Safety Data Sheet S D 134

Safety Data Sheet S D 134
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Safety Data Sheet
Section 1: Product and Company Identification
Product Identifier and Other Means of Identification
Product Name: Super Duster 134
MSDS Code: 402A-Aerosol
Related Part #: 402A-140G, 402A-285G, 402A-450G
Recommended Use and Restriction on Use
Use: Aerosol duster
Uses Advised Against: Not available
Details of Manufacturer or Importer
Manufacturer
MG Chemicals
1210 Corporate Drive
Burlington, Ontario L7L 5R6
CANADA
MG Chemicals (Head Office)
9347-193 Street
Surrey, British Columbia V4N 4E7
CANADA

1-800-340-0772
FAX 1-800-340-0773
E-MAIL : [email protected]
WEB www.mgchemicals.com
 1-905-331-1396
FAX 1-905-331-2682
E-MAIL : [email protected]
E-MAIL (Competent Person): [email protected]
Emergency Phone Number
For hazardous material incidents ONLY—leaks, spills, fires, exposures or accidents
USA or CANADA: Call CHEMTREC : 1-800-424-9300
For emergencies involving dangerous goods; Collect 24/7
CANADA: Call CANUTEC : 1-613-996-6666 or *666 on cellular phones
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Section 2: Hazards Identification
Classification of Hazardous Chemical
WHMIS Classification
A – Aerosol Container
GHS Categories
Criteria
Category
Gas under pressure
Liquefied gas
3
Signal
Word
Pictograms
Warning
Other Classifications
HMIS® RATING
NFPA® 704 CODES
HEALTH:
1
FLAMMABILITY:
0
PHYSICAL HAZARD:
0
PERSONAL PROTECTION:
0
1
Approximate HMIS and NFPA Risk Ratings Legend:
0 (Low or none); 1 (Slight); 2 (Moderate); 3 (Serious); 4 (Severe)
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Label Elements
Signal Word
WARNING
Pictograms
Hazard Statements
H280: Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated
Precautionary Statements
Prevention
P251: Do not pierce or burn, even after use.
HOLD CAN UPRIGHT to avoid ejection of liquid stream during use.
Storage
P410 + P412: Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures
exceeding 50 °C [122 °F].
Hazards Not Otherwise Classified
May cause frostbite in contact with skin. (Liquid form can be ejected if the aerosol can is not
held upright during use.) Warning
Intentional misuse and inhalation abuse may cause cardiac or central nervous systems
effects. Warning
Section 3: Hazardous Ingredients
CAS #
Chemical Name
Wt%
811-97-2
1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane
>99%
Note: Commonly referred to as HFC 134a
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Section 4: First Aid Measures
Exposure Condition
IF IN EYES
GHS Code/Symptoms/Precautionary Statements
P305, P351, P338, P310
Immediate Symptoms
frostbite
Response
Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes.
Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do.P338:
Continue rinsing.
Get medical advice/attention
If eye irritation
persists
IF ON SKIN
P302, P352, P310
Immediate Symptoms
frostbite
Response
Wash with plenty of water.
Do not remove clothes.
If skin irritation
occurs
Get medical advice/attention
IF INHALED
P304, P340
Immediate Symptoms
dizziness, drowsiness, heart thumping, lightheadedness
Response
Remove person to fresh air (out of the contaminated zone) and
keep comfortable for breathing.
If feeling unwell
P310: Get medical advice/attention
IF SWALLOWED
P301, P330, P331, P310
Immediate Symptoms
frostbite (mouth), irritation
Response
Rinse mouth.
Do NOT induce vomiting.
If feeling unwell
Get medical advice/attention
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Section 5: Fire Fighting Measures
Auto-ignition
Temperature
>750 °C
[797 °F]
Flash Point
Not
applicable
LFL [LEL]a)
UFL [UEL]
Not
applicable
In case of fire
P370, P378
Response
Use dry chemical, carbon dioxide, chemical foam, or water spray
to extinguish. Use water spray to cool containers.
Combustion Products
Produces CO, CO2, halogenated compounds, and hydrogen
fluorides
Fire-Fighter
Wear self-contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting
General Information
Vapors may accumulate in low-lying areas. Aerosol container
may erupt with force at temperatures above 50 °C [122 °F].
Produces irritating and toxic fumes in fires or in contact with hot
surfaces.
a) LF[E]L = Lower Flammability [or Explosion] Limit (in volume %);
UF[E]L = Upper Flammability [or Explosion] Limit (in volume %)
Section 6: Accidental Release Measures
Personal
Protection
See Section 8. Avoid breathing the mist/vapors. For very large spills,
wear self-contained breathing apparatus before approaching the spill.
Wear cold-insulating clothing and gloves.
Containment
In case of large scale spills, evacuate personnel to safe areas. Ensure
adequate ventilation.
Cleaning
For aerosol can spill sizes, let product turn gaseous and wait for it to
disperse in atmosphere through the ventilation.
Disposal
Dispose of spill waste according to Section 13.
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Section 7: Handling and Storage
Prevention
Do not get in eye, on skin, or on clothing.
Do not breathe vapors/spray. In cases of inadequate ventilation wear
respiratory protection.
Do not pierce or burn, even after use.
Handling
Keep upright when in use. Do NOT spray when container is more than 45
degrees off vertical or inverted.
Wear protective gloves/clothing/eye protection.
RECOMMENDATION : Wear cold-insulating gloves if exposure to liquid or
aerosol jet is likely.
Storage
Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50 °C
[122 °F]. Keep in well ventilated room.
Section 8: Exposure Controls/Personal Protection
Routes of Entry
inhalation
Substances with Occupational Exposure Limit Values
Chemical Name
Country or
Vendor
Long Term
Exposure Limits
(PEL)
Short Term
Exposure Limits
(STEL)
1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane
MG Chemicals a)
ACGIH
U.S.A. OSHA PEL
Canada
1,000 ppm
Not established
Not established
Not established
Not established
Not established
Not established
Note: Ingredients are listed in descending weight contribution order (from greatest to
least). The ACGIH2, OSHA (Table Z-1), and Canadian provinces exposure limits were
consulted. Limits from by RTECS database1 of the Canadian Centre for Occupational
Health and Safety (CCOHS) a data from suppliers’ SDS were also consulted. Short term
exposure limits (STEL) are for 15 min and long term permissible exposure limits (PEL) for
8 h.
a) MG Chemicals recommended limit corresponding to prevalent international threshold
values
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Engineering Controls
Ventilation
Keep airborne concentrations below exposure limits.
Personal Protective Equipment
Eye protection
Wear appropriate protective eyeglasses or chemical safety
goggles.
RECOMMENDATION : Use safety glasses with lateral protection
(side shields).
Skin Protection
Wear appropriate protective clothing to prevent skin contact.
RECOMMENDATION : If exposure to jet or liquid is likely, use coldinsulating gloves to protect against skin.
Respiratory Protection
In high exposure scenarios, use a full-face respirator with
multipurpose combination of (US) or type AXBEK (EN 13387) to
supplement engineering control. For extreme exposures, use
full-face, self-contained breathing apparatus or supplied by air.
RECOMMENDATION : Consult your local safety supply store to
ensure your respirator has filter cartridges appropriate for the
ingredients listed in section 3 of this MSDS, and that the
respirator is fitted to the employee by a professional.
General Hygiene Considerations
Wash hands thoroughly with water and soap after handling.
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Section 9: Physical and Chemical Properties
Physical State
Liquefied gas
Appearance
Colorless
Odor
Slight, ether-like
Odor Threshold
Not available
pH
Not available
Specific Gravity
1.22
Solubility in Water
@ 25 °C
0.15% (wt)
Melting/Freezing
Point
-101 °C
[-105 °F]
Boiling Point
-26.2°C
[-15.2 °F]
Evaporation
Rate
≥1
(Ether = 1)
Flash Point
Not
applicable
Vapor Pressure
@ 25 °C
630 kPa
[4725 mmHg]
Lower Flammability
Limit
Not
applicable
Upper Flammability
Limit
Not
applicable
Auto-ignition
Temperature
750 °C
[1382 °F]
Decomposition
Temperature
Not available
Viscosity
Not
applicable
Vapor Density
3.5
(Air =1)
Partition
Coefficient
1.06
a)
Note: Literature values are used.
a) Octanol-water LogP value
Section 10: Stability and Reactivity
Stabilities
Chemically stable at normal temperatures and pressures
Conditions to
Avoid
Incompatibilities
Ignition sources, excessive heat, and incompatible substances.
Polymerization
Will not occur
Decomposition
Will not decompose under normal conditions. For thermal
decomposition, see combustion products in Section 5
Strong oxidizing agents, alkali or alkali earth metals, powdered
aluminum, zinc, magnesium, and beryllium
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Section 11: Toxicological Information
Routes of Exposure
Eyes, inhalation, and skin
Symptoms Summary
Eyes
See skin summary.
Skin
Contact with the liquid may cause frostbite due to heat lost caused by
rapid evaporation. Aerosol jet can reach -55 °C; exposure to jet can lead
to frostbites.
Inhalation
Extreme exposure may cause central nervous system depression and
irregular heart beat.
Ingestion
See inhalation and skin summaries.
Chronic
None known.
Acute Toxicity (Lethal Exposure Concentrations)
Chemical Name
LD50
oral
LD50
dermal
LC50
inhalation
TCLo
inhalation
1,1,1,2tetrafluoroethane
Not
available
Not
available
1,500 g/m3
4 h Rat
Not
available
Note: Representative toxicity data from by RTECS database of the Canadian Centre for
Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)1 data from supplier MSDS were also consulted.
Other Toxicological Effects
Skin corrosion/irritation
None known or expected.
Serious eye
damage/irritation
None known or expected.
Sensitization
(allergic reactions)
None known or expected.
Carcinogenicity
(risk of cancer)
Not classified or listed as a carcinogen by IARC, ACGIH, CA
Prop 65, or NTP
Mutagenicity
(risk of heritable genetic
effects)
No data available
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Reproductive Toxicity
(risk to sex functions)
No data available
Teratogenicity (risk of
fetus malformation)
No data available
STOT-single exposure
STOT-repeated exposure
Can affect the central nervous system and cardiovascular
systems by inhalation at extreme doses that do not give rise
to classification
No data available
Aspiration hazard
Not applicable
Section 12: Ecological Information
The IMDG Code criteria and the raw-material MSDS along with supporting data for the
classification of registered substances from the European Chemical Agency database
(http://echa.europa.eu) were used.
The 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane substance is not classifiable as an environmental toxicant.
Acute Ecotoxicity
Available toxicity data does not meet classification thresholds
Chronic Ecotoxicity
Not data available
Biodegradability
Not data available
Global Warming Potential
The 100 years global warming potential is 1430.
Other Effects
VOC exempt (0% by EPA and WHIMS guidelines)
*VOC = Regulated Volatile Organic Content
Section 13: Disposal Information
P501: Dispose of contents in accordance with all local, regional, national, and international
regulations.
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Section 14: Transport Information
Ground
Refer to TDG regulations (Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods regulations) and
USA CFR 49 Regulations (Parts 100 to 185).
Canada and USA
Limited Quantity
UN number: Not applicable
Shipping Name: Not applicable
Class: Not applicable
Packing Group: Not applicable
Marine Pollutant: No
CANADA—Permit for Equivalent Level of Safety: Refer to TC-SU4836.
http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/wwwdocs/TDGCertificates/doc/4836-eng.doc
USA—Special Provision: Refer to DOT-SP 10232. A copy of this special permit is required.
http://www.sextoncan.com/pdf/certification/10232-2010040083-MMS.pdf
Air
Refer to ICAO-IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
USA
Limited Quantity
UN number: UN3159
Shipping Name: 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane
Class: 2.2
Packing Group: Not applicable
Marine Pollutant: No
USA—Special Provision: Refer to DOT-SP 10232. A copy of this special permit is required.
http://www.sextoncan.com/pdf/certification/10232-2010040083-MMS.pdf
Canada and Global (Excluding USA)
Limited Quantity
UN number: UN1950
Shipping Name: AEROSOL, non-flammable
Class: 2.2
Packing Group: Not applicable
Marine Pollutant: No
CANADA—Permit for Equivalent Level of Safety: Refer to TC-SU4836.
http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/wwwdocs/TDGCertificates/doc/4836-eng.doc
Note: Avoid shipping by air if possible.
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Sea
Refer to ICAO-IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.
USA
Limited Quantity
UN number: UN3159
Shipping Name: 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane
Class: 2.2
Packing Group: Not applicable
Marine Pollutant: No
USA—Special Provision: Refer to DOT-SP 10232. A copy of this special permit is required.
http://www.sextoncan.com/pdf/certification/10232-2010040083-MMS.pdf
Canada and Global (Excluding USA)
Limited Quantity
UN number: UN1950
Shipping Name: AEROSOL, non-flammable
Class: 2.2
Packing Group: Not applicable
Marine Pollutant: No
CANADA—Permit for Equivalent Level of Safety: Refer to TC-SU4836.
http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/wwwdocs/TDGCertificates/doc/4836-eng.doc
Note: Shipper must be appropriately trained and certified before involvement with
the transport of dangerous goods.
Section 15: Regulatory Information
Canada
Domestic Substance List (DSL) / Non-Domestic Substance Lists (NDSL)
All hazardous ingredients are listed on the DSL/NDSL.
Industry and Science Canada
MG Labels products intended for the workplace to conform to WHMIS labeling
regulations. Product identification, net quantity declaration, minimum printing type
size heights, and packaging of this product are in compliance.
Health Canada
Products produced by MG Chemicals intended for retail display conform to the
Canadian Consumer Labeling Regulations.
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USA
CAA (Clean Air Act, USA)
This product does not contain any class 1 ozone depleting substances.
This product does not contain any class 2 ozone depleting substances.
This product does not contain substances that are listed as hazardous air pollutants.
EPCRA (Emergency Planning and Right to Know Act, USA, 40 CFR 372.45
This product contains does not contain substances which are subject to the reporting
requirements of section 313 Title III of the SARA of 1986 and 40 CFR part 372.
TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976, USA)
All substances are TSCA listed.
California Proposition 65 (Chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity, Sept
2, 2011 revision, USA).
This product does not contain any of the listed substances.
Europe
This product is not classified under the DPD regulations.
Section 16: Other Information
MSDS Prepared by
Michel Hachey
Date of Issue
04 October 2013
Supersedes
16 April 2011
Reason for Changes: Change to GHS format
Reference
1) All toxicological data were checked against the RTECS (Registry of Toxic Effects of
Chemical Substances®)
2) ACGIH 2013 TLVs and BEIs: Based on the documentation of the threshold limit values for
chemical substances and physical agents & biological exposure indices, American
Conference of Governmental of Industrial Hygienist Cincinnati, OH (2013).
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Abbreviations
ACGIH American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
GHS: Globally Harmonized System of Classification of Labeling of Chemicals
LC50 Lethal Concentration 50%
LCLo Lowest published lethal concentration
LD50 Lethal Dose 50%
N/A
Not Applicable
N/E
Not Estimated
PEL
Permissible Exposure Limit
STEL Short-Term Exposure Limit
TCLo Lowest published toxic concentration
TWA Time Weighted Average
VOC Volatile Organic Content
Technical Queries Contact us regarding any questions, improvement suggestions, or
problems with this product. Application notes, instructions, and FAQs
are located at www.mgchemicals.com.
Email: [email protected]
Mailing Addresses Manufacturing & Support
1210 Corporate Drive
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
L7L 5R6
Disclaimer
Head Office
9347–193rd Street
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
V4N 4E7
This material safety data sheet is provided as an information resource only.
M.G. Chemicals, Ltd. believes the information contained herein is accurate
and compiled from reliable sources. It is the responsibility of the user to
query and verify any information seeming suspect where doubt on the validity
may exist. The buyer assumes all responsibility of using and handling the
product in accordance with local, regional, national, and international
regulations.
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