MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
May be used to comply with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200 Standard must be Consulted for specific requirements
EFFECTIVE DATE: 01/15/2003
DATE REVISED: 08/06/2003
PRODUCT I.D. NO. : 9355
L.A. Ca 90023
24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE (800) 255-3924
INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTOR: PURE ONE ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.
644 N, Poplar Street Orange,
PHONE: (714) 935-9297
FAX: (949) 586-7610
24 HR. NO. (949) 586-7610
This material Safety Data Sheet contains environmental, health and toxicology information for your employees. Please make sure this information is given to them. It also contains information to help you meet community Right to Know emergency response reporting requirements under SARA TITLE III and many other laws. If you resell this product, this MSDS must be given to the buyer or the information incorporated in your MSDS.
SECTION I - PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION (As Used on Label and List) PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: WEATHER GUARD, POLYSHIELD D.O.T. PROPER SHIPPING CLASSIFICATION: ORM-D CONSUMER COMMODITY NFPA CODES: HEALTH- 3 FLAMMABILITY-4 CORROSIVE-0 REACTIVITY - 0
SECTION II - COMPONENTS
XYLENE * PEL:
100 ppm CAS #: 1330-20-7 TLV: 100 ppm POLY (BUTADIENE-CO-STRYRENE) PEL: Not Established CAS #: 9003-55-8 TLV: Not Established ALIPHATIC HYDROVARBON * PEL: 500 ppm CAS #: 110-54-3 TLV: 50 ppm HYDROCARBON PROPELLANT PEL: 800 ppm CAS #: 68476-86-8 TVL: 800 ppm
" * " If present, IARL, NTP and OSHA carcinogens and chemical subject to this reporting requirements of SARA TITLE III, SECTION 313 are identified in this section.
SECTION III - PHYSICAL DATA
BOILING POINT FOR PRODUCT:
VAPOR PRESSURE FOR PRODUCT:
VAPOR DENSITY FOR PRODUCT:
Heavier than air
Liquid - 0.84 V.O.C. (Grams per liter): Not determined
SECTION IV- FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
FLASH POINT (TOC):
LEVEL 3 EXPLOSIVE LIMIT (PRODUCT): LOWER - 1.0 UPPER - 6.0 SEC 04.5
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:
This product releases Flammable Vapors at well below ambient temperatures and readily forms flammable mixtures with air exposed to an ignition source. It will burn in the open or be explosive in confined spaces. Its vapors are heavier than air and may travel long distances to a point of ignition, and then flash back. Alkane/chlorine gas mixtures have produced explosions.
Dry Chemical. CO2. Halogenated Extinguishing Agent. Stop Gas Flow.
SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES:
Gas fires should not be extinguished unless the gas flow can be stopped immediately. Allow the fire to burn it self out. If the source cannot be shut off immediately, all equipment and surfaces exposed to the fire should be cooled with water to prevent over-heating, flash-backs, or explosions. Control fire until gas supply can be shut off. Use proper protective equipment. Use fresh air respirator when exposure to hazardous concentrations of toxic gases is possible.
Use water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces and to protect personnel. Isolate "fuel" supply from fire. Use foam, dry chemical, or water spray to extinguish fire. Avoid spraying water directly into storage containers due to danger of boil over. This liquid is volatile and gives off invisible vapors. Either the liquid or vapor may settle in low areas or travel some distance along the ground or surface to ignition sources where they may ignite or explode.
SECTION - V- HEALTH HAZARD DATA
This material is an aspiration hazard and defats the skin. Breathing vapors of high concentrations may cause CNS depression.
Slightly irritating but does not injure eye tissue.
Low order of toxicity. Frequent or prolonged contact may irritate and cause dermatitis. Skin contact may aggravate an existing dermatitis conditions.
High vapor/aerosol concentrations (greater than approximately 100 ppm) are irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract, may cause headaches, dizziness, anesthesia, drowsiness, unconsciousness, and other central nervous system effects, including death.
Small amounts of this product aspirated into the respiratory system during ingestion or vomiting may cause mild to severe pulmonary injury, possibly minimal toxicity.
Flush eyes with large amounts of water until irritation subsides. If irritation persists, get medical attention. SKIN CONTACT: Flush with large amounts of water; use soap if available. Remove grossly contaminated clothing, including shoes, and launder before reuse.
Using proper respiratory protection, immediately remove the affected victim from exposure. Administer artificial respiration if breathing is stopped. Keep at rest. Call for prompt medical attention.
If swallowed, DO Not induce vomiting. Keep at rest. Get prompt medical attention.
Health studies have shown that many hydrocarbons pose potential human health risks which may vary from person to person. As a precaution, exposure to liquids, vapors, mists or fumes should be minimized. PERSONAL PROTECTION: For open systems where contact is likely, wear safety glasses with side shields, long sleeves, and chemical resistant gloves. Where concentrations in air may exceed the limits, work practice or other means of exposure reduction are not adequate, NIOSH/MSHA approved respirators may be necessary to prevent overexposure by inhalation.
The use of mechanical dilution ventilation is recommended whenever this product is used in a confined space, is heated above ambient temperatures, or is agitated. (Proposition 65): SEC05 State of California Safe Drinking water and Toxic enforcement act 1986. Warning: In accordance with the Prop. 65, this product contains a chemical (s) known to the stat of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm.
SECTION VI - REACTIVITY DATA 06.20
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Not applicable
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
MATERIALS AND CONDITIONS TO AVOID INCOMPATIBILITY: Strong oxidizing agents.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITON PRODUCTS: None
SECTION VII - SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES SEC07.45 STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE
CONTAINER IS PUCTUREED AND MATERIAL IS RELEASED:
Clean up area by mopping or with absorbent materials and place in closed container for disposal. Consult Federal, State, and local disposal authorities.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD:
Consult local authorities for proper waste disposal procedures. Empty de-pressurized containers can not be reused. Cans which are pressurized or contain liquid must be disposed of in a permitted waste management facility. Consult Federal, State, and local disposal authorities for approved procedures.
SECTION VIII - PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT TO BE USED SEC08.20 VENTILATION
Use adequate levels exhaust ventilation. Note: Where carbon monoxide may be generated, special ventilation may be required. Local exhaust recommended when appropriate to control employee exposure.
Based on contamination level and working limits of the respirator, use a respirator approved by MOPSJ/MSHA.
Face shield and goggles or chemical goggles should be worn.
Impervious gloves should be worn. Gloves contaminated with the product should be discarded. Polyfluorinated polyethylene has been suggested.
OTHER CLOTHING EQUIPMENT:
Standard work clothing. Standard work shoes; discard if shoes cannot be decontaminated. Store contaminated clothing in well ventilated cabinets or closed containers. Wash contaminated clothing and dry before reuse.
In situations where vapor concentrations exceed the recommended exposure limits, a NIOSH approved organic vapor cartridge or air-supplying respirator should be worn.
SECTION IX - SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS OR OTHER COMMENTS
SEC09.45 HANDLING STORAGE AND DECONTAMINATION PRODEDURES:
When utilizing pressurized containers follow standard safety practices for handling aerosols.
Do not store at temperatures above 120 degree F. Odor is not an adequate warning of potentially hazardous concentrations in air. Releases of these gases may cause a flammable atmosphere with explosion potential.
Please read and follow the directions on the product label. They are your best guide to using this product in the most effective way, and give the necessary safety precautions to protect your health.
The above information is based on the data of which we are aware and is believed to be correct as of the date hereof. Since the information contained herein may be applied under conditions beyond our control and with which we may be unfamiliar and since data made available subsequent to the date hereof may suggest modification of the information, we do not assume any responsibility for the results of its use. This information is furnished upon condition that the person receiving it shall make his own determination of the suitability of the material for his particular purpose.