MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Essentially Similar to U.S. Department of Labor Form OSHA

Revised 01/20/12

HMIS Health-1 Flammibility-3 Reactivity 0

SECTION I-Product Information

 

Manufacturer Name: A.V.W. Inc .            

24 Hour Emergency Phone Number: 800-424-9300

Product Name: Screen Opener

SECTION II

Hazardous Ingredients

Xilene                        CAS#       95-47-6                 TWA 100                               

Ciclhexanone             CAS#      108-94-1                            25                                  

2 Butoxiethanol       CAS#       111-76-2                             25                                     

Acetone                   CAS#         67-64-1                         1000                                      

Isopropanol            CAS#           6763-0                          400                                      

Mineral Spirit         CAS#      8052-41-3                               200                                   

Propane                   CAS#         74-98-6                         1000                                     

Butane                     CAS#       106-97-8                           800                                     

SECTION III

Physical Data

Boiling Point: 188 F          

Specific Gravity(H2O=1)=0.80

Solubility in water: .0 %

Appearance: Colorless liquid with penetrating ether-like odor

 

SECTION IV

Fire and Explosion Hazard

Flash Point: 104F Extremely Flammable

Extinguishing media: Water, CO2, Foam, Dry chemical

Special fire Fighting Procedures: Do not expose containers to temps. above 120 F.

Unusual fire and Explosion: Forms flammable vapor-air mixtures.  Lowers temeratures increase the difficulty of getting it to ignite

SECTION V

Health Hazard Data

Time weighted average (TWA):  25PPM based in the raw material

Carcinogen: No

Acute Chronic Health effects: Excessive exposure may cause irritation to upper respiratory tract.  Excessive exposure may cause carboxyhemoglobinemia they’re by impairing the blood’s ability to transport oxygen

Primary Routes of Entry: X Inhalation   X Skin   X Ingestion

Effects of Overexposure: Eyes- May cause pain, moderate eye irritationand slight cornea injury.  Vapors may irritate eyes,

Skin: May cause irritation.  Repeated contact may cause drying or flaking of skin.

Inhalation: In confined or poorly ventilated areas, vapors can redily accumulated and cause uncosciousness and death.

Ingestion: May be harmful

Emergency First Aid Procedures: Eyes- Flush with water 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritant persist.

Skin: Wash with soap and water.

Ingestion:  Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately.

Inhalation: Move to fresh air. Get medical attention.

SECTION VI

Reactivity Data

Stability:    stable X

Conditions to Avoid: Hydrolysis producing small amounts of hydrochloric acid possible with gross water contamination.

Avoid open flames, welding arcs, or other high temperature sources, which induce thermal decomposition.

Incompatibility: Strong Oxidizers; caustics, chemically active metals such as aluminum, magnesium & sodium.

SECTION VII

Spill or Leak Procedures

Steps to take in case material is released or spilled: Use absorbent material and trash receptacle.  Waste disposal method Federal and Local regulations.

 

 

 

 

SECTION VIII

Special Protection Information

Respiratory Protection: Adequate ventilation.

Gloves (type): Chemical resistant

Eye protection: Glasses if required

Other Protective Equipment: Technician Use only

SECTION IX

Special Precautions

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing read and follow all label directions. Do not store containers at temperatures above 120°F.