MSDS

Revised 15 Mar 2011

CLEARNEON FLUORESCENT POLYURETHANE

MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION

   

 

  Marketer:

Clearneon Inc.

    8116 W. Central Ave.  
    Wichita, KS 67212  
  Phone:

316-722-5825

     
  Chemical Trade Name, Synonyms: NA
     
  Chemical Family: Mixture
     
  Chemical Formula: Proprietary Formula
     

HAZARDOUS iNGREDIENTS

     
  All Material considered Non-Hazardous
     

PHYSICAL DATA

     
  Boiling Point -13 degrees to over 212 degres farenheit
     
  Vapor Density (Air=1) Greater than 1.0
     
  Solubility in water Until Dry
     
  Specific Gravity (water=1) Less than 1.0
     
  Percent Volatile by weight Approx. 10%
     
  Evaporation Rate (BuAce=1) Less than 1.0
     
  Appearance and odor Opaque white liquid, with no odor
     

HAZARDOUS REACTIVITY

     
  Stability Stable
     
  Conditions to avoid Heat
     
  Hazardous Polymerization Will not occur
     
  Hazardous Decomposition Products Carbon monoxide, other gasses possible if thermally decomposed.
     

FIRST AID

     
  Inhalation Remove to fresh air. Artificial respiration, consult physician.
     
  Skin contact Wash with soap and water. Remove soaked clothing to avoid prolonged skin contact.
     
  Eye Contact Flush eyes well with running water for 15 minutes.
     
  Ingestion Call Physician or poison control center immediately. Proper dependent on condition of patient and amount ingested.
     

SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES

     
  Steps to be taken in case material is released or spilled Ventilate area well. Soak up on suitable absorbent material.
     
  Waste disposal method. Conventional solvent waste receptacle. Dispose of in accordance with all local, state and federal government regulations. Avoid contamination of groundwater.
     

SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION

     
  Respiration Protection IIf TLV is exceeded wear NIOSH-approved self contained.
     

FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA

     
  Flammability category Non-flammable
     
  Flash Point > 180 degrees farenheit (for Dimethyl Ether)
     
  Flammable Limits LEL 3.4 UEL 18.0
     
  Extingishing Media Dry Chemical, Carbon Dioxide, Halon, Alcohol Foam, Water
     
  Special Fire Fighting Procedures Avoid possible accumulations of vapors at floor level, as vapor is heavier than air. Self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing should be worn in fighting fires involving chemicals.
     

HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION

     
 

Suggested Exposure Guidline

400 ppm
     
  Primary Route of Exposure skin contact
     
  Inhalation nausea and headaches could occur with high concentration.
     
  Skin contact mid irritation could occur.
     
  Eye contact irritation
     
  Carcinogenicity None of the componets in this material is listed by IARC, NTP, OSHA, or ACGIH as a carcinogen.
     
  Ventilation Maintain adequate ventilation. Do not use in high concentration in enclosed or confined space. Avoid mist formation.
     
  Protective gloves none needed for normal use
     
  Eye protection safety glasses or goggles recommended
     

HANDLING AND STORAGE PRECAUTIONS

     
  Precautions to be taken in handling and storage Do not store where temperature exceeds 180 degrees farenheit. Store away from fire, sparks or flame.
     
  D.O.T. shipping
Classification
Non-Hazardous
     
  I D Number None
     
  Label Required None, Carton must be marked Consumer Commodity.
     

SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

     
  Precautions for usage Do not use near heat, flame, or sparks. Avoid excessive breathing of vapor. Use only in accordance with directions.
     
NOTICE: This data represents typical values, not product specifications. No guarantee of accuracy or completeness is made. No responsibility is assumed for any kind of loss of damages arising from use of this data.

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