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MSDS 41116T

MSDS 41116T

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06/14/2009

 
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETSLIDE PRODUCTS, INC.430 S. WHEELING ROADWHEELING, IL 60090PRODUCT NAME: SLIDE ECONO-SPRAY-5 DRY FILM LUBE AEROSOLEMERGENCY TELEPHONE: 800-535-5053REVISION DATE: 9-1-06INFORMATION TELEPHONE: 847-541-7220PRODUCT NUMBER: 41116TFAX NUMBER: 847-541-7986D.U.N.S. NUMBER: 00-299-4168PREPARED BY: JIM ARMSTRONG
SECTION I. IDENTIFICATION
CHEMICAL NAME: LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT PTFE DISPERSIONCHEMICAL FAMILY: FLUOROCARBONFORMULA: 53123SYNONYMS: ECONO-SPRAY D.F.L.DOT HAZARD CLASSIFICATION: ORM-DDOT SHIPPING NAME: CONSUMER COMMODITYCHEMICAL ABSTRACT REGISTRY NUMBER: N/A, MIXTUREIDENTIFICATION NUMBER: NONEH.M.I.S. RATING: 2,1,0,B
SECTION II. PHYSICAL DATA
BOILING POINT: 103-104 DEGREES F.FREEZING POINT: < -90 DEGREES F.SPECIFIC GRAVITY: (H20 =1): 1.04WEIGHT PER GALLON @ 60 F.: 8.706VAPOR PRESSURE OF CONCENTRATE @70 F. (MM HG): 59SOLUBILITY IN WATER, % BY WT.: NILPERCENT VOLATILE BY WEIGHT: 99EVAPORATION RATE (MINUTES): 1.3APPEARANCE AND ODOR: MILKY WHITE DISPERSION - HALOGENTATED HC ODOR
SECTION III. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
MATERIAL:APPROX. WEIGHT %:CAS NUMBER:PEL(OSHA)TRICHLOROETHYLENE**82-9079-01-6100 PPMPROPANE10-1574-98-61000 PPMPTFE SOLIDS 1-479070-11-4N/A**CONTAINS NO OZONE DEPLETING CHEMICALS**ALL COMPONENTS OF THIS PRODUCT ARE LISTED ON THE TSCA DIRECTORY**SEE SECTIONS X AND XI FOR DETAILED CAUTIONS
SECTION IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR:LEL: N/AUEL: N/A(VOLUME %)FLASH POINT: NO FLASHSPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: CHLORINATED HYDROCARBON FORM HCI AND TRACES OFPHOSGENE UPON PYROLYSISUNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: AEROSOLS MAY RUPTURE VIOLENTLY AT TEMPERATURESABOVE 120’ F.
SECTION V. REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY: STABLEINCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): NONE KNOWNHAZARDOUS COMBUSTION BY-PRODUCTS: SEE SECTION IVHAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: WILL NOT OCCURCONDITIONS TO AVOID: TEMP. ABOVE 120’ F. – DIRECT SUNLIGHT
 
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETSLIDE PRODUCTS, INC.PAGE 241116T
SECTION VI. HEALTH HAZARD DATA
THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE: 100 PPM
*EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE
*INGESTION (SWALLOWING): N/AINHALATION: GIDDINESS, NAUSEA, POSSIBLE NARCOSISSKIN CONTACT: DEFATTING OF SKINEYE CONTACT: TEMPORARY IRRITATION
*EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
*SKIN: WASH WITH SOAP AND WATER, APPLY HAND CREAMINHALATION: REMOVE TO FRESH-AIR LOCATION AWAY FROM EXPOSUREEYES: RINSE WITH PLENTY COOL CLEAN WATER UNTIL IRRITATION SUBSIDES
SECTION VII. SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED: REMOVE LEAKING CONTAINER TOOUTSIDE DISPOSAL SITE.WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: EMPTY FULLY, INCLUDING GAS PRESSURE. DO NOT PUNCTURE ORINCINERATE. CAN MAY BE RECYCLED OR ALTERNATIVELY REMOVED TO A SANITARY LANDFILL.CHECK APPLICABLE REGULATIONS.
SECTION VIII. SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: (SPECIFY TYPE): NOT NEEDED WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATIONVENTILATION: ADEQUATE VENTILATION RECOMMENDEDPROTECTIVE GLOVES: RECOMMENDED BUT NOT REQUIREDEYE PROTECTION: PROPER EYE CARE IS NEEDED IN ALL INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONSOTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: AS REQUIRED BY YOUR COMPANY
SECTION IX. SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING: STORE INDOORS AWAY FROM HEATSOURCES OR DIRECT SUNLIGHT-DO NOT PUNCTURE OR INCINERATE-DO NOT DROP!!OTHER PRECAUTIONS: AVOID OVER-SPRAYING ONTO FLOORS OR SLIPPERY SURFACE MAYRESULT.
SECTION X. EFFECTS OF PROLONGED EXPOSURE
TRICHLORETHYLENE: PROLONGED EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE SKIN IRRITATION. MAY BE ABSORBEDTHROUGH SKIN TO SOME DEGREE. EXCESSIVE INHALATION CAUSES IRRITATION TO UPPERRESPIRATORY TRACT AND MAY INCREASE SENSITIVITY TO EPINEPHRINE, AND INCREASEDMYOCARDIAL IRRITABILITY (IRREGULAR HEART BEATS). MINIMAL ANESTHETIC EFFECTS ATLEVELS OF 200-400 PPM. DIZZINESS AT HIGHER LEVELS: AT 1000-2000 PPM UNCONSCIOUSNESS ANDDEATH. CONCENTRATIONS OVER 6000 PPM ARE IMMEDIATELY HAZARDOUS TO LIFE. LC50 FORRATS IS 12,500 PPM FOR 4 HOURS. ALCOHOL WILL ENHANCE ADVERSE EFFECTS. EXCESSIVEEXPOSURE MAY CAUSE LIVER OR KIDNEY EFFECTS; LOWER CONCENTRATIONS ABOVE ACCEPTEDGUIDELINES MAY CAUSE CENTRAL OR PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS.
SECTION XI. CARCINOGENIC HAZARD
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A CHEMICAL KNOWN TO THE STATE OFCALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER.PROLONGED EXPOSURE ABOVE THE OSHA PERMISSIBLE LIMITS MAY RESULT IN LIVER ANDKIDNEY DAMAGE. TRICHLOROETHYLENE HAS BEEN EXTENSIVELY STUDIED FOR CHRONICEFFECTS IN ANIMALS. WHILE THERE ARE STUDIES IN WHICH TUMORS WERE INDUCED IN MICE,THERE IS NO DOCUMENTED EVIDENCE THAT EXPOSURE TO TRICHOLORETHYLENE PRODUCESCANCER IN HUMANS. TRICHLOROETHYLENE IS LISTED IN GROUP 2A BY IARC BUT IS NOT LISTEDBY NTP OR OSHA.

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