SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
CAS # :
PERCENTAGE BY WEIGHT:
TLV: WHMIS CLASS: Not controlled.
LD50: (Rat, Oral):, LD50 (Rabbit, Dermal): LC50: not established
SECTION 3: PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES - liquid
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.29
FREEZING POINT - 00 C
pH RANGE: 8.0-8.5
BOILING POINT - 100.0 C
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: soluble.
EVAPORATION RATE - same as water
VAPOR DENSITY - heavier than air
VAPOR PRESSURE: 17.5 MM HG (at 20 degrees C)
VOLATILE BY VOLUME = 56%APPEARANCE/ODOR: white, slight odor.
SECTION 4: FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARD
FLAMMABILITY - not flammable
MEANS OF EXTINCTION - not applicable, not combustible.
FIRE/EXPLOSIVE HAZARD: Liquid paint will not burn but may spatter above
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: Self-contained breathing apparatus.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Oxides of carbon and nitrogen and
SECTION 5: REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY - stable under most conditions.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION - will not occur.
INCOMPATIBILITY - avoid strong oxidizing materials.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID - keep from freezing.
SECTION 6: TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
INHALATION - excessive exposure to vapors may cause headaches irritation of
eyes, nose, throat and nausea.
EYE CONTACT - this material may be an eye irritant.
SKIN CONTACT - this material may be slightly irritating.
INGESTION - very low order of toxicity, no hazards are anticipated from
ingestion incidental to handling.
CARCINOGENICITY: Not indicated.
MUTAGENCITY: Not indicated.
TERATOGENICITY: Not indicated.
REPRODUCIVE TOXICITY: Not indicated.
SYNERGISTIC PRODUCTS: None known.
SECTION 7: PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE USE & HANDLING
VENTILATION - Good general ventilation is sufficient in most cases.
SKIN PROTECTION - rubber, chemical resistant neoprene to prevent skin contact.
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION - yes, if ventilation is not adequate or when spraying.
EYE PROTECTION - goggles or face shield.
CLOTHING - clean if exposed to spill.
STORAGE AND HANDLING - keep from freezing. Store in a well ventilated area and
away from source of heat (between 5-39 degrees C).
SPILL/LEAK PROCEDURES - avoid entry into sewers or waterways clean up with
water before allowing to dry. Sodium chloride can be sprinkled on the spill,
which may coagulate the latex and facilitate cleaning with water. Place waste
in a closed container. Wear adequate protective equipment during clean up.
Flush area with water.
SECTION 8: EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES
INHALATION - remove source of contamination or remove victim to fresh air. If
symptoms persist, obtain medical attention immediately. If breathing has
stopped, use CPR and call for emergency medical attention.
EYE CONTACT - flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes and
seek medical attention if irritation persists.
SKIN CONTACT - wash with soap and water.
INGESTION - if swallowed induce vomiting. Immediately consult a physician.
SECTION 9: PREPARATION OF MSDS
PREPARED BY: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY
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