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            SECTION 1 - CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION        

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   MANUFACTURER A.V.W. Inc.                   

   24 HOUR EMERGENCY PHONE: 800-424-9300                 REVISED: 01/20/2012

   PRODUCT NAME: Pro Stick 60 Hi-Strength Spray Adhesive                                                                                          

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              SECTION 2 - COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS           

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                                                                      WT/WT %

   ITEM   ------------ CHEMICAL NAME -------------    CAS NUMBER     LESS THAN

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    01    ACETONE                                    67-64-1            25.0 %

    02    HEXANE                                     110-54-3           25.0 %

    03    PROPANE                                    74-98-6            25.0 %

    04    DIMETHYL ETHER                             115-10-6           15.0 %

 

 

         ---------------------- EXPOSURE LIMITS --------------------

                 ACGIH                     OSHA              COMPANY

   ITEM  TLV-TWA      TLV-STEL     PEL-TWA      PEL-CEILING  TLV-TWA      SKIN

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    01   500 ppm      750 ppm      1000 ppm     N.E.         N.E.          NO

    02   50 ppm       N.E.         500 ppm      N.E.         N.E.          NO

    03   2500 PPM     N.E.         1000 ppm     N.E.         N.E.          NO

    04   N.E.         N.E.         N.E.         N.E.         1000 ppm      NO

 

    (See Section 16 for abbreviation legend)

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                      SECTION 3 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION                   

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   *** EMERGENCY OVERVIEW ***:  Keep from reach of children.  Do not puncture,

   incinerate, or place aerosol product containers in compactors.  Containers

   of this material may be hazardous when emptied since containers retain    

   product residues (vapor, liquid, and/or solid).  All hazard precautions    

   given must be observed.  Do not flame cut, braze or  use welding torch.   

   Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling this product

   may be harmful or fatal.                                                  

 

 

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                      SECTION 3 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION                   

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   EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - EYE CONTACT:  Can cause severe irritation,      

   redness, tearing, blurred vision.                                          

 

   EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - SKIN CONTACT:  Prolonged or repeated contact can

   cause moderate irritation defatting, dermatitis.                          

 

   EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - INHALATION:  Excessive inhalation of vapors can 

   cause nasal and respiratory irritation, dizziness, weakness, fatigue,     

   nausea, headache, possible unconsciousness, and even asphyxiation.        

   Overexposure may cause damage to the nervous system.                      

 

   EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - INGESTION:  No Information.                     

 

   EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - CHRONIC HAZARDS:  Overexposure to this material 

   (or its components) has apparently been found to cause the following      

   effects in laboratory animals:  kidney damage,  eye damage,  liver damage,

   lung damage,  nasal damage,  nervous system damage,  testis damage,       

   Overexposure to this material (or its components) has apparently been found

   to cause the following effects in humans:  visual impairment,  central    

   nervous system effects,                                                   

 

   PRIMARY ROUTE(S) OF ENTRY:  SKIN CONTACT  SKIN ABSORPTION  INHALATION  EYE

   CONTACT                                                                   

 

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                        SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES                     

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   FIRST AID - EYE CONTACT:  Flush with large amounts of water, lifting upper

   and lower lids occasionally, get medical attention.                       

 

   FIRST AID - SKIN CONTACT:  Thoroughly wash exposed area with soap and     

   water.  Remove contaminated clothing.  Launder contaminated clothing before

   re-use.  Get medical attention if irritation persists.  Mineral oil, baby 

   oil, makeup remover, mineral spirits, or other similar mild solvent may be

   used to remove the sticky resin residue left by the adhesive.             

 

   FIRST AID - INHALATION:  Remove individual to fresh air.  If breathing is 

   difficult, administer oxygen.  Give artificial respiration if breathing has

   stopped.  Keep person warm and quiet.  Get medical attention.              

 

   FIRST AID - INGESTION:  Do not induce vomiting.  Give two glasses of water

   if conscious.  Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.  Get

   immediate medical attention.                                              

 

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                      SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES                   

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   FLASH POINT: -156 F                         LOWER EXPLOSIVE LIMIT:   1.0 %

   (PENSKY-MARTENS C.C.)                       UPPER EXPLOSIVE LIMIT:  18.0 %

 

   AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: N.D.       

 

 

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   EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:  CO2  DRY CHEMICAL  FOAM  WATER FOG                  

 

   UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:  Vapors are heavier than air and travel

   along the ground or may be moved by ventilation and ignited by ignition   

   sources at locations distant from material handling point.  For aerosol   

   products - exposure to temperatures over 130F may cause containers to burst

   releasing highly flammable gas.                                           

 

   SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES:  Wear self-contained breathing apparatus 

   with a full facepiece operated in pressure-demand or other positive        

   pressure mode when fighting fires.  Keep fire exposed containers cool with

   water fog.                                                                

 

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                   SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES                 

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   STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED:  Eliminate     

   sources of ignition & ventilate area.  Persons not properly equipped should

   be excluded from area.  Stop spill at source - prevent spreading.  Avoid  

   inhalation of vapors.  Avoid skin contact with liquid.  Soak up on        

   absorbent material and place into proper container for disposal.  Use     

   non-sparking scoops for flammable materials.  Clean walking surfaces      

   thoroughly to reduce slipping hazard.                                     

 

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                       SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE                    

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   HANDLING:  Containers of this material may be hazardous when emptied, since

   containers retain product residues (vapor, liquid, and/or solid).  All    

   hazard precautions given must be observed.  Do not flame cut, braze or use

   welding torch on containers.  Intentional misuse by deliberately          

   concentrating and inhaling the vapors from this product may be harmful or 

   fatal.                                                                    

 

   STORAGE:  Do not store above 120F.  Do not store in direct sunlight.  Keep

   away from heat sources, open flame, pilot lights, sparks, and other sources

   of ignition.  Do not store above 120F.  Do not store in direct sunlight.  

 

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              SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION            

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   ENGINEERING CONTROLS:  Provide sufficient mechanical ventilation (general 

   and/or local exhaust) ventilation to maintain exposure below TLV(s).      

 

   RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:  If work place exposure limits of product or any  

   component is exceeded, use a NIOSH/MSHA approved respirator.  Consult your

   safety equipment supplier for recommendations.                            

 

   SKIN PROTECTION:  Wear impervious gloves if method of use involves skin   

   contact with product.  Consult your safety supply vendor for glove        

   recommendations.                                                           

 

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   EYE PROTECTION:  Wear safety glasses at minimum, more extensive protection

   may be necessary depending on how the product is to be used.               

 

   OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:  Wear impervious clothing if bodily exposure is

   anticipated.  Consult your safety supply vendor for recommendations.      

 

   HYGIENIC PRACTICES:  Wash hands before eating or smoking.  Smoke in       

   designated areas only.  Remove and launder clothing if contaminated.      

 

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                 SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES              

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   BOILING RANGE     : -44 - 500 F      VAPOR DENSITY   : Is heavier than air

   ODOR              : MINT WHEN WET    ODOR THRESHOLD  : N.D.       

   APPEARANCE        : WHITE LIQUID     EVAPORATION RATE: Is faster than Butyl

   SOLUBILITY IN H2O : NEGLIGIBLE                         Acetate

   FREEZE POINT      : N.D.             SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.6560 

   VAPOR PRESSURE    : N.D.             pH @ 0.0 %      : N.A.

   PHYSICAL STATE    : LIQUID           VISCOSITY       : N.D.          

   COEFFICIENT OF WATER/OIL DISTRIBUTION: N.D.       

 

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                    SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY                  

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   CONDITIONS TO AVOID:  Heat, sparks, welding arcs, open flame, pilot lights,

   static electricity or other source of ignition.                           

 

   INCOMPATIBILITY:  oxidizing agents,  acids,  reducing agents,  strong     

   oxidizers,                                                                

 

   HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:  carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide,    

   various hydrocarbons,  acetic acid,  nitrogen oxide,  nitrogen peroxide,  

   aldehydes,  carboxylic acids,                                             

 

   HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur under normal conditions.

 

   STABILITY: This product is stable under normal storage conditions.

 

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                    SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES                  

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   No product or component toxicological information is available.

 

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                     SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION                   

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   ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION:  No Information.                                  

 

 

 

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                     SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS                  

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   DISPOSAL METHOD:  Dispose of in accordance with all local, state and      

   federal regulations.                                                      

 

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                   SECTION 14 - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION                 

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   DOT PROPER SHIPPING NAME: Aerosols                               

 

   DOT TECHNICAL NAME:                                         

 

   DOT HAZARD CLASS: 2.1                      HAZARD SUBCLASS: NONE       

 

   DOT UN/NA NUMBER: UN1950      PACKING GROUP: NONE     RESP. GUIDE PAGE: 126

 

   ADDITIONAL INFORMATION::  For domestic ground and air shipment this product

   may be shipped as a Consumer Commodity ORM-D.  Outer cartons must have the

   ORM-D or ORM-D AIR designation. (our original cartons are preprinted with 

   the ORM-D designation for ground shipment)                                

 

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                     SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION                   

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   U.S. FEDERAL REGULATIONS: AS FOLLOWS -

 

   OSHA: Hazardous by definition of Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR    

   1910.1200)                                                                

 

   CERCLA - SARA HAZARD CATEGORY:

   This product has been reviewed according to the EPA 'Hazard Categories'   

   promulgated under Sections 311 and 312 of the Superfund Amendment and     

   Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA Title III) and is considered, under     

   applicable definitions, to meet the following categories:                 

 

   IMMEDIATE HEALTH HAZARD  CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARD  FIRE HAZARD  PRESSURIZED

   GAS HAZARD                                                                

 

   SARA SECTION 313:

   This product contains the following substances subject to the reporting   

   requirements of Section 313 of Title III of the Superfund Amendments and  

   Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 40 CFR Part 372:                          

 

   ----------- CHEMICAL NAME -----------    CAS NUMBER   WT/WT % IS LESS THAN

   HEXANE                                   110-54-3                   25.0 %

 

   TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT:

   This product contains the following chemical substances subject to the    

   reporting requirements of TSCA 12(B) if exported from the United States:  

 

   ----------- CHEMICAL NAME -----------    CAS NUMBER

   No information is available.

 

   INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS: AS FOLLOWS -

 

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                     SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION                   

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   CANADIAN WHMIS: This MSDS has been prepared in compliance with Controlled 

   Product Regulations except for use of the 16 headings.                    

 

   CANADIAN WHMIS CLASS: No information available.

 

   :  Hexane is a mixture of n-hexane and other compounds all falling under  

   the general chemical name light hydrotreated distillate CAS-68410-97-9.   

   The n-hexane content of our hexane is 60 to 70 percent.  On June 30, 1993 

   the OSHA Z-1-A table was revoked and OSHA reverted back to their prior    

   exposure limits.  The values on this MSDS reflect the roll back to the    

   prior values.  Some states may continue to enforce the 1993 limits.  On   

   June 16, 1995 EPA announced in a final rule that acetone would no longer be

   considered a VOC for air attainment standards.(it is now an exempt        

   compound)  The VOC calculations on this MSDS are based on acetone being an

   exempt compound.  The June 16 rule also removed acetone from the list of  

   SARA 313 reportable chemicals.                                            

 

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                        SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION                     

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   HMIS RATINGS - HEALTH: 2      FLAMMABILITY: 4     REACTIVITY: 1

 

   PREVIOUS MSDS REVISION DATE: 03/03/04

 

   REASON FOR REVISION: NEW PRODUCT                                          

 

   VOC CONTENT:  54.1 % BY WEIGHT, 377 GRAMS/LITER TOTAL PRODUCT,

                 475 GRAMS/LITER LESS WATER AND EXEMPT, 0.41 LBS/CAN

 

   LEGEND:  N.A. - Not Applicable, N.E. - Not Established,

            N.D. - Not Determined

 

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