RP Series RAPTOR Pneumatic Torque Wrench Operation Manual

RP Series
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
RP SERIES Pneumatic Torque Wrenches
MODELS RP-500, RP-1000, RP-2000, RP-3000 AND RP-6000
1025 Conroy Place, Easton PA 18040 * U.S.A.
Phone: +1 610-250-5800 * Fax: +1 610-250-2700
Toll Free: 1-888-TORCUP-1
Email: sales@torcup.com * Website: www.torcup.com
Operational and Maintenance Manual for TorcUP
RP-500, RP-1000, RP-2000, RP-3000 & RP-6000
Pneumatic Torque Wrenches
Version 1: 2016 March
Series RAPTOR 500, RAPTOR 1000, RAPTOR 2000, RAPTOR 3000 and RAPTOR 6000
Pneumatic Torque Wrenches are designed for installing and removing thread fasteners
requiring precise high torque during bolt makeup and maximum torque for bolt breakdown.
TorcUP Inc. is not responsible for customer modification of tools for applications on which
TorcUP Inc. was not consulted.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION ENCLOSED.
READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING TOOL.
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYER TO PLACE THE INFORMATION IN THIS
MANUAL INTO THE HANDS OF THE OPERATOR.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN INJURY.
The Raptor tools contain alloy components which may
cause a hazard in certain explosive environments.
General Description of TorcUP RAPTOR Series Pneumatic Torque Wrenches
Torque can be adjusted by regulating the amount of airflow to the torque wrench and by
manipulating the air pressure regulating valve at the Filter/Regulator/Lubricator Unit (RAPTOR
F/R/L). On top, an airflow volume control is incorporated at the machine providing an extended
torque range. The accuracy of maintaining a selected torque is subject to the stability of your air
supply. An airflow of 40 to 55 CFMs guarantees optimum performance even within a
non-protected working environment.
The RAPTOR Series Pneumatic Torque Wrench provides torque settings of up to
6,000 Ft. Lbs, clockwise and counter clockwise rotation, random positioning
of the tool due to its free joint execution.
The use of other than genuine TorcUP replacement parts may result in safety
hazards, decreased tool performance, and increased maintenance, and may
invalidate all warranties. Repairs should be made only by authorized
personnel. Consult your nearest TorcUP Authorized Service Center.
Refer All Communications to the Nearest TorcUP Office or Distributor.
For Technical Support & Information Contact:
TorcUP Inc.
1025 Conroy Place, Easton, PA 18040 USA
Phone: +1 610-250-5800 Fax:+1 610-250-2700
email: sales@torcup.com
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FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN INJURY
Do NOT exceed Maximum Pressure. See Torque Chart with Tool. Damage May Occur.
Do not use damaged,
frayed or deteriorated
air/pneumatic hoses
and fittings.
Always wear ear protection
when operating this tool.
Keep body stance
balanced and firm.
Do not overreach
when operating this
tool.
Always wear eye
protection
when
operating or
performing
maintenance
on this tool.
Do not carry
the tool
by the hose.
The Torque Reaction Arm must be
positioned against a positive stop.
Do not use the arm as a dead
handle. Take all precautions to
make certain the operator’s hand
cannot be pinched between the
arm and a solid object.
USING THE TOOL
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Keep hands, loose clothing & long hair away from the reaction arm and working area during
operation.
This tool will exert a strong reaction force. Use proper mechanical support and correct
reaction arm positioning to control these forces. Do not position the reaction arm so that it
tilts the tool off the axis of the bolt and never use the swivel inlets as a reaction stop.
Avoid sharp bends and kinks that will cause severe back-up pressure in hoses an lead to
premature hose failure.
Use accessories recommended by TorcUP.
Use only impact sockets and accessories. Do not use hand (chrome) sockets or accessories.
Use only sockets and accessories that correctly fit the bolt or nut and function without tilting
the tool off the axis of the bolt.
This tool is not insulated against electric shock.
This equipment must not be operated or serviced unless the operator read the operating
instructions and fully understands the purpose, consequences and procedure of each step.
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OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT
Depending on the working environment and how the RAPTOR Series Pneumatic Torque
Wrench is used, your local health and safety regulations may require you protective gear
(i.e. ear protection, safety shoes, hard hat, gloves, coveralls, etc.) In case external forces are
exerted on the equipment, non-compliance with these regulations may result in injury. EAR
PROTECTION MUST BE WORN WHEN OPERATING THIS TOOL. When in continuous use
the grip casing will cool down considerably – operator should wear protective-working gloves
as a consequence.
1. Inspect, maintain, operate and install the tool in accordance with all applicable standards and
regulations (local, state, country, federal, etc.)
2. Do not remove any labels. Replace any damaged labels immediately.
3. Always use clean, dry air. Exceeding the maximum PSI recommended for the tool and noted
calibration chart may result in tool damage and/or hazardous situations including excessive
speed, rupture, or incorrect output torque or force.
4. Be sure all hoses and fittings are the correct size and tightly secured.
5. Ensure an accessible emergency shut off valve has been installed in the air supply line, and
make others aware of its location.
6. Install a properly sized safety air fuse upstream of hose and use an anti-whip device across
any hose coupling without internal shut-off, to prevent hose whipping if a hose fails or coupling
disconnects.
7. Do not use damaged, frayed or deteriorated air hoses and fittings. Do not paint hoses.
8. Keep clear of whipping air hoses. Shut off the air compressor before approaching a whipping
hose.
9. Always turn off the air supply, bleed the air pressure and disconnect the air supply hose before
installing, removing or adjusting any accessory on this tool, or before performing any maintenance on this tool or any accessory.
10.Do not lubricate tools with flammable or volatile liquids such as kerosene, diesel or jet fuel.
Use only TorcUP recommended lubricants.
11.Use only proper cleaning solvents to clean parts. Use only cleaning solvents which meet current safety and health standards. Use cleaning solvents in a well ventilated area.
12.Keep work area clean, uncluttered, ventilated and illuminated.
Safety Information When Using The Tool
1. When wearing gloves always be sure that the gloves will not prevent the throttle mechanism
from being released.
2. Always wear eye protection when operating or performing maintenance on this tool.
3. Always wear hearing protection when operating this tool.
4. Always use Personal Protective Equipment appropriate to the tool used and material worked.
This may include dust mask or other breathing apparatus, safety glasses, ear plugs, gloves,
apron, safety shoes, hard hat and other equipment.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
5.
Prevent exposure and breathing of harmful dust and particles created by the tool use.
a. Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding or other reproductive harm. Some
examples of these chemicals are:
i. Lead from based paints
ii. Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products
iii. Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To re
duce your exposure to these chemicals: work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved
safety equipment, such as dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic
particles.
6. Keep others a safe distance from your work area, or ensure they use appropriate person
protective equipment.
7. Be aware of buried, hidden or other hasards in your work environment. Do not contact or
damage cords conduits, pipes, or hoses that may contain electrical wires, explosive gases or
harmful liquids.
8. Keep heands, loose clothing, long hair and jewelry away from working end of the tool.
9. Power tools can vibrate in use. Vibration, repetitve motions or uncomfortable positions may be
harmful to your hands and arms. Stop using any tool if discomfort, tingling feeling or pain occurs.
Seek medical advice before resuming.
10. Keep body stanc balanced and firm. Do no overreach when operating this tool Anticipate and be
alert for sudden changes in motion, reaction torques, or forces during start up and operation.
11. DO NO USE THE TOOL WHEN TIRED, UNDER THE INFLUENCE OR MEDICATION, DRUGS
OR ALCOHOL.
12. Never use a damaged or malfuncting tool or accessory.
13. Do not modify the tools, safety devices or accessories.
14. Do not sue this tool for purposed other than those recommended.
15. Never exceed rated RPM of tool.
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PLACING THE TOOL IN SERVICE
1. Ensure air line is not connected to tool before performing the following steps.
2. Ensure the reaction arm is properly attached and secured to splined section on the torque tool.
3. Select your desired sq. dr. size and bolt/nut AF size impact socket or hex-drive socket for use.
4. Secure impact socket on tool sq. dr. with safety pin and securing safety o-ring on socket.
5. Use a quality Filter/Lubricator/Regulator Unit that meets airflow requirements or use TorcUP
RAPTOR F/R/L Unit.
6. Insure F/R/L has proper pneumatic oil for lubrication. See requirements for oil specifications sheet.
7. See illustration for details:
Slide Rubber Safety Ring
Over Safety Pin
Safety Pin
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
IMPORTANT
For long life of the air motor:
Use quality F/R/L Unit
Safety Screw
Must meet airflow requirements
Lubricator provides oil to air motor
Filter separates water to extend life
to motor vanes
2.
1.
Regulator allows accurate
setting of output
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
1. Torque depends on the air pressure exerted on the air motor under load. Adjusting the F/R/L Unit
Regulator Knob initially sets torque. To decrease torque output turn regulator counter-clockwise to
lower air flow/pressure. All Raptors are shipped calibrated per TorcUP Procedures.
2. Check for desired torque setting for your selected model on the supplied torque chart. On the
RAPTOR F/R/L, adjust air pressure by using the air regulator knob for desired pressure/torque.
With the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench under load (not on the nut/bolt), press the toggle switch.
Once pressure is set for desired torque output and airflow/pressure, push in on regulator knob to
lock unit. While the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench is under load, running at free speed (not
on the nut/bolt), adjust the RAPTOR F/R/L pressure at the same time.
A. Setting torque for Bolt Tightening
1. Establish the air pressure required using the Torque Calibrated Chart, provided with the tool.
2. Push trigger using tightening direction per A on below diagram.
3. Adjust the regulator until the correct pressure is shown on the gauge by turning adjustment
knob clockwise.
B. Setting torque for Bolt Loosening
1. Establish the air pressure required using the Torque Calibrated Chart, provided with the tool.
2. Push Trigger using loosening Direction per B on below diagram.
3. Set the air pressure the same as with tightening.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
After extended use of the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench, air pressure setting should be
rechecked and may require minor adjustment. This is usually caused by variations in your air
supply unit providing airflow to F/R/L Unit or due to weather conditions.
WARNING
Within the very first hours of operation a slight amount of grease may leak through the equipment
casing. In this case remove excess to avoid risk of slipping while running the equipment or – for
some specific applications – environmental pollution.
In case of degrading performance or other apparent damage immediately send your RAPTOR
Series Torque Wrench to TorcUP, Inc or contact your Local Representative or Distributor. Unit
must be properly packaged for shipping.
Operating Procedures
Unauthorized manipulation of air motor, valves, & TorcUP F/R/L Unit or tampering with either will result in loss of warranty! Also for the life of your TorcUP RAPTOR Series Torque
Wrench air supply should be clean and free of particles, water and other remains. Pollution of hose couplings or aggressive substances reaching air motor via the supply hose
may cause damage to air motor vanes. Use approved F/R/L Units to obtained oil-enriched
and filtered supply. Non-compliance with the specified operating air pressure will result in
higher wear of the motor. Degradation in performance is likely to result. Also for extreme
cold weather use approved cold weather pneumatic lubrication to prevent freeze ups.
Beware of low-pressure air components. Do not fold or bend the supply hose excessively and
check for damage before use. A damaged hose must not be used, as there is a risk of a hose
burst. This may lead to a wildly lashing hose with a risk of personal injury. Also check air fitting
and connections tightness or damage.
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TIGHTENING AND LOOSENING OF BOLTS OR NUTS
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Beware of non-fixed freely rotating reaction arms or of rotating impact sockets.
•
Loose clothes, long hair, cables, etc. are always to be kept away from danger/rotation area.
When the machine is put into operation wearing ear protection, safety shoes and safety
goggles is mandatory.
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Never leave a running RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench unattended and always be ready to
switch off the machine if necessary. Maintain a safety distance of arm length.
•
Always place the impact socket or hex driver snugly on screw or nut/bolt. Faulty screw or nut/
bolt connections may result in exceeding the mechanical stress limit of the material, causing it
to break. Parts splintering off may cause bruises or even life-threatening injuries.
•
Due to emission of an air-oil mixture, a breathing mask must be worn, especially when working over the head and in tight, secluded spaces.
When torquing and untorquing fasteners, always hold/position the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench in
line with the fastener axis to avoid damage to the application. See illustration on the following page.
The indicated calibrated torque settings have to be considered only as a guideline. Because of variations in pressure and/or air flow, as well as other application issues, deviations from the calibration
certificate may be necessary. Due to the CFM required when the tool is running at free speed, it may
not be possible to set the regulator to the desired pressure due to air pressure drop off. The CFM
requirement is lower once the tool is under load, so if this happens, set the regulator to the desired
PSI without the tool running. Try tightening down the fastener and check the PSI when the tool stalls.
If the tool stalls at the PSI setting, the desired torque has been reached. If it has stalled before, try
adjusting regulator higher until the correct stall PSI is reached.
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TIGHTENING AND LOOSENING OF BOLTS OR NUTS
Because of the high mechanical stress on the RAPTOR Series air motor it is essential to provide
the F/R/L Unit with sufficient oil supply. Non-compliance bears risk of damaging the vanes of
the air motor. Enriching the supply by adjusting the oil feed on F/R/L to 2 to 3 drops per minute
will suffice for heavy continuous equipment use.
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1. Place your RAPTOR Series Torque wrench completely over and on the fastener to be tightened
or loosened. (4)
2. Ensure the reaction area / moment is taken up
by the Reaction Arm (5). Also ensure reaction
is stable and will support counter torque.
3. Hold RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench perpendicular to fastener axis (6) for the complete
duration of rotation process for tightening or
loosening.
4. After activating the toggle switch (3) on the
pistol grip, when tightening the fastener the
Tool will rotate until it becomes torqued and
the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench will then
stall out.
5. The toggle will then need to be depressed in
the opposite direction for opposite tool rotation
to release counter torque load off the reaction
arm. Once this done, you then can remove and
move to your next fastener.
6. For loosening a fastener, the unit will continue
to rotate until the fastener is removed or when
fastener is loose by hand you can stop move
to next fastener.
7. Continue the process for tightening or loosening for each fastener you require.
8. If torque requirements require your application to go in torque increments, then set RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench to your first torque
requirement. Tighten fastener as per your
required tightening bolt sequence. Then reset
for next settings on F/R/L unit by adjusting
regulating knob as described earlier.
9. Your personnel can be trained by your TorcUP
Representative or Distributor on use of this
product if so desired.
CHANGING ACCESSORIES
1. Remove RAPTOR Series from work and back off the regulator knob to decrease the pressure to zero
while depressing toggle switch.
2. Disconnect the air hose to the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench.
3. Remove and change socket or accessory adaptor for next project. Insure socket or accessory is properly secured to square drive with locking pin and safety securing o-ring.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
Square drive
Min. Torque (ft/lbs)
Max. Torque (ft/lbs)
Min. Torque (nm)
Max. Torque (nm)
Height (in)
Height (mm)
Square Drive (in)
Square Drive (mm)
Dimension Length (in)
Dimension Length (mm)
Diameter (in)
Diameter (mm)
Weight (lbs) w/o arm
Weight (Kg) w/o arm
Performance Data (RPM)
- RPM @ 10 psi
- Tool Max Pressure
- RPM @ MAX psi
RAPTOR
500
¾”
78
530
106
719
7.89"
200.4
0.75"
19.05
6.80"
172.7
2.56"
65.0
9
4.1
RAPTOR
1000
1”
148
1030
201
1396
7.89"
200.4
1.0"
25.4
8.87"
225.3
2.85"
72.4
12
5.4
RAPTOR
2000
1”
231
2015
313
2732
7.89"
200.4
1.0"
25.4
9.40"
238.8
3.09"
78.5
16
7.3
RAPTOR
3000
1”
484
3070
656
4162
8.06"
204.7
1.0"
25.4
10.62"
269.7
3.75"
95.3
20
9.1
RAPTOR
6000
1 1/2"
714
5990
968
8121
8.69"
220.7
1.5"
38.1
12.32"
312.9
5.00"
127.0
36
16.3
16.5
80psi
44
7.0
70psi
15
3.5
90psi
9.0
1.75
65psi
4.0
1.25
90psi
3.0
Requirements: Air Pressure 10-90 psi - Flow 44-55 CFM
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Air Reg.
PSI
10
RAPTOR
500
RAPTOR
1000
RAPTOR
2000
RAPTOR
3000
RAPTOR
6000
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
Noise and Vibrations
Sound pressure level, measured in accordance OSHA & German Machinery-Noise-InformationLeaflet-3-GSGV requirements dated 18 Jan 1991, §1, (1 e) at maximum equipment performance is
just over 85 dB(A).
In accordance with §1, (2) of the same leaflet sound pressure levels were measured for different
work cycles, with the sensor at a distance of 1 meter to the geometric center of the machine.
Vibrations become moderate just prior reaching the pre-set torque value.
On request RAPTOR Series Pneumatic Torque Wrenches with lower sound pressure levels (<85
dB(A)) are available as special modification. Because this modification comprises a sound
absorber, relevant torque values may change on given unit.
Beware of components under pressure. Inadvertent activation of the torque wrench may lead to
both a risk of injury as well as damage to property. When detaching the supply air hose always
shut off air to supply first. Non-compliance with procedure may result in an out-of –control
supply hose thus risking injury personal injury and damage to property.
Storing Your RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench
1. Shut off pressurized air to the F/R/L by turning off the air to F/R/L Unit.
2. Bleed off air by depressing toggle switch either direction on the Pistol Grip.
3. Disconnect the supply hose from the F/R/L Unit and disconnect the air hose at RAPTOR Series Pneumatic Torque Wrench.
4. If the RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench is not to be used for an extended period of time,
spray pneumatic lubricating oil into RAPTOR Series Fitting. Reconnect air hose and
supply hose to the F/R/L Unit air inlet fitting. Cycle the F/R/L unit momentarily to ensure that
2-3 drops of lubricating oil has entered into the air motor. Then stop and shut-off the
system as previously mentioned above and store your RAPTOR Series Torque Wrench
in the case that it was shipped in.
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RAPTOR 500
ITEM
QTY.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-ASSY
2
1
RP-AM19-41
3
35
RP-CM-BB
4
3
RP-05-ST-G
5
1
RP-05-ST1
6
3
RP-05-ST-G
7
1
RP-05-ST2
8
1
RP-05-HSA
9
2
RP-05-DOWEL
10
2
RP-05-TW
THRUST WASHER
11
1
RP-05-NRB
NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING
12
1
RP-05-DSTA
DRIVE STAGE ASSEMBLY
13
1
RP-05-MB
14
1
RP-05-ORING-MA
MAIN ANNULUS O-RING
15
1
RP-05-ORING-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS O-RING
16
4
RP-CM-SS-DA
17
1
RP-05-DA
HANDLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY
AIR MOTOR BALL RETAINER
STEEL BALL
SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY(SAME FOR
STAGE 1&2)
1 STAGE ASSEMBLY
SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY(SAME FOR
ST
2
STAGE 1&2)
ND
STAGE ASSEMBLY
HIGH SPEED ANNULUS
LONG HARDENED DOWEL
MAIN BEARING
DRIVE ANNULUS SET SCREW
DRIVE ANNULUS
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RAPTOR 1000 1” Drive
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-ASSY
2
1
RP-AM19-41
3
35
RP-CM-BB
4
3
RP-10-ST1-G
5
1
RP-10-ST1
6
3
RP-10-ST2-G
2ND STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
7
1
RP-10-ST2
2ND STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
8
1
RP-10-HSA
HIGH SPEED ANNULUS
9
1
RP-10-TW
THRUST WASHER
10
1
RP-10-ST3A
11
1
RP-10-DSTA-1
12
1
RP-10-MB-1
13
1
RP-CM-OR-MA
MAIN ANNULUS O-RING DRIVE
14
1
RP-10-OR-DA-1
DRIVE ANNULUS O-RING
15
4
RP-CM-SS-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS SET SCREW
16
1
RP-10-DA-1
HANDLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY
AIR MOTOR BALL RETAINER
STEEL BALL
1ST STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
1ST STAGE GEAR ASSEMBLY
3RD STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
DRIVE STAGE ASSEMBLY
MAIN BEARING
DRIVE ANNULUS
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RAPTOR 1000 3/4” Drive
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-ASSY
2
1
RP-AM19-41
3
35
RP-CM-BB
4
3
RP-10-ST1-G
5
1
RP-10-ST1
6
3
RP-10-ST2-G
2ND STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
7
1
RP-10-ST2
2ND STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
8
1
RP-10-HSA
HIGH SPEED ANNULUS
9
1
RP-10-TW
THRUST WASHER
10
1
RP-10-ST3A
3RD STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
11
1
RP-10-DSTA
DRIVE STAGE ASSEMBLY
12
1
RP-10-MB
13
1
RP-CM-OR-MA
MAIN ANNULUS O-RING DRIVE
14
1
RP-10-OR-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS O-RING
15
4
RP-CM-SS-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS SET SCREW
16
1
RP-10-DA
HANDLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY
AIR MOTOR BALL RETAINER
STEEL BALL
1ST STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
1ST STAGE GEAR ASSEMBLY
MAIN BEARING
DRIVE ANNULUS
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RAPTOR 2000
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-ASSY
2
1
RP-AM19-41
3
35
RP-CM-BB
4
3
RP-20-ST1-G
1st STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
5
1
RP-20-ST1
1ST STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
6
3
RP-20-ST2-G
2ND STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
7
1
RP-20-ST2
2ND STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
8
1
RP-20-HSA
HIGH SPEED ANNULUS
9
2
RP-CM-OR-MA
MAIN ANNULUS O-RING
10
1
RP-20-ST3A
3RD STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
11
1
RP-20-DSTA
DRIVE STAGE ASSEMBLY
12
2
RP-20-MB
13
1
RP-20-OR-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS O-RING
14
4
RP-CM-SS-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS SET SCREW
15
1
RP-20-DA
HANDLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY
AIR MOTOR BALL RETAINER
STEEL BALL
MAIN BEARING
DRIVE ANNULUS
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RAPTOR 3000
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-ASSY
2
1
RP-AM19-41
3
35
RP-CM-BB
4
3
RP-30-ST1-G
1ST STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
5
1
RP-30-ST1
1ST STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
6
3
RP-30-ST2-G
2ND STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
7
1
RP-30-ST2
2ND STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
8
1
RP-30-HSA
HIGH SPEED ANNULUS
9
1
RP-30-TW-HSA
HIGH SPEED THRUST WASHER
10
1
RP-CM-OR-MA
MAIN ANNULUS O-RING
11
1
RP-30-ST3A
12
4
RP-CM-SS-DA
13
1
RP-30-DA
14
1
RP-30-ST4A
15
1
RP-30-DSTA
16
1
RP-30-TW-DS
17
1
RP-30-AH
18
1
RP-30-OR-DA
DRIVE ANNULUS O-RING
19
1
RP-30-OR-AH
ANNULUS HEAD O-RING
20
1
RP-30-RR
21
1
RP-30-OR-AC
22
4
RP-30-AC
23
1
RP-30-AH-SCREW
HANDLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY
AIR MOTOR BALL RETAINER
STEEL BALL
3RD STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
DRIVE ANNULUS SET SCREW
DRIVE ANNULUS
4
TH
STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
DRIVE STAGE ASSEMBLY
DRIVE STAGE THRUST WASHER
ANNULUS HEAD
RETAINING RING
ANNULUS CAP O-RING
ANNULUS CAP
ANNULUS HEAD SCREW
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RAPTOR 6000
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
QTY.
1
1
35
3
1
3
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
PART #
RP-AM19-ASSY
RP-AM19-41
RP-CM-BB
RP-60-ST1-G
RP-60-ST1
RP-60-ST2-G
RP-60-ST2
RP-CM-OR-MA
RP-60-HSA
RP-60-ST3A
RP-CM-SS-DA
RP-60-DA
RP-60-ST4A
RP-60-ST4A-TW
RP-60-DSTA
RP-60-DSTA-TW
RP-60-AH
RP-60-OR-DA
RP-60-OR-AH
RP-60-RR
RP-60-OR-AC
RP-60-AC
RP-60-AH-SCREW
DESCRIPTION
HANDLE AND MOTOR ASSEMBLY
AIR MOTOR BALL RETAINER
STEEL BALL
ST
1 STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
1ST STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
2ND STAGE SPUR GEAR ASSEMBLY
2ND STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
MAIN ANNULUS O-RING
HIGH SPEED ANNULUS
RD
3 STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
DRIVE ANNULUS SET SCREW
DRIVE ANNULUS
TH
4 STAGE GEAR CAGE ASSEMBLY
4TH STAGE THRUST WASHER
DRIVE STAGE ASSEMBLY
DRIVE STAGE THRUST WASHER
ANNULUS HEAD
DRIVE ANNULUS O-RING
ANNULUS HEAD O-RING
RETAINING RING
ANNULUS CAP O-RING
ANNULUS CAP
ANNULUS HEAD SCREW
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RAPTOR F/R/L BOM
Raptor F/R/L System
2
Raptor
1
12
5
3
6
Pneumatic Torque Wrench
Filter/Regulator/ Lubricator
11
9
8
4
7
10
13
ITEM
QTY.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-FRL-001
Precision Regulator
2
1
RP-FRL-001-K
Knob for Precision Regulator
3
1
RP-FRL-002
Lubricator Unit
4
1
RP-FRL-002-B
Bowl Assembly for Lubricator Unit
5
1
RP-FRL-002-SG
Sight Glass for Lubricator Unit
6
1
RP-FRL-003
Filter with Auto Drain
7
1
RP-FRL-003-B
Bowl Assembly for Filter w/ Auto Drain
8
1
RP-FRL-003-F
Filter Element
9
2
RP-FRL-004
Mounting Brackets
10
1
RP-FRL-005
Yellow Roll Cage
11
1
RP-FRL-006
10’ Hose Assembly
12
1
RP-FRL-007
Pressure Gauge
13
1
RP-FRL-010
½” Hose Barb to Female Coupler
N/A
1
RP-FRL
RP Filter/Regulator/Lubricator Assembly
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Raptor F/R/L Silencer System
4
5
6
3
2
3
1
ITEM
QTY.
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-FRL-006
10’ Hose Assembly
2
1
RP-FRL-010
½” Hose Barb to Female Coupler
3
1
RP-FRL-008
½” NPT Fitting to ½” Push Lock
4
1
RP-FRL-016
½” NPT Male to ½” NPT Female 90 ̊
5
1
RP-FRL-017
½” NPT Lock Nut
6
1
AP-CEM
Coalescing Exhaust Muffler
N/A
1
RPA-SilencerKit
Raptor F/R/L with Silencer Kit
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RAPTOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY
RAPTOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY
\
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-01
HANDLE HOUSING
2
1
RP-AM19-03
GASKET
3
1
RP-AM19-11-1
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
4
1
RP-AM19-21
BACKHEAD SPACER
5
1
RP-AM19-23
BACKHEAD
6
1
RP-AM19-25
TRIGGER
7
2
RP-AM19-27
SNAP RING
8
2
RP-AM19-29
POPPET VALVE ASSEMBLY
9
1
RP-AM19-33
INLET BUSHING O-RING
10
1
RP-AM19-35
INLET BUSHING
11
1
RP-AM19-37
12
1
RP-AM19-35-1
13
1
RP-AM19-41
INLET BUSHING CAP SCREW
INLET BUSHING MUFFLER
ELEMENT
BALL RETAINER
14
1
RP-AM19-43
DOWEL PIN
N/A
1
RP-AM19-ASSY
RAPTOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY
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RAPTOR HANDLE ASSEMBLY
RAPTOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-05
FRONT BEARING
2
1
RP-AM19-07
FRONT END PLATE
3
1
RP-AM19-09
DOWEL
4
1
RP-AM19-11
MOTOR HOUSING
5
6
RP-AM19-13
VANES
6
1
RP-AM19-15
ROTOR
7
1
RP-AM19-17
BACK END PLATE
8
1
RP-AM19-19
BACK BEARING
N/A
1
RP-AM19-11-1
MOTOR ASSEMBLY
RAPTOR POPPET VALVE ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-29-1
POPPET VALVE BODY
2
1
RP-AM19-29-2
POPPET VALVE STEM
3
1
RP-AM19-29-3
POPPET VALVE SMALL O-RING
4
1
RP-AM19-29-4
POPPET VALVE
5
1
RP-AM19-31
POPPET VALVE SPRING
6
2
RP-AM19-33
POPPET VALVE LARGE O-RING
N/A
1
RP-AM19-29
POPPET VALVE ASSEMBLY
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RAPTOR DUAL PORT INLET ASSEMBLY
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-AM19-2PORT-1
DUAL PORT INLET
2
1
RP-AM19-33
DUAL PORT INLET SMALL O-RING
3
1
RP-AM19-2PORT-2
DUAL PORT INLET LARGE O-RING
N/A
1
RP-AM19-2PORT
DUAL PORT INLET ASSEMBLY
RAPTORDUAL
DUAL
PORT
INLET
HOSE
RAPTOR
PORT
INLET
HOSE
1
3
2
ITEM
QTY.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1
RP-FRL-012
3/8” NPT FITTING TO ½” PUSH LOCK
2
1
RP-FRL-HOSE
1’ PNEUMATIC HOSE
3
1
RP-FRL-009
1/2” MALE COUPLER TO ½” PUSH LOCK
N/A
1
RP-AM19-2PORT-3
DUAL PORT INLET HOSE ASSEMBLY
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Safety Data Sheet
Talon Compressor & Air Tool Lubricant
Revision Date: 6/3/15
TorcUP Part # RP-FRL-TOOLOIL
Prepared according to Global Harmonized System (GHS) standards
CHEMICAL PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
SECTION 1
Fastenal Company
2001 Theurer Boulevard
Winona, MN 55987
Tel: 763-417-1238 - Non-Emergency Questions
Product Trade Name:
CAS Number:
Synonyms/Other:
Part Number(s):
Recommended Use:
Restrictions on Use:
Created Date:
Preparation/Revision Date:
Emergency Phone Number:
SDS CODE:
Talon Compressor & Air Tool Lubricant
Mixture
N/A
Model
# 0409875,
04098770409877, 0409876, 0409874, 0409872
0409873,
Lubricant
Not Determined.
6/3/2015
6/3/2015
1-800-424-9300 (CHEMTREC)
12159
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
SECTION 2
Clear, Light Yellow
Petroleum
Hazardous to the aquatic environment (acute hazard) category 3
Not applicable.
Appearance:
Odor:
Classification:
Target Organs:
Pictogram(s):
Signal Word:
Hazard Statement:
Other Hazards:
Prevention:
Response:
Storage Procedures:
Disposal:
Other:
None required.
None required.
H412 - Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects
Not determined.
P273 - Avoid release to the environment
None required.
None required.
P501 - Dispose of contents and container in accordance with federal, state, and local
See section 11 for complete health hazard information.
SECTION 3
Component
Zinc alkyldithiophosphate
Butylated phenol
Aryl phosphite
COMPOSITION OF INGREDIENTS
CAS Number
Proprietary
128-39-2
101-02-0
Percentage (by weight)
0.1-1.0%
0.1-1.0%
<0.1%
The balance of components do not contribute to the overall classification of the fluid, according to the GHS Standard.
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Revision Date: 6/3/15
SECTION 4
Eye Contact:
Skin Contact:
Inhalation:
Ingestion:
Other:
SECTION 5
FIRST AID MEASURES
If irritation occurs, cautiously rinse eyes with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 5
minutes, while holding the eyelids open. If eye irritation persists: Get medical
advice/attention.
Call a doctor if you feel unwell.
Get medical advice or attention if you feel unwell or are concerned.
If you feel unwell or concerned: Get medical advice/attention. Rinse mouth. Do NOT
induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs naturally, lie on your side, in the recovery position.
No additional information
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Flash Point:
Flammable limits:
Extinguishing media:
Special firefighting procedures:
Not determined.
Not determined.
Use dry chemical, alcohol foam, all purpose AFFF or carbon dioxide to extinguish fire.
DO NOT direct a solid stream of water or foam into hot, burning pools of liquid since this
may cause frothing and increase fire intensity. Frothing can be violent and possibly
endanger any firefighter standing too close to the burning liquid. Use water spray to cool
fire exposed containers and structures until fire is out if it can be done with minimal risk.
Avoid spreading burning material with water used for cooling purposes. Wear full
firefighting turn-out gear (full Bunker gear), and respiratory protection (SCBA).
Unusual fire & explosion
hazards:
Dense smoke may be generated while burning. Toxic fumes, gases or vapors may
evolve on burning. High temperatures may create heavy flammable vapors that may
settle along ground level and low spots to create an invisible fire hazard.
Fires involving this product may release oxides of carbon, phosphorus, nitrogen and
sulfur; reactive hydrocarbons and irritating vapors.
Not determined.
Not determined. Care should always be exercised in dust/mist areas.
Dispose of fire debris and contaminated extinguishing water in accordance with official
regulations.
Byproducts of combustion:
Autoignition temperature:
Explosion data:
Other:
SECTION 6
ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Spill control procedures (land): Immediately turn off or isolate any source of ignition (pilot lights, electrical equipment,
flames, heaters, etc.). Evacuate area and ventilate. Personnel wearing proper protective
equipment should contain spill immediately with inert materials (sand, earth, chemical
spill pads of cotton) by forming dikes. Dikes should be placed to contain spill in a manner
that will prevent material from entering sewers and waterways. Large spill, once
contained, may be picked up using explosion proof, non-sparking vacuum pumps,
shovels, or buckets, and disposed of in suitable containers for disposal. Clean up
residue with an appropriate solvent. If a large spill occurs notify appropriate authorities.
In case of road spill or accident contact Chem-Trec (800-424-9300).
Spill control procedures
(water):
Waste disposal method:
Other:
Try to contain large spills with floating booms to prevent spill from spreading. Remove
from surface by skimming or with suitable adsorbents. If a large spill occurs notify
appropriate authorities (normally the National Response Center or Coast Guard at 800424-8802).
Do not empty into drains. All disposals must comply with federal, state, and local
regulations. The material, if spilled or discarded may be a regulated waste. Refer to
state and local regulations. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations may apply
for transporting this material when spilled. See Section 14.
CAUTION - If spilled material is cleaned up using a regulated solvent, the resulting waste
mixture will be regulated.
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Revision Date: 6/3/15
SECTION 7
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling procedures:
Keep containers closed when not in use. Do not transfer to unmarked containers. Empty
containers retain product residue which may exhibit hazards of material, therefore do not
pressurize, cut, glaze, weld, or use for any other purposes. Return drums to reclamation
centers for proper cleaning and reuse.
Handling temperatures should not exceed 60°C (140°F) to min imize danger of burns.
Open containers carefully in a well ventilated area or use appropriate respiratory
protection. Wash thoroughly after handling.
Storage procedures:
Store containers away from heat, sparks, open flame, or oxidizing materials. Extended
storage at excessive temperatures may produce odorous and toxic fumes from product
decomposition.
No additional information.
Additional information:
SECTION 8
EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Exposure limits/standards for materials that can be formed when handling this product:
OSHA TWA
Contains highly refined petroleum oil
*5 mg/m³
(PEL)
OSHA STEL ACGIH TWA
*10 mg/m³
* Exposure limits not defined. Limits used are for, "oil mist".
*5 mg/m³
(TLV)
TWA – Time Weighted Average is the employee’s average airborne exposure in
any 8-hour work shift of a 40-hour work week which shall not be exceeded.
STEL – Short Term Exposure Limit is the employee’s 15-minute time weighted
average exposure which shall not be exceeded at any time during a work day
unless another time limit is specified.
All base oils, including additive carriers, contain <3.0% DMSO extractable material.
Personal protection:
Respiratory protection:
Eye protection:
Hand protection:
Other protection:
Local control measures:
Other:
Applicable mainly to persons in repeated contact situations such as packaging of
product, service/maintenance, and cleanup/spill control personnel.
None required if ventilation is adequate. Otherwise a respiratory protection program
meeting OSHA 1910.134 and ANSI Z88.2 requirements must be followed. Where
misting may occur, wear an MSHA/NIOSH approved (or equivalent) half-mask form
dust/mist air purifying respirator.
Eye protection is strongly recommended. Wear safety glasses with side shields or
vented/splash proof goggles (ANSI Z87.1 or approved equivalent).
Impervious, chemically resistant gloves such as neoprene or nitrile rubber to avoid skin
sensitization and absorption.
Use of an apron and overboots of chemically impervious materials such as neoprene or
nitrile rubber is recommended based on level of activity and exposure. If handling hot
material use insulated protective equipment. Launder soiled clothes. Properly dispose of
contaminated leather articles and other materials which cannot be decontaminated.
Use adequate ventilation when working with material in an enclosed area. Mechanical
methods such as fume hoods or area fans may be used to reduce localized vapor/mist
areas. If vapor or mist is generated when the material handled, adequate ventilation in
accordance with good engineering practice must be provided to maintain concentrations
below the specified exposure. Eyewash stations and showers should be available in
areas where this material is used and stored.
Consumption of food and drink should be avoided in work areas where product is
present. Always wash hands and face with soap and water before eating, drinking or
smoking.
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Revision Date: 6/3/15
SECTION 9
Appearance:
Odor:
Odor threshold:
pH:
Melting/Freezing point:
Initial boiling point:
Boiling range:
Flash point:
Evaporation rate:
Flammability:
Upper flammable limit:
Lower flammable limit:
Vapor pressure:
Vapor density:
Relative density:
Solubility:
Partition Coefficient:
Auto-ignition temperature:
Decomposition temperature:
Viscosity:
Other
SECTION 10
Reactivity
Chemical stability:
Hazardous polymerization:
Conditions to avoid:
Incompatibility with other
materials:
Decomposition products:
Other:
SECTION 11
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Clear, Light Yellow
Petroleum
Not determined.
Not applicable.
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
207°C
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
0.870 @ 15.6°C
Negligible in water, miscible in most petroleum solvents.
Not determined.
Not determined.
Not determined.
31 cSt @ 40°C
Not applicable.
STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Material is chemically stable at room temperatures and pressure.
Will not occur.
Avoid high temperatures and product contamination.
Avoid contact with acids and strong oxidizing materials.
Smoke, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and other aldehydes of incomplete
combustion. Oxides of carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur; reactive hydrocarbons and irritating
vapors.
Not applicable.
TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Acute toxicity (LD50) *See note at the bottom of the section
>5000 mg/kg
Oral:
>5000 mg/kg
Dermal:
>20.0 mg/l
Inhalation:
Non-irritant
Skin irritation:
Non-irritant
Eye irritation:
Not expected to have a sensitizing effect.
Dermal sensitization:
Not expected to have a sensitizing effect.
Respiratory sensitization:
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Revision Date: 6/3/15
Aspiration Hazard:
Chronic Toxicity
Mutagenicity:
Carcinogenicity:
Reproductive toxicity:
STOT-single exposure:
STOT-repeated exposure:
Other:
SECTION 12
Environmental toxicity
Fish:
Invertebrates:
Aquatic plants:
Microorganism:
Persistence/Degradability:
Bioaccumulation:
Mobility in soil:
Other:
SECTION 13
Waste disposal:
Other
Not applicable
Not suspected of causing genetic defects
Not suspected of causing cancer.
Not expected to have adverse effects on reproduction.
Not expected to have adverse effects.
Not expected to have long term adverse effects.
*All data in this section is based off calculations from Part 3 of the Globally Harmonized
System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) utilizing information from the
constituent components.
ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
> 100 mg/l.
> 100 mg/l.
> 100 mg/l.
> 100 mg/l.
This product is not expected to be readily biodegradable.
Not determined.
Not determined.
All classifications are based on calculations in Part 4 of the Globally Harmonized System
of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) utilizing information from the
constituent components.
DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
This product unadulterated by other materials can be classified as a non-hazardous
waste. Depending on use, used product may be regulated. Dispose of in a licensed
facility. Do not discharge product in to sewer system. Dispose of containers by crushing
or puncturing, so as to prevent unauthorized use of used containers. Waste
management should be in full compliance with federal, state, and local laws.
The transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of RCRA waste material must be
conducted in compliance with 40 CFR 262, 263, 264, 268 and 270. Chemical additions,
processing or otherwise altering this material may make the waste management
information presented in this SDS incomplete, inaccurate or otherwise inappropriate.
TRANSPORT INFORMATION
SECTION 14
Land Transport (DOT):
Proper Shipping Name:
Land Transport (TDG):
Proper Shipping Name:
Sea Transport (IMDG):
Proper Shipping Name:
Air Transport (IATA):
Proper Shipping Name:
Other:
Not Regulated.
Not Applicable.
Not Regulated.
Not Applicable.
Not Regulated.
Not Applicable.
Not Regulated.
Not Applicable.
Not Applicable.
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Revision Date: 6/3/15
REGULATORY INFORMATION
SECTION 15
Federal Regulation
Clean water act/oil:
TSCA:
Other TSCA:
SARA title III:
CERCLA:
State Regulations
Right-to-know
Other:
Under Section 311 of the Clean Water Act (40 CFR 110) and the Oil Pollution Control Act
of 1990, this material is considered an oil. Any spill or discharges that produce a visible
sheen or film on surface of water, or in waterways, ditches, or sewers leading to surface
water must be reported. Contact the National Response Center at 800-424-8802.
All components of this material are listed in the U.S. TSCA Inventory.
Not applicable.
Section 302/304 extremely hazardous substances:
None.
Section 311, 312 hazard categorization:
Acute (immediate health effects):
NO
NO
Chronic (delayed health effects):
NO
Fire (hazard):
NO
Reactivity (hazard):
NO
Pressure ( sudden release hazard):
Section 313 toxic chemicals:
No components present are at or greater than the de minimis (minimum reportable)
concentration requirements for reporting.
For stationary/moving sources – reportable quantity (due to): Not hazardous due to the
petroleum exclusion.
Not determined.
A release of this product, as supplied, is exempt from reporting under the Comprehensive
Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA). However, releases
may be reportable to the Nation Response Center under the Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C.
1321(b)(3) and (5) - see head of Section 15. Failure to report may result in substantial
civil and criminal penalties.
Recommend contacting the local authorities in the event of any type of spill to determine
local reporting requirements and also to aid in the cleanup.
OTHER INFORMATION
SECTION 16
NFPA 704
1
1
0
None
N/A
HEALTH:
FIRE:
REACTIVITY:
SPECIFIC HAZARD:
PROTECTION INDEX:
Version:
NPCA-HMIS
1
1
0
N/A
B
KEY
0 = Minimal
1 = Slight
2 = Moderate
3 = Serious
4 = Severe
I
INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS SDS IS CONSIDERED ACCURATE AND RELIABLE BASED ON INFORMATION ISSUED FROM INTERNAL AND OUTSIDE SOURCES TO THE
BEST OF THE AUTHORS' KNOWLEDGE. HOWEVER, THE AUTHOR'S MAKE NO REPRESENTATIONS, GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR THE PARTICULAR PURPOSE, REGARDING THE ACCURACY OF SUCH INFORMATION OR THE RESULT TO BE OBTAINED FROM THE
USE THEREOF, OR AS TO THE SUFFICIENCY OF THE INFORMATION HEREIN PRESENTED. THE AUTHORS ASSUME NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INJURY TO RECIPIENT OR TO
THIRD PERSONS OR FOR ANY DAMAGE TO ANY PROPERTY AND RECIPIENT ASSUMES ALL SUCH RISKS.
Revisions / Comments:
None.
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  
  
       

    
       
                    
        
                      


                   

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
                       
                     

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

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

           
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                         
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