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PRODUCT PAGE SYNONYMS / FIND PAGE NO. ........................................................................................................................................ 8 AC -45-C .......................................................................................................................................................................... 16 ACETALDEHYDE ............................................................................................................................................................ 18 ACETIC ACID (glacial) .................................................................................................................................................... 21 ACETIC ANHYDRIDE ..................................................................................................................................................... 24 ACETONE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 28 ACETONE CAYANOHYDRIN ......................................................................................................................................... 29 ACETONITRILE............................................................................................................................................................... 33 ACRYLIC ACID................................................................................................................................................................ 35 ACRYLONITRILE ............................................................................................................................................................ 38 ADIPONITRILE ................................................................................................................................................................ 41 ALLYL ALCOHOL ............................................................................................................................................................ 43 ALLYL CHLORIDE .......................................................................................................................................................... 46 alpha-METHYLSTYRENE ............................................................................................................................................... 49 ALPHANOL -79 ............................................................................................................................................................... 52 AMINOETHYL ETHANOLAMINE .................................................................................................................................... 53 AMMONIA AQUEOUS .................................................................................................................................................... 55 iso-AMYL ACETATE........................................................................................................................................................ 57 n-AMYL ALCOHOL ......................................................................................................................................................... 60 ANILINE ........................................................................................................................................................................... 63 ARKOPAL N130/N 150 ................................................................................................................................................... 66 AROMASOL H ................................................................................................................................................................. 68 BABASSU OIL ................................................................................................................................................................. 69 BENZENE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 71 BRAKE FLUID ................................................................................................................................................................. 73 n-BUTYL ALCOHOL(Butanol) ......................................................................................................................................... 75 n-BUTYL ACETATE ........................................................................................................................................................ 78 n-BUTYL ACRYLATE ...................................................................................................................................................... 81 sec- BUTYL ALCOHOL ................................................................................................................................................... 84 BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE ........................................................................................................................................ 87 1,3-BUTYLENE GLYCOL ................................................................................................................................................ 88 n-BUTYL ETHER ............................................................................................................................................................. 90 BUTYL METHACRYLATE ............................................................................................................................................... 93 n-BUTYRALDEHYDE ...................................................................................................................................................... 96 n-BUTYRIC ACID ............................................................................................................................................................ 98 CALCIUM CHLORINE LIQUEUR .................................................................................................................................. 101 CAMPHOR OIL.............................................................................................................................................................. 102 CARADOLS ................................................................................................................................................................... 105 CARBOLIC OIL.............................................................................................................................................................. 106 CARBON DISULFIDE ................................................................................................................................................... 108 CARBON TETRACHLORIDE ........................................................................................................................................ 110 CARBOLIC OIL.............................................................................................................................................................. 112 CASHEW NUT OIL ........................................................................................................................................................ 114 CASTOR OIL ................................................................................................................................................................. 116 CAUSTIC SODA SOLUTION ........................................................................................................................................ 118 CERECLORS ................................................................................................................................................................ 120 CHINA CLAY SLURRY ................................................................................................................................................. 121 CHLOROBENZENE ...................................................................................................................................................... 123 CHLOROFORM ............................................................................................................................................................. 126 CHLOROPRENE ........................................................................................................................................................... 129 CHLOROSULFONIC ACID ........................................................................................................................................... 131 CHOLINE CHLORIDE ................................................................................................................................................... 134

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COCONUT OIL .............................................................................................................................................................. 136 COD LIVER OIL............................................................................................................................................................. 138 CORN OIL ..................................................................................................................................................................... 139 CORN STEEP LIQUOR ................................................................................................................................................ 141 COTTON SEED OIL ...................................................................................................................................................... 142 CRESYLIC ACID ........................................................................................................................................................... 144 CROTONALDEHYDE .................................................................................................................................................... 146 CRUDE/ PALM OILS ..................................................................................................................................................... 149 CUMENE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 150 CYCLOHEPTANE ......................................................................................................................................................... 153 CYCLOHEXANE............................................................................................................................................................ 155 CYCLOHEXANOL ......................................................................................................................................................... 158 CYCLOHEXANONE ...................................................................................................................................................... 160 CYCLOHEXYLAMINE ................................................................................................................................................... 163 1,1-DICHLOROETHANE ............................................................................................................................................... 166 1,3-DICHLOROPROPENE (DD Soil Fumigant) ............................................................................................................ 169 iso-DECALDEHYDE ...................................................................................................................................................... 172 DECALIN ....................................................................................................................................................................... 174 DECANE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 176 n-DECYL ALCOHOL ..................................................................................................................................................... 178 iso-DECYL ACRYLATE ................................................................................................................................................. 180 DIACETONE ALCOHOL ............................................................................................................................................... 182 o-DICHLOROBENZENE ............................................................................................................................................... 185 1-2 DICHLOROETHYLENE .......................................................................................................................................... 188 2,2-DICHLOROETHYL ETHER..................................................................................................................................... 189 DICHLOROMETHANE .................................................................................................................................................. 193 DICYCLOPENTADIENE ................................................................................................................................................ 195 DIETHANOLAMINE ....................................................................................................................................................... 198 DIETHYLAMINE ............................................................................................................................................................ 200 DIETHYLBENZENE....................................................................................................................................................... 203 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL ................................................................................................................................................ 206 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER ...................................................................................................................... 208 DIETHLENE GLYCOL ETHYL ETHER ......................................................................................................................... 210 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ........................................................................................................ 212 DIETHYLENE TRIAMINE .............................................................................................................................................. 214 DIETHYL ETHER .......................................................................................................................................................... 216 DIISOBUTYLENE .......................................................................................................................................................... 218 DIISOBUTYL KETONE ................................................................................................................................................. 220 DIISOBUTYL PHTHALATE ........................................................................................................................................... 223 DIISODECYL PHTHALATE........................................................................................................................................... 225 DIISONOYL PHTHALATE ............................................................................................................................................. 227 DIISOOCTYL PHTHALATE........................................................................................................................................... 229 DIISOPROPYLAMINE ................................................................................................................................................... 231 DIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION,40 % ............................................................................................................................ 234 DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE ........................................................................................................................................ 237 DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE .............................................................................................................................................. 240 DIMETHYLPHENOL ...................................................................................................................................................... 242 DIOCTYL PHTHALATE ................................................................................................................................................. 245 DIPENTENE .................................................................................................................................................................. 247 DIPHENYLMETHANE DIISOCYANATE(MDI) .............................................................................................................. 249 DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL ............................................................................................................................................. 252 DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ..................................................................................................... 253 DOBANIC ...................................................................................................................................................................... 254 DOBANOL 23 c12-c13 25 C12 -C15, 45 C14-C15 .................................................................................................... 255 DOBANOL 25-3 ............................................................................................................................................................. 257 DODECANOL ................................................................................................................................................................ 259 DODECYL BENZENE ................................................................................................................................................... 261

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Kim H Gon DOWANOL P MIX ......................................................................................................................................................... 263 DOWANOL TPM............................................................................................................................................................ 265 DOWFAX ....................................................................................................................................................................... 266 DOWFROTH.................................................................................................................................................................. 267 DUTREX ........................................................................................................................................................................ 268 EPICHLROHYDRIN ...................................................................................................................................................... 270 ETHYL ALCOHOL ......................................................................................................................................................... 274 m-ETHANOLAMINE ...................................................................................................................................................... 276 ETHYLENE GLYCOL ETHYL ETHER ACETATE ........................................................................................................ 279 ETHYL ACETATE.......................................................................................................................................................... 282 ETHYL ACRYLATE ....................................................................................................................................................... 285 ETHYLAMINE ................................................................................................................................................................ 288 ETHYL AMYL KETONE ................................................................................................................................................ 291 ETHYLBENZENE .......................................................................................................................................................... 293 ETHYLCYCLOHEXANE ................................................................................................................................................ 296 ETHYLENE CHLOROHYRIN ........................................................................................................................................ 297 ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN ........................................................................................................................................ 300 ETHYLENE DIAMINE .................................................................................................................................................... 302 ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE .............................................................................................................................................. 304 ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE ............................................................................................................................................ 306 ETHYLENE GLYCOL .................................................................................................................................................... 309 ETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER .......................................................................................................................... 311 ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER ACTATE ............................................................................................... 314 ETHYLENE GLYCOL ETHYL ETHER .......................................................................................................................... 316 ETHYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER ....................................................................................................................... 319 ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONO PHENYL ETHER ........................................................................................................... 322 ETHYLENEIMINE .......................................................................................................................................................... 323 2-ETHYL HEXANOL ...................................................................................................................................................... 326 2 ETHYL HEXYL ACETATE .......................................................................................................................................... 328 2-ETHYLHEXYL ACRYLATE ........................................................................................................................................ 329 2 ETHYL 3 PROPYL ACROLEIN .................................................................................................................................. 331 EUCALYPTUS OIL ........................................................................................................................................................ 332 FISH OIL ........................................................................................................................................................................ 333 FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION (37~50%) .................................................................................................................... 335 FORMAMIDE ................................................................................................................................................................. 338 FORMIC ACID ............................................................................................................................................................... 339 FURFURAL.................................................................................................................................................................... 342 FURFURYL ALCOHOL ................................................................................................................................................. 345 FUSEL OIL .................................................................................................................................................................... 349 GAS OIL ........................................................................................................................................................................ 351 GENKLENE ................................................................................................................................................................... 353 GLYCERINE .................................................................................................................................................................. 354 GLYOXAL 40% SOLUTION .......................................................................................................................................... 357 GROUNDNUT OIL ........................................................................................................................................................ 358 HEPTANE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 360 1-HEPTANOL ................................................................................................................................................................ 362 HEPTENE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 363 HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE ............................................................................................................................................. 365 n-HEXANE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 368 HEXANOL...................................................................................................................................................................... 371 HEXYLENE GLYCOL .................................................................................................................................................... 374 HYDROCHLORIC ACID ................................................................................................................................................ 376 HYDROFLUORIC ACID ................................................................................................................................................ 379 2- HYDROXY ETHYL ACRYLAE .................................................................................................................................. 381 ISO AMYL ACETATE .................................................................................................................................................... 383 ISO BUTANOL............................................................................................................................................................... 385 HEPTENE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 387 ISO BUTYL ACRYLATE ................................................................................................................................................ 389

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Kim H Gon ISO BUTYL AMINE........................................................................................................................................................ 392 ISO BUTYRALDEHYDE ................................................................................................................................................ 394 ISO DECANOL .............................................................................................................................................................. 395 ISODECYL METHACRYLATE ...................................................................................................................................... 397 ISO DODECANE ........................................................................................................................................................... 398 iso-OCTYL ALCOHOL ................................................................................................................................................... 400 ISOPHORONE .............................................................................................................................................................. 402 ISOPAR M SOLVENT C,E,G,H,K,L,M .......................................................................................................................... 404 ISOPRENE .................................................................................................................................................................... 408 iso-PROPYL ALCOHOL ................................................................................................................................................ 411 ISOPROPENYL BENZENE ........................................................................................................................................... 415 ISO PROPYL ACETATE ............................................................................................................................................... 417 ISO PROPYL AMINE..................................................................................................................................................... 419 ISO PROPYL ETHER .................................................................................................................................................... 421 JET FUEL ...................................................................................................................................................................... 423 JET FUEL ADDITIVE..................................................................................................................................................... 425 KEROSENE ................................................................................................................................................................... 427 LARD OIL ...................................................................................................................................................................... 430 LATEX (NATURAL ) ...................................................................................................................................................... 432 LATEX (SYNTHETIC) ................................................................................................................................................... 434 LAURIC ACID ................................................................................................................................................................ 436 LEMON OIL ................................................................................................................................................................... 437 LINEVOLS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 438 LINSEED OIL................................................................................................................................................................. 439 LISSAPOLS ................................................................................................................................................................... 441 MESITYL OXIDE ........................................................................................................................................................... 442 META CRESOL ............................................................................................................................................................. 445 META PARA CRESOL .................................................................................................................................................. 448 META XYLENE.............................................................................................................................................................. 450 METHYL ALCOHOL ...................................................................................................................................................... 451 METHYL ACETATE....................................................................................................................................................... 454 METHYL ACRYLATE .................................................................................................................................................... 457 METHYLAMYL ACETATE ............................................................................................................................................. 460 METHYLAMYL ALCOHOL ............................................................................................................................................ 462 METHYL ETHYL KEYONE ........................................................................................................................................... 465 2-METHYL-5-ETHYL PYRIDINE ................................................................................................................................... 469 METHYL ISO AMYL KETONE ...................................................................................................................................... 472 METHYL ISO BUTYL KETONE .................................................................................................................................... 474 METHYL METHACRYLATE MONOMER ..................................................................................................................... 477 MOLASSES ................................................................................................................................................................... 480 MONO METHYL ETHANOLAMINE .............................................................................................................................. 482 MORPHOLINE............................................................................................................................................................... 483 iso-AMYL ACETATE...................................................................................................................................................... 486 NAPHTHA: stoddard solvent ......................................................................................................................................... 489 NAPHTHA , SOLVENT .................................................................................................................................................. 491 NAPTHENIC ACIDS ...................................................................................................................................................... 493 NIAX POLYOL ............................................................................................................................................................... 497 NITRIC ACID (56~68%) ................................................................................................................................................ 499 NITROBENZENE........................................................................................................................................................... 502 NITROETHANE ............................................................................................................................................................. 506 1-NITROPROPANE ....................................................................................................................................................... 507 2-NITROPROPANE ....................................................................................................................................................... 510 NONANE ....................................................................................................................................................................... 513 “NONIDET” NP40 .......................................................................................................................................................... 516 NONYL ALCOHOL ........................................................................................................................................................ 517 NONYL PHENOL........................................................................................................................................................... 519 PENTANE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 521 n-PROPYL ACETATE ................................................................................................................................................... 524

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Kim H Gon NYLON 6:6 SALT .......................................................................................................................................................... 527 iso-OCTYL ALCOHOL ................................................................................................................................................... 528 OCTENE ........................................................................................................................................................................ 530 OLEFFINS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 532 OLIVER OIL ................................................................................................................................................................... 536 ORANGE OIL OF TURPENTINE .................................................................................................................................. 538 ORTHO CRESOL .......................................................................................................................................................... 540 OLEIC ACID .................................................................................................................................................................. 542 ORTHO NITROCHLOROBENZENE ............................................................................................................................. 543 ORTHONITROTOLUENE ............................................................................................................................................. 546 ORTHO-XYLENE .......................................................................................................................................................... 548 PALM KERNEL OIL ....................................................................................................................................................... 550 (PARA) CHLOROTOLUENE ......................................................................................................................................... 552 CRESOLS...................................................................................................................................................................... 555 p-CYMENE .................................................................................................................................................................... 559 PARAFFIN WAX ............................................................................................................................................................ 561 PARALDEHYDE ............................................................................................................................................................ 563 para-XYLENE ................................................................................................................................................................ 566 PENTACHLOROETHANE............................................................................................................................................. 569 iso-PENTANE ................................................................................................................................................................ 573 1-PENTENE................................................................................................................................................................... 575 PERRILLA OIL............................................................................................................................................................... 579 PHENOL ........................................................................................................................................................................ 584 PHOSPHORIC ACID ..................................................................................................................................................... 588 PINE OIL ........................................................................................................................................................................ 590 POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL .......................................................................................................................................... 592 POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL ....................................................................................................................................... 594 POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE (SOLUTION) ..................................................................................................................... 596 n-PROPYL ALCOHOL ................................................................................................................................................... 598 PROPIONALDEHYDE ................................................................................................................................................... 601 PORPIONIC ACID ......................................................................................................................................................... 604 PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE ............................................................................................................................................ 607 PROPYLAMINE ............................................................................................................................................................. 610 PROPYLENE DICHLORIDE ......................................................................................................................................... 614 PROPYLENE GLYCOL ................................................................................................................................................. 615 PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ......................................................................................................... 617 PROPYLENE OXIDE..................................................................................................................................................... 619 PROPYLENE TETRAMER ............................................................................................................................................ 622 PROPYLENE TRIMER .................................................................................................................................................. 624 PYRIDINE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 626 RAPE SEED OIL ........................................................................................................................................................... 629 RESIN PLASTICIZER.................................................................................................................................................... 631 SANDALWOOD OIL (EastIndian) ................................................................................................................................. 633 SESAME OIL ................................................................................................................................................................. 634 SHELLFLEX - VARIOUS GRADES(Duflex) .................................................................................................................. 636 SOFTANOL ................................................................................................................................................................... 640 SOLVESS 100/150 ........................................................................................................................................................ 642 SORBITOL ..................................................................................................................................................................... 644 SOYBEAN OIL............................................................................................................................................................... 646 SPERM ,WHALE OIL .................................................................................................................................................... 648 STYRENE MONOMER ................................................................................................................................................. 650 SULFURIC ACID ........................................................................................................................................................... 653 SULPHURIC ACID (FUMING )...................................................................................................................................... 656 SAFFLOWER OIL.......................................................................................................................................................... 658 SUNFLOWER SEED OIL .............................................................................................................................................. 660 SYNPERONICS............................................................................................................................................................. 662 TALL OIL ....................................................................................................................................................................... 664 TALLOW ........................................................................................................................................................................ 666

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Kim H Gon TAR ACID ...................................................................................................................................................................... 668 TEE FROTH .................................................................................................................................................................. 670 TEEPOL ......................................................................................................................................................................... 671 1,1,2,2-TETRACHLOROETHANE ................................................................................................................................ 672 TETRACHLOROETHYLENE ........................................................................................................................................ 675 TETRAETHYLENE GLYCOL ........................................................................................................................................ 678 TETRAHYDROFURAN ................................................................................................................................................. 680 TETRAHYDRONAPHTHALENE ................................................................................................................................... 683 TETRAPROPYLENE BENZENE ................................................................................................................................... 686 TOLUENE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 687 TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE (T.D.I)............................................................................................................................... 690 TRIBUTUL PHOSPHATE .............................................................................................................................................. 693 1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHANE.......................................................................................................................................... 694 1,1,2-TRICHLOROETHANE.......................................................................................................................................... 697 TRICHLOROETHYLENE .............................................................................................................................................. 699 TRIDECANOL................................................................................................................................................................ 702 TRIETHANOLAMINE .................................................................................................................................................... 704 TRIETHYLAMINE .......................................................................................................................................................... 706 TRIETHYLBENZENE .................................................................................................................................................... 709 TRIETHYLENE GLYCOL .............................................................................................................................................. 711 TRIETHYLENE TETRAMINE ........................................................................................................................................ 713 TRICRESTYL PHOSPHATE ......................................................................................................................................... 716 TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE .............................................................................................................................................. 719 TUNG OIL ...................................................................................................................................................................... 721 TURPENTINE ................................................................................................................................................................ 723 UNDECANE................................................................................................................................................................... 726 UREA/ AMMONIA SOLUTION ...................................................................................................................................... 728 UREA-AMMONIUM NITRATE SOLUTION(more than 2% free ammonia) ................................................................... 730 UREA/ FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION ......................................................................................................................... 732 n-VALERALDEHYDE .................................................................................................................................................... 734 “VEOVA” 10 ................................................................................................................................................................... 738 VERSATIC 911 .............................................................................................................................................................. 740 VINYL ACETATE MONOMER ...................................................................................................................................... 741 VINYL ETHYL ETHER .................................................................................................................................................. 744 VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE .............................................................................................................................................. 747 VORANOL ..................................................................................................................................................................... 750 WHITE SPIRIT............................................................................................................................................................... 752 XYLENE ( MIXED ISOMERS) ....................................................................................................................................... 754

APPENDIX-1 SPECIAL CARGO HANDLING MANUAL .......................................................................................... 756 ACRYLIC ACID (ESTER GRADE) ........................................................................................................................ 756 ACRYLONITRILE .................................................................................................................................................. 763 PROPYLENE OXIDE ............................................................................................................................................. 766 CAPROLACTAM ( PURE ) .................................................................................................................................... 775 FORMIC ACID ....................................................................................................................................................... 783 HEXAMETHYLENE DIAMINE SOLUTION............................................................................................................ 788 ISOCYANATES (MDI, PAPI, TDI) ......................................................................................................................... 794 NATURAL LATEX .................................................................................................................................................. 808

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Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon PHOSPHORIC ACID (75~85%/WET) ................................................................................................................... 813 SULFURIC ACID ................................................................................................................................................... 819 TALL OIL (CRUDE) ............................................................................................................................................... 823 APPENDIX-2 Wall Wash & Berth Information ........................................................................................................ 828 WALL WASH SPECS: ........................................................................................................................................... 828 ARGO WALLWASH SPECS.................................................................................................................................. 829 CARGO WALLWASH SPECS CONT.................................................................................................................... 830 ARCO CARGO WALLWASH SPECS**................................................................................................................. 831 HOECHST CELANESE CARGO WALLWASH SPECS ........................................................................................ 832 HISTORICAL PRE-WASH INFORMATION........................................................................................................... 834 BERTH INFORMATION IN HOUSTON AREAS ................................................................................................... 835 APPENDIX 3 TANK PREPARATION TO WALL WASH SPECIFICATION.............................................................. 837 GENERAL GUIDELINE ......................................................................................................................................... 837 METHANOL TESTING PROCEDURES- METHANOL TEST KIT ........................................................................ 838 WALL WASH PROCEDURE ................................................................................................................................. 839 TESTING FOR HYDROCARBONS ....................................................................................................................... 839 TESTING FOR CHLORIDES ................................................................................................................................. 840 PERMANGANATE TIME TEST ............................................................................................................................. 840 SUGGESTIONS ..................................................................................................................................................... 841 METHANOL SPECIFICATIONS BY LOAD PORT AND SUPPLIER .................................................................... 841 METHANOL WALL WASH SPECIFICATION........................................................................................................ 841 SITRA (BARAIN) METHANOL .............................................................................................................................. 842 KITMAT B.C METHANOL ...................................................................................................................................... 843 VANCOUVER BC METHANOL ............................................................................................................................. 844 CAPE HORN METHANOL..................................................................................................................................... 844 LABUAN METHANOL............................................................................................................................................ 845 NEW PLYMOUTH METHANOL (FLETCHER CHALANGE/PETRALGAS) .......................................................... 845 POINT LISAS (TRINIDAD) METHANOL ............................................................................................................... 846 Guidance when preparing the tank for an Ultra violet spectrum Test ................................................... 846 Guidance When preparing the tank for a Nonvolatile Matter test ........................................................... 847 MECHANICAL DAMAGE FROM TANK CLEANING MACHINES ......................................................................... 847 LINE CLEANING GUIDELINES ............................................................................................................................. 848 NON-DESTRUCTIVE PRESSURE TESTING OF HEATING COILS.................................................................... 850 CLEANING , HANDLING AND STORAGE OF CARGO HOSES ......................................................................... 851

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A A.A A.C A.C.H AC45C A.D.N A.M.STYRENE A.N ACETALDEHYDE ACETIC ACID ACETIC ACID ISOBUTYL ESTER ACETIC ALDEHYDE ACETIC ANHYDRIDE ACETIC ETHER ACETIC OXIDE ACETONE ACETONE CYANOHYDRIN ACETONITRILE ACETYL OXIDE ACETYLENE DICHLORIDE ACETYLENE TETRACHLORIDE ACETYLENE TRICHLORIDE ACROLEIC ACID ACRYLIC ACID ACRYLIC ACID ETHYL ESTER ACRYLIC ACID METHYL ESTER ACRYLIC RESIN MONOMER ACRYLONITRILE ADIPONITRILE ADRONOL A-HYDROXYISOBUTYRONITRILE ALCOHOL C7 ALCOHOL C8 ALCOHOL C9 ALCOHOL C10 ALDEHYDE ALDEHYDE COLLIDENE ALDEHYDINE ALKANE ALKYLBENZENE ALKYL PHENOL POLYGLYCOL ETHER ALIZARIN OIL ALYL ALCOHOL ALLYL CHLORIDE ALPHA METHYL STYRENE ALPHA N AMYLENE ALPHA OCTENE ALPHA OLEFINS ALPHANOL 79 AMINO CYCLOHEXANE AMINOBENZENE AMINO ETHANE AMINOETHANOLAMINE 1 AMINOPROPANE 2 AMINOPROPANE 44 47 30 17 42 50 39 19 22 394 19 25 288 25 28 30 33 25 192 686 714 36 36 291 467 487 39 42 162 30 369 539 518 182 19 479 479 267 267 67 119 44 47 50 588 541 553 53 167 64 297 64 623 427 AMMONIA AQUEOUS AMMONIA HYDRATES AMMONIA HYDROXIDE AMYL ACETATE AMYL ACETIC ESTER AMYLACETIC ESTER AMYL ALCOHOL AMYL ADEHYDE AMYL HIDRIDE ANILINE ANILINE OIL AQUA FORTIS ARACHIS OIL ARKOPAL N130#n150 AROMASOL H ARTIFICIAL ANT OIL AZACYCLOPROPANE AZIRIDENE B BABASSU OIL BANANA OIL BBP BENE OIL BENZAPHENOL BEZENE BENZOL BETA METHYL PROPYLETHANOATE BETA-N-AMYLENE B-HYDROXYPROPIONTRILE B-METHYL ACROLEIN B-TRICHLOROETHANE BISOFLEX 88 BOILED LINSEED OIL BRAZILIAN PALM OIL BUTALDEHYDE BUTANAL BUTANOL 2 BUTANOL BUTAN-2-OL 1-3 BUTANEDIOL BUTANOIC ACID 2 BUTANONE 2 BUTENAL 2 BUTOXYETHANOL BUTYL ACETATE BUTYL ACRYLATE 2 BUTYL ALCOHOL BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE BUTYL CARBINOL BUTYL CELLOSOLVE BUTYL DIOXITAL BUTYL ETHANOATE 56 56 56 58 496 58 61 749 532 64 64 510 365 67 69 349 330 330

70 390 89 647 597 72 72 394 588 306 149 712 234 448 70 98 98 77 86 86 90 100 475 149 318 80 83 86 89 213 318 213 80

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon BUTYL ETHER BUTYL METHACRYLATE BUTYL METHACRYLATE MONOMER 1-3-BUTYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL OXITOL BUTYRALDEHYDE BUTYRIC ACID BUTYRIC ALCOHOL BUTYRIC ALDEHYDE BRAKE FLUID C CAJEPUTOL CALCIUM CHLORIDE LIQUOR CAMPHOR OIL CARADATE 30 CARADOL CARBITOL SOLVENT CARBOLIC ACID CARBOLIC OIL CARBON BISULPHIDE CARBON DICHLORIDE CARBON DISULPHIDE CARBON TETRACHLORIDE CARDANOL CARDURA E CASHEW NUT OIL CASTOR OIL CASTOR OIL SULPHORATED CAUSIC POTACH LIQUOR CAUSTIC POTASH SOLUTION CAUSTIC SODA SOLUTION CERECLORS CELLOSOLVE ACETATE CELLOSOLVE SOLVENT CHINA CLAY SLURRY CHINA WOOD OIL CHINESE BEAN OIL CHLORINATED HYDROCHLORIC ETHER CHLOROBENZENE CHLOROBENZOL 2-CHLOROBUTADIENE 2-CHLOROETHANOL 2- CHLOROETHYL ALCOHOL CHLOROFORM CHLOROETHYLIDENE DICHLORIDE 4-CHLORO-1-METHYLBENZENE CHLOROMETHYL OXIRANE CHLOROPRENE 3-CHLOROPROPENE CHLOROPROPYLENE OXIDE CHLOROSULPHONIC ACID CHLOROSULPHURIC ACID CHLOROTHENE CHOLINE CHLORIDE CINENE CINEOL CINNAMENE 92 95 95 90 318 98 100 77 98 75 CINANOL CIS-9-OCTADECENOIC ACID CITRUS FRUIT OILS COCONUT BUTTER COCONUT OIL COCONUT PALM OIL COD LIVER OIL COLAMINE COLZA OIL CORN OIL CORN STEEP LIQUOR COTTON OIL STEARIN COTTON SEED OIL CPO 4 CRESOL CRESYLIC ACID CROTONALDEHYDE CROTONIC ALDEHYDE CSO CTC CUMENE CUMOL 2 CYANOETHANOL CYANOMETHANE CYCLOHEPTANE CYCLOHEXANE CYCLOHEXANOL CYCLOHEXANONE CYCLOHEXYL ALCOHOL CYCLOHEXYLAMINE CYCLOTETRAMETHYLENE OXIDE D D.A.A. D.B.A D.B.P D.C.P.D D.D.B D.D.SOIL FUMIGANT D.D.S.F DEANOL DECAHYDRONAPTALENE DECALDEHYDE DECANE DECANOL DECALIN DECYLACRYLATE DECYLACOHOL DECYLHYDRIDE D.E.G D.E.H.P DETERGENT ALKYLATE DIACETONE DIACETONE ALCOHOL 2,2 DIAMINO DIETHYLENE 1,2 DIAMINO ETHANE 1,2 DIAMINOETHYLAMINOETHANE 1,2 DIBROMETHANE

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon DIBUTYL MALEATE DIBUTYL PHTHALATE DICHLORBUTADIENE DICHLORETHER DICHLOTOBENZENE 1,1 DICHLOROETHANE 1,2 DICHLOROETHANE 1,1 DICHLOROETHYLENE 1,2 DICHLOROETHYLENE DICHLORO ETHYL ETHER DICHLROROMETHANE 1,2, DICHLOROMETHANE DICYCLOPENTADIENE D.I.D.P DIETHANOLAMINE DIETHYLAMINE DIETHYL BENZENE DIETHYLENE GLYCOL 189 192 132 194 189 170 313 763 192 194 197 626 200 230 203 205 208 211 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER 213 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOETHYL ETHER 215 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER 217 DIETHYLENE TRIAMINE 219 DIETHYLENIMIDE OXIDE 493 DIETHYLETHER 221 DIETHYLHEXYL PHTHALATE 250 1,4 DIEYANOBUTANE 42 2,2 DIHYDROXISOPROPYL ETHER 257 DIGLYCOL 211 DIGOL 211 DIISOBUTENE 223 DIISOBUTYLENE 223 DIISOBUTYL KETONE 225 DIISOBUTYL PHTHALATE 238 DIISODECYL PHTHALATE 230 DIISONONYL PHTHALATE 232 DIISOOCTYL PHTHALATE 234 DIISOPROPYLAMINE 236 DIISOPROPYLETHER 429 DIMETHYLAMINE AQUEOUS SOLUTION 239 DIMETHYLAMINOETHANOL 242 DIETHYL BENZENE 779 1,2 DIMETHYLBENZENE 560 1,3 DIMETHYLBENZENE 459 1,4 DIMEHTYLBENZENE 579 1,3 DIMETHYLBUTANOL 472 DIMETHYLENIMINE 330 DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE 242 DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE 245 2,6 DIMETHYL-H-HEPTANONE 225 DIMETHYLKEYTONE DIMETHYLPHENOL DIMETHYL PHENOL (FRACTIONS) D.I.N.P DIOCTYL PHTHALATE D.I.O.P DIOXITOL DIPENTENE DIPHENYL METHANE DIISOCYANATE 28 248 248 232 250 234 215 252 254

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DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL 257 DIRPOPYLENE GLYCOL Monomethyl ether 259 DIPROPYLMETHANE 367 DISULPHURIC ACID 670 D-LIMONENE 549 D.M.A 239 D.M.F 245 D.M.K 28 DOBANE 267 DOBANIC 260 DOBANIC ACID 260 DOBANOL 23 261 DOBANOL 25 261 DOBANOL 25-3 263 DOBANOL 45 261 DODECANE 635 DODECANOIC ACID 444 DODECANOL 265 DODECYCLENE 635 DODECYL ALCOHOL 265 DODECYL BENZENE 267 D.O.P 250 DOWANOL DB 213 DOWANOL DE 215 DOWANOL DESG 215 DOWANOL DM 217 DOWANOL DPM 259 DOWANOL EB 318 DOWANOL EE 323 DOWANOL EM 326 DOWANOL PM 630 DOWANOL PMIX 269 DOWANOL TPM 271 DOWFAX 272 DOWFROTH 273 D.SORBITAL 657 D.SORBITLE 657 DUTCH OIL 313 DUTREX 274 E E.A.K E.C.H E.D.B E.D.C 2 E.H.A E.P.I EPICHLOROHYDRIN 1,2 EPOXYPROPANE ETHANAL 1,2 ETHANEDIAMINE ETHANEDIOL ETHANENITRILE ETHANOIC ACID ETHANOIC ANHYDRIDE ETHANOL ETHANOLAMINE ETHINYL TRICHLORIDE

297 276 310 313 336 276 276 632 363 308 316 33 22 25 279 282 714

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon ETHOXOL ETHOXOL ACETATE EHTYL ACETATE ETHOXY ACETATE ETHYL ACETIC ACID ETHYL ACRYLATE ETHYL ALCOHOL ETHYL AMINE ETHYL AMYL KETONE ETHYL BEZENE ETHYL BENZOL EHTYL CARBINOL 258ETHYL CYCLOHEXANE EHTYL DIGLYCOL ETHYL DOGOL ETHYLENE ALCOHOL ETHYLENE CHLORIDE ETHYLENE CHLOROHYDRIN ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN ETHYLENE DIAMINE ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE 2,2, THYLENE DIOXYDIETHANOL ETHYLENEIMINE ETHYLENE GLYCOL
ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER ETHYLENE Glycol Monoethyl Ether Acetate ETHYLENE Glycol Monobutyl ether acetate ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOETHYL ETHER ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOPHENYL ETHER

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EHTYLENE TETRACHLORIDE ETHYLENE TRICHLORIDE ETHYL ESTER ETHYL ETHANOATE ETHYL GLYCOL 2, ETHYL HEXANOL 2, ETHYL HEXYL ACETATE 2, ETHYL HEXYL ACRYLATE 2, EHTYL HEXYL ALCOHOL ETHYLIDENE CHLORIDE ETHYL METHYL CARBINOL ETHYL METHYL KETONE EHTYLOLAMINE ETHYL OXIDE ETHYL OSYTOL 5, EHTYL 2 PICOLINE ETHYL PROPANOATE 2, EHTYL 2 PROPYL ACROLEIN ETHYL VINYL ETHER EUCALYPTUS OIL EUCAYPTOL E.V.E F FERMENTATION ALCOHOL FIR TREE OIL FISH OIL

FLAXSEED OIL FLUORHYDRIC ACID FORMALDEHYDE AQUEOUS SOLUTION FORMALIN FORMAMIDE FORMDIMEHTYLAMIDE FORMIC ACID FURAL FURALDEHYDE FURALE DURFURALDEHYDE FURFURYL ALCOHOL FURURAL 2, FURYL CARBINOL FUSEL OIL GAS OIL GENKLENE GINGELLY OIL GLACIAL ACETIC ACID GLYCERENE GLYCEROL GLYCOL GLYCOL ALCOHOL GLYCOL BIS (HYDROXYETHYL) ETHER GLYCOL CHLOROHYDRIN GLYCOL DIBROMIDE GLYCOL ALCOHOL GLYOXAL 40% SOLUTION G-METHYL STYRENE GRAIN ALCOHOL GRAIN OIL GROUND NUT OIL GURJON OIL H H.E.A HEAVY AROMATIC NAPHTHA HENDECANE HEPTAMEHTYLENE HEPTANE HEPTANOL HEPTAN-1-OL HEPTENE

388 499 741 157 367 369 369 370

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HEPTYL ALCOHOL 369 HEPTYLENE 370 HEXAHYDRONILINE 167 HEXAHYDROBENZENE 159 HEXAHYDROBENZOIC ACID 504 HEXAHYRIC ALCOHOL 657 HEXALIN 162 HEXAMETHYLENE 159 HEXAMETHYLEN DIAMMONIUM ADIPATE 538 HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE 372 HEXANE 375 HEXANEDIOL 1-2 381 HEXANOL 378 1- HEXANOL 378 HEXAN -1-OL 378

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon HEXANON HEXONE HEXYLENE GLYCOL HEXYL HYDRIDE H.M.I HUON -PINE OIL HYDRACRYLONITRILE HYDROGEN CARBOXYLIC ACID HYDROGEN CHLORIDE SOLUTION HYDROGEN NITRATE HYDROFLOURIC ACID 1-HYDROMETHYL PROPANE HYDROPHENOL 2-HYDROXY ETHYL ACRYLATE HYDROXYETHYL ETHYLENE DIAMINE 164 484 381 375 372 603 306 346 383 510 386 392 386 388 54 2 Hydroxy Ethyl Trimethyl Ammonium Hydroxide 137 I I.D.A INDIAWOOD OIL I.P.A I.P.E ISOACETOPHENONE ISOAMYL ACETATE ISO BUTANAL ISO BUTANOL ISO BUTYL ACRYLATE ISO BUTYL ALCOHOL ISO BUTYL ALDEHYDE ISO BUTYL AMINE ISO BUTYL METHYL KETONE ISOBUTYRALDEHYDE ISOBYL CARBINOL ISO DECANOL ISO DECYL ACRYLATE ISO DECYL ALCOHOL ISO DECYL METHACRYLATE ISO DODECANE ISO OCTANOL ISO OCTYL ALCOHOL ISOPAR ISOPRENE ISOPROPANOL ISOPROPENYL BEZENE 2 ISOPROPOXYPROPANE ISO PROPYL ACETATE ISO PROPYL ALCOHOL ISO PROPYLAMINE ISO PROPYL BENZENE ISO PROPYL CARBINOL ISO PROPYL ETHER ISO PROPYIDENE ACETONE ISO PROPYL TOLUENE ISO VALERONE ISO PHORONE J JET FUEL ADDITIVE JET FUEL (J.P) K KAOLIN SLURRY KEROSENE KEROSINE KETOHEXAMETHYLENE L LARD OIL LAREX LATEX (NATURAL) LATEX(SYNTHETIC) LAURIC ACID LAURYL ALCOHOL LEMON OIL LENNING SOLVENT N0.2 LENNING SOLVENT NO.13 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL DIESSEL OIL LOMONENE LIMONIS OIL LINSEED OIL LISSAPOL LIQUID CAMPHOR LIQUID RESIN LONNING SOLVENT NO.5 LUBADO –L LUBE ADDITIVES LUBE OILS LYE LYE SOLUTION LINEVOLS M MAIZE OIL M-CRESOL M-CRESYLIC ACID M.D.I M- DIBUTYL ETHER M.E.A M.E.C M.E.G M.E.K M.E.P MESITYL OXIDE META CRESOL META PARA CRESOL META XYLENE METYL ACETATE METHANAMIDE METHYL ACRYLATE METHANAL METHANE CARBOXYLIC METHANOIC ACID METHANOL METHYLACETIC ACID MEHTYL ALCOHOL METHYL ALDEHYDE METHYL AMYL ACETATE METHYL AMYL ALCOHOL

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon MEHTYL BENZENE 3-METHYL-1-3-BUTADIENE METHYL CARBINOL METHYL CELLOSOLVE MEHTYL CYANIDE MEHTYL ETHYL KETONE 2 METHYL 5 ETHYL PYRIDENE METHYL GLYCOL 5 METHYL -3-HEPTANONE 5 MEHTYL -2-HEXANONE MEHTYL ISO AMYL KETONE METHYL ISO BUTYL CARBINOL 701 416 217 326 33 475 479 628 297 481 482 472 METHYL ISO BUTYL CARBINOL ACETATE 470 METHYL ISOBUTENE KETONE 451 METHYL ISO BUTYL KETONE 484 1-METHYL-4-Isopropenyl-1-CYCLOHEXENE 549 METHYL METHACRYLATE MONOMER 487 MEHTYLOXIRANE 632 METHYL OXITOL 326 4 METHYL PENTAL-2-OL 472 4 METHYL 2 PENTANONE 484 4 METHYL 3-PENTENE-2-ONE 451 2 MEHTYL PHENOL 551 3 METHYL PHENOL 454 4 METHYL PHENOL 568 M-MEHTYL PHENOL 454 2 METHYL PROPANOL 401 2 MEHTYL -1-PROPANOL 392 2 METHYLPROPYL ACRYLATE 396 MEHTYL PROPYLBENZENE 571 L-METHOXY-2-PROPANOL 630 METHYLENE Bis-Phenylene Diisocayanate 254 MEHTYLENE CHLORIDE 197 METHYLENE DICHLRIDE 197 MEHTYLENE OXIDE 342 MEHTYLETHYLENE GLYCOL 628 METYL CHLOROFORM 709 M.I.A.K M.I.B.C M.I.B.K MIDDLE OILS NERAL THINNERS M.M.M MOLASSES MONOCHLOROBENZENE MONOETHANOLAMINE MONOETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOHYDROXY BEZENE MONOETHYL ETHANOLAMINE MONONITROBENZENE M.P CRESOL MORRHUAE MORRPHOLINE MURIATIC ACID N NAPTHA STANDARD SOLVENT N-AMYL ACETATE NAPTHA COAL TAR 482 472 484 108 768 487 490 126 297 316 597 492 513 457 141 493 383 499 496 502 NAPTHA PETROLEUM NAPHTHA SOLVENT NAPHTHENIC ACIDS NAPTHENIC OIL RESIDUE N.B.A N-BUTANOL N- BUTYLACETATE N-BUTYLAMINE N-BUTYL ACRYLATE N-BUTYL ALCOHOL N-BUTYL CARBINOL N-BUTYL ESTER N-BUTYL METHACRYLATE N-BMM N-HEPTANE N-HEPTANOL N-HEXANE N-NONYL ALCOHOL N-PARAFFIN N-PROPANOL N-PROPYL ACETATE N-PROPYLAMINE N-PROPYL ESTER NEOFLEX NIAX POLYOL NITRATION BENZENE NITRIC ACID NITROBENZENE NITROBENZOL NITROETHANE 2 NITROPANE NITROPROPANE 1-NITROPROPANE N,N, DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE NONANE NONANOL NONIDET NP40 NONIDET SB NONYL CARBINOL NONYL HYDRIDE NONYL PHENOL N.UNDECANE N.VALERALDEHYDE NYLON SALT NYLON -6-6-SALT O O-CRESYLIC ACID O-CRESYLOL OCTANOL OCTENE 1-OCTENE 2OCTENE OCTYL ACRYLATE OCTYL ALCOHOL OCTYL CARBINOL O.D.C.B. O-DICHLOROBENZOL

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon O-HYDROXYTOLUENE OIL OF NIRBANE OLEFFINS OLEIC ACID OLEINE OLEUM OLIVE OIL O.N.C.B. O.N.T O-NITROTOLUOL ORANGE OIL OF TURPENTINE ORTHO CHLORO NITROBENZENE ORTHO CRESOL ORTHO NITROCHLOROBENZENE ORTHO NITROTOLUENE ORTHO-METHYLNITROBENZENE ORTHO PHOSPHORIC ACID ORTHO XYLENE OXALADEHYDE OXYISOBUTYRIC NITRILE O-XYLOL OXYTOL OXYTOL ACETATE P PALM ACID TREATED PALM KERNEL OIL PALM LOTOX PALM OIL (CRUDE) PALM OLEIN PALM STEARINE PARACERALDEHYDE PARACHLOROTOLUENE PARAFFIN PARAFFIN WAX PARAFFINIC PARACRESOL PARADEHYDE PARANONYL PHENOL PARA XYLENE P.B.S.Y P.CRESYLIC ACID P-CYMENE PEANUT OIL PEAR OIL P.E.E.G P.E.G. PENTACHLOROETHANE PENTALIN PENTA METHYL HEPTANE PENTANAL PENTANE (MIXED ISOMERS) 1PENTENE PENTANOL 1PENTANOL ACETATE 2PENTENE PERCHLOROETHYLENE PERCHLOROMETHANE 538 513 543 553 558 670 547 555 558 558 549 555 551 555 558 558 600 560 363 30 560 323 285 PERILLA OIL PERKLONE PERSPIRIT PETROLEUM BENZENE PETROLEUM ETHER PETROLEUM SULPHONATES PETROLEUM THINNERS PHENOL PHENYLAMINE PHENYL CELLOSOLVE PHENYL CHLORIDE PHENYL ETHANE PHENYL ETHYLENE PHENYLIC ACID PHENYL METHANE 2 PHENYLOXYETHANOL 2 PHENYL PROPANE 2 PHENYL PROPENE PINE OIL PKO POLYSTER ETHYLENE GLYCOL POLYPROPYLENE GLYCOL POTASSIUM HYDRATE PHOSPHORIC ACID POLYETHLYLENE GLYCOL POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION POTATO OIL PPG PRIMARY AMYL ALCOHOL PROPANAL PROPANOIC ACID

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PROPANOIC ANHYDRIDE PROPANOL 1 PROPANOL 2 PRPANOL PROPANONE PROPENE DICHLORIDE PROPENE NITRILE PROPENE OXIDE PROPENOIC ACID PROPENOIC ACID NITRILE 2 PROPEN -1-OL PROPENYL ALCOHOL PRPION ALDEHYDE PROPIONIC ACID PROPIONIC ALDEHYDE PROPIONIC ANHYDRIDE PROPYLETHYLENE PROPYL ALCOHOL PROPYL ALDEHYDE PROPYLAMINE PROPYLAN PROPYLENE ALDEHYDE PROPYLENE CHLORIDE PROPYLENE DICHLORIDE PROPYLENE GLYCOL PROPYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER PROPYLENE Glycol Monoehtyl Ether

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon PROPYLENE OXIDE PROPYLENE TETRAMAR PROPYLENE TRIGLYCOL ETHER PROPYLENE TRIMER PROPYFORMIC ACID PROPYLIC ALDEHYDE P-XYLENE P-XYLOL PYRIDINE PYROSULPHURIC ACID R RAPE SEED OIL RAPE OIL RAW LINSEED OIL RBD PALM OIL RED OIL REFINED WAX RESIN PLASTICIZER RICIRUS OIL S SAFETY SOLVENT SAFFLOWER OIL SANDAL OIL SANDALWOOD OIL SANTAL OIL SANTAL WOOD OIL SANTICIZER 160 S.B.O SEC BUTYL ALCOHOL SEC HEXYL ACETATE SEED OIL SESAME OIL SEXTONE SHELL NEOFLEX SHELL FLEX SHELLSOL SODIUM HYDRATE SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION SOFTANOL SOLUABLE CASTER OIL SOLVENT ETHER BP SOLVESSO 100 SOLVESSO 150 SORBITOL SOYA BEAN OIL SOYBEAN OIL SPERM OIL SPIRIT OF TURPENTINE STYRENE MONOMER SUBRENE SUBST. OF TURPENTINE SULFURIC CHLOROHYDRIN SULPHURIC ACID FUMING SULPHURIC ETHER SUNFLOWER SEED OIL SUNFLOWER OIL SWEET OIL 632 635 107 637 100 614 579 579 639 670 642 642 448 152 558 574 644 119 SYM-METHYETHYLENE SYNPERONICS SULFURIC ACID T TALLOW TALL OIL TALLOL TAR ACID T.D.I T.E.A. TEEFROTH A TEEFROTH D TEEL OIL TEEPOL T.E.G TETRACHLOROETHANE TETRACHLOROETHYLENE TETRACHLOROMETHANE TETRAETHYLENE GLYCOL TETRAHYDROFURAN TETRAHYDRONAPTHALENE TETRAHYDRO -1-4-OXAZINE TETRALIN TETRAMETHYLENE CYANIDE TETRAMETHYLENE OXIDE TETRAPROPYLENE TETRAPROPYLENE BENZENE

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T.H.F TOLUENE TOLUENE DIISOCYANATE TOLUOL TORIA OIL 1-2-4 TRETYLBENZENE TRIBUTYL PHOSPHATE 1-1-1 TRICHLOETHANE 1-1-2 TRICHLOROETHANE TRICHLROETHYLENE TRICHLOROMETHANE TRICRESYL PHOSPHATE TRIDECANOL TRIDECYL ALCOHOL TRI (DIMETHYLPHENOL) PHOSPHATE TRIETHANOLAMINE TRIETHYLAMINE TRIETHYL BENZENE TRIETHYLENE TETRAMINE TRI (2 HYDROXYETHYLAMINE) T.R.I TRIMETHYLAMINE TRIMETHYL CYCLOHEXENONE 2-4-6 TRIMETHYL 1-3-5 TIOXANE TRIPROPYLENE TRIPROPYLENE Glycol Monomethyl Ether TRITOLYL PHOSPHATE TRIXYLENYL PHOSPHATE TRIXYLYL PHOSPHATE T.T.P TUNG OIL

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-Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation Procedure Copyright by Capt. Kim H Gon TURKEY RED OIL TRUPENTINE OIL TURPENTINE SUBST. TURPS OIL T.X.P U UNDECANE UNFINISHED NAPHTHA URAN UREA AMMONIA NITRATE SOLUTION UREA AMMONIA SOLUTION UREA FORMADEHYDE SOLUTION V VALERAL VALERALDEHYDE VALERIC ALDEHYDE V.A.M VARSOL V.C VEOVA 10 VERSATIC 9-II VINEGAR ACID VINEGAR NAPHTHA VINYL ACETATE MONOMER 119 738 768 738 734

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VINYL ACETATE MONOMER(INHIBITOR) VINYL BENZENE VINYL CYANIDE VINYL ETHYL ETHER VINYLIDENE CHLORIDE VINYL TRICHLORIDE VIRSIN VORANOL W WATER OF AMMONIA WHALE OIL WHITE SPIRIT WOOOD ALCOHOL WOOD OIL X X-METHYL STYRENE X MONO CHLORIPROPYLENE XYLENE XYLENOL XYLOL Y YELLOW SARSON OIL

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AC -45-C
Synonyms : IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Correction factor Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity : LUBAD L : N/A : N/A : Complex mixture : 1/a : 4.5% wt of super-basic calcium salt of alkyl salicylic acid in oil. : Dark brown viscous liquid, Smell of heavy mineral Oils. : 0.985/1.010 @ 20 C : : 20 ~30 C. : 40 C. : : : General neutral

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended

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: Bondstrand , Compoflex or ship’s lines. : No( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge : Blanket : Yes : Stainless steel, Polyurethane or Epoxy.

Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 160 C Draeger Tube No. Boiling Point : N/A Explosive Range : N/A Freeze Point : N/A Autoignition Point : N/A Operational Problems/Hazardous No serious hazardous, May require vent line desiccate for quality control. Forms emulsions with small amounts of water. Load via droplines for quality control. Personnel Protection; Boiler suit and rubber gloves. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating :A Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Dispose of residues to bunker tanks or shore reception facilities. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : N/A

Hot wash with chemical injection, Fresh water rinse or steam Educt and Mop NOTE : This is a persistent oil based cargo. Residues should be settled out in a slop tank and transferred to bunkers. (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) See index under” Lube Additives” for further information.

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6 :O : 36.Gon. Ethyl aldehyde : 1089 : AAD 3 : CH CHO : Colorless liquid. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Carriage Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 18/858쪽 . : 21C/ 70F : -121C/ 186F : 0. : Ambient : Ambient or below : Aldehyde : 755mmHg :C :C : 25. Version/01 ACETALDEHYDE Synonyms UN.00132/C..H. Average Expected Load temp Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Ethanal. Pungent suffocating odor.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.7846 Correction factor : 0.Kim.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : Acetic aldehyde. Aldehyde.0 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : Ambient Disch. fruity odor when diluted.

(F) Extinguishing Agents : -36(cc) : 4. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air. alcohol form. nitrogen or other gas mist be used. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus.000ppm for 1-2 hrs has been reported fatal. amines. rapid heartbeat. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Symptoms Burning of eyes. Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Acids anhydride. Vapor irritating.52 : Ship’s Lines or compoflex NOT Bondstrand.H. possible drowsiness with prolonged exposure. Air pressure may cause explosive peroxides to form. apply artificial respiration. Get medical advice or attention.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.A Electrical Group Version/01 : Complete : 1. Use hose streams at maximum range to cool exposed tanks. 11. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 3. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 19/858쪽 .0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charteres Reg.Gon.0 to 57% : 365 : Co2. Stainless steel : Flammable liquid :C General: Products irritating vapor when heated. Ketonnes. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. use water fog on large fires. nose and throat. if breathing stops.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15min. liquid causes skin and eye burns.3 : 100 : 100 General Suspected carcinogen. fight fire from a safe distance or from a protected location..Kim.100ppm for 2 hours is severely irritating to mucous membrane. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1. Special fire Procedures Avoid exposure to vapor. water fog. Reactivity : Dangerous reactions with oxidizing agents. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. halogens. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area.2 : 2. ) Purge Blanket Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. alcohols.1. : Yes (Ensure Certificate obtained and duration checked) : Yes : Yes : Polyurethane with restrictions. if pressure is used to unload tank. Skin or eye contact.dry chemical. Phenols and Anhydrous ammonia. headache.

negligible corrosion to mild steel. may dissolve rubber. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Cover spill with sodium bisulfate (NaHSO3) add small amount of water and mix. Wash water temperature (A) . Vapor Return System : Probable Tank Cleaning: Cold water rinse to remove residues. scoop up.. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. wear rubber gloves. Fresh Water rinse. Cargo : group 19 of compatibility Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. Wash site with soap solution. self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Educt and mop. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 20/858쪽 . may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. isolate hazard area and deny entry. If water pollution occurs. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Some are water reactive. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Operational Problems/hazards A very reactive compound which can form explosive oxides under air pressure. Compatibility: Material. Cleaning code 1. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. slowly polymerizes to paraldehyde. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite.Kim. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Gaseous at ambient temperature.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.Gon. Ventilate to gas and odor free. gloves and goggles. Version/01 Stability: Highly reactive. notify the appropriate authorities. however. Personnel Protection Chemical protective suit. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. can form explosive peroxides under air pressure. Can react vigorously with oxidizing materials. Stay upwind. secure ignition sources. Must be carried refrigerated or under pressure. explodes when mixed with iodine. Breathing apparatus available. POTENTIAL HAZARDS FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H.

Methane carboxylic. Stay away from ends of tanks. give oxygen.Gon.fog or alcohol-resistant foam.H. >80% 2789 : AAC 3 : CH COOH : Colorless liquid. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Glacial acetic acid. Version/01 FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Ensure lines absolutely dry . Highly corrosive.318 grades.Kim.05 : Organic acid. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.3 :D :D : 0. if this is impossible.316. ACETIC ACID (glacial) Synonyms UN. Large Fires: Water spray . Water spray may reduce vapor. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. : 6722101 Acetic Acid 5/a PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : 11.. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. if breathing is difficult.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Ethanoic acid.0) Handling Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. : 118C/ 245F : 17C/ 62F : 1. : Purge : Yes Blanket : Yes : Stainless steel only 321. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. give artificial respiration.07 Solidifies at 17 C Load via ship’s line .60 :O : 0. Acetic acidglacial. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. if not breathing. Vinegar acid : 10% ~80% 2790 Glacial. In case of contact with material . pungent vinegar like odor. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.92 : Complete : 2. withdraw from area and let fire burn.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 21/858쪽 . ) Tank Coating Draeger Tube No. For massive fire in cargo area. no flares. Wash skin with soap and water.

and add water if necessary for mixing.4 to 16% at 212F : 1050 2 : Co . before reuse Reactivity Stability: Can react vigorously with oxidizing materials. Cool exposed tank with water. Body shield and self-contained breathing apparatus should be available. scoop up slurry. Wash site with soda ash solution. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. including shoes. flush spills with large quantities of water. dry chemical. if possible. water fog. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2.0 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General : Vapor extremely Irritating. Reacts violently with potassium hydroxide caustic potash) and sodium hydroxide(Caustic soda). Exposure Procedure: Vapor-remove victim to fresh air. alcohol form. See also appendix 1. Short Exposure Tolerance : 40ppm for 5 minutes. apply artificial respiratory. Remarks: Below 62F the acid may freeze and expand enough to burst its container.exceptions to the chart. Vapor may explode if ignited an enclosed area : 110 : 5.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.316 and 318 stainless steels and aluminum are satisfactory construction Materials. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 22/858쪽 . Spill or Leak Procedure: Secure ignition source. liquid causes severe burns.Kim. Irritation of eyes and respiratory system. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. mix. Cargo : Group 4 of compatibility chart. Compatibility: Material.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 1.. Symptoms: Burning of skin in contact with liquid. face shield. Wash contaminated clothing. highly corrosive to metals when dilute. Cover spill soda ash or sodium bicarbonate. Skin or clothing contact can cause serious burns.3. Operational Problems /Hazards Keep away from adjacent heat where temperature above 35 C.H. if breathing is stops. Special fire Procedures: Use personal protective equipment when contact with liquid is likely. Get medical attention. Usually a spill into a navigable waterway would quickly dilute to a harmless concentration for humans. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. and protective clothing.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 20-35C : 20.35C Version/01 Average load temp : 35 C : Combustible liquid :D Ignited by heat and by some oxidizing agents.Gon. Skin or eye contact-remove contaminated clothing and gentle flush affected areas with water for 15 min. wear rubber gloves. Temp Carriage Disch .

Personnel Protection: Total protective suit and breathing apparatus required. Allow to cool.Thoroughly Steam tank and lines. Tank Cleaning : Wash with cold salt water for minimum of 3 hours to completely flush tank. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. POTENTIAL HAZARDS FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Small Fires: Dry chemical. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Stay upwind. Large Fires: Water spray . Container may explode violently in heat of fire. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 23/858쪽 . Wash water temperature (A) . Vapors very irritant and corrosive. Vapor Return System Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. line and pump. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Co2. : Yes Is quickly diluted to a point where it presents no danger. Secure accommodation and Recirculation air. Ventilate. Line should be cleared with Nitrogen. However. If water pollution occurs. to reduce acid value of product as quickly as possible 5 ft 40 minute drops minimum. Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. should be discharged on passage under regulation control conditions. Liquid causes severe burns and in highly corrosive. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Cleaning code 1. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Minimum personnel on deck during operations Use “Closed “ ullaging systems. Version/01 Corrosive properties intensify with progressive dilution therefore keep tanks and line free of water vapor.H. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled. On completion cold wash . CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. notify the appropriate authorities. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.Gon. however.Kim.fog or regular foam. water spray or regular foam. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water.. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Educt and mop. Some are water reactive. Cover spillage with large quantities of water. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.

Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature ACETIC ANHYDRIDE Synonyms UN.5 Handling : Use only ship’s lines which must be absolutely dry.0 :D :D : 0.) Purge : Yes Blanket : Yes Tank Coating : Stainless steel 316 Grade only. : 3. give artificial respiration. ethanoic anhydride : 1715 : ACA 3 2 : (CH CO) O : Colorless liquid. highly irritating odor.Gon. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. no flares. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 24/858쪽 . acetic oxide. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. May require desiccator. if not breathing.4 : 12% Appreciable.3 :O : 0. if breathing is difficult.. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. pungent. Stay away from ends of tanks. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. : 140C/ 284F : -73C/ -100F : 1.0) : Acetic acid anhydrine. Version/01 after fire is out. give oxygen. do not get water inside container.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Highly corrosive.08 : Acid anhydride : 4. Draeger Tube No : 6722101 Acetic acid 5/a PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. acetyl oxide. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor.H.Kim. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal. in case of contact with material. Do not use Bandstand Nitrogen (Subject to charteres Reg.

acids. Do not contaminate anhydride system with water.H. burning sensation in nose and throat. severe eye and skin burns. Symptoms: Coughing. if possible cover spill with soda ash or sodium bicarbonate. Liquid causes severe burns.Gon. apply artificial respiration. if breathing stops. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Dangerous with amines. soften many plastics. Ignited by heat.removes contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 minutes. Exposure Procedure: Vapor-remove victim to fresh air. Reacts violently with potassium hydroxide(caustic potash) and sodium hydroxide(caustic soda). Spill or Leak Procedure Wear full protective clothing.3. water fog or chemical. Cargo: Group 11 of compatibility chart.alcohol foam. Skin or eye contact. body shield and self contained apparatus should be available. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade..D Electrical Group : Combustible liquid :D General: React violently with water generating dangerous heat and press in confined spaces. Mix and add water if necessary to effect good mixing.14 :5 :5 General : Vapor extremely irritating.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 121(cc) : 2. Reactivity Can explode when mixed with water. Usually a spill into a navigable waterway would quick dilute to a point where it would present little PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Gives off acetic.Kim. : 0. warning properties are good because compound is highly irritating. styrene and aniline Stability: Reacts with to form acetic acid and produces considerable heat.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Secure ignition sources.7~ 10% : 734 : CO2.3. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 3. Short Exposure Tolerance: Less than 40 ppm for 5 minutes. use self contained respiratory protection and clothing. Get medical attention. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 25/858쪽 . Compatibility: Material: Highly corrosive to iron and steel when moist. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed space. Scoop up slurry and wash site with soda ash solution. Usually stored in aluminum or stainless steel tanks. Alkalis. Apply water cautiously. Special fire Procedures : Cool outside of tanks with water spray.

If you find the ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. isolate hazard area and deny entry stay upwind. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. remarks: Avoid getting water into acetic anhydride tanks. Operational Problems/Hazards Highly flammable from adjacent heat. Co Large Fires: Flood fire area with water from a distance do not get water inside container. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 26/858쪽 . Ventilate to gas free. 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible. Cleaning code 1. Tank Cleaning Wash with cold salt water for minimum of 3 hours to flush completely tank. but none of them ignites readily. On completion. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Flammable/poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hopper cars. Stay away from ends of tanks. Use water spray to reduce vapor. do not put water directed on leak. Highly corrosive both liquid and vapor cause severe burns.Kim. Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operation. however. Personnel Protection : Total protection suit with breathing apparatus must be worn. Liquid in eyes causes blindness. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. paper. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. Educt and mop. etc) violent reaction with water. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. oil.Gon. danger to humans. thoroughly steam tank and lines. Use Close loading method of ullaging. Version/01 POTENTIAL HAZARDS HEALTH HAZARDS May be fatal if inhaled swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Fully-encapsulating. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution.. line and pump. Minimum personnel on deck. spill area or inside container. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Wash water temperature (A) . May ignite other combustible materials (wood. lines and tank to be absolutely dry . See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances. Some are water reactive.H. Although water causes reaction Any spill should be flushed off with copious quantities of water to dilute product. FIRE Do not get water inside container. Blow with Nitrogen. keep out of low areas.

FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Version/01 Keep combustibles (wood. In case of contact with material. etc.H. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.) away from spilled material. do not apply water unless directed to do so cleanup only under supervision of an expert. if not breathing. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature. Dike for later disposal. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 27/858쪽 . give oxygen. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. paper. oil.Gon.Kim. give artificial respiration. Spills. if breathing is difficult.

: Ambient .Kim. Handling : Keep away from heat.Gon. : NO Can be discharged over-side outside territorial waters. Nitric Sulfuric Acids and Alkalis. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : -18 C Draeger Tube No. Inhibitor : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Ensure all grease free.. Accommodation doors closed. ) : Purge Blanket NO Tank Coating recommended : Zinc or Stainless steel. Loading via droplines preferred. Load over deck via droplines.H.Reg. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity : Dimethyl Ketone (DMK) Propanone : 1090 : N/A : CH3 COCH3 :4 : Ketone. Exceptionally in Polyurethane but causes coating to soften. Moderate irritant but vapor become unacceptable before high dangerous concentrations are encountered. Sharp Odor .Smell of nail varnish remover : 0. : Ambient : Ambient : 18 : Reacts with oxidizing agents. Must be vented for 24 hours prior to ballasting/reloading and last cargo has to be charterers acceptable. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Educt residues (ensure lines and pump drained to tank) Protective clothing. Version/01 ACETONE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Breathing apparatus on standby. Personnel Protection. On completion. Average Expected Load Temp. breathing apparatus and emergency party standby. Gas free/ blow to dryness. Fresh water rinse.particularly joints and portable valves.lines to be blown clear with Nitrogen. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 28/858쪽 . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.796 @ 15 C : 0.00111 /C. Educt and Mop PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Protective clothing . : CH229 Acetone 100/b Boiling Point : 56 /C Explosive Range : 2 % to 13% Freeze Point : -95 C Autoignition Point : 538 Operational Problems/Hazardous Highly volatile and inflammable. : Clear Colorless liquid.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Ensure thoroughly dry and grease free. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. gloves and goggles .) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Product will “find” any impurities and surveyors are very meticulous in inspection of tanks and lines.

do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethans or nitroethane. if not breathing . ACETONE CAYANOHYDRIN Synonyms UN. if breathing is difficult. it is necessary to consult the manufactures resistance list to ensure this method will not adversely affect the tank coating.6 Cargoes such as alcohol and Ketone do not require extensive machine washing and can be cleaned by positioning a tank cleaning machine close to the pump well and giving a short fresh water wash. Reference note. isolate hazard area and deny entry. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Small Spills : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Version/01 (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/Hydrocarbons After oils or fats . Container may explode in heat of fire. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Water spray may reduce vapor.water spray or alcohol -resistant foam. it is still necessary to flush the entire pump/line system with fresh water as much as possible to remove any remaining cargo form valves. 2-hydroxy-2-methylpropanenitile. sparks or flames. however. Wash water temperature (A) . Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. For coated tanks. 2-hydroxy-2methyl : 1541 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. give artificial respiration. Wash skin with soap and water. stay upwind.steam out thoroughly all lines and tanks. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away. withdraw from area and left fire burn. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. low points on line system. if this is impossible. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Stop leak if you can do it without risk. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.Gon. outdoors or in hazard.CO2. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. SPILL or LEAK: Shut off ignition sources. no flares. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Cleaning code 1. may be ignited by heat. give oxygen. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.H. For massive fire in cargo area. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. 2-methylacetonitrile.. When the coating can be affected. Stay away from ends of tanks. Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible. Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. Largest first Water spray fog or alcohol-resistant foam. In case of contact with material. Fire / Small first Dry chemical. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 29/858쪽 . drain cocks. Vapor explosion hazard in doors. propanenitirile.spray with toluene or neat chemical Hot wash . First Aid: Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. No Alpha-hydroxyisobutronitrile.Kim. Health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. smoking or flames in hazard area. Some are water reactive. etc. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. keep out of low area. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 30/858쪽 . bluenoses of lips and fingernails. nausea.. Apply water cautiously.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 165(cc) : 2.H. Symptoms: Headache. dizziness. almond color. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1.9 Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Skin or eye contact-remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.Kim.4 : Unavailable : Unavailable : " General : Vapor very poisonous by inhalation. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area.93 : Cyanohydrin : 0. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air. Liquid poisonous by absorption through the skin. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. ChrisCode Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Do not contaminated cargo with water. Wear full protective. water fog** Special fire Procedures : DO NOT USE SODA-acid extinguisher! cool exposed tanks with water.Gon.3 :O : 0. if breathing stops.25 to 11% : 1270 2 : CO .8 :A :A : 0.2. Dilution with water causes decomposition with information of hydrogen cyanide. Respiratory protection required for fire fighting personnel.alcohol foam. airtight clothing. apply artificial respiration. : *120C/ 248F : -19C/ -2F : 0.E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Give off flammable and poisonous cyanide gas when heated. Grade B poison.4 : Complete : 2.0) : ACY 3 2 : (CH ) C(OH)CN : colorless to straw colored liquid. keep victim at rest.

Must be kept slightly acidified. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. and protective clothing. Remarks:* Decomposes at the boiling point. Use Closed loading methods of ullaging. Do not flush spill where humans or animals may contact. Version/01 Reactivity : Dangerous with oxidizing agents and acids.Kim. POTENTIAL HAZARDS HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. 40 minute drops to flush tank. before reuse. Decomposes with alkalis and water to form Hydrogen Cyanide and Acetone. High toxic and flammable. Stability: When heated. lines and pump. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Compatibility: Material: Aluminum and stainless steel are satisfactory. Educt and mop.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Dilution with water causes decomposition with formation of hydrogen cyanide. Vapor highly toxic. however. See also appendix 1. Secure accommodation and recirculate air. Do not use Bondstrand. Highly reactive Pump/lines must be dry. Stolt Tanker cleaning code 1. Fresh water Rinse.H. Keep away from heat . decomposes to form cyanide gas. including shoes. Wash water temperature (A) . Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible. Tank Cleaning : Thoroughly wash cold salt water for minimum 3 hours. may be fatal if inhaled. Get prompt medical attention for liquid or vapor exposure.Temperature must not approach 120C. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Thereafter hot salt water with chemical (TC) injection. Cargo: Group O of compatibility chart. Wash away with copious water. 5 ft. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 31/858쪽 . rubber will swell.exception to the chart. restrict personnel on deck. Wash contaminated clothing. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. ** Avoid getting water into cargo tanks Operational Problems/Hazards Stabilized with sulfuric Acid. wear long rubber gloves.. ersonnel Protection : Total protection suit and breathing apparatus. Eliminate all sources of ignition personnel not equipped with respiratory protection. See medical Kit information Appendix B. Give off Cyanide Gas. Some are water reactive. Don’t use Soda Acid extinguished. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. self contained breathing apparatus. Ventilate.

keep out of low areas. Stay away from ends of tanks. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. isolate hazard area and deny entry. dry container and cover loosely. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Dry chemical. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available.H. water spray or regular foam. if not breathing. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. In case of contact with material.Gon. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Version/01 EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. give artificial respiration.control water for later disposal. give oxygen. Small Dry spills. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 32/858쪽 . Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. move containers from spill area. Dike fire. do not scatter the material. if breathing is difficult. Fully-encapsulating.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. Fight fire from maximum distance. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. FIRE Small Fires:. Stay upwind. With clean shovel place material into clean. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. keep victim under observation. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance.

cool exposed tanks with water spray.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 42 : 4.51 :D : III : 0. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective.Gon. Can be absorbed through skin and respiratory tract. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. alcohol foam. sparks.0) Handling : Cyanomethane. Any who must enter a contaminated atmosphere must be provided with respiratory protection.41 By ship’s lines only.Kim. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1. Version/01 ACETONITRILE Synonyms UN. dry chemical. Tank and lines must be dry Clear lines with Nitrogen.0% : 975 2 : CO .46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 33/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Electrical Group :D General: Reacts with steam and acids to produce toxic and flammable vapors.78 : Nitrile : 0. aromatic odor. Draeger Tube No. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.03 : Complete : 1. Ignited by heat.. : 81C/ 178F : -40c/ -40F : 0. or open flame.H. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable Liquid. Care must be taken not to expose fire fighters to the fumes of this material. : CH257 Hydrocyanic Acid 2/a.02 :O : 0. : Yes (Ensure certificate obtained and duration checked) : Purge : No Blanket : Possible Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating : Stainless Steel only Exceptionally in Zinc Restricted to tanks with suitable venting system. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.3 : 40 : 40 : 40/skin General: Highly toxic. ethanenitrile. ethyl nitrile methyl cyanide : 1648 : ATN 3 : CH CN : Colorless liquid.4 to 16.1. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area.

and blueness of lips and fingernails. 2 hour wash.Gon. : YES Tank Cleaning: Thoroughly flush tank. Vapor irritating to eyes. liquid irritating to skin and eyes. amines. Get medical attention. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. Restrict personnel on deck. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 34/858쪽 .H. Exposure Procedure: Remove victim to fresh air. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. pump. Remarks: Odor threshold is not considered adequate warning of Potential dangerous vapor concentrations. Version/01 Symptoms: Dizziness.Kim. Short Exposure Tolerance: Brief exposure to 500ppm has produced some nose and throat irritation. May add excess of strong calcium hypochlorite solution to spill and scoop up slurry. Personnel Protection: Total protection suits and breathing apparatus must be worn. Inhalation will cause difficult breathing. Apply artificial respiration if he stops breathing. Use Closed Loading method of ullaging. and protective clothing. High vapor concentration cause rapid death. nausea. glycol and Phenol. Nitric acids.similar AN. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. wear long rubber gloves. Contact with water released highly Toxic and flammable vapor. line system. * Reactivity: Dangerous with oxidizing agents.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Avoid contact with liquid. lines and pump with cold salt water. nose and throat. Wash water temperature(Code C). Secure ignition source. Cargo : Group 37 of compatibility chart. Secure accommodation and recirculate air. If liquid contacts skin. Vapor Return System reg. Ventilate. Fresh water rinse.. Operational Problems/Hazards Is poisonous and flammable when mixed with water give off highly toxic and flammable vapor line should be cleared with Nitrogen. cleaning code (2) . may be fatal if inhaled. small spills may be washed away with water. headache. Note : Tank will pass survey inspection prior to loading is strictly . Educt and mop. wash off with plenty of water. alcohol. Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material: mild steel and stainless steel are compatible. swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining. Wash site with soap solution containing some hypochlirute. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. self contained breathing apparatus. Minimum wash 5 ft. Hot water (55 degrees C up to the maximum allowed by the tank coating manufacturer) POTENTIAL HAZARDS HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. half -hour drops. Warm salt-water wash.

FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.2-propenic Acid.propenic acid. give artificial respiration. give oxygen. In case of contact with material . Stay away from ends of tanks withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Stop leak if you can do it without risk water spray may reduce vapor.fog or alcohol-resistant foam.. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. ACRYLIC ACID Synonyms UN. Large Fires: Water spray . if breathing is difficult. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. .Kim. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. 2-propenic acid.H. Stay upwind. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. if not breathing. Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.Gon. keep victim under observation. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 35/858쪽 . smoking or flames in hazard area fully-encapsulating. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. : 2218 : ACR PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Wash skin with soap and water. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back container may explode violently in heat of fire. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. no flares. Dike fire-control water for later disposal. Do not touch or walk through spilled material. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. do not scatter the material. No CHris Code Acroleic acid. isolate hazard area and deny entry. vinyl formic acid.ethylene carboxylic acid. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. keep out of low areas. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. and ventilate closed spaces before entering.

immediately remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Co . Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3.H. dry chemical. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 36/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Wear full protective clothing. : 141C/ 286F : 8C/ 46F : 1. Poisonous gases may be produced in a fire.05 : Organic acid : 3.5 ppm Exposure Procedure : If contact with skin or eye occurs.3. Symptoms: Vapors are capable of causing definite skin or eye irritation. acid odor. Reactivity Stability: Polymerizes readily.(F) : 835 2 Extinguishing Agents : Water.0) Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D Electrical Group : C H COOH : Colorless liquid.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Compatibility: PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.1 : :D : 0. Special fire Procedures: Use of CO2 where it could blanket the vapor space of a container is not recommended.. :D General: Presents no special fire or explosion hazard because of its relatively high flash point and low vapor pressure. irritating to eyes. Should be inhibited to insure safety and stability during storage or handling. nose and throat.4 : Complete : 2.2 :O : 0. Flash Point (F) : 130 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10* General Acrylic acid. immediately flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.Gon. when in contact with skin or eyes. eye protection and self contained breathing apparatus. get medical attention promptly. and alcohol foam. Short Exposure Tolerance: 0.48 2 3 Version/01 : Combustible liquid. Vapor may present an inhalation hazard from single exposures. nasal irritation and lachrymation. may result in a burn upon short contact.Kim. A fire involving a spill outside of tanks could be extinguished with dry chemical.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Ventilate Fresh water Rinse. After initial rinsing and transfer of slops the Acrylic Acid tank may be cleaned in port with salt or channel water collecting slops onboard along with any other compatible slops. Alternatively cold salt water flushed to remove residues. half hour drops. Secure accommodation and recirculate air.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Highly irritant vapor. low carbon content stainless steel and high purity aluminum are Recommended for containment in order stated. Steam line systems ensure to flush at all drain cocks and plugs. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 37/858쪽 . body shield and self-contained breathing apparatus should be available. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. All tanks need to be stripped as per P & A manual. Keep away from excessive adjacent heat. Mix and add water if needed for good mixing. Under no circumstances is the fresh water/acid mixture to be mixed with any other slop onboard (except for other Acrylic Acid slops). Inhibitor amount/ brand must be made known to USCG. Cargo: Group 4 of compatibility chart. Product is unstable and compatibility with other products should be checked. Wash site with soda ash solution. wear rubber gloves. with "skin" notation. Vapor return system : YES Tank Cleaning Gas free or inert tank. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. face shield. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.H. Personnel Protection Total protection suits and breathing apparatus. 5 ft.Gon.5 hours. This mixture is to remain in the tank until it is cleaned at sea (salt water OK) as per MARPOL regulation. Remark. Dry tank and lines. Alternatively this fresh water/acid mixture may be transferred into another SS tank or empty (rinsed) acid tank so the tank may be cleaned in port.exceptions to the chart. Check double check before booking /carriage. Shortly after discharge all tanks are to be rinsed with clean ambient fresh water (nor ship channel water) to dilute any remaining acid by a minimum of 10 parts water to 1 part acid. If possible. cover contaminated surfaces and spill with large quantities of soda ash or sodium bicarbonate. Due to freezing point . POTENTIAL HAZARDS FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Use Closed method of ullaging. Version/01 Material: Severely corrodes iron and steel. 3. Cold salt water pre-wash for minimum 1. Educt and Mop. Hot salt water wash. If heating coils not been used for heating. 1. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required Clear line with Nitrogen. 2. 4. remarks:* Proposed change in TLV to 2ppm . this is strictly and dangerous cargo if polymerizing takes place. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. See also appendix 1. scoop up slurry. This cargo can polymerize violently if contaminated or if exposed to freezing (12-14C) or excessive heat(45C) so utmost care needs to be taken when handling or cleaning from this cargo. remove blind and thoroughly flush the coils with fresh water. Heating may be required. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. Note : Heating : external heating only. protective clothing. Restrict personnel on deck. Operational Problem/Hazards High corrosive liquid.. Glass.

immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.81 : Nitrile PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.fog or regular foam. Stay upwind. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal.H.. resembles that of peach seed. if not breathing. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled.Gon. give oxygen. if breathing is difficult. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution Version/01 EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. propenenitrile. no flares. isolate hazard area and deny entry. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. 2-propenenitrile. in case of contact with material. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Co2. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Large Fires: Water spray .Kim. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family : An. If water pollution occurs.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor.vinyl cyanide. do not get water inside container. notify the appropriate authorities. Stay away from ends of tanks. give artificial respiration. water spray or regular foam. : 1093 : ACN 2 : CH CHCN : Colorless liquid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 38/858쪽 . Small Fires: Dry chemical.Cyanoethylene. : 77C/ 171F : 32 : 0. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature ACRYLONITRILE Synonyms UN.

Kim.8 : Load only through ship’s lines.3 : 21. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. Flash Point (F) : 32 Flammable Limits : 3. water or foam may cause frothing. or explode. Keep tank cool with water spray.Gon.0 to 17. Symptoms: Eye irritation. Short Exposure Tolerance: 400 ppm for 30 minutes.0% Auto igniting Temp.5 :O : 5. liquid in shoes cause delayed burns. Electrical Group :D General: When heated this material may evolve toxic cyanide gas. nausea.. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air. fire parties must wear respiratory protection and full protective clothing include rubber boots. remove contaminated clothing and wash chemical from skin with a gentle flow of later.1045 : 2/skin General : Suspected carcinogen. Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. apply artificial respiration. alcohol foam.6* : 29CFR 1910. administer vapor of amyl nitrile.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger tube No. : YES : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel and Zinc.1.5/a : Yes Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid. dry chemical. : 6728591 Acrylonitrile 0. if patient is unconscious.H. fire may cause violent rupture of tank. blueness of lips and fingertips.0 : Moderate : 1. if he is not breathing. get medical attention. Special fire Procedures : Do Not use dry chemical for a large. headache.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. harmful by inhalation and skin absorption. : 83 :B :B : 3. contact with skin may also cause dermatitis. Vapor Return Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. or both. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 39/858쪽 . Penetrates leather.(F) : 898 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Contaminated leather shoes and gloves should be destroyed. confined fire.* Reactivity PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 3.

Draeger tubes are unreliable and should only be used to check presence of Gas. Educt and mop. Secure ignition sources. self-contained breathing apparatus. discharging and tank cleaning.breathing apparatus should be worn. Fresh water rinse. etc. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Wash site of spill with soap solution cautioning some hypochlorite. may be fatal if inhaled. Wash water temperature (A) . swallowed or absorbed through skin. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 40/858쪽 . tank may be washed “over rich” but LEL must be constantly monitored. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. Odor threshold varies with individuals. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Stay upwind. wear long rubber gloves. A vapor is heavier than air. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). There are several ways to increase permanganate time. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. chlorinated solvent recirculation. Operational Problems/Hazards Protective clothing/gloves.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cleaning Code(4).Kim. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. keep out of low areas.. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water-soluble. Version/01 Stability: Very reactive. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. isolate hazard area and deny entry.if con not inert (Note: Product is inhibited monomer) Cold sea water wash. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. See also appendix 1. Be sure of checking inhibitor brand/amount. and using Stolt X. and ventilate closed spaces before entering. Exposure to potentially dangerous vapor concentrations can occur before the vapor is detected. Very strictly tank inspection prior to loading -expensive stuff. Avoid contact with liquid.Gon. Polymerization could be initiated by visible light. protective clothing. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Compatibility: Material: copper alloys are attacked and should not be used. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Extremely flammable. may polymerize explosively in the presence of strong bases. remarks: Note: Detectable odor is greater than the TLV. May add excess of strong calcium hypochlorite solution. Restrict Personnel on deck. Note : If inhibitor is Ammonia Zinc is no good. Secure accommodation and recirculate air during loading. outdoors or sewers. of leather or natural or nitrile rubbers are suitable for working this product. Polymerize with failure of inhibitor or contact with Alkalis. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. May be ignited by heat sparks or flames. as inhibitor tends to degrade when subject to heating. 5 ft. half hour drops.exceptions to the chart. Alternatively Educt residues and gas free prior wash. Cargo: group 15 of compatibility chart. Possible carcinogen. but as vapors are toxic. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water flush and gas free. Must be inhibited to prevent polymerization. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. Personnel Protection Use Closed Loading method of ullaging. Container may explode in heat of fire.H. Scoop up slurry. thereafter hot salt water wash (similar drops) Ventilate. Attacks aluminum in high concentrations. Keep away from heat. Total protection and breathing apparatus should be used.

give artificial respiration. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. no flares. If you find the ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action.956 @ 20 C : 0. Average Expected Load Temp. smoking or flames in hazard area Fully encapsulating. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 41/858쪽 .Reg. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. For massive fire in cargo area.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . USCG Compatibility chart Group No : A. : 2205 :3 : NC (CH2)4 CN : 7a : Organic Nitrile : Colorless mobile liquid with no identifiable smell. Stay away from ends of tanks. : 15. Do not touch or walk through spilled material Small spills: Flush area with flooding amounts of water. if breathing is difficult.20 C : 10 C. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire..H. water spray or regular foam. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Tetramethylene Cyanide. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FIRE 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co . In case of contact with material. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Large Fires: Water spray.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. It may provide little or no thermal protection. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. : 37 /C.00072 : 15-20 C .Gon. See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. 1-4 Dieyanobutane.Kim.N. keep victim under observation. if not breathing. ADIPONITRILE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. if this is impossible. Structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. withdraw from area and let fire burn. : 0. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Do not get water inside container.D. Version/01 Protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. fog or regular foam. give oxygen.

Personnel Protection. Tank inspection same as for “AN”. Fresh water rinse. Blow with Nitrogen.Kim. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Gas free or inert. Followed by warm salt-water wash. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating :D Vapor Return System Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : Boiling Point : 295 /C Explosive Range : Freeze Point :2C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Very little information available therefore treat as highly dangerous . ) Tank Coating recommended Version/01 : No ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge possible Blanket : possible : Stainless steel or Zinc (preferably forward). Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. Educt and mop. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 42/858쪽 .. Reactivity: Violent with oxides and alkalis (caustic soda) possibly with acids. Cleaning Code(4). (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/Hydrocarbons Note: This Nitrile is less hazardous to handle than “AN” . Health Hazard: PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Tank and lines to be dry. Ventilate. Handling : Is toxic by skin absorption Closed ullaging when burning gives off hydrogen cyanide fumes . half-hour drops.H. : NO Discharge on passage. Secure accommodation and recirculate air . Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. and using Stolt X. chlorinated solvent recirculation. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 93 C Draeger Tube No. Use ‘closed loading’ method of ullaging. Wash water temperature (A) . these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families.Gon. Total protection suits and breathing apparatus. Load only via ship’s lines. Restricted personnel on deck. 5 ft.

Large fire: Water spray. fig or regular foam. May be fatal if inhaled. but none of them ignites readily. Small dry spills: With clean shovel place material into clean .Gon. Fully-encapsulating. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. Container may explode violently in heart of fire. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. 2-propen-1-ol. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus and chemical protective clothing which is specially recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn.70 :B :B : 1. give artificial respiration. First Aid Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.1-propenol-3. Keep victim under observation. isolate hazard area and deny entry. water spray or regular foam. move containers from spill area.Kim.8 : Complete PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Ropenyl alcohol. : 1098 : ALA 2 2 : CH = CHCH OH : Colorless liquid.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Dike fire control water for later disposal . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 43/858쪽 . It may provide little or no thermal protection. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. vinyl carbinol. Effects may be delayed. out of low area. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Small fire: Dry chemical. stop leak if you can do it without risk.0 :O : 1. Keep victims quiet and maintain normal body temperature. Stay away from ends of material . Runoff from control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and cause water pollution. Fire. Fight fire from maximum distance. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. In case of contact with material. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. vapor protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Version/01 Poisonous . swallowed or absorbed through skin.. Emergency Action: Keep unnecessary people away.85 : Substituted allyl : 1. Spill or Leak: Do not touch or walk through spilled material. pungent odor : 97C/ 206F : -129C/ -200F : 0. if not breathing. dry container and cover loosely. Use water spray to reduce vapors. if breathing is difficult give oxygen. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.H.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Propenol. Stay upwind. 2-propenol. Fire or Explosion: Some of these materials may burn. ALLYL ALCOHOL Synonyms UN. do not scatter the material. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. 1-propenol-3-ol. Small Spill : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.

sparks. 2months. 5 ppm can be tolerated for 30 min. readily ignited by heat. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless Steel.irritation to respiratory tract. Use Closed Ullaging system. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Liquid causes severe burns.Gon. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1000ppm has been reported as fatal (exposure time not reported).C: Flammable liquid Electrical Group : C General: Poisonous gases may be produced in a fire. Exceptionally may be loaded via portable lines to droplines. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Disabling irritation and corneal injury to eye may be delayed.5 ~ 18% : 713 2 : CO . Vapor extremely irritating.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. load via ship’s lines preferably. water fog. Epoxy under restriction Draeger Tube No : CH254 Hydrocarbon 2 Operational Problems/Hazards Product liquid and vapor toxic Personnel Protection : Total protection suits and breathing apparatus. Grade B poison. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Skin or eye contact immediately flood affected areas gently with water for at least 15 min. liquid splashed in the skin causes "deep bone ache" If not removed promptly. liquid is poisonous if swallowed or if skin is exposed.dry chemical. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. alcohol foam.H. apply artificial respiration. Lung and eye injury may be delayed. if breathing stops. or open flame Flashback along vapor trail may occur.0) : 2. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 44/858쪽 . Cool exposed tanks with water.max. 70(cc) : 2. Symptoms: Vapor exposure.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 90(oc). water may be ineffective.3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 2~ 3 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 2/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 2/skin General : Vapor poisonous if inhaled or if skin is exposed.0 Version/01 Handling : Can polymerize and may inhibited.. Secure accommodation and recirculate air.2.Kim. Zinc .Remove victim to fresh air. Special fire Procedures : Use respiratory. Vapor Density(air= 1. body and eye protective equipment and clothing.

Some are water reactive. Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Dike fire. Secure ignition sources. flavorings. Stay away from ends of tanks. Fight fire from maximum distance. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.control water for later disposal. minimum 2 hours to clear residues . Get medical help.) Version/01 Tank Cleaning : Cold salt water pre-wash.Kim..Exceptions to the chart. destroys shoes. Not corrosive to steel. 5 ft. See Appendix 1. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Fresh water rinse. Keep unprotected personnel upwind of contaminated area. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.. Reactivity Stability: Chemically stable. Keep patient at rest and under observation for 24-48hr. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Fully-encapsulating. may absorb very small spills with absorbent material(sand etc. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. Educt and Mop. Stay upwind. handle with Utmost care . Wash water temperature (A) . EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Note :Hazardous to health . half hour drops. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Cleaning code 1. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. keep out of low areas. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. denaturing alcohol. effects may be delayed. Uses : Perfumes . Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Use respiratory protection. wear rubber gloves. Flush spill with water. do not scatter the material. however. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. may be fatal if inhaled. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 45/858쪽 . face shield and protective clothing.Gon. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.H. (Check LEL) Ventilate to gas/ odor free. Compatibility: Material : swells rubber. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Study all safety information available. FIRE Small Fires:. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Dry chemical. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Cargo: group 15 of compatibility chart. remove contaminated clothing and shoes at once. Hot salt water wash. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. water spray or regular foam.

dry container and cover loosely.Kim. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. 1-chloro-2-propene 3-chloropropen. : 1100 : ALC 2 2 : CH = CHCH CI : Clear to strawberry colored liquid : 45c/ 113F : -134c/ 209F : 0. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 46/858쪽 . if not breathing.3 :O : 10.Gon.0) Chlorallylene. move containers from spill area. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.3 :C :B : 10. give oxygen. Use spray on deck if high outside temperature. In case of contact with material.H. Small Dry spills. Version/01 Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. give artificial respiration. if breathing is difficult.6 : 0. ALLYL CHLORIDE Synonyms UN. alpha-chloropropylene. 3-chloropropylene. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. keep victim under observation. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. With clean shovel place material into clean.30% : 2.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. 3-chloro-1-propene.64 Handling : Load via ship’s lines _ Keep dry and cool. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes..94 : Substituted allyl : 294.

Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air.H. Phenoline is O. liquid causes burns. poisonous if inhaled. Flashback along vapor trail may occur.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with for 15 min. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective on fire. vapor extremely irritating. or open flame. Cargo : Group 15 of compatibility chart.2. alcohol foam. becomes more reactive and corrosive when wet. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. sparks. administer oxygen. Tank must be Nitrogen purge before loading. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. has been reported as fatal. Low boil/flash point makes this cargo hazardous in more ways than one. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 47/858쪽 . ignited by heat. skin or eye contact. get medical help.Gon. then carried under nitrogen pressure. if breathing stops. if breathing is difficult. Grade B Poison.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim. the liquid irritates the skin. Reactivity Stability: Chemically stable. Fire fighting personnel should be protected against hydrochloric acid fumes by wearing self contained breathing Apparatus and full protective clothing. apply artificial respiration.3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : above 1 PEL/TWA(ppm) :1 TLV/TWA(ppm) :1 General : Suspected carcinogen. short Exposure Tolerance: Inhalation of 100 ppm for 60 min. Zinc : a slight amount of water/moisture will strip tank of coating.9% Auto igniting Temp. Inhibitor : No Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES Tank Coating : Stainless Steel.(F) : 737 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Flash Point (F) : -20(cc) Flammable Limits : 3. Compatibility: Material: Highly corrosive to steel and aluminum. if swallowed. dry chemical. or if skin is exposed. Nickel and monel are suitable materials of construction. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3..3 to 11. Zinc.K. Symptoms: Vapors are irritating to eyes and respiratory tract. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. cool exposed tanks with water spray.B Electrical Group Version/01 : Flammable liquid :D General: Corrosive hydrogen chloride gas formed upon combustion.

keep out of low areas. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Do not flush spill into confined spaces where flammable Vapors can accumulate. Uses : Setting resins and varnishes. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Stay away from ends of tanks.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection Total protection suits and breathing apparatus..Gon. 100ppm for 1 hour is fatal .Kim. water spray or regular foam. Tank Cleaning: Gas free or inert tank. call National response Center. Ventilate to gas and odor free (See TLV) Steam tank and line. Wash water temperature Code (A). Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Version/01 Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. ventilate. FIRE Small Fires:. Small Dry spills. isolate hazard area and deny entry. may be fatal if inhaled. half hours drops. Cleaning code (2) . Use “Closed” ullaging system. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Secure ignition sources. With clean shovel place material into clean. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Stay upwind. Educt and Mop.. Dike fire. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining. line system. stop leak if you can do it without risk. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 48/858쪽 . Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. dry container and cover loosely. Vent line desiccate may be required. Dry chemical. Ambient temperature water of at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.control water for later disposal. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Product causes severe irritation at smallest concentrations and personnel should be restricted during operation. Fight fire from maximum distance. move containers from spill area.H.. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Alternatively cold flush to remove residues Check LEL. Avoid contact with liquid. do not scatter the material. Secure accommodation and recirculate air. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Fully-encapsulating. pump. 800-424-8802 Operational Problems/Hazards Decomposes with water to yellow . plastics and adhesives. Cold salt water wash 5ft. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. If spill occurs. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.

keep victim under observation. alpha-METHYLSTYRENE Synonyms UN. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. particularly in zinc. 1-methyl-1. give oxygen. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. In case of contact with material. characteristic aromatic odor.0) AMS.H.Gon. Tank Coating : Any Coating.. But consult coating compatibility lists for time restrictions.08 Handling : Portable lines via droplines.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : 2303 : MSR 6 5 3 2 : C H C(CH )=CH : Clear yellow liquid.23 :O : 0. Version/01 FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. phenylpropylene.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.40 : Insoluble : 4. Product soften Coatings.phenylethylene. if breathing is difficult. Vapor unpleasant and lines must be dry.89 : Olefin : 4.Kim. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible. if not breathing. give artificial respiration.08 : :A : 0. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. : 167~170c/ 333~338 F : -23c/ -9 F : 0. Isopropenylbenzene. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 49/858쪽 .

Symptoms: Will cause skin irritation if not removed promptly. care must be taken to kept away adjacent heat. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. half hour drops. Compatibility: Material : May cause rubber to swell. co2.H. Thereafter hot S.. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.flush body splashes with plenty of water.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. and protection clothing. Fresh water Rinse Educt and mop. Operational Problems /hazards As product will polymerize in contact with heat and for water. Avoid contact with liquid and breathing vapor. pump and lines. Inhalation.W wash. Drain tank.1% : 1066 : Dry chemical. Personnel Protection Chemical protection clothing. Can react with oxidizing materials. : Water may be ineffective on fire. goggles. half-hour drops. foam. and the reaction is self sustaining. Cargo : Group 30 of compatibility chart.W wash. water fog. Not known to be absorbed. Tank Cleaning: Cold S.D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Version/01 : Unavailable : Less than 10 : 50 : 50 General : Avoid skin contact. face shield. Administer artificial respiration if necessary. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable Exposure Procedure: Skin contact. Heating coils should be blown dry and blanket and a check kept on temperature variation.9~ 6.Gon. Breathing apparatus or air line sets on standby in working area.remove victim to fresh air. Have all purpose canister mask available. Secure all sources of ignition.Kim. gloves. Grade.Educt. : 125~ 135 : 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 50/858쪽 . Breathing considerable quantities may cause headache and /or dizziness. 5 ft.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : Combustible liquid :D : Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. must be dry. (Product contains inhibitor) 10 ft. With chemical injection. Tank . .line etc. Ventilate to gas free odorless condition.

use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. Do not allow draining to lie in P/R bilge unless well diluted with water. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Reference Note 15 Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization..Kim. no flares. keep out of low areas. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. if this is impossible. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. Water spray may reduce vapor. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Uses : Polyesters and resins. notify the appropriate authorities.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. as such same must always be avoided. and using Stolt X. Some authorities may require vapor return system to be rigged. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. To free the tank and lines of odor it may be necessary to steam the tank. Small spills: PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.H. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 51/858쪽 . If possible tank should be left empty for maximum 3 days prior to ballasting /reloading to allow coating to harden. If water pollution occurs. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. For massive fire in cargo area. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Version/01 Styrene odor lingers and warm air blowing may be beneficial. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. but only after the tank has been completely gas freed and 24 hours allowed for coating recovery. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.Gon. Cleaning Code(4). Stay away from ends of tanks. Wash water temperature (A) . chlorinated solvent recirculation.

breathing is ALPHANOL -79 Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : 10 : Alcohol : Colorless slightly viscous liquid. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 73 C Draeger Tube No. ) Tank Coating : : TBA .00075/C. and mineral acids . Version/01 Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. : No ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Any. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes.3 : A mixture of C7-C9 Primary aliphatic alcohols. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. if not breathing.835 @ 20 C : 0. Wash skin with soap and water..H. : 0.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Personnel Protection. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. but wash eyes affected skin areas. : Ambient : Ambient : N/A : Reacts with oxidizing agents. : Ship’s or portable lines. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Boiler suit and gloves. give oxygen In case of contact with material .Gon.Reg. Average Expected Load Temp. give artificial respiration.. : Boiling Point : 177-202 /C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Non-hazardous. if difficult. : Ambient .Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 52/858쪽 . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.

or foam may cause frothing. N-B ydroxyethylenediamine. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 53/858쪽 .3. N-(2aminoethyl)ethanolamine.0) Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) : Combustible liquid :C : No smoking or Open light.No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.Gon. : ++ : AEE 2 2 2 2 2 : NH CH CH NHCH CH OH : Clear. : 243c/ 469F : -78c/ -108F : 1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.1 : Unavailable PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.0% : 695 : Carbon dioxide. Some epoxy or polyurethane but subject to restriction.59 : Stainless Steel. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Negligible Cold wash. : 1. Fresh water rinse Educt and mop.H. : Cool exposed tanks with water.Kim. : 275 : 15..0 ~ 27. colorless liquid with mild ammonia odor. N-(aminoehtyl)ethano. N-hydroxyethyl-1.2-ethylenediamine.ESTERS AMINOETHYL ETHANOLAMINE Synonyms 2-{(2-Aminoethyl)amino}ethanol.03 : Amine : Low : :D : Low :O : Low : Complete : 3. UN. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. dry chemical or alcohol foam. : NO Retain on board and dispose of at sea. (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/Hydrocarbons Version/01 Important: These alcohols must be confused with Phthalates or “Santicizer” which belong in USCG group 34. Hydroxyethylenediamine.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.

Gon. wear butyl rubber gloves. Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse Educt and Mop. however. Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Spray with water and wash with large excess of water. Remarks :++ Unassigned. Reactivity Stability: Compatibility: Version/01 Stable. vapor causes mild respiratory irritation. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. aluminum and zinc. Personnel protection: Boiler suit. Material: Incompatible with copper. Cleaning code 1. gloves and goggles. If a spill occurs. copper alloys.H. if possible. cover spill with sodium bisulfite. Some are water reactive. Check vacuum does not foam in tank while washing. Cargoes listed under this group are completely soluble or miscible. This Amine looks OK to me see no problems.. and protective clothing. if discomfort persists or reappears. see a physician. PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Causes severe eye irritation. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. immediately flush eyes with plenty of low pressure water for 15 min. Note : Amines rapidly absorb water.Kim. face shield. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Wash water temperature (A) . Operational Problems/Hazardous Liquid and vapor irritating eyes and skin. Cargo : Group 8 of compatibility chart. Symptoms: Liquid causes skin irritation with possibility of burns or prolonged contact. 800-424-8802. call National response Center. minimum 3 hour Check LEL. Tank cleaning Warm salt water wash. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 54/858쪽 . Exposure Procedure : In case of eye contact.

Ammonia Hydroxide. ) : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended: Polyurethane ..H. aldehydes.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : CH205 Ammonia 5/a Boiling Point : various Explosive Range : 16 % to 25 % Freeze Point : -97 C Autoignition Point : 600 C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 55/858쪽 . : 1005 :3 : NH4 OH : -2 : Amine.Kim.90 @ 15 C : 0. Characteristic sharp smell. but coating lists should be checked according to grade concentration. halogens and mercury. Version/01 AMMONIA AQUEOUS Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. glycol. Aggressive in Zinc. esters. Aqua Ammonia. Possible reaction with alcohol. Handling : If large parcel then via ship’s lines. Ensure lines dry and grease free.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Average Expected Load Temp. : Colorless liquid. Very gaseous and on discharging pumps will be liable to gas up if too high a rate attempted. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : 50 ppm TLV 25 ppm Flash point :C Draeger Tube No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Epoxy or stainless steel . Ketone and phenols. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Ammonia Hydrate.0002 /C. Water of ammonia. : Ambient . : 0.Gon. : Ambient : Ambient :6 Reactivity: Violent with chlorine and acids.

dry container and cover loosely. See cleaning guide.discharging . Small spill : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. During loading. Secure accommodation and recirculate air. isolate hazard area and deny entry.Kim. Can cause coating breakdown and coating softening. Positive pressure self contained apparatus and structural firefighter’s protective clothing will provide limited protection. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. If inhaled. Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazardous Various concentrations from 20% to 35% with water . Spill or leak: Do not touch or walk through spilled materials . Restrict personnel on deck. : Possible Retain slops on board until on passage . Stay away from ends of tanks. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. Small dry Spill : With clean shovel place materials into clean. Large fire : Water spray. (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture Product is high alkaline. Educt and mop.W wash. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. may be harmful.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. but within explosive range will burn. gloves. Check locally. Ventilate to gas Free. 10 ft. health hazards Contact cause burns to skin and eyes. Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away.W then cold S. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 56/858쪽 . . To an odorless condition may take 72 hours.H. Deck spraying should be considered. where discharge under control. Possibility of boil off in hot climates. 40 minute drops. Stay upwind. and breathing apparatus or air line. Keep out of low areas. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Personnel Protection.stop leak if you can do it without risk.. Fresh water rinse. Considered non-flammable. Both liquid and vapor very irritant and cause severe burns to eyes and lungs. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Drying oil : NO On completion of discharge tank must be ventilated by forced air means to complete dryness . fog or regular foam. Thereafter flush tanks and lines with Cold S. CO2. Small fires: Dry chemical. water spray or regular foam. Ventilate for further 24 hours before ballast/next cargo. SG and correction factor will vary in the concentrations.Gon. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Keep away from adjacent heat. Fire Some of these materials may react violently with water. move containers from spill area. cleaning and gas freeing Chemical suits .

Kim. 1. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 57/858쪽 . Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed space.1 : D.methyl-1-butanol acetate. In case of contact with material.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Precautions should be taken to prevent the accumulation of static electricity. pleasant fruity banana-like odor. amylacetic ester. isoamyl ethanoate.sec-amyl acetate.0 :D :C : 0..Gon. alcohol foam.D Electrical Group : Combustible liquid :D General: No smoking or open flames. UN. call emergency medical care. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. isopentyl acetate.5% : 714 : CO2. Limitation on Epoxy. : 149C/ 300F : -70c/ 094F : 0. and Polyurethane. dry chemical. pear oil. Zinc. isoamyl acetate. 2-methylbutyl ethanoate. : 1104 : IAT 3 2 2 3 2 : CH COO(CH ) CH(CH ) : colorless liquid. flashback along vapor trail may occur. Keep victim quite and maintain normal body temperature.O : 0.H.34 : Slight : 4.88 : Ester : 4.1 ~ 7. Bondstrand or ship’s Lines : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : NO : Stainless Steel. Version/01 First AID Move victim to fresh air. Large Spill: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. water fog PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. iso-AMYL ACETATE Synonyms Amyl acetate. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 100 : 1.5 : Compoflex.0) Handling Nitrogen Inhibitor Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.banana oil. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.

apply artificial respiration. Remarks: Operational Problems/Hazards Moderate fire hazards. Educt and mop. then dissolve. Have all-purpose canister mask available avoid contact with liquid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 58/858쪽 . irritation of mucous membranes of eyes and respiratory tract. Reactivity Stability: Chemically stable. Wash water temperature (B): Warm Water (38 to 55 degree C). Avoid exposure of skin or eyes to liquids. coughing. Symptoms: Headache. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon.H. Version/01 : 1. nausea. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Will produce definite irritation of eyes. it may dry and defeat skin. protective clothing. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining. Personal Protection Boiler suit. Flush minor spill away with water. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. gloves and goggles Tank Cleaning Cold salt water wash. and rubber. face shield. Attacks asbestos. May be necessary to steam tank and lines. Secure ignition sources. pump. Compatibility: Material : this compound will soften. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cleaning code (2) . dizziness. Refer Notes 7: Cargoes such as esters. Get medical attention.0.. Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : Water may be ineffective. skin or eye contactRemove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with for 15 min. Ventilation may be prolonged as odor is persistent. line system. if breathing stops. and trachea. throat. a great many plastic material. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Short Exposure Tolerance: 500 ~ 1000 ppm for 30~60 min. Cargo : Group 34 of compatibility chart.1 : 7 ~ 10 : 100 : 100 General : Little hazard from inhalation below 500 ppm. minimum 3 hours Fresh water rinse. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.Kim.

Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Stay upwind. Large Fires: Water spray . Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. if breathing is difficult..Kim. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Wash skin with soap and water. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 59/858쪽 . but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. the tank cleaning program. notify the appropriate authorities. Water spray may reduce vapor. In case of contact with material .Gon. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. If water pollution occurs. no flares. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Version/01 POTENTIAL HAZARDS FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. For massive fire in cargo area. if this is impossible. Stay away from ends of tanks. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. if not breathing. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. give oxygen. give artificial respiration. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.H. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.

Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. 1-pentanol.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 60/858쪽 . No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. can react with oxidizing materials.1-amyl alcohol.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube No Alcohol C-5.2 ~ 10. : NO : Purge: NO Blanket : NO : Any Coating subject to coating guide.H. primary-n-amyl alcohol. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. : 1105 : AAN 3 2 : CH (CH )4OH : Colorless liquid. mild odor : 138C/ 280F : -79c/ -110F : 0. Version/01 n-AMYL ALCOHOL Synonyms UN. n-butylcarbinol.Gon.Kim. it emits acrid fumes. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective on fire.82 : Alcohol : Low : :D : 0.(F) : 118 : 1. When heated.0% : 572 Extinguishing Agents : Carbon dioxide.04 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to check/Center tanks.D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame. : CH297 Alcohol 100/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.3 : Slight : 3..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus.2 :D : 0. Pentyl alcohol. dry chemical or alcohol foam. Cool exposed tanks with water spray.

Symptoms: Vapor inhalation causes psychic stimulation. 800-424-8802 remarks: Operational Problems/Hazards Product is flammable.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 61/858쪽 . Both liquid and vapor cause intense irritation. and vertigo. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing goggles.12 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable General : Vapor may be irritant to the eyes and the upper respiratory tract. Cleaning code (2) . Minimum 2.Kim.. Educt and Mop. call the national response Center.H. if breathing stops or is very weak. Short Exposure Tolerance: 150 ppm for 30 min. Get medical advice or attention. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. protective clothing. Alternatively. Stow away from adjacent heat.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0. or plain steel tanks. If a spill occurs.5 hours (Check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free. Compatibility: Material: Can be stored in copper. Breathing apparatus on standby. palpitation of heart. Vapor return : NO Tank Cleaning: Warm seawater wash. insomnia. pump. Fresh water rinses. face shield. gloves.0. High vapor concentrations have narcotic effect. Skin or eyes contact. Exposure Procedure : Vapor.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. line system. Have all-purpose canister mask available. Stability: Very Stable. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Version/01 Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. tank may be inerted prior to wash.remove victim to fresh air. Check other cargo. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. aluminum. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart.Gon. apply artificial respiration. headache. Secure ignition sources. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Reactivity May react with oxidizing agents and acids . avoid contact with liquid.

isolate hazard area and deny entry.Kim.. if breathing is difficult. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Stay away from ends of tanks. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Ambient water followed by warm waters. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Wash skin with soap and water. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. if this is impossible. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Version/01 POTENTIAL HAZARDS FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. give artificial respiration. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. if not breathing. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. For massive fire in cargo area. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. withdraw from area and let fire burn. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Stay upwind. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 62/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. In case of contact with material . CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. no flares. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. give oxygen.H. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. notify the appropriate authorities.Gon. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Water wash temperature code (D). Large Fires: Water spray . but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Water spray may reduce vapor. If water pollution occurs.

0% : 3. blue oil.1.Gon. benzenamine.E Electrical Group : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES : NO Stainless Steel.. : 1547 : ANL 6 5 2 : C H NH : Oily colorless-to-brown liquid odor not unpleasant : 184c/ 364F : -6c/ 21F : 1. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) : 1.H. alcohol foam. Occasionally Zinc but coating compatibility must be ascertained. Benenamine. Version/01 ANILINE Synonyms UN. wear full protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area Flash Point (F) : 158C Flammable Limits : LEL=1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 63/858쪽 .Kim. Special fire Procedures : Protect personnel against exposure to either the vapor or liquid. : CH204 Aniline 5/a : Combustible liquid :D General: Poisonous gas is produced when heated. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Nitrogen Inhibitor Tank Coating Draeger Tube No Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. phenylamine.aniline oil.0) Aminobenzene.02 :O : 0.22 Handling : Via ship’s lines.3 : 0. NOT suitable with Bondstrand. UEL= 11% Auto igniting Temp.dry chemical.3%. water spray.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. aminophen.02 : Amine : 2.04 : 3.tank and lines to be dry and air excluded as far as possible.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.(F) : 1143 Extinguishing Agents : CO2.4 :D :C : 0. Closed ullaging.5 : 2/skin PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

Personnel Protection Total protection suit and Breathing apparatus must be worn. Secure accommodation and recirculate air. wear butyl rubber gloves.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining. Cleaning code (2) . Should be kept away from adjacent heat and carried under Nitrogen blanket to exclude air . Compatibility: Material : Corrosive to copper and copper alloys. Restrict personnel on deck. Get medical attention as soon as possible. Symptoms: Headache. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid .) 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to gas free Fresh water rinse. Vapor return system : YES Tank Cleaning Warm salt water wash (50C Max. This product attacks nitrile rubbers. Use “Closed loading” method of ullaging. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. or destroy. poisonous by inhalation or skin absorption. Short Exposure Tolerance: 50~100 ppm probably can be tolerated for 60 min. irritability. TLV/TWA(ppm) : 2/skin Version/01 General : Suspected carcinogen. therefore nitrile chemical gloves are not suitable. Reactivity Stability: Stable. scoop up into cardboard boxes and pack with excess crumpled paper.Kim. it will cause cyanosis a serious blood condition. then burn in open pit. plastic protective apron and self contained breathing apparatus. weakness. drowsiness. Ensure tank. Educt and Mop. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.Gon. Apply artificial respiration if needed. keep patient at rest. lines and pump dried a Nitrogen purge may be required or necessary to reduce oxygen level and dry the system. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 64/858쪽 . Wash clothing thoroughly with strong soap solution before reuse. bluish discoloration of lips and fingernails. dizziness. Administer oxygen if available. and unconsciousness. Reacts dangerously with oxidizing agents and inorganic acids. Operational Problems/Hazards Liquid is particularly dangerous in contact with skin. Hoses and lines must be secured against leakage and any spill sanded immediately. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air. As Anile attacks blood cells personnel subject to anaemia or heavy drinking should not work this product. Secure ignition sources. remove any clothing wet with aniline. pump. May mix with sand and soda ash mixture(90-100). Class B Poison. line system.H. flush exposed skin area thoroughly with water. Not corrosive to iron or steel. Cargo : Group 9 of compatibility chart. Wash water temperature (B): PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT..

but it may nit prevent ignition in closed space. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. outdoors or sewers EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. dry Container and cover loosely. move containers from spill area. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION May be ignited by heat. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk..H. may be fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. keep out of low areas. Large Fires: Water spray . It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. water spray or regular foam.Gon. Water spray may reduce vapor. no flares.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature Effect may be delayed. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. sparks or flames contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.control water for later disposal do not scatter the material. Co2. give artificial respiration. smoking or flames in hazard area Fully-encapsulating. give oxygen. isolate hazard area and deny entry. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Do not touch or walk through spilled material. keep victim under observation. Version/01 Warm Water (38 to 55 degree C). Stay away from ends of tanks. Small Dry spills. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 65/858쪽 . Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.fog or regular foam. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Dike fire. In case of contact with material. With clean shovel place material into clean. Cool container with water using unmanned device until well after fire is out fight fire from maximum distance. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if not breathing. stop leak if you can do it without risk. if breathing is difficult. Stay upwind. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical.

: 1. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor : No : ALKYL PHENOL POLYGLYCOL ETHER.50 C : 50 C. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 66/858쪽 . : 25.Kim.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/Hydrocarbons PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : : Polyurethane and Epoxy . obtain specific information for grade shipped. No significant hazards. Fresh water rinse. ) Tank Coating Recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 216 C Draeger Tube No.Reg. : 25-35 C . : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point :5C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Non toxic. Average Expected Load Temp.062 @20 C : TBA /C.. Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.Gon. Boiler suit and gloves. : NO Retain slops on board and discharge on passage as per regulation. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : YES Hot wash with chemical injection . : Bondstrand. Compoflex and Ship’s Lines. Personnel Protection. : 40 : Neutral.H. : 2430 : : : : : Viscous Yellow Liquid. Version/01 ARKOPAL N130/N 150 Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Educt and Mop. Restrictions on Zinc.

The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining. stop leak if you can do it without risk. out of low area. Small Spill : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large fire: Water spray. do not scatter the material. Container may explode violently in heart of fire. Version/01 Cleaning code (2) . Emergency Action: Keep unnecessary people away. if breathing is difficult give oxygen. line system. Fire or Explosion: Some of these materials may burn. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. It may provide little or no thermal protection. Use water spray to reduce vapors. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. move containers from spill area. First Aid Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.Gon. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. Fully-encapsulating. water spray or regular foam. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Fight fire from maximum distance. Small fire: Dry chemical. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Stay upwind. dry container and cover loosely. Health Hazard: Poisonous . Stay away from ends of material . Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Wash water temperature (D): Ambient water followed by warm water.H. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. In case of contact with material. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. pump. Small dry spills: With clean shovel place material into clean .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Keep victim under observation. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Spill or Leak: Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Dike fire control water for later disposal . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 67/858쪽 . and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus and chemical protective clothing which is specially recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. Runoff from control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and cause water pollution. Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature.. May be fatal if inhaled. fig or regular foam. give artificial respiration. Fire.Kim. vapor protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Effects may be delayed. if not breathing. but none of them ignites readily.

) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : N/A ppm TLV N/A ppm Flash point : 47 C Draeger Tube No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. : Ambient. but some restrictions in some Epoxies Check Coating lists..H. Average Expected Load Temp. Carriage : Ambient.8804 @ 15 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Kim.. Inhibitor : No ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Any Coating . Disch . Handling Fairly innocuous product. Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. IMO No : IMO TYPE :3 Formula : Mixture of Aromatic Hydrocarbons. : NO Retain slops on board and discharge on passage Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Hot salt water wash. ICS Guide Page No. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Reactivity : Can react with oxidizing agents and acids. half hour drops. load via dropline for quality control reasons. Fresh water rinse. 5 ft.0008 /C. Personnel Protection.Gon. Contact with liquid causes defeating and vapors cause irritation. (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank and line must be smell and grease free.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : 20 Family : Aromatic Hydrocarbon Appearance and character : Clear colorless mobile liquid with mild distinctive smell. Specific Gravity : 0. . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 68/858쪽 . Version/01 AROMASOL H Synonyms : Manufactured Largely by ICI(UK). with chemical. Chemical protective clothing goggles and gloves. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Reg. Ventilate to gas free.) Correction factor : 0. Educt and mop. : CH254 Hydrocarbon 2 Boiling Point : 168 /C Explosive Range : N/A % to % Freeze Point : -50C Autoignition Point : 600C Operational Problems/Hazardous An artificial solvent with similar characteristics to xylene a mixture of hydrocarbons (but not Benzene) draeger tube testes should not be regarded as definitive and will only indicate the presence of gas..

Stainless Steel Not normally carried in Zinc Silicate (FFA 2. Hot salt water wash. minimum 3 hours. : 50 C. : 30-35/C. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO After discharge.Gon. with chemical injection Ventilate PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Epoxy.890 @ C : /C. Slops liable to purity giving Hydrogen Sulphide and also deoxidize the tank. : NO Discharge at sea according to regulations.. Tanks normally required to be swept therefore oxygen content and tank entry procedures to be strictly observed. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Heat evolved in certain circumstances with Sulphuric Acids. Personnel Protection. steam down tank. Average Expected Load Temp.H. : 34 Reactivity: Possibility of dangerous reaction with Nitric Acid. : 49-55 C. USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Brazilian Palm Oil : N/A :3 : : N/A : Esters.5% Maximum) Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : N/A Flash point : N/A Draeger Tube No. normal working gear.Kim. Boiler suit.Reg. : Reddish yellow oil or grease has butter like consistency. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. gloves. ) Tank Coating recommended : No (nsure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Polyurethane. : Boiling Point : N/A Explosive Range : N/A Freeze Point : 27-43 C Autoignition Point : N/A Operational Problems/Hazardous Starts to solidify at ambient temperature. Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 BABASSU OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Handling : No specialized handling requirements Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck tanks. : 0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 69/858쪽 .

caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Note : Zinc The FFA is usual below 2..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Educt and mop.Kim. Version/01 Cleaning code 5.5%. Check! Handle same way as Coconut oil . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 70/858쪽 . (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/ Tank and line must be dry.H.Gon. Fresh water rinse or steam tank and lines.No problem. Wash water temperature Code C Hot water (55 degree C up to the maximum allowed by the tank coating manufacture).

H. fatigue.. loss of appetite. On Skin : Nil When inhaled(acute effect) : Slight irritation and moderate systemic effect causing dizziness. On Skin : slight Irritation.Gon. By Ingestion : Moderate systemic effect. Sulphuric acids: Mixture may became very warm under certain conditions. but it is unlikely that systemic poisoning can arise from immersing hands in benzene. Liquid in Eye : Flood the eye gentle with clean sea or clean fresh water. but for confirmatory information consult the data sheet for the other cargo in question. or white crystalline solid. Alkalis : No dangerous reaction. Health Data TLV : 5 ppm Odor Threshold : Greater than 25 ppm. Effective of Vapor On eyes : Irritates in high concentrations. Emergency Procedure Fire Use foam. Liquid on skin : Flood with water and remove contaminated clothing. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. possibly dangerous. By skin Aborption : Small amounts are absorbed.0%(in air) Explosion Hazard : Moderate in an enclosed space in the presence of a source of igniting. dry Powder or CO2. If breathing has stopped or is weak or irregular. as this will result in the formation of a cloud of explosive vapor. Air : " Other Chemicals No dangerous in general.4% ~ 8.a definite cumulative action causing headache. Odor : Characteristic aromatic. Fire and Explosion Data Flash point : -11C Closed cup Auto-igniting Temp. headache and drowsiness. Other acids: no dangerous reaction. Clear liquid. Acids: Conc. Spillage : Avoid contact with liquid. give mouth to mouth or mouth to nose resuscitation. : 538C Flammable limit : 1. Effect of Liquid On Eyes : Very irritation. Continuous contact will lead to defatting and possibly secondary infection. Fire fighters should wear breathing apparatus. Vapor inhaled : Remove victim to fresh air. Extinguish sources of ignition. possibly Dangerous. continue washing for at least 15 minutes.Kim. Reactivity With Oxidizing Agents : some reaction. Version/01 BENZENE Appearance : Colorless. Salt or fresh Water : No reaction.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. When Inhaled(chronic-effect) : Can have severe systemic effect. dizziness. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 71/858쪽 . Nitric acids: some reaction. Chemical Data Formula : C6h6 Chemical Family : Hydrocarbon(aromatic) is not hygroscopic A stable compound. Continue washing for at least 10 minutes. Inform port authorities if a major spillage occurs. Wash away with water.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Beware possibility of product being in fact Crude Benzene. line system. To ascertain which type ask for details of distillation range.8790 (20/4C) Boiling Point : 79. Filling Ratio : See 1. Contact can result in blood cancer. if 76-180C then it is crude and will cause irreparable damage to coating. Suitable : Mild steel. Lube oils with low viscosity can be extremely hard to remove. Reference Code 14. Vapor return system : Possible IMO Pollution Cat. Physical Data Specific Gravity : 0. Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. If “tight” -i. As far as possible keep away from adjacent heated cargoes. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and breathing apparatus or air lines required. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material..Gon.0C Freezing Point : 5.5C product is good. Educt and mop.5-80. Generally if the viscosity is less than 100cst and the subsequent cargo is of high specification. irritability.001215/C @ 20C Vapor Density : 2. half hour drops. Stainless steel. depending on climatic conditions. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 72/858쪽 . Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. II)Gas free or inert before washing. especially form inorganic(zinc) coatings. nervousness. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Obtain the viscosity at the port to assist in cleaning the tank after discharge. product freezes at approximately 5 C and Charterer must be consulted reference heating of products. Tank cleaning : I) Can be washed directly in over-rich condition if necessary. Use ”Closed Loading” method of ullaging. Ventilate to gas free. 70. secure accommodation and recirculate air during all load/discharge cleaning and gas freeing operation. : C Cleaning code 2. To Gas free 1) Using protective clothing and breathing apparatus Educt residues before ventilating.4 Handling and Storage Recommendations Unsuitable : Certain rubbers. and it can cause blood disorders.74cS @ 20C Electrostatic Generation : Likely. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Product should be quoted as “Pure” . Container may explode violently in heat of fire.e. 5 ft. Restrict personnel on deck . Hot salt water wash. However.H. Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazards Highly inflammable and compound produced is highly toxic Vapors are toxic. pump. Ensure accommodation sealed while gas freeing.Kim. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Clear lines with Nitrogen. it is necessary to toluene float the tank.8 ~ 81. Viscosity : 0. or 2) Salt water ballast the tank overflowing. Most metals.5C Vapor Pressure : 70mmHg at 20C Coefficient of Cubic expansion : 0.7 Solubility in water : Negligible.6. Handling and Storage Materials Normal Carriage Temp. : 7C ~ 30C Normal Carriage pressure : Atmospheric. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.

Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. notify the appropriate authorities.2 : N/A PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Version/01 HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. keep out of low areas. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 73/858쪽 .. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Stay away from ends of tanks. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.H. If water pollution occurs. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.Kim. For massive fire in cargo area.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. BRAKE FLUID Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula : Depends on Manufacturer : 1118 : 3. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. if this is impossible. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 74/858쪽 . : NO Retain slops on board and discharge on passage. Boiling Point : above 180C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Below -10C Autoignition Point : 400 Operational Problems/Hazardous Exclusion of moisture essential.0/1.7 to 11.OK. Ventilate. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial. : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge YES Blanket : YES : ANY Coating. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Maintain nitrogen blanket. Average Expected Load Temp.5 making zinc a risky tank lining. Shippers can be very particular with these products. ICS Guide Page No. ) Tank Coating recommended : 108/1 : Compound : Colorless slightly viscous liquid.H. : Ambient : 40 : NIL Compoflex. : 1. Ensure tanks/lines Completely dry. gloves. Very hygroscopic. Phenoline. Bondstrand or Ship’s Lines. : Ambient. normal working gear. : Ambient. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Load via droplines for quality control. Personnel Protection. Thoroughly steam tank and lines.Reg. Hot salt water wash with chemical injection minimum 3 hours .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Educt and mop.Gon. Use vent line dessicators. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : above 100C Draeger Tube No. Note : USCG/IMO Product is not cleared AS: UCON Zinc : PH ranges 10.Kim. Boiler suit..) Correction factor Carriage Disch . (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/ Pay particular attention to dryness of tanks and lines.116 @ C Version/01 : TBA /C.

fog or regular foam.H. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. sparks. or rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 75/858쪽 . withdraw from area and let fire burn. pump. butyric alcohol. Once they have formed. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. if breathing is difficult. etc.. Fire Small fire Dry chemical .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. n-propyl carbinol : 1120 : BAN 3 2 3 : CH (CH ) OH PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. For massive fire in cargo area. may be ignited by heat. give oxygen. Wash skin with soap and water. give artificial respiration. Stay away from ends of tanks. Cleaning code 2. n-BUTYL ALCOHOL(Butanol) Synonyms UN. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. Move container from sire area if you can do it without risk. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. First Aids Move victims to fresh air and call emergency medical care. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. these gels once formed can be removed by use of a cleaning solvent. Small Leak Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal. water spray or regular foam. outdoors. propyl carbinol. Spill or Leak Shut off ignition sources. Health Hazards May be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. In case of contact with material. butanol. keep out of low areas. Vapor explosion hazard indoors. Co2. The application of hot water to these product will cause the product to degrade and may cause gels to form on the tanks surfaces. Large Spill Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.Gon. Large Fires : Water spray. Contact may irritate or burn skin and eyes. they may alter the non-volatile specification of the subsequence cargo. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Stop leak if you can do it without risk. line system pump. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus and structural firefighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. no flares. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exploded to flames until well after fire out. if not breathing. NBA.Kim. Version/01 Fire or Explosion Flammable/combustible material. Reference note 4. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.1-butanol. if this is impossible. smoking or flames in hazard area.n-butanol butyl alcohol. Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Stay upwind. No CHris Code Formula Alcohol C-4. line system. 1-hydroxybutane. or in sewers. Water spray may reduce vapor.

Short Exposure Tolerance: 150 ppm Exposure Procedure : Vapor-victim to fresh air.D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Ignited by heated. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area.8 Pollution Category –USEPA :D IMO : III Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.H..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Flash Point (F) : 103 Flammable Limits : 1. Get medical advice or attention.3 Applicable Bulk reg. Epoxy and Polyurethane must be ventilated for 24 hours after discharge/ cleaning. Avoid prolonged and repeated breathing of vapors.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.Gon. or open flame. Repeated skin contact may have a defatting action on the skin and may produce dermatitis from daily contact. sparks.46 Subchapter :D Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0. water fog. Compatibility: PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 25 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 50/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50/skin General : Causes significant injury to the eye.0) : 2. skin or eye contact. Zinc. Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Inhibitor : NO Tank Coating : Any Coating subject to coating guides.1. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. dizziness. Version/01 Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid. unless to deck tanks. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.2% Auto igniting Temp. Special fire Procedures : Water and alcohol foam may be ineffective on fire.4~ 11.5 Solubility in water : Moderate Vapor Density(air = 1. if breathing stops. flashback along vapor trail may occur. CO2.6 Handling : Normally through portable lines to droplines.Kim. Symptoms: Headache. apply artificial respiration. pungent alcohol odor Boiling Point : 117c/ 243F Freezing Point : -84c/ 0129F Specific Gravity : 0.(F) : 690 Extinguishing Agents : Dry chemical. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 76/858쪽 . foam. Reactivity Stability: Stable.81 Chemical Family : Alcohol Vapor Pressure(20C) : 8. and respiratory irritation.

Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. pump.Gon.CO .Kim. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection Protective clothing . if this is impossible. Health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Fresh water rinse. stay upwind. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. above 120F. sparks or flames. Version/01 Material: Recommended carbon steel tanks. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution. particularly on fingers and nails.. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. face shield.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethans or nitroethane. It may be necessary to ventilate to below LEL after cold pre-wash. halt hour drops. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. protective clothing. keep out of low area. Avoid contact with liquid. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. outdoors or in hazard. For massive fire in cargo area. water free n-butanol reacts with aluminum at temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 77/858쪽 . Ventilate to gas free. Fire /Small first 2 Dry chemical. Vapors can cause dermatitis. 5 ft. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Largest first Water spray fog or alcohol-resistant foam. and piping. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Desiccators may be required. line system. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. valves. Tank cleaning Cold slat water wash for minimum 1. withdraw from area and left fire burn. Educt and mop. Container may explode in heat of fire. Liquid on skin causes defatting and is irritating in eyes. may be ignited by heat. Have all-purpose canister mask available. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. Hot salt water wash. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. goggles and gloves. Otherwise is highly flammable. Tank must be odor free and dry. Vapor explosion hazard in doors. It is not sufficient to evaporate residues. Operational Problems / Hazards Exposure to vapors will diminish ability to smell vapors .H. water spray or alcohol -resistant foam. Cleaning code 2. Stay away from ends of tanks. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases. secure ignition source. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away.5 hours (to avoid fixing odor in coating).

smoking or flames in hazard area. SPILL or LEAK: Shut off ignition sources. if breathing is difficult. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Acetic acids. Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Small Spills : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.Kim.. Butyl ethanoate : 1123 : BCN 3 4 5 : CH COOC H : colorless liquid.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. In case of contact with material. Water spray may reduce vapor. fruity odor : 127c/ 260F : -77c/ -107F : 0. butyl ester. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.Gon. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 78/858쪽 . if not breathing. n-BUTYL ACETATE Synonyms UN. give artificial respiration. Wash skin with soap and water.H.88 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. First Aid: Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.butyl acetate normal butyl acetate. pleasant. Version/01 Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. no flares. give oxygen. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.

2 : 10 : 150 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 150 General : Low level of toxicity.0) : Ester : 8. Short Exposure Tolerance: 200~300 ppm produces some nose and eye irritation upon brief exposure.Gon.4~ 7.Kim. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed space. and nausea. water fog.D: Combustible liquid Electrical Group : D General: Volatile. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : No Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Any coating. Water may be ineffective.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. dizziness.O : 0.8 : slight : 4. apply artificial respiration.5 : D.H. alcohol foam. liquid irritating to skin and eyes.7 :D :C : 0. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air.(F) : 790 2 Extinguishing Agents : CO . irritation of respiratory passage and eyes. subject to coating guide.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. polyurethane and Zinc must be ventilated minimum 24hours prior to ballast or next cargo. dry chemical. nose and throat.0 Version/01 Handling : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/poison tank Ensure all lines absolutely dry. Special fire Procedures : Use of dry chemical where it can get into a tank of n-butyl acetate is not recommended. with a low flash point.6% Auto igniting Temp.1. Symptoms: Headache. vapor irritating to eyes. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) : 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 79/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Epoxy. Fires involving spills outside of tanks can be get extinguished with dry chemicals. if breathing stops. Flash Point (F) : 90 Flammable Limits : 1. cool exposed tanks with water spray.

Keep away from adjacent heat. Avoid contact with liquid. stay upwind. outdoors or in hazard. Container may explode in heat of fire. Compatibility: Material: softens and dissolves rubber and many plastics. Version/01 Skin or eye contacts. will hydrolyze (react with water) on standing to form acetic acid and n-butyl alcohol. Clear lines with Nitrogen. sparks or flames. line system. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. followed by Hot sea water wash. Fresh water rinse. Reactivity Stability: Stable. Tank cleaning Cold sea water wash for minimum 1. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Educt and mop Cleaning code 2. pump. Operational Problems/Hazards Reactions with contaminates accelerated if product in contact with heat. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. Personnel protective Protective clothing goggles and gloves. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) Reference note 7 Cargoes such as esters. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases. have all-purpose canister mask available.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. half-hour drops.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection.5 hours. Ventilate to odor free. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Vapor explosion hazard in doors.Kim. Use “Closed” ullage system. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. Get medical advice or attention. Highly flammable. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away. may be ignited by heat. 5 ft. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution. Health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. however..Gon. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 80/858쪽 . Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. Fire / PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. Liquid and vapor are irritant to eyes and skin. face shield protective clothing.H. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. NOTE :Polyurethane compoflex hoses NOT suitable with this product. Secure igniting sources. keep out of low area.

biting ester-like odor. give oxygen. In case of contact with material. Water spray may reduce vapor. smoking or flames in hazard area.water spray or alcohol -resistant foam. if not breathing .. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 81/858쪽 . n-BUTYL ACRYLATE Synonyms UN. no flares.Kim. Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. For massive fire in cargo area. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Acrylic acid. give artificial respiration. do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethans or nitroethane. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.Gon. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Wash skin with soap and water.H. : 149c/ 300F : -64c/ -83F : 0. Version/01 small first Dry chemical. withdraw from area and left fire burn. 2-propenoic acid. Butyl ester. n-butyl ester. Stay away from ends of tanks.90 : Acrylate : 3. Largest first Water spray fog or alcohol-resistant foam. if breathing is difficult. SPILL or LEAK: Shut off ignition sources. sharp. Small Spills : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. n-butyl -2-propenoate. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. if this is impossible.CO2.2 : :B PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : 2348 : BTC 2 4 9 : CH =CHCOOC H : colorless liquid.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. First Aid: Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.

9% Auto igniting Temp. Keep tank cool with water spray. which must be maintained dry. Exposure Procedure : Skin contact should be washed thoroughly with soap and water. Cargo : Group 14 of compatibility chart. face shield. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 82/858쪽 .H.0) : 0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. In case of eye contact. Handling : Use only ship’s lines.(F) : 567 Extinguishing Agents : Carbon dioxide. flush with water for 15 min. Get medical attention or advice. Have all purpose canister mask available. alcohol foam. Secure ignition sources. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable. Compatibility: Material: Compatible with steel. fire may cause violent rupture of tank.. Through a special chemical. Highly flammable liquid and vapors is toxic. Reactivity Stability: polymerizes readily on heating. watering of eyes and salivation when inhaled. Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating : Zinc or Stainless Steel.1. rather than shore direct return. Special fire Procedures : Provide fire fighters with breathing apparatus. Operational Problems/Hazards When using Draeger Tubes .Kim. water spray.divide range by two and divide reading by 2. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Draeger Tube No : 6728171 Methyl Methacrylate 50/a Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. Odors is particularly persistent and care must be taken to ensure all connections are secure and closed Ullaging/loading procedures are followed. full protective clothing.2 :O : 0. Avoid contact with liquid. Must be inhaled. stainless steel or aluminum. Flash Point (F) : 120 Flammable Limits : 1.4 : Negligible : 4.4 Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. Symptoms: Eye irritation. Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. ignited by heat and open flame.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General : Vapor and liquid are irritating.Gon. Vapor return systems may obtain “bubbling” gases. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Bondstrand NOT suitable.5~ 9.D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: The main hazard is its very easy polymerization. dry chemical.

5 hours minimum. Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all loading/discharging/cleaning and gas freeing operations.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash ( to clear inhibitor and residues) for 1.15 After initial water wash the tank. This grade need some heat. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Nitrogen blanket may be required. Health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. Container may explode in heat of fire.water spray or alcohol -resistant foam. Desiccators in vent line may be required . these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach).Educt and mop. Vapor explosion hazard in doors. Tank should be further ventilated for 24 hours before next cargo to harden coating. and using Stolt X. Restrict personnel on deck. most Authorities have stringent regulations on vapor control. exact strong odor. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. stay upwind. but reduces oxygen to inhibitor which may tend to degrade. Version/01 Use “ closed loading” Method of ullaging. No problems. pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution. half hours drops. sparks or flames.. Due to pungent and persistent odor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 83/858쪽 .H. Remarks All 3 grades are good cargoes. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. Fire / small first Dry chemical. as such same must always be avoided. Coating softens if cargo is heated by coils or by adjacent heat-void. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection..Kim. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and breathing apparatus required. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization. keep out of low area. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Ventilate to gas free and odorless(which may take 24 hour) Fresh water rinse . Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. 5 ft. chlorinated solvent recirculation. Then hot salt water wash. Smell is very persistent and odor -sensitive cargoes will not accept ex Acrylate stowage. outdoors or in hazard.Gon. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution. do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.obtain exact heating instruction . Reference note 9.CO2. -Absolutely dryness is required. Largest first Water spray fog or alcohol-resistant foam. may be ignited by heat.

Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.3 : Moderate PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. First Aid: Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.81 : Alcohol :* : : III : 0.2 :D : 1. sec. Small Spills : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.H. if this is impossible. : 99c/ 211F : -109c/ 165F : 0.Gon. no flares. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. if breathing is difficult. Ethyl methyl carbinol. Water spray may reduce vapor. Wash skin with soap and water. give artificial respiration.Kim. In case of contact with material. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 84/858쪽 . withdraw from area and left fire burn.2-hydroxybutane.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. methyl ethyl carbinol. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.sec-butanol. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Stay away from ends of tanks..BUTYL ALCOHOL Synonyms UN.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water AlcoholC-4. butylene hydrate. SPILL or LEAK: Shut off ignition sources. : 1120 : BAS 3 2 3 : CH CH CHOHCH : colorless liquid strong pleasant odor. if not breathing . 2-butanol. Version/01 nitromethans or nitroethane. give oxygen. Stop leak if you can do it without risk. For massive fire in cargo area. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. smoking or flames in hazard area.

Gon. give artificial respiration if breathing stops.. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart.1 : Unavailable : 100 : 100 General : Avoid inhalation of high vapor concentrations. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Avoid contact with liquid. Symptoms: Headache.Kim.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible : Any Coating.0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 85/858쪽 . Flashback along vapor trail may occur. Version/01 : Flammable liquid :D General: Dangerous when exposed to heat or flame. Operational Problems/ Hazards Moderately Toxic Irritant to eyes and skin. secure ignition sources. dry chemical.6 : Compoflex and Ship’s Lines. Reactivity Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material: usual materials of construction are suitable.. Dangerous fire risk. have all purpose canister mask available. and dizziness. Vapor Density(air = 1. Personnel Protective Boiler suit. gloves and goggles.8% at 212 F Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 763 2 Extinguishing Agents : CO . protective clothing. Get medical help. See appendix 1. alcohol foam. water fog. skin or eye contact.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air . Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective on fire. prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause defatting of the skin and may produce dermatitis from daily contact. face shield.7 ~ 9.exception to the chart. short Exposure Tolerance: 150 ppm for 30 min. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.H. Flash Point (F) : 74 Flammable Limits : 1. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.C Electrical Group : 2.

Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. withdraw from area and left fire burn. Wash skin with soap and water. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Version/01 Tank Cleaning : Cold salt water wash to dispose residues. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. SPILL or LEAK: Shut off ignition sources. Water spray may reduce vapor. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Stay away from ends of tanks. Container may explode in heat of fire. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution. First Aid: Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. stay upwind. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away. if breathing is difficult. if not breathing . Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. may be ignited by heat. outdoors or in hazard. Educt and mops. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. Cleaning code 2. pump. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. keep out of low area. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Hot salt water wash 5 ft. In case of contact with material. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 86/858쪽 . give artificial respiration. no flares. line system.water spray or alcohol -resistant foam. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.. Largest first Water spray fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Stop leak if you can do it without risk.Gon. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethans or nitroethane. Vapor explosion hazard in doors. smoking or flames in hazard area. Fire / small first Dry chemical. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Small Spills : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.H. sparks or flames. For massive fire in cargo area. isolate hazard area and deny entry. half-hours drops (Check LEL) Fresh water rinse.Kim.CO2.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. give oxygen. if this is impossible.

: Clear and oily with characteristic odor. Santicizer 160 : TBA :3 : C4 H9 COOC6 H4 COOH2 C6 H5 : 36 : Ester.Kim. : : : Ambient. : Ambient. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : ANY Coating. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 87/858쪽 . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.H.Gon. Average Expected Load Temp. : Ambient : 34 : No violent reactions : Preferably portable lines via droplines. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended : BBP..Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.

When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). Vapor pressure is Low. fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. Reference note 8.H. adiptate. odor and gases free. phthalate.3dihydroxybutane. Nitrogen blanket for stack tanks. : Practically colorless. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Hot salt water wash. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : A Vapor Return System Reg.e. odorless liquid : 207C/ 406 F : 23C/ 74 F : 1. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 190 C Draeger Tube No. 1. Version/01 Cleaning code 3. : NO Retain slops on board and discharge on passage. although liquid in eyes will cause irritation. 1. Personnel Protection. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Normal protective clothing goggles.3-BUTYLENE GLYCOL Synonyms UN.10 : Compoflex or ship’s lines. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Educt and mop.3-butanediol. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. : Boiling Point : 370 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Below -10C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Hazards are negligible.0) Handling Inhibitor Butane-1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : ++ : BUG 2 2 3 : CH OHCH CH(OH)CH .06 : :D : LOW :D : LOW : Complete : 3.Kim. Methyltrimethylene Glycol.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. (B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/Chlorides/ Ensure tank is dry. Fresh water rinses.Gon. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. Un-compliance cargo. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 88/858쪽 . half-hour drops with chemicals injection Ventilate to odor free. 5 ft. Beta-Butyleneglycol. 1..3-diol. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Make sue lines/tank/pump is clean and dry before loading/discharging.01 : Glycol : 0.

5 hour drops Ventilate. alcohol foam. Operational Problems/hazards Check if technical or food grade. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. No Problem. carbon dioxide or dry chemical. skin or eye contact. remarks: ++ Unassigned. Version/01 : Purge : NO Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel . Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable.Kim. : Cool exposed tanks with water. Can react with oxidizing materials. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. See also appendix 1 . Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Restrictions on Zinc. Check locally. Ventilate Educt and mop.E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.0. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line dessicator may be required.H. Low toxicity. :D : Slight fire hazard when exposed to heated or flame. It is a good cargo.Exceptions to the chart.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance : Combustible liquid. Personnel Protection Boiler suit and gloves. Some shippers may require product to be heated.remove victim to fresh air. Thoroughly steam tank and lines. : Unavailable. . : 250 : Unavailable : 710 : Water.Gon.gently flush contaminated areas with water for 15 Min. Epoxy or polyurethane. : Unavailable. : 0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 89/858쪽 .0 : Unavailable : Unavailable : " : Not considered toxic under ordinary conditions of handling. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Reactivity Stability: Stable.. Tank Cleaning Hot salt water wash 5ft. Both grade are fine Glycols needing good tanks.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

butyl ether.H. Cleaning code 1.Kim.1. these gels once formed can be removed by use of a cleaning solvent. etc. line system pump.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating 1-butoxy butane. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure (20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure (psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Epoxy. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. they may alter the non-volatile specification of the subsequence cargo. pleasant ether like odor : 142c/ 288F : -95c/ -140 F : 0.5 : Compoflex or ship’s lines : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. n-BUTYL ETHER Synonyms UN.1-oxybis(butane) : 1149 : DBE 4 9 2 : (C H ) O : Colorless liquid. dibutyl oxide. or polyurethane Zinc not Recommended.46 Subchapter Vapors pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density (air = 1.Gon. Some are water reactive. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible.4 : Negligible : 4. Version/01 Reference note 4. Once they have formed. dibutyl ether. n-dibutyl ether. mild.8 : :C :+ :O : 0. dibutyl ether di-n-butyl ether.767 : Ether : 4.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. The application of hot water to these product will cause the product to degrade and may cause gels to form on the tanks surfaces. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 90/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water..

Wear goggles or face shield. Liquid irritates eyes and irritates skin or prolonged contact. tin. Ground all equipment and personnel! Flash Point (F) : 92 Flammable Limits : 1. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable : Unavailable : " : " General : Vapor irritating causes irritation of nose and throat. induce vomiting. Water may be ineffective. tends to from explosive peroxides in air. flashback long vapor trail may occur. If conscious. However. glass. Speed is of primary Importance. Spill or Leak Procedure Mechanically contain material and remove. porcelain.5~ 7. secure ignition sources. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed areas. rubber gloves. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 91/858쪽 . Short Exposure Tolerance: Data not available. Compatibility: Material: Iron.D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General: Flammable. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.Gon. stay upwind. administer artificial respiration or oxygen as necessary remove contaminated clothing. Cool exposed containers with water. irritating vapors are produced.(F) : 382 Extinguishing Agents : Dry chemical.Kim. alcohol foam. Exposure Procedure: Remove to fresh air. when anhydrous(dry). stainless steel.H.6% Auto igniting Temp. Personnel Protection Boiler suit and gloves. Operational Problems/Hazards Dangerous fire hazard. Ground all equipment and personnel ! remarks: + unavailable. Get medical attention. protective clothing.co2. Wear face shield and rubber gloves.. May form explosive petroxides. and enamel are suitable for containers. Liquid irritates eyes and irritates skin or prolonged contact. Secure ignition sources. Beware of flashback along vapor trail. Flush areas with large amounts of water. Symptoms: Inhalation causes irritation of nose and throat. Tank Cleaning PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. aluminum. Reactivity Stability: Stable. Special fire Procedures: containers may explode in fire.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. polyethylene.

Vapor explosion hazard in doors. Hot salt water minimum 3 hours. First Aid: Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin.Kim. sparks or flames. Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. Stay away from ends of tanks. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. line system. Cold salt water pre-wash. if breathing is difficult. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. pump. do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethans or nitroethane. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.Gon. In case of contact with material.water spray or alcohol -resistant foam. Small Spills : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. no flares. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution.CO2. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Wash skin with soap and water. Largest first Water spray fog or alcohol-resistant foam. withdraw from area and left fire burn. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Ventilate. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 92/858쪽 . isolate hazard area and deny entry.H. may be ignited by heat. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Container may explode in heat of fire. smoking or flames in hazard area. Ventilate . Stop leak if you can do it without risk. SPILL or LEAK: Shut off ignition sources. stay upwind. Educt and mop. keep out of low area. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. Steam tank and lines. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor. outdoors or in hazard. Fire /small first Dry chemical. give oxygen. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. give artificial respiration. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away.. if this is impossible. if not breathing . For massive fire in cargo area. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

: YES : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Any Coating.5 : :D : Low :O : 0.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.4% : 4.Kim.88 : Acrylate(monomer) : 3.29 : 0. Version/01 BUTYL METHACRYLATE Synonyms Butyl 2-methacrylate. Note : Compoflex hoses NOT suitable with this product. : 155c/ 311F : -33c/ -29 F : 0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 93/858쪽 . UN.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. n-butyl alpha-methacrylate.Gon. metharylic acid. butyl ester.butyl 2-methyl-2-propenoate.n-butyl methacrylate. colorless liquid with typical acrylate odor.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Recommended PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : 2227 : BMN 2 3 4 9 : CH =C(CH )COOC H : Clear.H. Ventilate prior to next cargo.. but subject to coating guide.9 : Portable lines to dropline or ship’s lines to Deck/poison tanks. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.

: 1.2 : less than 50 : Unavailable : Unavailable General : Mild skin irritant. Followed by hot salt water wash. dry chemical or foam : Use water spray to cool fire exposed tanks. Tank Cleaning Cold salt water wash for minimum 1. have all-purpose canister mask available.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.mild irritation and reddening of skin.1. Ventilate to odor free. goggles. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. exposure to oxidizers will initiate polymerization. Odor is very persistent. Exposure Procedure : Skin.Gon. Inhalation.Kim.wash cool water for 15 min. and then oxygen. 5 ft. protective clothing. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Eyes. Fresh water rinse. Operational Problem/Hazards Will polymerize unless inhibitor Assist action of inhibitor. Ingestion Amy cause serious permanent damage or death. Symptoms: Skin. : 105 : 2 ~ 8% (estimated) : 562 : Carbon dioxide. Some shippers will not accept this product as “last cargo” Clear lines with Nitrogen.H. gloves. Liquid and vapor cause irritation of eyes and skin. Educt and mop PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Administer artificial respiration if necessary.5 hour(to prevent polymerization) as soon as possible after discharge. In all cases call a doctor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 94/858쪽 . face shield. therefore no Nitrogen blanket (see remark) Keep away from adjacent heat.remove victim to fresh air.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) Version/01 : Combustible liquid :D : Heat will increase generation of toxic fumes. Inhalation-irritation of mucous membranes and respiratory tract. half -hour drops. Cargo :Group 14 of compatibility chart.wash affected areas with plenty of water. secure all ignition sources. Reactivity Stability: Butyl methacrylate is relatively stable if properly inhibited. Personnel Protection Protective clothing. Can be absorbed through skin and lungs.. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1100 ppm for 1 hour. Compatibility: Material : stainless steel is acceptable. Clean up liquid with paper towels and burn under hood.

Kim.Gon. Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization.H. Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. Vapor return line used for loading and transfer. stay upwind. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. Note : As some manufacturers use different inhibitors. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Container may explode in heat of fire. Tank must be dry. pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution. Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away. occasionally a Nitrogen blanket may be required. Consult Shipper if in doubt. Subsequent ventilation/warm air blow may be required prior to next cargo. may be ignited by heat. keep out of low area. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 95/858쪽 . as such same must always be avoided.15 After initial water wash the tank. outdoors or in hazard. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. sparks or flames. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. Version/01 Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. USCG/IMO Inhibitor brand and amount must be reported. Handling : No foreign material such as water/residue/previous cargo must not come in contact with this readily polymerizing product Tank/line/pumps valves must be 100% clean and dry before loading. and using Stolt X. Reference note 9. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining. chlorinated solvent recirculation. Vapor explosion hazard in doors.

butyl aldehyde. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel or zinc. or portable lines to droplines. Flashback along vapor trail may occur.Kim.8 :O : 8.82 : Aldehyde : 91.48 : Ship’s lines to deck/poison tanks. These vapors are readily ignited by static sparks of relatively low energy. butyraldehyde.butyric aldehyde.0 : 6.5% : 2. Version/01 n-BUTYRALDEHYDE Synonyms UN. : 1129 : BTR 3 2 2 :CH CH CH CHO : Colorless liquid.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. : Flammable liquid :C General: Fire are difficult to control because of the ease with which the vapors re-ignited. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area.. butanal.H. pungent odor.C Electrical Group Butaldehyde. : 76c/ 169 F : -99c/ -146F : 0.Gon. n-butanal. n-butyl aldehyde.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 96/858쪽 . Preferably.5 : :B : 4. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

is helpful. Odor is persistent. therefore a Nitrogen blanket will be required. and burning sensation in throat and nose. Cargo : Group 19 of compatibility chart.1. Fresh water rinse-Educt and mop. when administered by trained personnel. Wash tank immediately after discharge. Note : Product must be carried under nitrogen/inert gas pressure(Constant) . Operational Problems/Hazards Liquid is inflammable and can cause eye damage. Product tends to react with air. Compatibility: Material : mild steel is corroded by butyric formed in presence of air. Short Exposure Tolerance: Animal experiments have shown that large doses produce depression of the central nervous system and anesthesia. gloves.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected area with water for 15 min. Rags used to wipe up small spills should be immersed in water or removed to a safe area without delay Otherwise they may ignite spontaneously. half-hour drops with chemical injection.Gon. Reactivity Stability: Oxidizes to butyric acid readily. Scoop up. Keep tank cool with water spray. 5 ft. Secure ignition sources. Vapor is irritating to eyes. Special fire Procedures : fire parties should wear body and respiratory protection to guard against both inhalation and liquid contact. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. goggles. Add small amount of water and mix. Also a dessicator in the vent line may be required. Exposure Procedure: Vapor. Ventilate to odor free. Skin or eyes contact. water fog and alcohol foam.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. fight fire from a safe distance or from a protected location.H. Symptoms: Coughing.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 20(cc) : 2. If possible.. cover spill with sodium bisulfate.0046 : Unavailable : Unavailable. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 97/858쪽 . When slops drained out steam tank and lines.6% : 446 : Co2. General : Irritation and burns of the skin and eyes follow contact of short duration. Version/01 Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Get medical advice or attention. Ventilate to ensure tank drained .47 ~10. Breathing apparatus on standby. 2 hour minimum. Oxygen. self-contained breathing apparatus.Kim. watering of eyes.remove victim to fresh air. apply artificial respiration. skin and Lungs. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. dry chemical.2 : 0. Wash the site with soap solution. Followed by Hot salt water wash. Personnel Protection Protective clothing. if breathing stops. protective clothing. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 2. Tank cleaning Thorough cold salt water wash.

Contact may produce irritating or poisonous gases.H. Flash Point (F) : 175 Flammable Limits : 2~10% Auto igniting Temp.. pungent putrid odor : 164c/ 327 F : -5c/ 23 F : 0.Gon.E Electrical Group : Butanic acid.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Fire or Explosion: Flammable /combustible material.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. may be ignited by heat. : NO : Purge: NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Only. propanecarboxylic acid. sparks or flames. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.butanoic acid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 98/858쪽 . Container may explode in heat of fire. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Runoff from fire or dilution water may cause pollution. : Combustible liquid :D General: Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. n-BUTYRIC ACID Synonyms UN. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. pump. propylformic acid. Bondstrand and Stainless steel line. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.96 : Organic acid :0 :D :D : Low :O : 0.Kim.(F) : 846 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. outdoors or in hazard. stay upwind. butyric acid ethylacetic acid. : 2820 : BRA 3 2 2 : CH CH CH COOH : Colorless liquid.keep out of low area. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Emergency action: Keep unnecessary people away.04 : Compoflex. line system. Yield flammable vapors which form explosive mixtures.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. vapors may cause dizziness or suffocating. isolate hazard area and deny entry. health hazard: may be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapor explosion hazard in doors.07 : Complete : 3.

and disinfectants.Gon. Emulsifying agents and sweetening gasoline. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 2.0 : 0. Synthetic. Penetrating odor. Get medical attention. Ventilate Educt and mop. severely irritating with moderate burns.H. liquid contact. Body shield and self-contained breathing apparatus should be available.3. remove contaminated clothing. Mix and add water if needed for good mixing.percent solution of the acid. Eliminate all sources of ignition. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective. Cargo: Group 4 of compatibility chart. Operational Problems/Hazards Combustible. Scoop up slurry. skin irritation. throat. Thoroughly steam tank and line. Reactivity Stability: Can react with oxidizing material. Wash site with soda ash solution. if possible. cover spill with large quantities of soda ash or sodium bicarbonate. Exposure Procedure: Contact with skin or eyes. wear eye protection and protection clothing. Compatibility: Material storage tanks and piping can be of stainless steel or aluminum. Use in pharmaceuticals. throat and skin irritation. Low toxicity. Reagent and Technical. protective clothing. Symptoms: Vapor-eye. immediately flush with plenty of clear running water. if breathing is difficult.Kim.. Personnel Protection Chemical suit gloves and goggles. Wash eyes for 15 min. Avoid contact with liquid. alcohol. Extinguishing Agents Version/01 : Dry chemical. Vapor causes eye.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Inhalation. Move to fresh air. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 99/858쪽 . and get medical care. give oxygen. Grade: Edible. Short Exposure Tolerance: Eyes are seriously injured by a five. Corrosive to most metals. Tank Cleaning Hot salt water wash (check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free. face shield. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.001 : Unavailable : Unavailable General : Skin contact may be severely irritating or may cause moderate burns. Eyes are seriously injured by liquid contact. foam or foam or carbon dioxide. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. delimiting agent.

Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. First AID Move victim to fresh air. Small spill : Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal.stop leak if you can do it without risk. Fire/ Some of these materials may react violently with water. Keep victim quite and maintain normal body temperature. Health hazards Contact cause burns to skin and eyes.. In case of contact with material. fog or regular foam. Positive pressure self contained apparatus and structural firefighter’s protective clothing will provide limited protection. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. call emergency medical care.H. Keep out of low areas. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Some are water reactive. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Small fires: Dry chemical. move containers from spill area. water spray or regular foam. Spill or leak: Do not touch or walk through spilled materials . Large fire : Water spray. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.Gon. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Small dry Spill : With clean shovel place materials into clean. dry container and cover loosely. Stay away from ends of tanks.Kim. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. Large Spill: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Version/01 Cleaning code 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 100/858쪽 . Stay upwind. If inhaled. may be harmful. CO2.

Reg.35 @ 20 C : /C. USCG Compatibility chart Group No : : TBA : : C22 C12 Solution in water : 40A : Inorganic salt in water. also with concentrated mineral acids. : NO : Portable lines via droplines. : Clear pale yellow liquid odorless. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . giving off heat.) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. : 1. : Ambient. : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : ANY Coating. Normal protective clothing goggles. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : Non-Flammable : : 115 C : % to % : -10C : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. : Ambient. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.H.Kim. Average Expected Load Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 101/858쪽 . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Operational Problems/Hazardous Personnel Protection. : Ambient : Reactivity: Reacts with hydroxides to form insoluble calcium hydroxide. Version/01 CALCIUM CHLORINE LIQUEUR Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.

and Stainless Steel.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Gum camphor. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. Ventilate to gas and odor free.87~1.Kim. Retain slops on board and discharge on passage. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Uses : De-icer. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 0. Educt and mop. Drying oil : NO Version/01 CAMPHOR OIL Synonyms UN. White camphor oil : 1130 : CPO 10 16 :C H O : Oily liquid.H.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. brown or blue penetrating camphor odor.D : Combustible Liquid Electrical Group :D General: Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat. impure camphor.(F) : 466 Extinguishing Agents : foam. liquid camphor. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Hot salt water wash. : ~200c ~392F : : 0. Polyurethane. : NO : Purge: NO Blanket : NO : Epoxy. Fresh water rinse.04 : Ketone : 392 : :B :+ :O :+ : Slight : NP : No specific handling regulations..46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.1.Gon. carbon dioxide or dry chemical Special fire Procedures : Cool exposed tanks with water. light camphor oil. colorless. Flash Point (F) : 117(cc) Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 102/858쪽 . the solid often evaporates without first melting.1 : Unavailable : Unavailable : " PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

rubber gloves. Reactivity Stability: Stable. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water Reference note The temperature of the wash water should not exceed 10-20 degree C above the discharge temperature of the product. Get medicine attention for eye contact. Educt and mop Cleaning code 5. get medical attention for eye contact. flush skin or eyes with plenty of low-pressure water. flush area with water. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Check locally for possible heating instructions dependent on shipper. Avoid contact with liquid.. smarting and Redding of the skin may result. with chemical injection Ventilate. if spilled on clothing and allowed to remain. minimum 3 hours. Can react with oxidizing materials. protective clothing. excitation and convulsions. Fresh water rinse. Causes nausea. face shield.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. Health Hazards May be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. goggles. headache. Compatibility: Material: Cargo : Group 18 of compatibility chart. sparks. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. A moderate irritant locally. Version/01 General : Vapors are non-irritating to the eyes and throat. nausea and vomiting.Gon. secure ignition sources. avoid contact with liquid. Vapor explosion hazard indoors. Personnel Protection Boiler suit . dizziness.Kim. Symptoms: after swallowing. remarks: + Unavailable. shut off leak. jerk movements. Short Exposure Tolerance: Reliable data unavailable. or in sewers. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 103/858쪽 . Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Operational Problems/Hazards Relatively non-hazardous. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber. confusion.H. outdoors. non-volatile therefore vapor hazard is not high. Contact may irritate or burn skin and eyes. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. may be ignited by heat. vomiting. Higher temperatures can cause to stick on the bulkheads. Exposure Procedure : In case of contact. Fire or Explosion Flammable/combustible material. Tank Cleaning Hot salt-water wash.

withdraw from area and let fire burn. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus and structural fire fighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. if not breathing. Version/01 Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. In case of contact with material. water spray or regular foam. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 104/858쪽 . Move container from sire area if you can do it without risk. or rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire out. keep out of low areas. For massive fire in cargo area. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. if this is impossible. Large Spill Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Co2. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Stop leak if you can do it without risk.Kim. First Aids Move victims to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Fire Small fire Dry chemical . if breathing is difficult. Stay upwind. Water spray may reduce vapor. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Large Fires : Water spray. no flares. give oxygen.Gon. Spill or Leak Shut off ignition sources. smoking or flames in hazard area. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Small Leak Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. give artificial respiration. isolate hazard area and deny entry. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. fog or regular foam. Wash skin with soap and water.H. Stay away from ends of tanks. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.

. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 105/858쪽 . ) Tank Coating recommended : Prpylene Triglycol ether with a Molecular weight Greater than 3800 : TBA : : 3[CH2(OCH2 C2 H4)OH]n where n=150 : 40A : Polypylene Triglycol Ethers. Fresh water rinse. : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : 390 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Low vapor pressure therefore fire and toxic hazards negligible.Kim. : NO Retain slops on board and discharge on passage. These products can be removed by PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Average Expected Load Temp.Reg. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Trade name for polyether polyol blends used as a rigid polyurethane foam component. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Personnel Protection.Gon. : Portable lines via droplines.02 @ 20 C : 0.H. : 1.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Version/01 CARADOLS Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : Above 205 C Draeger Tube No. : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : ANY Coating.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Cold salt water wash to disperse residues Warm salt water wash minimum 3 hour. Educt and mop. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. : 30 C : : Reacts with organic Isocyanates to give large volume of foam. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank and line to be thoroughly dry. : Colorless viscous liquid mild odor. Liquid in eyes causes mild irritation. Normal protective clothing goggles.00068 /C. : 30 C : 30 C. Cleaning code 2.

line system. Ensure all residues removed PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection. Not Zinc. Version/01 water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.300 C : : Below 0 : N/A Operational Problems/Hazardous Fire hazard. : Compoflex or ship’s line Not Bondstrand : No ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel.H. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) CARBOLIC OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : 40A : A mixture or hydrocarbons. particularly liver and Kidneys. Di and Tri Alkylated Phenols. Chemical suit. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. phenol and mono. pump. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : A Vapor Return System Reg.. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 70 C : : 200. : Ambient. Avoid contact with skin.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. coal tar type smell. : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Negligible Hot salt water wash. Average Expected Load Temp. : Brown mobile liquid Characteristic .Reg.0001/C. : Ambient : 21 : NO significant Reactions. gloves and goggles.Kim. Destroyed contamination footwear. : Ambient.Gon. Epoxy or polyurethane. Phenol and cresol content can be absorbed causing poisoning. : 0.99 @ 15 C : 0. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : Middle Oils : TBA :2 : Complex mixture.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 106/858쪽 .

these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). chlorinated solvent recirculation. Use protective clothing and mask when loading/ Discharge. Note : Avoid and contact with this health hazardous product .Gon. Wash water temperature Code ( C ) Hot water (55 degree C up to the maximum allowed by the tank coating manufacture).H. Reference note. Handle same as Phenol. Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water-soluble. Fresh water rinse.Kim. Steam tank and lines . 9 After initial water wash the tank. Educt and mop. pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Version/01 Obtained from distillation of coal Tar ( Boiling range 190C -250C) and containing Naphthalene. Ventilate to gas and odor free. and using Stolt X. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. Phenol and Cresols. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 107/858쪽 .. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining.

26 : Sulfide : 297 :B :B : 10. Carbon bisulfide.(F) Extinguishing Agents : -22(cc) : 1. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.21 : 4/skin : 10/skin : Vapor harmful.3 ~ 44% : 212 2 : CO .3 :O : 10. avoid skin contact with liquid.22% : 2.. bare electric light bulb can cause ignition.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Carbon disulphide. strong Disagreeable odor. or dry chemical Special fire Procedures: a self contained breathing apparatus is recommended.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating : Depending on manufacturer See coating lists. : 46c/ 115F : -111c/ -167F : 1. General: highly flammable liquid with unusually low auto ignition temp. : 1131 : CBB 2 : CS : Colorless liquid.5 : 0. when burning.64 : : NO : Purge : YES Blanket : YES Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. carbon disulfide produces sulfur dioxide. Dangerous reaction with Zinc.Gon. burning releases irritating and toxic sulfur dioxide gas (SO2).Kim.2. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Version/01 CARBON DISULFIDE Synonyms UN. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 108/858쪽 .3 : 0. Wear protection clothing. Dithiocarbonic anhydride.carbon bisulphide. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms: : 2. Which is toxic and highly irrigating.H. Fight fire from a safe distance or from a protected location. contact with steam line or hot.B : Flammable liquid Electrical Group : No electrical equipment allowed.

Restrict personnel on deck. Stay upwind. Personnel Protection Total protection suit. Compatibility: Material: May be slightly corrosive to metals of construction due to impurities. Severe fire hazards/ Avoid contact with heated steam line etc. which can cause blistering of skin. In case of contact with material.4. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus and chemicals protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. It may provide little or no thermal protection . Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operations. Under conditions encountered on tank-ship and barges.9. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Fresh water rinse. administer oxygen. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Have carbon dioxide fire extinguisher available.4. Softens rubber and many plastics. Isolate for 1/2 miles in all directions if tank. See special carriage requirements for this cargo: IMO chapter IV. prolonged contact with skin may cause burns. Must be slipped with pad of inert gas. Effects may be delayed. Carried under water pad and nitrogen blanket. Cold wash.Keep victim quite and maintain normal body temperature. Tank cleaning Discharge procedure includes flushing all lines/pumps to shore ex water pad over cargo therefore negligible slops remain on board. Get medical attention as soon as possible. First Aids Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. if breathing is difficult.Gon. dizziness.Kim.. Eliminate flammable and all sources of ignition. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1100 ppm for 1/2 hour may cause severe symptoms and Unconsciousness 4815 ppm for 1 hour has been reported as fatal. or tank truck is involved in fire. Note the low auto ignition temp (212F) Operational Problems/Hazards Very low Autoignition temperature. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.H. Reactivity Stability: Cargo tanks should be isolate from high temperature fluids.14. safety glasses. Version/01 Exposure Procedure : Remove to fresh air. Cargo: Group 38 of compatibility chart. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 109/858쪽 . Health Hazards Poisonous may be fatal if inhaled. Keep victim under observation. give oxygen.1. Use “ Closed loading” system. rail car. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. 4. Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. steam away from heat. protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus. Structural firefighter’s protective clothing is not effective for these materials. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Educt and mop. Light-headaches. give artificial respiration if unconscious. if not breathing give artificial respiration. Avoid contact with either liquid or vapor. Runoff from control or dilution water may cause pollution. Breathing apparatus. carton disulfide is not dangerously reactive. if breathing is difficult. keep out of low areas.

removes victim to fresh air. The odor threshold is not considered adequate warning of potentially dangerous vapor concentration. carbon tet.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2. Boiling Point : 76C/ 168F Freezing Point : -23c/ -9 F Specific Gravity : 1. if breathing stops..9 Pollution Category –USEPA :A IMO :B Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 3.90 ppm for 4 hour. polyurethane. or 2000 ppm for 6 hour. Cool tanks near fire with water. if breathing is difficult administer oxygen. sweetish odor. but these coating restricted on time and moisture content . Short Exposure Tolerance: Little or no injury from single exposure to 300 ppm for one hour. Synonyms PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.1.(F) : Extinguishing Agents : Special fire Procedures : Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Symptoms: Drowsiness followed by unconsciousness and by respiratory failure if exposure is prolonged.H. epoxy. liquid or vapor in contact with hot metal can form poisonous phosgene gas. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 110/858쪽 . hazardous liquid Electrical Group : NA General : Does not burn.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 5.49 Handling : Portable lines to droplines Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless steel or zinc. UN. Consult coating guide.Gon. Exposure Procedure : Vapor.0) : 5. Version/01 CARBON TETRACHLORIDE Benzinoform.Kim. methane tet Necatornia. Breathing vapor in closed space can cause serious illness.4 Solubility in water : Insoluble Vapor Density(air = 1. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade: Nonflammable.4 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 50* PEL/TWA(ppm) :2 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin General : Suspect carcinogen. Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause defeating of the skin. Flash Point (F) : Flammable Limits : Auto igniting Temp. No : 1846 CHris Code : CBT 4 Formula : CCI Family : Halocarbon (Aliphatic) Appearance-Odor : colorless liquid. Tetrachloromethane. Normally. perchloromethane.59 Chemical Family : Halogenated Hydrocarbon Vapor Pressure(20C) : 90.8 Applicable Bulk reg.

Avoid contact with liquid. However. etc. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Ventilate. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Tank Cleaning Using protective clothing and breathing apparatus Educt residues and ventilate to gas free.removes contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. checking tank bottom for gas carefully. Exercise caution when entering tanks. Whenever a chlorinated solvent is the last cargo or used in the cleaning process and the tank will not be adversely affected.Kim. Use ”Closed Loading” methods of ullaging. most tonnage allowed is that equal to tank total capacity of SW(1. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. aluminum and rubber. Operational Problems/Hazards Product is non-flammable. self-contained breathing apparatus. Fresh water wash to flushing pump and lines. Vapor is up to 5 times heavier than air and will tend to “lie” on vessel in still conditions.Gon. Version/01 Apply artificial respiration. Contact with liquid causes irritation and possible infection and contributes to exposure to vapors. Keep away from heat as possible involvement of phosgene gas Tanks. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. in some coating product may have to be ventilated to dryness prior to washing. lines.. Cleaning code 1. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and breathing apparatus. Reactivity Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material: becomes corrosive when in contact with water. Alternatively cold salt water wash to remove residues. Some are water reactive. DO NOT give victim any preparation containing alcohol because it could be fatal. Nitrogen blankets may be required to reduce ingress of moisture. Restrict personnel on deck. TLV figure include absorption via mucous membranes. For vegetable oil cargoes. May make gas-freeing operations prolonged. Secure accommodation and recirculate air. Thoroughly steam tank and line. however. and protective clothing. Hazards both vapors and liquids is very dangerous to health Handle with mask and protective clothing.) to protect the coating. may be fatal if inhaled. Unless tank strengthened. Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water.025). ventilation etc. pumps. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. must be absolutely dry. corrosive to most iron and copper base alloys. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Skin or eye contact.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. vapor when inhaled are highly toxic. Get medical advice or attention. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 111/858쪽 . Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible.H. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart. then fresh water rinse. Reference note 16.Educt and mop. warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. the tank pump and line systems must be hot water washed for a minimum of two hours after taking necessary precautions (alcohol flushing.

Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Stay away from ends of tanks.H. Small Dry spills. Version/01 Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. give oxygen. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. do not scatter the material. give artificial respiration. dry container and cover loosely. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. keep out of low areas. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available.Kim. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. In case of contact with material. move containers from spill area. if not breathing. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. water spray or regular foam. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. FIRE Small Fires:. With clean shovel place material into clean.Gon. Fight fire from maximum distance.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Dry chemical. keep victim under observation. Fully-encapsulating. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Dike fire. CARBOLIC OIL Synonyms IMO No : : TBA PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stay upwind.. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 112/858쪽 . if breathing is difficult.control water for later disposal.

Ensure pump and line are thoroughly flushed Steaming may be required. Average Expected Load Temp. Product absorbs water and Nitrogen blanket and vent line dessiccator usually required to reduce ingress of moisture. : 20 -40 C : 34 : NO reactions .Reg. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. gloves and goggles. : 43A : Glycidyl Ester.. Load & discharge overhead . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.60 C Autoignition Point : N/A Vapor pressure very low. Use portable MP on “old” line system. Vapor apparently has no effects. half-hours drops. : Portable lines to droplines Ensure all lines and tanks absolutely dry. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 120/248 C Draeger Tube No. Educt and mop. : Ambient : 40 C . but absorbs water. 5 ft.Gon. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank and line must be dry Product is very color sensitive. : Clear colorless highly mobile liquid with mild odor. shipper should be consulted on heating requirements as these vary. Epoxy or polyurethane consult coating guides. : 0. Ventilate to odor free.H. Fresh water rinse . A shell product. : Boiling Point : 275 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : .Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 113/858쪽 .9745 @ 15 C Version/01 : 0. : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water: Negligible Drying oil : NO Hot salt water wash. Chemical suit. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Personnel Protection. : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Always use nitrogen blanket.00078 /C. liquid causes irritation and may cause mild conjunctivitis in eyes. Operational Problems/Hazardous Non-toxic.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . ) Tank Coating recommended : TBA : Complex .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

: 19 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim.Gon. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) CASHEW NUT OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. chlorinated solvent recirculation. pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 114/858쪽 . Version/01 Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble.H. Wash water temperature Code ( C ) Hot water (55 degree C up to the maximum allowed by the tank coating manufacture).. After initial water wash the tank.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. 90% Anacardic acids. Reference note 9. and using Stolt X. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. : Cardanoll * : N/A :3 : Contains approx. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining. There are several ways to increase permanganate time.

: 0. : Boiling Point : 180. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Reg.230 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous In untreated form is highly.Gon. strong irritant . Chemical suit.Kim. gloves and goggles. Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. : Ambient. causing blisters similar to that of poison ivy. Ask for literature dealing with prevention and remedies. ) Tank Coating recommended : N/A.96 @ C Version/01 : : Ambient. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : Draeger Tube No. therefore should be kept away from heated cargo. sticky liquid. Polymerizes on heating. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 115/858쪽 . : Dark. viscous. NY barges haven’t handled this product in years. Educt and mop.. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Retain on board -discharge on passage as per regulation Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Drying oil : NO Cold wash to remove residues.H. then drain tank Hot wash with chemical injection Fresh water rinse or steam Ventilate.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. Personnel Protection.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Be sure to check barging before booking. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Product is toxic and a strong irritate especially to light skinned people. : Ambient : 34 : Forms condensation products with Aldehydes : No specific handling regulations. Ships or shore lines. Polyurethane Epoxy and Zinc Silicate are unsuitable. NOTE: This product may cause discoloration of tank coating and cleaning may be difficult and subsequent contamination of susceptible products may occur.

. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Version/01 Cleaning code 3. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Alizarin Asst. Soluable castor oil.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. CASTOR OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.e. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 116/858쪽 . Family Appearance and character Ricirus Oil. Alizarin Oil. Castor oil sulphorated. : N/A :3 : N/A : 19 : Ester.Kim.Gon. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H. Turkey red oil.

Version/01 Water white to pale yellow liquid. Average Expected Load Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 117/858쪽 . Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. May required food grade tank before being acceptable to load this product.Reg.95@ 25 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart.) Correction factor : Carriage : Ambient. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 34 Reactivity : Basically non-reactive.Gon. : Ambient. normal working gear. Boiler suit . Should therefore be washed as soon as possible.the FFA is usual around 1 % .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cleaning code 3. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : 204-260 C Draeger Tube No. slightly turbid. Educt and Mop B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank must dry No heat needed in warm climate seasons. : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Pre-Clean with Cold water to remove residues. having slight sediment. Disch . Epoxy or polyurethane. Personnel Protection. Product is expensive so be sure to have tanks/ line and pumps clean and dry.) Tank Coating recommended : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel.. : Boiling Point : 313 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Below 0 Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous A non-drying oil which is made drying by dehydrating. Grades . Specific Gravity : 0. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg.but check before stow in Zinc tanks.Kim.“Medicinal” is same as Grades#1 . Inhibitor : No ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Clean with hot water and chemical injection Spot clean as necessary.No problem.thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate. Viscous. Handling : No specific handling regulations ship or shore lines.H. Free from rancid odor. Ventilate If residues disposed . Zinc .

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.) Sodium Hydroxide Solution. Sodium hypochlorate solution. Reference note 8. : 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 118/858쪽 . : Colorless or gray.. slow-moving Characteristic odor. phthalate. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. adiptate. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.e. : 192 : Alkali. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes.Kim.53 @ 15 C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Version/01 Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean.Gon. CAUSTIC SODA SOLUTION Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : 1824 :3 : NaOH.H. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.Reg. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. Sodium hydrate solution. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). syrupy liquid. Lye solution.

especially molasses or vegoils. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 119/858쪽 . or over-side hoses with ends below waterline to prevent product . Personnel Protection. halocarbons. especially in pump-rooms. Vapor not normally a hazard. nitriles. ) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Stainless Steel. Ensure system does not leak. 5 ft. particularly in way of Recirculation lines and gate valves. TLV is 2mg/m3 based on a fine spray. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Correction factor Carriage Disch . both liquid and frozen crystals will cause severe burns with contact.30 C :5 Version/01 Reactivity: Violent with acids. Further ventilation for 24 hours prior to loading or ballasting is recommended. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to: Smell/Moisture/Rust Ensure all previous residues are removed. Inhibitor : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Polyurethane Some coatings may require 3 days ventilation before next loading. ketones. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.30 C : 15.H. : Boiling Point : 140 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point :8C Autoignition Point : Vapor pressure Low Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is non-flammable but highly corrosive and should be treated with great respect. : NO Discharge on passage Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water: Complete Drying oil : NO Warm sea water wash. USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 0. : Above 10 C : 15 .00072/C. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : None Draeger Tube No. Ensure pumps and lines thoroughly flushed as product can be difficult to remove due to high SG. Thoroughly flush all lines and pumps to ensure all products removed. Ventilate . phenols. Epoxy. acrylonitrile.spray over decks and accommodation. Heat may or may not be required and charterer should be consulted. acetaldehyde.Kim. esters and anhydrides. goggles and gloves..Gon. While tank cleaning ensure washings are discharged through sea valves. Ensure tank and lines dry.Educt and mop. Caroline. Average Expected Load Temp. Protective clothing. Handling : Product is highly corrosive and should be loaded via manifold line only. aldehydes. half hour drops.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

Kim.CO2.Gon. Small dry spill With clean shovel place material into clean.55 C : : 20. Flammable poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hoppers cars.15-1. Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature. Positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus and structural firefighter’s protective clothing will provide limited protection. Small fire : Dry chemical . as it will attack the steel. Stay away from ends of tanks. but none of them ignites readily. Some are water reactive. : : TBA : “ : Chlorinated Paraffin C22-C26 : : TBA. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. CERECLORS Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. If inhaled. Do not leave lines charged with Caustic soda. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. Cleaning code 1. call emergency medical care. Move container from fire area if can do it without risk. Surveyor takes inspections very seriously and may require foot sample. If water pollution occurs. Various grades of caustic soda are shipped. After loading flushed lines clean. may be harmful. oil. Fire or explosion Some of these materials may burn. notify the appropriate authorities. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) Health hazards Contact causes burns to skin and eyes.. Large fire Water spray. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. etc) Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away.Reg. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after this is out. water spray or regular foam. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Call chemtrec at 1-800-424-9300 for emergency assistance. fog or regular foam. : 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 120/858쪽 .) Correction factor Carriage Disch . paper. Spill or leak Do not touch or walk through spilled material.H. move containers from spill area Large spill: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal First aid Move victim to fresh air. Stay upwind keep out of low areas. Fire Some of these materials may react violently with water. dry container and cover loosely. In case of contact with material. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Some of these materials may ignite combustibles (wood. : Colorless/yellow liquid mild odor. Small spills Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers from spill area. Version/01 Lines and pumps and heating coils to be thoroughly cleaned. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. from use as cleaning agent to manufacture of batteries. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.30 C : 30 C . isolate hazard area and deny entry.

: Ambient : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : Ambient. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : Draeger Tube No.H. Boiler suit and gloves. Average Expected Load Temp.g. will do. % Chlorine indicated by product number.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. NO Drying oil : NO CHINA CLAY SLURRY Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Below 0 Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Non. : Compoflex or ship’s line : No (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : See Manufacturers lists for restrictions. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. : Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water: Nil Hot salt-water wash. : Ambient. Cerclor 70. Non. a little heat on the right kind of adjacent cargo.Reg. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Heating: Steam coils inside tanks are unsuitable too hot.Gon. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Kim.e. ) Tank Coating recommended Version/01 : 30 C : 36 : Check Locally..flammable. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 121/858쪽 . B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Trade name for a series of secondary plasticizers manufactured from chlorinated waxes. with chemical injection. Average Expected Load Temp. Educt and mop dry. : 1. Personnel Protection.76 @ C : /C. USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Kaolin Slurry : : : : : : Resembles weak white emulsion paint with kaolin-type odor.71 .1. Information on this product should be obtained locally. If when heat is needed. Fresh water rinse.toxic.

Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. steamed.. load slowly to provide good bottom “Cushion” before increasing load rate. Personnel Protection. Immediately after discharge tanks to be cold salt water washed down. Avoid splash loading due high SG. Not unlike stomach mixture !. Protective clothing goggles and gloves. lines and pumps to be flushed and blown clear Therefore warm slat water wash 5 ft half hours drops. Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : Draeger Tube No. Version/01 Reactivity : NO significant Reactions.H. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 122/858쪽 . it may be necessary to recirculate the product using ship’s pumps. If dropline loading. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Highly susceptible to smell and rust and tanks and lines must be thoroughly hot washed. 70% China clay. A supply of biocide is carried and may be added to product on charterer’s instruction. ) Tank Coating recommended : YES (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Polyurethane. To obviate settling out.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : Boiling Point : C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : 3C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is occasionally heated in severe weather consult Charterer. Epoxy: consult coating guides. Handling : Via manifold ship’s lines. Ventilate. blown dry. Uses : High grade crockery and papers. May require pudding. Educt and mop. As temperature affects growth of fungus stow away from adjacent heat.Gon.Kim.i. Product is “Inhibited” in the sense that biocides are added to prevent fumgicidal growth in the product in transit. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.e. Fresh water rinse. Product is solids in suspension . : NO Drying oil : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Although not a “Dying oil” Kaolin when dry is very difficult to remove. 30% fresh water. prior loading and ventilated odor free.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H.8 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Benzene chloride.Gon. Phenyl chloride : 1134 : CRB 6 5 : C H CI : Colorless liquid.Kim. Version/01 CHLOROBENZENE Synonyms UN.5 :O : 0. Benzene chlorobenzol MCB. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. almond like odor : 132C/ 270 F : -45C/ -48F : 1.11 : Halogenated hydrocarbon : 10.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 123/858쪽 .0 :B :B : 0. Monochlorobenzene.

5 hours to 6500 ppm or 1 hour to 2000 ppm would not be expected to cause death. Epoxy may be used with restriction on moisture and drying ventilation prior to next cargo. or ship’s lines NOTE : Compoflex notes may be used but should be flushed clean immediately after use. Operational Problems/ Hazards No particular hazard.dry chemical. self contained breathing apparatus. Polyurethane. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0. Ignited by heat or open flames.3 ~ 7. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. if heated to decomposition. twitching of extremities. apply artificial respiration. Exposure Procedure: Remove victim to fresh air. Secure ignition sources.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : 90(cc) : 1. Short Exposure Tolerance: Exposure for 0. : Supply respiratory protection to fire fighting personnel. water fog. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. Flash Point (F Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Reactivity Stability: Reacts vigorously with oxides. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart.Remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected area with for 15 min.D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General Burning releases toxic and irritating gases of phosgene and hydrogen chloride.. Symptoms: Drowsiness. Flashback along vapor trail may occur.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 Solubility in water : Negligible Vapor Density(air= 1.H. skin or eye contact.Kim. avoid contact with liquid. Compatibility: Material : Relatively non-corrosive.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 75* TLV/TWA(ppm) : 75* General : Vapor irritating to skin.1 % : 1180 : Co2. Get medical advice or attention. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 124/858쪽 . if breathing stops. eyes and mucous membranes.1. and protective clothing. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless Steel. although liquid and vapor cause irritation and high concentrations of vapor can cause PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. rapid respiration.0) : 3. foam. and deep. Zinc. Consult coating lists. toxic chlorine compounds will be given off. Attacks rubber. Vapor may explode in an enclosed area.88 Handling : Portable lines to droplines.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. line system. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution .Kim. Reference note 7. Personnel Protection Protective clothing goggles and gloves Breathing apparatus on standby. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 125/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. pump.H. It is otherwise an easy cargo to handle. Tanks and lines must be dry and desiccator may be required in vent line. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. Individual tank tonnage must not exceed tonnage equal to total capacity of tank in SW (1. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Also some charterer’s may require a Nitrogen blanket to reduce moisture ingress. If water pollution occurs. both vapor and liquid is very harmful to health. half hour drops Ventilate to odor free Fresh water rinse Educt and Mop Tank must be ventilated for further 24 hours prior to next cargo if Epoxy or polyurethane .Gon. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. notify the appropriate authorities. Tank Cleaning Cold slat water pre-wash minimum 1 hour Followed by hot salt water wash. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Cleaning code 2. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. 5 ft. Cargoes such as esters.025) Use protective clothing and mask when working with this cargo. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. Version/01 unconsciousness and possible liver or kidney damage.to allow coating to reharden. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. keep out of low areas.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. breathing is CHLOROFORM Synonyms Formal trichloride. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. if this is impossible. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.48 : Halogenated hydrocarbon : 153 :A :B : 6. give artificial respiration. Methenyl trichloride.25 UN. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. sweet odor : 61C/ 142F : -63C/ -82F : 1. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Water spray may reduce vapor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 126/858쪽 . No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.Kim. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Wash skin with soap and water. Stay away from ends of tanks. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. no flares.. give oxygen In case of contact with material . Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. trichloromethane : 1888 : CRF 3 : CHCI : Colorless liquid. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. methane.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. trichloro. if not breathing. Load slowly to cover tank bottom before increasing rate. if difficult. For massive fire in cargo area.0) Handling : Ship’s lines to poison tanks or portable lines to droplines.H. Version/01 FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately.39 :O : 9.Gon. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.00 : Slight : 4.

Contact with water increases acidity which is aggressive to coatings. breathing vapor in enclosed area can cause loss of consciousness. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 127/858쪽 . Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Corrodes iron and certain other metals. wear eye protection. can become explosive in the presence of strong alkalis and water. it becomes corrosive.1. Short Exposure Tolerance: Inhalation of 400~600 ppm for 30 min. self-contained breathing apparatus. to give phosgene and hydrogen chloride. in contact with water and at high temp. when heated or exposed to a flame. Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Zinc.Kim. which is highly poisonous Flash Point (F) : Flammable Limits : Auto igniting Temp. when free of moisture. Symptoms Irritation of mucous membranes and skin. chloroform decomposes to form phosgene. if breathing stops. Avoid contact with Liquid.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 200~300 PEL/TWA(ppm) :2 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General Suspected carcinogen.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. remove Contaminated clothing and gently affected areas with water for 15 min. apply artificial respiration. Draeger Tube No. drowsiness.(F) : Extinguishing Agents : Special fire Procedures : Keep fire exposed tanks cool with water spray.. Operational Problems/ Hazards For Practical purposes product is considered non-flammable Both liquid and vapor cause irritation skin and eyes anesthetic effect. or less can prove fatal. and protective clothing. Compatibility: Non corrosive at normal atmospheric temp. get medical advice or attention. Exposure to potentially dangerous vapor concentrations can occur before the product can be detected by smell.H. Reactivity Stability: Decomposes in the presence of excess water or a high temp. Odor threshold is higher than the TLV. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2. Skin or eyes contact. NOTE: Compoflex hoses may be used but must be flushed clean immediately after use.Gon. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart. self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing.E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General Will burn only after prolonged exposure to flame or high temp. which are very toxic. : Ch244 Trichloroethylene 10/a Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.

HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Use “Closed Loading” system for ullaging. then Hot sea water wash. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Personnel Protection Protective clothing gloves and breathing apparatus. Version/01 Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash. Reference note 7. Fully-encapsulating. Nitrogen blankets all the times. Tank inspection before loading very strictly. Stay away from ends of tanks. Secure accommodation and recirculate air while gas freeing. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Fight fire from maximum distance.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Due to low vapor pressure and high SG ventilating may be prolonged. half hour drops. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material.. Dike fire. Vapor return system may be required by some charterers. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Stay upwind. line system.) and ventilate or evaporate tank gas free and dry prior to washing. Educt and mop After carriage in Zinc it is preferable to Educt residues (full protective clothing . Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. etc. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 128/858쪽 . may be fatal if inhaled. Nitrogen blanket and vent line desiccator may be required. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. Cargoes such as esters. FIRE Small Fires:. breathing apparatus . do not scatter the material. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Dry chemical.control water for later disposal.H.Gon. Ensure tank and lines are absolutely dry and odor-free.Kim. Ventilate.ensuring dryness. It is customary to purge tank. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. isolate hazard area and deny entry. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. water spray or regular foam. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. minimum 1 hour. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. pump. * Note: Do not Bondstrand lines. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.. Cleaning code 2. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. 5 ft. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. keep out of low areas. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site.

. give artificial respiration. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. keep victim under observation. move containers from spill area.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 36 Reactivity : Contains :.Kim.Consult relevant materials. if not breathing. : YES (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel or Epoxy. NOT ZINC.9583@ 20 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Gon. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. ) Tank Coating recommended : As for LATEX.) Correction factor : /C. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : TLV 25ppm Flash point : -20C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Reg. : Ambient. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Version/01 Small Dry spills. dry container and cover loosely. Acrylonitrile. In case of contact with material. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. CHLOROPRENE Synonyms : 2. See also Latex IMO No : 1991 IMO TYPE :2 Formula : CH2 = CCI .Butadiene. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 129/858쪽 . Toluene.Chlorobutadiene. Specific Gravity : 0. Carriage : Ambient. With clean shovel place material into clean. give oxygen. : Family : Appearance and character : Colorless liquid. if breathing is difficult. Disch. Average Expected Load Temp.CH = CH2 ICS Guide Page No.H.

Large Fires: Water spray. outdoors or sewers. Structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. Chemical protection suit and Breathing Apparatus. Educt and mop. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Extremely flammable. Stay upwind. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 130/858쪽 . keep out of low areas. Toxic. Fresh water rinse. : Possible Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight See remarks Cold wash . Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.Warm wash. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. In case of contact flush thoroughly with fresh water : Consult physician. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. swallowed or absorbed through skin. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. water spray or regular foam.Low boil/ flash point plus being toxic makes this product a hazardous cargo. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FIRE 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co . It may provide little or no thermal protection. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. Draeger Tube No. Stow GR. USCG. May be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Personnel Protection. Keep away from adjacent heat.Kim.36 until hearing differently. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : 67189 Chloroprene 5/a : 59C : 4 % to 20% : C : Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazardous Highly inflammable . Handling with caution. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical Protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. and ventilate closed spaces before entering. Handling. Do not get water inside container.Product is classified but ungrouped.Spraying may be required. Reactive monomer. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. If you find the ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust A similar product to Latex: Very little information available .. may be fatal if inhaled. Container may explode in heat of fire. fog or regular foam.Gon.

flammable. classified as corrosive liquid.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 131/858쪽 . smoking or flames in hazard area Fully encapsulating. if breathing is difficult.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. Sulfuric chlorohydrine. chlorsulfonic acid. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. chlorsulfuric acid. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. give oxygen.HCI : Colorless to light liquid. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. no flares. keep victim under observation. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.0 : Compoflex and ship’s lines .Gon. or SO .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. pungent odor.79 : Inorganic acid : <1. if not breathing.03 :O : 0. if this is impossible. Do not touch or walk through spilled material Small spills: Flush area with flooding amounts of water.flush after use : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel (Must be dry) Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade : Non.0 :C :C : 0. : 152C/ 305 F : -80C/ -112 F : 1. In case of contact with material. For massive fire in cargo area.H. Electrical Group :B (based upon possible hydrogen gas (H2) generation should a leak occur. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.08 :* : 4. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. withdraw from area and let fire burn.) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. CHLOROSULFONIC ACID Synonyms UN.Kim. : 1754 : CSA 2 2 : HOSO CI.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Chlorosulfuric acid. Stay away from ends of tanks. give artificial respiration. Version/01 Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.

. Liquid causes severe irritation and watering of the eyes. See data sheet for hydrogen. Great care must be taken as water and chlorosulfonic acid react violently forming toxic HCI fumes and sulfuric acid. Compatibility: Material: Dangerously reactive.flammable. Cargo : chlorosulfonic acid is unassigned in the compatibility chart for compatibility assistance.4 Odor Threshold(ppm) :3 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) :1 General Vapor inhalation may cause loss of consciousness with serious damage to lung tissue. self-contained breathing apparatus. explosive concentrations of hydrogen gas can accumulate inside tanks containing this acid spill in confined space may produce explosive concentration of hydrogen. In addition to attacking many metals. If water is not available or if inversion conditions prevail. Oxygen. if breathing stops.(F) : " Extinguishing Agents : " Special fire Procedures DO NOT USE WATER. skin or eyes contact. vermiculite ashes or powdered clay to absorb the spill. Consequently. Version/01 General: Non.flammable Flammable Limits : " Auto igniting Temp.4. From a distance carefully flush the spill away with water.Kim. wear full protective clothing. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.H. cool adjacent tanks with water spray from a distance. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. breathing the vapor will cause severe Irritation and watering of the eyes.. Symptoms: Contact of liquid with the skin can cause severe burns.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 4. Reactivity Data Stability: Violently reacts with water forming sulfuric and hydrochloric acids. 10 ppm for 60 min. Avoid contact with spilled liquid. Call-G-MTH-1(202-267-1577).remove victim to fresh air. but it may cause ignition by contact with combustible materials. the acid is a strong oxidizing agent and will react with water and organic Materials with evolution of heat and large quantities of dense fumes. protective clothing. Dangerously reactive. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. administered by trained personnel. Flash Point (F) : Non. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 132/858쪽 . apply dry sand.Gon. Short Exposure Tolerance: 30 ppm for 10 min. is often helpful. apply artificial respiration. clean up personnel should work with the wind at their backs. Operational Problems/Hazards Highly toxic Strong irritant to eyes and skin. including self contained breathing apparatus.. Get medical advice or attention.

Stay away from ends of tanks. do not apply water unless directed to do so cleanup only under supervision of an expert. Evolves hydrogen on contact with most metals.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.) away from spilled material. Use “Closed Ullaging” system. especially when diluted. Flammable/poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hopper cars.. Spills. etc) violent reaction with water. Restrict personnel on deck. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. Version/01 Liquid causes severe burns . If you find the ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action. oil.Kim. breathing apparatus. Clear lines with Nitrogen.H. etc.Gon. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. but none of them ignites readily. Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operations. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. isolate hazard area and deny entry stay upwind. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn. Co Large Fires: Flood fire area with water from a distance do not get water inside container. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Fully-encapsulating. paper. paper. 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical. keep out of low areas. spill area or inside container. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances. do not put water directed on leak. Keep combustibles (wood. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Tank Cleaning Cold salt water wash. Dike for later disposal. Personnel Protection Total protection suit. 5 ft. FIRE Do not get water inside container. oil. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator will be required. May ignite other combustible materials (wood. FIRST AID PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. HEALTH HAZARDS May be fatal if inhaled swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Use water spray to reduce vapor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 133/858쪽 . half-hour drops Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop Decomposes in water to Sulfuric and hydrochloric Acids.

CHOLINE CHLORIDE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : 1. give artificial respiration.Reg. if not breathing. Bondstrand or ship’s lines.H.Kim. Average Expected Load Temp.Hydroxy-Ethyl.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Product contains trimethylamine. : Ambient.104 @ 15 C :. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Trimethyl Ammonium. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor : 2. give oxygen. Hydroxide.. : Ambient. if breathing is difficult. : Ambient : 20 : Neutral. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 134/858쪽 . immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Version/01 Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. : N/A : N/A : (CH3)3 N (CL) CH2 CH2 OH : : N/A : Practically Colorless liquid with faint chlorine type odor. :. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : N/A Draeger Tube No.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . ) : Purge: Blanket : Tank Coating recommended : Stainless Steel Preferred Zinc unsuitable Epoxy and polyurethane subject to manufacturers. Personnel Protection.Gon.(Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : Boiling Point : 247C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -12 C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous General low toxicity but liquid and vapor will cause irritation. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature. In case of contact with material. : Compoflex .

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 135/858쪽 . however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Product must not come in contact with hot surfaces. Inspect tank before & After loading . B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Group B vitamins used in animal foodstuffs made by ICI petrochem wilton . S. Some are water reactive.This is very corrosive cargo needing 316L/ 317 SUS tank in perfect condition. Drying oil : NO Version/01 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Phenoline. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible.This is safe tank lining.Kim. Cleaning code 1. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.W rinse .Steel . 75% aqueous solution.H. : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Warm wash F.Gon. Carriage with no problem in this coating. Boiler suit and gloves.Educt and mop.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt..

: 24 C.. polyurethane.00068/C.Kim. Coconut Butter.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Version/01 COCONUT OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.non-reactive Handling : NO specific handling regulations Portable lines to droplines and shore lines. Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Stainless Steel Not normally carried in Zinc Silicate copper and its alloys as tank fittings unsuitable.) : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Epoxy. semi-solid. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : 286C Draeger Tube No. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 136/858쪽 . : Boiling Point : 280C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : 28C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity : Coconut Palm oil.Reg.91 @ 20 C : 0. : 49 C : 30 C : 34 : Basically.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. : 0.H. lard-like fat with characteristic odor. : N/A :3 : N/A : : Ester : White .

therefore entry into tank should be prohibited until tank has been well vented and oxygen content checked. Higher temperatures can cause to stick on the bulkheads. Version/01 Has been shown that vapor from hot coconut oil either excludes or absorbs oxygen. Wash water temperature Code ( C ) Hot water (55 degree C up to the maximum allowed by the tank coating manufacture).Gon. Do not ballast tank ex coconut oil if it can be avoided. Make sure blowers are supplying sufficient air to men doing the sweeping (squeezing) Start blowers . Temperature rise on heating should not exceed 3 C/day to be at discharge temperature 3 days prior to discharge High standard of cleanliness required. normal working gears Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. minimum 3 hours. Cleaning code 5.. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. with chemical injection. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Spot clean as required Fresh water rinse Educt and mop. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank must be dry and grease free Coconut : FFA always below 1% Zinc O.H. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Personnel Protection. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 137/858쪽 . Boiler suit. Reference note 10. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. 5 hour before men enter tanks. : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Warm /hot salt water wash. The temperature of the wash water should not exceed 10-20 degree C above the discharge temperature of the product. NOTE: Too much heat and chemical may result in a white powder deposit on surfaces which is difficult to remove. Tank may have to be swept on discharge dependent on grade some shippers prefer to splash load product over deck.K.Kim.

Version/01 COD LIVER OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.toxic) : No specific handling regulations . Product will be discolored by excessive heat or sharp increase in temperature. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.92 @ C :. Personnel Protection. : Ambient : : Combustible ( non. Portable lines to droplines. Average Expected Load Temp.H.Reg. Check protection Suit compatible with Product PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : Ambient.. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. ) : Morrhuae : N/A :3 : N/A : : Ester : Pale yellow liquid with slight fishy odor. : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Could possibly absorb or exclude oxygen for tanks therefore before tank entry oxygen content should be checked. Boiler suit. : 0. : Ambient. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Subject to FFA restrictions Epoxy preferred (polyurethane or SUS ) Copper alloys unsuitable as tank fittings Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : Draeger Tube No. Heat product as per shipper’s instructions. Product may be Food Grades and tank must have high cleanliness standard and good coating.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 138/858쪽 . normal working gear.Gon.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .

Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Portable lines to droplines.921 :. Spot cleaning as required.914-0. Fresh water rinse. : Ambient. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 139/858쪽 . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Version/01 CORN OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.H. : 0. with chemical injection. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.Gon. Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. Personnel Protection. : Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Hot salt water wash.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -10C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Could be absorb or exclude oxygen for tanks therefore before tank entry oxygen content should be checked and maintain. check locally. Some shippers may require product heated. : Ambient.. Educt and mop. normal working gear. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. May require sweeping subject to charterer’s requirement. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor : Maize Oil : N/A :3 : N/A : 19 : Ester : Pale yellow liquid with characteristic odor.Kim. Average Expected Load Temp. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line dissector. minimum 3 hours. : Ambient : 34 : Basically non-reactive : No specific handling regulations . ) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Subject to FFA restrictions Epoxy preferred (polyurethane or SUS ) Copper alloys unsuitable as tank fittings Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 321C Draeger Tube No. Boiler suit.

Gon. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Hot salt water wash. Zinc.. minimum 3 hours. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 140/858쪽 . but check to be sure. Fresh water rinse or steam tank and lines Ventilate.Kim. Ventilate and inspect. Educt and mop. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed.The FFA is usually low. Cleaning code 5. IMO pollution Rating : D Version/01 Vapor Return System Reg. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank must be dry Heat. : Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Cold pre-wash as soon as possible after discharge. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C.product is best handle at 60~80F Only in very cold climate is heat needed.H. with chemical injection.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 141/858쪽 . : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Personnel Protection. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. Specific Gravity : 0. Polyurethane. Epoxy Preferred.. normal working gear. Version/01 CORN STEEP LIQUOR Synonyms : IMO No : TBA IMO TYPE :3 Formula : TBA ICS Guide Page No. Stainless Steel. : Family : Ester Appearance and character : A Dilute aqueous solution obtained form soaking corn jernels in warm 0. Average Expected Load Temp. ) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Epoxy.) Correction factor : /C. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Reactivity : Handling : No specific handling regulations . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.Kim. Carriage : Ambient.89 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : Ambient.2% sulfur dioxide solution.Gon.H. Boiler suit. : Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Disch .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Reg. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : Draeger Tube No.75 ~0.

B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Disch .hazardous Handling : No specific handling regulations .921 @ 25C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Pure oil is odorless and has a bland taste. If residues removed. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 142/858쪽 . : 20 C. Ventilate. with chemical injection . Spot cleaning as required. Polyurethane.Kim. Hot salt water wash. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Drying oil : YES Solubility in water : NO Cold salt water pre-wash immediately after discharge to remove residues. Stainless Steel. Boiler suit. PBSY IMO No : N/A IMO TYPE :3 CHris Code : OCS Formula : N/A ICS Guide Page No. : Family : Ester Appearance and character : Pale yellow oil (dark if crude ) which deposits “sterine” on standing. Personnel Protection. particularly at low temperatures.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. Carriage : Ambient.Reg. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Version/01 COTTON SEED OIL Synonyms : Cotton oil Streine. : 20 ~ 25 C Average Expected Load Temp. minimum 2 hours Ventilate to gas and odor free. Zinc Silicate ( with FFA below 5%) Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Operational Problems/Hazardous A semi -drying oil which request pre-wash wash immediately after discharge.O. Cotton seed oil may harden at high temperature and scorch firmly to the steel.S. Ventilate Fresh water rinse. USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 34 Reactivity : Basically non. C.H.0.) Correction factor : 0.. thoroughly steam tank and line. with chemical injection . Temperature to be increased as per shipper’s instruction. normal working gear. Specific Gravity : 0. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.00068 /C. minimum 3 hours . Fresh water rinse. Hot salt water wash. ) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible Tank Coating recommended : Epoxy. Educt and mop. Portable lines to droplines. May require sweeping subject to charterer’s requirements In the event of this oxygen content of tank to be checked and maintained. Seed oil. Educt and mop..915 .

15 : Negligible :+ : Combustible liquid :D : Slight fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame.FFA is low -less than 1% .0) Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.0 : :D : 0. Version/01 Cleaning code 5. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Reference note 22. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. foam.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes.toxic. Reactivity Stability: Stable Compatibility: PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. These cargoes are “drying or semi-drying oils” which require cold(ambient) washing immediately after discharging. Short Exposure Tolerance : Non. Symptoms : Non-toxic. or carbon dioxide. wash yes thoroughly with copious Maoist of water.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : ~0c/ ~32 F : 0. if ambient temperature is below 50F.H.1 :D : 0. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0. Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.check to be sure.92 : Ester : 2.E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Cool exposed tanks with water.For a good out-turn apply Heat (80F) max.. The temperature of the wash water should not exceed 10-20 degree C above the discharge temperature of the product. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 143/858쪽 . Higher temperatures can cause to stick on the bulkheads. Zinc.Kim.0 Odor Threshold(ppm) : None PEL/TWA(ppm) : None TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Non-toxic. Heat. Exposure Procedure : Non-toxic. Reference note 10.Gon.1. if accidentally splashed into eyes. : Water may be ineffective on fire. : 486(cc) : Unavailable : 650 : Dry chemical. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

05 @ 15 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : 0 ~ 50 C. Disch . : 51 Family : Phenol Appearance and character : May be Colourless or dark brown with a sharp disinfectant-like odor.H.Reg. Must be well segregated from any product susceptible to smell. ) : Purge Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Coating recommended : Stainless Steel Maybe Zinc.Kim. Material : usual materials of construction are suitable. otherwise retain on board and discharge on passage as per regulation. Accommodation secured and air on Recirculation. As high phenolic content. Average Expected Load Temp. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves and face shield.Methyl Phenol IMO No : 2022 IMO TYPE :3 Formula : (CH3)2 C6 H3 OH ICS Guide Page No. : 0 ~ 50 C USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 21 Reactivity : Reacts with oxidizing agents.Gon. clean up excess amounts and wash residue away with water. amines and alkalis. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. subject to specific mixture. and subject to polymerization if not heated.00073 /C. Version/01 CRESYLIC ACID Synonyms : Xylenol. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : A Vapor Return System Reg.) Correction factor : 0. Handling : Ship’s lines poison/deck tanks. product must be treated with care. Personnel Protection.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : CH315 Phenol 5/a Boiling Point : 190 C Explosive Range : 1 % to % Freeze Point : 0-30 C Autoignition Point : 590 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is composed of phenol Cresols BP and temperature requirements. Cargo : Group 34 of compatibility chart. Total protection suit and breathing apparatus Restrict personnel on deck. 2. : Possible Ideally discharge slops to shore facility . Bondstrand type portable lines are NOT suitable.. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.. Specific Gravity : 1. Product is toxic and corrosive. acids. Carriage : 0~ 30C . dependent on coating guide. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 80 C Draeger Tube No. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 144/858쪽 .

Stay upwind.If product contains more than 5% phenol. In case of contact with material. water spray or regular foam. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 145/858쪽 . Stay away from ends of tanks. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. keep out of low areas. USCG. Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steaming tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk. do not scatter the material. Small Dry spills.H. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. 5 ft.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Dike fire.control water for later disposal. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. FIRE Small Fires:. if breathing is difficult. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material.Check !. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if not breathing. the carriage requirement of phenol shall apply -Check. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. move containers from spill area. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Dry chemical. dry container and cover loosely. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. give oxygen. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. swallowed or absorbed through skin. chlorinated solvent recirculation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. Fight fire from maximum distance.Specification vary a great deal. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Fully-encapsulating..Kim. and using Stolt X Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C) HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. half hour drops (check LEL) Ensure pump and line system thoroughly flushed clear.each shipper differ on color & heat . isolate hazard area and deny entry. (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Version/01 Hot salt water wash. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. may be fatal if inhaled.Gon. Grade. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. give artificial respiration. With clean shovel place material into clean. to remain clear. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Treat for phenol. Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. Clear colored stuff should be carried under nitrogen pressure. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach).

stabilized.crotenaldehyde. carbon dioxide or dry chemical.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating 2-Butenal.3.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable. Version/01 Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. Special fire Procedures : Cool hot containers surfaces with water.Kim. Liquid causes severe burns.41 : Stainless Steel Lines Do Not Compoflex or Bondstrand : YES : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :C General : At elevated temp.0 : Slight : 2. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3.. : 1143 : CTA 3 : CH CH=CHCHO : Water white to yellow liquid suffocating tarry odor. and inhalation results in coughing. watering of eyes and burning of nose and throat. A lachrymator. if the polymerization takes place in a closed container.crotonic aldehyde.Gon. : 102c/ 216 F : -74c/ -102 F : 0.(F) : 450 Extinguishing Agents : Alcohol foam. Flash Point (F) : 55 Flammable Limits : 2.1% ~ 15.betamethylacroein. keep victim under observation.trans-2-butenal. Symptoms: Vapor causes eye irritation and burning skin irritation at high concentrations.propylene aldehyde.5 :O : 2. violent rupture is possible.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.N No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.13 PEL/TWA(ppm) :2 TLV/TWA(ppm) :2 General : Suspected carcinogen. polymerization occurs.85 : Aldehyde : 30 :B :B : 1. vapor extremely irrupting. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 146/858쪽 .3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0. CROTONALDEHYDE Synonyms U.5% Auto igniting Temp.H. liquid causes severe irritation to eyes and skin.

wash thoroughly with soap and water for at least 15 min. Personnel Protection Chemical suit. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Deodorize with blowers/nil odor or polycomplex .Wash tank immediately after discharge. Operational Problems/ Hazards Flammable. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. Highly toxic. Wash site with soap solution. cover with sodium bisulfate(NaHSO3). Ad small amount of water and mix.exception to the chart. Use “Closed” Ullaging system. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Avoid contact with liquid. pump. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Secure ignition sources. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. self contained breathing apparatus. Cleaning code 2. Use protective clothing mask. Cargo : Group 19 of compatibility chart. Scoop up. protective clothing.H. Tank cleaning Cold salt water Pre-wash to disperse residues Hot sea water wash. See also appendix 1. Reactivity Stability: May polymerize when mixed acids or brass Compatibility: Material : compatible with aluminum and stainless steel. line system. Dangerous fire risk.Gon. Handling -carrying it under Nitrogen pressure. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. gloves and goggles. Cleaning. Version/01 Exposure Procedure : In case of skin contact. Ventilate Educt and mop. In case of eye contact flush with water then obtain medical aid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 147/858쪽 . minimum 3 hours ( check LEL ) Steam tank and line. especially irritating to eye and skin . Breathing apparatus.it sticks .Kim. Clear lines with Nitrogen. Water inhibits polymerization..

Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. give artificial respiration. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Version/01 HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stay upwind. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 148/858쪽 . Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. and ventilate closed spaces before entering. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. do not scatter the material. Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. Wash skin with soap and water. Do not touch or walk through spilled material.Kim. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. smoking or flames in hazard area fully-encapsulating. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back container may explode violently in heat of fire. Dike fire-control water for later disposal. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. if breathing is difficult. Stop leak if you can do it without risk water spray may reduce vapor. Large Fires: Water spray ..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H. Stay away from ends of tanks withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. give oxygen. isolate hazard area and deny entry. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. . Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. may be fatal if inhaled. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. keep out of low areas. if not breathing. swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. no flares. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. In case of contact with material .fog or alcohol-resistant foam.Gon. keep victim under observation.

normal working gear.otherwise discharge to sea according to regulations. Disch . : No specific handling regulations. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : N/A Flash point : Draeger Tube No. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.892 @ 49 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. also advisable to steam back to tank after passed as dry. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 149/858쪽 .. Most shippers will provide on depends a table of SG.H. Stainless Steel.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Tanks have to be carefully swept. : Approx. Carriage : 32~48C . : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Requires strict adherence with charterers” heating instructions .00061/C. Surveyor is becoming increasing temperature when passing tanks as suitable for palm Oil. : Possible Classed as residual oil Discharge possibly ashore .) Tank Coating recommended : When mixed with caustic forms cudes form of soap. Crag lines usually required to be steamed ashore. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Boiler suit. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Epoxy. : 49~ 55 C. especially in Fareast.Gon. Average Expected Load Temp. Specific Gravity : 0. : Family : Ester Appearance and character : Deep red yellow oil. * For variations see remarks IMO No : NIL IMO TYPE :3 Formula : ICS Guide Page No. with buttery consistency and characteristic odor. Ship or shore lines. Normally solid at ambient temperatures.Reg.) Correction factor : 0. Version/01 CRUDE/ PALM OILS Synonyms : CPO. gloves. Polyurethane.Kim. 45C USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. to prevent blockage of lines. Before entry into tanks oxygen content should be checked and maintained. Personnel Protection. Temperatures should not increase more than 5 C/day.

recirculate cargo for 6hours if heavy bottom-Helpful. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. heating instruction from Palmco is the same as for palm acid oil.both olein grades be carried discharged without heat when in warm climate not exceed 95F for discharge. start heating 7 to 10 day before arrival at discharge port. Minor SG Check locally when loading these products. warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature. Palm olein. bring temp. if a short trip.25% good cargo -no problems. Plamco “no heat during voyage. half hour drops Extensive spot cleaning may be required. These differ only in heating requirements and FFA content. Version/01 Steam down Very hot wash with chemical injection ( temperature maximum compatible with coating) 5 ft.Make sure to get exact phosphoric acid contain before stow. maximum temp.. palm lotox.1-methylethyl.B.two days before arrival at port of discharge.Heat .Heat . B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Remarks ( N. For vegetable oil cargoes.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H. Cleaning code 5. Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water. Ensure all other publications held on board are consulted in conjunction with this guide including company manuals on safety Before any tank entry CHECK oxygen content of tank Note : Variations acid-treated. If needed. for discharge is 135F Adive.isopropyl Benzene. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed.Gon.Heat. Palm acid oil. FFA/Zinc at 0. all shippers except Plamco agree to our recommended heating. up to 135F. for loger voyages start heating 7 to 10 days before arrival ar discharge port. Fresh water rinse or steam Ventilate Educt and mop. CUMENE Synonyms Benzene. mor than 5 F per day.Heat maintain 100F during voyage.above. Palm kernel sterine. Palm fatty acid.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 150/858쪽 . Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed.Heat. Phenoline. RDB palm or palm stearin may be carried.cumol. Palm kernel oil. Do not raise temp. palm-olein.2-phenyl propane PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. no heat during voyage is OK but be sure to heat cargo very slowly for discharge . Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. carboline (SL) confirm 50 ppm as being OK . (1-methylethyl)benzene. this grade handles better at 135F. so heat according to palmco.

Exposure Procedure Vapor. Cargo : Group 32 of compatibility chart. : Irritation of nose and throat. : 152c/ 306F : -96c/ -141 F : 0.6 : Negligible : 4.2 : Compoflex or Ship’s lines : NO : Purge : No Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel . UN.Gon. Reactivity Stability: Stable. sharp.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 151/858쪽 . : 1. apply artificial respiration.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms : 1918 : CUM 6 5 3 2 : C H CH(CH ) : Colorless liquid.Kim.dry chemical. : 102(cc) : 0.H. Zinc.1. drowsiness Short Exposure Tolerance : Occasional short exposure to concentration of 400 ppm probable would not be harmful.5% : 795 : Co2. Spill or Leak Procedure PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.. if breathing stops.9~6. : Use water to keep fire exposed containers cool.86 : Aromatic hydrocarbon :8 :D :B : 0.remove victim to fresh air. penetrating aromatic odor. Get medical advice or irritation. foam. skin or eye contact.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.O : 0. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.5 : D. it can react with oxidizing materials.2 : 50/skin : 50/skin : Vapor and liquid irritation. Compatibility: Material : attacks rubber.D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. water fog.1 : 1. Epoxy or polyurethane Version/01 : Combustible liquid :D : Vapor forms explosive mixture with air.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.

Handling: No problem cargo. protective clothing. have all purpose canister mask available. Vapor return system : NO Tank cleaning : Cold salt water pre-wash.Kim. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. Restrict personnel on deck. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. face shield. swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. minimum 1 hour to clear residues Hot salt water wash. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.. avoid contact with liquid. gloves and goggles Breathing apparatus available. line system. small spills may be washed away with water. Wear rubber gloves. Personnel Protection Chemical suit. 5 ft half hour drops ( Check LEL) Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop ADJ.Gon. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Moderate fire risk Keep away from adjacent heat. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 152/858쪽 . secure ignition sources. may be fatal if inhaled. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.H. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back container may explode violently in heat of fire./HEAT : MSK -Japan went along with heat to 130F when it was need. Operational Problems/Hazards Highly toxic by inhalation. pump.

Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 153/858쪽 . EMERGENCY ACTION Version/01 Keep unnecessary people away.H. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Suberane. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. give artificial respiration. : 2241 : N/A : C7 H14 : N/A : Saturated Hydrocarbon PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. give oxygen. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.. CYCLOHEPTANE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Large Fires: Water spray . Family : Heptamethylene. . isolate hazard area and deny entry. if not breathing. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. In case of contact with material . Stay away from ends of tanks withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. smoking or flames in hazard area fully-encapsulating. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. keep out of low areas. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Wash skin with soap and water. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. no flares. keep victim under observation. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.fog or alcohol-resistant foam.Kim. Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.Gon. Stay upwind. Stop leak if you can do it without risk water spray may reduce vapor. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. do not scatter the material. if breathing is difficult. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Dike fire-control water for later disposal. and ventilate closed spaces before entering.

compoflex or ship’s Lines. Reaction with Nitric Acid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 154/858쪽 .Gon. Version/01 : Bondstrand. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel.809 @ C : /C.H. 5 ft half hour drops ( check gas level) Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop.5 hour to disperse residues. Average Expected Load Temp. : Possible Discharge slops at sea. : Ambient : : Dangerous . Zinc. Personnel Protection.Kim. ) Tank Coating recommended : Colorless liquid Pungent odor. Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Hot salt water wash. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. : 0.Maximum 40 C. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/ Cleaning code 2.. normal working gear. minimum 1.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : Boiling Point : 117 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -12 C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Very flammable Narcotic Stow away from adjacent heat . Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : N/A Flash point : Below 38C Draeger Tube No.Reg. : Ambient. Boiler suit . Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Nil Drying oil : NO Cold salt water pre-wash. : Ambient.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. gloves. Epoxy or polyurethane. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.

Fire or Explosion Flammable/combustible material. pungent odor otherwise. keep out of low areas. Contact may irritate or burn skin and eyes. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. hexahydro. First Aids Move victims to fresh air and call emergency medical care. hexamethylene. Move container from sire area if you can do it without risk. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus and structural firefighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. line system. For massive fire in cargo area. outdoors. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are explored to flames until well after fire out. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. withdraw from area and let fire burn. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Spill or Leak Shut off ignition sources. if breathing is difficult. no flares. give oxygen. Health Hazards May be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Water spray may reduce vapor. Small Leak Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. Wash skin with soap and water. sparks. Fire Small fire Dry chemical . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. pump. Hexanaphthene} UN. Hexahydrobenzene. sweetish odor when highly pure. Version/01 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Vapor explosion hazard indoors. Stop leak if you can do it without risk.Gon.. water spray or regular foam. Co2. if not breathing. CYCLOHEXANE Benzene.Kim. Large Spill Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Stay away from ends of tanks. No : 1145 CHris Code : CHX 2 2 4 2 Formula : CH (CH ) CH Appearance-Odor : Colorless mobile liquid. fog or regular foam. give artificial respiration. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. benzene. smoking or flames in hazard area. hexahydride. or rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. or in sewers. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 155/858쪽 . Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Synonyms PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. isolate hazard area and deny entry. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Large Fires : Water spray. may be ignited by heat.H. or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. In case of contact with material. Stay upwind. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. if this is impossible.

0) : 81C/ 177 F : 7C/ 44F : 0. remove patient to fresh air. carbon dioxide or dry chemical. vomiting. prolonged or repeated skin contact with liquid. Administer oxygen therapy or artificial respiration if necessary.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Reactivity Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable.9 Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General : When exposed to heat or flame it can react with oxidizing materials. Flash Point (F) : -4 Flammable Limits : 1.3 : D.78 : Saturated hydrocarbon : ** :C : C* : 3.1. concentrations in the range of 600~700 ppm.O : 4.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 300 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 300 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 300 General : Undesirable effects may occur from the inhalation of excessive concentrations of cyclohexane vapor. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.(F) : 500 Extinguishing Agents : Foam. Exposure Procedure : If cyclohexane is splashed into the eyes it should be flushed out immediately with copious amount of water.5 : Insoluble : 2.4% Auto igniting Temp. flashback along vapor trail may occur. unconsciousness.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 156/858쪽 .Gon.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Use water spray or high pressure fog to cool a bring surface and exclude air to control or extinguish fire. Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Special fire Procedures : In unconfined fires. nausea. solid hose steams tend to scatter the liquid and spread the fire. For over-exposure by inhalation to high vapor concentrations.. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. Short Exposure Tolerance: No chronic effects have been observed to occur in workers exposed to vapor.H.3~ 8. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Symptoms: Dizziness. and from liquid contamination of eyes.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 157/858쪽 .. Tank cleaning Gas free or inerted tank or cold SW flush to remove residues then ventilate. protective clothing. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Tank will pass inspection for loading Avoid . Container may explode violently in heat of fire. pump. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite.H. Cleaning code 2. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. have all purpose canister mask available. line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. and liquid and vapors cause irritation Personnel Protection Boiler suit . Good cargo . Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.S : Only an excellent tank . Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.Kim. face shield.small problems. Hot sea water wash. secure ignition sources. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Operational Problems/ Hazards Highly flammable Causes nausea if vapor inhaled.Gon. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. gloves and goggles Version/01 breathing apparatus on standby. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. 5 ft half hour drops ( CHECK LEL) Ventilate to gas free Thoroughly steam and lines Ventilate Educt and mop M. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.

CYCLOHEXANOL Synonyms UN. If water pollution occurs. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. notify the appropriate authorities. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 158/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.0 : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. if not breathing. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Wash skin with soap and water. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Large Fires: Water spray . immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. In case of contact with material . give artificial respiration. if breathing is difficult. Stay away from ends of tanks. Water spray may reduce vapor.Kim.94 : Alcohol : 1. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. : 161c/ 322 F : 24c / 27F : 0. For massive fire in cargo area.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Stay upwind. give oxygen. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. hexahydrophenol hydroxyxlohexane.Gon. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA : cyclohexyl alcohol. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. : : CHN 2 2 : CH (CH )CHOH : Colorless to pale yellow oily liquid camphor-like odor. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution Version/01 EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.H. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. if this is impossible.. no flares.

when exposed to heat or flame it can react with oxidizing materials Flash Point (F) : 154(cc) Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. protective clothing. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. carbon dioxide. but polyurethane and Epoxy are restricted. Get medical attention. 20 to 30 min.2 : Slight : 3.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 159/858쪽 . IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Check coating lists. Special fire Procedures : Cool exposed tanks with water.ulceration.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Version/01 :C : 0.O : 0. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. systematic effects produced. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. for eye contact. exposure to 100 ppm was objectionable producing nose .. dry chemical. Symptoms : Vapor-irritating of mucous membranes. skin or eye contact. and throat irritation.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.5 : Portable lines via dropline : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Yes : Any Coating. headache.eye. avoid contact with liquid. Liquid. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus.(F) : 572 Extinguishing Agents : Alcohol foam.remove victim to fresh air. if breathing stops. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Moderate fire hazard. face shield. Operational Problems/ Hazards Highly flammable Product may have up to 20% water content to lower freezing point. Short Exposure Tolerance: 3~5 min. have all-purpose canister mask available.1 : D. thicking of skin. apply artificial respiration.2.Kim.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 50/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50/skin General : Vapor and liquid irritation.H.

line system. shown here is grade we carried with no problems Other (Purer) grade may need heat. Version/01 Melt Point. Personnel Protection Protective clothing. goggles.. pump. Breathing apparatus on standby.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim. Tank must be grease free and dry. Shipper may required Nitrogen blanket for safety and quality control reasons. Check melting point and if heat would be necessary. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to gas free Steam tank and line Ventilate. gloves.H.95 Chemical Family : Ketone Vapor Pressure(20C) :2 Pollution Category –USEPA :D IMO :D PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Required heat may vary with shipper. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.Specs. Educt and Mop dry. Product will “pick up” impurities very easily. No : 1915 CHris Code : OCH Formula : CH2(CH2)4CO Appearance-Odor : Water white to pale yellow liquid odor reminiscent of peppermint and acetone. Tank cleaning Cold Salt water wash for minimum 1 hour. then Hot salt water wash.ketohexamethylene pimelic ketone UN. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 160/858쪽 .Gon.. Liquid on skin may cause ulceration and vapor causes irritation Keep away from adjacent heat. ketone. CYCLOHEXANONE Synonyms : Cycloheyl ketone. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Cleaning code 2. Boiling Point : 156C/ 313F Freezing Point : -31C/ -24F Specific Gravity : 0.

Reactivity Stability: Stable.12 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 25/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 25/skin General : Vapor inhalation irritating to mucous membranes.20 Solubility in water : Slight Vapor Density(air= 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 161/858쪽 .H. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Version/01 : Combustible liquid. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air.Kim. Keep unprotected personnel upwind of contaminated area. Get medical advice or attention. face shield. :D : Moderate fire hazard. Have all purpose canister mask available.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. Goggles and gloves PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. co2 : Wear full protective. Symptoms : Eye.8 Applicable Bulk reg.0) : 3. salivator. nose. Operational Problems/ Hazards Highly flammable Liquid and vapor will cause irritation and possible damage to eyes. flush spill with water. when exposed to heat or flame. if breathing stops. and throat irritation. was uncomfortably irritating..1~8. Cargo : Group 18 of compatibility chart.Gon. wear rubber gloves. skin or eye contact. self contained breathing apparatus. respiratory rates.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Short Exposure Tolerance: 50 ppm for 3~5 min. Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable.4 Handling : Portable lines via droplines Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Zinc Product will attack Polyurethane and Epoxy coatings. particularly to the throat. heart rates. definite eye. dry chemical. apply artificial respiration. secure ignition sources.2. Personnel Protection Boiler suits.1% : 788 : Alcohol foam. nose and throat irritation was reported at 75 ppm. will attack most paints. and protective clothing. : 129 : 1. depression of body temp. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0. narcosis.

Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. MS: There is nothing wrong with good M. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.it is shipper’s wish.. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. then warm salt water 5 ft. ADJACENT: Try to avoid any heat adjacent to this particular Ketone . Stay upwind. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Version/01 Vapour return system : NO Tank Cleaning Cold salt water wash for minimum 1 hour.Kim. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. half hour drops. isolate hazard area and deny entry. line system.when handling. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.S tanks. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Use gloves and face mask. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 162/858쪽 . Handling . Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin.Gon. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cleaning code 2.Product is toxic and skin irritant. Ventilate to gas free Steam tank and line Educt and mop Tank must be grease free. pump.H.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 163/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.oychlohexanamine.619 : Soluble : 3.865 : Aliphatic amine : 0. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Hexahydroaniline. withdraw from area and let fire burn.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. strong ammonia odor : 135C/ 274F : 18C/ 64 F : 0. : 2357 : CHA 2 5 2 : (CH ) CHNH : Colorless liquid. if not breathing. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.H. if breathing is difficult.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. CYCLOHEXYLAMINE Synonyms UN. For massive fire in cargo area. Large Fires: Water spray . Stay away from ends of tanks.Gon. no flares. If water pollution occurs. Wash skin with soap and water.0) Handling : Amiocyclohexane. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Water spray may reduce vapor. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. In case of contact with material . Version/01 FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.Kim. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. give artificial respiration.177 : :C :+ :O : 0. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. give oxygen. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.42 : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. notify the appropriate authorities. if this is impossible.

anxiety. Keep people away. apprehension.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General : Strongly caustic. Version/01 Restrictions on zinc. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. fumes. papillary dilation. NOT Compatible with Epoxy or Polyurethane. Keep away from adjacent heat. flashback along vapor trail may occur. Personnel Protection Chemical suit. Eyes..4.do not induce vomiting.dry chemical Special fire Procedures : Wear goggles and self contained breathing apparatus.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Vapor return system : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. CO2. Exposure Procedure : Ingestion. dangerous fire risk. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 164/858쪽 . self contained breathing apparatus and rubber over clothing. Highly toxic by ingestion.Gon. inhalation and skin absorption. Secure ignition sources.remove contaminated clothing and flush skin with large amounts of waters. Compatibility: Material : Corrosive to copper and its alloys.H. Operational Problems/ Hazards Flammable. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable.Kim. compoflex or ship’s lines. Flash Point (F) : 90 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. Epoxy and polyurethane NOT Recommended. acute exposure causes nausea. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed space. for large spills disperse and flush. Cargo : Group 7 of compatibility chart. Skin. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Dangerous when exposed to heat or fire. gives of toxic. Try to contain. gloves and goggles breathing apparatus on standby. Wear full protective clothing.(F) : 560 Extinguishing Agents : Foam. Reactivity Stability: Stable.flush with water for at least 15 min. and skin and eyes contact with liquid will cause severe burns. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES Tank Coating : Zinc with restrictions. Symptoms: Inhalation of vapors. Get medical attention immediately. slurred speech. cool exposed tanks with water. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Stay upwind. minimum 1. notify the appropriate authorities. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 165/858쪽 .. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Co2. Tank Cleaning : Cold salt water pre-wash.If carried in MS tank discoloration can be expected. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration.fog or regular foam.5 hours to clear residues Hot salt water wash minimum 3 hours Ventilate Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate. Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Gon. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if swallowed. If water pollution occurs. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.5 Cleaning code 1. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. water spray or regular foam.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Stay away from ends of tanks. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Educt and mop M. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Nitrogen blanket recommended. Strong organic base with 0.01% water pH of solution 10.Steel . Large Fires: Water spray . Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical. May be Poisonous if inhaled. Some are water reactive.H. keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt..1-ethylidene chloride. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. if breathing is difficult.1.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Ethane. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Water spray may reduce vapor. Version/01 SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. give artificial respiration. In case of contact with material . Chloroform : 57C/ 135 F : -97C/ -143 F : 1.Gon.1-DICHLOROETHANE Synonyms Asymmetrical dichloroethane.1-dichloro. give oxygen. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature 1. Chlorinated hydrochloric ether.9 : Negligible : 3. ethylidene dichloride. ethylidene chloride. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 166/858쪽 .0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if not breathing.35 :O : 9. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.18 : Halogenated compound : 182 :C :B : 7.41 : Ship’s lines to deck/center tanks.H.Kim. no flares. : 2362 : DCH 2 4 2 : C H CI : Colorless oily liquid. 1. or portable lines to droplines : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible UN.

Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Liquid causes slight irritation..(F) : 856 Extinguishing Agents : Dry chemical.1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 167/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Secure ignition sources Water spray may be used to spills away. face shield. Short Exposure Tolerance : 4000 ppm in 30 min. intoxication. : 1. if breathing stops. polyurethane and Epoxy with restrictions. Product becomes corrosive if in contact with moisture Keep away from adjacent heat. toxic and highly flammable vapors are given off. apply artificial respiration Skin or eye contact. Clear lines with Nitrogen. CO2 Special fire Procedures : Water may ineffective on fire.H.Gon. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing Breathing apparatus on standby Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash to remove residues Ventilate to gas free ( or inert ) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Tank Coating Version/01 : Stainless steel.1. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. Flash Point (F) : 17 Flammable Limits : 6~ 16 % Auto igniting Temp. keep exposed tanks cool with water spray. dizziness. Incompatible with strong oxidizers and caustics. but decomposes when heated forming toxic and flammable vapors. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear protective clothing. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.2-dichloroethane is a suspected carcinogen. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable Liquid and vapor will cause irritation and slight burns Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. foam. liquid slightly irritating.flush areas immediately with water for 15 min. : Vapor causes eye irritation. provide fire fighters with protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. Zinc.C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General : When heated. Reactivity Stability: Generally stable. respiratory protection. goggles. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air.2 : Unavailable : 100 : 200 : Vapor irritating. remarks: This compound is a teratogen.Kim.

notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. keep out of low areas. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Tank must be dry Version/01 Cleaning code 2. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.H. Fresh water rinse Educt and mop. Stay away from ends of PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.. Cargoes such as esters. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Hot sea water wash minimum 3 hours ( Check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.Kim. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately.Gon. Reference note 7. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 168/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. pump. If water pollution occurs. line system. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water.

5 Solubility in water : 0.1 % Vapor Density(air = 1.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 5. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. if this is impossible. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.0) : 3. Water spray may reduce vapor. No : 2047 CHris Code : DPU 2 Formula : CICH=CHCH CI Appearance-Odor : White or yellow liquid.23 Chemical Family : Substituted allyls Vapor Pressure(20C) : 103 Pollution Category –USEPA :B IMO :B Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 4.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 169/858쪽 .3-dichloropylene.84 Handling : Center tank ship’s lines only.Gon. 1.3-dichloro. gamma chloroallyl chloride.H. if difficult.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. For massive fire in cargo area.1. Wash skin with soap and water. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Center tank Stainless steel portable lines only. breathing is 1. Version/01 tanks.alpha gamma dichloropylene.0 Applicable Bulk reg. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk.. Dichloropropene. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. sweet penetrating odor. Boiling Point : 104C/ 219 F Freezing Point : -60C/ -76 F Specific Gravity : 1. Flexibles and Bondstrand NOT suitable. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Zinc Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Synonyms PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Telone UN. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. give oxygen In case of contact with material . if not breathing. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. give artificial respiration. no flares.3-DICHLOROPROPENE (DD Soil Fumigant) Alpha chloroalllyl chloride. 1-propene.

Flash Point (F) : 95 Flammable Limits : 5. Compatibility: Material : will cause corrosion of steel if wet or at elevated temp.Gon. dry chemical. full protection as well. Tank Cleaning Warm salt water wash for minimum of 3 hours to ensure pump lines are thoroughly flushed. The mixture should be handled in the same manner as a class B poison. Cargo : Group 15 of compatibility chart. foam. breathing the vapors causes irritation to nose and eyes. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.remove victim to fresh air. also. phosgene. Version/01 Grade. Personnel Protection Total protection suit with breathing apparatus Restrict personnel on deck and secure accommodation. liquid is severely irritating to eyes. self contained breathing apparatus. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. skin or eye contact.D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Combustible produces toxic vapors of hydrogen chloride.5% Auto igniting Temp.3 ~ 14.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. The physical properties will vary somewhat depending upon the proportion of each isomer present. Vapor is a severe irritant. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 170/858쪽 . Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2.Kim.2. protective clothing. water fog. apply artificial respiration. secure ignition sources. However.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. it should be noted that the commercial product is a mixture of isomers.H. avoid contact with liquid.(F) : Unavailable Extinguishing Agents : Co2. Get medical advice or attention. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable. Symptoms: Blisters and burns when in contact with skin. attacks aluminum and rubber. Ventilate to odor and gas free. and carbon monoxide fire may cause violent rupture of tanks. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable.3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 1~3 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 1/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1/skin General : Suspected carcinogen. if breathing stops. Operational Problems/Hazards Product is a mixture and there is insufficient information available Mixture with water will increase corrosive Properties Liquid in contact with eyes will cause damage Contact with liquid and vapor may be harmful Shipper will probably require desiccator fitted to vent lines. where danger of skin contact exists. Special fire Procedures : fire parties must wear full respiratory protection and.

water spray or regular foam.Kim.. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled. IMO : Vessel must have L. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. no go Zinc. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.fog or regular foam. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Handling . Co2. Large Fires: Water spray . Stay away from ends of tanks.Use protective mask and closing when handling this poisonous cargo. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. Stay upwind. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Small Fires: Dry chemical. Stop leak if you can do it without risk PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.C certificate reading :”Dicloropropene” Zinc . no flares.K. If water pollution occurs. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.O.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.H. notify the appropriate authorities.When product analyzed it contained 500 PPM of water . USCG : Product is to be referred to as : “Dichloropane Mixed” Documents to show same. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Tank must be absolutely dry. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 171/858쪽 . If “Dry” (150ppm) Zinc is O. Thoroughly steam tank and lines Allow to cool and ventilate Educt and mop.Gon. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.

Kim. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.H. in case of contact with material. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel Possibly Zinc.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.06 : Insoluble : 5. give oxygen. : Combustible liquid :C : This materials is more of a health hazard than a fire hazard. Use water spray to reduce vapor.O : 0. mixed isomers. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal Version/01 FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. : 197C/ 387F : -80C/ -112 F : 0. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature iso-DECALDEHYDE Synonyms UN. if not breathing.22 : :@C : 0.83 : Aldehyde : 0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 172/858쪽 . Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal. if breathing is difficult. do not get water inside container.Gon.38 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center deck tanks.03 : D. trimethylheptanols : ++ : IDA 9 19 : C H CHO. : 185 : Unavailable : 375 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT..(F) : isodecaldehyde. give artificial respiration. but restricted.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.mixture of isomers : Colorless liquid with a pleasant fruity odor.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.

H. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. roughening and hardening. Cargo : Group 19 of compatibility chart. Reactivity Stability: Stable. steel. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Vapor irritating to mucous membranes. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 173/858쪽 . weaker solution may cause discoloration. avoid contact with liquid. Operational Problems/Hazards Product is flammable Vent line desiccator may be required. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Exposure Procedure : Strong concentration on the skin will produce burns. pump. scoop up. Compatibility: Material: compatible with aluminum. burning and tearing of eyes.1. not compatible with galvanized iron. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Vapor return System : Possible Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash Hot sea water wash. wash site with soap solution. Symptoms : Coughing and sneezing.Gon. Add small amount of water and mix. protective clothing. foam and dry chemical. self contained apparatus.Kim. Educt and mop. short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable. Liquid will cause burns Vapor causes irritations at quite low concentrations. cover spill with sodium bissulfite(NaHSO3). Obtain medical treatment. gloves breathing apparatus on standby. 5 ft half hour drops ( check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free Steam tank and lines Ventilate. : Cool container surfaces with water. signs of irritation of the mucous membranes. salivation. spills on skin should be washed immediately with soap and water. line system. Cleaning code 2. stainless steel.. Version/01 Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : Carbon dioxide. goggles .

) Correction factor Carriage Disch .9 % to 6. : Ambient : 32 : May React with oxides and acids. : Ambient.Kim. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : N/A Flash point : 57 C.Gon.H. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 174/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Personnel Protection. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Version/01 DECALIN Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.89 @ 20 C : /C. : Ambient. Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. : 1147 : TBA : C10 H18 : 57B : Hydrogenated Hydrocarbon : Clear Colourless liquid with sharp menthol like odor : 0.87 to 0. Effects of liquid and vapor largely unknown Explosive range is for product at 212C. ) Tank Coating recommended : Decahydronaphthalene.. :Boiling Point : 188 C Explosive Range : 4.7 % Freeze Point : -35 C Autoignition Point : 250 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Flammable liquid. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Any coating but some linings subject to restrictions.Reg. : Portable lines to droplines. Draeger Tube No.

use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Positive pressure selfcontained breathing apparatus and structural firefighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. may be ignited by heat. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire out. sparks. if not breathing. give artificial respiration. Large Spill Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. or rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Spill or Leak Shut off ignition sources. Wash skin with soap and water. outdoors.e. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. Contact may irritate or burn skin and eyes. keep out of low areas. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. if this is impossible.Gon. or in sewers.Kim. if breathing is difficult. Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. Chemical protective clothing . Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Health Hazards May be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Fire or Explosion Flammable/combustible material. Ventilate to gas and odor free. smoking or flames in hazard area. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Co2. Vapor explosion hazard indoors. isolate hazard area and deny entry. In case of contact with material. For massive fire in cargo area. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Stay away from ends of tanks. Stay upwind. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. First Aids Move victims to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. fog or regular foam. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. water spray or regular foam.. Breathing apparatus on standby Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Version/01 TBA Vapor Return System Reg. or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. give oxygen. : Possible Discharge on passage as per regulations Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Drying oil : NO Solubility in water : Nil Warm sea water wash.H. no flares. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 175/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Large Fires : Water spray. Move container from sire area if you can do it without risk. half-hour drops . Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Cleaning code 3. Fire Small fire Dry chemical . Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Small Leak Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal.

Specific Gravity : 0. Carriage : Ambient. Disch . Vapor is narcotic and high concentrations.Kim. Version/01 DECANE Synonyms : Decyl Hydride. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 176/858쪽 . Average Expected Load Temp. Zinc.7298 @C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : Ambient.) Correction factor : /C. Personnel Protection.Gon. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. IMO No : 2247 IMO TYPE : TBA Formula : CH3 (CH2)8 CH3 ICS Guide Page No.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. :Boiling Point : 174 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -30 C Autoignition Point : 200 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable and liquid and vapor cause irritation.H. Chemical protective clothing . goggles gloves. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : N/A Flash point : 44 C Draeger Tube No. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 31 Reactivity : May react with oxides and acids should be checked against other products. Epoxy .) Tank Coating recommended : Portable lines to droplines.Reg. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. : Family : Saturated Hydrocarbon Appearance and character : Colorless liquid with mild sweet odor.

First Aids Move victims to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed.Gon. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. or rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Large Fires : Water spray. Small Leak Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent materials and place into containers for later disposal. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. outdoors. Spill or Leak Shut off ignition sources. give oxygen.5 hours Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse Educt and mop B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/ Cleaning code 3. For massive fire in cargo area. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.e. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 177/858쪽 . Emergency Action Keep unnecessary people away. sparks. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Water spray may reduce vapor. if not breathing. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Co2.Kim. Version/01 Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. smoking or flames in hazard area. Fire Small fire Dry chemical . may be ignited by heat. Stay upwind. if this is impossible..H. keep out of low areas. or in sewers. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Move container from sire area if you can do it without risk. In case of contact with material. Wash skin with soap and water. Health Hazards May be poisonous if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapor explosion hazard indoors. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. withdraw from area and let fire burn. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Stay away from ends of tanks. Contact may irritate or burn skin and eyes.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. no flares. Positive pressure selfcontained breathing apparatus and structural firefighting protective clothing will provide limited protection. if breathing is difficult. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Nil Drying oil : NO Warm sea water wash for minimum 2. Large Spill Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Fire or Explosion Flammable/combustible material. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. fog or regular foam. Stop leak if you can do it without risk. give artificial respiration. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire out. water spray or regular foam. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. or flames vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.

Kim.O : " : Insoluble : 5.Low : :B : V.(F) : 550 Extinguishing Agents : Alcohol foam.H.0 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.83 : Alcohol : V. carbon dioxide.0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. when exposed to heat or flame.Low : D. : 233C/ 451 F : 7C/ 45 F : 0.Gon.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Draeger Tube No. Flash Point (F) : 180 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 178/858쪽 . water spray. sour odor. Special fire Procedures : Not pertinent Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0. water white liquid. can react with oxidizing materials. : Alcohol C-10. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.3 : Portable lines to droplines : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : ANY Coating : Ch297 Alcohol 100/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Moderate hazard.1-decanol nonylcarbinol : ++ : DAN/ DAX(all isomers) 3 2 8 2 : CH (CH ) CH OH : Colorless. Version/01 n-DECYL ALCOHOL Synonyms UN..46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.capric alcohol. dry chemical.

Kim. valves. If climatic conditions allow.. protective clothing. Skin contact. Personnel Protection Boiler suit. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.flood gently with clean water for at least 15 min. pipes. using chemical injection at second drop and penulate drop. Handle as a detergent. Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable. remarks: ++ Unassigned Version/01 Operational Problems/ Hazards Due to high point. Main hazard is liquid contact with eyes.considerable pain and irritation to eyes. skin irritation. Exposure Procedure : Eye contact. loading carriage and discharge temperatures will vary with different shippers.No headache.Steel . but eyes must be protected from liquid. Good cargo . PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Practically non-toxic. Symptoms: Skin and eye contact. face shield. Reactivity Stability: Stable. Natural need coated/SS tank. Ventilate to odor and gas free. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 179/858쪽 . but in any event temperature must be maintained above 7 C.A good MS tank can be used for synthetic.remove contaminated clothing and wash affected areas with plenty of water.H.Gon. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Fresh water rinse Educt and mop. M. then product will be carried ambient product is generally non-hazardous. gloves and goggles Tank Cleaning Warm salt water wash. Compatibility: Material : Mild steel is suitable for tanks.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. 5 ft half-hour drops.

co2 Special fire Procedures : Water might be ineffective.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. Flash Point (F) : May polymerize to gummy solid.3 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : May polymerize to gummy solid. Cool exposed tanks with water.0) : Acrylic acid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 180/858쪽 . : ++ : IAI 2 10 21 : CH =CHCOOC H : Water white liquid. Handling : Portable lines to droplines Ship’s lines to center tank. reaction is not violent.H.(F) : " Extinguishing Agents : Foam. isodecyl ester .1 : Unavailable PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.89 : Acrylate : <0. pungent odor : 121C/250 F : -100c/ -148 F : 0. Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp.isodecyl acrylate.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Version/01 iso-DECYL ACRYLATE Synonyms UN.1. NOTE: Bondstrand Not suitable for this product. Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless Steel Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) : 1.Kim.Gon.01 : :A : Low :O :O : Negligible : 7. dry chemical. isodecyl propenoate. Reaction is not violent.

face shield. Do not flush into confined space (such as a sewer) because of the danger of explosion. and protective clothing. remarks:++ Unassigned Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable Liquid and vapor cause irritation and swelling Atmosphere will be untenable before dangerous concentrations reached. After initial water wash the tank. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. Secure accommodation and Recirculation air during all operations Use “ Closed ullaging system” Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash. Personnel Protection Total protection suit .remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with after for 15 min. PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Liquid causes swelling and redness after 10 min.. Symptoms : Skin contact: Swelling and redness. chlorinated solvent recirculation.H. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Reference note 9. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. Inhalation causes mild irritation of nose and throat.remove victim to resh air. have all purpose canister mask available.Gon. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). Reactivity Stability: Stable if inhibited. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to odor and gas free. Version/01 Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Secure ignition sources. skin or eyes contact. pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution. Give artificial respiration if breathing stops. Compatibility: Material: will swell and soften certain rubbers and soften and remove certain paints Cargo : Group 14 of compatibility chart. Thoroughly steam tanks and line ( Odor may be persistent) Educt and mop Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. flush away with water. and using Stolt X. vapor mildly irritates eyes. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible wear rubber gloves. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. Get medical advice or attention. minimum 1 hour Hot sea water wash. Product must be kept dry and away from adjacent heat Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 181/858쪽 . Short Exposure Tolerance: 8 hour exposure of rats to concentrated vapors approaching saturation in air was not fatal.

Flash Point (F) : 126(cc) Flammable Limits : 1.H. : CH297 Alcohol 100/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Moderate hazard.1 : Complete : 4.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. 4-hydroxy-4methyl Pentanone-2.(F) : 1118 Extinguishing Agents : Co2. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 182/858쪽 . experimentally has caused anemia PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. when exposed to heat or flame.8 ~ 6.94 : Ketone/alcohol : 1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) Reference note 15. but restrictions on Polyurethane and Epoxy..2. alcohol foam. as such same must always be avoided.Kim. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1.9% Auto igniting Temp. 4-hydroxy-4-methyl-2-pentone. Special fire Procedures : fire parties should be provided with respiratory protection. Narcotic in high concentration. : 164C/ 328 F : -50C/ -58 F : 0. Version/01 DIACETONE ALCOHOL Synonyms UN.0 : :D : 0.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube No Diacetone. water fog. 2-methyl-2-petanol-4-one : 1148 : DAA 3 2 3 2 : CH COCH C(CH ) OH : Colorless to light yellow liquid faint.0 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 25 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 50 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50 General : Irritating to eyes and mucous membranes. pleasant odor.0 : Portable lines via droplines : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Any Coating.07 :D : 0. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining.dry chemical.

Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Personnel protection Boiler suit. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim. Reactivity Stability: Relatively stable. apply artificial respiration. and damage to kidneys and liver.remove victim to fresh air. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Get medical advice or attention.The acetone content vary in these 3 grades. Breathing apparatus available on standby Tank cleaning Cold salt water wash for minimum of 2 hours Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop NOTE : Check coating guide lists prior to cleaning for any special requirements. the irritant properties will affect personnel before inhalation becomes harmful . Some are water reactive.. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazards Highly flammable and vapor may be harmful.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Symptoms: Burning of eyes and nasal passages. gloves and goggles. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 183/858쪽 . Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Exposure Procedure : Vapors. protective clothing.Gon. dizziness. needing good clean/dry tanks. No big problems. Remarks. if breathing stops. Flash point .check grade. Compatibility: Material : dissolves or softens many plastics. have all-purpose canister mask available. Cleaning code 1. face shield. however. can react with oxidizing materials.It is a strong solvent. Handling . however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.and so does the flash . Short Exposure Tolerance: 150 ppm for 30 min.H.remove contaminated clothing and gently affected areas with water for 15 min. drowsiness. skin or eye contact.

give artificial respiration. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Wash skin with soap and water. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.H. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if this is impossible. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. if not breathing. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. For massive fire in cargo area. if breathing is difficult. Stay away from ends of tanks. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.Gon. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. no flares. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 184/858쪽 . Stay upwind. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. In case of contact with material . give oxygen. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.Kim. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. notify the appropriate authorities. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Water spray may reduce vapor.

1 Solubility in water : Negligible Vapor Density(air = 1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. difficulty in breathing.2-dichloro. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. 1.E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Dangerous. Draeger Tube No : CH244 Trichloroethylene 10/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. Version/01 o-DICHLOROBENZENE Benzene..Kim.07 Handling : Portable lines via droplines NOTE: Compoflex flexible should be used only if no alternative and cleaned a soon as possible.0) : 5.H.(F) : 1198 Extinguishing Agents : Water spray. emits highly toxic chloride fumes.30 Chemical Family : Halogenated compound Vapor Pressure(20C) :1 Pollution Category –USEPA :B IMO :B Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.06 Applicable Bulk reg.2-dichrolobenzene o-dichlorobenzol. eye irritation.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0.Gon.1. : Drowsiness. unsteadiness. when heated to decomposition. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance: Synonyms : 2.1 :4 : 50 : 50/skin : Vapor inhalation causes moderate local irritation of nose and airway. Orthodichlorobenzene UN. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 185/858쪽 .1. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES Tank Coating : Zinc preferred. Special fire Procedures : Wear full protective clothing and self confined breathing apparatus. Co2. Some epoxy linings are suitable but severely restricted and guide lists should be consulted . dry chemical. Pleasant aromatic Boiling Point : 181C/ 357 F Freezing Point : -18C/ -1 F Specific Gravity : 1. No : 1591 CHris Code : DBO 6 4 2 Formula : C H CI Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid. foam. Dowtherm E. Flash Point (F) : 151 Flammable Limits : 2~9 % Auto igniting Temp.

gloves and breathing apparatus Ensure accommodation secured during cleaning. Tank must be absolutely dry and grease free. Tends to become corrosive when in contact with water nitrogen blanket and vent line desiccator may be required. Personnel should be warned that the odor of this product can be tolerated for longer periods.Gon. Warm salt water wash. Phenoline . acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. Epoxy. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. Liquid causes only slight irritation but vapor are toxic System of closed ullaging should be used. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. if breathing stops. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. causing damage before awareness of the danger. Tank Cleaning Cold salt water flush of tank bottom and pump and lines. wear butyl rubber gloves. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart.Carrying heated grades (140F) . non-heated grades up to 30 degree avoid. the longer personnel are exposed. if possible absorb or mix with vermiculite. wash site thoroughly with strong soap solution. apply artificial respiration. line system. The Meta and Para isomers differ only slightly. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Reference note 7.sodium bicarbonate or sand. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is mixed isomers. protective clothing. Compatibility: Material: Most rubbers are not compatible. self breathing apparatus. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 186/858쪽 .remove victim to fresh air. skin or eye contact. Cleaning code 2. gas freeing operations. Painful to some at 60~100 ppm for more than a few min.. Personnel Protection Protective clothing .H.Kim. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. pump.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention.Coating is Only OK. When “cargo cured’ after 3/6 month service coating 100% OK No a difficult cargo.No problem not stow product as first cargo in newly coated tanks . loading. Version/01 Exposure Procedure : Vapor. This may be package in cardboard cartons and burned in an open pit.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes such as esters.that quoted is Ortho. Reactivity Stability: Stable. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. difficult breathing and nausea. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.fog or regular foam. give artificial respiration.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature. Large Fires: Water spray . and ventilate closed spaces before entering. Brief exposure effects last any a minutes.H. Fully-encapsulating. notify the appropriate authorities. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 187/858쪽 . isolate hazard area and deny entry. keep out of low areas. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn. if breathing is difficult. but none of them ignites readily. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. give oxygen. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical Protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. HEALTH HAZARDS Inhalation of vapor or dust is extremely irritating. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Exposure in an enclosed area may be very harmful. Version/01 To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. May cause coughing. Stay upwind. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or regular foam.Gon.. May cause burning of eyes flow of waters. In case of contact with material. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. If water pollution occurs. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. if not breathing.

: Family : TBA Appearance and character : Colorless liquid with mild pleasant odor. Specific Gravity : 1. goggles gloves. Carriage : Ambient. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Cold sea water pre-wash to disperse residues.Check other cargo. tank cleanliness must be high standard. Version/01 1-2 DICHLOROETHYLENE Synonyms : Acethylene Dichloride IMO No : TBA IMO TYPE : N/A Formula : C1HC CHC1 ICS Guide Page No.) Correction factor : TBA /C.257 @ 15 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Zinc or Epoxy. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 188/858쪽 . Vent line desiccator may be required. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. breathing apparatus on standby. Chemical protective clothing. : Ambient. Handling : Ship’s lines to center tanks Exceptionally portable Stainless Steel lines to droplines. Disch .) Tank Coating recommended : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel.H. Personnel Protection.Gon. Liquid and vapor are irritant and narcotic at high concentrations . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. Alkalis and water . Average Expected Load Temp.Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Can be absorbed via skin. : Boiling Point : 47 to 49 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -80 C Autoignition Point : N/A C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable and considered dangerous fire hazard. As product used as base solvent. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : N/A Flash point : 5C Draeger Tube No. light or excessive heat.. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Reactivity : May react with acids.Kim. Clear lines with Nitrogen Product degrades in contact with moisture .

bis ether bis beta chloroethyl ether. Version/01 2. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank and line must be dry Note : Product exists in “cis” and “trans” forms. SG differs slightly.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.2-DICHLOROETHYL ETHER Synonyms Chlorex. Gas free wash ( minimum 3 hour) Ventilate Fresh water rinse Educt and mop.Gon. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 189/858쪽 ..H. chroloethyl ether.Kim.

04 : Negligible : 4. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Get medical advice or attention.1-1'oxybis(2-chloroethane) : 1916 : DEE 2 2 2 : CICH CH OCH CI : Colorless liquid. and is a mild narcotic. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. it reacts with water or steam to evolve toxic or corrosive fumes.22 : Ether : 1. ethane. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air.(F) : 696 Extinguishing Agents : Foam.2.1-1 oxybis(2-chloro. irritation of eyes and skin. Co2. Skin or eye contact. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. dichloroethyl oxide. 100 ppm produces slight nausea and irritation.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating DCEE.2. Short Exposure Tolerance: 500~1000 ppm causes severe irritation of the eyes and nose after brief exposure.Gon.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 190/858쪽 . it affected kidneys and liver in varying degrees. Symptoms : Nausea. Flash Point (F) : 131(cc) Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. chloroform like odor : 178C/ 352 F : -50C/ -58 F : 1.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin General : Vapor is irritant to mucous of eyes and nose.2-dichlorodiethyl ether. Version/01 UN. it emits highly toxic fumes.Kim. sym-dichloroethyl ether.1.Remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.9 : Ship’s line to center tanks : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel or Zinc Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : When heated to decomposition.2 :A :B :+ :O : 0. dry chemical Special fire Procedures : Wear full protective clothing and respiratory protection.dichloroether.1-oxybis (2-chloro.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H.

Version/01 Reactivity Data Stability: Stable until heated to decomposition. Tank must be dry and chloride/ Hydrocarbon free. Keep away from excessive adjacent heat due to possible vapor release Clear lines with Nitrogen. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 191/858쪽 . large heavy face shield.Product carried from Japan checked and found O. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. S. Will react with water or steam.Gon. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous.H. Cargo : Group 41 of compatibility chart Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. minimum 2. may be fatal if inhaled.Use protective clothing and mask when working this hazardous cargo.K. Compatibility: Materials : Unavailable. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. and can react vigorously with oxidizing materials. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.. swallowed or absorbed through skin. pump. remarks: + unavailable. Cleaning code 2.S/Zinc . S. flush with large quantities of water. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash to remove residues Ventilate to gas free Warm sea water wash. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. for these tank linings. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.S -tanks should be inspected for pittings before and after carriages. Personnel Protection Total protection suit Secure accommodation and Recirculation air Restrict personnel on deck during all operations Use “ Closed” Ullaging system.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. secure ignition sources. Handling. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable and both liquid and vapor are toxic.5 hours Ventilate. self contained breathing apparatus. particularly via skin and inhalation of vapor. Fresh water rinse Educt and mop. line system.Kim. Product becomes corrosive in contact with water and nitrogen blanket/ purge and or vent line desiccator may be required.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if breathing is difficult. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 192/858쪽 . Stay upwind. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Dry chemical. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. do not scatter the material.H. give artificial respiration. FIRE Small Fires:. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Fully-encapsulating. keep victim under observation. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Dike fire. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. give oxygen. Small Dry spills. move containers from spill area. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperatu delayed. dry container and cover loosely. Stay away from ends of tanks. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. Version/01 EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.control water for later disposal. keep out of low areas.Gon. if not breathing. water spray or regular foam. Fight fire from maximum distance. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. With clean shovel place material into clean.Kim. In case of contact with material.

Flash Point (F) : None. No : 1593 CHris Code : DCM 2 2 Formula : CH CI Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid a chloroform odor. Vapor Pressure(20C) : 350 Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO :D Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 13. vomiting. and headache.H. Short Exposure Tolerance: Not well established. Liquid causes skin and eye irritation. a poisonous gas. but forms flammable vapor-air mixture at 212 deg F higher.9 Applicable Bulk reg. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT..Gon.Kim. methylene chloride Methylene dichloride UN.3% Vapor Density(air= 1. Symptoms: Light headdress. vapor causes anesthetic effects at high concentrations. Version/01 DICHLOROMETHANE Synonyms : Methylene bichloride.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 214 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50 General : Suspected carcinogen.34 Chemical Family : Halogenated hydrocarbons. CO2. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 193/858쪽 . nausea. Flammable Limits : 12~19% Auto igniting Temp.0 Handling : Portable lines to droplines.0 Solubility in water : 1. Note : Compoflex hoses are not suitable for prolonged use and should be cleaned as soon as possible. Boiling Point : 40C/ 104 F Freezing Point : -97C/ -143 F Specific Gravity : 1. Special fire Procedures : Wear self contained breathing apparatus. and hydrogen chloride gas when heated. dry chemical. foam. possibly in the range 10000~20000 ppm by volume in air. or ship’s lines to deck tanks. Inhibitor : Nitrogen : Purge : No Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless steel or Zinc Draeger Tube No : 672469 Ethylene Chloride 100/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade: Non-flammable Electrical Group :D General : No flash point by conventional methods. evolves phosgene.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. cool exposed tanks with water. prolonged or repeated skin contact may causes defatting of the skin and may produce dermatitis from daily contact. mental confusion.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 19.0) : 3. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2.1.(F) : 1033 Extinguishing Agents : Water.

Keep away from adjacent heat. Compatibility: Material : corrosive to aluminum and magnesium. Contact may irritate burn skin and eyes. HEALTH HAZARDS Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation Exposure in on enclosed area may be very harmful. Due low BP water spray on deck may be necessary. if the eyes are involved. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Ensure tank is steamed to reduce chlorides. Cargoes such as esters. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.H.e. lines and pump Hot slat water wash minimum 2 hours Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop. corrosive to steel when wet. Cleaning code 3. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. “Dichloromethane” Tank Cleaning Cold sea water flush of tank bottom. 1000 ppm.Kim. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. obtain medical attention. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing and breathing apparatus as required. if ingestion has occurred. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. USCG. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. in coordination. Version/01 However. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is non-flammable but vapors may become flammable with air and other flammable mixtures. Reference note 7. and is dry and grease free. Both liquid and vapor cause irritation and vapors can cause unconsciousness. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Test for chlorides and hydrocarbons if in doubt If particle a Methane spray may be beneficial. but contact with open flame causes decomposition. Note : Smell can be difficult to remove and prolonged steaming may be required. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 194/858쪽 . Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. dizziness and slight nausea begin after a half hour exposure to approx. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. flush and then irrigate with large amount of water for at least 15 min. Odor threshold varies with individuals.Gon.. Exposure Procedure : Give artificial respiration if breathing has stops.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Uses the Synonym. as odor can be tolerated by adaptation Product becomes acidic in contact with water and nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccators may be required.

dicy.3-cyclopentadiene dimer. Use first aid treatment according to the nature of the injury DICYCLOPENTADIENE Synonyms UN. If water pollution occurs. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. give artificial respiration. give oxygen. isolate hazard area and deny entry. tetrahydro-4. if not breathing. \ if breathing is difficult. keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Large Fires: Water spray .3-cyclopentadiene 1. notify the appropriate authorities. Most vapors heavier than air Air/vapor mixtures may explode when ignited.7a.7. Small Liquid spills: Take up with sand.Kim.Gon.3a. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Wash skin with soap and water. Stay away from ends of tanks. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 195/858쪽 . FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.7-methanoindence. Container may explode in heat of fire. earth or other noncombustible absorbent Material Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2.4-pentadiene. : 2048 : DPT PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. dicyclo-1. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. no flares.H. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk.fog or regular foam apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. In case of contact with material. Version/01 EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away..1.4. No CHris Code Cyclopentadiene. Stay upwind.

eye irritation resulted after 10 min. sparks and fire. Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Zinc. Exposure Procedure : Vapor.98 Chemical Family : Olefin Vapor Pressure(20C) : 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 196/858쪽 . drowsiness.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : Combustible :C : Keep away from heat.8 ~ 6. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1 ppm caused slight eye and throat irritation after 7 min.remove victim to fresh air. Boiling Point : 166C/ 331 F Freezing Point : 33C/ 91 F Specific Gravity : 0.5 Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO :B Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable.0) : 4.55 Handling : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/center tanks Lines and tank must be maintained dry and may required Nitrogen purge.H. Some Epoxy or Polyurethane linings are acceptable but restricted.D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. carbon dioxide.Gon. if breathing stops. Get medical advice or attention.5 ppm. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. dry chemical.1. avoid prolonged or repeated breathing of vapor.46 Subchapter : D.. 10 12 Version/01 Formula :C H Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid or molten liquid camphor-like odor. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. : Water may be ineffective. Keep exposed tanks cool with water spray. apply artificial respiration. : 80~ 100 : 0. at 5. Draeger Tube No : 67189 Chloroprene 5/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade.dermatitis following prolonged contact.3 % : Above 500 : Foam. skin or eye contact. Symptoms: Inhalation-dizziness.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : less than 0.25 Solubility in water : Insoluble Vapor Density(air = 1. Possibility of thermal burns from hot liquid.O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. skin contact.16 Applicable Bulk reg.Kim. water spray.003 PEL/TWA(ppm) :5 TLV/TWA(ppm) :5 General : Liquid causes skin and eye irritation.

Secure accommodation and re-circulate air. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). MS.if spot cleaning is necessary .hard to deodorize after discharge. It differs from chemical dictionary re melt point. Use Nitrogen Blanket always. secure ignition sources. have all-purpose canister mask available. Cleaning code 3. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. protective clothing. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash to remove residues Ventilate to gas free Warm sea water .Use same cleaner as for lube oil. phthalate. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. Ventilate Fresh water rinse. face shield.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. In lined Tanks . Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water. Reference note 18. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature.Gon. These specs are from MSK Japan. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 197/858쪽 . Clear lines with Nitrogen.5 hours. Restrict personnel on deck during all operations Use “Closed” ullaging system. fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. Product temperature must be rigidly controlled. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Educt and mop Tank must be dry and chloride/ Hydrocarbon free. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. adiptate. For vegetable oil cargoes. Nitrogen purge and blanket and vent line desiccator may be required. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Cargo : Group 30 of compatibility chart. Version/01 Compatibility: Material: Usual materials of construction are suitable. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable and both liquid and vapor cause irritation Prolonged exposure to liquid may cause dermatitis Product will polymerize in contact with heat above 40 C and may discolor and polymerize in contact with air.H. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection Total protection suit. Minimum 2. Cleaning.Kim.. These cargoes leave an odor that in very difficult to remove especially in zinc coated tanks Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Chaterer may require the O2 content of the tank to be less than 2%.e. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.No problem.Avoid if possible . HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin.

SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. For massive fire in cargo area. colorless liquid. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. DIETHANOLAMINE Synonyms Diethyloamine. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Version/01 Keep unnecessary people away.2-iminobisethanol 2. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.Kim.H. no flares. Wash skin with soap and water. bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amine. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 198/858쪽 . withdraw from area and let fire burn. notify the appropriate authorities. di(2-hydroxyethyl)amine. if breathing is difficult. give artificial respiration. ammonia UN. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. If water pollution occurs.Gon.2.2-Iminodiethanol. if not breathing. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. In case of contact with material . give oxygen. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor. : ++ : DEA 2 2 2 : (HOCH CH ) NH : Thick. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Stay away from ends of tanks. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.2-dihydroxydiethylamine. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. if this is impossible. bis(hydroxyethyl)amine. Large Fires: Water spray .2.. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Stay upwind.

Gon.Kim.1 Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO : III Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) :3 TLV/TWA(ppm) :3 General : Liquid is irritating to skin and highly corrosive to eyes.8%(estimated) Auto igniting Temp. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probable Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Epoxy. Exposure Procedure : Skin or eye contact. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Get medical advice or attention..25/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Slight fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame. Compatibility: Material: Avoid copper and its alloys. alcohol foam.(F) : 1224 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. irritating vapor are generated when heated.97 Applicable Bulk reg. Flash Point (F) : 280 Flammable Limits : 1. Symptoms : Itching or burning at point of contact. although Epoxy linings subject to restrictions which check Zinc and polyurethane are Not suitable. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 199/858쪽 .0) : 3.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : V. avoid inhalation of high vapor concentrations.2. Draeger Tube NO : CH318 Hydrazine 0.6%(calculated) ~9. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Boiling Point : 268C/ 514 F Freezing Point : 28C/ 82 F Specific Gravity : 1. Cargo : Group 8 of compatibility chart. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H.dry chemical. provide fire fighters with self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing.09 Chemical Family : Amine Vapor Pressure(20C) : <0. Version/01 Special fire Procedures : Water or foam may cause frothing.65 Handling : Ship’s lines or portable lines to droplines Bondstrand lines are NOT suitable with this product. water fog.Low Solubility in water : Complete Vapor Density(air = 1.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.

. and may burn in eyes Both liquid and vapors cause irritation. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 200/858쪽 . DIETHYLAMINE Synonyms UN. remarks:Since the pure material is solid at ambient temperatures.need test. may cover with sodium bisulfate. Avoid adjacent heat. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.Test show a Zinc pick-up of 5000 ppm -making coating unsuitable.This amine is giving us no trouble. Personnel Protection Protective clothing . ammonia odor : 56C/ 132 F : -50c/ -58 F : 0. face shield.4 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Version/01 Spill or Leak Procedure Wear butyl rubber gloves. Consult locally to establish colour as product can become discolored and off-spec. to keep it liquid. Cleaning code 1. Ensure sufficient opening in tank to prevent vacuum forming while washing. goggles and gloves Breathing apparatus on standby Vapor return system : NO Tank Cleaning Warm sea water wash for minimum 2 hours Ventilate to odor and gas free Steaming tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop NOTE: Amines absorb water very rapidly . Liquid can be harmful by absorption.N-ethylethanamine : 1154 : DEN 2 5 2 : (C H ) NH : Colorless liquid. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. spray with large excess of water and wash up. Phenoline. Product may be mixed with water to depress the freeze point Thus SG may vary. Handling.H. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Due low pressure beware of vapour lying. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) : DEN.Gon. Some are water reactive. under certain conditions. but may be shipped as a pale yellow color.71 : Amine : 20. ++ Unassigned Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is generally water-white. or all purpose canister respiratory.Coating is most likely resistant . A nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. protective clothing.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. deethanolamine may be carried in aqueous solution or elevated temp. Zinc .

46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 1. flush spill with large quantities of water. face shield or all purpose canister respirator.0 Solubility in water : Complete Vapor Density (air = 1. Exposure Procedure : In case of contact with eyes or skin. dangerous when exposed to heat or flame.. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.8~10. vapors are heavier than air and may travel considerable distance to an ignition sources and flashback.(F) : 594 Extinguishing Agents : CO2.14 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General : Liquid very irritating on contact and is toxic by skin absorption.1 % Auto igniting Temp. Pollution Category –USEPA :B IMO :C Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.Kim. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating : Stainless Steel Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :C General : Extremely flammable. cover with sodium bisulfate and clean up.Gon. Symptoms: Liquid cause eye injury and skin irritation.H. for eyes get medical attention.7 Applicable Bulk reg. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. copper and its alloys should not be used.2. Cargo : Group 7 of compatibility chart. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable.5 Handling : Ship’s lines to deck center tanks Compoflex hoses may be used if necessary. vapor causes severe irritation of nose and respiratory passages. Version/01 Spill or Leak Procedure Wear butyl rubber gloves. Compatibility: Material: Steel and stainless steel are compatible. Short Exposure Tolerance: 100 ppm for 30 min. Flash Point (F) : -24 Flammable Limits : 1.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0. Irritating vapors are generated when heated. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 201/858쪽 . immediately flush with plenty of water for at least 15 min.dry chemical or alcohol foam. protective clothing secure ignition sources.0) : 2. Special fire Procedures : Provide fire fighters with self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes at once.

Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. minimum 2 hours to clear residues. Climate Cooling recommended Nitrogen Blanket needed . All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 202/858쪽 . When cleaning ensure vacuum does not form in tank. 3 hours ( check LEL) Ventilate Thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop Note : Alternatively inert or gas free tank prior to hot wash Zinc . and breathing apparatus Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Personnel Protection Protective clothing. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.Coating is OK at temperatures of 70F and lower cooling beneficial .At this writing shipper demand P. This cargo is hard to handle at high ambient temperature. Some are water reactive.V valves set at 5 psig or cooled down in hot. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.Kim. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. gloves. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.H.Gon. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if swallowed. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Stay upwind. Hot sea water wash. Version/01 Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable and effect of liquid and vapor is harmful Ensure tank and lines are moisture free Blow with Nitrogen Amines absorbed water very rapidly .. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Handling . May be Poisonous if inhaled.

SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Water spray may reduce vapor. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. If water pollution occurs. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical. if breathing is difficult. benzene like odor : 182C/ 360 F : -43C/ -45F : 0. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 203/858쪽 .isomers : 2049 : DEB 6 4 2 5 2 : C H (C H ) : Colorless liquid.fog or regular foam. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. give oxygen. Stay away from ends of tanks. water spray or regular foam.87 : Aromatic hydrocarbon :1 : :C : 0. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature DIETHYLBENZENE Synonyms UN.4) diethylbenzene. Version/01 CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. if not breathing.2-1.3-1. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. m or o. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : Diethylbenzene(1.Gon. no flares. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Co2.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. give artificial respiration. Large Fires: Water spray . notify the appropriate authorities.H. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. In case of contact with material .05 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.O : 0. on long immersion.Gon. Cargo : Group 32 of compatibility chart. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. then soften.0) : D. Handling : Little data available -action as for Benzene.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Vapor harmful Symptoms : Headache. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable Exposure Procedure : Vapor. foam. Applicable Bulk reg. if breathing stops. Firefighter should wear respiratory protection. secure ignition sources. Flash Point (F) : 133 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp.1. dry chemical. the effects of inhalation may be delayed. Special fire Procedures : Fight in the same manner as any grade D petroleum product fire. will first swell. when exposed to heat or flame.. Operational Problems / Hazards As for Benzene Personnel Protection Chemical Protective clothing Breathing Apparatus Tank Cleaning PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 204/858쪽 .remove victim to fresh air.62 Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Moderate hazard.H. the ortho and para form will predominate. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating : ANY Coating suitable Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. nausea. skin or eye contact.08 : Negligible : 4. water fog. apply artificial respiration.Kim. Get medical advice or attention.(F) : 806 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Compatibility: Material : rubber. remarks: Usually shipped as a mixture of isomers. dizziness.

line system. Cold salt water pre-wash Ventilate to gas and odor free Hot salt water wash Educt and mop dry Tank must be dry and grease free. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Stay upwind. Stay away from ends of tanks. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.See no problems with this cargo. Small Fires: Dry chemical. water spray or regular foam. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. no flares. pump. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. If water pollution occurs. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.Gon.. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. notify the appropriate authorities. Handling . smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Large Fires: Water spray . Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Co2. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 205/858쪽 . Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor.H.fog or regular foam.Kim. do not get water inside container. 64/66 : Ventilate tank for 24 hours after discharge coating may be soft.

: ++ : DEG 2 2 2 : (CH CH OH) O : Colorless.3-Oxa-1. Version/01 Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.dihydroxydiethyl ether. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 206/858쪽 . Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature DIETHYLENE GLYCOL Synonyms DEG. if breathing is difficult.12 : Glycol ethers : Very Low : : III : Very Low :D UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. 2.2-dihydroxythyl ether. slight odor : 244C/ 472 F : -6C/ 21 F : 1.2-oxybisethanol.2-oxydiethanol.H. syrup liquid. give artificial respiration.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.46 Subchapter PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. if not breathing. 2. bis(2-hydroxyethyl)ether..diglycol. give oxygen.2. in case of contact with material.5-pentanediol.

66 Handling : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck /center tanks Ensure lines absolutely clean and dry. Special fire Procedures: Water or foam may cause frothing. Personnel Protection Boiler suit and gloves and goggles. chlorides and hydrocarbons.H. not considered toxic. Liquid and vapor will cause irritation.0.0) : 3.Gon. and easily put off specification.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. highest grade generally termed “fibregrade” Nitrogen blanket/purge and vent line desiccator may be required.hazardous Product highly susceptible to contamination. Tank coatings must be in good condition and tank s and lines absolutely dry. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 207/858쪽 .dry chemical. Flash Point (F) : 255 Flammable Limits : 1. Reactivity Stability: Stable. Check coating guide. water spray. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable.8% Auto igniting Temp. alcohol foam. protective clothing. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. especially rust.(F) : 444 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probable Tank Coating : Any Coating . get medical attention. DO not direct water directly into fire. face shield. or if skin is blistered or peeled.6 ~ 10. Version/01 Vapor pressure 46C(psia) :" Solubility in water : Complete Vapor Density(air = 1. avoid contact with liquid.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Under ordinary conditions of handling. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. when exposed to heat or flame.Kim. Several grades shipped.. Exposure Procedure : Eye or skin contact. Symptoms : Skin which has come into contact with the liquid may burn or itch. but some Zincs and Epoxy linings are restricted. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is practically non. Compatibility: Material: compatible with most materials of construction.E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : Slight hazard. can react with oxidizing materials.flush affected area gently with water for 15 min. for eye contact. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

: ++ : DME 4 9 2 2 2 2 : C H OCH CH )CH CH OH : Colorless liquid. Diglycol monobutyl ether. 2(2-butoxy ethoxy)ethanol. Excellent cargo.It is next to impossible to get a perfect M. Cleaning code 2. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. etc.S tank past surveyor s .butyl diglycol. pump.dowanol DB. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 208/858쪽 . 5 ft. : 231C/ 448 F : -68C/ -90 F : 0. these gels once formed can be removed by use of a cleaning solvent. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. half hour drops Ventilate Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop Thoroughly steaming tank and line to clear chlorides Tank may be chemically sprayed (when cool) to remove hydrocarbons an washed with distilled waters.. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Handling . Pleasant odor. line system. they may alter the non-volatile specification of the subsequence cargo. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Test for Chloride and Hydrocarbons M.butyl dioxitol.2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol.ektasolve DB solvent. Reference note 4.Nitrogen Blanket is recommended – especially for slack loaded tanks.H. line system pump.S.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim. The application of hot water to these product will cause the product to degrade and may cause gels to form on the tanks surfaces. Version/01 Tank Cleaning Hot sea water wash.95 : Glycol ether : Very Low : : III :" :D :" : Complete UN.Avoid product discolor easily.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Once they have formed. butyl carbitol.Gon. DIETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER Synonyms Butyldiethylene glycol.

product will attack rubber. particularly from water.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Slight eye irritation.dry chemical. Vapor Density(air = 1.H.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Secure ignition sources. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 209/858쪽 .5 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck / Center tanks. Cargo : Group 40 of compatibility chart. rust and excessive heat. half -hour drops PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Compatibility: Material: mild steel and stainless steel are suitable. repeated skin contact causes slight irritation. remarks: ++ Unassigned Operational Problems/ Hazards Product has no significant hazards. : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probable : Stainless Steel or Zinc : Combustible liquid :C : Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame.flush with water.Kim. Product is highly susceptible to contamination. open area-polar solvent foam : Water spray may cause frothing. Certain rubbers and plastics are unsuitable. Vapor inhalation. low toxicity. : 172 : Unavailable : 442 : Confined area-co2. gloves . Exposure to excessive adjacent heat may cause discoloration Product shipped by DOW chemicals will almost certainly require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator Maximum adjacent heat tolerable 40 C. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. although liquid and vapor may cause irritation. Reactivity Stability: Stable. 5 ft. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable Exposure Procedure : Liquid. goggles Tank Cleaning Warm sea water wash.0.remove victim to fresh air. Symptoms: Liquid-slightly painful and irritating to eyes. absorb on paper towel and vermiculite.. Personnel Protection Boiler suit.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Version/01 : 5. Vapor-eye irritation.

01 : Complete : 4.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 210/858쪽 .62 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/ center tanks.Gon.03 : Glycol ether : Low : : III : Low :D : 0. Ethoxy diglycol.This is a good cargo with no problems.ektasolve DE solvent. mild pleasant odor : 202C/ 396 F : -76C/ -105 F : 1. Version/01 Ventilate to odor free Thoroughly steaming tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop Note : Check coating guide as some coating require drying by ventilation of the product before washing the tank. Handling .46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Tank and line must be dry and grease free Coating showing minimal breakdown. dowanol DE.2(2-ethoxyethoxy)ethanol.Kim.0) Handling Inhibitor Carbitol solvent. DIETHLENE GLYCOL ETHYL ETHER Synonyms UN. : ++ : DGE 2 2 2 2 2 3 : HOCH CH OCH CH OC H : Colorless liquid.H. a good clean tank/ lines is all that’s needed.

(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probable : Stainless Steel or Zinc Version/01 : Combustible liquid :C : Moderate hazard when exposed to heat : 205 : LEL=1. : Coal exposed tanks with water. Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Avoid excessive adjacent heat. Skin or eye contact. Compatibility: Material: Usual materials of construction are suitable. Spill or Leak Procedure avoid contact with liquid.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected area with water for 15 min.. can react with oxidizing materials. gloves.0.) : 400 : dry chemical. Personnel Protection Boiler suit. 5 ft half-hour drops Ventilate to gas/ odor free Thoroughly steam tank and line. Symptoms : None expected with normal use. otherwise practically non-hazardous . as product may discolor. rust and chlorides Liquid and vapor may cause irritation and liquid is toxic by ingestion. mild local irritant. absorb on paper towel and vermiculite. secure ignition sources. remarks:++ Unassigned.H.9 to 1. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.03 with shipper. or carbon dioxide.Gon.Educt and mop Ensure gas checked at bottom of tank as vapor pressure low Note : Check coating guide as some coatings require drying by ventilation of the product before washing the tank.Kim. under ordinary conditions of handling not considered toxic. Product will attack rubber. goggles Tank Cleaning Warm/ hot sea water wash. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 211/858쪽 . Get medical advice for eye contact. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Ventilate . Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0.remove victim to fresh air. short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable.55(est.0 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Strong ingesstive toxin. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. alcohol foam. Product susceptible to moisture.2% UEL=8. Cargo : Group 40 of compatibility chart. Operational Problems/ Hazards Normally a DOW Chemical product where Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line dessicator required SG may vary from 0.

.03 : Glycol ether : 0. Handling . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 212/858쪽 . Methyl carbitol.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.H.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.odor and grease free.02 : Complete : 4.0) Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Dowanol DM.USCG/Shell request (Demand) Nitrogen Blanket. Version/01 DIETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER Synonyms UN.Kim. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. ektasolve DM solvent. Tank must be dry . : 193C/ 379 F : -84C/ -120 F : 1.01 : D.O : 0.14 : Combustible liquid :C : Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame.2 : :C : 0.Tank will pass for loading if in good shape. : 200 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : ++ : DGM 3 2 2 2 2 : CH OCH CH OCH CH OH : Colorless liquid with a mild pleasant odor. No big problems with this cargo. 2(2-methyoxyethoxy)ethanol. MS.

Gon. Product is susceptible to moisture. Skin or eye contact. although liquid and vapor may cause irritation. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 213/858쪽 ..0 : Unavailable : Unavailable : " General : Not considered toxic under ordinary conditions of handling. Tank Cleaning Warm sea water wash with chemical injection .(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) Version/01 : LEL = 1. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Dry chemical. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Operational Problems/Hazardous A Dow chemical product. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust Tank should be well steamed and odor grease free.H.2%. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. remarks: ++ Unassigned. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Boiler suit . Ventilate to gas/odor free Thoroughly steaming tank and lines Ventilate. gloves goggles. UEL = unavailable : Unavailable : Water. Carbon dioxide. Educt and mop. Product will attack rubber. Get medical advice for eye contact. can react with oxidizing materials. Zinc . Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. ) Tank Coating recommended : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck /center tanks. Symptoms : Liquid may irritate Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable.Kim. Product is practically non-hazardous. rust and chlorides and may be adversely affected by excessive adjacent heat . Cargo : Group 40 of compatibility chart.0.remove victim to fresh air. Will require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator. : Cool exposed tanks with water. Personnel Protection. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge possible Blanket : Probable : Stainless steel. : 0.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected area with water for 15 min. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. or alcohol foam. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.

: 79 Family : Amine ( poly aliphatic ) Appearance and character : Clear colorless to yellow straw color with strong ammonia type odor.9474 @ 25 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Specific Gravity : 0.H. Note: Bondstrand lines are Not suitable for this products Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. : Ambient.Kim. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No :7 Reactivity : reacts with oxidizing agent and acids Increased vapor release in contact with water and contact with air can cause discoloration .Reg. Carriage : Ambient..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 DIETHYLENE TRIAMINE Synonyms : 2. Zinc Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : N/A ppm TLV ppm : 102 C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.2 Diaminodiethylene IMO No : 2079 IMO TYPE :3 Formula : H2 N Ch2 CH2 NH CH2 CH2 NH2 ICS Guide Page No.) Correction factor : TBA /C. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 214/858쪽 . Disch . Average Expected Load Temp.Gon. Handling : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck /center tanks. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge possible Blanket : Probable : Stainless steel.

Personnel Protection. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled.5 hours Ventilate to odor and gas free Steaming tanks and lines Ventilate Educt and mop.Gon. Avoid adjacent heat.Kim.H. Drying oil : NO B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Cleaning code 1. Product is strong alkaline. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 215/858쪽 . Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Consult other cargoes before slopping to common tanks. keep out of low areas PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Charterer may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator . Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. goggles gloves. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Aldehydes and Ketones. Allyl chloride.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.. Some are water reactive. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Stay upwind. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : 67184 Triethylamine : 193C : % to % : -35 C : 399 C Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazardous Product will react with halocarbon type solvents. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. breathing apparatus on standby. Secure accommodation and re-circulate air Restrict personnel on deck Employ closed ullaging system Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Liquid and vapor can be harmful Vapor is very strong irritant and atmosphere will be untenable before TLV is reached . outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Acrilonitrile. Chemical protective clothing. Draeger Tube No. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Warm sea water wash for minimum of 2.

if not breathing. If water pollution occurs. Handling : Ship’s lines to deck/center tanks. Version/01 Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Inhibitor : YES (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.5% Freeze Point : -123 C Autoignition Point : 180 C Operational Problems/Hazardous PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.7193 @ 15 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Gon. Co2. Disch . smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.00114 Carriage : Ambient. notify the appropriate authorities.Kim. give artificial respiration. Small Fires: Dry chemical.85 % to 36. Ethyl Oxide. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 41 Reactivity : Reacts with oxidizing agent and acids Forms explosive peroxides in contact with air. give oxygen. Average Expected Load Temp. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Large Fires: Water spray . immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. do not get water inside container. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. in case of contact with material. no flares. if breathing is difficult.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. IMO No : 1155 IMO TYPE :2 Formula : C2 H5 OC2 H5 ICS Guide Page No. ) : Purge probable Blanket : YES Tank Coating recommended : Stainless steel.) Correction factor : 0. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. : 80 Family : Ether Appearance and character : Clear colorless highly mobile liquid with strong sweet odor.H. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Sulphuric Ether. Solvent Ether BP. Zinc Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : LOW ppm TLV 400 ppm Flash point : -40 C Draeger Tube No. Specific Gravity : 0. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal.fog or regular foam. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water.Reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 216/858쪽 . Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature DIETHYL ETHER Synonyms : Ether. Stay away from ends of tanks. : 67305 Diethyl Ether 100/a Boiling Point : 34C Explosive Range : 1. water spray or regular foam. : Ambient.

H. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 217/858쪽 . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. goggles gloves. notify the appropriate authorities. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Secure accommodation and re-circulate air Restrict personnel on deck Employ closed ullaging system Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg.Kim. Product is highly flammable and explosion risk is severe and Nitrogen blanket is recommended in all circumstances. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank to be dry and grease rust free. also vent line desiccator. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Cold sea water flush of tank and line to remove residues Ventilate to odor and gas free (or below LEL) Hot sea water wash. minimum 2 hours Ventilate to gas and odor free Steam tank and line Educt and mop Note : Attempts to evaporate residues by heating coils or air blowing will cause dangerous risk of formation of explosive peroxides. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Clear lines with Nitrogen. Version/01 Product may have to be cooled if climatic temperatures approach 30 C to prevent boil-off. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. Reference note 19. FIRE PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stay upwind. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Nitrogen purge/blanket may be required. breathing apparatus on standby. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Chemical protective clothing. Check with ship operator for further cleaning instructions. although atmosphere becomes unacceptable before TLV is reached. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Liquid and vapor cause irritation and vapor can be fatal at high concentrations. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. If water pollution occurs. The tank must be filed with water prior to any machine washing. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. as product reacts with air.Gon. Personnel Protection. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.

Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.Reg.H. no flares. : 61 Family : Hydrocarbon (Olefins) Appearance and character : Clear colorless liquid with strong sweet odor. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.00082 Carriage : Ambient. give artificial respiration. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Average Expected Load Temp. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Large Fires: Water spray . if not breathing. For massive fire in cargo area. : Ambient. In case of contact with material . Stay away from ends of tanks. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.. Wash skin with soap and water. if this is impossible. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 218/858쪽 . immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Check Coating guides Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : N/A ppm TLV N/A ppm Flash point :-7C Draeger Tube No. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 30 Reactivity : Reacts with oxidizing agent and acids Handling : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/center tanks Note : Compoflex flexible hoses are NOT suitable for this products. Specific Gravity : 0.Kim. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. ) Tank Coating recommended : YES (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Any Coating . FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Version/01 Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam.) Correction factor : 0.72 @ 20 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. give oxygen. IMO No : 2050 IMO TYPE :3 Formula : Mixed Isomers C8 H16 ICS Guide Page No. DIISOBUTYLENE Synonyms : Diisobutene. Water spray may reduce vapor. but some restricted. if breathing is difficult. Disch .Gon.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. : N/A Boiling Point : 97C Explosive Range : 1 % to unknown % Freeze Point : -101 C Autoignition Point : N/A C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. withdraw from area and let fire burn. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.

Charterer may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator.. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.Kim. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.H. Personnel Protection. Product should be kept away from adjacent heat. Boiler suit. 5 ft half hours drops Ventilate to odor and gas free Thoroughly Steaming tanks and lines Ventilate Educt and mop Drying oil : NO B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank should be thoroughly steaming . isolate hazard area and deny entry. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Version/01 B Vapor Return System Reg. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Cleaning code 1. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. goggles. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Cold sea water wash for minimum of 2 hours Warm sea water wash. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. As a mixed isomer product tends to polymerize and while inhibited.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable Liquid and vapor may cause irritation in eyes but are largely non-hazardous. All that’s needed is a good clean tank. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Stay upwind. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Dry and grease free. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. and gloves. This is not a difficult cargo. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.Gon. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 219/858쪽 . may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. Some are water reactive. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.

Valerone UN. no flares. Version/01 FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. For massive fire in cargo area.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.2 % : 745 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. notify the appropriate authorities. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. if not breathing.H.81 Chemical Family : Ketone Vapor Pressure(20C) :1 Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO :D Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.fog or alcohol-resistant foam.9 Handling : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center /deck tanks. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating : Stainless Steel. No : 1157 CHris Code : DIK 3 2 2 Formula : [(CH ) CHCH ]CO Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid.21 Applicable Bulk reg.Kim. 2. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Stay away from ends of tanks.(F) Synonyms : Combustible liquid :D : Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame.46 Subchapter :D Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0.. In case of contact with material . sym-5 diisopropylacetone. if breathing is difficult. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.Gon. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Water spray may reduce vapor. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. give artificial respiration. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.8~6. mild odor Boiling Point : 168C/ 334 F Freezing Point : -41C/ -42 F Specific Gravity : 0.6-dimethyl-4-heptanone.48 Solubility in water : Negligible Vapor Density(air = 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 220/858쪽 .sym-diisopropylacetone. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. give oxygen. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Large Fires: Water spray .0) : 4. DIISOBUTYL KETONE DIBK. : 140 : 0. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. if this is impossible.Isovalerone. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Zinc Epoxy and polyurethane acceptable but restricted. If water pollution occurs.

face shield. gloves. and protective clothing. flush with water. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Cleaning code 2..Kim.OK with no heat adjacent Ventilate / Dry tank for at least 24 hours before re-loading. Version/01 Extinguishing Agents : Carbon dioxide. line system. Get medical advice or attention. with water. goggles Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash for minimum 2 hours Warm sea water wash. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Keep unprotected personnel upwind of contaminated area. cool fire exposed tanks with water.H. Special fire Procedures : Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. pump. traces of eye injury. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. alcohol foam. otherwise product practically non-hazardous. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. dry chemical. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 221/858쪽 . Water may be ineffective on fire. on test. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. irritation of eye. minor skin irritation. Personnel Protection Boiler suit .Gon. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly Steaming tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop 64/66 . Compatibility: Material: mild steel can be used. Have all purpose canister mask available. Short Exposure Tolerance: Animal tests show minor skin irritation. apply artificial respiration. Cargo : Group 18 of compatibility chart. : Redness or irritation of skin. secure ignition sources. Exposure Procedure : Inhalation: remove victim to fresh air. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms : 2. nose and throat. if breathing stops. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. although irritation and systemic effects may result from prolonged exposure Odors is irritant and will create untenable atmosphere before exposure would be harmful. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product if flammable Liquid on skin can cause dermatitis.1.1. : Unavailable : 25 : 25 : Fairly toxic if inhaled. skin or eye contact: flush affected areas for 15 min. inhalation resulted in 33% death rate in 8 hours. wear rubber gloves.

FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. no flares. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.Gon. Wash skin with soap and water. if this is impossible. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.Kim. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Stay upwind. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 222/858쪽 . Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. give oxygen. Stay away from ends of tanks. withdraw from area and let fire burn. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. if breathing is difficult. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. notify the appropriate authorities. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. give artificial respiration. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. For massive fire in cargo area..fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray . Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Water spray may reduce vapor. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. if not breathing. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. In case of contact with material .H. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. If water pollution occurs. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.

: 1. Polyurethane Some Zinc but restricted. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.50 C : N/A C Vapor pressure LOW Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Practically non-hazardous Product must be dry Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required.04 @ 20C : : : : : 34 : Reacts with oxidizing agent and acids : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/center tanks : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : : TBA :3 : C6 H4 (CO2 C4 H9) 2 : 64 : Ester : Clear colorless to gray liquid with almost no odor. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : No odor ppm TLV N/A ppm : 160C : N/A : 327C : % to % : .Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Version/01 DIISOBUTYL PHTHALATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Reg.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 223/858쪽 .H. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Average Expected Load Temp.

phthalate.Kim. and gloves. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.H. adiptate. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 224/858쪽 . fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Reference note 8. goggles. 5 ft. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. half hour drops with chemical injection. Boiler suit. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Drying oil : NO Hot sea water wash. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Steam tank and line only after inspection to ensure no residues Ventilate Educt and mop. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Lines should be cleared with Nitrogen. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). Personnel Protection. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Version/01 B Vapor Return System Reg. Cleaning code 3..e. Ventilate to gas and odor free.Gon.

: Portable lines to droplines : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.966@ 20 C : : 10-20 C : 20-40 C : 10-40 C : 34 : May Reacts with oxidizing agent and acids Check other cargo. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Zinc. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Personnel Protection Boiler suit. goggles. ) Tank Coating recommended : DIDP : TBA : TBA : C6 H4 (COOC10 H21) 2 : N/A : Ester : Clear colorless liquid with mild pleasant odor. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : 190 C Draeger Tube No.Gon.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . and gloves. : N/A Boiling Point : 250 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : .Reg.50 C Autoignition Point : N/A C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable Liquid and vapor cause irritation and may be toxic at high concentrations. Average Expected Load Temp.H. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg.. Product may be heated or ambient Possible only heated for case of discharge Check locally. or Epoxy possibly some restrictions. : 0.Kim. Version/01 DIISODECYL PHTHALATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 225/858쪽 .

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Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Drying oil : NO

Hot sea water wash, Minimum 3 hours chemical injection may be required. Ventilate When all residues removed thoroughly steam tank and line, Ventilate to gas and odor free. Educt and mop. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry and odor free. Color - Nitrogen blanket with protect color: especially on slack tank. Tank and lines must be completely dry for loading and discharge. No other problems Good cargoes. Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin, phthalate, adiptate, fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash), alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated.

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DIISONOYL PHTHALATE
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chaterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended : DINP : TBA :3 : (C9 H19 COO)2 C6 H4 : TBA : Ester : Colorless viscous liquid with mild pleasant odor. : 0.972@ 20 C : : Ambient : 20 -40 C : 10- 40C : 34 : : Portable lines to droplines . : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible Stainless steel, Zinc, Epoxy. All with restriction on acid value and dryness.

Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 221 C Draeger Tube No. : Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous

Personnel Protection; Boiler suit, goggles, and gloves.

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TBA

Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Hot sea water wash, 5 ft. half hour drops . Ventilate to gas and odor free. Steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank and line must be dry. Color : Nitrogen blanket will protect color; especially on slack tank completely dry for loading and discharge No other problems Good cargo. Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin, phthalate, adiptate, fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash), alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. Drying oil : NO

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DIISOOCTYL PHTHALATE
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended : DIOP, BISOFLEX : TBA :3 : C6 H4 (COOC8 H17)2 : 86 : Ester : Clear viscous Liquid with no odor. : 0.98 @ 20 C : 0.00072 : Ambient : “ : Ambient : 34 : Reacts with oxidizing agent and acids : Portable lines to droplines : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Any Coating.

Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : No odor ppm TLV N/A ppm Flash point : 204 C Draeger Tube No. : N/A Boiling Point : 370C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : - 50 C Autoignition Point : 500 C Vapor pressure LOW Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Practically non-hazardous Product is susceptible to smell and Charterer may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator Although vapor is non-hazardous, due to low vapor pressure , caution should be employed in tank bottoms where Oxygen may be deficient. Personnel Protection; Boiler suit, goggles, and gloves. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide

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Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Cold Sea water wash, minimum 2 hours Hot sea water wash, 5 ft. half hour drops. Ventilate to gas and odor free. Steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin, phthalate, adiptate, fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash), alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. Drying oil : NO

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DIISOPROPYLAMINE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Dareger Tube No Carriage Disch Average expected load Temp. : DIPA,N-(1-methyletyhl)-2-propamine : 1158 : DIA 3 2 2 : [(CH ) CH] NH : Colorless liquid, amine odor. : 84C/ 183 F : -96C/ -92 F : 0.72 : Amine : 70 : :C : 2.5 :O : 3.7 : Complete : 3.5 : Ship’s lines to center/deck tanks : NO : Purge ; possible Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel, Possible Zinc, but severely restricted. : CH318 Hydrazine 0.25/a : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :C General : Dangerous. Keep away from heat and open flame. Toxic of nitrogen may form in fires. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. Vapor may explode ignited in an enclosed area. Flash Point (F) : 30 Flammable Limits : Unavailable. Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 600 Extinguishing Agents : Alcohol foam, co2,dry chemical. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective. Wear eye protection and self contained breathing apparatus.

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Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3,2,4 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin General : Liquid irritating to skin and eyes on contact. Inhalation of fumes can cause pulmonary edema. Symptoms: eye, skin, and respiratory irritation.

Short Exposure Tolerance: Death results at 2200 ppm, or from repeated exposures of 260 ppm, nausea and impairment of vision occur between 25 and 50 ppm. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration, if breathing stops, Skin or eye contact- Remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material : Avoid copper and copper alloys. Cargo : Group 7 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible, wear butyl rubber gloves, face shield or all purpose canister respiratory protection, protective clothing. Secure ignition sources. Cover with sodium bisulfate and clean up. flush spill with large quantities of water. Operational Problems/Hazards Product used as catalyst and may react with several other products. Liquid and vapor harmful. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing, gloves, goggles, breathing apparatus ,Secure accommodation and re-circulate air. Use “Closed” Ullaging system. Tank Cleaning Warm sea water wash (check LEL) minimum 3 hours Ventilate to odor and gas free Steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop NOTE: Amines absorb water very rapidly . Ensure vacuum does not form in tank while washing. Handling - Use protective clothing/mask when handling. Do not come in contact with liquid .It’s bad irritation. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration.

All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.

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Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water. For vegetable oil cargoes, warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if swallowed. May be Poisonous if inhaled. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical, Co2, water spray or regular foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material; Stop leak if you can do it without risk Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature

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DIMETHYLAMINE SOLUTION,40 %
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Dareger Tube No : Methanamaine, N-methyl,N-methyl Methanamaine 40% : 1160 : DMG 3 2 : (CH ) NH : Clear, colorless liquid, ammoniacal fishy odor. : 54C/ 129 F : -37C/ -35 F : 0.892 : Aliphatic amines : 170 :C :C : 6.9 :O : 9.2 : Appreciable : 1.55 : Ship’s lines to center/deck tanks only : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel only. : CH318 Hydrazine 0.25/a

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :B General: Vapor is extremely flammable. Flashback along vapor trail may occur. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Flash Point (F) : -1 (cc) Flammable Limits : 2.8 ~14.4% Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 752(anhydrous) Extinguishing Agents : Water fog, co2, dry chemical, alcohol foam. Special fire Procedures : Use water fog to protect personnel and cool containers. wear protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms

: 3,2,3 : 0.6 : 10 : 10 : Vapor very irritating, liquid causes burns. :

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Get medical attention. Inhalation; remove to fresh air, rest give mouth to mouth resuscitation or oxygen if needed. Ingestion; do not induce vomiting. skin contact; flush skin and eyes for at least 15 min. Reactivity Data Stability: Generally stable; reacts with acids, strong oxidizers. can explode in contact with mercury if ammonia present, so keep mercury thermometers and similar instruments away. Compatibility: Material : suitable; stainless steel, mild steel, iron, unsuitable; (corrosive) aluminum, copper, zinc, brass, bronze. Cargo : Group 7 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact, do not breath vapor, wear protective clothing( face shield, hard hat, goggles, rubber gauntlet gloves, apron, boots). Use self contained breathing apparatus if needed. do not flush into sewers; dike and remove. then flush spill area with water. secure all ignition sources. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product will tend to boil off and tank must be capable of withstanding increased pressure and maintaining product at 3 below Boiling point. As product is toxic and harmful to eyes, Closed loading system should be employed. Vapor return, Nitrogen blanket and vent line desiccator may be required. As product reacts with mercury do not mercury thermometers. Odor is strong and will be unacceptable before TLV is reached . Product may have to be cooled by water spray Heating coils must blown dry and blanked off. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and breathing apparatus Secure accommodation and re-circulate air Restrict personnel on deck Use “ Closed” Ullaging system Tank Cleaning Amines tend to absorb water very rapidly and all tank opening should be open to prevent vacuum forming in tank .. Flush tank with Cold sea water through small bore hose to clear residues. Ventilate to gas free Warm sea water wash for minimum 2.5 hours Ventilate to odor free Fresh water rinse - Educt and mop. tank to be steamed thoroughly and absolutely dry. Product is quote for 60% solution . Also shipped is a 40% solution ; SG 0.898 BP 51C FR.pt. -10C. Otherwise information applied to both solution. USCG/IMO 40% DMA is the maximum concentration permitted as of 1/1/77. Heat Adj. No heat ever. Cool Down the deck on hot days- it will reduce loss due to evaporation . Handling - Vapor return line in use during loading/ discharge. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.

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Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

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DIMETHYLETHANOLAMINE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube No Carriage Disch. Average load temp. Deanol;2-(dimethylamino)ethanol; beta-dimethylaminoethyl alcohol; N,N-dimethyl-N-(2-hydroxyethyl) amine : 2051 : DMB 3 2 2 4 : (CH ) NC H OH : Colorless liquid; ammonia like odor : 136C/ 277 F : -59C/ -74 F : 0.89 : Alkanolamines : 4.2 : :D :+ :O :+ : Complete : 3.03 : Ship-lines to deck/center tanks : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel : N/A : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : Moderate hazard, when exposed to heat or flame; can react vigorously with oxidizing materials Flash Point (F) : 105 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp.(F) : " Extinguishing Agents : CO2, dry chemical, alcohol foam, water fog. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance

: Unavailable : Unavailable : " : " : Skin contact extremely dangerous : Irritation of nose and throat : Unavailable

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Vapor- remove victim to fresh air if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration. skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability This is a relatively reactive substance which can react with many other chemicals. Compatibility: Copper and copper alloys, and zinc and galvanized iron are corroded readily and should be avoided. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, full protective clothing. Avoid contact with liquid. secure ignition sources. Operational Problems/ Hazards Liquid may cause severe damage to eyes Vapor cause vomiting and nausea. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing , goggles and gloves Keep accommodation sealed while gas freeing. Tank Cleaning Cold SW wash for minimum 1 hour to dispose residues. Check LEL. Ventilate to gas free ( or inert tank) Hot SW wash 5 ft. .5 hour drops. Ventilate FW rinse Educt and mop Tank must be dry and grease free. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION

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EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. Small Fires: Dry chemical, Co2, water spray or regular foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material; Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor; do not get water inside container. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. in case of contact with material, immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature

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DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE
Synonyms : N,N-dimethylformamide; DMF; DMFA UN. No : 2265 CHris Code : DMF 3 2 Formula : HCON(CH ) Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid; unpleasant and fishy odor. Boiling Point : 153C/ 307 F Freezing Point : -58C/ -73 F Specific Gravity : 0.95 Chemical Family : Amide Vapor Pressure(20C) :* Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO :D Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.16 Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0.30 Solubility in water : Complete Vapor Density(air = 1.0) : 2.51 Handling : Portable line to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/center tanks Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Zinc Zinc is restricted and coating guide should be checked. Carriage : Ambient Disch. : Ambient Average load temp. : Ambient Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Moderate hazard, when exposed to heat or flame; can react with oxidizing materials, vapors are irritation. Flash Point (F) : 136 Flammable Limits : 2.2 ~ 15.2 % Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 833 Extinguishing Agents : Alcohol foam, Co2, or dry chemical. Special fire Procedures : Provide fire-fighters with self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2,2,3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 100 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10/skin General : Moderate hazard, May be absorbed through skin, experimental evidence of liver and kidney damage. may defeat skin. highly irritating. Symptoms: Nausea, vomiting; skin irritation form liquid contact. Short Exposure Tolerance:

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Prolonged inhalation of 100 ppm has produced liver damage in experimental animals. Exposure Procedure : Wash contaminated skin with copious amounts of water, Irrigate eyes with water for at least 15 min. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material : Compatible with all common metals except copper and copper alloys. Cargo : Group 10 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, safety glasses, protective clothing. Avoid contact with liquid. Secure ignition sources. Scoop up, add alcohol and burn a safe place outside. remarks: Vapor pressure: 3.7 mmHg at 25C Operational Problems/Hazards Product is hazardous, particularly by skin absorption Vapor when inhaled can cause liver and kidney damage Product must be dry and Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing and breathing apparatus Secure accommodation and re-circulate air. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash to clear residues Ventilate to gas free Hot sea water wash, 5 ft. half hour drops Fresh water rinse - Educt and mop Prolonged steaming may be required in order to disperse odor which has a tendency to linger. Tank and line to be absolutely dry. Zinc - If product contain less than 15 ppm of water Zinc is OK. S.S- No restriction. Handling - Prepare tank for loading same as for methanol, Strict Inspection . Use Nitrogen Blanket at all time. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.

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Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

DIMETHYLPHENOL
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE : 2.4/2.5 Diemethylphenol fractions See also resylic acid and xylenol. : 2261 :3

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Restrict personnel on deck .Kim. will require careful monitoring of temperature. some acids.. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : 92 C Draeger Tube No. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel. : NO Discharge Slops ashore where facilities exist. Accommodation secured and A/C on Recirculation during all cargo operation.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.00073 : 45-65 C : “ : 45-65 C : Version/01 with a distinctive carbolic odor. Total protection suit and B/A. Silicate and polyurethane with restrictions.02 @ 15 C : 0. Overall exposure can kill. drops) Fresh water rinse or steam. Average Expected Load Temp. High freezing point. Treat otherwise same as phenol. Avoid all contact. Ventilate to gas and odor free (odor may be persistent and required extra steaming) Educt and mop dry.Gon. Formula ICS Guide Page No. Personnel Protection.Reg. very corrosive and toxic vapor and liquid . USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Complex : : Phenol : A corrosive amber liquid : 1.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . ) Tank Coating recommended Deck tanks. acetaldehyde and formaldehyde. : CH315 Phenol 5/a Boiling Point : 203 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : 20 C Autoignition Point : TBA C Operational Problems/Hazardous Health hazards are similar to that of phenol. : Portable lines to droplines or ships lines to deck lines.H. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.5 hour. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Very Slightly Drying oil : NO Hot SW wash with chemical injection ( 0. or retain on board well diluted and discharge on passage according to regulations. Reactivity: Can react with oxidizing agents. 5 ft. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 243/858쪽 . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : B Vapor Return System Reg. also reacts dangerously with ethylene oxide. Zinc.

control water for later disposal. keep out of low areas. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam.H. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk.. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. do not scatter the material. move containers from spill area. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. give oxygen. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Stay away from ends of tanks. if breathing is difficult. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. With clean shovel place material into clean. water spray or regular foam.Gon. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. FIRE Small Fires:. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 244/858쪽 . Version/01 B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. give artificial respiration. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. In case of contact with material. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Small Dry spills. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. Dike fire. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. may be fatal if inhaled. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Dry chemical. Stay upwind. if not breathing. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). keep victim under observation. Fight fire from maximum distance. and using Stolt X. Fully-encapsulating. dry container and cover loosely. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. chlorinated solvent recirculation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution.

: 386C/ 726 F : -55C/ -67F : 0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. dry chemical.(F) Extinguishing Agents :D : Slight hazard.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 245/858쪽 . Polyurethane. bis(2-ethylhexyl)ester. foam. Do not direct water directly into fire . : 425 : Unavailable : 770 : Carbon dioxide.H. Octoil. DOP . No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. : N/A Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade. Symptoms: After repeated exposure to skin. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : Unavailable Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : " TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Suspected carcinogen. liquid causes reddening and scaling of the skin.Kim. : ++ : DOP 6 4 8 17 2 : C H (COOC H ) : Colorless oily liquid. Use water to keep fire exposed containers cool. produces no ill effects at normal temperatures but may give off irritating vapors at high temperatures. Special fire Procedures : Water or foam may cause frothing.E: Combustible liquid Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate. phthalic acid.99 : Ester : 0..45 : Portable lines to dropline or Ship’s lines to deck/ Center tanks : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel. mild odor. Epoxy.01 : : III : LOW :D : Very Low : Insoluble : 13.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube NO Di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable Exposure Procedure : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. when exposed to heat or flame. Version/01 DIOCTYL PHTHALATE Synonyms UN. water spray. Zinc with restriction.

Operational Problems/Hazards Liquid and vapor practically non-hazardous Low vapor pressure may result in layering and Oxygen deficiency in tank bottoms. Version/01 Skin contact. Cargo : Group 34 of compatibility chart. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to gas free and odor free.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. remarks: ++ Unassigned.flood eye gently with clean water. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. Personnel Protection Boiler suit Tank Cleaning Warm water wash. Continue washing for at least 15 Min.wash affected parts as soon as possible.Kim. Product must be dry and is highly susceptible to odor Charterer may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator.H. Eye contact. Good cargo with no major problems. Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop Tank must be dry and odor -free. Be sure to load/ discharge through dry and clean lines. Color : Water /Moisture in product will change the color to milky white . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 246/858쪽 . Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid.

Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Nil Hot SW wash.847@ 15 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 30 Reactivity : May react with oxides. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : 45 C Draeger Tube No.) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Any Coating. LIMONENE.. Product does not normally polymerize. : 0. with chemical injection Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop dry. : N/A Boiling Point : 175 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -97 C Autoignition Point : 160 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable and liquid and vapor cause irritation and may be toxic in high concentrations. 5 ft. boiler suit .Gon.Reg. Version/01 DIPENTENE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Average Expected Load Temp. goggles and gloves. Personnel Protection. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. half hours drops. : 2052 :3 : C10 H16 : 87 : Olefin : Clear colorless liquid with lemon-like odor.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control Product derived from wood oils and supplied in one of two grades ( high and normal quality). Handling : Portable lines to droplines . USCG Compatibility chart Group No : CINENE. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 247/858쪽 .H. Will react with acids May discolor with moisture or excessive. but may be inhibited by some shippers.Kim.

Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. If water pollution occurs. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.Gon. Stay away from ends of tanks. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. if grade is similar to turpentine.no heat. give oxygen In case of contact with material .K. For wood derived #3. Water spray may reduce vapor. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Cleaning . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. keep out of low areas.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. For massive fire in cargo area. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C.No problems. Cleaning code 5. give artificial respiration.For oil just Butterworthing hot or cold. if breathing is difficult. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. Good cargo . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 248/858쪽 . CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.Kim. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. Wash skin with soap and water. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Minimum chlorides and hydrocarbons. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.H. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. if this is impossible. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. notify the appropriate authorities. if not breathing. Version/01 HEAT ADJ. deliver from wood . Heat next to Oil grade O. no flares. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.

: 15-20 C Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible Electrical Group : NA General : Light yellow solid.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Synonyms PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.01 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 0. MDI. No : 2489 CHris Code : DPM 6 4 2 2 Formula : (OCNC H ) CH Appearance-Odor : Light yellow solid(at room temp) or molten liquid. can cause eye and lung injury.(F) : 465 Extinguishing Agents : Water spray. methylene bis-phenylisocyanate. cool exposed tanks with water. fire may cause polymerization and decomposition leading to violent rupture of containers or tanks.4 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 0. flammable at high temp.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) :" Solubility in water :* Vapor Density(air = 1.Kim. Probably only a deck tank stowage. slightly musty odor.5 Handling : Ship’s lines to poison bank or deck tanks only.19 @ 77 F(25C) Chemical Family : Isocyanate Vapor Pressure(20C) : V. Version/01 DIPHENYLMETHANE DIISOCYANATE(MDI) 4. UN.4-Diisocyanodiphenylmethane.0) : 8.005 General : Vapor is strong irritation to eyes and throat. dry chemical. Boiling Point : 392C/ 738 F Freezing Point : 37C/ 99 F Specific Gravity : 1. : 15-20 C Average Expected Load Temp.LOW Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO :B Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) :" Applicable Bulk reg.2.H. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 249/858쪽 .4-diisocyanate. hydrogen cyanate are generated when heated. Special fire Procedures : wear self.Gon. cannot be tolerated even at low concentrations. Flash Point (F) : 374 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. Methylene bis(4-phenyl isocyanate). water spray. oxides of nitrogen. Inhibitor : Possibly Nitrogen : Purge : YES Blanket : YES Tank Coating : Stainless Steel or Zinc(Product may be compatible with other coatings) Carriage : 15-20 C Disch. Co2.4-diphenylmethane diisocyanate diphenylmethane-4.. 4. Toxic vapors of carbon monoxide.

Short Exposure Tolerance: animal tests have shown slight eye damage in 50 % solution. slowly forming carbon dioxide gas.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. swallowed or absorbed through skin.. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. skin or eye contact. no deaths by inhalation in 5~6 hrs.Kim. Compatibility: Material : do not have in direct contact with wood.40C .If cleaning fail all coating lost . Melt point-Heat : Check it varies . this being done with shore dry nitrogen.different shippers Coating . Secure ignition sources. and reduced pulmonary function.40C or less. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 250/858쪽 . unstable in traces of moisture. Handling . Tank must be completely dry and purged with dry Nitrogen until dew point . chest discomfort. Prior to loading the atmosphere in the tank must be completely dry and maintained at a dew point of less than . Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution.Gon. and loss of weight. apply artificial respiration. oral lethal dose is in excess of 21. Version/01 Symptoms: Watering or reddening of eyes. reacts slowly Operational Problems/Hazards A toxic product. if breathing stops.6g/kg of body weight .Special instruction and equipment will be supplied if and when booked /carried. protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. Vapor return system : YES Tank Cleaning Maintain Nitrogen in tank and clean with suitable solvent ( Toluene Acetone) Do not Use water When all trace of product gone. Reactivity Data Stability: Material must be blanketed with dry nitrogen.remove victim to fresh air. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. clean as for solvent used above. face shield. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Refer to Special cargoes handling booklet appendix. call a doctor. Avoid contact with liquid. Stow away from adjacent heat ( above 40C concentration of toxic vapor will be dangerously high and may self-react ) Product will require a vent line desicccator. may be fatal if inhaled. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes.H.remove contaminated clothing and immediately flush affected areas with water for 15 min. diarrhea. breathlessness. dangerous in most forms of contact When in contact with moisture the product gives off carbon Dioxide which could form dangerously high pressures within closed containers. Heat is also evolved. no primary skin irritation. remarks: Negligible. Personnel Protection Total protection suit Restrict personnel on deck Secure accommodation and recirculate air.

In case of contact with material. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. Fight fire from maximum distance. With clean shovel place material into clean. Stay upwind. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 251/858쪽 . Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. give artificial respiration.H.Kim. dry container and cover loosely. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. keep victim under observation. do not scatter the material. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.control water for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk. keep out of low areas. water spray or regular foam. Fully-encapsulating. move containers from spill area. Small Dry spills. Dike fire. Stay away from ends of tanks. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. FIRE Small Fires:. Version/01 Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. if breathing is difficult. give oxygen. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. Dry chemical. if not breathing. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.Gon. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.

Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Not considered toxic under ordinary conditions or handling.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush with water for 15 min. 2. Get medical advice for eye contact. : Water or foam may cause frothing. Average loading Temp.03 : Glycol ether : V. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 252/858쪽 .46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Zinc.2%.63 : Portable lines to droplines : NO : Purge : No Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel. : 232C/ 449 F : : 1. Slightly viscous liquid odorless.LOW : : III :" :D : 0. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Exposure Procedure : Skin or eye contact.. alcohol foam.0. UEL -Unavailable : Unavailable : Water.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.1'-oxydi-2-propanol : ++ : DPG 3 2 2 : (CH CHOHCH ) O : Colorless.Gon. 1. dry chemical. CO2. Symptoms : Minor eye irritant short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Carriage Disch. Version/01 DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL Synonyms UN.H.Kim. polyurethane and Epoxy with restrictions. : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : Combustible liquid :C : Slight hazard when exposed to heat or flame : 280 : LEL=2.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : 2.07 : Complete : 4.2'-dihydroxyisopropyl ether.2-dihydroxydipropyl ether.

Personnel protection Boiler suit. goggles Vapor return system Discharge on passage as per regulation Tank Cleaning Hot sea water wash. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. rust . they may alter the non-volatile specification of the subsequence cargo. line system pump.Gon. minimum 2. which may cause discoloration.H. DIPROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER Synonyms : Dowanol DPM.5 hours. Once they have formed. Cleaning code 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 253/858쪽 . All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. particularly by water. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. gloves. Compatibility: Material : usual materials of construction are suitable. remarks: ++ Unassigned Version/01 Operational Problems/ Hazards Product practically non.. Ventilate Steam tank and line. GOOD Cargo .Kim. Charterer may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator for quality control. or excessive adjacent heat. these gels once formed can be removed by use of a cleaning solvent. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. For sea reason lines should be cleared with Nitrogen Surveyors will be very particular over coating condition. etc.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. The application of hot water to these product will cause the product to degrade and may cause gels to form on the tanks surfaces. Reference note 4. Cargo : Group 40 of compatibility chart. Educt and mop Tank must be dry and odor free This is a fine Glycol needing a good tank with clean lines.hazardous Liquid may cause irritation Easily contaminated. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Some are water reactive.No problems.

Boiler suit . : Family : Glycol Ether Appearance and character : Clear colorless liquid with Mild pleasant odor. goggles and gloves. but some shippers may request heating for discharge. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No :40 Reactivity : May react with oxides. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations.H. half hours drops. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry and odor free. Specific Gravity : 0.hazardous Liquid may cause defatting and irritation Normally a Dow chemicals product Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. DOBANIC Synonyms IMO No : Dobanic Acid..Educt and mop dry.) Correction factor : TBA Carriage : Ambient Disch . : N/A Boiling Point : 188C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -83 C Autoignition Point : C Low Vapor Pressure. Operational Problems/Hazardous Product practically non.Reg. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV 100 ppm Flash point : 85 C Draeger Tube No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Hot SW wash. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 254/858쪽 . ) : Purge NO Blanket : YES Tank Coating recommended : Stainless Steel Zinc and Polyurethane with some restrictions. Version/01 IMO No : TBA IMO TYPE :3 Formula : CH3 OC3 OO3 OH ICS Guide Page No. Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. 5 ft.Kim. : N/A PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : Ambient Average Expected Load Temp.95to 1.0@ 20 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Handling : Portable lines to droplines . Surveyors will be particular about coating condition Normally carried ambient . Personnel Protection. acids and some amines Discolored by excessive heat.

) Tank Coating recommended : N/A : Cn H2 n+1 So3 H where n=8 to 14 : 89a : Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acids : Dark viscous liquid Slight odor of sulfuric dioxide.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 255/858쪽 . Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : form emulsions with water. Boiler suit . : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : Draeger Tube No.Gon. Must not exceed 40 C . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.058@ 20 C Version/01 : 0. non-flammable Mild irritant to eyes and skin.H. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Reg. Hot SW wash. 45 C14-C15 Synonyms IMO No : : TBA PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection. Tank must be absolutely dry. Average Expected Load Temp.use hot water circulated through heating coils . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. Ensure tank /line completely dry.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Steam Educt and mop dry Drying oil : NO B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides/hydrocarbons. : 1.. IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. goggles and gloves. DOBANOL 23 c12-c13 25 C12 -C15. : N/A Boiling Point : Explosive Range : Freeze Point : Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Mildly corrosive.00071 : 20/25 C : : : N/A : Not established forms emulsions with water : Stainless steel ship’s lines.Excessive heating causes discoloration.

5 hours.H.) Correction factor : TBA Carriage : 20-55 C Disch . Product will absorb water and discolor in contact with air or excessive heat. : 30-55 C Average Expected Load Temp.834@ 25 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. goggles and gloves. : 20. minimum 2. Polyurethane or Epoxy with some restrictions. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry.Gon. Specific Gravity : 0.Reg. All grades are color “sensitive” No other problems. Check other cargo. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 256/858쪽 . As product absorbed water Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 IMO TYPE : TBA Formula : CNH(2N+1)OH where C is from 12-15 ICS Guide Page No. : Family : Primary Fatty Alcohol Appearance and character : Clear colorless liquid with mild odor. Product easily contaminated. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 140 C : Alcohol may be suitable : 270-285C : : 17-31 C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product non-hazardous. Ventilate to gas and odor free. Exthoylated: These fine grades are similar to above grades. ) : Purge Possible Blanket : Probably Tank Coating recommended : Stainless steel. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.Kim. These synthetic primary fatty are also called “detergent alcohols” Heat/color : Do not raise temperature more than 5 degree per day Too fast heating may scorch color. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Zinc.. Personnel Protection. But for different uses. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Hot SW wash. Educt and mop dry. Handling : Portable lines to droplines . Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate .sudden increases in temperature or excessive heat will discolor product. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Boiler suit .40 C USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 20 Reactivity : Reactions not established. although liquid may cause irritation. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. particularly by water or rust Heat must be applied at low pressure.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 Heating : Be sure and obtain exact heating instructions. adiptate. It is Imperative that these instruction be followed to the letter. : TBA :3 : RO (CH2 CH2 O)3 H : 89C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. For vegetable oil cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water. warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 257/858쪽 . fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. Cleaning code 5. DOBANOL 25-3 Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. phthalate.. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated.Kim.Gon. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. Good cargoes. Check coating condition before stow .H. Tanks : Only good coated tanks will be accepted. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). : NONIDET SB.

Inhibitor : NO ( Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.Reg.) Correction factor : 0.H. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 204 C : N/A : N/A C : : 5C : C Vapor pressure Low Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Practically non-hazardous . half hours drops. Epoxy and Polyurethane are subject to restrictions Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. 5 ft.Gon. Version/01 Family : Primary Alcohol Ethoxylate Appearance and character : Clear colorless liquid with mild odor. although liquid may cause irritation and some defatting Product is susceptible to contamination. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Nil Hot SW wash.Kim. Boiler suit .00066 Carriage : 30-40 C Disch . ) : Purge Possible Blanket : YES Tank Coating recommended : Stainless steel Zinc. rust and excessive heat. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. goggles and gloves. acids and amines is contaminated and discolored by moisture and excessive heat. particularly by water . Specific Gravity : 0. Personnel Protection. Ventilate to gas and odor free. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.925@ 15 C Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Handling : Portable lines to droplines . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 258/858쪽 . : 20-40 C USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Reactivity : May react with oxides. These synthetic primary fatty are also called “detergent alcohols” Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Fresh water rinse ( Steaming may be required to disperse odor) Educt and mop dry. : “ Average Expected Load Temp. Charterer may be require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator Do not heat above 50 C unless specific instructions issued Surveyors particular about coating condition.. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

Tanks : Only good coated tanks will be accepted. Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 259/858쪽 .830@ 20 C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. adiptate. But for different uses. For vegetable oil cargoes. warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature. fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. Exthoylated: These fine grades are similar to above grades. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Good cargoes. Lauryl Alcohol. Check coating condition before stow . All grades are color “sensitive” No other problems. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity : Dodecyl Alcohol. phthalate. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated DODECANOL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Gon. Dobanol 23 : TBA :3 : CH3(CH2) 10 CH2 OH : : Alcohol : Clear colorless oily liquid mild “perfume-like” odor.. Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water.Kim. Version/01 Heat/color : Do not raise temperature more than 5 degree per day Too fast heating may scorch color. Cleaning code 5. Heating : Be sure and obtain exact heating instructions. It is Imperative that these instruction be followed to the letter.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : 0. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C.H.

Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : B Vapor Return System Reg. Personnel Protection. Average Expected Load Temp. Handling : Portable lines to droplines . goggles and gloves. But for different uses. Do not heat above 38C unless specific instructions and all heat should be applied gently. Minimum 2. These synthetic primary fatty are also called “detergent alcohols” Heat/color : Do not raise temperature more than 5 degree per day Too fast heating may scorch color. rust and excessive heat. Ventilate to gas and odor free Steaming tank and lines Educt and mop dry.Gon.Reg. acids caustic soda and alkalis contaminated by water at excessive heat. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Heating Range (Subject to Chart. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. Susceptible to moisture .) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible Tank Coating recommended : ANY Coating but check possible restrictions.38 C : 20 Reactivity: May react with oxides. Heating : Be sure and obtain exact heating instructions.5 hours. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 260/858쪽 .) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. otherwise product may discolor. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Hot SW wash. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. Exthoylated: These fine grades are similar to above grades. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 127 C : N/A : 259 C : : 24 C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Practically non-hazardous. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. All grades are color “sensitive” No other problems. Boiler suit ..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Tanks : Only good coated tanks will be accepted. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Version/01 : TBA : 27-32 C : 30-38 C : 30.H.Kim. It is Imperative that these instruction be followed to the letter.

Good cargoes. 1-phenyldodcane : ++ : DDB : C12H25C6H5 : Water-white liquid. line system. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. pump. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Alkyl benzene.86 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. kerosene odor : 246 C/ 475 F : 4C/ 40 F : 0.H. Check coating condition before stow .. laurylbenzene. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 261/858쪽 .Kim. n-Dodecylbenzene. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) DODECYL BENZENE Synonyms UN. detergent alkylate #2.

or ship’s lines to deck /center tanks. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : ANY COATING : CH261 Hydrocarbons 0. Cargo : Group 32 of compatibility chart.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance Version/01 : Aromatic hydrocarbon : 0. water spray.4 : Portable lines to droplines.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.01 : : III : 4.H. Eye contact. : 235 : Unavailable : " : Confined area. : Water or foam may cause frothing : 0.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.Kim.0 : Unavailable : Unavailable : " : Very low toxicity : " : Very low toxicity Exposure Procedure : Skin contact. Charterers may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator. CH254 Hydrocarbons 2 : Combustible liquid :D : CO and CO2 fumes produced on combustion.1 :D : 4. Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.wash well with soap and water. dry chemical. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable Compatibility: Material : usual materials of construction are suitable. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 262/858쪽 . Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Personnel Protection PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.1%.flush with portable water.7 : Negligible : 8.Gon.0.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube No Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. open area foam..Co2. remarks: ++ unassigned Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is practically non-hazardous and evolves little or no vapor at normal handling temperatures.

Reg. Fresh water rinse Educt and mop. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). gloves Version/01 Tank Cleaning Hot sea water wash for minimum 2.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . phthalate. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 263/858쪽 .e. Detergent Alkylate and Ucane are “Soft” ones Dob is almost problem free . Cleaning code 3. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.H. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. adiptate.Gon. alkyl benzene. DOWANOL P MIX Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Kim. Cargoes belonging to the olefin.5 hour with chemical injection : If residues persistent ( Check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free.. USCG Compatibility chart Group No : : TBA :3 : Mixture : See ICS 91/4 : 91 : Glycol Ether : Colorless liquid mild odor. Average Expected Load Temp.Good cargoes.944@ 25 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 40 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. These base detergents are sometimes called “soft” and “Hard” detergents. fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Reference note 8. : 0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Boiler suit .

acids .. Goggles and gloves Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. Tripropylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Probable : Stainless Steel. DOW will not load this product if cargoes in adjacent tanks are under heating. : Portable lines to droplines .H. Handling . Chemical protective clothing. Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.Check other cargo. Keep away from adjacent heat Heating may be required by some shippers Product susceptible to contamination Surveyor particular about odor and coating condition. Version/01 : May react with oxides.Gon. Personnel Protection.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. or ship’s lines to deck center tanks. Propylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether. Adj/Heat .Educt and mop Some coating may require further ventilation prior to ballasting or next cargo.84C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Practically non-hazardous.This is not a difficult cargoes A good lined tank with clean lines/pumps will do these similar product “Cellosol”. : N/A Boiling Point : 132-286C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : . Liquid and Vapor will cause irritation Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 264/858쪽 . Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete NOTE : Check coating list as some coatings require product dried by ventilation before washing. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : Flash point : 49 C Draeger Tube No. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Hot sea water wash. Fresh water rinse Ventilate . B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. minimum 2. Zinc or polyurethane .Kim. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. ) Tank Coating recommended Check restrictions Epoxy NOT suitable. Product is a mixture of : Dipropylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether.5 hours ( check LEL) Ventilate.

Average Expected Load Temp.Gon. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity : Tripropylene Glycol . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : TBA : “ : HO(C3 H6O)2 C3 H6 OCH3 : 219 : Glycol Ether : Colorless liquid with mild odor.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 265/858쪽 . acids check with other cargo.965@ 25 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 40 : May react with oxides.H. : 0.Kim. Monomethyl Ether. Version/01 DOWANOL TPM Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.

Educt and mop Ventilate for 24 hours prior to ballast or next cargo.H.although shipper may require heating. rust or excessive heat Surveyors particular about coating condition Keep away from adjacent heat. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel. Personnel Protection. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling : : TBA :3 : Mixture : TBA : TBA : Clear liquid . : 1. goggles and gloves..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Liquid and vapor may cause irritation Vent line desiccator may be required Product susceptible to water. Check locally.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Kim. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry.Gon. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : N/A Boiling Point : 242 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -78 C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Practically non-hazardous.Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended Version/01 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center/deck tanks. : Portable lines to droplines . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 266/858쪽 . acids and alkalis. Boiler suit . Zinc Epoxy.5 hours. DOWFAX Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. polyurethane subject to coating restrictions Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 121 C Draeger Tube No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.040@ 25 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : N/A : React with oxidizing agents. Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Note : Check any coating restriction before washing Hot sea water wash. minimum 2.

Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse tank and line . Slightly oily. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Hot SW wash.Steel with no problems.Reg. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Version/01 : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : ANY Coating but if undiluted.996@ 15 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : May react with oxides. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 267/858쪽 .Gon. Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Educt and mop dry. Prolonged skin contact may produce burns or blisters Some grades may require heating . Undiluted and 10% aqueous solutions are moderately irritating to the eyes. Boiler suit .These linings are recommended by “DOW” Carried in S.H. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : 0. liquid with a mild odor. B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry. DOWFROTH Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Personnel Protection. Minimum 3 hours. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor : : TBA : “ : “ : : Mixture : Clear. : Portable lines to droplines . goggles and gloves. and good coating condition SS/Phenol . Grease -free. Average Expected Load Temp. acids Check other cargo..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : ppm TLV ppm : C : : C : % to % : +4 ~40C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Low oral toxicity. water or excessive heat. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.check locally Product may discolor in contact with air.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 268/858쪽 .Reg. Educt and mop dry. : See List : TBA : See list : N/A : N/A : 33 : Generally no reaction except with Nitric Acid. Nitrogen blanket and vent line desiccator may be required Surveyor will expect minimal coating breakdown. but restricted. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. Boiler suit . Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : Purge Possible Blanket : Possible : Epoxy. although liquid and vapor will cause irritation and may cause deffating. Personnel Protection. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. moisture or rusting. : TBA :3 : Hydrocarbon Mixture : 92 : Aromatic Lube oil Extract : Light amber to black viscous liquid characteristics odor. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulations.H. Considered of high specification. DUTREX Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Tank must be absolutely dry.Kim. goggles and gloves. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. ) Trademark for a series of aromatic hydrocarbons derived from petroleum. Average Expected Load Temp. Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Hot SW wash. polyurethane Some Zinc. product is degraded by contact with adjacent heat. with chemical injection (Some frothing may occur. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 120 C : N/A : 250 C : : N/A : C Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazardous Effectively of little hazard. : Portable lines to droplines .this should be flushed off prior to tank entry) Ventilate to gas/odor free.

B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides See attached list for typical SG. with chemical injection . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : A Vapor Return System Reg.022 0.5 ft.99 1.Gon. -32 Ambient -1 -1 to 17 50 7 -1 to 17 50 -1 to 17 50 15 50 -1 to 17 50 -1 to 17 50 7 2. Grade 217UK 479UK 718NC 719UK 726 726HP 726UK 729AG 729HP 729UK 739UK 766 766HP 766UK 915AG RT SG 60/60F 0. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Version/01 : Epoxy.1 to 17 65 16 -1 to 17 4 - PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : See lists : N/A : 280~ 555C : : Below 0 C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Probably flammable but very Low volatility’s May be carcinogenic Avoid Skin Contact. Personnel Protection.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.00 1.023 1.residues to bunkers. half hour drops Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop dry. goggles and gloves.96 0.99 1.020 F.00 1.025 1.96 0.H. flash points and carriage temperatures for Various grades..P /C 145 193 215 + 229 215 + 215 + 226 215 + 215 + 215 249 215 + 215 + 249 215 + 204 Pour Pt C Carriage Temp.1 to 17 65 .Kim.00 1.check Manufacturer lists.027 1.971 1. Zinc or Stainless Steel.00 0. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Hot SW wash. Boiler suit . Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No.00 1. : NO Persistent oil . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 269/858쪽 .

: 116C/ 240 F : -58C/ -73 F : 1. ECH.67 :O : 1.5 :B :C : 0. propane.3-epoxypropane. 3-chloro-1.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Version/01 These oils are also called “Extended Oils” Heat: Temperatures given are maximum for discharge.3-epoxy. No Problems. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 270/858쪽 . 1-chloro-2. EPI. 2-chloropropylene oxide.0 : 6% UN.Kim.H. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. oxirane. (chloromethyl)-. : 2023 : EPC 2 2 : CH CHCH CI : Colorless liquid. gamma-chloropropylene oxide..2 epoxypropane.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Handle and clean as for Lube Oils . sweetish-like odor .18 : Epichlorohydrin : 12. EPICHLROHYDRIN Synonyms 1-chloro-2. chloromethyloxirane.

Inhibitor : YES Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : probable Tank Coating : Stainless Steel.(F) : 804 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. provided respiratory and body protection to fire fighting personnel. Skin or eye contact . : The vapor causes eye and respiratory irritation It may also cause vomiting. class B poison. protective clothing.0) : 3. Short Exposure Tolerance: Concentrations exceeding 40 ppm rapidly produce irritation to nose and eye Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.8~ 21% Auto igniting Temp.19 Handling : Ship’s lines to center /deck tanks. Secure ignition sources. Ignited by heat and open flame. alcohol foam. dry chemical. water fog.4 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 10~25 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 2/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 2/skin General : Suspected carcinogen.Kim. which is both toxic and corrosive. but check coating guide. however.H.3. Compatibility: Material : Usually carried in steel tanks. alkalis and metallic halides are known to be effective catalysts for polymerization and should be avoided. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 271/858쪽 . or in the presence of certain catalysts. Flash Point (F) : 105 Flammable Limits : 3.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General: One of the products of combustion is hydrochloric acid gas. Symptoms The liquid blisters skin on contact. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable under usual handling conditions. Evacuate personnel not equipped with protective clothing and respiratory protection. rapid pulse. convulsions.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. it will polymerize at elevated temp. Special fire Procedures : Keep exposed tank cool with water spray. Cargo : Group 17 of compatibility chart. acids. and respiratory paralysis. Lung injury may be delayed. self contained breathing apparatus.. liquid causes severe burns. This product can decompose to form highly toxic phosgene gas. the wet product will pit steel. vapor extremely irritating. however. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. some Zinc with restrictions Exceptionally some Epoxies and Polyurethane. apply artificial respiration. Vapor Density(air = 1. if breathing stops. absorbed by leather and causes delayed burns. Get medical attention as soon as possible.

Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash for minimum 2 hours Ensure all residues removed and pump and line thoroughly flushed. Hot sea water wash. Stay upwind. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Extremely flammable. may be fatal if inhaled. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 272/858쪽 . keep out of low areas. Personnel Protection Total protection suit Secure accommodation and recirculate air and restrict personnel on deck during all operation. isolate hazard area and deny entry. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Clear lines with Nitrogen. Structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. Ventilate Thoroughly steam tank and line ( to remove odor) Ventilate. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.Kim. If you find the ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.. as product can become corrosive to metals and tank lining in contact with water. or ballast. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical Protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. line system. Liquid and vapor cause irritation and may be toxic Keep away from adjacent heat As product can polymerize in contact with heat shipper may inhibit the product. Educt and Mop. Ventilate to gas and odor free.Gon.H. Cleaning code 2. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control and to reduce water vapor.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. It may provide little or no thermal protection. pump. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Use protective clothing and mask when working around this cargo. May be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Version/01 Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable. Handle this poisonous cargo with utmost care . These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Note : Some coatings may require 24 hours ventilation prior to washing or prior to loading next cargo. Container may explode in heat of fire. See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. and ventilate closed spaces before entering. Check Locally. outdoors or sewers. 5 ft half hour drops ( Chemical injection may be required). rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FIRE PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

In case of contact with material. give artificial respiration. Large Fires: Water spray. if this is impossible. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. smoking or flames in hazard area Fully encapsulating.Kim. withdraw from area and let fire burn. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 273/858쪽 . Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2. if not breathing. water spray or regular foam. For massive fire in cargo area. if breathing is difficult. keep victim under observation. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. no flares. fog or regular foam.H.. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Version/01 SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. give oxygen.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Do not touch or walk through spilled material Small spills: Flush area with flooding amounts of water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. Do not get water inside container. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Stay away from ends of tanks.

: NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probable : Stainless Steel. Eye contact. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Special fire Procedures : Water may not be effective unless large quantities are used. ethyl hydroxide. fermentation alcohol.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H. Cologne spirit. methyl alcohol.3 ~ 19% Auto igniting Temp. flashback along vapor trail may occur. Get medical advice or attention. Short Exposure Tolerance: 5000~ 10000 ppm irritates eyes and upper respiratory tract. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. denatured alcohol. UN. Version/01 ETHYL ALCOHOL Synonyms Alcohol. : 78C/ 173 F : -114C/ -173 F : 0.5 : Complete : 1.Gon. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. smells like wine or shellac thinner. apply artificial respiration. attributable to the denaturant.79 : Alcohol : 44 : : III : 2.0.remove victim for fresh air. stupor and drowsiness may result after an hour at this concentration. alcohol C-2. dry chemical.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Flash Point (F) : 65 Flammable Limits : 3. more than 1000 ppm may cause headache and eye irritation. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. these may be accompanied by symptoms such as vomiting.(F) : 793 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Symptoms: Dizziness.3 :D : 3.6 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center.. : 1170 : EAL 2 5 : C H OH : Colorless liquid. ethanol.Kim. if breathing stops. Grain alcohol. double vision. polyurethane Subject to restrictions. alcohol anhydrous. and other classic alcohol intoxication symptoms. Epoxy. Zinc.gently flush with water for 15 min. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 274/858쪽 . water fog. deck tanks. alcohol foam.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General : Dangerous when exposed to heat or flame.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 10 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 1000 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1000 General : One of the least hazardous industrial organic solvents.

exceptions to the chart. Ventilate to gas/odor free Fresh water rinse . however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. For coated tanks. Version/01 Reactivity Data Stability: Stable Compatibility: Materials : Usual materials of construction are suitable. NOTE : With some linings product must be ventilated dry before washing . Liquid and vapor cause intoxication and high concentrations cause damage and can be fatal .Kim. Other grades need S. including Pure Grain Alcohol. See also Appendix 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 275/858쪽 .e. Product is flammable. low points on line system. etc. goggles . Cleaning code 1. but should not flushed into a confined space because of the explosion hazard. This sheet will apply in general terms to all products. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required. Check Locally. then tank should be educted of residues (observe all safety precautions) and ventilated dry.H.Industrial grade could be carried in an excellent M. Spills may be flushed away with water. Reference note 6.S or good coated tanks 64/66 : Coating softens badly if heat adjacent .e. Check coating guides. it is still necessary to flush the entire pump/line system with fresh water as much as possible to remove any remaining cargo form valves. Some are water reactive.. Cargoes such as alcohol and Ketone do not require extensive machine washing and can be cleaned by positioning a tank cleaning machine close to the pump well and giving a short fresh water wash.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.Hardening. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Operational Problems/ Hazards Alcohol may be derived from fermentation ( i. but the general treatment of the product will remain the same. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. particularly an alcohol. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. When the coating can be affected. Also tank must be ventilated before ballasting or next cargo. Alternatively hot sea water wash (check LEL) . drain cocks.Educt and mop.Gon. Product is easily contaminated. Although product is termed Ethanol. Tank openings to be sealed. Grades/MS. artificial) processes. Some difference will be found in SG FP etc. FIRE OR EXPLOSION PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Spill or Leak Procedure Secure ignition sources.. Tank cleaning If reloading a high quality product. it is necessary to consult the manufactures resistance list to ensure this method will not adversely affect the tank coating. this sheet will apply to Alcohol in general.S tanks . Personnel Protection Boiler suit. Surveyors very particular about cleanliness and coating condition and generally a very high standard is required. Product occasionally shipped in diluted form.Avoid ventilate tank for 48 hours after discharge . Natural) Processes or from chemical (i. gloves. and gas/odor free.

- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION

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Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

m-ETHANOLAMINE
Synonyms Aminoethanol;2-aminoethanol; beta-amino-ethyl alcohol, collamine;ethyloamine,2-hydroxethylamine, beta-hydroxethylamine,

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monoethanolamine. UN. No : 2491 CHris Code : MEA 2 2 2 Formula : HOCH CH NH Appearance-Odor : Colorless liquid; Ammonia like-odor Boiling Point : 172C/ 342 F Freezing Point : 10C/ 50F Specific Gravity : 1.02 Chemical Family : Amine Vapor Pressure(20C) : 0.48 Pollution Category –USEPA : IMO :D Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 0.01 Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 0.03 Solubility in water : Complete Vapor Density(air = 1.0) : 2.10 Handling : Ship’s lines to center or deck tanks or portable lines to droplines. Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible Tank Cleaning : Stainless Steel , Exceptionally some Zinc , Epoxy or polyurethane, but subject to restrictions. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Moderate hazard, when exposed to heat or flame, irritating vapors generated when heated. Flash Point (F) : 200 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp.(F) : Greater than 500 Extinguishing Agents : CO2, dry chemical, alcohol foam, water fog. Special fire Procedures : Respiratory and body protection should be worn by fire parties. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2,2,2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) :3 TLV/TWA(ppm) :3 General : Liquid contact causes severe eye irritation, vapor inhalation causes respiratory irritation. Symptoms: Respiratory irritation will range from itching to severe burning depending upon concentration. Short Exposure Tolerance: 50 ppm for 30 minutes. Exposure Procedure : Vapor-remove victim to fresh air; if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration. Oxygen, administered by trained personnel, is often helpful. skin or eye contact-remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability: It will oxidize in the presence of air, so is often shipped under a pad of inert gas. ethanolamine is a reactive material confining chemically with many other substances. Compatibility:

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Tank Cleaning Tank should be washed down with cold sea water directly after discharge to reduce oxidizing process. Thereafter warm sea water wash, minimum 3 hours. Ventilate to gas and odor free , Fresh water rinse Steaming may be required to reduce odor if persistent Ventilate Educt and mop. Tank must be dry Carried with no problems Handling : Use mask and protective clothing. Both vapor and liquid harmful. Vapor return system : Possible. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.

HEALTH HAZARDS Contact cause burns to skin and eyes If inhaled, may be harmful. Effect may be delayed; keep victim under observation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn, but none of them ignites readily. Flammable/poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hopper cars. Some of these materials may ignite combustibles (wood, paper, oil, etc.)

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EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind, keep out of low areas, and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material; Stop leak if you can do it without risk Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Small Dry spills; With clean shovel place material into clean, dry Container and cover loosely; move containers from spill area. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material, immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature

ETHYLENE GLYCOL ETHYL ETHER ACETATE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Cellosolve acetate; ethanol, 2-ethoxy- acetate; 2-ethoxyethylacetate; Glycol monoethyl ether acetate : 1172 : EGA 3 2 4 2 5 : CH COOC H OC H : Colorless liquid; Pleasant fruity odor .

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: 156C/ 313 F : -62C/ -79 F : 0.97 : Ester : 1.2 : :C : 0.1 : D,O : 0.2 : 23% Appreciable : 4.72 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to Center/deck tanks. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel , Polyurethane Limited in Epoxy and Zinc

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade- D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : Moderate hazard, when exposed to heat or flame. Flash Point (F) : 135 Flammable Limits : LEL = 1.7%, UEL= Unavailable Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 715 Extinguishing Agents : CO2,dry chemical, alcohol foam, water fog. Special fire Procedures : The same techniques used for igniting fire involving combustible petroleum products are applicable. Cool fire exposed tanks with water. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1,1,1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0.056 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin General : Slight skin irritation. more of a chronic systemic hazard from inhalation. Symptoms: Irritation from skin contact. Vapor- irritation of nose and throat. Short Exposure Tolerance: High vapor concentrations can cause nose and throat irritation. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air; if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration. skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity data Stability: This is a relatively stable compound. Compatibility: Material : softens many plastics. Cargo : Group 34 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure

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Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable. practically non-hazardous. although irritation may be caused. Vapor when inhaled in sufficient concentrations any be harmful to nervous system, lungs and kidney, but is not normally encountered in such concentrations as vapor pressure is low. Should vapor irritate then safe concentrations have been exceeded Product should be kept dry and shipper may require Nitrogen blanket. Clear lines with Nitrogen. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing , goggles, gloves and breathing apparatus. Secure accommodation and re-circulate air. during all operations. Vapor return system : Possible Tank Cleaning cold sea water pre-wash to remove residues, Ventilate to gas free ( alternatively inert tank) Warm was water wash, minimum 3 hours, Ventilate Steam tank and line, Ventilate Educt and mop Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution

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EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

ETHYL ACETATE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Acetic acid, ethyl ester;acetic ester; acetic ether,ethyl ethanoate; Vinegar naphtha. : 1173 : ETA 3 2 6 : CH COOC H : Colorless liquid; pleasant fruity odor : 77C/ 171 F : -83C/ -117F : 0.90 : Ester

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:* :D :D : 3.27 :D : 4.5 : 8.7% : 3.04 : Ship’s lines to deck or center tanks, or portable lines to droplines : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probably : Stainless steel, some Zinc and polyurethane but with restrictions.

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General : Ethyl acetate is highly flammable and its vapors form explosive mixture with air. flashback along vapor trail may occur. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.(F) Extinguishing Agents : 24(cc) : 2.2~ 11.5 % : 800 : CO2, alcohol foam, water fog, dry chemical.

Special fire Procedures : Use of dry chemical where it can get into a tank of ethyl acetate is not recommended. Fire involving spills outside of tanks can be extinguished with dry chemical. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1,1,2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 100 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 400 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 400 General : Vapor cause some irritation. Absorption is chiefly by inhalation. continued skin contact will dry and crack skin with chance of dermatitis and infection. Symptoms: Headache, irritation of respiratory passages and eyes. Short Exposure Tolerance: 100 ppm for 5 minutes. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air; if breathing stops; apply artificial respiration skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flushed with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable will hydrolyze(react with water) on standing to form acetic acid and ethyl alcohol. This reaction is greatly accelerated by bases(alkalis). Can react vigorously with oxidizing materials Compatibility: Material: softens and dissolves rubber and many plastics. Cargo : Group 34 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure

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Operational Problems/Hazards Product is flammable Liquid and vapor cause irritation and may cause defatting Product can hydrolyse to form ethanol and acetic acid. However process is slow and unlikely during carriage Product must be kept dry and Nitrogen may be required also vent line desiccator. Keep way from adjacent heat. Clear lines with Nitrogen. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing , goggles, gloves Breathing apparatus. Tank Cleaning If a coated tank check coating guide as residues may have to be ventilated dry prior to washing Cold sea water wash ( Explosive range is for 20 C) for minimum 3 hour. Ventilate to gas free and odor free. Steam tank and lines Ventilate - Educt and mop Tank may require further ventilation to disperse odor or for coating control prior to ballast or next cargo. Tank must be absolutely dry. Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Reference note 7. Cargoes such as esters, acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will

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FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

ETHYL ACRYLATE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Acrylic acid, ethyl ester; ethyl propenoate Ethyl2-propenoate; 2-propenoic acid, ethyl ester. : 1917 : EAC 2 2 5 : CH =CHCOOC H : Colorless liquid ;pungent odor : 99C/ 211 F : -39C/ -103 F : 0.93 : Acrylate : 29.3 :D :A : 1.4

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:O : 2.0 : 1.5% : 3.5 : Ship’s lines to deck/center tanks : YES : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES : Stainless steel, Exceptionally Zinc or Epoxy, but with restrictions.

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General: Ignited by heat, sparks, or open flame. flashback along vapor trail may occur, vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. fire may cause violent rupture of tank. toxic and irritating vapors generated when heated. Flash Point (F) : 60(cc); 48F (TCC) Flammable Limits : 1.8 ~ 9.5 % (calculated) Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 700 Extinguishing Agents : CO2, dry chemical, water fog, alcohol foam. Special fire Procedures : Keep tank cool with a water spray to prevent polymerization. wear chemical protective clothing, eye protection and self contained breathing apparatus. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3,2,3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0.00047 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) :5 General : Suspected carcinogen, vapor irritating. Symptoms : Eye and throat irritation, shortness of breath, and convulsions. Short Exposure Tolerance: 50 ppm for 15 min. 2000 ppm vapor killed rats in 4 hours with death attributable to severe pulmonary irritation. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air; if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration. skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 minutes. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability: Will polymerize spontaneously if not inhaled. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. Cargo : Group 14 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, face shield, protective clothing, all purpose canister mask available. avoid contact with liquid. secure ignition sources. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product in flammable. Liquid can be harmful and vapor irritating. Contact can dull ability to detect vapor. Product can polymerize when heated, giving off toxic Fumes; also in contact with heat or light.

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Keep away from adjacent heat. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required Product reacts dangerously with several other families Check ICS Guide 100/5 Rust may also affect polymerization possibilities. Personnel Protection Total Protection suit , Breathing apparatus Use “Closed” Ullaging system Secure accommodation and re-circulate air during all operation. Restrict personnel on deck. Vapor return System : YES Tank Cleaning Tank should be gas freed or inerted if possible ,Cold sea water wash for minimum 3 hours Ventilate to gas and odor free, Steaming may be required to disperse odor Fresh water rinse, Educt and mop Tank may require further ventilation prior to next cargo Tank must be dry Odor is very persistent and most Authorities have stringent regulations on vapor control. Some shippers object to Nitrogen on quality control Check Locally

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Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Reference note 9. After initial water wash the tank, pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining. Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) Reference note 15. Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization, as such same must always be avoided. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities.

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FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

ETHYLAMINE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling : Aminoethane; ethylamine, anhydrous; Monoethylamine : 1036 : EAM 3 2 2 : CH CH NH : Colorless liquid or gas strong ammonia like odor. : 17C/ 62 F : -81C/ -114F : 0.80 : Amine : 880 :B :C : 29.8 :O : 40.8 : Complete : 1.55 : Ship’s lines to center /deck tanks

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Blanket : YES

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-A : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :C General: Toxic oxides of nitrogen may form in fire. dangerous. keep away from heat and open flame flashback along vapor trail may occur. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : Less than 0 : 3.5~ 14.0% : 725 : Alcohol foam, carbon dioxide, or dry chemical. : Keep burning tank and tanks adjacent to it cool with a water spray.

Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3,2,3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General : Direct contact can cause burns. Symptoms : Liquid causes eye injury and skin irritation. short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable. Exposure Procedure : In case of contact with eyes or skin, immediately flush with plenty of water for at least 15 min. for eyes get medical attention. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes at once. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : Steel, stainless steel, and nickel are compatible. aluminum and copper should not be used. Cargo : Group 7 of compatibility chart. See also Appendix 1 -Exceptions to the chart. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible, wear butyl rubber gloves, face shield or all purpose canister respirator, and protective clothing. Secure ignition sources. cover with sodium bisulfate. clean up. do not flush spill into confined spaces where flammable vapors can accumulate. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is highly flammable Liquid and vapor harmful, cause severe burns Product shipped in aqueous solution. Check data locally according to dilution. Vapor heavier than air and will layer at deck or lowest levels in still air . Clear lines with Nitrogen. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required Employ “ Closed” Ullaging. Personnel Protection Total protection suit, Breathing apparatus. Secure accommodation and re-circulate air during all operation Restrict personnel on deck.

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Vapor return System : YES Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash, minimum 2 hours, to remove all residues Ventilate to gas free ( or inert tanks) Warm sea water wash, 5 ft half- hour drops ( Check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop Tank must be dry and grease free. Note : Amines absorb water very rapidly Ensure vacuum does not form in tank while washing. Solutions; Maximum is 70% in our vessels. Be sure to check S.G and boiling point. Handling:- Because of low boil/flash points. Flush deck with sea water on warm days climate. It will reduce evaporation and make carrying safer. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration.

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All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.
Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if swallowed. May be Poisonous if inhaled. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical, Co2, water spray or regular foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire.

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SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material; Stop leak if you can do it without risk Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature

ETHYL AMYL KETONE
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point : E.A.K, 5-Methyl-3-Heptanone : 2271 : TBA : CH3 CH2 CO (CH2)4 CH3 : : Mixture : Clear colorless liquid with sharp pungent odor. : 0.819 to 0.824 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : May react with oxides and acids Check other cargo. : Portable lines to droplines . : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel or zinc some epoxy or polyurethane, with restrictions

Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : ppm TLV 25 ppm : 59 C

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Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is toxic and flammable, Liquid and vapor cause irritation, Vent line desiccator may be required. Personnel Protection; Chemical protective clothing, goggles, gloves, breathing apparatus. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulation Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO

NIL

Gas free or inerted tank, Warm sea water wash ( Minimum 3 hours) Ventilate, Fresh water rinse Educt and mop dry. Tank must be grease free B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.

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FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

ETHYLBENZENE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : EB; Ethylbenzol, phenylethane : 1175 : ETB : C6H5C2H5 : Colorless liquid; aromatic odor : 136C/ 277 F : -95C/ -136 F : 0.87 : Aromatic hydrocarbon : 15.3 :C : C* : 0.4 : D,O : 0.6 : Negligible : 3.66 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center/ deck tanks. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel, Zinc, Epoxy, Polyurethane with restrictions

: Flammable liquid

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Special fire Procedures : fight in the same manner as any grade C petroleum fire. firefighter should wear self contained breathing apparatus, protective clothing and eye protection. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2,2,2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 140 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 100 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 100 General : Vapors-cause eye irritation, Dizziness, narcosis(paralysis). burns of the skin, sensation of chest construction. irritation of respiratory tract, conjunctivitis, dermatitis. exfoliation of large patches of skin and chapped appliance result. Symptoms: Irritation to eyes and throat, dizziness and a feeling of chest construction. Short Exposure Tolerance: 200 ppm for 30min. 1000 ppm irritates skin and mucous membranes. 2000 ppm extremely irritating. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air, if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration. skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 minutes. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : Rubber in prolonged exposure to Ethylbenzene first swell, then softens. Cargo : Group 32 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, face shield, protective clothing. Have all purpose canister mask available. avoid contact with liquid. secure ignition sources. remarks: *Pollution category C Oil -like 33 CFR 151.49. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product if flammable, Liquid and vapor cause irritation and information Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing, gloves, goggles, Breathing apparatus Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash to remove residues Ventilate to gas and odor free ( Alternatively inert tank or Educt residues and gas free)

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Some coatings require ventilation to dryness prior to washing Warm sea water wash, 5 ft half hour drops (Check LEL) Ventilate, Thoroughly steam tank and lines, Ventilate - Educt and mop Do not confuse this product with Benzene and its associated health hazards. 64/66 - Ventilate tank for 24 hours after discharge Good cargo - small problems.

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Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray ,fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn.

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SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

ETHYLCYCLOHEXANE
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Operational Problems/Hazardous : : : : C2 H5 C6 H11 : : : Colorless liquid . : 0.788 @ 20C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : : : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : : Most Coating suitable.

Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : ppm TLV ppm : 35 C : : 132C : 0.9% to 6.6% : -111 C : 200 C

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Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulation Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO

B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides

ETHYLENE CHLOROHYRIN
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating 2-chlorethanol; 2-chloroethanol; 2-chloroethyl alcohol; Ethylene chlorhydrin; Glycol chlorohydrin : 1135 : ECH 2 2 : CICH CH OH : Colorless liquid; faint alcohol-ether-like odor. : 128C/ 262F : -69C/ -92 F : 1.21 : Alcohol : * : :C :+ :O : 0.44 : Complete : 2.78 : Ship’s lines to center deck tanks. : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame. dangerous; when heated to decomposition, emits highly toxic fumes of phosgene. Flash Point (F) : 140 Flammable Limits : 4.9~ 15.9%

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Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 797 Extinguishing Agents : Water, Co2, alcohol foam and dry chemical Special fire Procedures : Wear self contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing. cool exposed tanks with water. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3,2,0 Odor Threshold(ppm) : High PEL/TWA(ppm) : 1/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1/skin General : Little margin of safety between early reversible symptoms and fatal intoxication. fatal amounts may be absorbed by skin. Symptoms: Vapor- causes nausea, vomiting, vertigo, in coordination, numbness. Short Exposure Tolerance: Absorption by inhalation or skin may cause death. Inhalation- 240ppm lethal to rats in four hours. Human fatally at 350 ppm for two and half hours. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim from vapor and administer oxygen if available. administer artificial respiration if necessary. if swallowed, induce vomiting. Call a doctor. Reactivity Data Stability: Dangerously decomposes at high temperatures. Compatibility: Material : Steel is satisfactory. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear neoprene gloves, plastic protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. provide good ventilation. secure all ignition sources. Wash skin immediately with water. remarks: Vapor pressure : 6.8 mmHg at 25 C + Unavailable. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable, Liquid and vapor poisonous At high concentrations vapor will penetrate some rubbers Check suit compatibility, Odor is not easily detectable and there is no satisfactory warning of vapors. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required Clear lines with Nitrogen Employ “ Closed” system. Personnel Protection Total Protection suit and breathing apparatus, Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operations Restrict personnel on deck. Vapor return System : Possible Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash to remove all residues, Hot sea water wash with chemical injection Ventilate to gas and odor free, Thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate - Extensive ventilation will be required, Educt and mop Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes

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HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous; may be fatal if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through skin contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind, keep out of low areas, and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available.

FIRE Small Fires:. Dry chemical, water spray or regular foam. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Fight fire from maximum distance. Stay away from ends of tanks. Dike fire- control water for later disposal; do not scatter the material. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material; stop leak if you can do it without risk. Fully-encapsulating, vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Small Dry spills; With clean shovel place material into clean, dry container and cover loosely; move containers from spill area. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material, immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperatu delayed; keep victim under observation.

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ETHYLENE CYANOHYDRIN
Synonyms 2-cyanoethanol; glycol cyanohydrin; hydracrylonitrile; 1-hydroxy-2-cyanoethane; 3-hydroxypropanenitrile, 2-hydroxypropionitrile; beta-hydroxypropionitrile. : ++ : ETC 2 2 : HOCH CH CN : Straw colored liquid not unpleasant odor. : 227C/ 440 F : -46C/ -50 F : 1.04 : Alcohol : V.Low : :D :" :O :" : Complete : 2.45 : Ship’s lines to center/deck line : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel some Epoxy and Zinc but with restrictions.

UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : When heated, ethylene cyanohydrin gives off poisonous fumes of cyanides. Reacts with water to produce cyanide gas, which is highly poisonous and flammable vapor. Flash Point (F) : 265 Flammable Limits : 2.3~ 12.1% Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 922 Extinguishing Agents : CO2, Dry chemical, Alcohol foam. Special fire Procedures : Firefighters should wear self contained breathing apparatus and full protective clothing. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms short Exposure Tolerance

: 0,0,2 : Unavailable. : Unavailable : " : Toxic by ingestion, avoid high vapor concentrations. : Headache, dizziness, blueness of lips and fingernails. : Unavailable.

Exposure Procedure : If Ingested, induce vomiting at once; vapor- remove victim to fresh air; if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration. skin or eyes contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention. See Medical kit Information, Appendix B

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Reactivity Data Stability: Avid basic contamination to prevent polymerization. stable or prolonged storage. Reacts with water. Reacts vigorously with oxidizing materials, chlorsulfonic acid, oleum, sodium hydroxide, sulfuric acid. Compatibility: Material : Corrosive to mild steel Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid all contact with liquid or vapor. Wear rubber gloves, face shield, full protective clothing. secure ignition sources. flood with copious amounts of water. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product is flammable, Liquid and vapor are toxic, causing cyanide poisoning Product must be kept dry. Contact with water or steam causes dangerous reaction. Keep away from adjacent heat, Clear lines with Nitrogen. Nitrogen blanket may be required for safety/ quality control. Personnel Protection Total Protection suit and breathing apparatus, Restrict personnel on deck Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operations Vapor Return System: YES Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash, minimum 3 hours, to remove and dilute, Hot sea water wash, 5 ft half hour drops Thoroughly steam tank and line, Ventilate for at least 24 hours to ensure vapor dispersed Educt and mop, Tank must be dry. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

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ETHYLENE DIAMINE
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended : 1-2 Diaminoethane, 1-2 Ethanediamine : 1604 :2 : H2 N CH2 CH2 NH2 : 105 : Amine (Aliphatic ) : Colorless liquid with ammonia -like unpleasant odor. Liquid may fine. : 0.900@ C : 0.00094 : 12-38 C : 20-38 C : 12-38 C :7 : Reacts with oxides, acids, aldehydes, allyl chloride and acrylonitrile. Will discolor in air at excessive temperatures. Check other cargoes. : Ship’s lines to deck center tanks : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel , Some Zinc with restrictions.

Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : ppm TLV 10 ppm Flash point : 34 C Draeger Tube No. 67184 : Triethylamine 5/a Boiling Point : 115C Explosive Range : 4% to 20 % Freeze Point : 11 C Autoignition Point : 400 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is highly flammable, Liquid and vapor highly corrosive and liquid will cause serious burns. Heating instructions may vary with shipper . Check locally . Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required to exclude air. Clear lines with Nitrogen, Use “Closed” Ullaging systems. Do not expose product to temperatures in excess of 38C, Do not rely on odor to warm of gas concentrations. Personnel Protection; Total protection suit, breathing apparatus Secure accommodation and recirculate air and restrict personnel on deck during all operations. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulation Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Drying oil : NO

Cold sea water wash for minimum 3 hours, Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and line, Ventilate Educt and mop

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NOTE: It may be necessary to pre-wash tank using water at 20C to 30C to remove residues Amines absorb water very rapidly Ensure vacuum does not form while washing tank B) Cleaning to : (Beyond Solvent Standard) Product is susceptible to : Smell/Moisture/Rust/chlorides Personnel with asthmatic tendencies should be kept away from this product Destroy contaminated leather gloves or footwear Wear contamination will lower the freezing point of the product Heating - In cold areas apply heat 70 -80 F. M.S if color of no consequence M.S-O.K Handling - Avoid contact with liquid . Use gloves and protective clothing . No other problems. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Some are water reactive; however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.
HEALTH HAZARDS Poison; extremely hazardous May be fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Initial odor may be irritating, foul or absent and may deaden your dense of smell. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials are extremely flammable. May be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Cylinder may explode in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind, keep out of low areas, and ventilate closed spaces before entering. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical Protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. It may provide little or no thermal protection. Structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances. If you find The ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Cool container with water using unmanned device until well after fire is out. Isolate area until gas has dispersed. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material; stop leak if you can do it without risk. Shutoff ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area. Use water spray to reduce vapor; do not put water directly on leak or spill Area. Isolate area until gas has dispersed. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material, immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature Effect may be delayed; Keep victim under observation.

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ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube No. Bromofume,1,2-dibromoethane; sym-Dibromoethane; EDB; Ethane, 1,2-dibromo; ethylene bromide; glycol dibromide : 1605 : EDB 2 2 : BrCH CH Br : Colorless liquid; sweet odor : 131C/ 268 F : 8C/ 48 F : 2.17@ 60F : Halogenated hydrocarbon : 9.0 :X :B : 0.4 :O : 0.7 : Slight : 6.5 : Ship’s lines to center deck tanks : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel some Zinc but restricted. : CH244 Trichloroethylene 10/a

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade: N/A Electrical Group :D General : Ethylene dibromide is difficulty flammable. Dangerous, when heated to decomposition, it emits highly toxic fumes of bromides. Flash Point (F) : None. Flammable Limits : None Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 960 Extinguishing Agents : Water spray, dry chemical, foam or CO2. Special fire Procedures : Fire fighters should wear full-protective clothing and respiratory protection. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1,1,3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 22 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : Skin General : Suspected carcinogen. prolonged contact with skin should be avoided. Toxic by inhalation, skin contact and ingestion. Symptoms : Blistering of skin; destruction of tissue. Short Exposure Tolerance: 200 ppm for one hour; 500 ppm for several minutes might be fatal. Exposure Procedure : Contaminated shoes and clothing should be removed at once and the skin should be thoroughly cleaned with soap and water. if eyes are accidentally contaminated they should be flushed thoroughly with flowing water for 15 min. A physician should be consulted.

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Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. has no oxidizing or polymerization characteristics will not react with air, water vapor, fresh or salt water at temp. below 115F. Compatibility: Reacts vigorously with aluminum and magnesium. No appreciable attack on steel, wood, or cloth. Softens and deteriorates rubber and paint. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, self contained breathing apparatus, protective clothing. wash away with water. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product non-flammable, Liquid and vapor can cause injury Heating instructions will vary. Normally carried ambient unless climatic conditions require heating to keep product above freezing point. Vapor may “Layer” in tank bottom and deck Separate pump and line , and individual vent line required Due to high SG tanks may only be filled to 47% volumes. Deck tanks also limited. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and breathing apparatus. Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operations. Vapor Return System : YES Tank Cleaning Thoroughly pre-wash with cold sea water to remove residues. Warm sea water wash, minimum 3 hours, with chemical injection Ventilate to gas and odor free, Thoroughly steam tank and lines Ventilate ( May be prolonged to ensure vapor dispersed) Educt and mop, Tank Must be dry. NOTE : Although non-flammable, product may certain ethylene, creating explosive vapor above product level. Excessive heat may produce explosive conditions. When vapor is detectable , toxic conditions exist. S.GR:- Check elevation to shore tank- booster pump might be needed. Vessels with piston pumps- unsuitable . Deepwell pump are O.K Handling - Avoid vapor avoid contact. Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) Reference note 16. Whenever a chlorinated solvent is the last cargo or used in the cleaning process and the tank will not be adversely affected, the tank pump and line systems must be hot water washed for a minimum of two hours after taking necessary precautions (alcohol flushing , ventilation etc.) to protect the coating.

HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous; may be fatal if inhaled, swallowed or absorbed through skin. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution.

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Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind, keep out of low areas, and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. FIRE Small Fires:. Dry chemical, water spray or regular foam. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Fight fire from maximum distance. Stay away from ends of tanks. Dike fire- control water for later disposal; do not scatter the material. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material; stop leak if you can do it without risk. Fully-encapsulating, vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Small Dry spills; With clean shovel place material into clean, dry container and cover loosely; move containers from spill area. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen. In case of contact with material, immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed; keep victim under observation.

ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE
Synonyms 1,2-dichloroethane;sym-dichloroethane; Dutch liquid; Dutch oil; ethane,1,2-dichloroethylene chloride; glycol dichloride

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UN. No : 1184 CHris Code : EDC 2 2 Formula : CICH CH CI Appearance-Odor : Colorless oily liquid; chloroform like odor. Boiling Point : 84C/ 183 F Freezing Point : -36C/ -33 F Specific Gravity : 1.26 Chemical Family : Halogenated hydrocarbon Vapor Pressure(20C) :* Pollution Category –USEPA :B IMO :B Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) : 2.7 Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter :O Vapor pressure 46C(psia) : 4.0 Solubility in water : Slight Vapor Density(air = 1.0) : 3.42 Handling : Ship’s lines to deck center tanks portable lines to droplines with caution Inhibitor : NO Nitrogen : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probably Tank Coating : Stainless Steel, Zinc, and polyurethane with restrictions , Epoxy not generally Acceptable. Draeger Tube No : CH244 Trichloriethylene 10/a Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General: The vapors are irritating. In contact with a hot surface. ethylene dichloride decomposes into phosgene, which is highly poisonous. Ignited by heat, sparks or open flame. Flash Point (F) : 65 Flammable Limits : 6.2~ 16% Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 775 Extinguishing Agents : CO2, Dry chemical, foam, water fog. Special fire Procedures : Keep exposed tanks cool with water spray. Water may be ineffected on fire. Supply respiratory protection and full protective clothing for fire parties. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2,2,3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 200* PEL/TWA(ppm) :1 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10 General : Suspected carcinogen. Vapor harmful; causes systemic poisoning through inhalation. Liquid contact with on skin may cause dermatitis or a burn. Toxic by inhalation, skin contact and ingestion. Symptoms: Irritation, dizziness, nausea, rapid pulse, blueness of lips and fingernails. Short Exposure Tolerance: 200 ppm for one hour. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air, if breathing stops, apply artificial respiration . skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Get medical advice or attention.

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* NOTE: Detectable odor is greater than the TLV. Exposure to potentially dangerous vapor concentration can occur before the vapor is detected by smell. Reactivity Data Stability: Relatively stable. Compatibility: Material : Non- corrosive at normal atmospheric temp. when dry. when contaminated with water at elevated temp. it corrosive iron. Cargo : Group 36 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, self contained breathing apparatus, protective clothing. avoid contact with liquid . Secure ignition sources. remarks: Vapor pressure: 100 mmHg @ 29.4 C. Operational Problems/ Hazards Product if flammable ,Liquid and vapor harmful and vapor is toxic Many port authorities insist on vapor return and stringent operational precautions. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required Keep away from adjacent heat Use “ Closed” Ullaging system, Clear lines with Nitrogen Vapor caused irritation occurs after dangerous high concentrations have been exceeded. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and breathing apparatus Secure accommodation and recirculate air and restrict personnel on deck during all operations. Vapor Return system : YES Tank Cleaning Check coating for ventilation to dryness prior to washing Cold sea water pre-wash to remove residues, Ventilate to gas/ odor free, Hot sea water wash, minimum 3 hours ( Check LEL), Ventilate, Steam tank and line, Educt and mop Ventilate for 24 hors prior to ballast next cargo if zinc /polyurethane Tank must be absolutely dry. If product impure it will attack Epoxy coatings. Ensure that linings other than stainless steel have been cleared as acceptable. Acid content of product may vary with some coatings product temperature must not exceed 25C and must have no water content. Phenolic- After 6 months in our service having carried heated cargoes. Coating O.K. When coating is improperly applied it will blister in all areas where coatings exceeds 20 mils(500 MIC) Handling - very strict tank inspection prior to loading . Use protective clothing and face mask when working around this cargo. DO NOT INHALE VAPOR !. Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. Reference note 16. Whenever a chlorinated solvent is the last cargo or used in the cleaning process and the tank will not be adversely affected, the tank pump and line systems must be hot water washed for a minimum of two hours after taking necessary precautions (alcohol flushing , ventilation etc.) to protect the coating. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.

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Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. give artificial respiration. Monoethylene glycol : ++ : EGL 2 2 : HOCH CH OH : Colorless.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. give oxygen. In case of contact with material . Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Water spray may reduce vapor. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. if breathing is difficult. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 309/858쪽 . Syrupy liquid. If water pollution occurs. if not breathing. withdraw from area and let fire burn. notify the appropriate authorities.Kim. Stay upwind. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor 1.. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Stay away from ends of tanks. Slight odor.2-Dihydroxyethane. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Ethylene dihydrate.H. if this is impossible. 1. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Version/01 Keep unnecessary people away. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. ETHYLENE GLYCOL Synonyms UN. ethylene alcohol. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.2-Ethanediol. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. no flares. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. glycol. Large Fires: Water spray .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.Gon. Wash skin with soap and water. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. For massive fire in cargo area. glycol alcohol. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 310/858쪽 . ++ Unassigned Operational Problems/ Hazards PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. cool fire exposed tanks with water. remarks: Data are for the "pure" grade.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. 752(pure) : CO2. serious injury or death may result from as little as 60 ml (approx. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Alcohol foam.H.01 : Complete : 2.Gon. and dizziness.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 50 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50 General : Relatively non-toxic unless ingested. Never give fluids or induce vomiting if victim is unconscious or having convulsions. : Water may be ineffective on fire.13 : Glycol : 0. nausea. Compatibility: Material : most materials of construction are suitable.Kim. avoid contact with liquid. but some restrictions Version/01 : Combustible liquid :D : Slight hazard when exposed to heat or flame.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.21 : Portable lines to droplines : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Probable : Any coating. : -12C/ 10 F . induce vomiting and call a physician. Short Exposure Tolerance: Inhalation is no hazard at normal room temp. skin and eyes. protective clothing.2% UEL= Unavailable : 775 (antifreeze grade). flush with water for 10 Min.008 :D : 0.0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. Water fog. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0.05 : :D : 0. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. If ingested. Exposure Procedure : Ingestion. not the "anti-freeze" grade. Dry chemical. 2 OZ) Symptoms: Headache.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : 197C/ 387F. : 1. face shield. : 240 : LEL=3.

MS. they may alter the non-volatile specification of the subsequence cargo. Butyl cellosolve. SG may vary slightly. Fiber grade of this product is known as polyester Ethylene Glycol (P. Surveyors will be particular about coating condition. Stow away from pungent cargoes and adjacent heat The liquid will cause irritation of the eyes and skin But ingestion may be fatal.Gon. Once they have formed. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 311/858쪽 .Kim. Cleaning code 1. Butyl oxitol. ETHYLENE GLYCOL BUTYL ETHER Synonyms UN. these gels once formed can be removed by use of a cleaning solvent.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. 5 ft half hour drops. ethanol.. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. : 171C/ 340 F : -87C/ -125 F : 0. gloves and goggles. ektasolve EB solvent. 2-butoxy: 2369 : EGM 2 2 4 9 : HOCH CH OC H : Colorless oily liquid. “Fiber Grade/Zinc”. Shipper may require Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator for quality control.G) in some areas (USG). Educt and mop.H. Lot of fresh water flushing and steaming. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. for all other grade.This fine grade will pick up Zinc.commercial and fiber grade. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Dowanol EB. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity 2-butyl ethanol. zinc coating are O. IG is very high specification and require high standard of cleanliness. Mild rancid odor. etc. Use nitrogen for this grades. Shipped in two grades :.90 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. but it is the “fiber” grade that needs special attention.Hard to get past surveyor for loading. Personnel Protection Boiler suit. Ventilate to gas free Fresh water rinse or steam.All grades need good tanks.E. Methanol spray and bulkhead tests for chlorides/hydrocarbons recommended prior to survey. The application of hot water to these product will cause the product to degrade and may cause gels to form on the tanks surfaces. Breathing apparatus on standby Steps should be taken to avoid Ingestion Tank Cleaning Hot seawater wash. Version/01 Requires high coating/ cleanliness standard. Lines should be cleared with Nitrogen Product can be corrosive to metals. Reference note 4. * Alternatively..K. Some are water reactive. line system pump. especially in warm climate No GO . Handling .. Requires high standard of cleanliness Tank should be completely dry and grease free.E. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. nose. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. : 200 ppm for approx. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : Moderate hazard. Cargo : Group 40 of compatibility chart.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.1.2 :D : 3. and to a lesser degree liver damage can be produced in animals from a single or repeated exposures at concentrations less than saturation.07 : Bondstrand .6% Auto igniting Temp. : prevent repeated skin contact by wearing protective clothing. Secure all sources of ignition. an inert solvent. protective clothing. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 312/858쪽 . narcosis. alcohol foam.Kim. Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Compatibility: Material : compatible with usual materials of construction. face shield. Operational Problems/ Hazards Slightly irritating to skin and eyes. and throat irritation. one hour. Reactivity Data Stability: In general.Gon. Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance Exposure Procedure : Eye. have all purpose canister mask available.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Eye and respiratory tract irritation. Special fire Procedures : The same techniques used for fighting fire involving combustible petroleum products are applicable.(F) : 472 Extinguishing Agents : Water.76 : : III : 2. Plastic materials and rubber are not recommended. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.. when exposed to heat or flame.1~ 10. Combustible Low toxicity. Flash Point (F) : 141(cc) Flammable Limits : 1. avoid personnel contact with liquid and vapor. blood. carbon dioxide or dry chemical.H. compoflex and ship’s lines : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.2 : Complete : 4. kidney.0) Handling Nitrogen Tank coating : Glycol ether : 0. Cool fire exposed tanks with water. Zinc and Epoxy with restrictions.

Check coating guide.An excellent MS tank is suitable for both these Glycol Ethers. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. most of the time.H. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Educt and mop. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. pump. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. but shippers request lined tank. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Ventilate Fresh water rinse. gloves and goggles Version/01 Tank Cleaning Note: Tank must be educted and ventilated to dry before washing or steaming. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Personnel Protection Chemical suit. line system. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 313/858쪽 . Hot sea water wash. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Kim. Mild steel. Ventilate 24 hours if Epoxy tank. Cleaning code 2.

Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Stay upwind. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. give artificial respiration. : TBA :3 : C4 H9 OCH2 CH2 OOC CH3 : 110 : Ester/Ester ( Aliphatic) : Clear colorless liquid with pleasant fruity odor. if breathing is difficult. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. no flares.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .9424@20 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Wash skin with soap and water. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 314/858쪽 . For massive fire in cargo area. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. give oxygen.H. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.. notify the appropriate authorities. Large Fires: Water spray . if not breathing. Stay away from ends of tanks. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.Kim. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. : Butyl “Cellosolve” Acetate. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane.Gon. Water spray may reduce vapor.Reg. Version/01 Keep unnecessary people away. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. if this is impossible.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. : 0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. isolate hazard area and deny entry. ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER ACTATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. In case of contact with material . rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Average Expected Load Temp. If water pollution occurs. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. withdraw from area and let fire burn.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 315/858쪽 . These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Version/01 : 34 : May react with oxidizing agents. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Check other cargo. pump.. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.Gon.H. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : ppm TLV 150 ppm : 88 C : : 192C : : -63C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product virtually non-hazards.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Subject to restrictions. Personnel Protection. Vent line desiccator may be required.Kim. Product must be dry. : Ship’s lines or portable line to droplines : NO(Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : POSSIBLE : ANY COATING. Ventilate. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulation Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Drying oil : NO Hot sea water wash for minimum 3 hours with chemical injection. line system. Educt and mop NOTE : In some coatings it may necessary to ventilate prior to washing Cleaning code 2. goggles . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. Ventilate to gas and odor free Thoroughly steam tank and line. gloves. Boiler suit .

: 135C/ 275F : -76C/ -94 F : 0.EE solvent Ethanol..1 UN.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.93 : Glycol ethers : 4. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Version/01 ETHYLENE GLYCOL ETHYL ETHER Synonyms Cellosolve solvent. ethylene glycol monoethyl ether. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 316/858쪽 .0 :C :D : 0. ether like odor practically odorless. Glycol monoethy ether : 1171 : EGE 3 2 2 2 : CH CH OCH CH OH : Colorless liquid. 2-ethoxyethanol.H. dowanol EE.Gon.2-ethoxy-.

secure ignition sources. Short Exposure Tolerance: Exposure to air saturated with cellosolve vapor(0.1 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center/deck tanks. Reactivity Data Stability: This is relatively stable compound Compatibility: Material : softens rubber and many plastics. : Headache .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.17 : Complete : 3.Kim. Keep away from adjacent heat. Get medical advice or attention. alcohol foam. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control. when exposed to heat or flame.H. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms : 1. protective clothing.6%) for a few seconds resulted in irritation of the eyes. avoid contact with liquid. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.. apply artificial respiration. Coatings may soften with this product Product is susceptible to contamination and high standard tank cleaning and coating and coating required. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 317/858쪽 . Operational Problems /Hazards Product if flammable. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel.7 ~15.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.2 : Unavailable : Unavailable : 5/skin : Low hazard for acute inhalation. Have all purpose canister mask available. eye irritation.(F) : 460 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. moderate for chronic inhalation.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Version/01 :D : 0. Personnel protection Chemical protective clothing gloves and goggles PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Liquid and vapor highly irritation and liquid is easily absorbed. Special fire Procedures : The same techniques used for fighting fire involving combustible petroleum products are applicable. avoid aluminum and its alloys. water fog. face shield.6% Auto igniting Temp. cool fire exposed tanks with water. Flash Point (F) : 120 Flammable Limits : 1. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : Moderate hazard.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.remove victim to fresh air. zinc . Skin or eye contact.Gon. nausea. Applicable Bulk reg. Limited polyurethane and Epoxy. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. breathing stops.1. dry chemical.

Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.5 hours ( Check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse Educt and mop NOTE : Ventilate for 24 hours after cargo. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.H. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.before ballasting or next cargo . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 318/858쪽 . These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Version/01 Tank Cleaning Note : Check coating list before washing Hot sea water wash for minimum 2. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. before washing the tank. With some coating this product must be educted and the coating dried by ventilation. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Good Cargo. Mild steel .Nitrogen blanket recommended for all slack loaded tanks.Gon.Kim. line system.Small problems.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Stay upwind. If water pollution occurs. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.O.K. notify the appropriate authorities. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Handling .If scale free and well cleaned. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Cleaning code 2. pump.. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.

fog or alcohol-resistant foam. mild agreeable odor.62 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to center /lines PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Version/01 FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam.0) Handling Dowanol EM. In case of contact with material . give artificial respiration.H. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. no flares. methyl oxitol : 1188 : EME 3 2 2 : CH OCH CH OH : Colorless liquid. Large Fires: Water spray . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 319/858쪽 . Stay away from ends of tanks.Gon. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. give oxygen. glycol monomethyl ether.97 : Glycol ether : 6. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane.6 : Complete : 2. methyl cellosolve.39 :D : 0.2-methoxy. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.. ethanol. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.2 : :D : 0. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. For massive fire in cargo area. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. if not breathing. Water spray may reduce vapor. : 124C/ 255 F : -85C/ -121 F : 0. if this is impossible. withdraw from area and let fire burn.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. 2-methoxyethanol. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. if breathing is difficult.Kim. Wash skin with soap and water. ETHYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER Synonyms IMO No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

alcohol foam. apply artificial respiration. when exposed to heat or flame. Avoid contact with liquid. Get medical advice or attention. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. liquid absorption through the skin may be harmful.9 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : 5/skin General : Harmful vapor.Gon. secure ignition sources. Surveyor will be particular about coating condition Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing. headache.(F) : 551 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. dry chemical.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. face shield.remove the victim to fresh air. water fog. Symptoms : Drowsiness. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Epoxy and Polyurethane subject to restrictions Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General : Moderate hazard. Skin or eye contact.5 hours minimum ( Check LEL) Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Reactivity data Stability: This is a relatively stable compound Compatibility: Material : softens many plastics. Flash Point (F) : 115(cc) Flammable Limits : 2. Special fire Procedures : The same techniques used for fighting fires involving combustible petroleum products are applicable. Operational Problems/ hazards Product is flammable and liquid and vapor will cause irritation. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable. confusion.Kim.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. rust and excessive heat.8% Auto igniting Temp. Liquid on skin may cause dermatitis Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control. Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Version/01 : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel.1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 320/858쪽 .5 ~ 19.H. if breathing stops. Product is susceptible to moisture . Tank Cleaning Note : Check coating list before washing Hot sea water wash for 2. Cool fire exposed tanks with water.. Zinc. loss of metal ability. goggles and gloves. Have all purpose canister mask available. protective clothing.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0.

Stay upwind. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Large Fires: PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.It is next to impossible even for a short voyage to arrive with product ON-Spec. No other problems/ Hazards. UCC. With some coatings product must be educted and coating dried by ventilation before washing tank. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. If water pollution occurs. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin..Methyl Oxitol Mild Steel.Kim.Methyl cellosive. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Tank and lines must be cleaned to perfection.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. isolate hazard area and deny entry.Jet Fuel Additive Shell. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Trade marks . Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. line system. Handling . These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.This is the most “Sensitive” of all Glycol Ethers we carry. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. pump. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. Educt and mop Note : Ventilation for 24 hours may be required before ballast or next cargo. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. notify the appropriate authorities. UCC. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 321/858쪽 . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.Gon.

H.Kim. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.1094 @20 C : TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : : : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 171 C : : 244C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.. give artificial respiration. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. no flares. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. give oxygen. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.Reg. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Average Expected Load Temp. if this is impossible. Phenyl cellosolve : TBA : TBA : C6 H5 OCH2 CH2 OH : : Phenolic Ether : Colorless liquid with faint aromatic odor. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Boiling Point : 2. Version/01 Water spray . Stay away from ends of tanks. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Wash skin with soap and water. if not breathing. For massive fire in cargo area. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. if breathing is difficult.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . ETHYLENE GLYCOL MONO PHENYL ETHER Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Water spray may reduce vapor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 322/858쪽 . Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. : 1.fog or alcohol-resistant foam.Gon. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. In case of contact with material .Phenoxyethanol. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

: 1185 :3 : NHCH2 CH2 : 112 : Amine.H. Average Expected Load Temp. : NO Discharge on passage as per regulation Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partials Drying oil : NO Cleaning code 2. Aziridene. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 323/858쪽 . Personnel Protection. line system..5 ppm PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.8320@20 C : TBA : : : : Reactivity: Highly reactive with groups and specific families. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold : Ship’s lines or portable line to droplines : YES (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge POSSIBLE Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. No USCG grouping Slops separately and obtain advice for stowage and pumping. pump. : 0.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : 2 ppm TLV 0. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Dimethylenimine.like odor.Gon. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : Colorless oily liquid with a sharp pungent ammonia . USCG Compatibility chart Group No : Azacyclopropane.Reg. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : % to : 14C : C % Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazardous In climate regions may require gentle heat to prevent freezing but obtain local information as regards heating instructions. ETHYLENEIMINE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. some Zinc with restrictions.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.25/a : 57C : 3. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : -11 C : CH318 Hydrazine 0. and ventilate closed spaces before entering. well -diluted. isolate hazard area and deny entry.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Total Protection suit and breathing apparatus Secure accommodation and recirculate air and restrict personnel on deck during all operations.Kim. Ensure vacuum does not form in tanks while washing. See the table of in initial isolation and protective action distances. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. It may provide little or no thermal protection. may be fatal if inhaled.6% to 54% : -78C : 322 C Version/01 Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is Flammable. Flash point Draeger Tube No. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate to gas and odor free. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 324/858쪽 .H. Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical Protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. keep out of low areas. Steam tank and lines. : YES Retain on board . Structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Isolate the leak or spill area immediately for at least 150 feet in all directions. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. Stay upwind. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Container may explode in heat of fire. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Information very scarce and advice should be sought locally. Liquid and vapor highly toxic Product highly reactive. outdoors or sewers. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Complete Cold sea water pre-wash to remove residues Ventilate to gas free ( or inert) Hot sea water wash. May be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Ventilate Educt and mop Tank must be dry Note : Amines absorb water very rapidly .. and discharge on passage as per regulations. If you find the ID Number and the name of the material there begin protective action. Keep separate. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous.Gon. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Extremely flammable. Nitrogen blanket required ( Will discolor in contact with air) Keep away from adjacent heat ( Inhibitor may degrade) Clear line with Nitrogen Use “Closed” Ullaging system Personnel Protection.

if this is impossible. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.H.Kim. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. withdraw from area and let fire burn. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. water spray or regular foam. if not breathing. Do not get water inside container. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 325/858쪽 . if breathing is difficult. Version/01 SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Do not touch or walk through spilled material Small spills: Flush area with flooding amounts of water. Stay away from ends of tanks. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. keep victim under observation. give artificial respiration.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. For massive fire in cargo area. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. In case of contact with material. Large Fires: Water spray. no flares. fog or regular foam. smoking or flames in hazard area Fully encapsulating. give oxygen. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FIRE 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co . immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.Gon.

H. slight effect from absorption of liquid through skin.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Alcohol C-8. : 183C/ 362 F : < -76c/ < -105 F : 0..0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.O : 0.01 : D. CO2. Version/01 2-ETHYL HEXANOL Synonyms UN. Symptoms : Mild skin irritation. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 326/858쪽 .Gon. 20~30 min. when exposed to heat or flame.83 : Alcohol : 0. if breathing stops. Flush affected areas gently with water for 15 min. : 179 : Unavailable : 581 : Alcohol foam.remove victim to fresh air. Dry chemical. 2-ethyl-1-hexanol. skin or eye contact. water spray : Cool exposed tanks with water.36 : : : 0. octyl alcohol : ++ : EHX 3 2 3 2 5 2 : CH (CH ) CH(C H )CH OH : Colorless.5 : Portable lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck center tanks. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Slightly viscous liquid Alcoholic odor. 2-ethylhexyl alcohol.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Practically non-hazardous.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Short Exposure Tolerance : Not pertinent Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Octanol. for eye contact. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : ANY COATING : Combustible liquid :D : Moderate hazard. Reactivity Data PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim. Get medical attention. apply artificial respiration.1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.remove contaminated clothing.015 : Slight : 4.

Stability: Will undergo self reaction if contaminated.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. gloves Tank Cleaning Warm sea water wash with chemical injection.others accept a good tank. goggles. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cleaning code 2. It is the odor deodorize with polycomplex or Nil-odor. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. pump.. Personnel Protection Boiler suit . The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. otherwise practically non-hazards Liquid and vapor may cause temporary irritation Odor is detectable before dangerous concentrations reached Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required for quality control. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Ventilate Educt and mop. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. minimum 3 hours (check gas concentration) Ventilate to gas and odor Steaming may be required to disperse odor. Mild Steel . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 327/858쪽 . Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Clear lines with nitrogen Due low vapor pressure beware ‘Gas Layer’ in tank bottom.H.See No big problem. Handling . Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. line system.S tanks .Gon. does not require stabilizer. Tank to be dry and grease free.Kim.“Celanece” reject M. Version/01 Operational Problems / Hazards Product is flammable.

) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. F. Chemical protective clothing.W rinse . gloves goggles.H. Cold sea water wash. Average Expected Load Temp. B-Ethyl Hexyl Acetate. minimum 2.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Reg. : YES Discharge on passage as per regulation. : Portable lines to drop lines. B/A on standby . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : Octyl Acetate. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel. : TBA : TBA : CH3 COOCH2 CHC2 H5 C4 H9 : : Unknown ( but Possibly an Ester) : Water white liquid. Stow away from adjacent heat. Educt and mop Prolonged ventilation may be required as odor may persist. : 0.Gon.. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO NIL Coating may required ventilation to dryness before washing. Version/01 2 ETHYL HEXYL ACETATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. cargo.Kim. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 82 C : : 198 C : : -93C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is slightly toxic and an irritant to skin and eyes.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.5 hours Ventilate to gas free. or zinc. Clear lines with Nitrogen Usually a high spec. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.8733 @20 C : TBA : : : : : Reacts with Oxidizing agents acids and alkalis. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Personnel Protection. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 328/858쪽 .

Reference note 7.H. 2-ethylhexyl.Gon.. pump. To prevent any damage to coated tanks the water/slop must not be allowed to stay in the tank during or after the tank-cleaning program. line system. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. 2-propenoate.Kim. acetates and halogenated hydrocarbons can form mineral or organic acids when mixed with water. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. 2-ETHYLHEXYL ACRYLATE Synonyms Acrylic acid.Stow as Octyl Acetate which is listed. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 329/858쪽 . The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Use Nitrogen Blanket for slack tanks. Octyl acrylate PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cargoes such as esters. USCG. Good cargo. 2-ethylhexyl ester.

remove victim to fresh air.Gon. UN.(F) : 485 Extinguishing Agents : Dry chemical.corrosive to carbon steel. foam.. polymerize easily unless inhibited. wear rubber gloves.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Liquid irritating to skin on contact Symptoms : Skin irritation.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush with water.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. face shield.Kim. have all purpose canister mask available. will polymerize on heating.H. Spill or Leak Procedure If possible. Polyurethane some restrictions.4% Auto igniting Temp. apply artificial respiration. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General: Moderate hazard.015 : Negligible : 6. and protective clothing. if breathing stops.1 : :B : 0. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.35 : Portable lines to drop lines or ship’s lines to center deck tanks.01 :O : 0.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. when exposed to heat or flame. Reactivity Data Stability Compatibility: Material : Non. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Flash Point (F) : 188(cc) Flammable Limits : LEL = 0. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0. Special fire Procedures : Water or foam may cause frothing. secure ignition sources. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 330/858쪽 . cool exposed tanks with water. : Unstable. water.89 : Acrylate : 0.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Cleaning Version/01 : ++ : EAI 2 2 2 2 5 4 9 : CH =CHCO CH CH(C H )C H : Colorless liquid pleasant odor : 215~218C/ 418~425 F : -85C/ -130 F : 0.8% UEL=6. flush away with water. Skin or eyes contact. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable Exposure Procedure : Vapor. : YES : Purge : NO Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel.1. CO2. Epoxy.

Handling . goggles.e. Cleaning code 3. Family : 2-Ethylhexenal. However some authorities use it to describe 2 Ethyl Hexyl Alcohol or 2 Ethyl Hexyl Acetate. TLV is not internationally accepted.Gon. Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator may be required.H. Mild Steel. Most common oxidizers are sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite (bleach) Reference note 15. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. as such same must always be avoided. Use ‘Closed’ ullaging system.This product is O. Reacts dangerously with oxidizing agents and acids can react if water or air degrades inhibitor Check other cargo. no problems noted. Version/01 Operational Problems /Hazards Product is flammable Liquid and vapor cause irritation and can be absorbed via skin. clear lines with Nitrogen. if 2EHA is encountered. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Reference note 9. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 331/858쪽 . pump and line systems need to be recirculated with an oxidizer solution.K.From the takes MS tanks have been accepted from the US. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.GULF -NO. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Vapor return system : Possible Tank Cleaning Cold sea water pre-wash ( to remove residues and inhibitor) Hot sea water wash.. that actual product is clarified. Product shipped inhibited and can polymerize in contact with excessive heat ( Which degrades inhibitor) or water which will dilute inhibitor. Personnel Protection Chemical protective clothing. Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization. gloves. After initial water wash the tank. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. The selection of a suitable oxidizer is dependent upon the tank lining. 2 ETHYL 3 PROPYL ACROLEIN Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. with chemical injection Ventilate to gag and odor free Fresh water rinse Educt and mop ( Steaming may be required to disperse odor ) Tank must be dry Note : 2EHA is the term generally used for this product. minimum 3 hours.Kim. : TBA :3 : C3 H7CH : C(C2H5)CH0 : : Aldehyde PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. A good clean/dry tank and lines will do. breathing apparatus. Ensure.

Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : B Vapor Return System Reg.8518@20 C Version/01 : TBA : Ambient : “ : Ambient : 19 : Reacts with Oxidizing agents : : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible : Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 68 C Draeger Tube No. Moderately Toxic causing irritation of skin eyes and respiratory tract. : CH264 Formaldehyde 0. Cajeputol. Keep away from adjacent heat. pump. Average Expected Load Temp. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NIL Drying oil : NO Cleaning code 2. Cineol.H. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : 0. : YES Discharge on passage as per regulation. IMO No : N/A IMO TYPE :3 Formula : C10 H18 O ICS Guide Page No. Chemical protective clothing. Personnel Protection. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water.Gon. B/A on standby .Reg. : 19 Family : Unessential oil.002 Boiling Point : 79C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable. EUCALYPTUS OIL Synonyms : Eucalyptol. gloves goggles. Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. ) Tank Coating recommended : Yellow liquid with strong pungent odor. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. line system. Appearance and character : Colorless or faintly yellow oil with aromatic odor which is pungent and spicy. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 332/858쪽 .Kim.

) Tank Coating recommended : 0. Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.925@20 C Version/01 : TBA : Ambient : “ : Ambient : N/A : Moderately combustible.4C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Moderately toxic vapors Some shippers may require product heated for discharge .Gon. : YES Discharge on passage as per regulation. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 333/858쪽 .92@15 C : 0. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Hot salt water wash. thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate.Reg. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating :TBA Vapor Return System Reg.If require dispersed. FISH OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV ppm Flash point : C Draeger Tube No.H. Educt and mop Note : Further steaming or ventilation may required to disperse odor. : N/A :3 : N/A : 19 : Ester : Pale yellow/dark red. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. Epoxy . with chemical injection Ventilate to gas/odor free. Boiler suit. therefore alcohol type foam may be required for fire fighting.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Polyurethane. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Vent line desiccator may be required. minimum 3 hours.. dependent on quality of oil. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.905-0. B/A on standby .check locally. Personnel Protection. Average Expected Load Temp. : No specialized handling regulation.00068 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.) Correction factor : See Remarks. : Boiling Point : C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -15.Kim. with characteristic odor. High standard of coating required.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : 0. Due to fact slightly soluble in water. Portable lines to drop lines. normal working gear gloves goggles.

minimum 2 hour to remove residues . Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Pre-wash with cold salt water .Try for 40C (104F) . Heating. May require sweeping subject to charterer’s requirements To be at discharge temperature 10 days prior to discharge Daily maximum rise of temperature permissible is 3C/day May require food grade tank dependent on quality of oil May be subject to spontaneous heating SG may vary with shipper. Stainless steel. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 334/858쪽 . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.Kim. Drying oil : YES PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. minimum 3 hours. with chemical injection Spot clean as required Fresh water rinse. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : ppm TLV ppm Flash point : C Draeger Tube No. : YES Discharge on passage as per regulation. winter time in Rotterdam. : NO specialized handling requirements.H. Epoxy. Boiler suit . Cleaning code 5. herring.Wear masks when squeeze (sweeping).but check each time .K for crude and semi refined Zinc. therefore before entry into tank oxygen content to be checked and maintained.O.Gon. cod. sardine. normal working gear. ) Tank Coating recommended Version/01 : Ambient : 27-32 C : 20-30 C : 34 : Basically non-hazardous. Handling . : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Polyurethane.. immediately following discharge Hot salt water wash. For crude grade 95F (35C) is on the low side.In warm climate no heat needed during voyage. : Boiling Point : C Explosive Range : % to % Freeze Point : C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Can remove or exclude oxygen from tanks.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Personnel Protection. Carriage Disch . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg.Semi and fully refined are usually very low RE FFA . Mild steel. The following come under the general title of Fish Oils: Pilchard. Average Expected Load Temp. menhaden and Mombunker oil. Educt and mop.

11~1. : 97C/ 206 F : : 1. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.Kim. morbicid : 1198 : FMS : HCHO : Colorless liquid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 335/858쪽 . Version/01 Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. fyde. Formalith. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. FORMALDEHYDE SOLUTION (37~50%) Synonyms UN.13 : Aldehyde : 1. formic aldehyde solution formol. Pungent.H.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Formalin. Irritating odor. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. These cargoes are “drying or semi-drying oils” which require cold(ambient) washing immediately after discharging.39 : :C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon.. Methanal solution. methylene oxide. Reference note 22.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. highly flammable vapors are given off.remove victim to fresh air. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. : 0. if possible. Water fog. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. + Unavailable PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim. scoop up. avoid contact with liquid. exposure to 650 ppm for a few minutes may cause death. severe respiratory irritation. cover large spills with sodium bisulfate (NaHSO3). strong formaldehyde solutions cause a hardening effect and primary skin irritation upon direct contact. add small amount of water and mix. polyurethane with restrictions. Special fire Procedures : The vapors are highly irritating. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. Major effect is local irritation of eyes. wash site with soap solution. *Propose change in TLV to 0.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Check carefully coating lists. Reactivity Data Stability: Solution are often shipped at elevated temp.2. Short Exposure Tolerance: At a vapor concentration of 10~20 ppm breathing becomes difficult. protective clothing. Methanol is often used to inhibit polymerization. Alcohol foam. Symptoms: Coughing.E : Combustible liquid (grade depends on concentrations) Electrical Group :B General : When the solution is heated. Compatibility: Material : corrosive to steel and to copper and its alloys. nose. copious watering of eyes. if breathing stops apply artificial respiration skin or eyes contact. Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Flash Point (F) : 122~ 185 Flammable Limits : 7.3 ppm.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Below 1 PEL/TWA(ppm) :3 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 1* General : Suspected carcinogen.(F) : 806 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Dry chemical.09 :O : 0. Get medical advice or attention. secure ignition sources.0~73% (formaldehyde vapor in air) Auto igniting Temp. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 336/858쪽 .03 : Portable lines to droplines : YES : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possibly : Stainless steel .46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.Gon. self contained breathing apparatus. remarks: The commercial material is shipped as water solution of from about 37~50% concentration. to prevent polymer formation.15 : Complete : 1. so fire parties should wear respiratory protection. and throat.H..

rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. to 50%.K. to 45% Mild steel . IMO.O. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.O. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Highly toxic by inhalation and ingestion Fire risk increases with Methanol content As water soluble . Don’t try.K. Cleaning code 1. Some are water reactive. Liquid causes severe burns to eyes and along with vapor is highly irritating.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. unless inhibited with alcohol. 5 ft. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.K.H. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. All contact to be avoided . Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash to remove residues ( 2hours ) (Check coating compatibility when strong slops or discharge directly overboard) Hot sea water wash with chemical injection . half hour drops Ventilate to gas and odor free ( Odor may be difficult to remove ) Educt and mop dry. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Stay upwind. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 337/858쪽 .For a short voyage MS is O. Tank must be dry USCG . Use full protective clothing and breathing apparatus. If polymerization does occur it is not usually violent or dangerous. Version/01 Operational Problems/ hazards Formaldehyde solution tends to form insoluble polymeric compounds. but iron pick up can be expected. Personnel Protection Full chemical protective clothing and Breathing Apparatus.. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. use alcohol type foam. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.Gon. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.Kim. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled. Any spillage to be washed away with copious quantities of water. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.

* : : Ships lines to deck tanks only. give artificial respiration.1376@15 : 0. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes.Kim. Large Fires: Water spray . : 1.fog or regular foam. in case of contact with material.H.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. if breathing is difficult.Reg. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. water spray or regular foam. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature FORMAMIDE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.. if not breathing. If water pollution occurs. do not get water inside container. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 338/858쪽 . : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . give oxygen. Stay away from ends of tanks. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal.Gon. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor. Small Fires: Dry chemical. Co2. no flares. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Average Expected Load Temp. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity CHeating Range (Subject to Chart. notify the appropriate authorities.00085 : Normally Ambient : “ : Normally Ambient : 10. Version/01 FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. ) : Methanamide : TBA :3 : HCONH2 : : : A Colorless Hydroscopic oily liquid.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 339/858쪽 . B/A set for topping off.22 : Organic acid : 0.H.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Discharge slops on passage according to regulation.6 : Shore hose connected to deck tank manifolds. penetrating : 101C/ 213 F : 8C/ 47 F : 1. Sharp. 10 will do. Ventilate to gas and odor free. Chemical suit. therefore avoid all contact. : TBA Boiling Point : 210-212 C Explosive Range : % to % Freeze Point : 2. Educt and mop dry. FORMIC ACID Synonyms UN.Kim.0) Handling : Formylic acid.1 : Complete : 1.6 :D :D : 1. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Version/01 Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV 20 ppm Flash point : 154 C Draeger Tube No. Gloves. : YES Retain on board slops well diluted.Cleared but un-groped. Start to decompose before boiling point is reached emitting very toxic fumes. May require Heating to improve discharge viscosity. Personnel Protection. Tank Coating recommended : Stainless Steel only. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Hot SW wash with chemical injection ( 1/2 Hr 5 ft drops) Fresh water rinse or steam.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.5 :O : 2. Goggles. Hydrogencarboxylic acid.5C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous A moderately toxic and corrosive liquid. check Locally..Gon. Methanoic acid : 1779 : FMA : HCOOH : Colorless liquid. Tank must be dry USCG.

It is also a reducing agent. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3.remove contaminated clothing and immediately flush affected areas gently with water for 15 min. Lines used to load cargo should be flushed with copious after use. Liquid causes burns. with which all contact should be avoided. Cargo : Group 4 of compatibility chart .(F) : 1114 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Use protective clothing to prevent personal contact. Operational Problems /Hazards An extreme corrosive.. Being hydroscopic a vent line desiccator is required. Special fire Procedures : Fire fighting parties should wear rubber boots and gauntlets and self contained breathing apparatus. stainless steel or lead lined tanks are satisfactory. Flash Point (F) : 156(cc) Flammable Limits : 18~57% Auto igniting Temp. Get medical attention. Personnel Protection Full protective clothing and breathing apparatus PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Although in tanks where P/V valve is working properly a dangerous pressure should not develop. watering of the eyes. water fog. Mix and add water if necessary for good mixing. and water enclosed spaces must be tested for oxygen content(19. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 340/858쪽 . skin or eye contact. slow decomposition yields carbon monoxide(CO). Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Version/01 : Possible : Purge : YES Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Formic acid is a corrosive. apply artificial respiration.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. combustible liquid. Symptoms: Choking. Eliminate all sources of ignition. respiratory irritation. alcohol foam. Toxic vapors are generated in fire. use respiratory protection and protective clothing. Vapor irritating.) before entering. if breathing stops.Gon. dry chemical. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. skin contact will cause severe itching or burning. See also Appendix 1 -Exceptions to the chart. Short Exposure Tolerance: Unavailable. Scoop up slurry. Reactivity Data Stability: Reacts will bases(alkalis) to produces heat. a chemical asphyxiate. Cover contaminated surfaces and spill with large quantity of soda ash or sodium bicarbonate.5% Min. However compoflex can be used.Kim. Wash site with soda ash solution. Concentrations of less than 96% are stable. Compatibility: Material : Type 316. but higher concentrations are unstable and will decompose to give off carbon Monoxide. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid.3.3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) :5 TLV/TWA(ppm) :5 General : Natural.remove victim to fresh air.H.

3. 6. oil. Some of these materials may ignite combustibles (wood. Level the ballast water in the tank for 12 hours and then empty the tank) Mechanically ventilate the tank as follows: 1. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. but none of them ignites readily. Ventilate to gas and odor free Fresh water rinse or steam. half hour 5 ft . Be sure to check steel condition before loading.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Stop leak if you can do it without risk PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. At every re-entry. etc. slops should preferably be washed over-side or stored in stainless steel) Hot sea water wash. and vapor resting equipment should enter the tank for testing. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. 1. carried numbers times . keep out of low areas. 2. paper. 7.. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn. valves. may be harmful. If water pollution occurs. this tank must be rested for traces of formic acid vapor or carbon monoxide. and the oxygen is showing 21%. The tank entry can be made according tot he tank entry procedure. notify the appropriate authorities. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. 3. HEALTH HAZARDS Contact cause burns to skin and eyes If inhaled. drops. The following must be washed/steamed simultaneously when washing the cargo tank Cargo line. 4. if fitted.Melt point 47F heat might be needed if in severe cold area. keep victim under observation. 2. drain cocks and removal of blinds if fitted on valves.Gon. Heat .Kim. Educt and mop dry Tank must be completely dry and moisture free. 8. up to the next loading. Wash the tank with ambient temperature seawater for 2 hour. if ever needed. Stay away from ends of tanks. Provided tests show no traces of formic acid vapors or carbon monoxide. Flammable/poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hopper cars. Stay upwind. Vent line system including P/V valve and riser Heating coils or heat exchanger. 4. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Suggest external heat. Restricted gauge pipe. Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Vapor tests should be taken from pumpwell. cargo pump cofferdam. Housing for tank level gauging On completion washing fill the tank with sea water until it is overflowing(allow air pockets to escape from B/W hatches. Stop the tank ventilation and the tank atmosphere from hatches in the after part and fore part using portable equipment.no problems as long as the S. Before the tank is considered safe to enter a person equipped with self-contained breathing apparatus.S tank is perfect SUS : 316-317 is rated “excellent” while 304 is rated “Good” .) EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. Effect may be delayed. all corners of the tank. isolate hazard area and deny entry. 5. Vapor return System : Possible Version/01 Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash ( 2hours) to remove residues (due to incompatibility of coatings to formic acid. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 341/858쪽 .H. and any other pocket such as behind web frames where product gases may accumulate. then the following may be carried out.

53 :D :C : 0. Version/01 Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. With clean shovel place material into clean. give oxygen. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. fural.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.31 Portable lines to droplines compoflex suitable Product NOT recommended for bondstrand..Kim.1 :O : 0.Gon. give artificial respiration. if not breathing. if breathing is difficult. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature FURFURAL Synonyms Ant oil. artificial oil of ants. 2-furancarboxaldehyde. : NO : Purge : Probably Blanket : Probably UN.H. 2-furancarbonal. Furfurole. pyromucic aldehyde.20 : Aldehyde : 1. : 161C/ 322 F : -37C/ -34 F : 1. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. : 1199 : FFA 4 3 : C H OCHO : Colorless to reddish-brown liquid penetrating almond-like odor. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. 2-furaldehyde.15 : 8. dry Container and cover loosely. Small Dry spills.3% : 3. furfuran carboxylic aldehyde.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 342/858쪽 . move containers from spill area.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. In case of contact with material.

Skin or eye contact. Reacts with numerous organic materials. if breathing stops.Kim. Furfural can explode on contact with strong mineral acids and alkalis(caustics). Have self contained breathing apparatus available.Gon. when exposed to heat or flame. Water fog. Vapor is respiratory irritant.remove victim to fresh air. Short Exposure Tolerance: 15 ppm for 15min.(F) : 743 Extinguishing Agents : CO2. Operational Problems/ Hazards Do not carry at temperature greater than 50 C. self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing. Compatibility: Material : Dissolves or softens many plastics and rubber formulations.3% Auto igniting Temp.4 : 2/skin : 2/skin General : Liquid is irritating to skin and eyes on contact. Cover large spills with sodium bisulfite(NaHSO3). Dry chemical. Cargo : Group 19 of compatibility chart. avoid contact with liquid. Special fire Procedures : Wear eye protection.3 : 0. Scoop up. Irritating vapors are generated with heated. small spills may be washed away with water. Get medical advice or attention.. Tank Coating Stainless Steel.1~ 19. Flash Point (F) : 155 Flammable Limits : 2. Consult coating guides Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General: Moderate hazard. Reactivity Data Stability: Furfural can explode on contact with strong mineral acids and alkalis. Add small amount of water and mix. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 343/858쪽 . Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 2. apply artificial respiration. therefore Avoid Contact. Wash site with soap solution. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Vapor harmful to respiratory system . Alcohol foam.remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.H. Polyurethane with Restrictions. Symptoms: Irritation of respiratory passages.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.2. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves and protective clothing.

Large Fires: Water spray .. If water pollution occurs. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product.fog or regular foam. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. These cargoes leave an odor that in very difficult to remove especially in zinc coated tanks. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Slightly hygroscopic. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.From USA the acid content is usually below 0. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash to remove residues ( 2 hours) Hot sea water wash with chemical injection. water spray or regular foam. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Reference note 18. Stay upwind. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Small Fires: Dry chemical. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Cleaning code 2. Tank Must be dry and moisture free. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Fresh water rinse or steam Ventilate to gas and odor free ( smell may be difficult to remove) Educt and mop dry. therefore may require vent line desiccator. Breathing apparatus or chemical suit.Kim. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. notify the appropriate authorities. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 344/858쪽 . Personnel Protection Goggles.10% . Co2.The odor from Sugar Cane derived is strong and lingering . Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. pump. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Stay away from ends of tanks. Version/01 Zinc . line system.H. but from Sugar Cane ( Foreign) it is too high -Check. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled. 5 ft half-hour drop.Gon. Gloves. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Handling . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.Nil odor or Polycomplex. Deodorize with cold water.

in case of contact with material. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature FURFURYL ALCOHOL Synonyms 2-furancarbinol. give oxygen. UN. 2-furylmethanol. if not breathing. 2-furanmethanol. no flares. Zinc Silicate with restriction. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.O : 0. 2-hydroxymethylfuran : 2874 : FAL 4 3 2 : C H OCH OH Colorless amber liquid turning to dark red brown when exposed to light and air. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal Version/01 FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.Gon.H. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. 2-furylcarbinol. slight brine-like odor. if breathing is difficult.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 345/858쪽 . Alpha-furylcarbinol. furylcarbinol.Kim. furfuralcohol.29 : Alcohol :1 : :C : 0. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. give artificial respiration. : 171C/ 340 F : -31c/ -24 F : 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT..1 : Complete : 3. : Possibly : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material.07 : D.37 Portable lines to deck tanks or poison bank Bondstrand is NOT recommended. do not get water inside container.

Symptoms: Headache.(F) : 916 Extinguishing Agents : Confined area. Get medical advice or attention. irritated skin. Harmful if swallowed. However. Remove contaminated clothing and wash. spill area may be washed with water.wash with soap and water. or resins. Open area. Personnel Protection Chemical suit. toxic concentrations of vapors may be present at temp. Skin.2 Odor Threshold(ppm) :8 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 10/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 10/skin General : Skin absorption may cause toxic effects.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Version/01 Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Breathing apparatus PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H. however it will react with explosive violence in contact with mineral acids or their vapors. watering eyes. Have all-purpose canister mask available.8~ 16. Absorption through skin is very rapid.. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : do not use near lacquers. face shield.1. or with strong organic acids or vapors. respiratory protection. See also Appendix 1. protective clothing.Avoid all contact Wash any spillage away with copious quantities of water. above room temp.Gon.Co2.induce vomiting. Operational Problems/ Hazards Very high standard of tank cleanliness required. Secure ignition sources. vanish. Exposure Procedure : Eyes-wash with water for 10 min. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 346/858쪽 .Rats show 8 percent mortality after one six hour exposure to 47 ppm and 100 percent mortality at 243 and above.polar solvent foam. Special fire Procedures : Wear eye protection. Short Exposure Tolerance: Vapor exposures. clothing resistant to furfuryl alcohol.Exceptions to the chart.3% Auto igniting Temp. Inhalation. water spray. segregated stowage advised Vapor and liquid are dangerous . Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart.Kim. Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :C General: Slight explosion hazard when exposed to heat or flame. Ingestion. tank requires complete absence of moisture A fairly reactive product. Can ship in ordinary steel. stable under normal conditions of sea transport As slightly hygroscopic may require vent line desiccator check local regulations Deteriorates at temperatures above 49 C. Reactive with organic or mineral acids. remarks: Ground storage drums or tanks to prevent accumulation of static electricity.move to fresh air. dry chemical. Avoid Contact with liquid. Flash Point (F) : 167 Flammable Limits : 1.

FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. do not scatter the material. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.Kim. Some are water reactive. In case of contact with material. move containers from spill area. isolate hazard area and deny entry. With clean shovel place material into clean. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk. with chemical injection Fresh water rinse or steam Ventilate to gas and odor free ( Smell may be difficult to disperse odor) Educt and mop dry . FIRE Small Fires:. Fight fire from maximum distance.Gon. if breathing is difficult. dry container and cover loosely.It is a fine Alcohol with no problems if carried in good tanks.. if not breathing. Fully-encapsulating. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Stay upwind.control water for later disposal. Pale colored grade can go without Nitro/Blanket. may be fatal if inhaled. These cargoes leave an odor that in very difficult to remove especially in zinc coated tanks. Handling . Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. swallowed or absorbed through skin.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. give artificial respiration. Dike fire. Reference note 18. Nitrogen Blanket is a must.A good scale free MS tank is suitable. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available.Steel. Small Dry spills. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Tank Cleaning Cold sea water wash ( 2 hour ) to remove residues Hot sea water wash. give oxygen. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 347/858쪽 . HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Dry chemical. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. water spray or regular foam. Version/01 Color-If product is Clear upon loading. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. keep out of low areas. half hour drops. Stay away from ends of tanks. Cleaning code 1.H. 5 ft. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn.Tank must be dry and moisture free. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. M. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire.

Kim. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 348/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. keep victim under observation.H.Gon. Version/01 Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.

: TBA Boiling Point : 132 C Explosive Range : 1/2% to % Freeze Point : 132 C Autoignition Point : 343 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Observe standard procedures for low flash and solvents No specific Operational problems. acids and aldehydes. Tank must be dry PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : 0. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. Hot wash with chemical injection .Reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 349/858쪽 .. Isobutyl Carbinol : 1201 :3 : (CH3)2 CHCH2 CH2 OH : : Alcohol A volative oily mixture of amyl .813 @C : TBA : Normally Ambient : “ : Normally Ambient : : Can react vigorously with reducing agents. gloves. : NO Discharge slops on passage according to regulation. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO Slight Cold sea water pre-wash (1 hour) to remove residues. propyl and ethyl alcohol dependent upon type . Boiler suit. Version/01 FUSEL OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. goggles.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Polyurethane Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odour threshold : TBA ppm TLV 100 ppm Flash point : 43 C Draeger Tube No. : Portable lines to drop lines.Kim. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Average Expected Load Temp.Gon. ) Tank Coating recommended : Grain Oil. Potato Oil.H. which can also contain esters. Personnel Protection. 5 ft half hour drops Ventilate Educt and mop dry.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Zinc Silicate . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg.

FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. if breathing is difficult.H. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Water spray may reduce vapor.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Stay away from ends of tanks. give artificial respiration. Version/01 Used in the preparation of amyl alcohol and for gelatinizing explosives. no flares. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Stay upwind. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.. if not breathing. For massive fire in cargo area. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. In case of contact with material . Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. If water pollution occurs. Wash skin with soap and water.Gon. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. isolate hazard area and deny entry. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Large Fires: Water spray . Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Some are water reactive. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Cleaning code 1. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. notify the appropriate authorities. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 350/858쪽 .Kim.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. if this is impossible. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. give oxygen.

Decanted slops to bunker tanks. Ventilate to gas and odor free. : 0. Educt and mop dry..707 to 0.Gon. Cleaning #2 and marine grades are not good “last cargoes” for finer chemical . S. Average Expected Load Temp.Kim.G. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 351/858쪽 .86 : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : Nothing specific : Portable line to manifolds or droplines : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel . Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 65 C Draeger Tube No. ) Tank Coating recommended : Light Industrial Diesel : 1202 :3 : : : Hydrocarbon : Water white to light yellow petroleum distillate. : NO Classed as persistent oil.These are approximate for exact gravity –check.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Personnel Protection. Epoxy. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Drying oil : NO Hot SW wash with chemical injection -5 ft half hour drops Fresh water rinse or steam. : TBA Boiling Point : 232-426 C Explosive Range : 6 % to % Freeze Point : C Autoignition Point : 339 C Operational Problems/Hazardous High flash product Avoid degrading flash point Should not have common vent line with low flash products. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Polyurethane. Zinc Silicate. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.H. Version/01 GAS OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Reg. Boiler suit and gloves.

e. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Wash skin with soap and water.. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. if breathing is difficult.Gon. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. keep out of low areas. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if this is impossible. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. notify the appropriate authorities. Stay away from ends of tanks. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. give oxygen In case of contact with material . Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. give artificial respiration. For vegetable oil cargoes. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Cleaning code 3. tanks appear clean. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. If water pollution occurs. For massive fire in cargo area. Water spray may reduce vapor.Kim. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 352/858쪽 . HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Version/01 After Butterworthing . Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. no flares. “Polycomplex “ is the best cleaning /deodorizing agent. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature. Deodorizing of tank is a must . immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. if not breathing. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. but some seeping may be show up the next day.Keep checking . and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water.H. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.

tanks will have to be completely grease-free Low general toxicity.g.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .1. Ventilate to gas and odor free. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 353/858쪽 .1 Trichlooethane Which See : Not listed :3 : ICI Solvent : : Stabilized Trichloroethane : Clear non-flammable solvent. Observe normal procedures for loading solvents Advisable stow away from heated cargo Personnel Protection. : Boiling Point : 78-81 C Explosive Range : % to % Freeze Point : C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Being a solvent.H. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. Fresh water rinse or steam. although vapor is anesthetic Avoid inhalation. as product may soften coatings. Epoxy. potassium. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Hot wash 5 ft half hour drops. Version/01 GENKLENE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. also reactive to Chemical metals. Check locally with Surveyors. ) Tank Coating recommended : 1. e. Polyurethane. : Portable lines to manifolds or droplines : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Stainless Steel .Reg. : to : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : Can reacts with aluminum and its compound. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg..Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Average Expected Load Temp. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV 350 ppm Flash point : none C Draeger Tube No..Kim. sodium. Boiler suit and gloves. Educt and mop dry.

0. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Slight hazard. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel . Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart.(F) : 698 Extinguishing Agents : CO2.3-trihydroxypropane : 2689 : GCR 3 2 3 2 : CH COCH COH(CH ) : Colorless liquid faint pleasant odor.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Glycerol. 1.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. or powerful oxidizers. Polymerizes about 300 F Compatibility: Material : No apparent effect on steel or aluminum.2. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 354/858쪽 .0 : Odorless : 10 mg/m3as a mist : 10mg/m3 as a mist : Skin contact with liquid causes slight skin irritation. alcohol foam.glycyl alcohol.1. Exposure Procedure : Wash glycerin form skin with water.2. when exposed to heat. dry chemical.Gon. Launder clothing contaminated by the liquid Reactivity Data Stability: Reacts with strong oxidizing agents.Kim.H. : 290C/ 554 F : 18C/ 64 F : 1.. : Contact with the liquid can cause skin irritation. Version/01 GLYCERINE Synonyms UN. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective on fire. water fog. Zinc Silicate with restrictions. : No appreciable hazard. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance : 0. Epoxy. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.3-propanetriol Trihydroxypropane.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. flame.26 : Ketone/alcohol(exhibits properties of both) : Very Low : : III : Very Low :D :D : Complete : 3. Flash Point (F) : 320 Flammable Limits : Unavailable Auto igniting Temp. cool exposed tanks with water.17 : Portable lines to droplines may sometimes be splash loaded.

remarks: Even a small amount of water or other impurity will greatly lower he freezing point. spill may be washed away with water..Gon.H. See also Appendix 1.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. tanks and lines must be scrupulously clean.Kim. Personnel Protection Boiler suit. 5 ft half hour drops Fresh water rinse.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Cleaning code 3. Operational Problems/ hazards Practically non-hazardous. As product is transparent.check locally. Spill or Leak Procedure secure ignition sources.This fine and expensive product needs careful handling Spotless tanks and lines are a must. It is usually vary high. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may give off poisonous gases and Cause water pollution.Same way as tallow no problems. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 355/858쪽 .FFA Vary a great deal. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. gloves and goggles Tank cleaning Cold sea water wash ( 1hour) to remove residues Hot wash. but check Handling . Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Handling . Z-11 : This is an excellent coating for this product. or steam Educt and mop dry Tank and line will have to be spotlessly clean Version/01 Crude .exception to the chart. may be fatal if inhaled. DOW (only) says “NO” but approve of D-4. swallowed or absorbed through skin. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. May require heating .

In case of contact with material. Fully-encapsulating. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. keep out of low areas. Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials but none of them ignites readily Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Dry chemical. Stay upwind. Dike fire. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.. isolate hazard area and deny entry. With clean shovel place material into clean. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 356/858쪽 . keep victim under observation. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Fight fire from maximum distance. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. FIRE Small Fires:. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. dry container and cover loosely. Small Dry spills.control water for later disposal. stop leak if you can do it without risk. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Speed in removing material from skin is of extreme importance. if breathing is difficult. if not breathing. and ventilate closed spaces before entering positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and chemical protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. give oxygen. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed.H. water spray or regular foam.Kim. It may provide little or no thermal protection structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials Remove and isolate contaminated clothing at the site. give artificial respiration. Stay away from ends of tanks. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire.Gon. move containers from spill area. do not scatter the material.

Ventilate to gas and odor free.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Check coating compatibility.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Version/01 GLYOXAL 40% SOLUTION Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : C Draeger Tube No. Epoxy with restrictions. Oxalaldehyde.Check locally.26 @ 20C : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 19 In pure form polymerizes in the presence of the slightest trace of water.H. : Boiling Point : 51C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : 15C Autoignition Point : Operational Problems/Hazardous Very little information . Personnel Protection. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. Average Expected Load Temp. Portable lines to deck or poison bank manifolds .Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended : Ethanedial.Gon. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations.avoid contact. Boiler suit and gloves. : 1. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO YES Hot wash with chemical injection . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 357/858쪽 . Not normally carried in bulk in pure form at sea. : TBA :3 : OHCCHO : TBA : : Yellow liquid in aqueous solution.check locally . Breathing apparatus on standby.Kim.5 ft half hour drops Fresh water rinse or steam. goggles. Moderately toxic by ingestion and inhalation. Bondstrand 4000 Epoxy is suitable No information on compoflex .

No other problems..Kim.K. Cleaning code 1.Phenoline O. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration.H.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.O. A very sensitive cargo. Version/01 Coating . All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes.Gon. Some are water reactive. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 358/858쪽 .K. Wash water temperature Code (B)Warm water (38 to 55 degree C ) GROUNDNUT OIL PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Educt and mop dry. 64/66 . but tank must be to first class condition with no mild steel showing.

Personnel Protection.. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.92 Version/01 : 0. Boiler suit and gloves. : Boiling Point : 285 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : 0C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Solidifies at 0 C. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO NO Pre-clean with warm sea water to remove residues. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV 315 ppm Flash point : 315 C Draeger Tube No. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Stainless Steel . ) Tank Coating recommended : Peanut Oil. May require food grade tanks. Ventilate Educt and mop dry.00068 : 15 C : 21-27 C : 21. Arachis Oil.Reg.Gon. Epoxy. Hot sea water wash minimum 3 hour with chemical injection. spot cleaning as required Fresh water rinse or steam. normal working gear. Average Expected Load Temp.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : No specific handling regulation.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : N/A :3 : N/A : 19 : Ester : Yellow or greenish yellow oil. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 359/858쪽 ..Kim. : 0.91to 0. Tank must be dry PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Can be carried in zinc silicate if FFA is below 5%. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.27C : 34 : Basically non hazardous.H. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. Polyurethane.

Kim. Colorless liquid. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor : Dipropylmethane. Cargoes listed this group are not water soluble and require the use of a degrease and/or saponifier to alter the composition of the residue so that it can be removed. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed after degreaser and/or saponifier (Stolt C. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water HEPTANE Synonyms UN.Gon. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.heptyl hydride Normal heptane. Version/01 Cleaning code 5. : 1206 : HPT 3 2 5 3 : CH (CH ) CH : Volatile. n-Heptane..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. * Spot cleaning may be extensive depending upon amount of tank structure. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes.H. Sweet gasoline-like odor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 360/858쪽 .

natural rubber will soften and deteriorate rapidly.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C Electrical Group General : 98C/ 208 F : -91C/ -132 F : 0. Exposure Procedure : If inhaled in conc. if splashed in eyes.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : Fire fighters should have respiratory devices.45 : Compoflex. open area. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : 25(cc) : 1. : 0. intoxication. amounts.0.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Call a doctor.1 : 220 : 400 : 400 : Moderately toxic by inhalation. Reactivity Data Stability: Non. Zinc.Kim. Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. keep away from heat. Bondstrand or ship’s lines : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1000 ppm for 6 minutes developed slight dizziness.Co2. Flashback along vapor trail may occur.8 : D. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms : Flammable liquid :D Highly flammable. Cargo : Group 31 of compatibility chart. dangerous fire risk.68 : Saturated hydrocarbon : 11. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 361/858쪽 . : irritation of mucous membranes. wash with water for 15 min.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Compatibility: Material : Mild steel and stainless steel are suitable.H.2 ~6.O : 2. results in a condition resembling intoxication by ethyl alcohol.4 : :C : 1.foam. dry chemical. slight nausea. Epoxy or polyurethane Version/01 Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area.Gon. or open flame. Keep fire exposed containers cool with water. dizziness.7% : 433 : Confined area.5 : Negligible : 3. 500 ppm for 15 min. remove victim to fresh air and use oxygen..reactive but dangerous fire risk. sparks.

may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. if not breathing. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Alcohol C7m n-Heptanol. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.Gon. For massive fire in cargo area. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 362/858쪽 . Operational Problems / Hazards Flammable and toxic. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. notify the appropriate authorities. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. Stay away from ends of tanks.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam.. Version/01 Spill or Leak Procedure avoid contact with liquid. give artificial respiration. Wash skin with soap and water. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity : Heptan-1-OL. no flares.8424 @ 20C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. : N/A : Chapter VII : CH3 (CH2)5 CH2 OH : 123 : Alcohol ( Primary . FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Should be tank cleaning as Methanol Loading standard with per-inspection for chloride and hydrocarbons. If water pollution occurs. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. if breathing is difficult. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. 1-HEPTANOL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. line system. There is little or no problems with this cargo. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Cleaning code 2. pump. keep out of low areas. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. aliphatic ) : Colorless liquid Fragrant Odor) : 0. if this is impossible. secure ignition sources. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Water spray may reduce vapor. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.Kim. give oxygen In case of contact with material . Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. have all purpose canister masks available. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.H. Hpetyly Alcohol. A well cleaned tank/lines is all that’s needed. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.

Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Cold wash Fresh water rinse Educt and mop Drying oil : NO Negligible HEPTENE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Reg.715 @ 15. ) Tank Coating recommended Version/01 : 0. normal working gear. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 363/858쪽 .) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : CH297 Alcohol 100/a Boiling Point : 176 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : -35 C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous No Main hazards. Zinc. Compoflex or ship’s lines.. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV N/A ppm Flash point : 74 C Draeger Tube No.00069 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 20 : Dangerous reactions with oxidizing agents and mineral acids. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. : 0. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. : Bondstrand.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Gon. Boiler suit and gloves. Average Expected Load Temp..56C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel . Epoxy or polyurethane. aliphatic) Colorless liquid with a strong pleasant smell rather resembling pine odor. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. Personnel Protection. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity : Heptylene : TBA :3 : C7 H14 : 124 : Hydrocarbon ( Unsaturated.H.Kim.

Gon. Ventilation to gas/ odor free Fresh water rinse or steam Educt and mop dry. Cleaning code 3. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Also check other cargoes on data sheet in question. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : ppm TLV TBA ppm : -7 C : CH 312 Olefins 0.100C : 1.Kim. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 364/858쪽 .H.Steel .If “Last cargoes” are animal / Veg oils it is difficult to get tanks past surveyor in Canada. half hour drops. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Most coating are suitable. Average Expected Load Temp.. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Wash tank in inert or gas free condition Hot salt water wash with chemical injection .05%/a : 85 C . 5 ft.0 % : -120C : 263 C Operational Problems/Hazardous It is not hydroscopic and is stable except for slight gum formation.S no other problems. Tank must be dry M. Breathing apparatus for topping off and P/R work. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. In “Philly” No problems loading M. Acute effect slightly anesthetic resulting in dizziness and drowsiness Shows irritation effect on eyes Is volatile and highly flammable. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : No via portable lines to droplines. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Version/01 : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : TBA Reactivity: Can react with oxidizing agents. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to charterers Reg. possibly.) Correction factor Carriage Disch ..0% to 7.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. Boiler suit and gloves. Personnel Protection. Heating Range (Subject to Chart. also with concentrated nitric acid.Reg.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. hexahydroazepine. fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. : 132C/ 270 F : -38C/ -36 F : 0. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. HEXAMETHYLENEIMINE Synonyms UN. Reference note 8.88 : Imine :5 : :C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. phthalate. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash).Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 365/858쪽 . Cargoes belonging to the olefin. homopiperidine : 2493 : HMI 6 13 :C H N : Colorless to light yellow liquid ammonia-like-odor. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO : Azacyclohelane.H.. Version/01 to reduce their surface tension.e. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. adiptate.

Exposure Procedure : Vapor. if breathing stops. Get medical attention. removers paint.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. flashback along vapor trail may occur.Kim. wood.3 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : " General : Liquid is irritating to the skin and respiratory tract and the vapor causes eye injury high vapor concentration may cause serious eye injury. Compatibility: Material : Corrosive copper and its alloys in air.2 :O : 5.6 : Complete : + : Stainless lines to deck tank manifolds : NO : Purge : Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel deck tanks.3 % Auto igniting Temp. flush spill with large quantities of water. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 366/858쪽 . administered trained personnel. Wear Impervious gloves and safety goggles. skin or eye contact. is often helpful.6~ 2. skin and respiratory irritation. Special fire Procedures : Wear eye protection and self contained breathing apparatus. Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable.. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 3. apply artificial respiration.Immediately flood affected areas gently with water.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Cargo : Group 7 of compatibility chart.H. remove contaminated clothing and continue to flush affected areas for 15 min. Dry chemical. Dangerous fire hazard. CO2. avoid breathing of vapors. secure ignition sources. No effect on carbon steel.remove victim to fresh air. keep away from heat.3. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :C General: Toxic oxides of nitrogen may form in fire. Spill or Leak Procedure Self-contained breathing apparatus of all purpose canister mask should be worn when contact is anticipated. and open flames. swells rubber. cloth.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating : 4. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Oxygen. sparks. corrodes aluminum especially when wet. Flash Point (F) : 62 Flammable Limits :1. Symptoms: Eye.Gon.(F) : Unavailable Extinguishing Agents : Water. Short Exposure Tolerance: The approximate lethal vapor concentrations for a four hour exposure is reported to the 4800 ppm in rats.

outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. half hour 5 ft drops Fresh water rinse or steam Thoroughly ventilation Educt and mop Tank must be completely clean and dry Check locally with surveyor for more information on product.H.. oxidizing agents. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Handling . Tanks and line have to be thoroughly clean. phenols. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.Kim. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.check locally Highly reactive cargo. line system. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.Tanks must be 100% clean and dry before loading Nitrogen blanket is must. nitrates. A/C on Recirculation. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. HEALTH HAZARDS May be poisonous if inhaled. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. monomers and chlorinated compounds. Vapor return system : Possibly Tank cleaning Cold se water pre-wash to remove residues ( 2hours) Hot sea water chemical wash. giving off ammonia vapors Information at present scanty . pump.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. anhydrides.Gon. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. ketonnes. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. isocyanates. Cleaning code 2. Restrict personnel on deck Secure accommodation. aldehydes. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Stay upwind. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 367/858쪽 . React : Incompatible with :acids. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Avoid all contact High vapor concentrations can effect central nervous system Moderate fire hazard Decomposes with heat. Personnel Protection Total protection suit and Breathing apparatus. Version/01 Operational Problems / Hazards A highly corrosive liquid and vapor .

Gon. Co2. Do not get water inside container apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.Kim. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Large Fires: Water spray .O : 7. give artificial respiration.0 : :C : 5. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. : 69C/ 156 F : -94C/ -137F : 0. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Small Fires: Dry chemical.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. water spray or regular foam. give oxygen. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 368/858쪽 .0 : Insoluble : 2.98 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. If water pollution occurs. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent Material and place into containers for later disposal. if breathing is difficult. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material.fog or regular foam. Stay away from ends of tanks.0 : D.H. notify the appropriate authorities.. normal hexane : 1208 : HXA 6 14 :C H : Colorless watery liquid gasoline like odor.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. no flares. in case of contact with material.0) : Hexane.66 : Saturated hydrocarbon : 97. Version/01 FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. if not breathing. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature n-HEXANE Synonyms UN. do not get water inside container. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Use water spray to reduce vapor. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Hexyl hydride.

(F) : 500 Extinguishing Agents : Dry chemical. Short Exposure Tolerance: 30. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 369/858쪽 . Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves. Eye.wash immediately with copious amounts of water. foam or carbon dioxide.0.7% Auto igniting Temp. coughing and pulmonary edema..5% vapor concentration caused distinct dizziness and giddiness of humans in just ten minutes. Symptoms: Inhalation causes irritation of respiratory tract cough and mild depression. 0. Version/01 Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General: Flashback along vapor trail may occur.H. Operational Problems/ Hazards Fire Hazards Personnel Protection Boiler suit and gloves PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if necessary and then oxygen. irritation caused by vapor inhalation. vomiting. Ingestion.DO NOT induce vomiting. headache.remove from area and administer artificial respiration.000 ppm vapor concentration causes narcosis of rats in one hour. n-hexane is toxic by ingestion. Ingestion causes nausea.Kim.Gon.1~ 7.absorb on paper and discharge paper. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0. have all purpose canister mask available Gas leak-keep concentration of gas explosive limits by forced ventilation. swelling of abdomen. Vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Flash Point (F) : -7.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Get medical attention or advice.0 Flammable Limits : 1. Liquid. epoxy or polyurethane. and depression. zinc. Special fire Procedures : Water may be ineffective on fire. secure ignition sources. : Stable. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. aspiration causes severe lung irritating. Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating : Compoflex Bondstrand or ship’s lines : NO : Purge : No Blanket : NO : Stainless steel . Reactivity Data Stability Compatibility: Material : Certain plastics are suitable. cool fire exposed tanks with water. face shield and protective clothing.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 50 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50 General : Minor skin irritant.

PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. M. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. If water pollution occurs.K No problems. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.H. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.Kim. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.. notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 370/858쪽 .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. Hot wash Fresh water rinse Educt and mop Commercial shipments may contain as little as 40% of the normal isomer in which case chemical and physical constants will be different from those given above. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. line system. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. Version/01 Tank Cleaning Gas free or inert tank or cold sea water wash to disperse residues. pump.O. keep out of low areas. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.Gon.With no scale and well cleaned . and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.Steel . Cleaning code 2. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.

Kim. Water spray may reduce vapor. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 371/858쪽 . Wash skin with soap and water.H. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. if not breathing. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.82 : Alcohol : <1.75 :D : 1. no flares. 1-hexanol n-hexanol. HEXANOL Synonyms UN. Epoxy or polyurethane PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. n-hexyl alcohol. if breathing is difficult. zinc. pentylcarbinol : 2282 : HXN 3 2 4 2 : CH (CH ) CH OH : Colorless liquid.00 : Slight : 3. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.0 : :D : 0. mild sweet odor : 157C/ 315F : -52C/ -62 F : 0.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Alcohol C-6. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. give artificial respiration. Bondstrand or ship’s lines : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel. if this is impossible. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Amyl carbinol. Version/01 Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.52 : Compoflex. For massive fire in cargo area. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. hexanols. 1-hydroxyhexane. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Hexyl alcohol. Stay away from ends of tanks. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. give oxygen In case of contact with material .Gon.

remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min. Exposure Procedure : Vapor.remove victim to fresh air if breathing stops.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : Unavailable : Unavailable : " : " : Practically non-toxic. line system. pump.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) General Symptoms Short Exposure Tolerance Version/01 : Combustible liquid :D : Moderate hazard. May soften some paints and plastic. secure ignition sources.7% (calculated) : 559 : Carbon dioxide.Gon. dry chemical. apply artificial respiration. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. : Saturated vapor not fatal. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. alcohol foam. when exposed to heat or flame.H. Operational Problems/ Hazards Personnel Protection Boiler suit and gloves Tank Cleaning Hot wash ( Check Gas concentration ) Fresh water rinse Educt and mop dry Cleaning code 2.Kim. skin or eye contact .2~ 7. : Similar to alcohol intoxication. : Water may be ineffective on fire.. water spray. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 372/858쪽 . handle as a detergent. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear chemical gloves and goggles. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : 140 : 1. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. avoid contact with liquid.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard.H. Version/01 FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Stay upwind. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 373/858쪽 . Large Fires: Water spray . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane.Kim. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk..Gon. notify the appropriate authorities. If water pollution occurs. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Stay away from ends of tanks.

4-pentanediol. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. : Combustible liquid :D : Moderate hazard. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Version/01 nozzles. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Water spray may reduce vapor.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General 2-methyl-2. give artificial respiration. : -50C/ -58C : 0. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. Wash skin with soap and water.05 : : III : LOW :D : 0. In case of contact with material . Zinc. For massive fire in cargo area. Alpha'-trimethyltrimethylene glycol : : HXG 3 2 2 3 : (CH ) COHCH CHOHCH : Colorless liquid. HEXYLENE GLYCOL Synonyms UN. use unmanned hose holder or monitor area and let fire burn.0 : Compoflex. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 374/858쪽 .92 : Glycol : 0. trimethyltrimethylene glycol. withdraw from SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.H. no flares.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. when exposed to heat or flame. slight odor. Epoxy or polyurethane. alpha.alpha. : 196C/ 385 F. if breathing is difficult. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.01 : Complete : 4.. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. give oxygen.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air= 1.Kim. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. if this is impossible. if not breathing. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Bondstrand or ship’s lines : NO : Purge : No Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel.

dry chemical.H. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. dizziness. and throat. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. nausea.7 ~ 100% : Greater than 500 F : CO2. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Version/01 Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1. gloves and goggles Tank Cleaning Cold wash Fresh water rinse Educt and mop dry Fine glycol needing good tanks Excellent cargo. Spill or Leak Procedure Avoid contact with liquid. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air. get medical attention if rash develops or if victim has any breathing difficulty.0. and respiratory discomfort. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. Some are water reactive.May cause corneal injury Personnel Protection Boiler suit. liquid very irritating to eyes. give artificial respiration if necessary. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 375/858쪽 . Cleaning code 1.0 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Less than 50 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 25 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 25 General : Vapor irritating to skin and eyes at high concentrations. alcohol foam. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Short Exposure Tolerance: 1 ppm for 30 minutes.Gon. water fog. slightly irritating to skin. nose. Symptoms: Headache. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : 205 : 4. Wash spilled liquid from skin with water. Operational Problems/ Hazards Hazard to eyes . Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. : Water or foam may cause frothing. strong local irritating of the eyes.. Reactivity Data Stability: Reacts with strong oxidizing agents.

.Kim.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.21 : Inorganic acid : 212 :D :D : 8. Hydrogen chloride.H. pungent odor.0 :O : 10. Version/01 HYDROCHLORIC ACID Synonyms UN. Muriatic acid : 1789 : HCL : HCI(dissolved in water) : Colorless to light yellow liquid irritating.Gon.5 : Complete : 1. classified as a corrosive liquid. it can form an explosive mixture with air. it will react with many metals.01~ 1. See data sheet for hydrogen. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade: Non-flammable.26 : Stainless Steel or Bondstrand : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel Only. giving off hydrogen gas which is highly flammable.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : 110C/ 230 F : -76C/ -105 F :1. toxic and irritating vapors are generated when heated. Electrical Group : B(based upon possible hydrogen gas(H2) generation should a leak occur) General: Hydrochloric acid will not burn. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 376/858쪽 . If hydrogen is trapped in confined spaces.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating : Chlorohydric acid.

fire parties must wear respiratory protection in order to avoid breathing acid vapor full protective clothing must also be worn. oxygen.remove victim to fresh air. Tank Cleaning Cold wash Fresh water rinse PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.(F) : " Extinguishing Agents : " Special fire Procedures : Acid tanks exposed to a fire should be closed by a water spray. Operational Problems / Hazards Highly corrosive liquid and vapor Personnel Protection Chemical suit. scoop up slurry. if possible.H. remarks: PEL and TLV based hydrogen chloride gas. cover the contaminated surface and spill with sodium biscaronate or a soda ash. administered by trained personnel. Breathing apparatus available Restrict personnel on deck. breathing the vapors will cause severe coughing and watering of the eyes. iron and aluminum are corroded readily. Version/01 Flash Point (F) : Non. skin or eye contact-remove contaminated clothing and gently flush affected areas with water for 15 min.Gon. The skin may tingle or burn. Exposure Procedure : Vapor. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.flammable Flammable Limits : " Auto igniting Temp. Symptoms: Where touched by liquid. slaked lime mixture(50-50). Get medical advice or attention. Liquid severely irritating to skin and eyes. Mix and add water if necessary to form a slurry. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 377/858쪽 . causing the evolution of hydrogen gas. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating Odor Threshold(ppm) PEL/TWA(ppm) TLV/TWA(ppm) : 3.2 : 1~5 : 5* : 5* General : Inhalation of gas results primarily in irritation of upper respiratory passages. self contained breathing apparatus.3. Have body shield available. protective clothing. secure ignition sources. Short Exposure Tolerance: Inhalation of 1500 ppm in air are fatal in a few minutes. Cargo : Group 1 of compatibility chart. Compatibility: Material: corrodes many metals.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. rubber gloves and goggles.. is often helpful. Reactivity Data Stability: Reacts with bases( caustic) to generated heat.Kim. wash site with soda ash solution. apply artificial respiration. if breathing stops.

move containers from spill area. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. etc. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 378/858쪽 . Small Dry spills.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. oil. Some of these materials may ignite combustibles (wood. dry Container and cover loosely.) EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. may be harmful. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn. but none of them ignites readily. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay upwind. paper. Flammable/poisonous gases may accumulate in tanks and hopper cars. In case of contact with material. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. keep out of low areas. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. With clean shovel place material into clean. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. keep victim under observation. give oxygen. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Stay away from ends of tanks.H.. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. If water pollution occurs.Gon.Kim. Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. give artificial respiration. Effect may be delayed. notify the appropriate authorities. if not breathing. Educt and mop dry Version/01 HEALTH HAZARDS Contact cause burns to skin and eyes If inhaled. if breathing is difficult.

H.flammable. gloves and goggles.see USCG compatibility chart. ) Tank Coating recommended : Flourhydric Acid : 1790 : TBA : HF : 129 : Inorganic Acid.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Gon.Kim.12 to 1. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Reg. 0.. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 379/858쪽 . Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV TBA ppm Flash point : Non-flammable Draeger Tube No. Personnel Protection. : Stainless steel. Chemical suit.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Breathing apparatus available Restrict personnel on deck. : Boiling Point : * 79C Explosive Range : Non flammable Freeze Point : * 42C Autoignition Point : Non flammable Operational Problems/Hazardous Highly corrosive liquid and vapor Vent line desiccators may be required. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel only.26 : Approx. Non. but may give off hydrogen gas in contact with some metals. Version/01 HYDROFLUORIC ACID Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : 1. : Clear. colorless fuming liquid pungent irritating odor.0006 : Dependent on concentration : “ : Various :1 : Highly reactive . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Average Expected Load Temp.

Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.Kim. give oxygen. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Some of these materials may burn. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO Complete Cold wash. Skin contact poisonous Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. oil. etc. Large Fires: Water spray . Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills.fog or regular foam.H. papor. SPILL OR LEAK Do not touch or walk through spilled material. isolate hazard area and deny entry. if not breathing Give artificial respiration. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co water spray or regular foam.) EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. immediately flush skin or eyes with running water for at least 15 minutes. It may provide little or no thermal protection Structural Firefighters’ protective clothing is not effective for these materials CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Stay upwind. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Version/01 B Vapor Return System Reg.Gon. dike liquid spill for later disposal. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 380/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Stay away from ends of tanks. Tank must be dry HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if inhaled or swallowed. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. FIRE Some of these materials may react violently with water. keep victim under observation. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature effect may be delayed. Some of these materials may ignite combustibles (wood. Especially if there is no local hazardous materials team available. but none of them ignites readily. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Fully-encapsulating. Use water spray to reduce vapor Small dry spills. vapor-protective clothing should be worn for spills and leaks with no fire. Fresh water rinse Educt and mop. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural protective clothing which is specifically recommended by the shipper or manufacturer may be worn. In case of contact with material. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause water pollution. if breathing is difficult.

Version/01 2.vapor highly toxic-Avoid all contact Vent line desiccators may be required . Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV TBA ppm Flash point : + 93 C Draeger Tube No.H. : YES(Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge YES Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel. Personnel Protection.Reg. gloves and goggles Breathing apparatus for topping off and P/R work..Gon. Check protection Suit compatible with Product PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.11 @15. Average Expected Load Temp.HYDROXY ETHYL ACRYLAE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. ) Tank Coating recommended : HEA : TBA :2 : Complex : 14 : Acrylates : Light yellow to water white.however can still polymerize under influence of light Liquid corrosive to tissues . light and other contaminants.check locally. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : Boiling Point : 76 C Explosive Range : % to % Freeze Point : -60C Autoignition Point : TBA C Operational Problems/Hazardous Always shipped with an inhibitor.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 381/858쪽 .Kim. Chemical suit. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. : Very clean very dry ship lines to stainless steel poison bank/deck tanks.56C : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 14 : Can polymerize in contact with air. : 1.

: Possible Retain on board. and using Stolt X. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Cold pre-wash ( 2 hour) Hot wash with chemical injection .. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. well diluted Discharge on passage according to control regulations.Kim. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 382/858쪽 . chlorinated solvent recirculation. Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization. Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Version/01 B Vapor Return System Reg. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. as such same must always be avoided.H. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. Tank and lines must be absolutely clean and dry. Ventilate to gas and odor free.Gon.5 ft. Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. Educt and mop dry. half hour drops Fresh water rinse or thorough steam. Reference note 15.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. A functional monomer for the manufacture of thermosetting acrylic resins. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach).

Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel. Chemical protective clothing. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. : Complex.70C Autoignition Point : 379C Operational Problems/Hazardous Moderate fire hazard Avoid exposure of skin or eyes to liquid Personnel Protection.0% to 7.00096 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 34 : Dangerous reaction with oxidizing agents and concentrated Nitric acid.5% Freeze Point : . ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : 10 ppm TLV 100 ppm Flash point : 25 C Draeger Tube No.Gon.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 383/858쪽 . Polyurethane. gloves and goggles Breathing apparatus. Pear Oil : 1104 : TBA : CH3 COOCH2 CH2 CH(CH3)2 : 15 : Ester( Aliphatic) : Colorless liquid with a Banana or pear -like odor. Average Expected Load Temp. : CH 202 Ethyl Acetate 200/a Boiling Point : 142C Explosive Range : 1. Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Bondstrand or ship’s lines. : 0. zinc not recommended.Kim..Reg.876 @ 15. Epoxy.56C : 0.H. Version/01 ISO AMYL ACETATE : Banana Oil.

Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane.Gon. Large Fires: Water spray . Container may explode violently in heat of fire. give oxygen. Vapor Return System Reg. For massive fire in cargo area. In case of contact with material . Stay upwind. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stay away from ends of tanks. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slightly Cold salt water wash. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Ventilate to gas and odor free. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. if breathing is difficult. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. isolate hazard area and deny entry. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 384/858쪽 . outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Ensure all residues removed and pump and line thoroughly flushed. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Version/01 Keep unnecessary people away. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles..fog or alcohol-resistant foam. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.H. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. if not breathing.Kim. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. If water pollution occurs. give artificial respiration.. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Wash skin with soap and water. if this is impossible. Water spray may reduce vapor. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam.) FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Educt and mop ( NOTE : Steaming may be required to remove odor. no flares. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. notify the appropriate authorities.

Protective clothing . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. Vapor can cause dermatitis .) Correction factor : 0.Reg. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Gon. Personnel Protection. However.H. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 385/858쪽 . : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 20 Reactivity : Dangerous with oxides. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.00076 Carriage : Ambient Disch . Version/01 ISO BUTANOL Synonyms Iso Butyl Alcohol. 2. acids halogens and phosphorus. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV 50 ppm Flash point : 25 C Draeger Tube No. Iso-Propylcarbinol : 1212 :3 : (CH3)2 CH: CH2 OH : 27 : Hydrocarbon ( Unsaturated. particularly on fingers and nails. ) : Purge NO Blanket : Possible Tank Coating recommended : Any coating . Handling : Portable deck lines to droplines or ship’s lines to deck/ poison tanks.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.C IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.7% to 11 % Freeze Point : -107C Autoignition Point : 427C Operational Problems/Hazardous Liquid on skin causes defatting and is irritating in eyes. Desiccators may be required in event lines.Methyl propanol-1. gloves and goggles. aliphatic) : Clear and colorless with a sweet odor. : 0. : Ambient Average Expected Load Temp.. : NO Retain on board until next passage Discharge to sea according to regulations. 1-Hydroymethyl propane. Epoxy Zinc and polyurethane coatings require 24 hours ventilation after discharge/ cleaning. : CH 297 Alcohol 100/a Boiling Point : 108 C Explosive Range : 1.8058@ 15. subject to coating guides.Kim.

Stay away from ends of tanks. Version/01 Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Hot salt water wash. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Exxon does not accept MS tanks . Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. at ambient temperature..Gon. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. withdraw from area and let fire burn. For massive fire in cargo area. if this is impossible. line system. no flares. but soften with adjacent heat . Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite.others do. isolate hazard area and deny entry. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Stay upwind. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. pump.K. Ventilate to gas/ odor free Drying oil : NO Thoroughly steam out tank and lines ( to neutralize chlorides) Fresh water rinse Educt and mop dry. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.Kim. notify the appropriate authorities. 64/66. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. MS. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.coating is O. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Evaporating residues is not sufficient to clean tank. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. If water pollution occurs.H. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.avoid .good cargo. Water spray may reduce vapor. Large Fires: Water spray . 5 ft half-hour drops. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 386/858쪽 . The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Cleaning code 2.

Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Kim. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. give artificial respiration.56C : 0. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H. Wash skin with soap and water.Gon. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel or polyurethane Limitations on zinc and Epoxy. Moderate toxic.. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Susceptible to moisture May require vent line desiccator.99 C : 423 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Fire risk. Average Expected Load Temp. give oxygen. : 1213 :3 : C4 H9 OOCCH3 : 33 : Aliphatic Ester : Colorless liquid with a Fruit like odor. Beta methyl propylenethanoate.. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : Acetic acid Isobutyl Ester. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 387/858쪽 . : 0. Personnel Protection. Boiler suit and gloves.0% to 15% : .8685@ 15.00103 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 34 Dangerous reactions possible with oxidizing agents and concentrated nitric acid. if breathing is difficult. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. if not breathing. : Compoflex and ship’s lines. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : ppm TLV 150 ppm : 18 C : CH 202 Ethyl Acetate 200/a : 116C : 2. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.Reg. Version/01 Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. In case of contact with material . HEPTENE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .

outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. line system. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. If water pollution occurs. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Educt and mop dry 64/66 /Heat . SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. Large Fires: Water spray . Water spray may reduce vapor. Stay away from ends of tanks. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. No other problems. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk.Gon. withdraw from area and let fire burn. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.There must be no heat adjacent if this coating in use. For massive fire in cargo area. isolate hazard area and deny entry. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. if not breathing. Stay upwind. give artificial respiration. if breathing is difficult. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 388/858쪽 . Cleaning code 2. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Version/01 (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight Gas free or inert or cold SW wash to disperse residues Hot wash ( Check LEL) Fresh water rinse. Ventilate /dry tank for 24 hours after discharge. no flares. notify the appropriate authorities. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.Kim.H. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. if this is impossible.. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. pump.

Personnel Protection. Wash skin with soap and water. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 389/858쪽 .H.Methylpropyl Acrylate : 2527 :2 : (CH3)2 CHCH OOCCH : CH2 : 14 : Ester ( Acrylate) : Clear colorless liquid with sweet pungent odor. Version/01 give oxygen. : 0. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. ISO BUTYL ACRYLATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.8% to 8. Chemical protective clothing. In case of contact with material ..Gon.61C Autoignition Point : 340C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product highly flammable Liquid and vapor harmful. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV 10 ppm Flash point : 30 C Draeger Tube No.Kim. Keep away from adjacent heat. : YES(Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel. : Boiling Point : 85 C . particularly to eyes and membranes . as inhibitor may degrade May polymerize in contact with excessive heat or moisture Nitrogen blanket and/or vent line desiccator required Clear lines with Nitrogen Use “ Closed” ullaging system.0 % Freeze Point : . Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. gloves Breathing Apparatus Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operations.00094 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 14 Will react with acids and oxides.8824@15. May react with water and heat Check other cargo.100C Explosive Range : 1. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Average Expected Load Temp.Reg. : Compoflex or ship’s lines to center/ deck tanks. ) Tank Coating recommended : 2. goggles. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : B PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.56C : 0. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.

. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Stay away from ends of PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. notify the appropriate authorities. Hot salt water wash. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.5 hours. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Check LEL Ventilation to gas/ odor free Extensive ventilation may be required as odor is persistent Steam tank and lines Ventilate Educt and mop dry.Kim. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Heat applied directly or indirectly on these products can cause polymerization. Reference note 15. Version/01 Vapor Return System Reg. as such same must always be avoided. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. disperse residues and inhibitor. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO Slight Cold sea water pre-wash to flush system. and using Stolt X. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution .H. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach). These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. There are several ways to increase permanganate time. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 390/858쪽 . Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. chlorinated solvent recirculation. : YES Discharge to sea according to regulations. minimum 2. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. grease free and coating in good condition Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. keep out of low areas. If water pollution occurs.Gon. Tank must be dry.

if difficult. For massive fire in cargo area. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. give artificial respiration.Gon. if not breathing. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. Wash skin with soap and water. no flares. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.Kim.H.. breathing is PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Version/01 tanks. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 391/858쪽 . Water spray may reduce vapor. if this is impossible. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. give oxygen In case of contact with material . FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.

: Colorless Amine odor. Highly toxic and irritant to skin and harmful to eyes. Normally to center or deck tanks.84C Autoignition Point : N/A 378 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Dangerous fire risk.Gon. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg. Average Expected Load Temp. ) Tank Coating recommended : : 1214 :2 : (CH3)2 CHCH2 NH2 : : Amines.Reg. Strongly caustic. Version/01 ISO BUTYL AMINE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Breathing apparatus Gloves Secure accommodation and recirculate air during all operation. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial Gas free or inert prior to washing.Kim. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : Possible : Normally Stainless steel. : 0.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Chemical protective clothing. : Compoflex and ship’s lines.7377@ 15. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Personnel Protection..) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : 67184 Triethyllamine 5/a Boiling Point : 66C Explosive Range : % to % Freeze Point : .H.C : 0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 392/858쪽 . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV ppm Flash point : -9 C Draeger Tube No. : NO Discharge to sea on passage according to regulations.00094 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient :7 : May reacts with acids and alkalis check other cargo. Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.

give oxygen. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Water spray may reduce vapor. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 393/858쪽 . Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.W rinse Educt and mop. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Stay away from ends of tanks. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal.H. if not breathing. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.to prevent vacuum forming. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. Co2. Stay upwind. In case of contact with material .Gon. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.Kim. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical. give artificial respiration. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if swallowed. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. if breathing is difficult. keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Version/01 NOTE: Amines absorb water rapidly and care should be taken to allow tank to “breath” while washing . Alternatively cold sea water wash tank to disperse residues Ventilate to as and odor free Warm sea water wash ( Minimum 3 hours) Ventilate.fog or regular foam. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. F. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. May be Poisonous if inhaled.. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. notify the appropriate authorities. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. no flares. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Large Fires: Water spray . water spray or regular foam. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. If water pollution occurs.

. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Possible Blanket : YES : Stainless Steel Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : ppm TLV TBA ppm Flash point : .. can also polymerize in contact with concentrated inorganic acids and alkalis.Butterworth tank immediately after discharge. highly flammable liquid with a pungent odour. Avoid all contact. and irritant to skin and eyes .40 C Draeger Tube No. or shore lines to deck tank manifolds.Product must be carried under nitro pos.. 2. Chemical protective clothing. Average Expected Load Temp. Educt and mop dry Cleaning .Methyl propanol : 2045 :3 : (CH3)2 CHCHO : : Aldehyde : A transparent. : 0. Personnel protection. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. Breathing apparatus. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.66C Autoignition Point : 254 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Stow away from heated cargo.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Highly toxic. Version/01 ISO BUTYRALDEHYDE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : C Vapor Return System Reg. pressure. Handling . ) Tank Coating recommended : Iso butyl Aldehyde. : Boiling Point : 65 C Explosive Range : % to % Freeze Point : . : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations. No problems ever reported. Use “Closed” loading system for ullaging.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : Compoflex hoses . DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 394/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.7945@ 20C : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 19 Forms isobutric acid in contact with air.Reg.Gon. colorless..H.Kim. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Gas free or inert or cold SW wash to disperse residues Hot wash ( Check LEL) Fresh water rinse.

H. Version/01 Cleaning code 2. if breathing is difficult. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. For massive fire in cargo area. pump. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Wash skin with soap and water. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. line system. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. no flares. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. notify the appropriate authorities. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. In case of contact with material .Kim. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. give artificial respiration. Stay away from ends of tanks. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. IDA. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. isolate hazard area and deny entry. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 395/858쪽 . The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Water spray may reduce vapor.. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Stay upwind. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. ISO DECANOL Synonyms : Iso Decyl Alcohol.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. if not breathing. give oxygen. Large Fires: Water spray . SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. if this is impossible.Gon. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. If water pollution occurs.

. : Portable lines to manifold or droplines.Reg. Boiler suit and gloves.76 C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Practically non-toxic. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless Steel or polyurethane.Gon.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . : NO Discharge on passage to sea according to regulations. Average Expected Load Temp. IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 36 C Draeger Tube No. : 0. normal working . half hour drops Ventilate to gas/ odor free Fresh water rinse or steam Educt and mop dry Tank must be dry (C10) Color . : 6730202 Petroleum Hydrocarbon 5 Boiling Point : 220 C Explosive Range : Freeze Point : .product discolor Use a good coated tank PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. zinc and Epoxy. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.5 ft.84 @ 15C Version/01 : 0. ) Tank Coating recommended : TBA :3 : C10 H21 OH : 59 : Alcohol : A Colorless liquid with a characteristic odor. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : TBA NO Warm sea water with chemical injection . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.Kim.H.00072 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 20 : Basically stable. although avoid contact with eyes Possible electrostatic generation.. gear goggles. therefore lines should be blown with Nitrogen. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 396/858쪽 . Personnel Protection. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Possible reaction with oxidizing agents.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 397/858쪽 .Gon. HEAT ADJ : Try in every avoid heat adjacent . pump.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. line system. ISODECYL METHACRYLATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula : : TBA : “ : (CH2) (CH3) C: COOC10 H21 PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank.Kim. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.. Good cargo no problems.H. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Version/01 Cleaning code 2.

- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. ICS Guide Page No. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.Reg.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Average Expected Load Temp. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point

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: : : A light yellow to brown clear liquid with a very light acidic odor. : 0.878@ C : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : Reacts with Oxidizing and reducing agents otherwise basically stable. : Portable lines to deck tank manifolds. : YES(Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless Steel at present . More information requested.

Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 125 C : : 126C : Slight % to % : - 42C : C

Operational Problems/Hazardous Polymerization can occur when elevated temps, therefore stow away from heated cargo. Tanks must be dry and moisture free. May be loaded through a drier and also may require a vent line dessicator, check locally, slight toxic and irritating effects of vapor and liquid. Personnel Protection; Boiler suit and gloves, goggles Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating :

TBA

Vapor Return System Reg. : YES Retain slops on board well diluted. Discharge on passage according to regulations. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : very Slight Cold SW wash to remove residues (1.5 hrs), Hot wash with chemical injection (.5 hrs 5ft drops) Fresh water rinse or steam, Ventilate to gas and odor free Educt and mop dry. Tank must be completely dry.

ISO DODECANE
Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Family : Penta Methyl Heptone : 2286 : : : : Hydrocarbon (Synthetic)

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: TBA : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 31 : May react with acids . Check other cargo. : Portable lines to droplines . Lines must be dry. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Any Coatings.

Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : Flash point : 44 C Draeger Tube No. : Boiling Point : 175C Explosive Range : 0.6% to 5% Freeze Point : - 70C Autoignition Point : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Product is flammable. Product generally non-hazardous, although liquid and vapor may cause irritation, particularly to the eyes. Tanks and line must be dry. Vent line desiccator may be requested. Personnel Protection; Boiler suit and gloves, goggles Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating :

TBA

Vapor Return System Reg. : NO Discharge on passage according to regulations. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Partial. Gas free or inert tank Hot sea water wash ( Minimum 2 hours) check L.E.L Ventilate to gas/ odor free. Thoroughly steam tank and line Ventilate Educt and mop Tank to be dry USCG : Stow as dodecane Handling : This is a very clean product Needing good tanks and clean/dry and lines. Drying oil : NO

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Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (E)Warm water followed by hot water. For vegetable oil cargoes, warm water if defined as the maximum discharge temperature.
FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind, keep out of low areas, and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if breathing is difficult, give oxygen In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

iso-OCTYL ALCOHOL
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Alcohol C-8, diethyl-1-hexanol; Isooctanol; Isooctyl alcohol; 6-methyl-1-heptanol; octanal; iso-octanol; oxooctyl alcohol. : : IOA 7 5 2 : C H CH OH : Clear liquid, mild odor. : 171C/ 339 F

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank Coating Draeger Tube No. Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-E Electrical Group General Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : -105C/ -157 : 0.83 : Alcohol : 3.06 : :C : 0.02 : D,O : 0.03 : Negligible : 4.5 : Load through portable lines and droplines. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Any coatings : CH297

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: Combustible liquid :D : Moderate fire hazard if exposed to heat or flame. : 180 : 0.9~ 5.7% : 530 : Confined area- Co2, dry chemical, Open- foam. : Use water to cool fire exposed tanks.

Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 0,0,1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) : 50/skin TLV/TWA(ppm) : 50/skin General : Low toxicity; irritation of skin and mucous membranes. Symptoms : Irritates skin and eyes. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air. Skin or eye contact- remove contaminated clothing and gently flushed affected areas with water for 15 minutes. Get medical advice or attention. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : Usual materials of construction are suitable. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. See also Appendix 1-Exceptions to the chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, face shield, protective clothing. Have all purpose canister mask available. avoid contact with liquid. secure ignition sources. Operational problems/ Hazards Portable lines should be flushed out as soon as possible.

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Personnel Protection Boiler suit, gloves and goggles Breathing apparatus standby Tank Cleaning Cold salt water wash for 2 hours ( or inert ) gas free Hot salt water wash - 5 ft. half hour drops Ventilate to gas free Steam tank line and pump Educt and mop

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ISOPHORONE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) : Isoacetophenone; 3,5,5-trimethyl-2-cyclohexene-1-one : : IPH 3 2 3 2 2 : C(O)CHC(CH )CH C(CH ) CH : Water white liquid; peppermint odor. : 215C/ 419 F : -8C/ 17 F : 0.93 : Ketone : 0.3

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:D :D : Low :D : Low : Slight : 4.75 : Load via portable lines to droplines, or ship’s lines to poison tanks. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel, polyurethane, Zinc, or Epoxy subject to limitations. : CH229 Acetone 100/b

: Combustible liquid :D : Moderate fire hazard when exposed to heat or flame. : 184 : 0.84~3.8 % : 860 : Water spray, carbon dioxide, dry chemical or foam. : Use water spray to disperse vapors, water may be used to flush spills.

Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 2,2,0 Odor Threshold(ppm) : Unavailable PEL/TWA(ppm) :4 TLV/TWA(ppm) :5 General : Highly toxic, strong irritation to skin and eyes. Symptoms : Eye, nose, and throat irritation, narcosis. Short Exposure Tolerance: 25 ppm is an irritant most humans. Animal tests resulted in eye injury and slight skin irritation after 24 hours; inhalation killed 1 of 6 animals in 8 hours. Exposure Procedure : Remove victim to fresh air and use oxygen. flush eyes for 15 min. with water wash off skin. Get medical help. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : steel is satisfactory. Cargo : Group 18 of compatibility chart. See also appendix 1- exception to the chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, face shield, and protective clothing. Secure ignition sources. have all purpose canister mask available. Keep unprotected personnel upwind. flush spill with water. Operational Problems/ Hazards The odor is first detectable at 21.5 ppm , but most subjects will cease to be aware of the odor at 25 ppm after continued exposure. Adequate warning is therefore NOT GIVEN before harmful concentrations are reached. Liquid and vapor will irritate both skin and eyes Inhalation of vapor will have a narcotic effect

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Considered one of the most toxic of the Ketone family. Personnel Protection Chemical protection suit, gloves and Breathing apparatus. Tank Cleaning Ventilate to gas free, or wash/ inert Hot sea water wash, 5 ft. half drops Steam out tanks , lines and pumps. Ventilate to gas and odor free Educt and mop Vapor Return system : Possible M. Steel : A perfect tanks should be used. Handling : Nitrogen blanket should be applied to all tanks This is Ketone is not a compliance cargo.

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Cleaning code 2. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank, pump, line system. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water.

ISOPAR M SOLVENT C,E,G,H,K,L,M
SECTION 1. Product Identification & Emergency Information Product Name : ISOPAR M SOLVENT Chemical Name : Not Applicable: Blend CAS 64742-47-8 Chemical Family : Synthetic Isoparaffinic Hydrocarbon Product Description : Clear colorless liquid Emergency Telephone Number : EXXON CHEMIAL America 800-726-2015 CHEMTREC 800-424-9300 Section 2. Hazardous ingredient Information This Product is hazardous as defined in 29 CFR1910.1200 OSHA HAZARD Combustible for additional information see Section 3.

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Section 3 Health Information & Protection Eye Contact : Slight irritating but does not injure eye tissue. Skin Contact : Frequently or prolonged contact may irritate and cause dermatitis. Low odder of toxicity. skin contact may aggravate an existing dermatitis condition.

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Inhalation: High vapor/aerosol concentrations (greater than approximately 700ppm. attainable at elevated temperatures well above ambient) are irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract. and may cause headaches, dizziness, anesthesia, drowsiness, unconsciousness, and other central nervous system effects, including death. Ingestion : Small amounts of the liquid aspirated into the respiratory system during ingestion, or from vomiting, may cause bronchopneumonia or pulmonary edema. Minimal toxicity. First aid Eye Contact: 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. Inhalation: 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. Ingestion: If swallowed, Do Not induce vomiting. Keep at rest. Get prompt medical attention. workplace exposure limits EXXON RECOMMENDS THE FOLLOWING OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE LIMITS: 300ppm total hydrocarbon based on composition. Precautions Special Precautions: Health studies have shown that many petroleum 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 contact may occur., wear safety glasses with side shields. where contact concentrations in air may exceed the limits given in this Section and engineering, work practice or other means of exposure reduction are not adequate, NIOSH/MSHA approved respirators may be necessary to prevent overexposure by inhalation. Ventilation: The use of mechanical dilution ventilation is recommended whenever this product is used in a confined space, is heated above ambient temperatures. Section 4 Fire & Explosion Hazard Flash point Flammable Limit Auto ignition Temperature

: 177 deg F. Method :PMCC Note : Minimum. : LEL: 1.3 UEL : 8.8 Note : Approximate. : 640 degF. Note : "

General Hazard: Combustible Liquid, can foam combustible mixture at temperatures at or above the flash point. static discharge, material can accumulate static charge which can cause an incendiary electrical discharge. "Empty" containers retain product residue (Liquid and/or vapor) and can be dangerous. Do NOT Pressurize, Cut,

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WELD, Braze, Solder, Drill, Grind, or Expose such containers to HEAT, Flame, Sparks, Static Electricity, or Other sources of Ignition; they may Explode and cause injury or death. Empty drums should be completely drained, properly bunged and promptly returned to a drum reconditioned, or properly disposed of. Fire Fighting: 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 igniting sources where they may ignite or explode. Section 5 Spill control Procedure land spill: Eliminate sources of ignition. prevent additional discharge of material, if possible to do so without hazard. for small spills implement cleanup procedures; for large spills implement cleanup procedures and, if in public area, keep public away and advise authorities. Also, if this product is subject to CERCLA reporting(see Section 7) notify the national response center. Prevent liquid from entering sewers, watercourses, or low areas. contain spilled liquid with sand or earth. Recover by pumping or with a suitable absorbent. Consult an expert on disposal of recovered material and ensure conformity to local disposal regulations. Water spill: Eliminate sources of ignition. Warm occupants and shipping in surrounding and downwind areas of fire and explosion hazard and request all to stay clear. Remove from surface by skimming or with suitable adsorbents. if allowed suitable dispersants may be used in non-confined waters. Consult an expert on disposal of recovered material and ensure conformity to local disposal regulations. Section 6 Notes Notes: 1. CEFIC TREMCARD Number : Tech (R) 26 - applies if name is changed. this product has been evaluated by EXXON chemical and determined to meet the low vapor pressure (LVP) exemption set by the California Air Resources Board for volatile organic compounds in consumer products 2. (California code of Regulations, Title 17, Article 2. Section 94510). Hazard Rating Systems: This information is for people trained in : National paint & coatings Association's (NPCA) Hazardous Materials Identification System(HMIS) National fire protection Association (NFPA 704) Identification of the fire Hazards of Materials NPCA-HMIS NFPA 704 KEY Health 1 1 4= severe Flammability 2 2 3= Serious 1= Slight Reactivity 0 0 2= Moderate 0= Minimum. Section 7 Regulatory Information Department of transportation(DOT): DOT Shipping description: petroleum distillate, N.O.S Combustible Liquid. UN 1268, III DOT Hazard Class : Not regulated. DOT Identification Number : Not applicable. Flash Point : 177 Deg F. Method : PMCC Note : minimum. TSCA: This product is listed on the TSCA inventory at CAS Registered Number 64742-47-8 CERCLA:

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If this product is accidentally spilled, it is not subject to any special reporting under the requirements of the comprehensive Environmental response, compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), We recommended you contact local authorities to determine if there may be other local reporting requirements. SARA TITLE III: under the provisions of title III, Section 311/312 of the superfund Amendments and reuthorization Act, this product is classified into the following hazard categories: fire. This Information may be subject to the provisions of the community right-to know Reporting Requirement (40 CFR 370) if threshold quantity criteria are met. Section 8 Typical Physical & Chemical Properties. : 0.79 at 60 : Less the 0.1 @68 : Less than 0.01 at 77 : 3 at 77 approximate. : 5.90 : Less than –76 : Less than 0.0 : 421 to 484

Specific Gravity Vapor Pressure, mmHg at F Solubility in water, WT. % At F Viscosity of Liquid, CST at F SP. GRAV. of Vapor, at 1 atm (Air=1) Freezing/Melting Point, F Evaporation Rate, n-Bu Acetate = 1 Boiling point, F Section 9 Reactivity Data Stability Hazardous polymerization Conditions to avoid instability Materials and conditions to avid incompatibility Hazardous Decomposition Products Section 10 Storage and Handling Electrostatic accumulation Hazard Storage Temperature, F Loading/Unloading Temp., CST

: Stable : will not occur. : not applicable : Strong oxidizing agents. : None.

: Yes, use proper grounding procedure. : Ambient : Ambient

Storage/ transport Pressure, mmHg : Atmospheric. Visc. at loading/unloading Temp., CST :7 USCG : These odorless solvents( Thinners) should be stowed as mineral spirits. M.Steel : Exxon is reluctant to stow in M.S even if tank and clean lines is all that is needed. Operational Problems/ Hazards Tanks should be vented for 24 hours after discharge as product softens coatings Due to extraordinary purity of these products tanks will have to be salts clean and dry Previous cargoes of salts, alcohols, ketonnes, acetates, and lub. additives may cause tanks to be failed. Previous cargoes of paraffins preferred. Tank Cleaning : Cold sea water wash to remove residues (1.5 hours ) Hot sea water wash with chemical injection , 5 ft half hour drops Fresh water rinse or steam Ventilate Educt and mop dry Tank Coating Stainless Steel, Epoxy, polyurethane, Zinc Silicate.

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ISOPAR C G H K L M Cosmetic

SG 0.696 0.72 0.75 0.76 0.76 0.78 0.76

B.PT/F 217 240 320 365 380 400 350

F.PT/F 40 45 105 126 144 175 144

Heat/F 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i.e. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water.

ISOPRENE
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) : Beta-methylbivinyl; 2-methyl-1,3-butadiene 3-methyl-1,3-butadiene : 1218 : IPR 2 3 2 : CH = C(CH )CH=CH : Colorless liquid; mild aromatic odor. : 34C/ 93 F : -146C/ 231 F : 0.69 : Olefins :* :B :C : 15.0 :O : 23.0 : Insoluble : 2.35

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: Portable lines to manifold or drop lines : YES : Purge : Usually Blanket : Usually : Stainless steel, Polyurethane, Epoxy and Zinc silicate with restrictions.

Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-A : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General : In a fire, polymerization may occur and violently rupture the container. it is recommended that isoprene be stored under an inert atmosphere(preferably nitrogen) with at least 50 ppm ter-butylcatechol present as an inhibitor. Keep away from sparks, heat or open flame. Flash Point (F) Flammable Limits Auto igniting Temp.(F) Extinguishing Agents Special fire Procedures : -65 : 2.0~ 9.0% : 428 : Carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam. : Cool exposed tanks with spray.

Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1,1,1 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 0.005 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable General : Isoprene is an irritant to mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, and upper respiratory passages. Symptoms: Vapor- eye and upper respiratory tract irritant. Liquid may irritate eyes. Short Exposure Tolerance: No data on human exposure are available but concentrations of 5% in air are fatal to mice. Exposure Procedure : Remove to fresh air . in case of contact with liquid immediately flush skin or eyes with water for at least 15 min. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes at once. call a physician. Reactivity Data Stability: Readily oxidized, polymerized. should be inhibited to prevent polymerization. Compatibility: Material : may soften some types of rubber or paint. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, face shield, protective clothing. Have all purpose canister mask available. Avoid contact with liquid. secure ignition sources. Do not flush spill into confined spaces where flammable vapors can accumulate. remarks: Vapor pressure: 400 mmHg at 15 C.

Operational Problems/ Hazards Polymerizes readily unless inhibited. Can have serious explosion hazard if in contact with source of ignition in enclosed space. Due low B.P stow away from heat. Max. temp. +15C May require cargo cooling for carriage (10N 15C) Liquid and vapor have moderate irritation and narcotic effect therefore avoid contact.

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- Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Kim.H.Gon. Major hazards - Fire. Personnel Protection Boiler suit, normal working gear Tank cleaning Cold salt water wash to remove residues (1.5 hors) Hot sea water wash with chemical injection , 5 ft half hour drops. Ventilate, Educt and mop Tank must be dry and grease free USCG/IMO- Product mild properly inhibited and cool down to a safe level -50 is safe. Carried with no problem reported.

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Cleaning code 4 Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only partially water soluble. These products are either inhibited against self-reaction or are of the phenol or cresol families. These products present a cleaning in that they adversely affected the potassium permanganate time test. There are several ways to increase permanganate time; these include the use of an oxidizer (bleach), chlorinated solvent recirculation, and using Stolt X. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo.

FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material; may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors, outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind, keep out of low areas, and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. If water pollution occurs, notify the appropriate authorities. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.

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Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Stay away from ends of tanks. For massive fire in cargo area, use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles; if this is impossible, withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources; no flares, smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. Water spray may reduce vapor; but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care; if not breathing, give artificial respiration; if difficult, give oxygen In case of contact with material , immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. Wash skin with soap and water. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.

breathing is

iso-PROPYL ALCOHOL
Synonyms UN. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen Tank coating Alcohol C-3;dimethyl carbinol; IPA; iospropanol;iospropyl alcohol; Petrohol; 2-propanol; sec-propyl alcohol; rubbing alcohol. : 1219 : IPA 3 2 : (CH ) CHOH : Colorless liquid; Sharp, Somewhat unpleasant odor. : 82C/182F : -88C/ -126 F : 0.79 : Alcohol : 33 : : III : 1.4 :D : 3.0 : Complete : 2.07 : Load via portable lines to droplines Bondstrand Not Suitable. : NO : Purge : NO Blanket : NO : Any, but restrictions on Epoxy and polyurethane.

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Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-C : Flammable liquid Electrical Group :D General : Dangerous. Keep away from heat and open flame. flashback along vapor trail may occur. vapor may explode if ignited in an enclosed area. Flash Point (F) : 53 Flammable Limits : 2.0~ 12.0% Auto igniting Temp.(F) : 750 Extinguishing Agents : CO2, Dry chemical, Alcohol foam, water fog. Special fire Procedures : Cool tank with water spray. Water may be ineffective on fire. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1,0,2 Odor Threshold(ppm) : 200 PEL/TWA(ppm) : 400 TLV/TWA(ppm) : 400 General : Acts as a local irritant and high concentrations as a narcotic. Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause defatting of the skin and may produce dermatitis from daily contact. Severely irritating to the eyes and may cause eye injury if not removed promptly. Symptoms : Dizziness and sleepiness; eyes,nose,and throat irritation. Short Exposure Tolerance : 400 ppm for 30 minutes. Exposure Procedure : Vapor- remove victim to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if needed. Eye contact- wash eyes gently for 15 minutes with fresh water. Get medical attention for eye contact. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable. Compatibility: Material : Aluminum, especially at elevated temp. is unsuitable. Cargo : Group 20 of compatibility chart. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves, face shield, protective clothing. have all purpose canister mask available. Avoid contact with liquid. Secure ignition sources. Operational Problems / Hazards Liquid and vapor irritate skin and eyes, also corneal burns and eyes damage. Highly flammable product with high specification. Susceptible to water, grease, rust , smell, chlorides and hydrocarbons. Stow away from adjacent heat. MS- For purest (99%) grade, coated /SUS tanks 95% grades can go MS. 64/66- Coating is OK - if heat adjacent. Exxon- Tank inspection loading is the same as for Methanol. Handling - Only problems the Exxon peoples. Cleaning code 1. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible.

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Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo. Reference note 8. Cargoes belonging to the olefin, phthalate, adiptate, fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash), alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated. Nature of Hazard Eye contact : Irritating, and will injure eye tissue if not removed promptly. Skin contact : Frequent or prolonged contact may irritate and cause dermatitis. Low order of toxicity. Inhalation : Vapor concentrations above recommended exposure levels are irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract, may cause headaches and dizziness, are anesthetic and may have other central nervous system effects. Negligible hazard at ambient temperature (-18 to 38 deg. C; 0 to 100 Deg F). Ingestion : Minimal toxicity. Small amounts of the liquid aspirated into the respiratory system during ingestion, or from vomiting, may cause bronchopneumonia or pulmonary edema. First Aid Eye Contact : Immediately flush eyes with large amounted of the water for at least 15 minutes. Get prompt medical attention. Skin Contact: Immediately flush with large amounts of water; use soap if available. Remove contaminated clothing, include shoes, after flushing has begun. Inhalation: Using proper respiratory protection, immediately remove the effected victim from exposure. Administer artificial respiration if breathing is stopped. Keep at rest. Call for prompt medical attention. Ingestion: If swallowed. DO NOT induce vomiting . Keep at rest . Get prompt medical attention. Acute Toxicity Data is Available Upon Request. Workplace exposure Limits. OSHA Regulation 29CFR1910.1000 Requires the following permissible Exposure Limits: A TWA of 400ppm (980mg/M3) and a STEL of 500ppm(1225 mg/m3) for Isopropyl Alcohol. The recommended permissible exposure levels indicated above reflect the levels revised by OSHA in 1989 or in subsequent regulatory activity. Although the 1989 levels have since been vacated by the 11th circuit court of Appeals, EXXON Chemical recommended the lower exposure levels be observed as reasonable worker protection. The ACGH Recommends the following threshold Limit Values: a TWA of 400ppm (983mg/m3), and a STEL of 500ppm(1230mg/m3) for Isopropyl Alcohol. Precautions

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Personal Protection: For open systems where contact is likely, wear long sleeves, chemical resistant gloves, and chemical goggles. where contact may occur, wear safety glasses with side shields. Where concentrations in air may exceed the limits given in this section and engineering, work practice or other means of exposure reduction are not adequate, NIOSH/MSHA approved respirators may be necessary to prevent overexposure by inhalation. Ventilation: The use of machinery dilution ventilation is recommended whenever this product is used in a confined space, is heated above ambient temperatures, or is agitated. Use explosion- proof ventilation equipment. Chronic effects : In developmental toxicity studies conducted by the chemical manufacturers association, unexpected acute toxicity was found when Isoproppanol was administered to pregnant rabbits by garbage. there were no unexpected toxic effects in pregnant rats exposed in the same study. In rats there were some relatively mild developmental effects at maternally toxic levels. there was no evidence developmental toxicity in the rats at levels which did not also produce maternal toxicity. there were no indications of developmental toxicity reproduction study indicate that infant an immature rats are more sensitive than their parents to the acute oral toxicity induced by high (1000mg/kg/day) doses of Isopropanol. the effect levels for rats and rabbits were at several times the maximum exposure that would occur at the TLV. This information has been reported to the U.S. EPA under the provisions of Section 8(e) of TSCA. Chronic Toxicity Data is available Upon Request Section 4 Fire & Explosion Hazard Flash Point Flammable Limits Auto ignition Temperature

: 54 Deg F. Method : TCC : LEL : 2.0 UEL : 12.7 @ 77 Deg F. : >662 Deg F.

General Hazard: Flammable liquid, can release vapors that foam flammable mixture at temperatures at or above the flash point. "empty" containers retain product residue (liquid and or vapor) and can be dangerous. DO NOT pressurize, Cut, Weld, Braze, Solder, Drill, Grind, or Expose Such containers to Heat, Flame, sparks, static electricity, or other sources of ignition; they may explode and cause Injury or Death. Empty drums should be completely drained, properly bunged and promptly returned to a drum reconditioned, or properly disposed of. Fire fighting : Use water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces and to protect personnel. Shut off "fuel" to fire. If a leak or spill has not ignited, use water spray to disperse the vapors. Either allow fire to burn under controlled condition or extinguish with alcohol type form and dry helical. try to cover liquid spills with foam. Hazardous combustion Products: No Unusual Section 5 Spill Control Procedure Land spill: Eliminate sources of ignition. Prevent additional discharge of material, if possible to do so without hazard. for small spills implement cleanup procedures; for large spills implement cleanup procedures and, if in product is subject to CERCLA reporting (see section 7) notify the national Response center. Prevent liquid from entering sewers, watercourses, or low areas, contain spilled liquid with sand or earth. Do Not use combustible materials such as sawdust. Recover by expert on disposal of recovered material and ensure conformity to local disposal regulations.

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Average Expected Load Temp..) Correction factor Carriage Disch .Methyl Styrene. : 2303 : “ : : : Hydrocarbon (Synthetic) : : @ C : : : : : : : : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : : Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : : : C : : C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.H. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odour threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No.Reg. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point : G. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 415/858쪽 . USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. Version/01 ISOPROPENYL BENZENE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.Kim.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.

rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. notify the appropriate authorities..Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.Gon. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Boiler suit and gloves. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. For massive fire in cargo area. Steam tank. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 416/858쪽 . If water pollution occurs. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. 5 ft. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. goggles Breathing apparatus standby Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. line and pump. : NO Retain on board until on passage Discharge on passage according to regulations. SPILL OR LEAK PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Cold bottom wash to remove residues and gas free or inert. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately.Kim. Autoignition Point Operational Problems/Hazardous : C Version/01 Personnel Protection. keep out of low areas.H. half hour drop Ventilate to gas/ odor free. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Educt and mop Tank must be completely dry and grease free. Hot sea water wash. if this is impossible. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. Stay away from ends of tanks. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases.

Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.00101 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : 34 : React with oxidizing agents. acids and alkalis. if difficult. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 417/858쪽 .77 C : 460C PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Wash skin with soap and water. give oxygen In case of contact with material . Polyurethane with restrictions. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO : Stainless steel or zinc . Bondstrand Not suitable.87 @ 20 C : 0. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Version/01 Shut off ignition sources. give artificial respiration.Kim.8% to 7.. : Portable lines to droplines . breathing is ISO PROPYL ACETATE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.8 % : . Water spray may reduce vapor. : 0. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.Gon. if not breathing. Epoxy . immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Operational Problems/Hazardous : : 1220 :3 : Ch3 COOCH (CH3)2 : 179 : Ester : Colorless liquid with a pleasant and fruity odor. no flares.H. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No.Reg. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : 100 ppm TLV 200 ppm :7C : CH202 Ethyl Acetate 200/a : 88 C : 1. Average Expected Load Temp.

If water pollution occurs. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. Stay upwind. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 418/858쪽 .Gon. High specification cargo susceptible to moisture and grease. phthalate.. adiptate. Liquid and vapor irritate the eyes and skin.60F is correct. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin.H. has it at 40F 64/66 . CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Cargoes belonging to the olefin. When the subsequent cargo requires a high degree of cleanliness (wall wash). Cleaning code 1.Use Nitrogen blanket on slack loaded tanks. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.No heat adjacent. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. : NO Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : FLASH POINT . FIRE Drying oil : PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. alternative stowage should be carefully evaluated.Kim.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Some are water reactive. notify the appropriate authorities. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Handling . fatty acid and fatty alcohol categories are difficult to clean. If inhaled the vapor has narcotic effect. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Ventilate tank 48 hours after discharging soft. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo Reference note 8. Version/01 Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Stow away from adjacent heat. Personnel Protection. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors.

25/a Boiling Point : 32C Explosive Range : N/A% to % Freeze Point : . Portable lines to manifold deck tanks or poison bank.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. : CH318 Hydrazine 0. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Wash skin with soap and water. In case of contact with material .Reg. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. if this is impossible.Gon. For massive fire in cargo area. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : less 1ppm TLV 5 ppm Flash point : -20C Draeger Tube No. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 419/858쪽 . SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Water spray may reduce vapor. if breathing is difficult. Large Fires: Water spray . immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.95C Autoignition Point : 402 C Operational Problems/Hazardous Low flash cargo. if not breathing.0011 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient :7 Can react vigorously with oxidizing agents. Also mercury can have dangerous reaction. Average Expected Load Temp. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. give artificial respiration. Stay away from ends of tanks. ISO PROPYL AMINE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. no flares. : 0. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge NO Blanket : NO Stainless steel only.Kim. give oxygen. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Version/01 Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. ) Tank Coating recommended : : 2 Aminopropane : 1221 :2 : (CH3) 2CH NH2 : : Amine : A colorless volatile liquid with a ammonia like odor. Compoflex lines are suitable. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.694@ 15 C : 0.H. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .

Contact may cause burns to skin and eyes. Stay upwind. Mercury thermometers should not be used for temps. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Drying oil : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cargoes listed under this group are completely water soluble or miscible. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Version/01 C Vapor Return System Reg. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Personnel Protection.P before booking to be sure. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. 50% grade.Kim. HEALTH HAZARDS Poisonous if swallowed.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 420/858쪽 . Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Highly flammable. Lines must be blown with nitrogen. Portable lines must have electrical continuity. for vessel with deep well pumps such as our Mohn pump. Cleaning code 1. Stow away from heated cargo. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. line and pump Educt and mop Tank should be completely dry and grease free. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Slight.LPG ships needed because of too high vapor pressure. Cold sea water pre-wash Gas free or inert Hot sea water wash. Wash water temperature Code (A)Ambient temperature water or at least 10 degree C above the melting point of the cargo FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material.Gon. check B. 100% Grade . rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.H. Breathing apparatus standby and used during topping-off operation. Keep deck cool on hot days with water flushing. All of the cargoes can be cleaned using only water and all can be considered as good last cargoes. Chemical protective clothing. Product highly toxic by inhalation and ingestion.. : NO Retain on board until on passage Discharge on passage according to regulations. keep out of low areas positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. however such reaction will be of an acceptable extent and duration. half hour drops Ventilate Steam tank. Some are water reactive. This solution is O. May be Poisonous if inhaled. 5 ft.K.Boiling point .

In case of contact with material . Large Fires: Water spray .86C Autoignition Point : 443C Operational Problems/Hazardous Must be carried inhibited . Di-Isopropyl Ether. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire.E : 1159 :3 : C6 H14 O : : Aliphatic ether : A colorless mobile liquid with an etheral odor.Reg. : YES (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Possible Blanket : Possible : Stainless steel or Zinc Subject to coating compatibility Lists Consult USCG Compatibility Chart Odor threshold : 300ppm TLV 250 ppm Flash point : Below 0C Draeger Tube No. FIRE 2 Small Fires: Dry chemical. Portable stainless steel or compoflex hoses to deck tanks or Pison bank manifolds. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 421/858쪽 . Co . no flares. give artificial respiration. Stay away from ends of tanks. Version/01 CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes.4% to 21 % Freeze Point : .H. ) Tank Coating recommended : 2 Isopropxypropane. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. if breathing is difficult. Stop leak if you can do it without risk Water spray may reduce vapor. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.fog or regular foam. smoking or flames in hazard area Do not touch or walk through spilled material. water spray or regular foam. and blown with Nitrogen High grade solvent. or else forms explosive peroxides in contact with air or exposure to light Must be stowed away from heated cargo Very susceptible to static All lines must be bonded. give oxygen.I. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. : 0. if not breathing. If water pollution occurs. Average Expected Load Temp. notify the appropriate authorities. may require Methanol standards of tank cleanliness..00102 : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : TBA : Basically stable when inhibited. Moderately toxic vapor and liquid ( Avoid contact) May require vent line desiccator. : TBA Boiling Point : 65-70 C Explosive Range : 1.Kim. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care.P. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.7332 @15 C : 0.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site Keep victim quiet and maintain normal body temperature ISO PROPYL ETHER Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No.

notify the appropriate authorities. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 422/858쪽 . : NO Discharge on passage according to regulations.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. Wash in overrich or with tank inerted. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire.5 hour 5 ft. Version/01 Personnel Protection. Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Air condition on Recirculation.H. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.5 hour) Hot wash with chemical injection ( 0.. Stay upwind. isolate hazard area and deny entry.Gon. These products can be removed by water displacing the product remaining within the cargo tank. Full chemical protection and B/A. drop) Fresh water rinse or steam.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Restrict personnel on deck. The temperature may have to be adjusted to displace or evaporate any remaining product. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. line system. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Large Fires: Water spray . Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) Drying oil : NO (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : YES.Kim. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. If water pollution occurs. Cargoes listed under this group are not or are only water soluble or miscible. Cold wash to remove residues ( 1. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back.. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Wash water temperature Code (D)Ambient water followed by warm water. pump. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Ventilate to gas and odor free Educt and mop Tank to be dry Cleaning code 2. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam.

JET FUEL Synonyms : JP-1 ~ 6 A1. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles..) Correction factor : Carriage : Ambient Disch . Polyurethane Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. ) : Purge YES Blanket : NO Tank Coating recommended : Stainless Steel. Low viscosity liquid Specific Gravity : Various below 1. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. For massive fire in cargo area. In case of contact with material . Very susceptible to static generation. if not breathing. Handling : Portable lines to manifold or droplines Lines to be bonded for electrical continuity.Gon. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : Various with grades : : Various : : Various : C Operational Problems/Hazardous When carrying for military purposes. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Zinc silicate. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.0 Heating Range (Subject to Chart. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 423/858쪽 . When loading commences. if breathing is difficult. starting rate should be slow until droplines are fully covered. give artificial respiration. Personnel Protection. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk.Reg. Closed loading required. : Family : Hydrocarbon Appearance and character : Mainly water white.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Water spray may reduce vapor. withdraw from area and let fire burn. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. very extreme standard of tank and line cleanliness are liable to be encountered. no flares.B IMO No : TBA IMO TYPE :3 Formula : Various ICS Guide Page No. Wash skin with soap and water. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. Inhibitor : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg. Epoxy . Lines must be blown with Nitrogen. Stay away from ends of tanks. give oxygen.Kim. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. : Ambient Average Expected Load Temp. : Ambient USCG Compatibility chart Group No : 83 Reactivity : Basically stable. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site.H. if this is impossible. Version/01 Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk.

. Boiler suit and gloves.e. Cleaning code 3.H. goggles Breathing apparatus for topping off and P/R work Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : TBA Vapor Return System Reg.T.W products.Kim. : NO Discharge on passage according to regulations.X or similar W. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 424/858쪽 .Gon. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. JET FUEL GRADES Grade S. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. No big problems.79.8 JP4 .P Autoignition Point 35 C 228 C -23 C 242 C 35C 246 C 38C 224 C Handling .For finest grade prepare tanks as for B.G JP1 0. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : NO Ventilate to gas and odor free Cold sea water wash ( 2hour) to disperse residues Ventilate Fresh water rinse or steam Ventilate Educt and mop Very high standard of cleanliness required. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes.ditto JP5 “ JP6 “ Drying oil : NO Version/01 F.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.0. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water.

Version/01 JET FUEL ADDITIVE Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point : Trade name for Ethylene Glycol. Personnel Protection. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart.97 @ C : : Ambient : Ambient : Ambient : : : : . Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : Vapor Return System Reg.4% Glycerine.H.Kim. Average Expected Load Temp. ) Tank Coating recommended Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg..Reg. : NO PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.6% Methyl Oxitol.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. Monomethyl ether.Gon. Used as an anti-icing agent.(Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : : Stainless Steel Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 44 C : : 124C : : C : 288C Operational Problems/Hazardous See file on Ethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether for full information. : 0. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 425/858쪽 . : 1171 :3 : : : A water -white liquid containing 99.) Correction factor Carriage Disch . 0.

no flares. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin. Cleaning Guidelines ( To solvent Standard ) (A) Cleaning from Solubility in water : Drying oil : NO Version/01 Cleaning code 3. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Large Fires: Water spray .Kim. Stay away from ends of tanks. FIRE Small Fires: Dry chemical or Co2 water spray or alcohol-resistant foam. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Container may explode violently in heat of fire.Gon. Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed. If water pollution occurs. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite.e. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources.fog or alcohol-resistant foam. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles.. Wash skin with soap and water. if breathing is difficult. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank. For massive fire in cargo area. withdraw from area and let fire burn. keep out of low areas Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural Firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away. Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 426/858쪽 . Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. Water spray may reduce vapor. smoking or flames in hazard area Stop leak if you can do it without risk. if not breathing. give oxygen. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces.H. if this is impossible. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames. Do not use dry chemical extinguishers to control fires involving nitromethane or nitroethane. give artificial respiration.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. isolate hazard area and deny entry. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out. notify the appropriate authorities. Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. immediately flush eyes with running water for at least 15minutes. Stay upwind. Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. In case of contact with material .

Co2. kerosene.1. dry chemical. open area. Water may be ineffective on fire. intense burning in throat and lungs. inability to walk a straight line. in coordination. water fog. moderate risk Flash Point (F) : 100~150 Flammable Limits : 0. Special fire Procedures : Tanks exposed to fire should be kept cool with a water spray. nausea. : 170~300C/338~572 F : -45C/ -50 F : 0.(F) : 444 Extinguishing Agents : Confined area. range oil.81 : Petroleum oil : 2.0% Auto igniting Temp.7~ 5.1. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Kim. : 1223 : KRS : Mixture of hydrocarbon : Pale yellow to water white oily liquid strong odor. Symptoms : Inhalation.0) Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen : Coal oil.1 :D : 0. hilarity. illuminating oil.H.. possibly bronchopneumonia. No CHris Code Formula Appearance-Odor Boiling Point Freezing Point Specific Gravity Chemical Family Vapor Pressure(20C) Pollution Category –USEPA IMO Reid Vapor Pressure(psia) Applicable Bulk reg.46 Subchapter Vapor pressure 46C(psia) Solubility in water Vapor Density(air = 1. Version/01 KEROSENE Synonyms UN.marked vertigo. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 427/858쪽 .04 : :I : 0.1 Odor Threshold(ppm) :1 PEL/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable TLV/TWA(ppm) : Unavailable General : Moderate toxic by ingestion and inhalation.15 : Negligible : 4.5 : Portable lines to manifolds or droplines : NO : Any Coating suitable Fire & Explosion Hazard Data Grade-D : Combustible liquid Electrical Group :D General : Flammable.foam. fuel oil no.Gon.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. vomiting. Health Hazard Data Health hazard Rating : 1.

if breathing is interrupted. Vapor explosion and poison hazard indoors. HEALTH HAZARDS May be Poisonous fatal if inhaled or absorbed through skin Vapors may cause dizziness or suffocation. therefore one might encounter high specification cargo. Spill or Leak Procedure Wear rubber gloves.81 Lamp oil. but kerosene causes rusting of steel. Contact with liquid may cause frostbite Fire may produce irritating or poisonous gases. Container may explode violently in heat of fire. Reactivity Data Stability: Stable.G . Compatibility: Material : most metals are suitable. remove victim from contaminated atmosphere. secure ignition sources.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. may be ignited by heat sparks or flames.e. Vapors may travel to a source of ignition and flash back. outdoors or sewers Runoff to sewer may create fire or explosion hazard. Cleaning code 3. Cargoes listed under this group are not water-soluble and require the use of a emulsifier and/or a detergent to reduce their surface tension. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 428/858쪽 . call a doctor.. normal working gear. Cargo : Group 33 of compatibility chart.H. requiring extremely clean tanks and lines. protective clothing.It various from 0. Personnel Protection Boiler suit . Version/01 Operational Problems/ Hazards Subject to static Lines must be blown with Nitrogen Grades may be base for jet fuels. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. Cargoes under this group are not considered as good last cargoes. Go for coated or S. face shield. Tank cleaning Cold sea water wash to remove residues (5 hour) Hot sea water wash with chemical injection 5 ft. No problem.Kim. have all purpose canister mask available.78 to 0. Most common is 0.Gon. artificial respiration should be applied immediately. half hour drop Fresh water rinse or steam.S good cargo. Ventilate to gas free Educt and mop dry Tank must be dry S. Stolt B) cleaning has been completed.This fine grade from Exxon needs especially good tanks. small spills may be flushed away with water. FIRE OR EXPLOSION Flammable/combustible material. Frequently the use of a solvent is needed even after the emulsifier and/or detergent (i. Short Exposure Tolerance : Unavailable Exposure Procedure : Inhalation.82 . Wash water temperature Code (F)Ambient water for the first 30-45 minutes followed by hot water.

Move container from fire area if you can do it without risk. Remove and isolate contaminated clothing and shoes at the site. give oxygen In case of contact with material .H. Stay away from ends of tanks. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 429/858쪽 . use unmanned hose holder or monitor nozzles. FIRE Small Fires: Let burn unless leak can be stopped immediately.Kim. CALL CHEMTREC AT 1-800-424-9300 FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. Version/01 Runoff from fire control or dilution water may cause pollution . Large spills: Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt. and ventilate closed spaces before entering Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and structural firefighters’ protective clothing will provide limited protection. Apply cooling water to sides of containers that are exposed to flames until well after fire is out.Gon. Water spray may reduce vapor. if this is impossible. give artificial respiration. notify the appropriate authorities. if not breathing. SPILL OR LEAK Shut off ignition sources. smoking or flames in hazard area stop leak if you can do it without risk. keep out of low areas. rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Large Fires: Water spray fog or regular foam. EMERGENCY ACTION Keep unnecessary people away.. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. but it may not prevent ignition in closed spaces. immediately flush eyes with running water for a t least 15minutes. if breathing is difficult. withdraw from area and let fire burn withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of tank due to fire. no flares. Wash skin with soap and water. FIRST AID Move victim to fresh air and call emergency medical care. Small spills: Take up with sand or other noncombustible absorbent material and place into containers for later disposal. If water pollution occurs. isolate hazard area and deny entry Stay upwind. For massive fire in cargo area. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank.

Derived from the carcasses of pigs.) Correction factor Carriage Disch .. : NO Discharge to sea according to regulations.86 @ C : : 38-40 C : 52 C : 50 C. Lines should be steamed back to tank to prevent oil solidifying in pipelines after discharge. Average Expected Load Temp. Version/01 LARD OIL Synonyms IMO No IMO TYPE Formula ICS Guide Page No. : 34 Basically non. : NO (Ensure Certificate obtained and Duration Checked) : Purge Blanket : Stainless Steel. Personnel Protection.Kim. polyurethane. No Specific handling regulations Ensure portable lines hot washed as soon as possible after use. Family Appearance and character Specific Gravity Heating Range (Subject to Chart. Epoxy. Boiler suit . Lard slops when mixed with hot water react similarly to that of tallow. USCG Compatibility chart Group No Reactivity Handling Inhibitor Nitrogen (Subject to chatters Reg.H. DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 430/858쪽 . ) Tank Coating recommended : Latex. Boiling Point Explosive Range Freeze Point Autoignition Point Consult USCG Compatibility Chart : : 221 C : : 220C : : C : C Operational Problems/Hazardous Temperature of cargo not to raised more than 3 C/day Sweeping required will depend upon the quality of the grade. Not recommended for Zinc Silicate.Reg.Material Safety Data Sheet & Preparation ProcedureCopyright by Capt.hazardous. : N/A :3 : N/A : 19 : Ester Soft. with a faint odour and bland taste. Normal working gear Check protection Suit compatible with Product Pollution Guide IMO pollution Rating : D Vapor Return System Reg. PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT.Gon. white mass. : 0. Subject to coating compatibility Lists Odor threshold Flash point Draeger Tube No.

DO NOT COPY WITHOUT PERMITTED PAGE 431/858쪽 . PERSONAL CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT. caustic or LAC) cleaning has been completed. That takes approximately 8 hours “SPIA” chicago demands it.some shippers request tanks to be sprayed with mineral spirit before loading. Wash water temperature Code ( C ) Hot water (55 degree C up to