Oatey 302483 8 oz. PVC Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement Specification

Oatey 302483 8 oz. PVC Handy Pack Purple Primer and Solvent Cement Specification
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
MSDS Number:
1107E
Section 1
Trade Name:
Product Nos.:
Product Use:
Formula:
Synonyms:
Firm Name &
Address:
Firm Phone No:
Emergency Phone
Nos.:
PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
OATEY PVC REGULAR CLEAR ADVANCED CEMENT
30881, 31925, 31926, 31927, 31928, 31929, 31958, 31959, 31960, 31961
Cement for PVC Plastic Pipe
PVC Resin in Solvent Solution
PVC Plastic Pipe Cement
Oatey Company 4700 West 160th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44135
www.oatey.com
(216) 267-7100
For Emergency First Aid call 1-877-740-5015. For chemical transportation
emergencies ONLY, call Chemtrec at 1-800-424-9300. Outside the U.S. 1703-527-3887.
Technical Department
10/01/2009
Prepared by:
Preparation Date:
Section 2
HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Emergency Overview:
Clear
liquid with an ether-like odor. Extremely flammable liquid and vapor. Vapors may cause flash
fire. May cause eye and skin irritation. Inhalation of vapors or mist may cause respiratory
irritation and central nervous system effects. Swallowing may cause irritation, nausea,
vomiting, diarrhea and kidney or liver disorders. Aspiration hazard. May be fatal if
swallowed. Symptoms may be delayed.
Section 3
COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
INGREDIENTS:
Tetrahydrofuran
%wt/wt :
20 – 40%
CAS NUMBER:
109-99-9
Methyl Ethyl Ketone
15 – 35%
78-93-3
Acetone
10 – 20%
67-64-1
PVC Resin
(Non-hazardous)
Cyclohexanone
10 – 18%
9002-86-2
10 – 20%
108-94-1
OSHA Hazard Classification:
Section 4
Skin:
Eyes:
ACGIH TLV TWA:
50 ppm(skin)
100 ppm STEL
200 ppm
300 ppm
500 ppm
750 ppm STEL
10 mg/m3
OSHA PEL TWA
200 ppm
OTHER:
25 ppm (Mfg)
200 ppm
None
1000 ppm
None
15 mg/m3
None
20 ppm(skin)
50 ppm STEL
50 ppm
None
Flammable, irritant, organ effects
FIRST AID MEASURES
Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Wash all exposed areas with soap and
water. Get medical attention if irritation develops. Remove dried cement with
hand cleaner or baby oil.
If material gets into eyes or if fumes cause irritation, immediately flush eyes
with plenty of water until chemical is removed. If irritation persists, get
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Inhalation:
Ingestion:
Section 5
Flashpoint /
Method:
Flammability:
Extinguishing
Media:
Special Fire
Fighting
Procedure:
Unusual Fire
And Explosion
Hazards:
Hazardous
Decomposition
Products:
medical attention immediately.
If symptoms of exposure develop, remove to fresh air. If breathing becomes
difficult, administer oxygen. Administer artificial respiration if breathing
has stopped. Seek immediate medical attention.
DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Rinse mouth with water. Never give anything by mouth to
a person who is unconscious or drowsy. Get immediate medical attention by
calling a Poison Control Center, or hospital emergency room. If medical advice
cannot be obtained, then take the person and product to the nearest medical
emergency treatment center or hospital.
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
14 - 23 Degrees F. (-10 to -5 Degrees C) / CCCFP
LEL = 1.8 % Volume, UEL = 11.8 % Volume
Use dry chemical, CO2, or foam to extinguish fire. Cool fire exposed container
with water. Water may be ineffective as an extinguishing agent.
Firefighters should wear positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus
and full protective clothing for fires in areas where chemicals are used or
stored
Extremely flammable liquid. Keep away from heat and all sources of ignition
including sparks, flames, lighted cigarettes and pilot lights. Containers may
rupture or explode in the heat of a fire. Vapors are heavier than air and may
travel to a remote ignition source and flash back. This product contains
tetrahydrofuran that may form explosive organic peroxide when exposed to air or
light or with age.
Combustion will produce toxic and irritating vapors including carbon monoxide,
carbon dioxide and hydrogen chloride.
Section 6
Spill or Leak
Procedures:
ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Remove all sources of ignition and ventilate area. Stop leak if it can be done
without risk. Personnel cleaning up the spill should wear appropriate personal
protective equipment, including respirators if vapor concentrations are high.
Soak up spill with an inert absorbent such as sand, earth or other noncombusting material. Put absorbent material in covered, labeled metal
containers. Prevent liquid from entering watercourses, sewers and natural
waterways. Report releases to authorities as required. See Section 13 for
disposal information.
Section 7
Handling:
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Avoid breathing vapors or mists.
Use with adequate ventilation (equivalent to outdoors). Wash thoroughly after
handling. Do not eat, drink or smoke in the work area. Keep product away from
heat, sparks, flames and all other sources of ignition. No smoking in storage
or use areas. Keep containers closed when not in use.
Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible materials.
Keep containers closed when not in use.
"Empty" containers retain product residue and can be hazardous. Follow all MSDS
precautions in handling empty containers. Do not cut or weld on or near empty
or full containers.
Storage:
Other:
Section 8
Ventilation:
Respiratory
Protection:
EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
Open doors & windows. Provide ventilation capable of maintaining emissions at
the point of use below recommended exposure limits. If used in enclosed area,
use exhaust fans. Exhaust fans should be explosion-proof or set up in a way
that flammable concentrations of solvent vapors are not exposed to electrical
fixtures or hot surfaces.
For operations where the exposure limit may be exceeded, a NIOSH approved
organic vapor respirator or supplied air respirator is recommended. Equipment
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Skin
Protection:
Eye
Protection:
Section 9
selection depends on contaminant type and concentration, select in accordance
with 29 CFR 1910.134 and good industrial hygiene practice. For firefighting,
use self-contained breathing apparatus.
Rubber gloves are suitable for normal use of the product. For long exposures
chemical resistant gloves may be required such as 4H(tm) or Silver Shield(tm)
to avoid prolonged skin contact.
Safety glasses with side shields or safety goggles.
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Boiling Point:
Melting Point:
Vapor Pressure:
Vapor Density:
Volatile Components:
Solubility In Water:
pH:
Specific Gravity:
Evaporation Rate:
Appearance:
Odor:
Will Dissolve In:
Material Is:
151 Degrees F / 66 Degrees C
Not applicable
145 mmHg @ 20 Degrees C
(Air = 1) 2.5
84-88%
Negligible
Not applicable
0.90 +/- 0.02 @ 20 Degrees C
(BUAC = 1) = 5.5 - 8.0
Clear Liquid
Ether-Like
Tetrahydrofuran
Liquid
Section 10
STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Stability:
Stable.
Conditions To
Avoid heat, sparks, flames and other sources of ignition.
Avoid:
Combustion will produce toxic and irritating vapors including carbon
Hazardous
monoxide, carbon dioxide and hydrogen chloride.
Decomposition
Products:
Incompatibility/ Oxidizing agents, alkalis, amines, ammonia, acids, chlorine compounds,
chlorinated inorganics (potassium, calcium and sodium hypochlorite) and
Materials To
hydrogen peroxides. May attack plastic, resins and rubber.
Avoid:
Hazardous
Will not occur.
Polymerization:
Section 11
Inhalation:
TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Vapors or mists may cause mucous membrane and respiratory irritation,
coughing, headache, dizziness, dullness, nausea, shortness of breath and
vomiting. High concentrations may cause central nervous system depression,
narcosis and unconsciousness. May cause kidney, liver and lung damage.
Skin:
May cause irritation with redness, itching and pain. Methyl ethyl ketone and
cyclohexanone may be absorbed through the skin causing effects similar to
those listed under inhalation.
Eye:
Vapors may cause irritation. Direct contact may cause irritation with
redness, stinging and tearing of the eyes. May cause eye damage.
Ingestion:
Swallowing may cause abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Aspiration during swallowing or vomiting can cause chemical pneumonia and
lung damage. May cause kidney and liver damage.
Chronic
Prolonged or repeated overexposure cause dermatitis and damage to the
Toxicity:
kidney, liver, lungs and central nervous system.
Toxicity Data:
Acetone:
Oral rat LD50: 5,800 mg/kg
Inhalation rat LC50: 50,100 mg/m3/8 hours
Cyclohexanone:
Oral rat LD50: 1,620 mg/kg
Inhalation rat LC50: 8,000 ppm/4 hours
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Skin rabbit LD50: 1 mL/kg
Oral rat LD50: 1,650 mg/kg
Inhalation rat LC50: 21,000 ppm/3 hours
Methyl Ethyl Ketone:
Oral rat LD50: 2,737 mg/kg
Inhalation rat LC50: 23,500 mg/m3/8 hours
Skin rabbit LD50: 6,480 mg/kg
None of the components are known to cause sensitization.
None of the components are listed as a carcinogen or suspect carcinogen by
NTP, IARC or OSHA. The National Toxicology Program has reported that
exposure of mice and rats to tetrahydrofuran (THF) vapor levels up to 1800
ppm 6 hr/day, 5 days/week for their lifetime caused an increased incidence
of kidney tumors in male rats and liver tumors in female mice. The
significance of these findings for human health is unclear at this time, and
may be related to "species specific" effects. Elevated incidences of tumors
in humans have not been reported for THF. ACGIH has classified
cyclohexanone (CYH) and tetrahydrofuran as “A3,” Confirmed Animal
Carcinogens with Unknown Relevance to Humans.
Cyclohexanone has been positive in bacterial and mammalian assays. Acetone,
methyl ethyl ketone and tetrahydrofuran are generally thought not to be
mutagenic.
Methyl ethyl ketone and cyclohexanone have been shown to cause embryofetal
toxicity and birth defects in laboratory animals. Acetone and
tetrahydrofuran has been found to cause adverse developmental effects only
when exposure levels cause other toxic effects to the mother.
Persons with pre-existing skin, lung, kidney or liver disorders may be at
increased risk from exposure to this product.
Tetrahydrofuran:
Sensitization:
Carcinogenicity:
Mutagenicity:
Reproductive
Toxicity:
Medical
Conditions
Aggravated By
Exposure:
Section 12
VOC
Information:
VOC Level:
ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
This product is not expected to be toxic to aquatic organisms.
Cyclohexanone: 96 hour LC50 values for fish is over 100 mg/l.
Tetrahydrofuran: 96 hour LC50 fathead minnow: 2160 mg/L.
Acetone: 96 hour LC50 for fish is greater than 100 mg/L.
Methyl Ethyl Ketone: 96 hour LC50 for fish is greater than 100 mg/L.
This product emits VOC’s (volatile organic compounds) in its use. Make sure
that use of this product complies with local VOC emission regulations, where
they exist.
Maximum 510 g/L per SCAQMD Test Method 316A.
Section 13
DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Waste Disposal:
Dispose in accordance with current local, state and federal
regulations.
RCRA Hazardous Waste
U002, U057, U159, U213
Number:
EPA Hazardous Waste
D001, D035, F003, F0005
ID Number:
EPA Hazard Waste
Ignitable Waste. Toxic Waste (Methyl Ethyl Ketone content)
Number:
Section 14
TRANSPORT INFORMATION
DOT
UN/NA Number:
Proper Shipping Name:
Hazard Class:
Packing Group:
Less than 1 Liter (0.3
gal)
None
Consumer Commodity
ORM-D
None
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Greater than 1 Liter (0.3
gal)
UN1133
Adhesives
3
PGII
Hazard Labels:
IMDG
UN Number:
Proper Shipping Name:
Hazard Class:
Packing Group:
Label:
Flashpoint (deg C)
None
Flammable Liquid
UN1133
Adhesives
3
II
None (Limited Quantities
are expected from
labeling)
-10 to -5 Degrees C
UN1133
Adhesives
3
II
Class 3 (Flammable Liquid)
-10 to -5 Degrees C
2008 North American Emercency Response Guidebook Number:
127
Section 15
REGULATORY INFORMATION
Hazard Category for Acute Health, Chronic Health, Flammable
Section 311/312:
Section 302
Extremely Hazardous
Substances (TPQ):
Section 313 Toxic
Chemicals:
CERCLA 103
Reportable
Quantity:
California
Proposition 65:
This product does not contain chemicals regulated under SARA Section 302.
This product does not contain chemicals subject to SARA Title III Section
313 Reporting requirements.
Spills of this product over the RQ (reportable quantity) must be reported
to the National Response Center. The RQ for the product, based on the RQ
for Tetrahydrofuran (40% maximum) of 1,000 lbs, is 2,500 lbs.
Many states have more stringent release reporting requirements. Report
spills required under federal, state and local regulations.
This product contains trace amounts of chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer. Under normal use conditions, exposure to
these chemicals at levels above the State of California “No Significant
Risk Level” (NSRL) are unlikely. The use of proper personal protective
equipment (PPE) and ventilation guidelines noted in Section 8 will
minimize exposure to these chemicals.
TSCA Inventory
Canadian WHIMS
Classification:
All of the components of this product are listed on the TSCA inventory.
Class B, Division 2; Class D, Division 2, Subdivision B; Class D,
Division 2, Subdivision A. This product has been classified in accordance
with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and
the MSDS contains all the information required by the CPR.
Section 16
NFPA and HMIS:
NFPA Hazard Signal:
HMIS Hazard Signal:
OTHER INFORMATION
Health: 2 Flammability: 3 Reactivity: 1 Special: None
Health: 2* Flammability: 3 Reactivity: 1 PPE: G
Disclaimer:
The information herein has been compiled from sources believed to be reliable, up-to-date, and
is accurate to the best of our knowledge. However, we cannot give any guarantees regarding
information from other sources, and expressly does not make warranties, nor assumes any
liability for its use.
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