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SKD-S2 Aerosol Solvent Developer used in NDT Penetrant Inspection MAGNAFLUX® a Div of ITW LTD FARADAY RD, SOUTH DORCAN IND EST, SWINDON, ENGLAND, SN3 5HE 01793 524566 (Office hours)





Extremely flammable. Aerosols are pressurised containers. Vapours can form explosive mixtures with air. Solvents are irritating to eyes.




EC No 200-662-2 200-661-7 203-448-7 200-857-2 200-827-9

CAS No 67-64-1 67-63-0 106-97-8 75-28-5 74-98-6

% W/W < 15 % < 40 % ..5 - 10 % 1-5% 10 - 30 %

SYMBOL F, Xi, F, Xi F+ F+ F+

R PHRASES * R11, R36, R66, R67 R11, R36, R67 R.12 R.12 R.12

Other Ingredients : < 10% Calcium Carbonate, Talc, Inert pigments.

Note : Risk phrases in this section apply only to raw materials, not necessarily to finished products. See section 15. *See Section 16 for risk phrase text


FIRST AID     Flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 10 minutes and seek medical attention. Flush with water, use soap if available. Contaminated clothing should be washed before re-use. Remove to fresh air. Keep at rest. Call for prompt medical attention. Do not induce vomiting. Seek prompt medical attention.




Page 1 of 5 SKD-S2 Aerosol

Ensure adequate ventilation when in use.SAFETY DATA SHEET 5. Foam. soot. INGREDIENT NAME ACETONE PROPAN-2-OL BUTANE ISOBUTANE CALCIUM CARBONATE TALC MRL = Manufacturers recommended limit STD WEL WEL WEL WEL WEL WEL WEL = Workplace exposure limit LT Exp (8 Hrs) 500 ppm (1210 mg/m3) 400 ppm (999 mg/m3) 600 ppm 800 ppm 4 mg/m3 RD 1 mg/m3 RD ST Exp (15 Min) 1500 ppm (3620 mg/m3) 500 ppm (1250 mg/m3) 750 ppm WORKPLACE EXPOSURE Page 2 of 5 SKD-S2 Aerosol . Keep away from sources of ignition. Avoid contact with the skin. Recommended storage temperature  10°C to 30°C. RD = Respirable dust. If possible keep unaffected containers cool with water spray. Self contained breathing apparatus and suitable protective clothing should be worn in fire fighting conditions. Store in a cool dry area away from heat and sources of ignition. EXTINGUISHING MEDIA SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS  PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT  6. Keep containers closed when not in use. HANDLING & STORAGE  Aerosol contents are highly flammable and volatile. Warn fire-fighters that aerosols are involved. Large spills should be pumped (Use explosion proof pump) into containers pending disposal. Do not breathe product spray or mist. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION Occupational exposure figures have been set for some of the components of this preparation based on EH-40 (latest revision) or manufacturers recommendation. Shut off “fuel” to fire. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES   Carbon dioxide. Keep containers out of direct sunlight. SPILL CLEAN UP METHODS  ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS   PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS 7. Protect aerosols from sunlight. Prevent liquid from entering drains sewers and watercourses. Aerosols may explode In a fire. Evacuate immediate area. Wear suitable protective clothing such as chemical resistant gloves. Aerosol contents are extremely flammable releasing smoke. Water fog or spray. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Eliminate sources of ignition. Contain spilled liquid with sand or earth. Mop up or absorb onto an inert absorbent. USAGE PRECAUTIONS STORAGE PRECAUTIONS  8. oxides of carbon on combustion. apron & goggles / face mask to protect from splashes. Notify the water authorities if a major spillage occurs. Dry chemical. Wear suitable protective equipment to avoid inhaling solvent vapours.

None. Wear goggles/face mask to protect eyes from splashes. engineering control and ventilation measures. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS  11. Eye protection Skin protection   9.SAFETY DATA SHEET Concentrations of product mists and sprays in the working atmosphere must be kept as low as is reasonably practicable. APPEARANCE : ODOUR : pH : BOILING POINT : MELTING POINT : FLASH POINT (PMCC) : FLAMMABILITY (Limits in Air) : AUTOFLAMMABILITY : EXPLOSIVE PROPERTIES : OXIDISING PROPERTIES : VAPOUR PRESSURE : VAPOUR DENSITY (Air = 1) : RELATIVE DENSITY : SOLUBILITY IN WATER : PARTITION COEFFICIENT : EVAPORATION RATE (BuAc = 100) : VISCOSITY (ASTM D-445) : N/A = Not Applicable N/D = Not Determined. personal protective equipment should be worn as indicated below where appropriate.88 g/ml 87 % N/D 250 < 10 cSt @ 25°C Properties relate to the bulk liquid only unless otherwise stated. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AEROSOL CONTAINING MOBILE WHITE LIQUID ALCOHOLIC NEUTRAL 75 °C N/A -40°C (Aerosol propellant) 2% TO 15% (VOL %) > 200°C N/A N/A 138 mm Hg @ 38°C > 1 0. although other types may be more suitable in other circumstances. None under normal conditions of storage and use. Wear chemical resistant overalls if skin contact is likely. Use chemical resistant gloves recommended by glove manufacturer as being suitable for Isopropyl alcohol. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Page 3 of 5 SKD-S2 Aerosol . Respiratory protection  Hand protection  Use a respirator with appropriate canister type filter cartridge if spraying in confined or unventilated area’s. Exposure should be minimised by the use of appropriate containment. STABILITY & REACTIVITY STABILITY HAZARDOUS POLYMERISATION MATERIALS & CONDITIONS TO AVOID    Stable under normal conditions of use and applications. soot. if hand exposure is unavoidable. Butyl and Nitrile are suitable. 10. Smoke. Strong oxidising agents. Where this is not possible. oxides of Carbon on combustion.

1 2. Product solvents have the potential to biodegrade. This product is highly volatile and will rapidly evaporate to the air if released into the environment. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Based on data for component materials. are anaesthetic and may have other central nervous system effects. 13. Product will have a de-fatting effect on the skin.C.A / I.T. Other provisions are the Waste Framework Directive (75/442/EEC).M. May produce irritation due to strong solvent action. The product is expected to have low toxicity to aquatic organisms. INGESTION EYE CONTACT   SKIN CONTACT  12.A. state or national legislation. These provisions allow transport of aerosols of less than 1 litre packed in cartons of less than 30 kg gross weight to be exempt from control providing that they are labelled in accordance with the requirements of these regulations to show that they are being transported as Limited Quantities. Aerosols not so packed and labelled must show the following. UN Number I. DISPOSAL Seek the advice of an approved waste disposal contractor for disposal in accordance with local. Empty aerosol cans fully before disposing.G Class I.O / I.SAFETY DATA SHEET INHALATION  Vapour concentrations above the recommended exposure levels are irritating to the eyes and respiratory tract. Ingestion may cause irritation of the mouth. throat and digestive tract. 14. the Hazardous Waste Directive (91/689/EEC).C. ADR & IMDG. Frequent or prolonged contact with the product may produce irritation and/or skin dryness and cracking.1 FLAMMABLE GAS 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION LABEL FOR SUPPLY Page 4 of 5 SKD-S2 Aerosol .A. Pressurised aerosol cans are not an acceptable waste.M. the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environment Act 1995. may cause headaches and dizziness. The product is predicted to have a low potential to bioaccumulate.O LABEL FOR ROAD CONVEYANCE 1950 2.D. TRANSPORT INFORMATION This product is packed in accordance with the Limited Quantity Provisions of CDGCPL2. Absorption of large amounts may cause systemic effects. The Special Waste Regulations 1996 apply to the disposal of this material.

(CHIP 3) and amendments. Revision Date : 04/04/2008 Rev : 06 Replaces Rev 05 (07/12/06) Revision Summary : SDS general update including revised transport and WEL information in compliance with the Chemical (Hazard Information & Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002. OTHER INFORMATION R Phrases in full R11 R12 R36 R66 R67 Highly flammable Extremely flammable Irritating to eyes Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness. Use only in well ventilated areas. Page 5 of 5 SKD-S2 Aerosol .SAFETY DATA SHEET Extremely Flammable Irritant RISK PHRASES R12 R36 R67 S2 S16 S23 S25 S26 S51 Extremely flammable Irritating to eyes. Do not breathe vapour/ spray.No smoking. In case of contact with eyes. REACH sec 2 & 3 layout changes. Avoid contact with eyes. Regulatory References        Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 Occupational Exposure Limits EH 40 Chemical (Hazard Information & Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002. Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness. Keep away from sources of ignition . Keep out of reach of children. (CHIP 3) EC Directive 91/155/EEC Dangerous Preparations Directive 1999/45/EC REACH Directive (EC) 1907/2006 16. rinse immediately with plenty of water And seek medical advice. SAFETY PHRASES Aerosol containers can be regarded as exempt from classification as an aspiration hazard under BAMA guidelines.

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