALE RATS. THE MECHANISM BY WHICH THIS TOXICITY OCCURS IS SPECIFIC TO THE MALE RAT AND THE KIDNEY EFFECTS ARE NOT EXPECTED TO OCCUR IN HUMANS.

BASED ON THE AVAILABLE INFORMATION, THIS MATERIAL CANNOT BE CLASSIFIED WITH REGARD TO CARCINOGENICITY.

THIS MATERIAL IS NOT LISTED AS A CARCINOGEN BY IARC, NTP OR OSHA.

 

SECTION VI

REACTIVITY DATA


HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:CANNOT OCCUR
STABILITY:STABLE
INCOMPATIBILITY:AVOID CONTACT WITH STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS

 

SECTION VII

SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES


STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED:

SMALL SPILL: ABSORB LIQUID ON VERMICULITE, FLOOR ABSORBENT OR OTHER ABSORBENT MATERIAL.

LARGE SPILL: ELIMINATE ALL IGNITION SOURCES (FLARES, FLAMES INCLUDING PILOT LIGHTS, ELECTRICAL SPARKS). PERSONS NOT WEARING PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE EXCLUDED FROM AREA OF SPILL UNTIL CLEAN-UP HAS BEEN COMPLETED. STOP SPILL AT SOURCE. PREVENT FROM ENTERING DRAINS, SEWERS, STREAMS OR OTHER BODIES OF WATER.PREVENT FROM SPREADING. IF RUNOFF OCCURS, NOTIFY AUTHORITIES AS REQUIRED. PUMP OR VACUUM TRANSFER SPILLED PRODUCT TO CLEAN CONTAINERS FOR RECOVERY. ABSORB UNRECOVERABLE PRODUCT.TRANSFER CONTAMINATED ABSORBENT, SOIL AND OTHER MATERIALS TO CONTAINERS FOR DISPOSAL.

PREVENT RUN-OFF TO SEWERS, STREAMS OR OTHER BODIES OF WATER. IF RUN-OFF OCCURS, NOTIFY PROPER AUTHORITIES AS REQUIRED, THAT A SPILL HAS OCCURED.

WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD:

SMALL SPILL: DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.

LARGE SPILL: DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.

 

SECTION VIII

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT TO BE USED


RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: IF WORKPLACE EXPOSURE LIMIT(S) OF PRODUCT OR ANY COMPONENT IS EXCEEDED (SEE SECTION II), A NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED AIR SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR IS ADVISED IN ABSENCE OF PROPER ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL. OSHA REGULATIONS ALSO PERMIT OTHER NIOSH/MSHA RESPIRATORS (NEGATIVE PRESSURE TYPE) UNDER SPECIFIED CONDITIONS (SEE YOUR INDUSTRIAL HYGIENIST). ENGINEERING OR ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED TO REDUCE EXPOSURE.

VENTILATION: PROVIDE SUFFICIENT MECHANICAL (GENERAL AND/OR LOCAL EXHAUST) VENTILATION TO MAINTAIN EXPOSURE BELOW TLV(S).

PROTECTIVE GLOVES: WEAR RESISTANT GLOVES (CONSULT YOUR SAFETY EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER).

EYE PROTECTION: CHEMICAL SPLASH GOGGLES IN COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA REGULATIONS ARE ADVISED; HOWEVER, OSHA REGULATIONS ALSO PERMIT OTHER TYPE SAFETY GLASSES. CONSULT YOUR SAFETY REPRESENTATIVE.

OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: TO PREVENT REPEATED OR PROLONGED SKIN CONTACT, WEAR IMPERVIOUS CLOTHING AND BOOTS.

 

SECTION IX

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS OR OTHER COMMENTS


CONTAINERS OF THIS MATERIAL MAY BE HAZARDOUS WHEN EMPTIED.SINCE EMPTIED CONTAINERS RETAIN PRODUCT RESIDUES (VAPOR, LIQUID, AND/OR SOLID), ALL HAZARD PRECAUTIONS GIVEN IN THE DATA SHEET MUST BE OBSERVED.

HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS ARE BASICALLY NON-CONDUCTORS OF ELECTRICITY AND CAN BECOME ELECTROSTATICALLY CHARGED DURING MIXING, FILTERING OR PUMPING AT HIGH FLOW RATES. IF THIS CHARGE REACHES A SUFFICIENTLY HIGH LEVEL, SPARKS CAN FORM THAT MAY IGNITE THE VAPORS OF FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS.

WARNING!!! SUDDEN RELEASE OF HOT ORGANIC CHEMICAL VAPORS OR MISTS FROM PROCESS EQUIPMENT OPERATING AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE, OR SUDDEN INGRESS OF AIR INTO VACUUM EQUIPMENT, MAY RESULT IN IGNITIONS WITHOUT THE PRESENCE OF OBVIOUS IGNITION SOURCES. PUBLISHED AUTOIGNITION OR IGNITION TEMPERATURE VALUES CANNOT BE TREATED AS SAFE OPERATING TEMPERATURES IN CHEMICAL PROCESSES WITHOUT ANALYSIS OF THE ACTUAL PROCESS CONDITIONS. ANY USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN ELEVATED TEMPERATURE PROCESSES SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY EVALUATED TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN SAFE OPERATING CONDITIONS.

 


ALL INFORMATION APPEARING HEREIN IS BASED UPON DATA OBTAINED FROM THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR RECOGNIZED TECHNICAL SOURCE. WHILE THE INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE, IRS MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS AS TO ITS ACCURACY OR SUFFICIENCY. CONDITIONS OF USE ARE BEYOND IRS CONTROL AND THEREFORE USERS ARE RESPONSIBLE TO VERIFY THIS DATA UNDER THEIR OWN OPERATING CONDITIONS TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE PRODUCT IS SUITABLE FOR THEIR PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND THEY ASSUME ALL RISKS OF THEIR USE, HANDLING, AND DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT, OR FROM THE PUBLICATION OR USE OF, OR RELIANCE UPON, INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN.
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