Sole Distributor in India

Dynaweld Engineering Company Private Limited
Approved IBR Contractors (Special Class) 72/427, Vijaynagar, Naranpura, Ahmedabad – 380013 Tel: +91-79-2743 6896, Fax: +91-79-2662 0549, Email: sales@dynaweldindia.com

Manufacturer

Se Woon T&S Co., Ltd
11-9, Mangjung-dong, Youngcheon-si, Kyung-Buk, Republic of Korea

Introduction
• About our Company
 Dynaweld Engineering Company Private Limited is Approved IBR Contractor (Special Class), offers entire range of services related to Jobs as per IBR since 1985. Our range of services includes Design, Drawing, Fabrication & Erection of Pipelines, Erection of High Pressure Water Tube Boilers & HRSGs, Maintenance of Boilers including Tube Profiling & Tube Bending, Replacement of Bed Coil, Steam Distribution System Optimization, Shutdown Jobs and Quality Non IBR Process Pipeline.  Clientele includes major Organizations across industries including MNCs, All leading Boiler Manufacturers, LSTK Contractors and OEMs.

• Thermal Insulation – Current Practices
 Thermal Insulation is one of the basic and most vital energy saving option available in the industries. However, more often it is one of the most neglected area and gets less attention due to variety of reasons.  Conventionally Glass Wool & Rock wool (Lightly Resin Bonded Mattresses - LRB and sometimes Preformed Sections) are most commonly used Thermal Insulation Materials in the Industries. Perlite and Calcium Silicate are also sparingly used in the industries.  Typically once installation is done, actual performance of the thermal insulation usually remains untested against the designed parameters at regular intervals. Probably, less attention is due to invisible nature of the heat losses and its quantification remains unknown due to variation of the parameters.

Introduction
• Issues with Conventional Insulation Material
 Glass Wool/Rock Wool (LRB) typically loses its thermal properties sooner than later as it uses Organic Binders ( Decomposition due to heat up/moisture) and hence results in substantially higher heat losses than designed heat losses. Other issues with LRB are largely well known among the users.  Perlite/Calcium Silicate has substantially higher Thermal Conductivities requiring much higher thicknesses apart from breakable nature of the material.

• Fuel Price Scenario
 Fuel Prices has risen many fold in last decade barring exception in late 2008/early 2009. Again the prices are on rise since then and more than doubled since March 2009. It is likely that the prices move to much higher level over the next decade.

• Need of Improved Thermal Insulation
 Higher Future Fuel Prices; Performance Consistency Issues and resultant significant Heat Losses (of course invisible) with Conventional Thermal Insulation materials necessitated a New Paradigm Shift in Thermal Insulation Technology and that’s how a Revolutionary Product from E Glass Fiber has borned.

Introduction
• HITLINTM – The Product
 HITLINTM is an abbreviation for High Temperature Layered Insulation.  HITLINTM Industrial Insulation is high-density E-Glass product born of a revolutionary new manufacturing process that combines a specially processed E-Glass needle mat and inorganic binder to produce a solid high performance, low thermal conductivity, completely Non-Combustible and Unbreakable Thermal insulation. HITLINTM is made by Rolling Process (No Molding).  HITLINTM is a Patented Product Manufactured by M/s Se Woon T&S Co., Ltd, South Korea. HITLINTM is available in various forms like Pipe Cover, Elbow Cover, F-Board, R-Board and Felt. HITLINTM variants includes HG (w/o AlGC film) and HGA (with ALGC film).
 Patent already registered in South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan & Thailand.  Patent Application is pending in USA, England, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Swiss, Ukraine, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, The United Arab Emirates.

 Certifications from Lloyds Register, DNV, BV, ABS, KTR, Komeri regarding Product Quality, Quality Parameters, Quality System, Design Assessment, Occupational Health & Safety Management System OHSAS etc

.

Introduction
• Se Woon T&S Co., Ltd, South Korea – Manufacturer
 Se Woon T&S was founded in 1984 to manufacture Glass Tube & Sound Absorption applications for Automobile Industries.  Se Woon developed the E Glass Fiber based Thermal Insulation product in 1997 with first commercial application in 2001 in Korean State Electricity Company.  Since then, Product has been widely used as a preferred Thermal Insulation in many Heavy Industries like Refinery, Petrochemicals, Power Plants, Shipbuilding etc  Manufacturing Capacity - 15,000 ton/year (equivalent to 1,623,376 m for Pipe Cover 8” x 50 mm )

• Dynaweld Engineering Company Private Limited – Sole Distributor

in India

.

Introduction
• Energy Loss from the Insulation

Method Used - Simplified Calculation of Heat Loss [ for surface Temp below 200 0C ] as per BEE – Chapter 5 Insulation and Refractory, Para 5.5 - Page no - 126 S = [ 10 + ( Ts - Ta ) / 20 ] x [ Ts - Ta ]
» » » » » S = Surface heat loss in Kcal / Hr * M2 Ts = Hot surface temp in 0C Ta = Ambient temp in 0C Total Heat Loss = S X A [ Surface area in M2 ] Thermal Conductivity of Insulation Material, Wind Speed has not been considered. However, Lower the Thermal Conductivity of the material, Lower the heat losses, Higher the wind speed, higher the Heat Losses.

Example
Steam Pipe 4” (114 mm OD), Steam Temp 180 0C, Ambient Temp - 35 0C, Boiler Efficiency – 85% Thermal Insulation – 75 mm LRB, Wind Speed – 0, Hours/Year – 7,920 (330 days), GCV of Fuel – Lignite 3,100 Kcal/Kg, Imported Coal – 5,500 Kcal/Kg, Furnace Oil – 9,500 Kcal/Ltr Design » » » » » Actual 45
2

Ts = Hot surface temp in 0C S = Surface heat loss (Kcal / Hr * M ) Heat Loss Per Year (Kcal/Meter of Pipe Length) 10,60,000 Excess Heat Loss Per Year (Kcal/Meter of Pipe Length) Fuel Losses per year in Kg/Meter of Pipeline Length Imported Coal 80

50 105 6,90,000 161

3,025 Kcal Energy Furnace Oil 50 Loss = 1 TR incremental Load on Higher the Surface Temperature, substantially higher heat losses. Chilling/ 1.2 TR THINK OF UNREALISED POTENTIAL TO SAVE ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT AND MONEY AS WELL incremental Load on Cooling Tower

Additional Savings for Controlled Temperature Environment

3,70,000 Lignite 140

~ 475 Kg Steam Loss/ Meter/Year 120 TR of Less AC Load per Meter of Pipeline per Year for Controlled Environment

Introduction
• Energy Loss from the Insulation – Traditional vs HITLINTM
Example
Steam Pipe 4” (114 mm OD), Steam Temp 180 0C, Ambient Temp - 35 0C, Boiler Efficiency – 85% Thermal Insulation – 75 mm LRB vs HITLIN 30 mm, Wind Speed – 0, Hours/Year – 7,920 (330 days), GCV of Fuel – Lignite 3,100 Kcal/Kg, Imported Coal – 5,500 Kcal/Kg, Furnace Oil – 9,500 Kcal/Ltr

Traditional Insulation
• • • • • Ts = Hot surface temp in 0C S = Surface heat loss (Kcal / Hr * M )
2

HITLINTM
45 0.829 0.829

Design 50 105 0.546 10,60,000

Actual 45 161

Design=Actual

105 4,55,000

Surface Area (M2/Meter of Pipe)

Heat Loss Per Year (Kcal/Meter of Pipe Length) 6,90,000 Excess Heat Loss Per Year (Kcal/Meter of Pipe Length) 6,05,000

3,70,000

Traditional

Traditional Actual Actual Vs Design V/s HITLIN Actual Lignite 140 195

Fuel Losses per year in Kg/Meter of Pipeline Length Imported Coal Furnace Oil Steam 475 80 50 660 110 63

For Controlled Environment, Additional Losses TR (per year in Kg/Meter of Pipeline Length)

120

170

Higher the Surface Temperature Higher the Surface Area Higher the Thermal Conductivity

higher heat losses. Higher the Heat Losses

Higher the Heat Losses

Chemical Composition
Classification
SiO2

Type 50~55 14~16 7.3 3.3 16.7

Temperature(℃ ) Glass’s main component
Related thermal resistance

Al2O3
B2O3

MgO CaO
Na2O
K2O

Glass’s accessory component Related processing improvement

Fe2O3
F2

1.7

Decline alkali component, thermal resistance

Manufacturing Process
Glass Wool | Mineral Wool
High Speed Rotation Spinner

E Glass Fiber Glass Filamen

Air Jets Binder Spray

Spinnin g Binding & Twisting

Air Induction

Windin g

X 750 (by Electron Microscope)

X 750 (by Electron Microscope)

Manufacturing Process
Needle Punching

anufacturing Process (Patent Pending)

E-Glass fiber needle mat

Continuous E-Glass Large Micron Fibers No “Fiberglas®” Product is Comparable

Manufacturing Process

Rolling with inorganic binder

Drying with Microwave M/C

Manufacturing Process
Rolling Packing Drying

Side Cutting
Center Cutting

ALGC

HITLIN
Classification PIPE Cover (HG | HGA)

T M

Product Range
Diameter 20 – 1,100 mm Lengt h 1 Meter 1 Meter Density 3 (Kg/m3) Applications

Thickness 20 mm Onwards

Steam/Thermi c Fluid 200±10 % % 200±10 Pipelines, Valve, Flanges Elbows

Elbow Cover (HG | HGA)

20 mm Onwards

20 – 1,100 mm

-

200±10 % 200±10 %

Board (HGA)

20 mm Onwards

-

1 Meter x 1 1 Meter x 1 Meter Meter 1 Meter 1 Meter wide x 5 – wide x 5 – 40 Meter 40 Meter Length Length

180±10 % 180±10 %

Flat Surfaces, Round Surfaces

FELT

12 mm 25 mm 40 mm

-

110~160 110~160 ±10 % ±10 %

HGA variant has Coated Aluminum Foil

HITLIN
Energy Savings

T M

Product Features
Low Thermal Conductivity across Temperature Range; Higher Energy Efficiency; Less Green House Gas emissions No “controlled decomposition" (gassing off) upon initial heat-up or during the lifetime of insulation Easy to Install & Uninstall; Entirely Reusable after Maintenance; Reduced Turnaround Schedules. No Hazardous Organic Chemical Binders; Non-Combustible; Significantly Less Dust pH Neutral: 7.6 pH Low Chloride Content

Consistent Performance

Easy to Install & Reusable

Safety

Chemistry

HITLIN
Design Saving s

T M

Product Features
Less Pipe-Rack Space Required Thinner Insulation plus, Higher Energy Efficiency Best Dimensional Stability; virtually unbreakable and withstands physical actions without breakage Suitable for -20 0C to 750 0C Temperature Range Designed Performance for Years – Stable Process Parameters, Better Utilization of Utility Equipments and End Equipments Life Span of over 20 Years; No Sagging; Maintains aesthetics of your state of the art plant; Suitable for high Vibration Conditions; Excellent Acoustics

Dimension al Stability High Temp. Applications

Stable Process Parameters Other

Insulation Product Comparison
Thermal Conductivity Comparison
Unit : kcal/m.h℃(70℃)

0.100 0.090 0.080 0.070 0.060 0.050 0.040 HITLIN E Glass Fiber 0.030 50 100 150 200 250 300

Thermal Conductivity W/m.K

Ca. Silicate

Perlite

LRB of Different Make

Mean Temperature (C)
* Remark : Properties of other products can be slightly changed by manufacturing company.

Insulation Product Comparison

Neutral

Insulation Product Comparison

Unit : kg/ ㎥

Unit : %

(±10%)

Linear Shrinkage at 650℃
* Remark. Properties of other products can be slightly changed by manufacturing company.

HITLINTM Certifications

HITLIN

T M

Test Reports
Description
Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K, Ave. Temp. 20±5 0C) ASTM C518:2002

Issuing Authority No.
1 2 3 4 KTR (Korea Testing & Research Institute) 5 6 7 8 9 10

Test Result
0.031 0.031 0.032 199 0.5 %
Acceptable ASTM C795

Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K, Ave.Temp. 50±5 0C) ASTM C518:2002
Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K, Ave.Temp. 70±5 0C) KS L 9016:2005

Density (Kg/m3) KS L 9102:2003
Linear Contraction rate (650 0C) ASTM C356:2003

Cl- ASTM C871:1995 pH Compressive Strength (Kpa) (at 5 % variation) ASTM165:2005 Water Vapor Sorption (%) ASTM C1104 :2000 UV/VIS(200~800nm) % - HG Type UV/VIS(200~800nm) % - HGA Type

7.6 196 2.1 0

HITLIN

T M

Test Reports
Description
Water Repellency (%) KS L 9101:1999 Specific Heat (J/gk) 100 0C
Non-Combustibility on HITLIN Felt

Issuing Authority No.
KICM - Korea Institute of Construction Materials

Test Result
99.7

Remarks

11

KTL- Korea Testing Laboratory
KIMM (Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials)

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

1.10 Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Acceptable Over 90 Class 1 Acceptable R = 0.089 No Hazard NonCombustibilit y

Non-Combustibility on HITLIN Pipe Cover

FILK (Fire Insurers Lab.of Korea)

Non-Combustibility Class 1

KTR
KRRI (Korea Railroad Reach Institute)

Gas Toxicity Test
Oxygen Concentration ISO 45892 Surface spread of flame test to BS 476 on HITLIN Felt
Determination of weighted summation of toxic fume R on HITLIN Felt

BRE Building Research Establishment

19 20

Fire propagation test to BS 476

HITLIN
Govmark

T M

Test Reports
Description
Smoke Density test on HITLIN Felt (ASTM E 662)

Issuing Authority No.
21 22
Inter science Communications Ltd.
ABS (American Bureau of Sipping)

Test Result
None None No Hazard
American Bureau of Sipping

Remarks

Radiant Panel ASTM E 162
BS 6853:1999 Appendix D, Clause D8.4 Code of Practice For Fire Precautions

23

24

Non-Combustible Material Non-Combustible Material Quality system approval Non-Combustible Material (Pipe & E/R equipment including acoustic insulation) E-Glass fiber base non-combustible thermal insulating material

Non Combustibilit y

BV (Bureau Veritas) DNV (Det Norske Veritas)

25 26

Bureau Veritas Det Norske Veritas
Operating Temp. Non Combustibility

LR (Lloyd's Register)

27

Lloyd's Register

CHONNAM NATIONAL UNIVERSITY (ENGINEERING INSTITUTE)

28

Sound Absorption

1000 Hz = 0.80 2000 Hz = 0.77 4000 Hz = 0.75

 

HITLIN

T M

Major Installations
Power Plant Part
- Boryeong Thermal Power #7,8 - Youngheung Thermal Power #3,4 - Taean Thermal Power #7,8 - Incheon Complex Thermal Power #2 - Jeju internal-Combustion#2 - KEPCO Lebanon S.A.R.L (ZAHRANI Power plant) - Gori Nuclear power plant - SIEMENS (Incheon Complex Thermal Power)

Petrochemical Part
-LG Petrochemical Co.,Ltd. -

(BPA Project) -Korea Kumho Petrochemical Co.,Ltd (BPA Project)

KDHC Part
- Hwasung CHPG - Sangam Brench - Heat accumulator

Oil refining Part
-GS Caltex -

Shipbuilding Part
- DSME - SHI

(No.2, No.3 HOU Project) -SK Energy (NEW FCC Project)

M LINTM Major Performance List - Global

No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Customer
KDHC
(Korea District Heating Corp.)

Project
Sangam CES LG BPA P.J.T Incheon Complex Thermal M2 P.J.T #2 HOU P.J.T Taean #7,8 Hwasung CHPG P.J.T YM3 – MMA P.J.T

Period (Year)
2004 2004 2004 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007

LG Petrochemical Co.,Ltd SIEMENS LG Petrochemical Co.,Ltd GS Caltex Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction KDHC LG Petrochemical Co.,Ltd

M LINTM Major Performance List - Global

No.
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Customer
Taekwang Industrial Co.,Ltd SIEMENS LG Petrochemical Co.,Ltd SK Energy KOMIPO
(Korea Midland Power Co.,Ltd)

Project
Establishment more pipe Bugok P.J.T CCR P.J.T NFCC P.J.T Boryeong thermal #7,8 #2 BPA P.J.T LG #2 BPA P.J.T
Jeju internal-Combustion #2

Period (Year)
2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008

KUMHO P&B LG Petrochemical Co.,Ltd KOMIPO KOMIPO

Incheon Complex #2

T M TLINTM Installations - India

No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Customer
Nirma Limited Meghmani Group Indian Rayon Limited Welspun India Limited Banas Dairy Adani Wilmar Limited Makson Pharmaceuticles Excel Industries Ltd

Project
Pharmaceutical Chemical Captive Power Plant Captive Power Plant Boiler House Edible Oil Refinery Pharmaceutical Pesticides

Details
4,575 Meter* 125 Meter* Demo Demo Demo Demo 1,000 Meter* Demo

* Under Implementation

HITLINTM Installation

SK Energy HS steam line
(size : 28” * 200T)

T M HITLINTM Installation

HITLINT
M

Calcium Silicate

Bo-ryung thermal power generation HRSG Line

HITLINTM Installation

HITLINT
M

Mineralwool | Glasswool Rockwool

Is Broken, Missing or WaterLogged Sagged Insulation Evident in Your Facility ?

T M HITLINTM Installation

SK Energy HS steam line
(size : 28” * 200T)

T M HITLINTM Installation

HITLIN

Calcium Silicate

Hyosung Co., Ltd. – Insulation replacement in Ulsan plant

T M HITLINTM Installation

LG Petrochemical Co., Ltd. BPA

ITLIN M HITLINTM Installation

Korea Midland Power Co., Ltd. Tae-an #7 & #8

ITLINTM Installation

GS Caltex Storage Tank in Yeosu, Korea
HITLIN Board quantity installed : 47,067 ㎡ (941 ㎥ ) (Size : F-Board 20 mm of thick)

T M HITLINTM Installation

Refinery Fuel Oil Tank
(Size: 26’ Diameter x 32’ Tall)

M HITLINTM Installation

INSULATION FOR EQUIPMENT
LGPC M2- PROJECT , ITEM NO. A-DA107 (SIZE : ø 2,500 × 16,400) 기준

HITLIN R-BOARD
U EQ M IP T EN

PERLITE R-BOARD
PM UI EQ T EN

1000mm

600mm

1000mm

300mm 실리콘

188 Pieces (25%)

756 Pieces (100%)

T M HITLINTM Installation Specifications (Pipe Cover)

Fig. IH01 Typical Details for Piping Insulation

New FCC/BDO PJT PIPE INSULATION DETAIL Typical Detail for Insulated Stub-in or Tee and insulated elbow

T M HITLINTM Installation Specifications (Equipments)

Fig. IH05 Vertical Vessel Insulation

Insulation Detail – Storage Tanks for Hot Service
center tightly

A : Tank Shell B : Insulation C: Insulation anchor pins 305mm (12") on D : Stagger vertical insulation joints and butt E : Insulation Jacket Support F : Corrugated jacket sheet G : 4mm x 16mm stainless steel sheet metal

screws. 150mm(6") centers (maximum), at every vertical lap. H : 75mm(3") circumferential lap I : Band loops,space : approximately 2500mm J : Vertical lap (100mm) K : 6.4 mm (1/4") x 38mm(1-1/2")lay bar 3.6m (12'-0") Tank Diameter Number of Bars Circumferential Spacing long(maximum) Type 304 stainless steel. 6 to 12m (20'to 40') 3 120℃ Use only on tanks above 6m (20'-0") 12 to 18m (40' to 60') 4 90℃ 18 to 24m (60' to 80') 6 60℃ 24 to 30m (80' to 100') 8 45℃ 30m (100' and over) Space Approximately Every 12m (40') L : Stainless steel straps and seals installed at every circumferential seam of metal jacket and insulation and not over 610mm (24") on center. When hard block is used or when temperatures exceed 204 ℃, use expander type springs. M : Bandloop (50mm) N : 19mm wide x 0.5mm thickness O : stainless steel secrw P : S Clip (75mm) Q : "S" clips (see detail) space approximately 450mm (18") apart-minimum of 2 per shee Use 19mm x 0.5 mm strapping. R : 300mm (12") centers. By equipment vendor S : Insulation rod bar 3.6m (12'-0") long(maximum) carbon steel. Use only on tanks above 3.6m diameter. Insulation rod bar shall be installed as followed. Tank Diameter 3.6 to 8m 9 to 16m 17 to 32m 32m over Number of Bars 2 3
Space Approximately every 24m

Circumferential Spacing 180℃ 120℃

T M LINTM Major Performances – Power Plant

Korea Midland Power Co., Ltd. Boryeong #7 & #8 (May 2007 ~ March 2008)
HITLIN Pipe cover quantity installed : 8,623 m (992 M3) HITLIN Board quantity installed : 2,515 M2 (202 M3)

T M LINTM Major Performances – Oil Refinery

SK Energy NEW FCC Project in Ulsan, Korea(2006~2008)
HITLIN Pipe cover quantity installed : 341,072 m (10,451 M3) HITLIN Board quantity installed : 61,867 M2 (4,736 M3)

T M LINTM Major Performances – Oil Refinery

GS Caltex No.2 HOU Project in Yeosu, Korea(2005~2007)
HITLIN Pipe cover quantity installed : 302,140 m (6,802 M3)
2 3

LINTM Major Performances – Petrochemical

LG BPA Project in Yeosu, Korea(2006~2007)
HITLIN Pipe cover quantity installed : 45,975 m (588 M3) HITLIN Board quantity installed : 5,281 M2 (217 M3)

T M LINTM Major Performances – Shipbuilding

Daewoo shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., Korea DALIA FPSO(drill ship) : HITLIN applied to all area LNG ship : HITLIN applied to steam line All types of ship : HITLIN applied to exhaust gas pipe

M TLINTM Installation Advantages

Practical Space use

Reduced Pipe Rack

Energy Saving

T M TLINTM Installation Purpose

Classification
Oil refining
GS Caltex No.#2 HOU SK Energy New FCC LG No.#1,2 BPA Kumho No.#2 BPA Boryeong Youngheung Hwasung Brench Sangam Brench DSME SHI

Purpose
Practical space use Reducing Heat Loss Increased Pipe efficiency, BPA capacity Reduced weight, Reuse after Maintainace Reinforce hot water temp. Limited space utilization

Effect
Reduce Pipe Rack Energy saving Increased Pipe efficiency due to reduction of TH’K Practical space use Save fuel Save fuel due to reduction of weight

Petroch emical Power Plant KDHC Marine

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Effect on the environment

s material does not seems to be harmful to animals, plants and fishes.

Hazards Identification

A. Appearance & aromaticity : odorless white color / solid of gray color B. Main route of exposure : inhalation, skin, eye, etc. C. Potential effect on the health
1) short period : Continuous Filament Glass Fiber is mechanical stimulus. inhalation : temporary stimulus to mouth, nose, neck, etc. skin contacts with fiber or dust : itchy or temporary stimulus eye contacts : temporary stimulus inhalation : stimulus to stomach. 2) long period : Not effect on human body.

D. Respiratory disease or skin disease patients from mechanical stimulus would be worse and more dangerous

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Effect on human body
- Classification of IARC
Classification I
Carcinogen valuation Huma n Anima l

Contents
Radon & derivative
(human 1, animal 1 :asbestos has been appointed its section in advance.)

Result
Sufficient Evidence Limited Evidence, but sufficient evidence for animal Inadequate Evidence Inadequate Evidence

o

o

IIB III IV

-

-

Glass Wool, Rock Wool, Ceramic Fiber Continuous filament glass fiber N/A

According to contents designated by IARC(Edition Apr.2008), America insulation industry society reported Continuous filament glass fiber have inadequate evidence to cause cancer to human body.

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Exposure route Inhalation
Determined by fineness. SATANTON hypothesis :
Fineness (Filament Dia.) continuous filament glass fiber > wools > asbestos continuous filament fiber glass : impossible inhalation wools : impossible inhalation asbestos : possible inhalation

Eye contact
Temporary stimulus

Skin contact
Temporary stimulus

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Classification of IARC NOT carcinogenic (III grade)

Dust inhalation Because diameter of filament is 3 to 10 times bigger than 3 ㎛ . No possibility of inhalation

Solubility in body High solubility in human body - elimination

So far according to the result of study, there is no effect on human body, if workers wear appropriate equipment (masks, gloves, etc.)

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Toxicological Information

ogen : Indicated carcinogen valuation according to below organization Ingredient
Continuous filament glass fiber Bind

(American Conference (International Agency (U.S. National (Occupational Safety (American Conference (International Agency (U.S. National (Occupational Safety of Governmental for Research Toxicology Program) and of for Research Toxicology Program) Industrial Hygienists) on Cancer) Health Administration) Industrial Hygienists) on Cancer) Health Administration)

ACGIH

IARC

NTP

OSHA

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

Ingredient
Continuous filament glass fiber Bind

LD50 Mouth NO NO

LD50 Skin NO NO

LC50 Inhalation NO NO

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Disposal Considerations

RCRA Hazardous Class : No Hazard

Transportation Information

DOT Vessel : No classification assigned
Hazardous Class or Classification

Packing Group Packaging Exception Bulk Packaging No RQ Capacity Limit : Aircraft Sea Pollution Material Freight Manual No

ID No. Desired Label Specific Standard Non-bulk Packaging EPA Dangerous Products II Classification

Shipping Manual of dangerous products

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Aircraft : No
Proper Vessel : No classification assigned TDG Hazardous Classification : (1st) : No (2nd) : No ICAO/IATA classification : No IMO Classification : No Packing Group : No ID No. : No Desired Temp. : No Emergency Temp. : No Schedule X II Capacity Limit : No Reportable Quantity for Shipping (USA) : No IATA Packing Guide : 1) Passenger / Freight : No 2) Freight : No 3) Capacity Limit : No Max. Net weight / Package : 1) Passenger / Freight : No 2) Freight : No 3) Capacity Limit : No Specific Standard : No

T M HITLINTM MSDS

Regulatory Information
TSCA Status : Assigned contents NSR Status : Assigned DSL SARA TITLE III : Hazardous Classification Acute Health Hazard : Yes Fire Hazard : No Long Term Hazard : No Reactivity Hazard : No Pressure Hazard : No Reportable Ingredients Sec.302/304 : None Sec.313 : None California Proposition 65 : No classification assigned Clean Air Act : No classification assigned WHMIS (Canada) : Status : No supervision WHMIS classification : None

T M HITLINTM MSDS
Other Information HMIS (Hazardous Materials Identification System & NFPA (Notion Environmental Policy Act) Hazardous Class Classification
Acute Health Hazard

HMIS 1 0 0

NEP A 1 0 0

Combustibility Reactivity NFPA Specific Hazard : None

HMIS Personal Protection : Supplied from employer

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