Spies Hecker Waterborne Manual

Spies Hecker Waterborne Manual
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The Spies Hecker Brand Message
Through the competence of our people, Spies
Hecker will always provide optimal solutions to
our car refinish partners which make their work
easier.
We are committed to constant research
and training in order to continue to meet our
customers’ current and future needs.
We believe in a trustworthy, a reliable and a
fair partnership with our customers.
We support the success of our customers.
By providing product systems and process
optimization knowledge, we make our
partners’ work easier and their businesses
more efficient.
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Contents
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Spies Hecker
Profit from Spies Hecker
Collision repairers and distributors turn to Spies Hecker for high-quality products
and services, superior colour accuracy, European formulation and technology, and
our extensive network of training and support. In addition to these attributes, and
most significantly, Spies Hecker products and services are designed to maximize
profitability and productivity of collision repair shops.
“Spies Hecker is the
world’s leading supplier of
products for automobile,
commercial vehicle and
industrial finishing.”
Spies Hecker’s premium offerings enable collision repairers and distributors to
save a significant amount of time and money. For example, our simple, universal
product line produces a high-quality finish using fewer products and application
steps than other paint manufacturers. And, our products provide greater coverage
per sprayable quart, allowing our products to go further during the refinishing
process. The benefits of offerings like these result in margins as good as gold.
“With over 125 years
of experience, Spies
Hecker is the number one
name and regarded as
a benchmark in vehicle
refinishing.”
The Greentec icon featured on all advancetechnology Permahyd products indicates that the
product is environmentally friendly and complies
with strict VOC regulations.
Permahyd is currently being used in thousands of
bodyshops around the world. It complies with all
current and future VOC directives in Europe.
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Waterborne Technology
Your Future-oriented Technology
Today water is the basis for our future. Permahyd is one of the world’s first
complete waterborne refinishing paint systems. Spies Hecker sets several new
standards with this system:
• Quality
“Simple to use, easy to
mix, efficient to apply &
environmentally friendly with high-quality results.”
• Cost-effectiveness and
• Environmental compliance
What makes this technology stand out is how easy it is to use and how efficient
the results are. Due to the high opacity, you save, for instance, number of coats
and material.
Here’s another advantage - waterborne technology complies with the EU’s strict
VOC regulations - regulations which will inevitably be one-day enforced in Australia
and New Zealand.
Above all, it fulfils your customer’s high demands, ensuring that you achieve
“Using 90% less solvent,
Permahyd delivers brilliant
results in fewer coats
resulting in potential
material savings.”
brilliant results all round.
The prospects - simply brilliant.
• Ideal for modern two and three-stage refinishing in all OEM colours.
• Simple mixing and use of colours - only add demineralised water, no other
components necessary.
• Efficient application - many colours require just 1.5 coats.
• The excellent opacity means you save up to 30% material.
• You can use up residual paint, considerably reducing your waste disposal cost.
• The solvent content is reduced by 90% compared to conventional technology.
• You display environment-consciousness and enhance your corporate image.
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Less Coats. More Profit
Save on Material
Permahyd Base Coat Series 280/285.
Take for example Tornado
Red...
Here’s the secret: The high pigment content. Which, incidentally, also gets you
Permahyd Series 280/285
Compared to conventional base coats, you save on material when you use
further in terms of working cost-effectively.
White
Grey
Black
Grey
Black
Substrate colour
And thanks to the high opacity of the Permahyd Base Coat Series 280/285,
1st coat (1/2) coat
refinishers enjoy significant economic advantages - less time and material is
required to achieve first class results.
1st opaque coat
Your advantages:
Conventional Base Coat
• High pigment content results in high opacity
White
• Increased productivity
• Minimised process times
Substrate colour
• No additives, binders etc
1st coat
• Just mix, add water and spray!
• High colour accuracy
2nd coat
• Approximately 30% material saving compared to MS system
3rd coat
• You can use what’s left later
Take for example Satin Silver...
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Car front (hood & two
Permahyd Series
fenders)
280/285
Consumption (ml)
418 ml
587 ml
Consumption (%)
71%
100%
Saving
29%
Conventional Base Coat
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Quick and Easy
Saves Time
The much higher opacity of Permahyd Base Coat saves you not only material but
also time. That’s because each coat saved reduces the refinishing time.
Featuring just 62 Permahyd mixing colours for quick production of all solid,
metallic and pearl colours, the Spies Hecker mixing system is perfectly designed
for you. It mixes the colours you want in any quantity for immediate use.
The light sturdy plastic containers are available in handy 0.5 and 1 litre sizes.
Your advantages:
• High application reliability
• Quick and easy colour mixing
• The ready-mixed material is a 1K product, so it has no pot life restriction
• Shorter application and flash-off times
• Existing primers, surfacers and clearcoats can be used
Conventional Base Coat
Permahyd Series 280/285
Times
Times
1.5 spray pass
4 minutes
1st spray pass
2 minutes
Final flash-off time*
20 minutes**
Flash-off time
6 minutes
Total
24 minutes
2nd spray pass
2 minutes
Flash-off time
6 minutes
3rd spray pass
2 minutes
Final flash-off time
15 minutes
Total
33 minutes
* without additional diffused air drying systems
** humidity may negatively affect dry times
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Eco-Friendly
In Harmony with the Environment
Waterborne technology reduces solvent emissions by 90%. That’s good for
the environment - and good for you. Why? Because you demonstrate your
environmental responsibility to your customers.
Being ‘Green’ is no longer a luxury but a necessity to customers today. Spies
Hecker was the first company to develop an entirely waterborne paint system with
Permahyd
Conventional
Base Coat
Base Coat
Solvent
content
10%
Solids
content
20%
the launch of PERMAHYD waterborne paints which marked the dawn of an entirely
Solvent
content
84%
new age in solvent-reduced vehicle refinishing. Numerous bodyshops today are
successfully using this eco-friendly product range, thus achieving compliance with
legislation as well as catering to customers’ expectations.
Your advantages:
• Eco-friendly because of low solvent emission
• Complete system is low in VOCs and highly efficient
Water
content
70%
• Important for complying with current and future VOC regulations
• A positive company image
Solids
content
16%
Research indicates that man-made greenhouse gas emissions are starting to drastically
influence the world’s atmosphere in ways that affect all parts of the earth.
The EU already have strict VOC regulations in place. With a “Sustainable Future”
plan in place, the New Zealand government aim to reduce emissions by half by 2040.
Changes in New Zealand’s VOC regulations are inevitable, which means changes in your
bodyshop are too.
“It’s just a matter of time - it may as well be now.”
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Colour Matching System
Your Permahyd Colour Matching Tools
Permahyd Colour Box
The Permahyd Colour Box gives you a complete overview of all current series
colours and their variants. The swatches, which are actual Permahyd sprayouts,
are arranged alphabetically according to vehicle manufacturers and code
numbers, and supplemented every year by the new colours and variants.
“The easy-to-use Spectro
Colorimeter makes colour
matching quick, easy
and most importantly
accurate.”
ColorDialog Spectro Colorimeter
With the easy-to-use ColorDialog spectro colorimeter, Spies Hecker offers the right
support.
CRplus Software
The CRplus colour search program evaluates the electronically collected data and
outputs a precise colour formula in a matter of seconds. It couldn’t be simpler.
“You enjoy the same worldclass colour matching
tools as your conventional
products. Just add the
Permahyd Colour Box.”
The CRplus formula search software from Spies Hecker makes colour matching
easy. All you have to do is enter the relevant data like the manufacturer, model,
colour code, etc., and the computer comes up with the mixing formula. With
absolute precision and, more importantly, in a matter of seconds.
Electronic Scales
And when it comes to mixing the formula, CRplus is a big help. Simply link up the
computer to an electronic scale, and the software brings the mixing formula for
the desired quantity onto the scale´s display.
There are more than 60,000 colours around today, with some 1,000 added each year,
from the automobile and commercial vehicle industry. Roughly, 30,000 of these colours
crop up constantly. Therefore, we offer you a series of tried-and-tested tools that make
it much easier for you to precisely determine colours and quickly find mixing formulas.
This is an area where Spies Hecker sets standards with the widest range of options.
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Support & Training
Guiding you to the future
Spies Hecker is committed to helping your business grow. Along with providing
you with the best quality products in the collision repair industry, we strive for
excellence in service and support.
We offer support through:
Auto Refinish Training Centre: The world class facilities set new standards in New
Zealand, for design, equipment and quality of training seminars. The perfect place
to learn & improve skills.
On-the-spot Training: We also provide training in the bodyshop. Whether it is new
environmentally friendly application procedures, more efficient techniques or
problem solving, a technical demonstrator is available to assist you.
Literature: We have a wide range of catalogues, manuals and brochures to keep
you well-informed. Amongst other things, the range includes this Permahyd
Manual, all specially designed with the bodyshop in mind.
Diamond Lifetime Warranty: The modern bodyshop needs powerful promotional
tools to attract business. A Spies Hecker warranty is one of those tools.
Promotional Material: We can provide bodyshops with posters and signage so your
customers know that you use Spies Hecker and therefore are assured of quality
“We are well-known
for delivering superior
customer support
through the dedicated
professionals in all areas
of our business. For
assistance with any Spies
Hecker inquiry, call us on
+64 (9) 274 6871 between
8am – 5pm, Monday to
Friday. “
and professionalism. We also have special Permahyd signage so your customers
know that you are environmentally responsible by using waterborne products – a
growing criteria for consumers.
Website: Our website www.smitsgroup.co.nz is an information platform where you
can retrieve data sheets, downloads and information for Spies Hecker products.
You benefit by taking advantage of our leadership position in training, environmental
compliance, shop enhancement programs, promotional support, and safety. Our large,
training centre is an invaluable resource for you and your customers. We are experts
in explaining and applying modern paint systems. In partnership with you, we are
committed to meeting the challenges of today’s refinish industry.
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The Permahyd Range
Spies Hecker has felt a sense of responsibility and created a waterborne
product system that not only meets the requirements of nature, but also those
The Range:
• Permahyd Base Coat Series
280
of Refinishers. But what’s the difference between a conventional paint and a
water-soluble one?
• Ready-to-use conventional paint consists of 3 main ingredients:
• Permahyd Pearl Base Coat
Series 285
- Pigments which gives the paint its colour
• Permahyd 1K Primer Surfacer
4100
- Solvent which keeps the paint liquid so that it can be sprayed.
• Permahyd Blend-In Additive
9005 New
• Permahyd Silicone Remover
7080
• Permahyd Demineralised Water
6000
- Binding agents which determine the properties of the paint
• Conventional base-coat has a solvent content of around 85%.
In comparison, waterborne paint consists mostly of water instead of solvent.
The solvent content of a ready-to-spray waterborne paint can be reduced by
approx 90%.
The Spies Hecker waterborne system referred to as Permahyd Series 280/285
is the eco-friendly solution. It can also offer you:
• Efficient Application - many colours require just 1.5 coats
• Excellent Opacity means you save up to 30% material
• Greater reduction of solvent emissions and greater environmental protection
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PERMAHYD
Waterborne Basecoat
Series 280
Permahyd Base Coat Series 280 is a highgrade waterborne
base coat based on the dispersion of polyurethanes. It can
be used for two-stage solid color and metallic finishes on
passenger cars and commercial vehicles. When recoated with
Permacron/Permasolid 2K clear coat, it produces a high-gloss,
weather resistant top coat.
This product is for professional painting of vehicles only.
SUBSTRATE
APPLICATION
RECOATING
DATA
STORAGE
SPECIAL NOTES
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Technical Data Sheet No. 100.0/12/2006-AUS
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SUBSTRATE
Suitable substrates:
Permacron/Permasolid 2K acrylic surfacer
Priomat 1K Wash Primer 4085
Original or old finish in good condition
Permacron 1:1 Elastic Primer Surfacer 3300 for plastic
substrates
Substrate pretreatment:
Thoroughly clean original or old finish and
Permacron/Permasolid surfacer with Permahyd Silicone
Remover 7080, or if heavily soiled, with Permanent
Silicone Remover 7010 antistatic. Sand dry with random
orbital sander and dust extraction, P360–500 grade, or
wet with P 600–800 grade. Allow wet sanded surfacer
to dry thoroughly.
Before further treatment, carefully clean sanded areas
once more with Permahyd Silicone Remover 7080 to
remove all dust, paint residue from sanding and other
impurities.
Wipe away any surplus silicone remover with a lint-free
cloth, taking care to avoid streaks. (see Technical Data
Sheet No. 770.2)
Special note:
Sanded through spots must be isolated with a
Permacron/Permasolid 2K surfacer. Areas which have
been sanded through to bare metal must be coated with
Priomat 1:1 Wash Primer 3688 or Priomat 1K Wash
Primer 4085 before Permacron/Permasolid 2K surfacer
is applied.
APPLICATION
PERMAHYD
Waterborne Basecoat
Series 280
Technical Data Sheet No. 100.0/12/2006-AUS
Mixing Containers:
Plastic containers or tinplate tins with inner
coating (eg. epon lining).
Sieves:
Material and glue must be waterproof.
Reducer:
Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000.
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APPLICATION
Method of Application
High pressure spraying
Gravity Feed
HVLP
Suction Feed
Gravity Feed
Application at
+20oC material
temperature
DIN 4mm = 22-26 seconds
Reducer at
+20oC material
temperature
10%
Spray nozzle
Spray pressure
Atomising
pressure
Number of coats
Suction Feed
1.3-1.4 mm
1.5-1.7 mm
1.3-1.5 mm
1.8-2.2 mm
3.5-4 bar
3.5-4 bar
-
-
-
-
0.7 bar
0.7 bar
1 spray operation = apply a tack coat, followed by a normal full
coat
Special note
With low opacity colours it may be necessary to apply one or two
more coats after the appropriate flash-off time (when the surface
appears matt).
Final flash-off
time*:
At +20oC ambient temperature
approx. 20 minutes
Ways to reduce final flash-off times*
Small areas:
Surface matting can be accelerated by blowing off
with Sata easy dry (attach air diffuser nozzle to the
spray gun). It is also possible to blow off with the
spray gun after waiting at least 5 minutes.
Drying time approx. 5 minutes.
Larger areas:
Surface matting can be accelerated by using
infrared or by low baking.
IR medium wave approx. 4 minutes.
IR short wave approx. 3 minutes.
PERMAHYD
Waterborne Basecoat
Series 280
Cooling time approx. 5 minutes.
o
Low baking at +60 C
Combi booth approx. 10 mins including heat-up time
Low-bake oven approx. 5 minutes.
Cooling time zpprox. 5 minutes.
*The flash-off and drying times depend on the temperature,
humidity and air settling rate in the booth, and on the
number of coats applied.The surface must, however, first
appear completely matt.
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RECOATING
Recoat with:
Permasolid HS Clear Coat 8030
Permacron MS Clear Coat
(see relevant Technical Data Sheet)
Special Notes
To achieve a perfect colour transition from the repair
Blend-in system:
area to the adjacent areas.
a) Preparation:
Sand surfacer (dry with P360–500 grade or wet
with waterproof P600–800 grade). Sand adjacent
areas on which surfacer was not applied lightly
but thoroughly with 3M 7448 sanding pad (fine).
Thoroughly clean the whole surface with Permahyd
Silicone Remover 7080 to remove any dust, paint
residue from sanding or any other impurities. Wipe
off any excess silicone remover with a lint-free cloth,
taking care to avoid streaks. Allow the moisture on
substrates which have been wet sanded or cleaned
to evaporate completely.
b) Blend-in system for metallics and solid colours:
Spray the area on which the surfacer was applied
with Base Coat Series 280 (at spray viscosity) so
that it forms an opaque film. Extend the area of
application of each subsequent coat through a
process of overlapping so that only a fade out area is
left. Extend this fade out area and blend-in, spraying
with reduced pressure. After the respective final
flash-off time, a clear coat can be applied.
DATA
o
Above +23 C
Flash Point:
PERMAHYD
Waterborne Basecoat
Series 280
Base coat without reducer
Solids content:
Specific weight:
White
Black
Silver
Approx. 37.3% by
Approx. 22.8% by
Approx. 16.9% by
weight
weight
weight
Approx. 23.7% by
Approx. 20.1% by
Approx. 13.7% by
volume
volume
volume
Approx. 1.19g/cm
3
2
Coverage*:
VOC value
without reducer:
Approx. 1.02g/cm
2
3
Approx. 1.02g/cm
3
2
Approx. 15.8m /l
Approx. 13.4m /l
Approx. 11.4m /l
At 15µm dry film
At 15µm dry film
At 12µm dry film
thickness
thickness
thickness
293 g/l
305 g/l
415 g/l
* The coverage was calculated on the basis of the
recommended dry film thickness and the solids
content by volume. No allowance was made for
wastage during application.
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STORAGE
Guaranteed shelf life:
At least 1 year in sealed original containers.
Storage conditions:
Frost-free! Store between +5 C and +30 C. Storing
o
o
the product at temperatures below or above this
impairs the quality of the product. SPECIAL NOTES
Product application:
Spraying equipment must be suitable for applying
waterborne products; manufacturer’s instructions
must be followed. The mixing colours in this top coat
series can be used only as part of a colour formula.
If any of the mixing colours is applied on its own, the
mixing colour may react differently to that which is
described/specified in this Technical Data Sheet.
Cleaning of tools:
Rinse with Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000
before and after use. Then wash out with Permasolid
Cleaning Agent 7020.
Waste disposal:
Collect liquid waterborne waste separately from
conventional liquid waste. If the two are mixed, it may
be impossible to dispose of the mixture, or at best
difficult, and therefore expensive.
Health and safety:
A face mask must be worn when applying waterborne
products.
PERMAHYD
Waterborne Basecoat
Series 280
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The employed tests comply with state-of-the-art technology
regarding methods and accuracy. The quoted measuring results do
not constitute a legal warranty of specific product features or of the
products´ suitability for a specific purpose. Warning remarks on
the labels must be observed. Any existing industrial property rights
must be considered. According to our general terms and conditions
of domestic and export sale, we warrant that our products are in
the condition specified in the contract.
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PERMAHYD
Pearl Base Coat
Series 285
Permahyd Pearl Base Coat Series 285 is a high-grade
waterborne base coat based on the dispersion of polyurethanes.
It can be used for two or three-stage pearl finishes on passenger
cars and commercial vehicles. When recoated with
Permacron/Permasolid 2K clear coat, it produces a high-gloss,
weather resistant top coat.
This product is for professional painting of vehicles only.
SUBSTRATE
APPLICATION
RECOATING
DATA
STORAGE
SPECIAL NOTES
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SUBSTRATE
Suitable substrates:
Permacron/Permasolid 2K acrylic surfacer
Permahyd 1K Primer Surfacer 4100
Old finish, intact
Permacron 1:1 Elastic Primer Surfacer 3300 for plastic
substrates
Substrate pretreatment:
Thoroughly clean original or old finish and
Permacron/Permasolid surfacer with Permahyd Silicone
Remover 7080, or if heavily soiled, with Permanent
Silicone Remover 7010 antistatic. Sand dry with random
orbital sander and dust extraction, P360–500 grade, or
wet with P600–800 grade. Allow wet sanded surfacer to
dry thoroughly.
Before further treatment, carefully clean sanded areas
once more with Permahyd Silicone Remover 7080 to
remove all dust, paint residue from sanding and other
impurities.
Wipe away any surplus silicone remover with a lint-free
cloth, taking care to avoid streaks. (see Technical Data
Sheet No. 770.2)
Special note:
Sanded through spots must be isolated with a
Permacron/Permasolid 2K surfacer. Areas which have
been sanded through to bare metal must be coated with
Priomat 1:1 Wash Primer 4075 or Priomat 1K Wash
Primer 4085 before Permacron/Permasolid 2K surfacer
is applied.
APPLICATION
Mixing Containers:
Plastic containers or tinplate tins with inner
coating.
PERMAHYD
Pearl Base Coat
Series 285
Sieves:
Reducer:
Material and glue must be waterproof.
Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000 (in accordance
with ISO 3696).
Base coat:
A special background colour is only necessary for threestage pearl colours: Apply Permahyd Base Coat
Series 280 (for colour, see reverse side of the label
on Permahyd Pearl Base Coat Series 285, or Colour
Program).
Pearl coat:
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Apply Permahyd Pearl Base Coat Series 285.
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APPLICATION
Method of Application
High pressure spraying
Gravity Feed
Suction Feed
HVLP
Gravity Feed
Suction Feed
Solid colour Base Coat
Series 280 as background
colour and/or Pearl Base
Coat Series 285
Application at
+20oC material
temperature
DIN 4mm = 22-26 seconds
Reducer at
+20oC material
temperature
5-10-15%
Spray nozzle
Spray pressure
Atomising
pressure
Number of coats
Special note
1.3-1.4 mm
1.5-1.7 mm
1.3-1.5 mm
1.8-2.2 mm
3.5-4 bar
3.5-4 bar
-
-
-
-
0.7 bar
0.7 bar
1 spray operation = apply a light/medium coat, followed by a
normal full coat.
With low opacity colours it may be necessary to apply one or two
more coats after the appropriate flash-off time (when the surface
appears matt). The intermediate flash-off time can be reduced
by blowing off with the spray gun or an appropriate air blower.
Before blowing the substrate, however, wait at least 5 minutes.
The total film thickness (including the background colour in
Series 280) must not exceed 45µm.
At +20oC ambient temperature
approx. 20 minutes
Final flash-off
time*:
Ways to reduce final flash-off times*
Small areas:
Surface matting can be accelerated by blowing off
with an appropriate air blower. It is also possible to
blow off with the spray gun after waiting at least 5
minutes.
Drying time approx. 5 minutes.
Larger areas:
Surface matting can be accelerated by using
PERMAHYD
Pearl Base Coat
Series 285
infrared or by low baking.
IR medium wave approx. 4 minutes.
IR short wave approx. 3 minutes.
Cooling time approx. 5 minutes.
o
Low baking at +60 C
Spray booth approx. 10 minutes.
Low-bake oven approx. 5 minutes.
Cooling time approx. 5 minutes.
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*The flash-off and drying times depend on the temperature,
humidity and air settling rate in the booth, and on the
number of coats applied.The surface must, however, first
appear completely matt.
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RECOATING
Recoat with:
Permasolid HS / Permacron MS clear coat
(see relevant Technical Data Sheet)
Special Notes:
The original finish dictates whether a two-stage or
three-stage pearl colour (with a special background
colour) is required. The respective background colour is
specified on the label of Pearl Base Coat Series 285, on
the microfiche and in the Colour Program.
Blend-in system:
To achieve a perfect colour transition from the repair
area to the adjacent areas.
a) Preparation:
Sand surfacer (dry with P360–500 grade or wet
with waterproof P600–800 grade). Sand adjacent
areas on which surfacer was not applied lightly
but thoroughly with 3M 7448 sanding pad (fine).
Thoroughly clean the whole surface with Permahyd
Silicone Remover 7080 to remove any dust, paint
residue from sanding or any other impurities. Wipe
off any excess silicone remover with a lint-free cloth,
taking care to avoid streaks. Allow the moisture on
substrates which have been wet sanded or cleaned
to evaporate completely.
b) Two-stage pearl colours:
Spray the area on which the surfacer was applied
with Pearl Base Coat Series 285 (at spray viscosity)
so that it forms an opaque film. Extend the area
of application of each subsequent coat through a
process of overlapping so that only a fade out area is
left. Extend this fade out area and blend-in, spraying
with reduced pressure. After the respective final
flash-off time, a clear coat can be applied.
PERMAHYD
Pearl Base Coat
Series 285
c) Three-stage pearl colours:
Blend in the area on which the surfacer was applied
with Base Coat Series 280 (background colour) using
reduced pressure. Spray Pearl Base Coat Series 285
(at spray viscosity) on the same area, extending the
area of application of each subsequent coat through
a process of overlapping to ensure that it matches
the original finish. Use reduced pressure during the
blend-in process.
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DATA
Flash Point:
o
Above +23 C
Base coat without reducer
Solids content:
Approx. 27.0% by weight. Approx. 18.0% by volume
Specific Weight:
Approx. 1.10g/cm
Coverage:
Approx. 15.0m /l at 12µm dry film thickness
3
2
VOC value (without reducer): 358 g/l
STORAGE
Guaranteed shelf life:
At least 1 year in sealed original containers.
Storage conditions:
Frost-free! Store between +5 C and +30 C. Storing
o
o
the product at temperatures below or above this
impairs the quality of the product. SPECIAL NOTES
Product application:
Spraying equipment must be suitable for applying
waterborne products; manufacturer’s instructions
must be followed. For further details, see VR Data
Sheet No. 905.1. The mixing colours in this top coat
series can be used only as part of a colour formula.
If any of the mixing colours is applied on its own, the
mixing colour may react differently to that which is
described/specified in this Technical Data Sheet.
Cleaning of tools:
Rinse with Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000
before and after use.
Waste disposal:
Collect liquid waterborne waste separately from
conventional liquid waste. If the two are mixed, it may
PERMAHYD
Pearl Base Coat
Series 285
be impossible to dispose of the mixture, or at best
difficult, and therefore expensive.
Health and safety:
A face mask must be worn when applying waterborne
products.
The employed tests comply with state-of-the-art technology
regarding methods and accuracy. The quoted measuring
results do not constitute a legal warranty of specific product
features or of the products´ suitability for a specific purpose.
Warning remarks on the labels must be observed. Any existing
industrial property rights must be considered. According to
our general terms and conditions of domestic and export sale,
we warrant that our products are in the condition specified in
the contract.
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PERMAHYD
1K Primer Surfacer
4100
Permahyd 1K Primer Surfacer 4100 is a waterborne product
which is particularly suitable for spot repairs and partial
refinishes.
• Environmentally friendly (less than 10% solvent content)
• Good corrosion protection
• Easy handling (one-pack product)
• Versatile in use
• Can be recoated with Permahyd Base Coat Series 280/285
and Permasolid HS Automotive Top Coat Series 270
This product is for professional painting of vehicles only.
SUBSTRATE
APPLICATION
DRYING
FURTHER STEPS
RECOATING
DATA
SPECIAL NOTES
STORAGE
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SUBSTRATE
Suitable substrates:
1. Steel
2. Galvanized steel panels
3. Soft aluminium
4. Lightly sanded factory primer
5. Well sanded old or original paintwork
6. Surfaces treated with Raderal 2K polyester products
and then finely sanded.
Substrate pretreatment:
Steel, galvanized steel, soft aluminium - degrease and
sand lightly.
Factory primer - clean and sand lightly.
Original and old paintwork - clean and sand lightly,
remove all traces of rust and sand the areas around the
former rust spots to create a smooth transition to the
old paintwork.
Before further treatment, carefully clean sanded areas
once more with Permahyd Silicone Remover 7080 to
remove all dust, paint residue from sanding and other
impurities.
Special note:
Wipe away any surplus silicone remover with a lint-free
cloth and allow surface to dry completely.
APPLICATION
Important Note:
For further details, see Technical Data Sheet No. 905.1.
General Application Instructions for Waterborne
Products.
Reducer:
Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000 (ISO 3696).
PERMAHYD
1K Primer Surfacer
4100
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APPLICATION
Method of Application
High pressure / Compliant
HVLP
Gravity Feed
Gravity Feed
Application at
+20oC material
temperature
DIN 4mm = 23-28 seconds
Reducer at
+20oC material
temperature
5-10%
(Measure carefully)
Spray nozzle*
Spray pressure*
1.4-1.5 mm
1.5-1.7 mm
2-4 bar
-
-
0.7 bar
Internal nozzle
pressure*
2-3 coats
(with flash-off between coats)
Number of coats
The flash-off time between coats can be reduced by blowing off with the spray gun or Sata
easy dry. Wait at least 5 minutes before blowing off.
Recommended film
thickness
50-70µm dry film thickness
* See manufacturer’s instructions
DRYING
Air drying:
o
At +20 C ambient temperature
Dry for sanding: 3 hours
Force drying:
o
Flash-off: At +20 C ambient temperature at least 5
minutes
o
Drying time & temp: 25-30 minutes at +60 C metal
temperature
Infra-red drying:
o
PERMAHYD
1K Primer Surfacer
4100
Flash-off: At +20 C ambient temperature at least 5
minutes
Drying time:
Medium wave 15-20 minutes
Short wave 5 minutes, 50% power followed by 10
minutes, 100% power.
Special note:
The flash-off and drying time depend on the
temperature, humidity and air settling rate in the
booth, and on the number of coats applied. For
further details, see Technical Data Sheet No. 905.1
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FURTHER STEPS
With random orbital sander and dust extraction
Dry sanding:
P400-500
Wet sanding:
With P800-1000
Special note:
After wet sanding, allow primer surfacer to dry for 30
o
minutes at +20 C before recoating.
RECOATING
Recoat with:
Permacron Automotive Top Coat Series 257
Permasolid HS Automotive Top Coat Series 270
Permahyd Base Coat Series 280/285 and
Permacron/Permasolid 2K clear coat
Permacron Base Coat Series 293/295 and
Permacron/Permasolid 2K clear coat
DATA
Viscosity as supplied:
Thixotropic
Flash Point:
Above +80 C
o
1K Primer Surfacer 4100
Solids content:
Specific weight:
54.0% by weight
39.4% by volume
37.5% by volume
1.39 g/cm
3
3
1.37 g/cm
2
Coverage*:
Water 6000
56.9% by weight
Approx. 15.8m /l
PERMAHYD
1K Primer Surfacer
4100
Mixed with 5% Demineralised
2
Approx. 13.4m /l
2
7.5 m /l at 50µm dry film
thickness
VOC content:
78 g/l (measured in practical
tests ISO 11890)
* The coverage was calculated on the basis of the recommended dry film thickness and the
solids content by volume. No allowance was made for wastage during application.
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SPECIAL NOTES
Product application:
Spraying equipment must be suitable for applying
waterborne products. Follow manufacturers’
instructions. For further details, see Technical Data
Sheet No. 905.1.
Cleaning of tools:
Rinse with Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000
before and after use.
Waste disposal:
Collect liquid waterborne waste separately from
conventional liquid waste. If the two are mixed, it may
be impossible to dispose of the mixture, or at best
difficult, and therefore expensive.
Health and safety:
A face mask must be worn when applying waterborne
products.
STORAGE
Guaranteed shelf life:
12 months in sealed original containers.
Storage conditions:
Frost-free! Store between +5 C and +30 C. Storing
o
o
the product at temperatures below or above this
impairs the quality of the product. PERMAHYD
1K Primer Surfacer
4100
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carerfully selected and arranged by us. It is based upon our
best knowledge on the subject at the date of issuance. The
information is given for information purposes only. We are
not liable for its correctness, accuracy and completeness. It
is up to the user to check the information with regard to upto-dateness and suitability for their intended purpose. The
relevant Material Safety Data Sheet and Warnings displayed
on the product label need to be observed. The intellectual
property in this Information, including patents, trademarks
and copyrights, is protected. All rights reserved. We may
modify and/or discontinue operation of all our portions
of this Information at any time in our sole discretion,
without notice and assume no responsibility to update the
Information. All rules set forth in this clause shall apply
accordingly for any future changes and amendments.
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PERMAHYD
Blend-In Additive
9005 New
Permahyd Blend-In Additive 9005 New helps to achieve an
invisible blend with Permahyd Base Coat Series 280/285. It
can be applied before and after Permahyd Base Coat Series
280/285 has been applied. With critical colours, it prevents
colour changes in the blend-in area.
This product is for professional painting of vehicles only.
SUBSTRATE
APPLICATION
RECOATING
DATA
STORAGE
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SUBSTRATE
Suitable substrates:
1. Fully cured, solvent resistant, well preserved and
lightly sanded original or old paintwork.
2. Surfaces coated with a primer or a surfacer.
Suitable priming materials:Depends on the object and on the substrate, in
accordance with our system recommendation.
Substrate pretreatment:
Thoroughly clean original or old finish and surfacer.
Dry sand with random orbital sander and dust extraction
P400-500 or wet sand with P800. Lightly sand blend-in
area of the undamaged original finish with P1000-1200
grade, or with 3M Scotch Brite ultra fine.
Before further treatment, clean all substrates once
more with Permanent Silicone Remover 7010 antistatic.
APPLICATION
Reducer:
Not required.
Method of Application
Compliant
HVLP
Gravity Feed
Gravity Feed
Application viscosity
at +20oC material
temperature
PERMAHYD
Blend-In Additive
9005 New
Technical Data Sheet No. 100.0/12/2006-AUS
DIN 4mm = 20-22 sec
Spray nozzle*
1.2-1.3 mm
Spray pressure*
2.0-2.5 bar
-
-
0.7 bar
Atomising pressure*
WSB / 1.3 mm
Blend-in system after
base coat:
Spray the area with ready-to-spray Permahyd
Base Coat Series 280/285 so that it forms
an opaque film. Then mix the ready-tospray base coat 1:1 with Blend-In Additive
9005 new. Use this mixture to blend in the
repair area and the transition, spraying with
reduced pressure.
Flash-off (before clear
coat):
15-20 minutes at +20oC
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Ways to reduce final
flash-off times*: Surface matting can be accelerated by blowing off
with an air diffuser (hand-held stationary device). It is
possible to blow off with the spray gun after waiting at
least 5 minutes.
RECOATING
Recoat with:
Permacron/Permasolid 2K Clear Coat
DATA
Viscosity as supplied:
25 seconds (DIN 4mm)
Flash point:
>60 C
o
19.7% by weight
17.9% by volume
Specific weight: 1.0 g/cm
VOC value:
317 g/l
Solids content:
3
STORAGE
Guaranteed shelf life:
12 months in sealed original containers.
Storage conditions:
Frost-free! Store between +5 C and +35 C.
o
o
PERMAHYD
Blend-In Additive
9005 New
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carerfully selected and arranged by us. It is based upon our
best knowledge on the subject at the date of issuance. The
information is given for information purposes only. We are
not liable for its correctness, accuracy and completeness. It
is up to the user to check the information with regard to upto-dateness and suitability for their intended purpose. The
relevant Material Safety Data Sheet and Warnings displayed
on the product label need to be observed. The intellectual
property in this Information, including patents, trademarks
and copyrights, is protected. All rights reserved. We may
modify and/or discontinue operation of all our portions
of this Information at any time in our sole discretion,
without notice and assume no responsibility to update the
Information. All rules set forth in this clause shall apply
accordingly for any future changes and amendments.
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PERMAHYD
Silicone Remover
7080 New
Permahyd Silicone Remover 7080 does not require any special
warnings on the label. It is an aqueous cleaning agent and
contains a very low percentage of organic solvents and special
cleaning additives.
This product is used for cleaning sanded old or original finishes,
and surfaces coated with a primer or surfacer which has been
subsequently sanded.
This product is for professional painting of vehicles only.
USE
DATA
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USE
As silicone remover:
Mainly for cleaning surfaces coated with a primer or
surfacer before these are treated further.
Application:
Apply with a spray bottle onto parts or partial areas of
the bodywork and remove with a clean, dry cloth.
Note:
Allow cleaned surfaces to dry completely or blow dry
before recoating. Always use a clean cloth.
Heavily soiled parts must be cleaned twice.
This product is not suitable for removing release agent
residues from UP-GF or other plastic parts.
This product is not suitable for cleaning spray guns or
tools.
DATA
3
Specific weight: 0.96 g/cm
Flash point:
+41 C
VOC content:
The EU limit value for this product (product category
o
IIB.a) in ready to use form is max. 200 g/litre of VOC.
The VOC content of this product in ready to use form is
max. 170 g/litre.
STORAGE
PERMAHYD
Silicone Remover
7080 New
Technical Data Sheet No. 7080/04/2007-AUS
Guaranteed shelf life:
12 months in sealed original containers.
The information provided in this documentation has been carerfully
selected and arranged by us. It is based upon our best knowledge
on the subject at the date of issuance. The information is given for
information purposes only. We are not liable for its correctness,
accuracy and completeness. It is up to the user to check the information
with regard to up-to-dateness and suitability for their intended purpose.
The relevant Material Safety Data Sheet and Warnings displayed on
the product label need to be observed. The intellectual property in this
Information, including patents, trademarks and copyrights, is protected.
All rights reserved. We may modify and/or discontinue operation of
all our portions of this Information at any time in our sole discretion,
without notice and assume no responsibility to update the Information.
All rules set forth in this clause shall apply accordingly for any future
changes and amendments.
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PERMAHYD
Demineralised Water
6000
Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000 is used as a reducer for
Permahyd Top Coats and Primers.
APPLICATION
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APPLICATION
Permahyd Base Coat
Series 280:
o
Reducer at 20 C material temperature
5-10-15% (Before use refer to Technical Data Sheet no.
100.0/112/2006-AUS)
Permahyd Pearl Base Coat
Series 285:
o
Reducer at 20 C material temperature 5-10-15%
(Before use refer to Technical Data Sheet no.
100.1/12/2006-AUS)
Permahyd 1K Primer
Surfacer 4100:
o
Reducer at 20 C material temperature 5-10%
(Before use refer to Technical Data Sheet no.
330.4/04/2007-AUS)
• Permahyd Demineralised Water 6000 is also used for cleaning tools before and
after use.
• Mainly for cleaning surfaces coated with a primer or surfacer before these are
treated further.
PERMAHYD
Demineralised Water
6000
The information provided in this documentation has been carerfully
selected and arranged by us. It is based upon our best knowledge
on the subject at the date of issuance. The information is given for
information purposes only. We are not liable for its correctness,
accuracy and completeness. It is up to the user to check the information
with regard to up-to-dateness and suitability for their intended purpose.
The relevant Material Safety Data Sheet and Warnings displayed on
the product label need to be observed. The intellectual property in this
Information, including patents, trademarks and copyrights, is protected.
All rights reserved. We may modify and/or discontinue operation of
all our portions of this Information at any time in our sole discretion,
without notice and assume no responsibility to update the Information.
All rules set forth in this clause shall apply accordingly for any future
changes and amendments.
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PERMAHYD
General Application
Instructions for
Waterborne Products
SUBSTRATE PRETREATMENT
SPRAY GUNS / SPRAY EQUIPMENT
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APPLICATION
INTERMEDIATE & FINAL
FLASH-OFF TIMES, RECOATING TIMES
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SUBSTRATE PRETREATMENT
When applying waterborne products, the substrate must always be prepared with
great care using only agents recommended for waterborne products.
Clean sanded surfacer areas and old finishes with Permahyd Silicone Remover 7080
(see Data Sheet 770.2).
Plastic surfaces should be carefully prepared in accordance with the System Data
Sheet for painting plastics (see Data Sheet No. 901.1) and cleaned once more with
Permahyd Silicone Remover 7080 before further treatment.
Masking:
Use only waterproof masking tapes and masking paper
or plastic sheeting.
SPRAY GUNS/SPRAY EQUIPMENT
It is not advisable to use the same spray gun/spray equipment to alternately apply
waterborne and conventional products. Those components of spray guns/spray
equipment which come into contact with waterborne products during the course of
application must be made of a corrosion-resistant material (stainless steel).
For mixing and adjusting the viscosity of waterborne
Mixing containers:
products use only tins made of plastic or coated tinplate
(eg. Epon lined).
MATERIAL TEMPERATURE
Since the viscosity and thus the application properties of waterborne products
PERMAHYD
General Application
Instructions for
Waterborne Products
depend to a great extent on the material temperature, waterborne products
o
must have a temperature of at least +18 C at the time of viscosity adjustment/
application.
o
*Store at minimum +18 C or allow corresponding heating-up time before viscosity
adjustment/application.
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APPLICATION
This application of waterborne products is influenced to a great extent by
temperature and air humidity. This may restrict the application or make it even
impossible unless certain conditions are fulfilled. The application window for
waterborne products gives the limit values.
Assuming that in a paintshop with up-to-date equipment an application
o
temperature of at least +20 C is guaranteed, particular measures are required
only with regard to the air humidity if it lies outside the application range.
Measures if relative air humidity is too high
Excessively high air humidity may cause colour deviations, mottling or metallic
colours and insufficient stability on upright surfaces. The following measures may
be useful:
1. Increase temperature in the spray booth as far as acceptable for the staff.
2. Choose maximum application viscosity given in the Technical Data Sheet.
Measures if air humidity is too low
Inadequate air humidity may cause increased overspray and insufficient overspray
PERMAHYD
General Application
Instructions for
Waterborne Products
absorption. The following measures may be useful:
o
1. If possible, reduce application temperature. Observe the minimum of +18 C.
2. Choose the lowest possible application viscosity given in the Technical Data
Sheet.
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INTERMEDIATE AND FINAL FLASH-OFF TIMES
RECOATING TIMES
When applying waterborne products, the flash-off times between individual coats
and final flash-off or recoating times are adversely affected by low temperatures
and high air humidity. The drying processes between the individual coats and before
further recoating can be accelerated by:
1. Accelerated evacuation of moist air
• Blow with an air diffuser (diffuser nozzle for spray gun)
• Use Speed Dry air jet system
• Increase air rate in the spray booth (spray booths of recent design take account of
this option)
2. Use of drying energy
• IR
• Combi booth
• Low-bake oven
APPROVED SPRAYGUNS FOR BASECOAT APPLICATION
After extensive colouristic and technical examination, we can give the official
recommendation to the following HVLP and Transfer efficient sprayguns for base
coat application. The application and colouristic test results were summarized in
several RTA internal test evaluations. The relevant colouristic evaluations of the paint
film were accomplished with the following colours:
• BMW 319
• DB 744
• DB 347
The spraygun setting parameters (eg. spraygun inlet pressure) should be set as
directed by the respective supplier.
PERMAHYD
General Application
Instructions for
Waterborne Products
Anest Iwata W400, WB2:
Permahyd base coats fluid tip mounting: 1.2mm, 1.25mm, 1.3mm. The 1.25mm
nozzle mounting is also traded under the designation “125”
The employed tests comply with state-of-the-art technology regarding methods and accuracy.
The quoted measuring results do not constitute a legal warranty of specific product features
or of the products´ suitability for a specific purpose. Warning remarks on the labels must be
observed. Any existing industrial property rights must be considered. According to our general
terms and conditions of domestic and export sale, we warrant that our products are in the
condition specified in the contract.
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PERMAHYD
Colour Matching Tips
COLOUR DEVIATION / MOTTLING
COLOUR NOT SILVER ENOUGH, TOO DARK
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FIND THE RIGHT PERMAHYD BASE COAT COLOUR
Please observe the following in order to find the right Permahyd Base Coat
colour.
• Have you found the correct colour code on the vehicle (is it a new or special colour,
is the code correct?)
• Is your colour retrieval program up to date?
• Have you chosen the right formula (standard, variant or a service formula)?
• Have you compared the colour to the colour in the colour box (standard colour or
variant colour)?
• Have you observed any special notes shown for the formula (eg. 1.5 coats, 2.5
coats, ground coat required) etc?
• If no formula is available it may be necessary to contact your Spies Hecker
Distributor.
• Have you sprayed a colour sample of your own documentation or compared a
previous spray out to the vehicle?
• Have you sprayed a sample as you would the vehicle (spray gun pressure and
speed of application)?
• Have you applied the material according to the TDS (spray pressure, number of
coats, flash-off time)?
• Have you used the recommended spray gun, nozzle size?
- Iwata WB400 1.2mm - 1.3mm nozzle
• Have you adjusted the spray viscosity according to the TDS (5-10-15%)
demineralised water?
PERMAHYD
Colour Matching Tips &
Tinting Guide
• Are the mixing system and stirring units in working order and clean?
• Are the mixing colours in the correct position on the mixing system?
• Are the mixing colours OK and have not exceeded their shelf life?
o
• Have the mixing colours been stored at the correct temperature of 20 C?
• Have you stirred the mixing system as per the manufacturer’s recommendations?
- At least 3 times daily for 15 minutes on the mixing system
- When changing mixing colours: 2 minutes by hand with mixing stick then 15
minutes on the mixing system.
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Colour Deviation/Mottling:• Only recommended spray guns/nozzles
were used as per TDS (Anest Iwata WB400
1.2mm -1.3mm).
• The prescribed method of application was used as
per TDS (distance, pressure, number of coats).
Colour Not Silver Enough,
Too Dark:
• The last coat was not too wet.
• The application viscosity is correct.
Colour matching:
Perfect colour matches
will reduce the need for
reworks, saving labour
and materials.
• Permahyd base coat will need to be sprayed out
and cleared to check colour.
• Mixing in small amounts and spray out on test
panels or cards
• Compare the spray out to the vehicle in natural
daylight and view from all angles
• Maintain a colour library using spray out cards to
record colour variants and tints
• Use Permahyd colour box to assist with colour
identification
• Use spectrophotometer to read colours and select
colour from its retreival system
Effect colours:
With effect colours, the finish coat serves to minimize
mottling, especially on horizontal areas such as
bonnets, boots and roofs. The distance to the object
is increased while maintaining the same air pressure
and the finish coat is applied into the wet paint film.
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Tinting Guide
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PERMAHYD TINTING GUIDE
CODE
COLOUR
CHARACTERISTICS
Hiding
Recommended
Power
for Tinting
-
No
XXX
Yes
XXXX
No
XXX
Yes
XXX
Yes
Additive for effect colours only.
WB800
Effect
Additive
Used to change the flop. If added
to effect colours, it is darker, greyer
from one side and lighter from the
other side (the flop). Add max. 20%.
White is the main component for
all solid pastel colours. Weakens
the luminosity of bright colours makes them less bright, lighter,
WB801
White
paler. If used in small quantities,
also suitable for effect colours to
make the flop lighter and paler. Also
suitable for use as a white ground
colour for 3 stage colours.
WB802
Deep Black
A very deep black with a bluish
cast.
Deep black for solid and effect
colours. Has a brownish and
yellowish tinge. Makes bright
colours less bright, more greyish,
darker. Brilliant effect when not
WB803
Special
Black
mixed thus makes for great depth
of colours when used in bright
colours that do not contain any
white pigments.In effect colours
it produces a dark flop. Also often
combined with 827 to adjust the
flop - light to dark.
Yellow, but not a bright one. Mainly
used to give a yellowish tinge to
ivory, beige and brown colours that
WB805
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Colour Matching Tips &
Tinting Guide
Ochre
do not have much depth of colour.
Only use a small quantity in effect
colours to achieve a milky, yellow
colour in the flop.
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Red, but not a bright one. Mainly
used to give a reddish tinge to ivory,
beige and brown colours that do
WB807
Oxide Red
not have much depth of colour.
XXX
Yes
XX
Yes
X
No
XXX
Yes
XXX
Yes
XXX
Yes
XXX
Yes
XXX
Yes
XXX
Yes
X
No
Only use a small quantity in effect
colours to achieve a milky, red
colour in the flop.
Medium, brilliant red with a bluish
tinge. Recommended for use in
solid colours to achieve particularly
deep red colours. Good weathering
WB808
Rubin
resistance when mixed with organic
pigments. Only to be used with
pearl colours in effect colours.
When mixed with silver (aluminium)
and pastel colours with white, it is
not weather resistant.
Red, but not a bright one, with a
reduced depth of colour. Mainly
WB811
Red
used in very light colours that do
not have much depth of colour to
achieve a slightly reddish tinge.
WB813
WB814
WB815
WB816
WB817
WB818
Coarse
Light, coarse silver for brilliant
Silver
effect colours with a dark flop.
Silver
Medium silver for effect colours
with a dark flop.
Hi Lite
Extra coarse silver for brilliant effect
Silver
colours.
Micro Silver
Micro Silver
Extra
Fine Silver
Extra fine, grey silver for effect
colours. Quite a light flop.
Brilliant, extra fine silver for effect
colours.
Very fine grey silver for effect
colours. A lighter flop.
Blue violet with a reddish tinge and
WB820
Transparent reduced depth of colour. Should be
Purple
used only in small quantities to tint
solid and effect colours.
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Yellow but not a bright one, with
a reduced depth of colour. Mainly
WB821
Ochre
used in white and very light colours
Yellow
that do not have much depth of
X
No
X
Yes
X
Yes
X
No
X
Yes
X
Yes
X
Yes
colour to achieve a slightly yellowish
tinge.
Translucent green with a yellow
WB822
Transparent tinge for solid and effect colours.
Emerald
Mainly used for yellowish green
colours.
Translucent reddish yellow for
Transparent pure and brilliant solid and effect
WB823
Red /
colours. Possible to achieve a
Yellow
brilliant, yellow flop in effect
colours, e.g. brass and gold colours.
Black with reduced depth of colour
WB825
Transparent - should only be used in small
Black
quantities if the depth of solid and
effect colours is to be reduced.
Tinting black for solid and effect
colours. Has a bluish tinge and is
especially suitable for grey colours.
Adding it to bright colours reduces
WB827
Transparent
Black
their brightness, makes them greyer
and darker. It should not be added
to colours which do not contain
any white and which therefore
have great depth of colour. It has
no influence on the flop in effect
colours.
Medium red with a bluish tinge for
light to dark red colours. Can be
WB829
Transparent used in solid and effect colours. If
Brilliant Red it is lightened with white or silver,
the result will always be pure pink
PERMAHYD
Colour Matching Tips &
Tinting Guide
colour.
Translucent iron oxide red - can
WB831
Transparent be used only in effect colours for
Oxide
copper-coloured shades. Has a dark
flop.
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Pure, bright reddish yellow primarily used in yellow, orange and
yellow green solid colours. Can also
WB833
Dark Yellow
be used for brown colours with a
particularly deep yellow. Only a very
XXX
Yes
XX
Yes
XX
Yes
X
Yes
X
Yes
X
No
XXX
Yes
small quantity should be added to
effect colours if a light, yellowish
flop is required.
Orange - suitable for use in all solid
colours, in particular for deep red
WB835
Blood
Orange
orange and deep red brown colours.
Not suitable for lightening with
white (pastel colours). Only use in
effect colours if a light, orange flop
is required.
Dark red with a blue tinge - mainly
WB836
Dark Red
for dark red solid and effect
colours.
Translucent reddish blue for all
WB837
Dark Blue
solid and effect colours with a
reddish flop.
WB838
Transparent
Green
Translucent bluish green for all solid
and effect colours. Used mostly for
turquoise effect colours.
Very translucent white - can be
used in effect colours only. A strong
flop can be achieved with it: from
one side it is not bright and rather
WB842
Micro White yellowish, from the other side (the
flop) it is light, milky and bluish
(also known as the frost effect).
Use max. 50%, otherwise the
yellow/blue flop is cancelled out.
Medium, luminous light red, mainly
WB843
Granada
Red
used for light to dark solid reds.
Only used in effect colours if a light,
red flop is desired.
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Pure, luminous yellow with a
strong greenish tinge. Mainly used
WB851
Yellow
for yellow/green solid and effect
colours. In effect colours, if small
XX
Yes
XX
Yes
X
Yes
X
Yes
X
Yes
XX
Yes
XXX
Yes
XX
Yes
X
No
X
No
quantities are added, it produces a
light, yellowish flop.
WB852
Greenish
Yellow
Greenish yellow for brilliant effect
colours.
Translucent blue with a greenish
WB853
Transparent
Azure Blue
tinge - suitable for all solid and
effect colours. Produces a strong
flop in effect colours: green (face),
red (tilted)
Pure, translucent blue with a
WB854
Transparent
Deep Blue
slightly greenish tinge - suitable
for all solid and effect colours. Has
a slightly green flop when used in
effect colours.
Translucent, pure blue violet that
WB856
Deep
can be used to tint all solid and
Purple
effect colours. Used mainly for
blues to achieve a reddish tinge.
Medium to light fine silver pigment,
WB857
Brilliant
Fine Silver
lentil-shaped (silver dollar) for pure,
brilliant effect colours. In sunlight,
very glittery effect.
Silver-dollar coarse metallic toner.
WB858
Brilliant
Silver Extra
Clean, coarse, lentil-shaped silver.
Dark flop & very glittery effect in the
sunlight.
WB859
Brilliant
Blue
Bluish
WB861
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Colour Matching Tips &
Tinting Guide
Green Pearl
Series 285
WB863
Pure, brilliant blue for solid and
effect colours with a slightly reddish
flop.
Medium pearl green for blue green
effect colours.
Hi Lite Blue
Medium coarse pearl blue with
Pearl
a reddish tinge for pure effect
Series 285
colours.
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Copper
WB864
Pearl
Series 285
WB868
Lilac Pearl
Medium coarse violet pearl for pure
brilliant effect colours.
Pearl
Series 285
WB871
WB872
brilliant effect colours.
Series 285
Fine White
WB870
Medium copper-coloured pearl for
Fine white pearl silver for effect
colours.
Pink Pearl
Medium coarse pearl red for effect
Series 285
colours.
Green Pearl Medium pearl green for effect
Series 285
colours.
XXX
No
X
No
X
No
X
No
X
No
XXX
No
X
Yes
XXX
Yes
XX
Yes
XX
Yes
Anthracite-coloured effect pigment
(also known as graphite flakes)
used only in mixtures of effect
WB875
Graphitan
colours, especially with pearls, to
achieve a smoky effect. Mainly
found on Japanese car makes. Has
a soft, silky, slightly bluish flop.
Medium red with a bluish tinge,
used for mixtures with other red
WB877
Special Red
mixing colours (solid and effect
colours). If lightened with white or
silver, the result will always be a
pure pink colour.
Bright gold pigment with good
WB879
Brilliant
opacity. To be used in gold effect
Gold
colours only, especially for pure
gold colours.
Brownish dark red for medium red
WB881
Maroon
to dark red colours with a brownish
tinge.
Brownish dark red, mainly used for
WB882
Transparent
Maroon
brilliant medium red to dark red
solid and effect colours. Good for
effect colours thanks to its purity
and dark flop.
Diamond
WB883
Gold
Series 285
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Coarse yellow Xirallic for effect
colours. Brilliant sparkle in direct
sunlight. The effect is more visible
on the flop than pearls.
X
No
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Tinting Guide
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Coarse copper Xirallic for effect
WB884
Diamond
colours. Brilliant sparkle in direct
Copper
sunlight. The effect is more visible
Series 285
XXX
No
X
No
X
No
X
No
-
No
XXX
No
X
No
X
No
X
No
XXX
No
XXX
No
X
No
XX
No
XX
No
on the flop than pearls. Good
opacity.
Diamond
WB885
Blue
Series 285
Platinum
WB886
Pearl
Series 285
Transparent coarse blue Xirallic for
effect colours. Brilliant sparkle in
direct sunlight. The effect is more
visible on the flop than pearls.
Very fine pearl silver for effect
colours.
Fine Blue
WB887
Pearl
Fine bluish pearl for effect colours.
Series 285
WB888
Transparent
Additive
Carmine
WB889
Red Pearl
Series 285
WB891
WB892
WB893
WB894
WB895
translucent top coat.
Medium red lilac pearl for pure,
brilliant effect colours.
Medium light coarse pearl silver
Series 285
white for effect colours.
Pearl Gold
Medium to coarse pearl yellow for
Series 285
pure, brilliant effect colours.
Pearl Blue
Medium to coarse pearl blue for
Series 285
pure, brilliant effect colours.
Pearl Red
Fine pearl red with good opacity for
Series 285
red effect colours.
Pearl Ruby
Coarse pearl red with good opacity
Series 285
for red effect colours.
White
Series 285
PERMAHYD
Colour Matching Tips &
Tinting Guide
colours to achieve the required
Pearl White
Diamond
WB896
Binding agent used in three-stage
Coarse white Xirallic for effect
colours. Brilliant sparkle in direct
sunlight. The effect is more visible
on the flop than pearls.
Coarse red Xirallic for effect colours.
WB897
Diamond
Red
Brilliant sparkle in direct sunlight.
The effect is more visible on the
flop than pearls. Good opacity.
Transparent coarse green Xirallic
WB898
Diamond
Green
for effect colours. Brilliant sparkle
in direct sunlight. The effect is more
visible on the flop than pearls.
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Collection and Disposal
of Waste and Unused
Material
COLLECTION
DISPOSAL
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WASTE
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COLLECTION
Liquid waste from unused waterborne products and aqueous cleaning agents should
not be mixed with the waste from conventional paint products and cleaning agents,
as it makes it more difficult to dispose of and therefore more expensive, if not
impossible.
The collecting basins for waterborne products, as is the case with those for
conventional products, must stand in a collecting tank because of the risk of
leakage, as waterborne products also contain pollutants.
DISPOSAL
By definition, the directives and regulations on conventional paint materials also aply
to the diposal of waterborne products. Existing federal and local regulations must be
observed.
Consequently, unused quantities of waterborne products, including cleaning agents
for spray guns and tools as well as substrate pretreatment, must be disposed
of properly. Waste and unused materials must be handed over to an authorised
company for disposal, reprocessing or recycling.
It is also possible to separate waste from aqueous cleaning agents (wash water)
with a normal coagulant. The end product from this process are a small quantity of
wet solid matter (paint sludge) and a large quantity of clear fluid. The paint sludge
must be disposed of correctly. The fluid containing water-soluble substances can
be released into the drainage system, provided the limits for pollutants are not
exceeded. However, this method of disposing such waste is becoming subject to
more restrictions, since water purity is now a matter of national interest. Tougher
regulations are making it more difficult to dispose of industrial waste.
AVOIDING WASTE
PERMAHYD
Collection and Disposal
of Waste and Unused
Material
If priority is given to avoiding waste when using waterborne products, costs can be
reduced.
• Only mix/add reducer to the quantity of material actually required.
• If demineralised water is used to clean spray guns and tools, the costly disposal
of contaminated cleaning agents, which otherwise constitute a large amount of
waste, can be avoided. See System Data Sheet (No. 905.0).
The employed tests comply with state-of-the-art technology regarding methods and accuracy.
The quoted measuring results do not constitute a legal warranty of specific product features
or of the products´ suitability for a specific purpose. Warning remarks on the labels must be
observed. Any existing industrial property rights must be considered. According to our general
terms and conditions of domestic and export sale, we warrant that our products are in the
condition specified in the contract.
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Material Safety Data
Sheets
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PERMAHYD BASE COAT 280
PERMAHYD PEARL BASE COAT 285
PERMAHYD 1K PRIMER SURFACER 4100
PERMAHYD BLEND-IN ADDITIVE 9005
NEW
PERMAHYD SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD DEMINERALISED WATER
6000
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
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1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the company/undertaking
Product name
Permahyd
Basecoat Series 280
Product code
000004025331903130
Intended use of the substance/preparation
Coating for professional use
Company/Undertaking Identification
Producer/Supplier
SPIES HECKER GMBH
Street/Box
Postfach 40 02 07
Nat.-Code/Postal code/City
DE 50832 Köln
Telephone
+49 (0)2234/60 19-06
Information on SDS
Responsible Department
Telephone
Telefax
E-mail address
Regulatory Affairs
+49 (0)202 529-2385
+49 (0)202 529-2804
[email protected]
Emergency Information
Emergency telephone
+44 (0)845 600-6640
For further information, please also consult our Internet site:
http://www.spieshecker.com
2. Hazards identification
The preparation is non-dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
Special hazard instructions for humans and environment
Safety data sheet available for professional user on request.
3. Composition/information on ingredients
Chemical characterization
Mixture of synthetic resins, pigments, and solvents
Hazardous components
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of the DSD 67/548/EEC incl. 29. ATP
EC-No.
203-905-0
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
Concentration
5.00 - < 7.00 %
Classification
Xn; R20/21/22 Xi;
R36/38
200-751-6
71-36-3
n-butanol
2.00 - < 2.50 %
R10 Xi; R37/38
Xn; R22 R67 Xi;
R41
212-828-1
872-50-4
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
1.00 - < 2.00 %
Xi; R36/38
Additional advice
To avoid misinterpretation in any case of risk assessment it is not allowed to accumulate the above mentioned percentages. See
full text of R-phrases in chapter 16.
4. First aid measures
General advice
When symptoms persist or in all cases of doubt seek medical advice. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
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Inhalation
Avoid inhalation of vapour or mist. Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation of vapours. If breathing is irregular or
stopped, administer artificial respiration. If unconscious place in recovery position and seek medical advice. If symptoms persist,
call a physician.
Skin contact
Do NOT use solvents or thinners. Take off all contaminated clothing immediately. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or
use recognized skin cleanser. If skin irritation persists, call a physician.
Eye contact
Remove contact lenses. Irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes, holding the eyelids apart. Seek
medical advice.
Ingestion
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Do not induce vomiting. Keep at rest.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Hazardous combustion products
Fire will produce dense black smoke containing hazardous combustion products (see section 10). Exposure to decomposition
products may be a hazard to health.
Fire and Explosion Hazards
no data available
Suitable extinguishing media
Universal aqueous film-forming foam, carbon dioxide (CO2), dry chemical, water spray.
Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons
high volume water jet
Special Protective Equipment and Fire Fighting Procedures
Wear as appropriate: full protective flameproof clothing. Wear self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting if necessary. In
the event of fire, cool tanks with water spray. Do not allow run-off from fire fighting to enter drains or water courses.
Additional advice
Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water spray.
6. Accidental release measures
Personal precautions
Keep in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from sources of ignition. Comply with safety directives (see chapters 7 and 8). Do
not inhale vapours.
Environmental precautions
Do not let product enter drains. Notify the respective authorities in accordance with local law in the case of contamination of
rivers, lakes or waste water systems.
Methods for cleaning up
Contain and collect spillage with non-combustible absorbent materials, e.g. sand, earth, vermiculite, diatomaceous earth and
place in container for disposal according to local regulations. Clean preferably with a detergent; avoid use of solvents.
7. Handling and storage
Safe handling advice
Prevent the creation of flammable or explosive concentrations of vapour in air and avoid vapour concentration higher than the
occupational exposure limits. The product should only be used in areas from which all naked lights and other sources of ignition
have been excluded. Preparation may charge electrostatically: always use grounded leads when transferring from one container
to another. Operators should wear antistatic footwear and clothing. No sparking tools should be used. Avoid skin and eye
contact. Do not breathe vapours or spray mist. Smoking, eating and drinking should be prohibited in the application area. For
personal protection see section 8. Comply with the health and safety at work laws. If material is a coating, do not sand, flame
cut, braze or weld dry coating without an appropriate respirator or appropriate ventilation, and gloves.
Advice on protection against fire and explosion
Solvent vapours are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Vapours may form explosive mixtures with air. Never use
pressure to empty container: container is not a pressure vessel. Always keep in containers of same material as the original one.
Storage
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Requirements for storage areas and containers
Observe label precautions. Store between 5 and 25◦ C in a dry, well ventilated place away from sources of heat, ignition and
direct sunlight. No smoking. Prevent unauthorized access. Containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept
upright to prevent leakage.
Advice on common storage
Store separately from oxidizing agents and strongly alkaline and strongly acidic materials.
8. Exposure controls / personal protection
Additional technical information on the plant
Provide adequate ventilation. This should be achieved by a good general extraction and -if practically feasible- by the use of a
local exhaust ventilation. If these are not sufficient to maintain concentrations of particulates and solvent vapour below the OEL,
suitable respiratory protection must be worn.
National occupational exposure limits
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
71-36-3
n-butanol
872-50-4
Source
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Time
Type
TWA
Value
25 ppm
STEL
154 mg/m3
STEL
50 ppm
STEL
309 mg/m3
STEL
75 ppm
TWA
103 mg/m3
TWA
25 ppm
Note
Protective equipment
Personal protective equipment should be worn to prevent contact with eyes, skin or clothing.
Respiratory protection
When workers are facing concentrations above the exposure limit they must use appropriate certified respirators.
Hand protection
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
n-butanol
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Glove material
R
Viton 
Glove thickness
0.7 mm
Break through time
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
R
Viton 
0.7 mm
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
30 min
R
Viton 
0.7 mm
60 min
The protective glove should be checked in each case for their work specific suitability (e.g. mechanical stability, product
compatibility, and anti-static properties). When the intended use is for spray application a nitrile glove of the chemical resistance
R glove) is to be used. After contamination, the glove has to be changed. If immersing the hands into the
group 3 (e.g. Dermatril
product is not avoidable (e.g. maintenance work) a butyl or fluorocarbon rubber glove should be used. When skin exposure may
occur to materials specified in section 2 of this SDS, advice should be sought from the glove supplier as to appropriate type to
use with this product and the permeation breakthrough times. Care should be taken when working with sharp edged articles as
these can easily damage the gloves and make them ineffective. The instructions and information provided by the glove supplier
on use, storage, maintenance and replacement must be followed. Damaged gloves or those showing signs of wear should be
replaced immediately.
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Eye protection
Wear protective eyewear for protection against solvent spatter.
Skin protection
Wear suitable protective clothing. Personnel should wear antistatic clothings made of natural fiber or of high temperature
resistant synthetic fiber.
Hygiene measures
Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or use recognized skin cleanser. Do not use organic solvents!
Environmental exposure controls
Do not let product enter drains. For ecological information refer to section 12.
9. Physical and chemical properties
General information (appearance)
Physical state: liquid
Colour:
Important health, safety and environmental information
Flash point
Autoignition temperature
Boiling point/range
Lower explosion limit
Upper explosion limit
Vapour pressure
Relative density
Water solubility
Viscosity (23 ◦ C)
Solvent separation test
Content of volatile components (including water)
pH
Conductivity
Value
55 ◦ C
224 – 351 ◦ C
60 – 171 ◦ C
1.1 %
10.6 %
0.9 hPa
1.12 g/cm3
appreciable
<20 s
< 3%
66.9%
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
Method
DIN 51794
DIN 53217/ISO 2811
ISO 2431-1993 6 mm
ADR/RID
Basis Vapour pressure >= 0.01 kPa
Does not sustain combustion
10. Stability and reactivity
Stability
Stable
Conditions to avoid
Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (see section 7).
Materials to avoid
Keep away from oxidising agents, strongly alkaline and strongly acid materials in order to avoid exothermic reactions.
Hazardous decomposition products
When exposed to high temperatures may produce hazardous decomposition products such as carbon monoxide and dioxide,
smoke, oxides of nitrogen.
11. Toxicological information
General observations
There is no data available on the product. The product is classified and labelled in accordance with EC directives or respective
national laws. See sections 2 and 15 for details.
Practical experience
Not applicable.
Toxicity Test Type
Value
Time
Species
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2-butoxyethanol
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
n-butanol
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
1,746 mg/kg
435 mg/kg
> 450 ppm
4h
rat
rabbit
rabbit
790 mg/kg
3,400 mg/kg
8,000 ppm
8h
8h
4h
rat
rabbit
rat
4h
rat
rat
rat
4,150 mg/kg
7,000 mg/kg
> 5 mg/l
12. Ecological information
There are no data available on the product itself. The product should not be allowed to enter drains or watercourses. Product
does not contain any organic halogens.
Mobility
No information available.
Persistence and degradability
No information available.
Bioaccumulative potential
No information available.
Other adverse effects
The preparation was evaluated in accordance with the conventional method of the preparation directive 1999/45/EG and was not
classified as environmental dangerous.
13. Disposal considerations
Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
Product:
Recommendation:
A disposal process that converts the waste into energy is recommended. If this is not possible the hazardous waste must be
disposed of by incineration.
Uncleaned packaging:
Recommendation:
Properly emptied containers are to be scrap processed or reconditioned. Improperly emptied containers are considered
hazardous waste (waste key number 150110). Waste, including emptied containers, is controlled waste. Do not allow into drains
or watercourses or dispose of where ground or surface waters may be affected. If fully drained containers are compacted they
can be regarded as Controlled Waste and disposed of in accordance with the requirements of the Control of Pollution Act 1974
and the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (GB), the Pollution Control and Local Government (NI) Order 1978 (NI) or of the EC
(Waste) Regulations 1979 and the EC (Toxic & Dangerous Waste) Regulations 1982 (IRL).
14. Transport information
Not classified as dangerous in the meaning of transport regulations.
Not classified as supporting combustion according to the transport regulations.
ADR/RID: in accordance with nota 1 of chapter 2.2.3.1.1
IMDG: in accordance with chapter 2.3.1.3
ICAO/IATA: in accordance with chapter 3.3.1.3
15. Regulatory information
In accordance with the CHIP Regulations 2002 the product is labelled as follows:
S-phrase(s)
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S23
S38
Do not breathe vapour/spray.
In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment.
Safety data sheet available for professional user on request.
The preparation is non-dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
16. Other information
Full text of R phrases with no. appearing in section 2
R10
R20/21/22
R22
R36/38
R37/38
R41
R67
Flammable.
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
Harmful if swallowed.
Irritating to eyes and skin.
Irritating to respiratory system and skin.
Risk of serious damage to eyes.
Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
Information taken from reference works and the literature.
Substance No.
CAS no: www.cas.org./EO/regsys.html
EC no: http://ecb.jrc.it/esis/index.php?PGM=ein
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of Directive
67/548/EEC.
http://ecb.jrc.it/existing-chemicals/
http://ecb.jrc.it/classification-labelling/
http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/htmlgen?HSDB
http://www.cdc.gov(niosh/ipcs/icstart.html
Other directives, limitations and prohibitory
regulations
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Directive 90/394/EC
Directive 793/93/EC
Directive 1999/45/EC
Directive 2006/8/EC
EUR-LEX: http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/
Exposure limit for the pure substance
http://osha.europa.eu/OSHA
Training advice
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Further information
The information of this SDS is based on the present state of our knowledge and meets the requirements of EU and national
laws. The user’s working conditions however, are beyond our knowledge and control. The product is not to be used for purposes
other than those specified under section 1 without a written permission. It remains the responsibility of the user to ensure that
the necessary steps are taken to meet the laws and regulations. Handling of the product may only be done by people above 18
years of age, who are satisfactorily informed of how to do the work, the hazardous properties and necessary safety precautions.
The information given in this SDS is to describe the product only in terms of health and safety requirements and should not,
therefore, be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.
Report version
1.0
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Revision Date:
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
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1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the company/undertaking
Product name
Permahyd
Mixing Colour Series 285
(Xi)
Product code
000004025331903222
Intended use of the substance/preparation
Coating for professional use
Company/Undertaking Identification
Producer/Supplier
SPIES HECKER GMBH
Street/Box
Postfach 40 02 07
Nat.-Code/Postal code/City
DE 50832 Köln
Telephone
+49 (0)2234/60 19-06
Information on SDS
Responsible Department
Telephone
Telefax
E-mail address
Regulatory Affairs
+49 (0)202 529-2385
+49 (0)202 529-2804
[email protected]
Emergency Information
Emergency telephone
+44 (0)845 600-6640
For further information, please also consult our Internet site:
http://www.spieshecker.com
2. Hazards identification
The preparation is non-dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
Special hazard instructions for humans and environment
Safety data sheet available for professional user on request.
3. Composition/information on ingredients
Chemical characterization
Mixture of synthetic resins, pigments, and solvents as well as water
Hazardous components
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of the DSD 67/548/EEC incl. 29. ATP
EC-No.
203-905-0
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
Concentration
3.00 - < 5.00 %
Classification
Xn; R20/21/22 Xi;
R36/38
200-751-6
71-36-3
n-butanol
3.00 - < 5.00 %
R10 Xi; R37/38
Xn; R22 R67 Xi;
R41
212-828-1
872-50-4
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
1.00 - < 2.00 %
Xi; R36/38
Additional advice
To avoid misinterpretation in any case of risk assessment it is not allowed to accumulate the above mentioned percentages. See
full text of R-phrases in chapter 16.
4. First aid measures
General advice
When symptoms persist or in all cases of doubt seek medical advice. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and
Copyright (C) 2006 DuPont. Permacron ,
Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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Inhalation
Avoid inhalation of vapour or mist. Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation of vapours. If breathing is irregular or
stopped, administer artificial respiration. If unconscious place in recovery position and seek medical advice. If symptoms persist,
call a physician.
Skin contact
Do NOT use solvents or thinners. Take off all contaminated clothing immediately. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or
use recognized skin cleanser. If skin irritation persists, call a physician.
Eye contact
Remove contact lenses. Irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes, holding the eyelids apart. Seek
medical advice.
Ingestion
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Do not induce vomiting. Keep at rest.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Hazardous combustion products
Fire will produce dense black smoke containing hazardous combustion products (see section 10). Exposure to decomposition
products may be a hazard to health.
Fire and Explosion Hazards
no data available
Suitable extinguishing media
water spray, dry chemical, foam.
Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons
high volume water jet
Special Protective Equipment and Fire Fighting Procedures
Wear as appropriate: full protective flameproof clothing. Wear self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting if necessary. In
the event of fire, cool tanks with water spray. Do not allow run-off from fire fighting to enter drains or water courses.
Additional advice
Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water spray.
6. Accidental release measures
Personal precautions
Keep in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from sources of ignition. Comply with safety directives (see chapters 7 and 8). Do
not inhale vapours.
Environmental precautions
Do not let product enter drains. Notify the respective authorities in accordance with local law in the case of contamination of
rivers, lakes or waste water systems.
Methods for cleaning up
Contain and collect spillage with non-combustible absorbent materials, e.g. sand, earth, vermiculite, diatomaceous earth and
place in container for disposal according to local regulations. Clean preferably with a detergent; avoid use of solvents.
7. Handling and storage
Safe handling advice
Prevent the creation of flammable or explosive concentrations of vapour in air and avoid vapour concentration higher than the
occupational exposure limits. The product should only be used in areas from which all naked lights and other sources of ignition
have been excluded. Preparation may charge electrostatically: always use grounded leads when transferring from one container
to another. Operators should wear antistatic footwear and clothing. No sparking tools should be used. Avoid skin and eye
contact. Do not breathe vapours or spray mist. Smoking, eating and drinking should be prohibited in the application area. For
personal protection see section 8. Comply with the health and safety at work laws. If material is a coating, do not sand, flame
cut, braze or weld dry coating without an appropriate respirator or appropriate ventilation, and gloves.
Advice on protection against fire and explosion
Solvent vapours are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Vapours may form explosive mixtures with air. Never use
pressure to empty container: container is not a pressure vessel. Always keep in containers of same material as the original one.
Storage
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R and Permahyd 
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
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Requirements for storage areas and containers
Observe label precautions. Store between 5 and 25◦ C in a dry, well ventilated place away from sources of heat, ignition and
direct sunlight. No smoking. Prevent unauthorized access. Containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept
upright to prevent leakage.
Advice on common storage
Store separately from oxidizing agents and strongly alkaline and strongly acidic materials.
8. Exposure controls / personal protection
Additional technical information on the plant
Provide adequate ventilation. This should be achieved by a good general extraction and -if practically feasible- by the use of a
local exhaust ventilation. If these are not sufficient to maintain concentrations of particulates and solvent vapour below the OEL,
suitable respiratory protection must be worn.
National occupational exposure limits
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
71-36-3
n-butanol
872-50-4
Source
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Time
Type
TWA
Value
25 ppm
STEL
154 mg/m3
STEL
50 ppm
STEL
309 mg/m3
STEL
75 ppm
TWA
103 mg/m3
TWA
25 ppm
Note
Protective equipment
Personal protective equipment should be worn to prevent contact with eyes, skin or clothing.
Respiratory protection
When workers are facing concentrations above the exposure limit they must use appropriate certified respirators.
Hand protection
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
n-butanol
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Glove material
R
Viton 
Glove thickness
0.7 mm
Break through time
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
R
Viton 
0.7 mm
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
30 min
R
Viton 
0.7 mm
60 min
The protective glove should be checked in each case for their work specific suitability (e.g. mechanical stability, product
compatibility, and anti-static properties). When the intended use is for spray application a nitrile glove of the chemical resistance
R glove) is to be used. After contamination, the glove has to be changed. If immersing the hands into the
group 3 (e.g. Dermatril
product is not avoidable (e.g. maintenance work) a butyl or fluorocarbon rubber glove should be used. When skin exposure may
occur to materials specified in section 2 of this SDS, advice should be sought from the glove supplier as to appropriate type to
use with this product and the permeation breakthrough times. Care should be taken when working with sharp edged articles as
these can easily damage the gloves and make them ineffective. The instructions and information provided by the glove supplier
on use, storage, maintenance and replacement must be followed. Damaged gloves or those showing signs of wear should be
replaced immediately.
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and
Copyright (C) 2006 DuPont. Permacron ,
Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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Eye protection
Wear protective eyewear for protection against solvent spatter.
Skin protection
Wear suitable protective clothing. Personnel should wear antistatic clothings made of natural fiber or of high temperature
resistant synthetic fiber.
Hygiene measures
Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or use recognized skin cleanser. Do not use organic solvents!
Environmental exposure controls
Do not let product enter drains. For ecological information refer to section 12.
9. Physical and chemical properties
General information (appearance)
Physical state: liquid
Colour: diverse
Important health, safety and environmental information
Flash point
Autoignition temperature
Boiling point/range
Lower explosion limit
Upper explosion limit
Vapour pressure
Relative density
Water solubility
Viscosity (23 ◦ C)
Solvent separation test
Content of volatile components (including water)
pH
Conductivity
Value
57 ◦ C
Not applicable.
60 – 100 ◦ C
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
0.8 hPa
1.1 g/cm3
appreciable
35 s
< 3%
76.6%
4–9
Not applicable.
Method
DIN 51794
DIN 53217/ISO 2811
ISO 2431-1993 6 mm
ADR/RID
Basis Vapour pressure >= 0.01 kPa
Does not sustain combustion
10. Stability and reactivity
Stability
Stable
Conditions to avoid
Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (see section 7).
Materials to avoid
Keep away from oxidising agents, strongly alkaline and strongly acid materials in order to avoid exothermic reactions.
Hazardous decomposition products
When exposed to high temperatures may produce hazardous decomposition products such as carbon monoxide and dioxide,
smoke, oxides of nitrogen.
11. Toxicological information
General observations
There is no data available on the product. The product is classified and labelled in accordance with EC directives or respective
national laws. See sections 2 and 15 for details.
Practical experience
Not applicable.
Toxicity Test Type
Value
Time
Species
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2-butoxyethanol
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
n-butanol
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
1,746 mg/kg
435 mg/kg
> 450 ppm
4h
rat
rabbit
rabbit
790 mg/kg
3,400 mg/kg
8,000 ppm
8h
8h
4h
rat
rabbit
rat
4h
rat
rat
rat
4,150 mg/kg
7,000 mg/kg
> 5 mg/l
12. Ecological information
There are no data available on the product itself. The product should not be allowed to enter drains or watercourses. Product
does not contain any organic halogens.
Mobility
No information available.
Persistence and degradability
No information available.
Bioaccumulative potential
No information available.
Other adverse effects
The preparation was evaluated in accordance with the conventional method of the preparation directive 1999/45/EG and was not
classified as environmental dangerous.
13. Disposal considerations
Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
Product:
Recommendation:
A disposal process that converts the waste into energy is recommended. If this is not possible the hazardous waste must be
disposed of by incineration.
Waste Key Number
08 01 11
Description
waste paint and varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances
Uncleaned packaging:
Recommendation:
Properly emptied containers are to be scrap processed or reconditioned. Improperly emptied containers are considered
hazardous waste (waste key number 150110). Waste, including emptied containers, is controlled waste. Waste, including
emptied containers, is controlled waste.
14. Transport information
Not classified as dangerous in the meaning of transport regulations.
Not classified as supporting combustion according to the transport regulations.
ADR/RID: in accordance with nota 1 of chapter 2.2.3.1.1
IMDG: in accordance with chapter 2.3.1.3
ICAO/IATA: in accordance with chapter 3.3.1.3
15. Regulatory information
In accordance with the CHIP Regulations 2002 the product is labelled as follows:
S-phrase(s)
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S23
S38
Do not breathe vapour/spray.
In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment.
Safety data sheet available for professional user on request.
The preparation is non-dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
16. Other information
Full text of R phrases with no. appearing in section 2
R10
R20/21/22
R22
R36/38
R37/38
R41
R67
Flammable.
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
Harmful if swallowed.
Irritating to eyes and skin.
Irritating to respiratory system and skin.
Risk of serious damage to eyes.
Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
Information taken from reference works and the literature.
Substance No.
CAS no: www.cas.org./EO/regsys.html
EC no: http://ecb.jrc.it/esis/index.php?PGM=ein
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of Directive
67/548/EEC.
http://ecb.jrc.it/existing-chemicals/
http://ecb.jrc.it/classification-labelling/
http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/htmlgen?HSDB
http://www.cdc.gov(niosh/ipcs/icstart.html
Other directives, limitations and prohibitory
regulations
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Directive 90/394/EC
Directive 793/93/EC
Directive 1999/45/EC
Directive 2006/8/EC
EUR-LEX: http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/
Exposure limit for the pure substance
http://osha.europa.eu/OSHA
Training advice
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Further information
The information of this SDS is based on the present state of our knowledge and meets the requirements of EU and national
laws. The user’s working conditions however, are beyond our knowledge and control. The product is not to be used for purposes
other than those specified under section 1 without a written permission. It remains the responsibility of the user to ensure that
the necessary steps are taken to meet the laws and regulations. Handling of the product may only be done by people above 18
years of age, who are satisfactorily informed of how to do the work, the hazardous properties and necessary safety precautions.
The information given in this SDS is to describe the product only in terms of health and safety requirements and should not,
therefore, be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.
Report version
1.0
1.1
Revision Date:
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15
2007-12-06
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
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1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the company/undertaking
Product name
PERMAHYD
1K PRIMER SURFACER 4100
GRAU / GREY
Product code
000004025331222699
Intended use of the substance/preparation
Coating for professional use
Company/Undertaking Identification
Producer/Supplier
SPIES HECKER GMBH
Street/Box
Postfach 40 02 07
Nat.-Code/Postal code/City
DE 50832 Köln
Telephone
+49 (0)2234/60 19-06
Information on SDS
Responsible Department
Telephone
Telefax
E-mail address
Regulatory Affairs
+49 (0)202 529-2385
+49 (0)202 529-2804
[email protected]
Emergency Information
Emergency telephone
+44 (0)845 600-6640
For further information, please also consult our Internet site:
http://www.spieshecker.com
2. Hazards identification
The preparation is classified as dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
Human health hazards
Classification : dangerous for the environment;
Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
Special hazard instructions for humans and environment
None known.
3. Composition/information on ingredients
Chemical characterization
Mixture of synthetic resins, pigments, and solvents as well as water
Hazardous components
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of the DSD 67/548/EEC incl. 29. ATP
EC-No.
231-944-3
CAS-No.
7779-90-0
Chemical Name
trizinc bis(orthophosphate)
Concentration
7.00 - < 10.00 %
Classification
N; R50/53
203-905-0
111-76-2
2-butoxyethanol
5.00 - < 7.00 %
Xn; R20/21/22 Xi;
R36/38
Additional advice
To avoid misinterpretation in any case of risk assessment it is not allowed to accumulate the above mentioned percentages. See
full text of R-phrases in chapter 16.
4. First aid measures
General advice
When symptoms persist or in all cases of doubt seek medical advice. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and
Copyright (C) 2006 DuPont. Permacron ,
Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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Inhalation
Avoid inhalation of vapour or mist. Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation of vapours. If breathing is irregular or
stopped, administer artificial respiration. If unconscious place in recovery position and seek medical advice. If symptoms persist,
call a physician.
Skin contact
Do NOT use solvents or thinners. Take off all contaminated clothing immediately. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or
use recognized skin cleanser. If skin irritation persists, call a physician.
Eye contact
Remove contact lenses. Irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes, holding the eyelids apart. Seek
medical advice.
Ingestion
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Do not induce vomiting. Keep at rest.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Hazardous combustion products
Fire will produce dense black smoke containing hazardous combustion products (see section 10). Exposure to decomposition
products may be a hazard to health.
Fire and Explosion Hazards
no data available
Suitable extinguishing media
water spray, dry chemical, foam.
Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons
high volume water jet
Special Protective Equipment and Fire Fighting Procedures
Wear as appropriate: full protective flameproof clothing. Wear self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting if necessary. In
the event of fire, cool tanks with water spray. Do not allow run-off from fire fighting to enter drains or water courses.
Additional advice
Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water spray.
6. Accidental release measures
Personal precautions
Keep in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from sources of ignition. Comply with safety directives (see chapters 7 and 8). Do
not inhale vapours.
Environmental precautions
Do not let product enter drains. Notify the respective authorities in accordance with local law in the case of contamination of
rivers, lakes or waste water systems.
Methods for cleaning up
Contain and collect spillage with non-combustible absorbent materials, e.g. sand, earth, vermiculite, diatomaceous earth and
place in container for disposal according to local regulations. Clean preferably with a detergent; avoid use of solvents.
7. Handling and storage
Safe handling advice
Prevent the creation of flammable or explosive concentrations of vapour in air and avoid vapour concentration higher than the
occupational exposure limits. The product should only be used in areas from which all naked lights and other sources of ignition
have been excluded. Preparation may charge electrostatically: always use grounded leads when transferring from one container
to another. Operators should wear antistatic footwear and clothing. No sparking tools should be used. Avoid skin and eye
contact. Do not breathe vapours or spray mist. Smoking, eating and drinking should be prohibited in the application area. For
personal protection see section 8. Comply with the health and safety at work laws. If material is a coating, do not sand, flame
cut, braze or weld dry coating without an appropriate respirator or appropriate ventilation, and gloves.
Advice on protection against fire and explosion
Solvent vapours are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Vapours may form explosive mixtures with air. Never use
pressure to empty container: container is not a pressure vessel. Always keep in containers of same material as the original one.
Storage
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and
Copyright (C) 2006 DuPont. Permacron ,
Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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Print Date: 2007-12-06
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
according to 1907/2006/EC
Requirements for storage areas and containers
Observe label precautions. Store between 5 and 25◦ C in a dry, well ventilated place away from sources of heat, ignition and
direct sunlight. No smoking. Prevent unauthorized access. Containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept
upright to prevent leakage.
Advice on common storage
Store separately from oxidizing agents and strongly alkaline and strongly acidic materials.
8. Exposure controls / personal protection
Additional technical information on the plant
Provide adequate ventilation. This should be achieved by a good general extraction and -if practically feasible- by the use of a
local exhaust ventilation. If these are not sufficient to maintain concentrations of particulates and solvent vapour below the OEL,
suitable respiratory protection must be worn.
National occupational exposure limits
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
Source
Time
Type
TWA
Value
25 ppm
Note
Protective equipment
Personal protective equipment should be worn to prevent contact with eyes, skin or clothing.
Respiratory protection
When workers are facing concentrations above the exposure limit they must use appropriate certified respirators.
Hand protection
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
Glove material
R
Viton 
Glove thickness
0.7 mm
Break through time
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
The protective glove should be checked in each case for their work specific suitability (e.g. mechanical stability, product
compatibility, and anti-static properties). When the intended use is for spray application a nitrile glove of the chemical resistance
R glove) is to be used. After contamination, the glove has to be changed. If immersing the hands into the
group 3 (e.g. Dermatril
product is not avoidable (e.g. maintenance work) a butyl or fluorocarbon rubber glove should be used. When skin exposure may
occur to materials specified in section 2 of this SDS, advice should be sought from the glove supplier as to appropriate type to
use with this product and the permeation breakthrough times. Care should be taken when working with sharp edged articles as
these can easily damage the gloves and make them ineffective. The instructions and information provided by the glove supplier
on use, storage, maintenance and replacement must be followed. Damaged gloves or those showing signs of wear should be
replaced immediately.
Eye protection
Wear protective eyewear for protection against solvent spatter.
Skin protection
Wear suitable protective clothing. Personnel should wear antistatic clothings made of natural fiber or of high temperature
resistant synthetic fiber.
Hygiene measures
Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or use recognized skin cleanser. Do not use organic solvents!
Environmental exposure controls
Do not let product enter drains. For ecological information refer to section 12.
9. Physical and chemical properties
General information (appearance)
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of E. I. du Pont de Nemours and
Copyright (C) 2006 DuPont. Permacron ,
Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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Physical state: liquid
Colour: grey
Important health, safety and environmental information
Flash point
Autoignition temperature
Boiling point/range
Lower explosion limit
Upper explosion limit
Vapour pressure
Relative density
Water solubility
Viscosity (23 ◦ C)
Solvent separation test
Content of volatile components (including water)
pH
Conductivity
Value
80 ◦ C
224 ◦ C
100 – 171 ◦ C
1.1 % based on organic solvents
10.6 % based on organic solvents
0.0 hPa
1.4 g/cm3
appreciable
34 s
< 3%
43.0%
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
Method
DIN 53213/ISO1523
DIN 51794
DIN 53217/ISO 2811
ISO 2431-1993 6 mm
ADR/RID
Basis Vapour pressure >= 0.01 kPa
10. Stability and reactivity
Stability
Stable
Conditions to avoid
Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (see section 7).
Materials to avoid
Keep away from oxidising agents, strongly alkaline and strongly acid materials in order to avoid exothermic reactions.
Hazardous decomposition products
When exposed to high temperatures may produce hazardous decomposition products such as carbon monoxide and dioxide,
smoke, oxides of nitrogen.
11. Toxicological information
General observations
There is no data available on the product. The product is classified and labelled in accordance with EC directives or respective
national laws. See sections 2 and 15 for details.
Practical experience
Not applicable.
Toxicity Test Type
Value
trizinc bis(orthophosphate)
Oral LD50
> 5,000 mg/kg
2-butoxyethanol
Oral LD50
1,746 mg/kg
Dermal LD50
435 mg/kg
Inhalation LC50 > 450 ppm
Time
Species
rat
rat
rabbit
rabbit
4h
12. Ecological information
There are no data available on the product itself. The product should not be allowed to enter drains or watercourses. Product
does not contain any organic halogens.
Acute toxicity aquatic invertebrates
EINECS-No.
Chemical Name
Species
Type
231-944-3
trizinc bis(orthophosphate)
Daphnia
EC50
Exposure
time
48 h
Value
Method
1 mg/l
Acute and extended toxicity of fishes
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EINECS-No.
Chemical Name
Species
Type
231-944-3
trizinc bis(orthophosphate)
Oncorhynchus
mykiss (rainbow
trout)
LC50
Exposure
time
96 h
Value
Exposure
time
72 h
Value
Method
1 mg/l
Toxicity with aquatic plants
EINECS-No.
Chemical Name
Species
Type
231-944-3
trizinc bis(orthophosphate)
Algae
EC50
Method
0.3 mg/l
Mobility
No information available.
Persistence and degradability
No information available.
Bioaccumulative potential
No information available.
Other adverse effects
The preparation has been assessed following the conventional method of the Dangerous
Preparations Directive 1999/45/EC and is classified for eco-toxicological properties accordingly. See Sections 2 and 15 for details.
13. Disposal considerations
Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
Product:
Recommendation:
A disposal process that converts the waste into energy is recommended. If this is not possible the hazardous waste must be
disposed of by incineration.
Waste Key Number
08 01 11
Description
waste paint and varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances
Uncleaned packaging:
Recommendation:
Properly emptied containers are to be scrap processed or reconditioned. Improperly emptied containers are considered
hazardous waste (waste key number 150110). Waste, including emptied containers, is controlled waste. Waste, including
emptied containers, is controlled waste.
14. Transport information
Transport only in accordance with the requirements of the Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail (Classification,
Packaging and Labeling), ADR for road, RID for rail, IMDG for sea and ICAO/IATA for air transport.
ADR/RID (Land transport)
Proper shipping name:
ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.
UN-No:
Hazard Class:
Subsidiary Hazard Class:
Packing group:
Special Provision:
Kemler Code:
3082
9
Not applicable.
III
90
IMDG (Sea transport)
Proper shipping name:
ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.
UN-No:
Hazard Class:
Subsidiary Hazard Class:
Packing group:
3082
9
Not applicable.
III
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Marine Pollutant:
EmS:
N
F-A,S-F
ICAO/IATA (Air transport)
Proper shipping name:
ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.
UN-No:
Hazard Class:
Subsidiary Hazard Class:
Packing group:
3082
9
Not applicable.
III
15. Regulatory information
In accordance with the CHIP Regulations 2002 the product is labelled as follows:
Symbol and indicating of hazard
N
Dangerous for the environment
R-phrase(s)
R51/53
Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
S-phrase(s)
S23
S38
S61
Do not breathe vapour/spray.
In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment.
Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/safety data sheets.
16. Other information
Full text of R phrases with no. appearing in section 2
R20/21/22
R36/38
R50/53
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
Irritating to eyes and skin.
Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
Information taken from reference works and the literature.
Substance No.
CAS no: www.cas.org./EO/regsys.html
EC no: http://ecb.jrc.it/esis/index.php?PGM=ein
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of Directive
67/548/EEC.
http://ecb.jrc.it/existing-chemicals/
http://ecb.jrc.it/classification-labelling/
http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/htmlgen?HSDB
http://www.cdc.gov(niosh/ipcs/icstart.html
Other directives, limitations and prohibitory
regulations
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Directive 90/394/EC
Directive 793/93/EC
Directive 1999/45/EC
Directive 2006/8/EC
EUR-LEX: http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
according to 1907/2006/EC
Exposure limit for the pure substance
http://osha.europa.eu/OSHA
Training advice
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Further information
The information of this SDS is based on the present state of our knowledge and meets the requirements of EU and national
laws. The user’s working conditions however, are beyond our knowledge and control. The product is not to be used for purposes
other than those specified under section 1 without a written permission. It remains the responsibility of the user to ensure that
the necessary steps are taken to meet the laws and regulations. Handling of the product may only be done by people above 18
years of age, who are satisfactorily informed of how to do the work, the hazardous properties and necessary safety precautions.
The information given in this SDS is to describe the product only in terms of health and safety requirements and should not,
therefore, be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.
Report version
1.0
1.1
1.2
Revision Date:
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15
12
2007-12-06
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
according to 1907/2006/EC
1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the company/undertaking
Product name
Permahyd
Blend-in Additiv 9005
new
Product code
000004025331237150
Intended use of the substance/preparation
Coating for professional use
Company/Undertaking Identification
Producer/Supplier
SPIES HECKER GMBH
Street/Box
Postfach 40 02 07
Nat.-Code/Postal code/City
DE 50832 Köln
Telephone
+49 (0)2234/60 19-06
Information on SDS
Responsible Department
Telephone
Telefax
E-mail address
Regulatory Affairs
+49 (0)202 529-2385
+49 (0)202 529-2804
[email protected]
Emergency Information
Emergency telephone
+44 (0)845 600-6640
For further information, please also consult our Internet site:
http://www.spieshecker.com
2. Hazards identification
The preparation is non-dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
Special hazard instructions for humans and environment
Safety data sheet available for professional user on request.
3. Composition/information on ingredients
Chemical characterization
Mixture of synthetic resins, pigments, and solvents as well as water
Hazardous components
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of the DSD 67/548/EEC incl. 29. ATP
EC-No.
203-905-0
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
Concentration
3.00 - < 5.00 %
Classification
Xn; R20/21/22 Xi;
R36/38
200-751-6
71-36-3
n-butanol
2.00 - < 2.50 %
R10 Xi; R37/38
Xn; R22 R67 Xi;
R41
212-828-1
872-50-4
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
1.00 - < 2.00 %
Xi; R36/38
Additional advice
To avoid misinterpretation in any case of risk assessment it is not allowed to accumulate the above mentioned percentages. See
full text of R-phrases in chapter 16.
4. First aid measures
General advice
When symptoms persist or in all cases of doubt seek medical advice. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
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Inhalation
Avoid inhalation of vapour or mist. Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation of vapours. If breathing is irregular or
stopped, administer artificial respiration. If unconscious place in recovery position and seek medical advice. If symptoms persist,
call a physician.
Skin contact
Do NOT use solvents or thinners. Take off all contaminated clothing immediately. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or
use recognized skin cleanser. If skin irritation persists, call a physician.
Eye contact
Remove contact lenses. Irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes, holding the eyelids apart. Seek
medical advice.
Ingestion
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or label. Do not induce vomiting. Keep at rest.
5. Fire-fighting measures
Hazardous combustion products
Fire will produce dense black smoke containing hazardous combustion products (see section 10). Exposure to decomposition
products may be a hazard to health.
Fire and Explosion Hazards
no data available
Suitable extinguishing media
water spray, dry chemical, foam.
Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons
high volume water jet
Special Protective Equipment and Fire Fighting Procedures
Wear as appropriate: full protective flameproof clothing. Wear self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting if necessary. In
the event of fire, cool tanks with water spray. Do not allow run-off from fire fighting to enter drains or water courses.
Additional advice
Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water spray.
6. Accidental release measures
Personal precautions
Keep in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from sources of ignition. Comply with safety directives (see chapters 7 and 8). Do
not inhale vapours.
Environmental precautions
Do not let product enter drains. Notify the respective authorities in accordance with local law in the case of contamination of
rivers, lakes or waste water systems.
Methods for cleaning up
Contain and collect spillage with non-combustible absorbent materials, e.g. sand, earth, vermiculite, diatomaceous earth and
place in container for disposal according to local regulations. Clean preferably with a detergent; avoid use of solvents.
7. Handling and storage
Safe handling advice
Prevent the creation of flammable or explosive concentrations of vapour in air and avoid vapour concentration higher than the
occupational exposure limits. The product should only be used in areas from which all naked lights and other sources of ignition
have been excluded. Preparation may charge electrostatically: always use grounded leads when transferring from one container
to another. Operators should wear antistatic footwear and clothing. No sparking tools should be used. Avoid skin and eye
contact. Do not breathe vapours or spray mist. Smoking, eating and drinking should be prohibited in the application area. For
personal protection see section 8. Comply with the health and safety at work laws. If material is a coating, do not sand, flame
cut, braze or weld dry coating without an appropriate respirator or appropriate ventilation, and gloves.
Advice on protection against fire and explosion
Solvent vapours are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Vapours may form explosive mixtures with air. Never use
pressure to empty container: container is not a pressure vessel. Always keep in containers of same material as the original one.
Storage
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
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Requirements for storage areas and containers
Observe label precautions. Store between 5 and 25◦ C in a dry, well ventilated place away from sources of heat, ignition and
direct sunlight. No smoking. Prevent unauthorized access. Containers which are opened must be carefully resealed and kept
upright to prevent leakage.
Advice on common storage
Store separately from oxidizing agents and strongly alkaline and strongly acidic materials.
8. Exposure controls / personal protection
Additional technical information on the plant
Provide adequate ventilation. This should be achieved by a good general extraction and -if practically feasible- by the use of a
local exhaust ventilation. If these are not sufficient to maintain concentrations of particulates and solvent vapour below the OEL,
suitable respiratory protection must be worn.
National occupational exposure limits
CAS-No.
111-76-2
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
71-36-3
n-butanol
872-50-4
Source
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Time
Type
TWA
Value
25 ppm
STEL
154 mg/m3
STEL
50 ppm
STEL
309 mg/m3
STEL
75 ppm
TWA
103 mg/m3
TWA
25 ppm
Note
Protective equipment
Personal protective equipment should be worn to prevent contact with eyes, skin or clothing.
Respiratory protection
When workers are facing concentrations above the exposure limit they must use appropriate certified respirators.
Hand protection
Chemical Name
2-butoxyethanol
n-butanol
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Glove material
R
Viton 
Glove thickness
0.7 mm
Break through time
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
R
Viton 
0.7 mm
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
480 min
nitrile rubber
0.33 mm
30 min
R
Viton 
0.7 mm
60 min
The protective glove should be checked in each case for their work specific suitability (e.g. mechanical stability, product
compatibility, and anti-static properties). When the intended use is for spray application a nitrile glove of the chemical resistance
R glove) is to be used. After contamination, the glove has to be changed. If immersing the hands into the
group 3 (e.g. Dermatril
product is not avoidable (e.g. maintenance work) a butyl or fluorocarbon rubber glove should be used. When skin exposure may
occur to materials specified in section 2 of this SDS, advice should be sought from the glove supplier as to appropriate type to
use with this product and the permeation breakthrough times. Care should be taken when working with sharp edged articles as
these can easily damage the gloves and make them ineffective. The instructions and information provided by the glove supplier
on use, storage, maintenance and replacement must be followed. Damaged gloves or those showing signs of wear should be
replaced immediately.
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Eye protection
Wear protective eyewear for protection against solvent spatter.
Skin protection
Wear suitable protective clothing. Personnel should wear antistatic clothings made of natural fiber or of high temperature
resistant synthetic fiber.
Hygiene measures
Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or use recognized skin cleanser. Do not use organic solvents!
Environmental exposure controls
Do not let product enter drains. For ecological information refer to section 12.
9. Physical and chemical properties
General information (appearance)
Physical state: liquid
Colour: clear
Important health, safety and environmental information
Flash point
Autoignition temperature
Boiling point/range
Lower explosion limit
Upper explosion limit
Vapour pressure
Relative density
Water solubility
Viscosity (23 ◦ C)
Solvent separation test
Content of volatile components (including water)
pH
Conductivity
Value
62 ◦ C
Not applicable.
100 – 100 ◦ C
Not applicable.
Not applicable.
0.6 hPa
1.01 g/cm3
appreciable
<20 s
< 3%
80.5%
7.6 – 7.9
Not applicable.
Method
DIN 53213/ISO1523
DIN 51794
DIN 53217/ISO 2811
ISO 2431-1993 6 mm
ADR/RID
Basis Vapour pressure >= 0.01 kPa
Does not sustain combustion
10. Stability and reactivity
Stability
Stable
Conditions to avoid
Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (see section 7).
Materials to avoid
Keep away from oxidising agents, strongly alkaline and strongly acid materials in order to avoid exothermic reactions.
Hazardous decomposition products
When exposed to high temperatures may produce hazardous decomposition products such as carbon monoxide and dioxide,
smoke, oxides of nitrogen.
11. Toxicological information
General observations
There is no data available on the product. The product is classified and labelled in accordance with EC directives or respective
national laws. See sections 2 and 15 for details.
Practical experience
Not applicable.
Toxicity Test Type
Value
Time
Species
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2-butoxyethanol
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
n-butanol
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
1,746 mg/kg
435 mg/kg
> 450 ppm
4h
rat
rabbit
rabbit
790 mg/kg
3,400 mg/kg
8,000 ppm
8h
8h
4h
rat
rabbit
rat
4h
rat
rat
rat
4,150 mg/kg
7,000 mg/kg
> 5 mg/l
12. Ecological information
There are no data available on the product itself. The product should not be allowed to enter drains or watercourses. Product
does not contain any organic halogens.
Mobility
No information available.
Persistence and degradability
No information available.
Bioaccumulative potential
No information available.
Other adverse effects
The preparation was evaluated in accordance with the conventional method of the preparation directive 1999/45/EG and was not
classified as environmental dangerous.
13. Disposal considerations
Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.
Product:
Recommendation:
A disposal process that converts the waste into energy is recommended. If this is not possible the hazardous waste must be
disposed of by incineration.
Waste Key Number
08 01 19
Description
aqueous suspensions containing paint or varnish containing organic solvents or other dangerous substances
Uncleaned packaging:
Recommendation:
Properly emptied containers are to be scrap processed or reconditioned. Improperly emptied containers are considered
hazardous waste (waste key number 150110). Waste, including emptied containers, is controlled waste. Waste, including
emptied containers, is controlled waste.
14. Transport information
Not classified as dangerous in the meaning of transport regulations.
15. Regulatory information
In accordance with the CHIP Regulations 2002 the product is labelled as follows:
S-phrase(s)
S23
S38
Do not breathe vapour/spray.
In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment.
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
according to 1907/2006/EC
Safety data sheet available for professional user on request.
The preparation is non-dangerous in accordance with Directive 1999/45/EC.
16. Other information
Full text of R phrases with no. appearing in section 2
R10
R20/21/22
R22
R36/38
R37/38
R41
R67
Flammable.
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
Harmful if swallowed.
Irritating to eyes and skin.
Irritating to respiratory system and skin.
Risk of serious damage to eyes.
Vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.
Information taken from reference works and the literature.
Substance No.
CAS no: www.cas.org./EO/regsys.html
EC no: http://ecb.jrc.it/esis/index.php?PGM=ein
Substances presenting a health or environmental hazard within the meaning of Directive
67/548/EEC.
http://ecb.jrc.it/existing-chemicals/
http://ecb.jrc.it/classification-labelling/
http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/htmlgen?HSDB
http://www.cdc.gov(niosh/ipcs/icstart.html
Other directives, limitations and prohibitory
regulations
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Directive 90/394/EC
Directive 793/93/EC
Directive 1999/45/EC
Directive 2006/8/EC
EUR-LEX: http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/
Exposure limit for the pure substance
http://osha.europa.eu/OSHA
Training advice
Directive 76/769/EC
Directive 98/24/EC
Further information
The information of this SDS is based on the present state of our knowledge and meets the requirements of EU and national
laws. The user’s working conditions however, are beyond our knowledge and control. The product is not to be used for purposes
other than those specified under section 1 without a written permission. It remains the responsibility of the user to ensure that
the necessary steps are taken to meet the laws and regulations. Handling of the product may only be done by people above 18
years of age, who are satisfactorily informed of how to do the work, the hazardous properties and necessary safety precautions.
The information given in this SDS is to describe the product only in terms of health and safety requirements and should not,
therefore, be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.
Report version
1.0
1.1
Revision Date:
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 15
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Material Safety Data Sheet
Product Name:
PERMAHYD™ SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD™ SILIKON ENTFERNER 7080
Date Printed :
29/06/2006
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Issue Number:
Date of Issue :
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th
26 Jun 02
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
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Address:
15-23 Melbourne Road
Riverstone NSW 2765
(02) 9627 4422
(02) 9963 1301
1800 674 415
Telephone:
Transport Emergency Tel:
24 hour Medical Emergency Tel:
- Flammable
Not Classified as HAZARDOUS according to criteria of NOHSC
S46
S51
If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and
show this container or label.
Use only in well ventilated areas.
IDENTIFICATION
Product Name
:
Product Codes
Other Names
UN Number
Correct Shipping Name
Dangerous Goods Class
Subsidiary Risk
Hazchem
Packaging Group
Poisons Schedule (AU)
Poisons Schedule (NZ)
Pack Size/ Container Type
Use
Recommended Uses
Method of Application
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
PERMAHYD™ SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD™ SILIKON ENTFERNER 7080
469-75738 (AUS)
Article Number: 37570803
1263
Paint Related Material
3
Not Applicable
3[Y]
III
Not Scheduled
Not Scheduled
20 litre packs
Product is used to prepare (clean) metal surfaces for painting.
Product is wiped on the metal with a piece of cloth damped with the
product.
Physical Description/Properties
Boiling point (o C)
Vapour Pressure (hPa)
Vapour Density (air =1)
% Volatiles
Viscosity
Specific Gravity
:
Flash Point (closed cup)
:
Flammability Limits* (%volume)
Auto-ignition Temperature
:
Solubility
:
0.958 g/cm
+41OC
LEL: 27.3
n/a
Miscible
Appearance/ Odour
N/a- not applicable
:
Clear colourless liquid with mild alcoholic odour.
:
:
not sensitive
not an oxidant
Other Properties
Shock Sensitivity
Oxidising Properties
UEL:
n/a
Corrosiveness
:
Odour Threshold (ppm) :
:
:
:
:
:
98-100
23.37 @ 20OC
>1
>99%
12 sec
(ISO 2431-1993)
Not corrosive
Not available
Material Safety Data Sheet
Product Name:
PERMAHYD™ SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD™ SILIKON ENTFERNER 7080
Date Printed :
29/06/2006
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Issue Number:
Date of Issue :
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th
26 Jun 02
Ingredients
The hazardous chemical ingredients in the formulation as below:
CHEMICAL ENTITY
Propan-2-ol
+
CAS NUMBER
67-63-0
PROPORTION
weight /volume
15-<20%
TLV+
TWA
400 ppm
TLV+
STEL
--
The product also contains water and other additives that are not classified as hazardous by NOHSC or the
Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs and Poisons in Australia. They are not classified as hazardous
either because:
(1) the substance is not on the hazardous chemical lists published by the above authorities or
(2) the toxicity data does not categorise it as hazardous or
(3) the concentrations of the entities are below those required for them to be classified as hazardous.
TLV or Threshold Limit Value is the maximum exposure level of the chemical entity for which any individual may
be subjected and is generally expressed as the Time Weighted Average (TWA) for an 8 hour/day, 5days/ weekexposure period. The exposure limits stated above are recommended by the National Occupational Health and
Safety Commission (NOHSC) and these limits should not be exceeded. When there are no exposure limits
published by NOHSC the declared values are recommended values declared by the supplier and this is clearly
stated above.
All the chemical entities present in this formulation conform to the NICNAS legislation in Australia.
HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION
Health Effects
Acute
Swallowed: The product could cause mild discomfort or irritation to the digestive system and could result
in nausea, vomiting and drowsiness.
Eye: On entering the eye, the product could cause a moderate amount of irritation. Swelling and
reddening of the eye is possible if the product is left in the eye for some time. Propan-2-ol in
the formulation will cause eye irritation.
Skin: Slightly irritating on contact with skin. Slight reddening and swelling of the skin is possible.
Inhaled: High concentrations of the vapours could have an anaesthetic effect and could irritation to
eyes.
Chronic
No known adverse effects.
However ingestion of the material in appreciable quantities is harmful to the body and could result in
irritation to the mucous membrane and result in stomach disorders. Ingestion could also result in
anaesthesia, blood disorders and effects to the blood and Central Nervous System.
On frequent and appreciable contact with the product individuals could experience irritation of the skin that
develops into eczema.
As with any industrial chemical ingestion, inhalation of and contact with the product must be avoided via
good industrial hygiene practices.
First Aid
Swallowed: If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting, give a glass of water, only if the patient is
conscious. Contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (ph 13 1126 within
Australia). If vomiting, place patient’s face downwards and below hip level in order to
prevent vomit from entering lungs.
Eye: Remove contact lens and hold eyelids open. Flush patient’s eyes with plenty of water
for at least 15 minutes and contact a doctor.
Skin: Remove contaminated clothing, wipe product from skin using dry cotton cloth and flush
skin thoroughly with plenty of soap and water. Launder contaminated clothing before
reusing.
Inhalation: Remove patient to fresh air. Keep patient warm and comfortable. Apply artificial
respiration if necessary and contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (ph 13
1126 within Australia).
Material Safety Data Sheet
Product Name:
PERMAHYD™ SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD™ SILIKON ENTFERNER 7080
Date Printed :
29/06/2006
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Date of Issue :
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ADVICE TO DOCTOR
Treat symptomatically. Aspiration is a danger. If contents of the stomach have to be
emptied, experienced medical staff only should perform the procedure of gastric lavage
with cuffed endotracheal tube to prevent further aspiration into lungs.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
Exposure Standards: No National Exposure Standard has been allocated for this product.
The exposure standards are usually expressed in terms of the TWA for the chemical. TWA is the
time weighted average concentration of atmospheric contaminant to which nearly all workers may
be repeatedly exposed, for a normal 8-hour work day and a 40 hour work week, year after year,
without adverse effect. In Australia these values are published in the Exposure Standards for
Atmospheric Contaminants in the Occupational Environment published by NOHSC.
The TWA and STEL values for chemical entities in this product have been declared on page 2 of
this data sheet. The recommended TWA for this product is 50 ppm, total vapour in air. Maintain all
vapour concentrations below this level and keep all concentrations of each entity below the
established values.
STEL means a 15-minute TWA exposure that should not be exceeded at any time during a
working day even if the eight-hour TWA average is within the TWA exposure standard. The STEL
values have been declared on page 2 of this data sheet.
Engineering Controls
Provide adequate ventilation through local exhaust and extraction. If these are not sufficient to
maintain concentrations of solvent vapour below the exposure limits (TWA’s1,2), use suitable
respiratory protection. Solvent containing products preferably should be used in a spray booth and
isolated from personnel without appropriate personal protection.
All equipment and power supply in the spray painting area must be “flameproof” and all sources of
ignition eliminated. All containers should be earthed or grounded when pouring or mixing.
Personal Protection
Respiratory protection:
If workers are exposed to concentrations above the exposure limit they must use appropriate,
respirators certified for organic vapours and conforming to AS1715/1716 to avoid inhalation of
solvent vapours and fine particles.
Hand protection:
For handling, use solvent impermeable gloves conforming to AS2161.
Barrier creams should not be relied upon to protect against exposure and hands should be
washed immediately after using the product.
Eye protection:
Use safety goggles or face-shields designed to protect against splash of liquids that have been
selected and fitted in accordance with AS1336 and complying with AS/NZS 1337.
Skin protection:
Personnel should wear impervious anti-static clothing conforming to AS2919 and AS3765.1.
(1)
(2)
Eight hours Time Weighted Average
Short Term Exposure Limits
Flammability
The product is a Class 3, PG III, flammable liquid with a flash point of +41°C. Vapour/air mixtures
may ignite explosively and flashback along the vapour trail could occur.
Keep away from all sources of ignition, direct sunlight, flames, hot surfaces, electrical, static, or
Material Safety Data Sheet
Product Name:
PERMAHYD™ SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD™ SILIKON ENTFERNER 7080
Date Printed :
29/06/2006
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Date of Issue :
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frictional sparks. Containers should be earthed during pouring or mixing. Do not allow smoking near
the container of the product.
SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION
Storage and Transport
Correct Shipping Name: Paint Related Material
UN No: 1263
The product is a Class 3 (FLAMMABLE LIQUID), PG III dangerous goods with a Hazchem of 3[Y]
and must be stored and transported accordingly.
Keep containers tightly closed in a well-ventilated area, away from all sources of ignition and direct
sunlight.
The product is flammable and must be stored in a dangerous goods store complying with
Commonwealth, State and local regulations. Store in compliance with the regulations for storage of
flammable liquids and the Australian Standard for the Storage of Flammable and Combustible Liquids
(AS1940).
Crash repair shops and distributor stores must comply with The Australian New Zealand Standard,
"The storage and handling of mixed classes of dangerous goods in packages and intermediate bulk
containers" (AS/NZS 3833:1998).
Transport within Australia must be in accordance with the Australian Dangerous Goods Code (6th
Edition).
Do not load on the same vehicle as Classes 2.1(bulk), 2.3, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2 or 7 Dangerous Goods.
Spills and Disposal
Wear personal protection recommended in PERSONAL PROTECTION subsection, when cleaning
spill. Keep all unprotected personnel and people away. Remove all sources of ignition. Shut off
source of spill if safely possible- avoid becoming a casualty. Avoid breathing vapours. Ventilate the
area. In enclosed areas, use SCBA or supplied air breathing apparatus. Contain and absorb spilt
material on earth/sand or any other approved non-reactive absorbent and transfer adsorbed material,
with non-sparking equipment, into marked sealable drums for disposal.
Seal, mark and label all drums for hazard - FLAMMABILITY and other HAZARDOUS properties.
Prevent product from entering drains, sewers and waterways.
For disposal of product and absorbed spill material contact the State Waste Disposal Authorities,
inform them of the nature of the material and make arrangements for disposal according to local,
state and federal regulations.
Do NOT dispose of wet product or cans containing wet product to garbage bins, landfills or into
recycling bins.
Solvent recycling or incineration at an appropriately licensed waste disposal facility must dispose of
wet product.
Empty cans of the product may be dried thoroughly and sent for recycling if such recycling schemes exist within your area. Contact
local authorities, e.g. your local council or the local Environmental Protection Authority for approvals or information on the availability
of such schemes within your area.
Fire/Explosion Hazard
The product is a Class 3 (FLAMMABLE LIQUID), Packing Group III, Dangerous Good with a
Hazchem of 3[Y]. Vapour/air mixtures may ignite explosively and flashback along the vapour trail
could occur.
On burning the product produces dense black smoke, oxides of carbon and hydrocarbons.
Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water spray.
Keep away from oxidising agents, strong acids or alkaline solutions in order to prevent exothermic
reactions.
Fire Fighting Instructions
Fire fighters should wear breathing apparatus and full protective gear.
Material Safety Data Sheet
Product Name:
PERMAHYD™ SILICONE REMOVER 7080
PERMAHYD™ SILIKON ENTFERNER 7080
Date Printed :
29/06/2006
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Date of Issue :
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Fight fires with alcohol resistant foam, carbon dioxide or dry powder.
Do not use water jets.
Prevent water / chemicals used to fight fire from entering drains or watercourses.
CONTACT POINT
Technical Service Manager or Supervisor
Working Hours call (02) 9627 4422
This Material Safety Data Sheet has been prepared according to guidelines recommended by the National
Occupational Health and Safety Commission in the National Code of Practice for the Preparation of Material Safety
Data Sheets [Document NOHSC: 2011 (1994)].
SPIES HECKER Australia informs its users that:
This information is presented in good faith and compiled from various sources believed to be accurate on knowledge
and experience, available on the day of publication of this Material Safety Data Sheet.
All data herein is to describe products only in terms of health and safety requirements and should not therefore be
construed as guaranteeing any specific physical or qualitative properties. The users' working conditions are beyond our
knowledge and control and therefore this data sheet does not serve as any warranty or guarantee for safe use of this
product.
As the products performance and suitability depends on various factors, the purchasers of our products should
determine for themselves whether the product is suitable for their particular use. All sales are subject to the standard
terms and conditions contained in the invoice.
PERMAHYD™, SPIES HECKER and the SPIES HECKER logo are trademarks of DPC.
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SECTION 1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the
company/undertaking
Manufacturer:
Spies Hecker
47818 W. Anchor Ct.
Plymouth, MI, 48170
Telephone:
Product information:
Medical emergency:
Transportation emergency:
Product:
(888) 371-3313
(800) 441-3637
(800) 424-9300
(CHEMTREC)
CAS #
None
A None
O None
162568-42-5
None
A None
O None
123-86-4
[email protected]◦ C D 50.0 ppm
A None
O None
10.0
A 200.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 150.0 ppm
O 150.0 ppm
<0.0
A None
O None
3.9
Dipropylene glycol methyl ether
34590-94-8
A 50.0 ppm
15 min STEL
Skin
A 20.0 ppm
Skin
O 25.0 ppm
TWA
[email protected]◦ C
Esters high boiling point
7397-62-8
A 150.0 ppm
15 min STEL
Skin
A 100.0 ppm
Skin
O 600.0 mg/m3
PEL
Skin
O 100.0 ppm
Skin
None
Ethoxypropyl acetate
98516-30-4
A None
O None
0.3
Ethyl 3-ethoxy propionate
763-69-9
A None
O None
[email protected]◦ C
A None
O None
Cellulose acetate butyrate
9004-36-8
Hazardous Materials Information:
See Section 10.
Cyclohexanone
R VE Water 6000
Products covered in this document include: Permahyd
R Plastic Reducer 8581 (295 8581 3/291 8581 5),
(375 6000 0), Priomat
R MS Dura Plus 8580 (295 8580 5/291 8580 7), Permacron
R
Permacron
R Reducer Medium 3363
Reducer Slow 3365 (295 3365 1), Permacron
R Supercryl Reducer Extra Slow
(295 3363 5/291 3363 7), Permacron
R Supercryl Reducer Slow 3056 (295
3057 (295 3057 1), Permacron
R Supercryl Reducer Express 3055 (295 3055 5),
3056 3), Permacron
R 2.1 Wet on Wet Additive 9070 (293 9070 0), Permasolid
R
Permasolid
R HS Accelerator 9030
Spectro Additive 5407 (293 5407 0), Permasolid
R Base Coat Petarder 9015 (291 9015 0),
(291 9030 4), Permacron
R Retarder 9010 (291 9010 0), Permacron
R Antisilicone 8510
Raderal
R Reducer 7690 (291 7690 5), Permacron
R Re(291 8510 6), Raderal
R Reducer Medium 3370 (291
ducer Slow 3371 (291 3371 0), Permacron
R Reducer Fast 3369 (291 3369 6), Permacron
R
3370 1), Permacron
R Supercryl Reducer
Reducer Extra Slow 3366 (291 3366 1), Permacron
R Speed Blender 1036
Medium 3054 (291 3054 9/295 3054 7), Permacron
(291 1036 0)
SECTION 2. Composition/information on ingredients
CAS #
1,2,4-trimethyl benzene
95-63-6
VAPOR
PRESSURE
[email protected] C
◦
EXPOSURE
LIMITS
A 25.0 ppm
O 25.0 ppm
1,3,5-trimethyl benzene
108-67-8
None
2-methyl butyl acetate
624-41-9
A 25.0 ppm
O None
None
A 100.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 50.0 ppm
O None
4-chlorobenzotrifluoride
98-56-6
67-64-1
[email protected]◦ C
Ethyl acetate
Ethylbenzene
Glycol esters
108-94-1
141-78-6
[email protected]◦ C A 400.0 ppm
O 400.0 ppm
100-41-4
7.0
A 125.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 100.0 ppm
O 100.0 ppm
D 25.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
112-07-2
0.4
A 130.0 mg/m3
D 10.0 ppm
Skin
D 20.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
O None
D 20.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
A None
O None
[email protected]◦ F A 750.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 500.0 ppm
O 1000.0 ppm
D 500.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
EXPOSURE
LIMITS
NotAvail
Aromatic hydrocarbon
64742-95-6
Butyl acetate
VAPOR
PRESSURE
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Additives
See Index.
Acetone
Acrylate polymer
Acrylic polymer
DOT Shipping Name:
INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS
Hydrotreated heavy naphtha (petroleum)
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
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INGREDIENTS
CAS #
Isobutyl alcohol
Isopropyl alcohol
SAFETY DATA SHEET
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64742-48-9
VAPOR
PRESSURE
None
EXPOSURE
LIMITS
A None
O None
78-83-1
[email protected]◦ C
A 50.0 ppm
O 100.0 ppm
67-63-0
48.0
A 400.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 200.0 ppm
O 400.0 ppm
D 200.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
Naphtha (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized heavy
64742-82-1
5.1
Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane
556-67-2
A None
O None
depression, characterized by the following progressive steps: headache,
dizziness, nausea, staggering gait, confusion, unconsciousness. Reports
have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with
permanent brain and nervous system damage. If this product contains or
is mixed with an isocyanate activator/hardener, the following health effects
may apply: Exposure to isocyanates may cause respiratory sensitization.
This effect may be permanent. Symptoms include an asthma-like reaction
with shortness of breath, wheezing, cough or permanent lung
sensitization. This effect may be delayed for several hours after exposure.
Repeated overexposure to isocyanates may cause a decrease in lung
function, which may be permanent. Individuals with lung or breathing
problems or prior reactions to isocyanates must not be exposed to vapors
or spray mist of this product.
Ingestion
May result in gastrointestinal distress.
None
A None
O None
Skin or eye contact:
May cause irritation or burning of the eyes. Repeated or prolonged liquid
contact may cause skin irritation with discomfort and dermatitis.
NotAvail
None
A None
O None
Other Potential Health Effects in addition to those listed above:
129922-22-1
None
Primary amyl acetate
628-63-7
A None
O None
4.2
Propanol, 1(or 2)-ethoxy-, acetate
98516-30-4
A 100.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 50.0 ppm
O 100.0 ppm
None
Propylene glycol methyl ether
107-98-2
A None
O None
[email protected]◦ F
A 150.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 100.0 ppm
O None
Polyacrylic resin
Polyester resin
Propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate
108-65-6
3.8
Propyleneglycoldiacetate
623-84-7
Water
Xylene
D 10.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
A None
O None
0.9
A None
O None
7732-18-5
23.6
A None
O None
1330-20-7
[email protected]◦ C
A 150.0 ppm
15 min STEL
A 100.0 ppm
O 100.0 ppm
D 150.0 ppm
15 min STEL
D 100.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
*A=ACGIH, O=OSHA, D=DuPont, S=Suppliers. Limits are 8 hour TWA
unless otherwise specified. Vapor pressure @ 20◦ C unless
otherwise noted.
SECTION 3. Hazards identification
Potential Health Effects
Inhalation
May cause nose and throat irritation. May cause nervous system
4-chlorobenzotrifluoride
Increased susceptibility to the effects of this material may be observed in
people with preexisting disease of any of the following: skin. Prolonged or
repeated exposure may cause damage to any of the following
organs/systems: kidneys, liver, thyroid. Potential skin sensitizer that may
cause allergic reactions and contact dermatitis resulting in severe irritation,
dryness, and cracking of the skin. Ingestion may cause any of the
following: gastrointestinal irritation. Eye contact may cause any of the
following: permanent eye injury. Inhalation may cause any of the following:
stupor (central nervous system depression), respiratory tract irritation.
Acetone
The following medical conditions may be aggravated by exposure: lung
disease, eye disorders, skin disorders. Overexposure may cause damage
to any of the following organs/systems: blood, central nervous system,
eyes, kidneys, liver, respiratory system, skin.
Aromatic hydrocarbon
The following medical conditions may be aggravated by exposure: skin
disorders. Laboratory studies with rats have shown that petroleum
distillates can cause kidney damage and kidney or liver tumors. These
effects were not seen in similar studies with guinea pigs, dogs, or monkeys.
Several studies evaluating petroleum workers have not shown a significant
increase of kidney damage or an increase in kidney or liver tumors.
Butyl acetate
May cause abnormal liver function. The following medical conditions may
be aggravated by exposure: respiratory system. Tests for embryotoxic
activity in animals has been inconclusive. Rats exposed to very high
airborne levels have exhibited high frequency hearing deficits. The
significance of this to man is unknown. Has been toxic to the fetus in
laboratory animals at doses that are toxic to the mother.
Cyclohexanone
Can be absorbed through the skin in harmful amounts. Recurrent
overexposure may result in liver and kidney injury. Liquid splashes in the
eye may result in chemical burns. Tests for mutagenic activity in bacterial
or mammalian cell cultures have been inconclusive.
Ethyl acetate
Increased susceptibility to the effects of this material may be observed in
people with preexisting disease of any of the following: eyes, respiratory
system, skin. Tests in laboratory animals have shown effects on any of the
following organs/systems: blood, kidneys, liver.
Ethylbenzene
Is an IARC, NTP or OSHA carcinogen. Increased susceptibility to the
effects of this material may be observed in people with preexisting disease
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of any of the following: central nervous system, kidneys, liver, lungs.
Recurrent overexposure may result in liver and kidney injury. Studies in
laboratory animals have shown reproductive, embryotoxic and
developmental effects.
WARNING: This chemical is known to the State of California to cause
cancer.
Isobutyl alcohol
Has shown carcinogenic activity in laboratory animals at high doses.
Significance to man is unknown. May cause irritation of the mucous
membranes. May cause abnormal liver function. Increased susceptibility to
the effects of this material may be observed in people with preexisting
disease of any of the following: eyes, respiratory system, skin. Tests in
laboratory animals have shown effects on any of the following
organs/systems: bone marrow, liver. Prolonged skin contact may cause
chemical burns. Liquid splashes in the eye may result in chemical burns.
Isopropyl alcohol
The following medical conditions may be aggravated by exposure:
dermatitis, respiratory disease. Developmental toxicity was seen in rat’s
offspring at doses that were maternally toxic. Contact will cause moderate
to severe redness and swelling, itching, tingling sensation, painful burning.
May cause injury to the cornea of the eyes. Prolonged or repeated
exposure may cause damage to any of the following organs/systems: liver.
Ingestion studies on laboratory animals showed that very high oral doses
caused increased liver and kidney weights.
Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane
Can irritate or burn eyes.
Propylene glycol methyl ether
Tests in laboratory animals have shown effects on any of the following
organs/systems: kidneys, liver. Aspiration may occur during swallowing or
vomiting, resulting in lung damage.
Propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate
Recurrent overexposure may result in liver and kidney injury.
Xylene
Increased susceptibility to the effects of this material may be observed in
people with preexisting disease of any of the following: bone marrow,
cardiovascular system, central nervous system, kidneys, liver, lungs.
Recurrent overexposure may result in liver and kidney injury. High
exposures may produce irregular heart beats. Canada classifies Xylene as
a developmental toxin as high exposures to xylenes in some animal
studies have been reported to cause health effects on the developing
fetus/embryo. These effects were often at levels toxic to the adult animal.
The significance of these effects to humans is not known. Repeated or
prolonged skin contact may cause any of the following: irritation, dryness,
cracking of the skin.
SECTION 4. First aid measures
First Aid Procedures:
Inhalation:
If affected by inhalation of vapor or spray mist, move to fresh air. If not
breathing, give artificial respiration, preferably mouth-to-mouth. If breathing
difficulty persists, or occurs later, consult a physician.
Ingestion:
In the unlikely event of ingestion, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Call a
physician immediately and have names of ingredients available.
Skin or eye contact:
In case of eye contact, immediately flush with plenty of water for at least 15
minutes; call a physician. In case of skin contact, wash thoroughly with
soap and water. If irritation occurs, contact a physician.
SECTION 5. Fire-fighting measures
Hazardous combustion products
Fire will produce dense black smoke containing hazardous combustion
products (see heading 10). Exposure to decomposition products may be a
hazard to health.
Fire and Explosion Hazards
For flammable liquids, vapor/air will ignite when an ignition source is
present. In other cases, when heated above the flash point, emits
flammable vapors which, when mixed with air, can burn or be explosive.
Fine mists or sprays may be flammable at temperatures below the flash
point.
Extinguishing Media
Universal aqueous film-forming foam, carbon dioxide, dry chemical.
Fire Fighting Procedures
Full protective equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus, is
recommended. Water from fog nozzles may be used to prevent pressure
build-up.
Special Protective Equipment and Fire Fighting Procedures
Wear as appropriate: Full protective flameproof clothing. Wear self
contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting if necessary. Do not allow
run-off from fire fighting to enter drains or water courses.
Additional advice
Cool closed containers exposed to fire with water spray.
SECTION 6. Accidental release measures
Procedures for cleaning up spills or leaks:
Ventilate area. Remove sources of ignition. Prevent skin and eye contact
and breathing of vapor. If material does not contain or is not mixed with an
isocyanate activator/hardener: Wear a properly fitted air-purifying
respirator with organic vapor cartridges (NIOSH approved TC-23C), eye
protection, gloves and protective clothing. Confine, remove with inert
absorbent, and dispose of properly. If the material contains, or is mixed
with an isocyanate activator/hardener: Wear a positive-pressure,
supplied-air respirator (NIOSH approved TC-19C), eye protection, gloves
and protective clothing. Pour liquid decontamination solution over the spill
and allow to sit at least 10 minutes. Typical decontamination solutions for
isocyanate containing materials are: 20% Surfactant (Tergitol TMN 10) and
80% Water OR 0-10% Ammonia, 2-5% Detergent and Water (balance).
Pressure can be generated. Do not seal waste containers for 48 hours to
allow C02 to vent. After 48 hours, material may be sealed and disposed of
properly.
Ecological information
There is no data available on the product. The product should not be
allowed to enter drains, water courses or the soil.
SECTION 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Precautions to be taken in handling and storing:
Observe label precautions. If combustible (flashpoint between 100 - 200
deg F), keep away from heat, sparks and flame. If flammable (flashpoint
less than 100 deg F), also keep away from static discharges and other
sources of ignition. If material is extremely flammable (flashpoint less than
20 deg F) or flammable, VAPORS MAY IGNITE EXPLOSIVELY OR
CAUSE FLASH FIRE, respectively. Vapors may spread long distances.
Prevent buildup of vapors. Close container after each use. Ground
containers when pouring. Wash thoroughly after handling and before
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eating or smoking. Do not store above 120 deg F. If product is waterbased,
do not freeze.
Hazardous decomposition products:
CO, C02, smoke, and oxides of any heavy metals that are reported in
“Composition, Information on Ingredients” section.
Other precautions:
If material is a coating: do not sand, flame cut, braze or weld dry coating
without a NIOSH approved air purifying respirator with particulate filters or
appropriate ventilation, and gloves.
Hazardous Polymerization:
Will not occur.
SECTION 8. Exposure controls/personal protection
Engineering controls and work practices:
Ventilation
Provide sufficient ventilation in volume and pattern to keep contaminants
below applicable exposure limits.
Respiratory protection
Do not breathe vapors or mists. If this product contains isocyanates or is
used with an isocyanate activator/hardener, wear a positive-pressure,
supplied-air respirator (NIOSH approved TC-19C) while mixing
activator/hardener with paint, during application and until all vapors and
spray mist are exhausted. If product does not contain or is not mixed with
an isocyanate activator/hardener, a properly fitted air-purifying respirator
with organic vapor cartridges (NIOSH TC-23C) and particulate filter
(NIOSH TC-84A) may be used. Follow respirator manufacturer s directions
for respirator use. Do not permit anyone without protection in the painting
area. Individuals with history of lung or breathing problems or prior
reaction to isocyanates should not use or be exposed vapor or spray mist if
product contains or is mixed with isocyanate activators/hardeners.
Protective equipment
Personal protective equipment should be worn to prevent contact with
eyes, skin or clothing.
Skin and body protection
Neoprene gloves and coveralls are recommended.
Eye protection
Desirable in all industrial situations. Goggles are preferred to prevent eye
irritation. If safety glasses are substituted, include splash guard or side
shields.
SECTION 9. Physical and chemical properties
Evaporation rate
Water solubility
Vapour density
Approx. Boiling Range ( ◦ C)
Approx. Freezing Range ( ◦ C)
Gallon Weight (lbs/gal)
Specific Gravity
Percent Volatile By Volume
Percent Volatile By Weight
Percent Solids By Volume
Percent Solids By Weight
Slower than Ether
NIL
Heavier than air
56 – 195 ◦ C
-108 – 240 ◦ C
6.78 - 10.71
0.81 - 1.28
74.87 - 100.00
70.80 - 100.00
0.00 - 25.13
0.00 - 29.20
SECTION 10. Stability and reactivity
Stability:
Stable
Incompatibility (materials to avoid):
None reasonably foreseeable
Sensitivity to Static Discharge:
For flammable materials (flashpoint less than 100 deg F) and combustibles
(flashpoint between 100-200 deg F) if heated above the flashpoint, solvent
vapors in air may explode if static grounding and bonding is not used
during transfer of this product.
Sensitivity to Mechanical Impact:
None known.
SECTION 11. Additional Information
291 1036 0TM 2-methyl butyl acetate, Acrylic polymer, Butyl acetate,
Cyclohexanone, Ethyl acetate, Ethylbenzene(2.7%*@), Primary amyl
acetate, Propylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate,
Propyleneglycoldiacetate, Xylene(11%*@)
GAL WT: 7.73 WT PCT SOLIDS: 4.66 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 3.72
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.65 VOC LE: 7.4 VOC AP: 7.4
FLASH POINT: 20 ◦ F to below 73 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
291 3054 9/295 3054 7TM Butyl acetate, Dipropylene glycol methyl ether,
Esters high boiling point, Ethylbenzene(2.0%*@), Hydrotreated heavy
naphtha (petroleum), Xylene(8%*@)
GAL WT: 7.09 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.08 VOC LE: 7.1 VOC AP: 7.1
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 3366 1TM Ethylbenzene(0.2%*@), Glycol esters(97%@)
GAL WT: 7.84 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.85 VOC LE: 7.8 VOC AP: 7.8
FLASH POINT: 141 ◦ F - 200 ◦ F H: 0 F: 2 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IIIA
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 3369 6TM 4-chlorobenzotrifluoride, Acetone
GAL WT: 6.78 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 6.78 VOC LE: 0.0 VOC AP: 0.0
FLASH POINT: Below 20 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 1 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 3370 1TM 4-chlorobenzotrifluoride, Acetone
GAL WT: 10.71 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 10.71 VOC LE: 0.0 VOC AP: 0.0
FLASH POINT: 100 ◦ F - 141 ◦ F H: 2 F: 2 R: 1 OSHA STORAGE: II
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 3371 0TM 4-chlorobenzotrifluoride, Acetone, Ethyl 3-ethoxy propionate,
Polyester resin
GAL WT: 10.48 WT PCT SOLIDS: 6.76 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 7.93
SOLVENT DENSITY: 10.61 VOC LE: 2.3 VOC AP: 0.3
FLASH POINT: 20 ◦ F to below 73 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 1 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 7690 5TM Butyl acetate, Ethyl acetate
GAL WT: 7.51 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.51 VOC LE: 7.5 VOC AP: 7.5
FLASH POINT: 20 ◦ F to below 73 ◦ F H: 1 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of
Copyright (C) 2008 DuPont. Spies Hecker®, Permacron ,
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
R Reducers/Solvents/Solvent Additives
Spies Hecker
291 8510 6TM Butyl acetate, Ethylbenzene(18.5%*@),
Octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane, Xylene(74%*@)
GAL WT: 7.24 WT PCT SOLIDS: 2.50 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 2.26
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.20 VOC LE: 7.1 VOC AP: 7.1
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
291 9010 0TM Ethyl acetate
GAL WT: 7.53 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.25 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.17
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.52 VOC LE: 7.5 VOC AP: 7.5
FLASH POINT: 20 ◦ F to below 73 ◦ F H: 1 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 9015 0TM 1,2,4-trimethyl benzene(2%*), Aromatic hydrocarbon, Butyl
acetate, Dipropylene glycol methyl ether, Glycol esters(18%@), Propylene
glycol monomethyl ether acetate
GAL WT: 7.70 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.69 VOC LE: 7.7 VOC AP: 7.7
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
291 9030 4TM Butyl acetate, Cellulose acetate butyrate,
Ethylbenzene(5.6%*@), Xylene(22%*@)
GAL WT: 7.66 WT PCT SOLIDS: 18.41 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 14.50
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.30 VOC LE: 6.2 VOC AP: 6.2
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
293 5407 0TM 1,2,4-trimethyl benzene(3%*), Aromatic hydrocarbon, Butyl
acetate, Ethylbenzene(0.9%*@), Polyacrylic resin, Xylene(4%*@)
GAL WT: 7.83 WT PCT SOLIDS: 29.20 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 24.48
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.33 VOC LE: 5.5 VOC AP: 5.5
FLASH POINT: 20 ◦ F to below 73 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
293 9070 0TM 4-chlorobenzotrifluoride, Acrylate polymer, Aromatic
hydrocarbon
GAL WT: 10.02 WT PCT SOLIDS: 22.36 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 25.13
SOLVENT DENSITY: 10.61 VOC LE: 2.8 VOC AP: 1.2
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 1 F: 3 R: 1 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
295 3055 5TM 1,2,4-trimethyl benzene(3%*), Aromatic hydrocarbon, Butyl
acetate, Ethoxypropyl acetate, Ethylbenzene(2.0%*@), Isobutyl alcohol,
Xylene(8%*@)
GAL WT: 7.30 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.29 VOC LE: 7.3 VOC AP: 7.3
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
295 3056 3TM 1,2,4-trimethyl benzene(5%*), 1,3,5-trimethyl benzene,
Aromatic hydrocarbon, Butyl acetate, Dipropylene glycol methyl ether,
Esters high boiling point, Ethylbenzene(1.2%*@), Glycol esters(8%@),
Naphtha (petroleum), hydrodesulfurized heavy, Xylene(5%*@)
GAL WT: 7.25 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.27 VOC LE: 7.2 VOC AP: 7.2
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: YES
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.69 VOC LE: 7.7 VOC AP: 7.7
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
295 3363 5/291 3363 7TM Butyl acetate, Propylene glycol monomethyl
ether acetate
GAL WT: 7.67 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.67 VOC LE: 7.7 VOC AP: 7.7
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
295 3365 1TM Butyl acetate, Ethoxypropyl acetate, Glycol esters(23%@),
Propanol, 1(or 2)-ethoxy-, acetate
GAL WT: 7.57 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.58 VOC LE: 7.6 VOC AP: 7.6
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
295 8580 5/291 8580 7TM Butyl acetate, Ethylbenzene(1.2%*@),
Xylene(5%*@)
GAL WT: 7.34 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.03 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.02
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.33 VOC LE: 7.3 VOC AP: 7.3
FLASH POINT: 73 ◦ F to below 100 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE:
IC
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
295 8581 3/291 8581 5TM Isobutyl alcohol, Isopropyl alcohol, Propylene
glycol methyl ether
GAL WT: 7.17 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.16 VOC LE: 7.2 VOC AP: 7.2
FLASH POINT: 20 ◦ F to below 73 ◦ F H: 2 F: 3 R: 1 OSHA STORAGE: IB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
375 6000 0TM Water
GAL WT: 8.32 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
SOLVENT DENSITY: 8.32 VOC LE: 0.0 VOC AP: 0.0
FLASH POINT: Above 200 ◦ F H: 0 F: 1 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IIIB
TSCA STATUS: In Compliance PHOTO-CHEMICALY REACTIVE: NO
Footnotes:
TSCA: in compliance = In compliance with TSCA Inventory requirements
for commercial purposes.
* = Section 313 Supplier Notification: These chemicals are subject to the
reporting requirements of Section 313 of the Emergency planning and
Right-to-Know act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372.
@ = Listed as a Clean Air Act Hazardous Air Pollutant.
# = EPCRA Section 302 - Extremely hazardous substances.
Notice:
The information on this Material Safety Data Sheet relates only to the
specific material designated herein and does not relate to use in
combination with any other material or in any process.
Prepared by: Spies Hecker Regulatory Affairs Consultant.
295 3057 1TM 1,2,4-trimethyl benzene(2%*), Aromatic hydrocarbon, Butyl
acetate, Dipropylene glycol methyl ether, Glycol esters(18%@), Propylene
glycol monomethyl ether acetate
GAL WT: 7.70 WT PCT SOLIDS: 0.00 VOL PCT SOLIDS: 0.00
R Permasolid 
R and Permahyd 
R are registered trademarks of
Copyright (C) 2008 DuPont. Spies Hecker®, Permacron ,
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company for its brands of performance coatings materials. All rights reserved.
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