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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

IXL Anti-Friction Metal Conditioner)

IXL has been registered with the US Department of Commerce as registered tradenames and/or trademarks.

Section 1 PRODUCT & COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


Product Name: .......................... IXL (Anti -friction metal conditioner)
Product Use: ......................... Reducing friction between surfaces
Chemical Name & Synonyns: ...N/A
Chemical Family: ...................... Non-hazardous, nontoxic, chemical blend.
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Manufacturer: ......................... Ambassador Manuacturing, Inc., 6514 N. 85 Place, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 USA
For information: ......................(602) 948 -9209 (7 am 4pm Mon -Fri MST)
In An Emergency: .....................(602) 948-9209 (7 am 4pm Mon-Fri MST)

Section 2 COMPOSITION INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


A. Components... A complete ingredient list is confidential, and may be obtained by furnishing a writen non-disclosure agreement.

SECTION 3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


Emergency Overview : ...................................Avoid skin and eye contact, do not ingest
Primary Routes of Contact: ..........................Skin and eyes
Health Hazard:
Acute Exposure:
Vapor inhalation: ...................In tightly closed areas may cause some discomfort
Eye: .......................................Liquid contact may cause some temporary redness and stinging
Skin: ....................................Contact for a short time should not cause difficulty. Sustained contact moderate
redness
Ingestion: ............................Small amounts not expected to cause problems.
Chronic Effects:
Vapor inhalation: .................Not expected to cause difficulty under normal conditions
Eye: .....................................High concentration liquid contact may produce redness and irritation
Skin: ...................................Heavy repeated contact may cause a progressive dermatitis
Ingestion: ............................Repeated amounts unlikely due to warning properties
Carcinogenlcity Listings: ..............................NTP, IARC, OSHA, and ACGIH, all none
Signs & Symptoms of Overexposure: ..........None Known in normal individuals
Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: None Known in normal individuals

Section 4 FIRST AID PROCEDURES


Eye: ............................................. Flush with water as necessary, at least 15 minutes
Skin: ............................................ Flush with water as necessary
Ingestion: .................................... If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, seek medical attention
Inhalation: ................................... Due to low odor production of product, and use methods, inhalation not considered a potential
problem

Section 5 FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

Flash Point: ....................... ........... >450 F (232 C) C.O.C


Auto Ignition: ................................ Not established
Flammable Limits: ........................ Not established
Explosion Limits: .......................... Not established
Extinguishing Media : .................... Foam, dry chemical, water spray
Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazard: Heating of non-vented container may cause explosion. Keep surrounding containers cool with
water spray.
Special Fire Fighting Precautions: Use water spray to cool adjacent area and containers.
Fire Fighting Equipment: .............. Fire fighters should wear NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus.

Section 6 ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


For Small Spills: .......................... Simply wipe up as you would a small oil spill, and dispose of the rag or paper towel properly
For Large Spills: ........................... Wear protective clothing, dike area, prevent from entering waterway, and pump from dike area
to reclaim
Container, absorb remaining material and shovel into disposable container.
Waste Disposal Method: .............. According to all local, state, and federal regulations

Section 7 HANDLING & STORAGE


Do not wear contaminated clothing. After use, wash hands prior to eating, drinking, or use of restrooms and when leaving work. Do
not store near open flame or heat source. Empty containers retail product residue and may be dangerous. Do not weld, cut, braze,
grind or expose to heat or flame.

Section 8 EXPOSURE CONTROL


Engineering Controls................... Adequate general ventilation according to generally accepted engineering practices
Personal Protection:
Ventilation: .......................... Adequate general ventilation. Avoid closed-loop ventilation systems
Respiratory: ........................ Not required under normal conditions and use
Eye Protection: ................... Goggles and face shield
Gloves: ............................... Impervious
Ingestion: ............................ Do not ingest
Other Protective Equipment: Long sleeve shirt and trousers, eye wash stations, safety shower @1995, Insitu Environmental
Chemical Co., 6514 N. 85 Place, Scottsdale, AZ 85250 Phone (602)948- 9209 Fax (602) 951-0715
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SECTION 9 PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


Appearance and Odor: ......... Yellow, oil like substance, Mild, non-descriptive odor
Specific Gravity: .................... (Water = 1) 50%/77F (25 C), 1.37
Solubility in Water: ................ Negligible
Viscosity: ............................... Unknown
Vapor Pressure: .................... Unknown
Vapor De nsity: ....................... (Air = 1) Unknown
Evaporation Rate: .................. (BA = 1) Unknown
Percent Volatile by Volume:... None
Boiling Point: ......................... Unknown

Freezing Point: ...................... <-60 F (-51 C)

Section 10 STABILITY & REACTIVITY


Stability: ................................ Stable
Conditions to Avoid: .............. Do not heat to evaporation. A possible release of hydrogen or carbon monoxide may occur.
Incompatibility: ...................... Strong oxidizi ng agents
Hazardous Decomposition: ... As with any organic material, combustion will produce carbon dioxide and/or carbon monoxide
Hazardous Polymerization: ... Will not occur

Section 11 TRANSPORTATION
DOT Labeling: ..................... Nonhazardous
Proper Shipping Name:......... Biodegradable friction reduction oil additive
Hazard Class:........................ Nonhazardous, ships as a nonhazardous material in interstate transportation under Class 65
Identification Number:........... None

Section 12 REGULATORY INFORMATION


OSHA Compliance: .............. MSDS prepared in accordance with 29CFR 1910.1200 to comply with the OSHA Hazard
Communication Standard
RCRA Characteristics: ......... (if discarded): Nonhazardous
SARA Title III Superfund: ..... This product in its purchased form is regulated under the hazard categories per the EPA Hazard
Categories
Under Sections 311 and 312 of the Superfund Amendment and the Reauthorization Act of 1986
(SARA Title III).
Releases to the environment in excess of the RQ require reporting to the National Response Center.
CERCLA, State & Local Planning (Reportable Quantities): Not reportable
State Right-To -Know Compliance:
California: ................... Not regulated
Massachusetts: .......... Not regulated
New Jersey: ............... Not hazardous components
Pennsylvania: ............. Not hazardous components

DATE OF PREPARATION
Prepared By: ........................ Raymond R.Wallage
Date: .................................... October 8, 1993
Revision: .............................. March 16, 1995

The information contained herein is furnished without warranty of any kind users should consider this data only as a supplement to other
information gathered by them, and must make independent determinations of suitability and completeness of information from all sources to assure
proper use and disposal of these materials and the safety of employees and customers. This MSDS is in compliance with OSHA Hazardous
Communications Standards, 29 CFR 1910.1200. Follow instructions on label, dilution, and technical sheets. Any use or method of application not in
conformance with this MSDS and product label,th dilution, and technical sheets becomes the total responsibility of the use@1995, Insitu
Environmental Chemical Co.,
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6514

N.

85

Place,

Scottsdale,

AZ

85250

Phone (602)948 -9209

Fax

(602)

951-0715