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Vista 8300 Eggshell – Cut Sheet & MSDS
Vista 9800 Semi-Gloss Enamel – Cut Sheet &
MSDS
Amerlock 400 – Epoxy Coating
Amershield - Polyurethane Coating
Okon Plugger Water Repellent Sealer – Cut
Sheet & MSDS
Vista Dryfall Water Based Flat (For Steel) –
Cut Sheet & MSDS
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REMARKS:
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This submittal has been reviewed for conformance to drawings and
specifications.
SIGNED:
Louis Kloss
Louis Kloss, Project Manager
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6-22-12
Interior/Exterior 100% Acrylic Finish
Architectural Coating - Premium Plus
Drying Time
Touch:
Recoat:
Recommended Uses
Properly primed drywall, concrete, masonry, wood and
metal.
Colors
White, stock and custom colors to order.
Bases: A, D, H and P
1 hour
4 - 6 hours
Coverage
300 – 400 square feet per gallon, depending on surface.
Mil Thickness
Wet = 4.3
Dry = 1.5
Thinning
Use at package consistency. If thinning is required,
use water sparingly.
Packaging
Quarts, one and five gallon containers
Finish
Composition
TOTAL PIGMENT
Titanium Dioxide
Extenders
29.0%
18.6%
10.4%
Surfaces must be clean, dry and free from all contaminants that may impair adhesion. Glossy or slick surfaces
must be scuff sanded prior to application of paint coatings
and may require priming.
TOTAL VEHICLE
Acrylic Resin
Additives
Water
71.0%
21.3%
8.5%
41.2%
Primer
Weights & Measurements +/-3.0%
Eggshell, sheen @ 60° = 14.0 - 18.0%
Surface Preparation
Drywall (New):
Drywall (Existing):
Concrete/Masonry:
Wood (Exterior):
Wood (Interior):
Ferrous Metal:
Non-Ferrous Metal
1100 Hi-Build Sealer
8000 Carefree Prime-ZALL
4000 Uniprime
8000 Carefree Prime-ZALL
4600 Uniprime II
8000 Carefree Prime-ZALL
4200 Terminator II
8000 Carefree Prime-ZALL
6600 AquaLac Undercoat
8000 Carefree Prime-ZALL
9600 Protec Metal Prime White
9610 Protec Metal Prime
Red Oxide
4800 Metal Pro Primer White
4810 Metal Pro Primer
Red Oxide
Solids by Volume:
Solids by Weight:
VOC:
Weight Per Gal:
Viscosity:
36.0%
50.3%
50 g/l
10.8 lbs.
96 - 100 KU
Certification
SCAQMD - complies with Rule 1113, Architectural
Coatings
LEED - complies with GS-11 / EQ 4.2.
Green Wise - tested and certified
MPI - #15, #15 X-Green, #52, #52 X-Green,
#139 and #139 X-Green
CHPS - passess Section 01350 testing
Application
Brush, roll or spray. Ambient and surface temperatures
must be above 55°F and relative humidity below 80%.
Clean tools and equipment with soap and water.
DISCLAIMER: To the best of our knowledge, the technical data contained herein are true and accurate at the date of issuance and offered in good faith. All technical information is subject to change without prior notice. This
product is guaranteed to give satisfactory performance if applied and used in accordance with the label instructions. Any liability shall be limited to a refund of the purchase price, or replacement of this product. This warranty
does not include labor or cost of labor for the application of any coating. All express and all implied warranties are hereby disclaimed and excluded including all implied warranties of fitness for a particular use and merchantability.
Final determination of the suitability of product or intended use is the sole responsibility of the user. Additional information may be obtained from your local sales representative.
Revised 04.12
Carefree Eggshell Interior/Exterior 100% Acrylic Finish
Description
Carefree Eggshell is a premium plus 100% acrylic enamel
for interior and exterior surfaces. This top-of-the-line
enamel provides block resistance with excellent scrubbability and durability. Carefree Eggshell finish exhibits exceptional stain and dirt resistance with excellent hide and
adhesion. Carefree can be used in areas where oil based
products were previously required. Excellent choice for
use on commercial, residential, institutional or custom
painting projects.
8300
Carefree Eggshell
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BRIGHT WHITE
.8300
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3/4/2011
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MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION
MANUFACTURER'S NAME:
ADDRESS:
INFORMATION PHONE:
24-hour Emergency Phone:
SECTION II
HMIS CODES: H
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Vista Paint Corporation
2020 East Orangethorpe Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
714.680.3800
714.680.3800
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/SARA III INFORMATION
REPORTABLE COMPONENTS
AGCIH
OSHA Exposure Limits
WT
LV/TWA
TWA
STEL
Vapor Pressure
CAS NUMBER
%
PPM
PPM
MG/M3
PPM
MG/M3
mm Hg @ TEMP
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------None
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*Indicates toxic chemical(s) subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of Title III and of 40 CFR 372.
Warning! This product contains a chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects,
or other reproductive harm. P65 (CA)
SECTION III
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PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
BOILING POINT/RANGE: 100.0 - 374.0 SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H2O = 1.00): 1.31
VAPOR DENSITY: Greater than air.
EVAPORATION RATE: Slower than ether.
COATING V.O.C.: 37.53 g/l MATERIAL V.O.C.: 13.78 g/l
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Soluble.
APPEARANCE AND ODOR: Liquid, mild odor.
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FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
FLASH POINT: N/A METHOD USED: N/A
FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR BY VOLUME - LOWER: N/A
UPPER: N/A
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Water spray, Carbon dioxide, Foam, Dry Chemical.
SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES
Avoid confined area unless properly protected against potentially irritating and toxic fumes.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Keep away from heat. Containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat.
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REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY: Stable.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: None.
INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): Strong oxidizers.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION OR BYPRODUCTS
Carbon dioxide and/or monoxide, and unidentified organic compounds may be formed during
combustion.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
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HEALTH HAZARD DATA
INHALATION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Vapor odors may cause irritation, nausea, headaches, and dizziness.
SKIN AND EYE CONTACT HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
EYE CONTACT: Can cause minor irritation, redness and tearing.
SKIN CONTACT: Can cause minor irritation.
SKIN ABSORPTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Can cause minor irritation.
INGESTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
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Can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal irritation.
HEALTH HAZARDS (ACUTE AND CHRONIC)
ACUTE: Excessive inhalation of vapors may cause headache and nausea. Material is slightly
alkaline and may irritate eyes and skin.
CHRONIC: None recognized.
CARCINOGENICITY: NTP CARCINOGEN: No IARC MONOGRAPHS: No OSHA REGULATED: No
MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
None recognized.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
EYE CONTACT: Clean eyes with plenty of water.
SKIN CONTACT: Clean with soap and water.
INHALATION: Move affected person to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if necessary. Seek
medical attention immediately.
INGESTION: Drink water to dilute. Do not induce vomiting. Call a physician.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Clean spills immediately with absorbant such as clay or diatomaceous silica.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
Dispose of all waste in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING
Keep containers closed when not in use. Do not store or handle near heat, flames, and strong
oxidants. Store in a cool, well ventilated area.
OTHER PRECAUTIONS
Rotate stock, use older materials first. Inspect for leaks on all containers.
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CONTROL MEASURES
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
Use NIOSH or OSHA approved respirator if TLV is exceeded.
VENTILATION
Provide sufficient ventilation to maintain exposure level below TLV/PEL.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES
Use impervious rubber gloves.
EYE PROTECTION
Use face shield or goggles.
OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OR EQUIPMENT
Use eye wash and safety shower. Use impervious clothing or change contaminated clothing
immediately.
WORK/HYGIENIC PRACTICES
Wash hands, face, and hair with regular soaps. Clean clothes by normal laundering methods.
SECTION IX
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DISCLAIMER
The information in this MSDS was obtained from sources which we believe are reliable. However, the
information is provided without any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding its
accuracy or completeness.
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Protec Alkyd Emulsion Semi-Gloss Enamel
Interior/Exterior Finish
Architectural Coating - Premium Plus
Drying Time
Touch:
Recoat:
Recommended Uses
Use water sparingly.
Properly primed interior/exterior concrete and masonry, wood
(i.e. doors & frames) and metal (i.e. doors & frames, garage
doors & wrought iron surfaces) that require a tough, durable,
washable surface.
1 hour
6 hours
Coverage
300 – 350 square feet per gallon, depending on surface.
Mil Thickness
Wet = 5.0
Dry = 2.0
Thinning
Composition
TOTAL PIGMENT
Titanium Dioxide
Extenders
22.1%
21.1%
1.0%
TOTAL VEHICLE
Proprietary Resin
Additives / Solvents
Water
77.9%
23.7%
5.5%
48.8%
One and five gallon containers
Weights & Measurements
+/-3.0%
Finish
Solids by Volume:
Solids by Weight:
VOC:
Weight Per Gal:
Viscosity:
Regulatory Coating Type:
35.5%
47.9%
5 g/l
10.31 lbs.
95 - 100 KU
Non Flat
Colors
White and Black
Bases: A, D and P
Packaging
Gloss, sheen @ 60° = 75.0%
Surface Preparation
Proper preparation of metal surfaces is essential to performance
of water based coatings. Remove oil, grease, dirt, loose rust,
loose peeling paint or other contaminants. Some metal surfaces, such as new galvanized metal may need to be acidetched and then cleaned from any acid residue. Glossy
surfaces must be sanded.
Primer
Concrete/ Masonry:
Wood:
Ferrous Metal:
Non-Ferrous Metal:
4600 Uniprime II
6600 Aqua Lac
9600 Protec Metal Prime White
9610 Protec Metal Prime
Red Oxide
4800 Metal Pro White
4810 Metal Pro Red Oxide
Application
Brush, roll or spray. Ambient and surface temperatures must
be above 55°F and relative humidity below 80%. Clean tools
and equipment with soap and water.
Testing
Adhesion (ASTM D 3359-97)
on steel panel
0% removal
Prohesion (ASTM D 5894-96)
on steel panel (1000 Hours)
no corrosion
Humidity Resistance (ASTM D 4587-91)
on steel panel (100 Hours)
10 (no effect)
Certification
SCAQMD - complies with Rule 1113, Architectural
Coatings
Super Compliant Product - yes
LEED - complies with GS-11 / EQ 4.2.
Green Wise - tested and certified
MPI - #153, #157, #157 X-Green and #163
CHPS - passes Section 01350 testing
DISCLAIMER: To the best of our knowledge, the technical data contained herein are true and accurate at the date of issuance and offered in good faith. All technical information is subject to change without prior notice. This
product is guaranteed to give satisfactory performance if applied and used in accordance with the label instructions. Any liability shall be limited to a refund of the purchase price, or replacement of this product. This warranty
does not include labor or cost of labor for the application of any coating. All express and all implied warranties are hereby disclaimed and excluded including all implied warranties of fitness for a particular use and merchantability.
Final determination of the suitability of product or intended use is the sole responsibility of the user. Additional information may be obtained from your local sales representative.
Revised 04.12
Protec Alkyd Emulsion Semi-Gloss Enamel Interior/Exterior Premium Finish
Description
Protec is a premium plus semi-gloss alkyd emulsion enamel,
which is uniquely formulated for a wide variety of surfaces and
conditions. It has strong corrosion resistant properties making
it an excellent choice as a rust preventative coating on metals.
Protec Alkyd Emulsion can be used as a DTM on properly prepared surfaces (see surface preparation below). In addition, it
has excellent resistance to abrasion, moisture and chemical
fumes. Protec can be used as an industrial maintenance coating
on metal, wood, concrete and masonry. It is a super compliant
“green” coating that is designed for use on all interior/exterior
architectural surfaces. Protec has very low odor and virtually no
VOC (5 g/l).
9800
9800
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PRODUCT NAME:
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PROTEC S.G. ALKYD EMULSION
.9800
06/02/2010
3/4/2011
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MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION
MANUFACTURER'S NAME:
ADDRESS:
INFORMATION PHONE:
24-hour Emergency Phone:
SECTION II
HMIS CODES: H
1
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Vista Paint Corporation
2020 East Orangethorpe Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
714.680.3800
714.680.3800
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/SARA III INFORMATION
REPORTABLE COMPONENTS
AGCIH
OSHA Exposure Limits
WT
LV/TWA
TWA
STEL
Vapor Pressure
CAS NUMBER
%
PPM
PPM
MG/M3
PPM
MG/M3
mm Hg @ TEMP
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------None
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*Indicates toxic chemical(s) subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of Title III and of 40 CFR 372.
Warning! This product contains a chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects,
or other reproductive harm. P65 (CA)
SECTION III
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PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
BOILING POINT/RANGE: 212.0 - 400.0 SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H2O = 1.00): 1.22
VAPOR DENSITY: Greater than air.
EVAPORATION RATE: Slower than ether.
COATING V.O.C.: 4.08 g/l
MATERIAL V.O.C.: 1.46 g/l
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Soluble.
APPEARANCE AND ODOR: Liquid, mild odor.
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FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
FLASH POINT: N/A METHOD USED: N/A
FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR BY VOLUME - LOWER: N/A
UPPER: N/A
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Water spray, Carbon dioxide, Foam, Dry Chemical.
SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES
Avoid confined area unless properly protected against potentially irritating and toxic fumes.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Keep away from heat. Containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat.
SECTION V
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REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY: Stable.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: None.
INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): Strong oxidizers.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION OR BYPRODUCTS
Carbon dioxide and/or monoxide, and unidentified organic compounds may be formed during
combustion.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
SECTION VI
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HEALTH HAZARD DATA
INHALATION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Vapor odors may cause irritation, nausea, headaches, and dizziness.
SKIN AND EYE CONTACT HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
EYE CONTACT: Can cause minor irritation, redness and tearing.
SKIN CONTACT: Can cause minor irritation.
SKIN ABSORPTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Can cause minor irritation.
INGESTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
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Can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal irritation.
HEALTH HAZARDS (ACUTE AND CHRONIC)
ACUTE: Excessive inhalation of vapors may cause headache and nausea. Material is slightly
alkaline and may irritate eyes and skin.
CHRONIC: None recognized.
CARCINOGENICITY: NTP CARCINOGEN: No IARC MONOGRAPHS: No OSHA REGULATED: No
MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
None recognized.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
EYE CONTACT: Clean eyes with plenty of water.
SKIN CONTACT: Clean with soap and water.
INHALATION: Move affected person to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if necessary. Seek
medical attention immediately.
INGESTION: Drink water to dilute. Do not induce vomiting. Call a physician.
SECTION VII
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PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Clean spills immediately with absorbant such as clay or diatomaceous silica.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
Dispose of all waste in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING
Keep containers closed when not in use. Do not store or handle near heat, flames, and strong
oxidants. Store in a cool, well ventilated area.
OTHER PRECAUTIONS
Rotate stock, use older materials first. Inspect for leaks on all containers.
SECTION VIII
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CONTROL MEASURES
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
Use NIOSH or OSHA approved respirator if TLV is exceeded.
VENTILATION
Provide sufficient ventilation to maintain exposure level below TLV/PEL.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES
Use impervious rubber gloves.
EYE PROTECTION
Use face shield or goggles.
OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OR EQUIPMENT
Use eye wash and safety shower. Use impervious clothing or change contaminated clothing
immediately.
WORK/HYGIENIC PRACTICES
Wash hands, face, and hair with regular soaps. Clean clothes by normal laundering methods.
SECTION IX
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DISCLAIMER
The information in this MSDS was obtained from sources which we believe are reliable. However, the
information is provided without any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding its
accuracy or completeness.
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Amerlock 400
®
Performance Coatings & Finishes
High-solids epoxy coating
Physical Data
Product Data/
Application Instructions
• Low VOC
• High-performance general maintenance coating for new or
old steel
• Cures through wide temperature range
• Self-priming topcoat over most existing coatings
• Can be overcoated with wide range of topcoats
• Compatible with prepared damp surfaces
• Compatible with adherent rust remaining on prepared
surfaces
• 5 mils or more in a single coat
• Resists high humidity and moisture
• Temperature resistance to 450°F on insulated or uninsulated surfaces
when mixed with Amercoat 880 glass flake additive
Amerlock’s low solvent level meets VOC requirements, reduces
the chances for film pinholing and solvent entrapment at the
substrate-coating interface, often a major cause of coating
failure with conventional epoxies and lower solids systems.
Amerlock 400 is available in a variety of colors, including
aluminum, and therefore does not require a topcoat. For
extended weatherability or special uses, a topcoat may be
desired.
Typical Uses
Amerlock 400 is used in those areas where blasting is
impractical or impossible. As a maintenance coating, Amerlock
400 protects steel structures in industrial facilities, bridges,
tank exteriors, marine weathering, offshore, oil tanks, piping,
roofs, water towers and other exposures. Amerlock 400 has
good chemical resistance to splash/spillage, fumes and
immersion in neutral, fresh and salt water (see resistance
table). Contact your Ameron representative for specific
information.
Typical Properties
Physical
Abrasion resistance (ASTM D4060)
1 kg load/1000 cycles
weight loss
CS-17 wheel
102 mg
Impact resistance (ASTM D2794)
Direct
24 in u lb
Reverse
6 in u lb
Moisture vapor transmission (ASTM D1653)
6.28g/m2/24hrs.
Adhesion (ASTM D4541)
900 psi
Finish
Semigloss
Color
Standard, Rapid Response,
custom colors and aluminum
White and light colors may show yellowing on aging. Use of Amercoat 861 with
white or light colors will slightly discolor.
Yellow, red and orange colors will fade faster than other colors due to the
replacement of lead-based pigments with lead-free pigments in these colors
Components
2
Curing mechanism
Solvent release and chemical
reaction between components
Volume solids (ASTM D2697 modified)
400
83% ± 3%
400AL
88% ± 3%
Dry film thickness (per coat)
4-8 mils (100-200 microns)
Coats
1 or 2
Theoretical coverage
1 mil (25 microns)
400
400AL
5 mils (125 microns)
400
400AL
ft2/gal
m2/L
1331
1412
32.6
34.7
1266
1282
16.5
16.9
VOC
400 mixed
mixed/thinned (1/2 pt/gal)
400AL mixed
mixed/thinned (11/2 pt/gal)
Temperature resistance,
400
continuous
intermittent
lb/gal
1.4
1.7
1.0
2.0
wet
°F
°C
100
38
100
38
g/L
168
204
120
240
°F
131
185
110
116
120
178
112
°C
-55
-29
-43
-47
--7
-25
-17
Salt spray (ASTM B117) 3000 hours
Face blistering
None
Humidity (ASTM D2247) 750 hours
Face corrosion, blistering
None
Immersion (NACE TM-01-69) fresh water 1 year
blistering
None
Pacific Southwest Supply, Inc.
(562) 691-9600
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°C
93
177
with 880 (1 gal can/2 gal mix)
continuous
100
38
425
218
intermittent
100
38
450
232
Some discoloration and darkening will occur at temperatures
greater than 2000F, this will not affect film integrity or coating
performance
Flash point (SETA)
400 resin
400 cure
400AL resin
400AL cure
Amercoat® 8
Amercoat 65
Amercoat 12
Performance
dry
°F
200
350
www.pacificsouthwest.net
Qualifications
Surface Preparation
USDA – Incidental food contact
NFPA – Class A
Coating performance is, in general, proportional to the degree
of surface preparation. Abrasive blasting is usually the most
effective and economical method. When this is impossible or
impractical, Amerlock 400 can be applied over mechanically
cleaned surfaces. All surfaces must be clean, dry and free of all
contaminants, including salt deposits.
Amerlock 400 may be used over most types of properly
prepared and tightly adhering coatings. A test patch is
recommended for use over existing coatings.
Steel – Remove all loose rust, dirt, moisture, grease or other
contaminants from surface. Power-tool clean SSPC-SP3 or
hand-tool clean SSPC-SP2. For more severe environments, dry
abrasive blast SSPC-SP7. Water blasting is also acceptable. For
immersion service – dry abrasive blast SSPC-SP10. For highheat service on uninsulated substrates, abrasive blast per
SSPC-SP6. For insulated substrates, abrasive blast per SSPCSP10. In both cases, a 2-3 mil profile must be obtained.
Aluminum – Remove oil, grease or soap film with neutral
detergent or emulsion cleaner, treat with Alodine® 1200,
Alumiprep® or equivalent or blast lightly with fine abrasive.
NSF Standard 61 – For use in drinking water;
Amerlock 400 only
•Colors: Ivory, White, Medium Grey, RT 1805 Blue
•Numbers of Coats: 2-4
•Sequence of Coats: Any combination of listed colors
•Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils) : 24
•Maximum Thinner 12% Amercoat #65 by volume; 12%
Amercoat #8 by volume (alternate)
•Recoat / Cure Time: 12 hours / 7 days
•Number of Coats: Use of Amercoat #8 Thinner is limited to
tanks of 250,000 gallons or greater
•Tanks 1,000 gallons or greater
•Pipes 21 inches in diameter or greater
•Valves 6 inches in diameter or greater
*Certain restrictions do apply
Chemical Resistance Guide
Environment
Splash and
Spillage
Immersion
400 400AL 400 400AL
*
*
F
F
Acidic
Alkaline
*
*
E
G
Solvents
*
*
G
G
Salt water
E
E
E
E
Water
E
E
E
E
F-Fair
G-Good
E-Excellent
Fumes and
Weather
400 400AL
G
G
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
*Contact your Ameron representative.
This table is only a guide to show typical resistances of Amerlock 400
and 400AL. For specific recommendations, contact your Ameron
representative for your particular corrosion protection needs.
Systems using Amerlock 400 or 400AL
1st coat
400
400
Amershield™
400**
Dimetcote® 9, 9FT
or 9HS
Dimetcote 9, 9FT
or 9HS
2nd Coat***
None
450HS
3rd coat***
None
None
None
400
Application Data
Applied over
Surface preparation
Steel
Concrete
Aluminum
Galvanizing
Steel, concrete, aluminum,
galvanizing
SSPC-SP2, 3, 6, 7, 10 or 11
ASTM D4259 or 4260
Alodine®, Alumiprep® or light
abrasive blast
Galvaprep® or light abrasive
blast
Airless or conventional spray.
Brush or roller may require
additional coats.
None
Mixing ratio (by volume)
1 part resin to 1 part cure
400
None
400
450HS
Pot life (hours)
861 Accelerator Amerlock 90/32
Amount
/mixed 5 gal
None
400AA
11/2
400AL
31/2
1/
400AA
1
2 pt
400AL
1
1/
1 pt
400AA
2
90/32
8
4
3
3
°F/°C
70/21
16
17
12
15
50/10
30
16
48
12
Recoat/Topcoat time @ 70°F (21°C)
System
Maximum time
400/400
3 months
400 with 861/400
1 month
400/Amershield or 450HS
1 month
400/5405
1 day
400 with 861/Amershield or 450HS 2 weeks
°F/°C
70/21 50/10 32/0
21/2
51/2
11/2
11/2
1
14
10
21/2
21/2
11/2
17
15
14
14
12
Pot life is the period of time after mixing that a five-gallon unit of
material is sprayable when thinned as recommended. Mixture may
appear fluid beyond this time, but spraying and film build characteristics may be impaired.
Environmental conditions
Product
Air and Surface Temperature
Amerlock 400 or 400 AL
40° to 122°F (-4° to 50°C)
Amerlock with 861
20° to 122°F (-6° to 50°C)
Surface temperatures must be at least 5°F (3°C) above dew point to
prevent condensation. At freezing temperatures, surface must be free
of ice.
Do not use Amerlock 400AL on water damp surfaces.
Drying time (ASTM D1640) (hours)
861
touch
861 Amerlock
°F/°C
Amt
/mixed 5 gal 120/49 90/32 70/21 50/10
41/2
19
28
None 400
11/2
400AL
1
4
12
36
1/
1/
400
1 2
3
15
24
2 pt
15
400AL
1
11/2 21/2
1 pt
400
1
2
14
15
Note: If maximum time is exceeded, roughen surface. For topcoats
(finish coats) not listed, see Product Data sheet for specific topcoat
time limitations.
400 PDS/AI
Concrete – Acid etching (ASTM D4260) or abrasive blast
(ASTM D4259) new concrete cured a minimum of 14 days.
Method
***Water immersion.
***For color contrast when 2 coats of 400AL are used, 400AL red can
be used as first coat.
Recoat/Topcoat time
minimum (hours)
400
400 with 1 pt 861
400AL
400AL with 1/2 pt 861
Galvanizing – Remove oil or soap film with detergent or
emulsion cleaner, then use zinc treatment such as Galvaprep®
or equivalent or blast lightly with fine abrasive.
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32/0 20/-6
196 NR
196 NR
172 120
110 124
148 196
Drying time continued
None
1/
2 pt
1 pt
None
1/
2 pt
1 pt
400
400AL
400
400AL
400
6
11/2
3
2
21/2
400
400AL
400AL
400
2
2
1
1
through
12
20
40 140
1/
7 2
24
72 216
6
10
30 196
4
9
24 148
5
9
24 172
Cure for immersion (days)
4
17
21 NR
4
17
21 NR
2
13
17 121
2
13
17 121
NR
NR
180
120
160
NR
NR
NR
NR
Amercoat 861 Accelerator will slightly discolor Amerlock 400 white
and other Amerlock light colors.
NR = Not recommended
Thinner
Amercoat 8 or 65
Equipment cleaner
Thinner or Amercoat 12
Application Equipment
The following is a guide; suitable equipment from other
manufacturers may be used. Changes in pressure, hose and tip
size may be needed for proper spray characteristics.
Airless spray – Standard equipment with 30:1 pump ratio or
larger, with a 0.017- to 0.021-inch fluid tip.
Conventional spray – Industrial equipment, such as DeVilbiss
MBC or JGA or Binks 18 or 62 spray gun. A moisture and oil
trap in the main air supply line, a pressure material pot with
mechanical agitator and separate regulators of air and fluid
pressure are recommended.
Power mixer – Jiffy Mixer powered by an air or explosionproof electric motor.
9. When applying Amerlock 400 directly over inorganic zincs
or zinc rich primers, a mist coat/full coat technique may be
required to minimize bubbling. This will depend on the age
of the Dimetcote®, surface roughness and conditions during
curing.
Note – Do not use Amerlock 400AL on water damp surfaces
10.Ventilate confined areas with clean air between coats and
while curing the final coat. Prevent moisture condensation
on the surface between coats.
11.Repair damaged areas by brush or spray.
12.Clean equipment with thinner or Amercoat 12 immediately
after use.
Shipping Data
Packaging unit
cure
resin
2 gal
1-gal can
1-gal can
5 gal
2.5-gal can
2.5-gal can
Shipping weight (approx)
2-gal unit
400 cure
400 resin
400AL cure
400AL resin
5-gal unit
400 cure
400 resin
400AL cure
400AL resin
lbs
kg
12.5
13.7
12.1
11.0
15.7
16.2
15.5
15.0
31.8
35.0
30.9
28.3
14.4
15.9
14.0
12.8
Shelf life when stored indoors at 40° to 100°F (4° to 38°C)
resin and cure
1 year from shipment date.
Numerical values are subject to normal manufacturing tolerances, color and
testing variances. Allow for application losses and surface irregularities.
This mixed product is photochemically reactive as defined by the South Coast Air
Quality Management District’s Rule 102 or equivalent regulations.
Brush or roller – Additional coats may be required to attain
proper thickness.
Application Procedure
1. Flush all equipment with thinner or Amercoat® 12 before
use.
2. Stir resin using an explosion-proof power mixer to disperse
pigments.
3. Add cure to resin. Mix thoroughly until uniformly blended to
a workable consistency. For low temperature application,
use Amercoat 861 accelerator. Do not exceed the 1 pint
Amercoat 861 accelerator per 5 gallon unit recommendation.
4. Do not mix more material than can be used within the
expected pot life.
5. For optimum application, material should be from 50° to
90°F (10° to 32°C). Above 122°F (50°C), sagging may occur.
6. Use only Ameron recommended thinners. Above 85°F
(29°C) use Amercoat 8, at lower temperatures use Amercoat
65. A small amount of thinner greatly reduces viscosity;
excessive thinning will cause running or sagging. Thin
cautiously as follows:
Amercoat 8 or 65 thinner 400
400AL
1/
11/2 pt/gal
Airless – up to
4 pt/gal
1/
11/2 pt/gal
Conventional – up to
2 pt/gal
Below 50°F additional thinning may be needed and multiple
coats required to achieve specified thickness.
7. To minimize orange peel appearance, adjust conventional
spray equipment to obtain adequate atomization at lowest
air pressure.
8. Apply a wet coat in even, parallel passes with 50 percent
overlap to avoid holidays, bare areas and pinholes. If
required, cross spray at right angles.
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400 PDS/AI
Safety Precautions
Warranty
Read each component’s material safety data sheet before use.
Mixed material has hazards of each component. Safety
precautions must be strictly followed during storage, handling
and use.
Ameron warrants its products to be free from defects in
material and workmanship. Ameron’s sole obligation and
Buyer’s exclusive remedy in connection with the products shall
be limited, at Ameron’s option, to either replacement of
products not conforming to this Warranty or credit to Buyer’s
account in the invoiced amount of the nonconforming products.
Any claim under this Warranty must be made by Buyer to
Ameron in writing within five (5) days of Buyer’s discovery of
the claimed defect, but in no event later than the expiration of
the applicable shelf life, or one year from the delivery date,
whichever is earlier. Buyer’s failure to notify Ameron of such
nonconformance as required herein shall bar Buyer from
recovery under this Warranty.
CAUTION – Improper use and handling of this product can
be hazardous to health and cause fire or explosion.
Do not use this product without first taking all appropriate
safety measures to prevent property damage and injuries.
These measures may include, without limitation: implementation of proper ventilation, use of proper lamps, wearing of
proper protective clothing and masks, tenting and proper
separation of application areas. Consult your supervisor.
Proper ventilation and protective measures must be provided during application and drying to keep solvent vapor
concentrations within safe limits and to protect against
toxic hazards. Necessary safety equipment must be used
and ventilation requirements carefully observed, especially
in confined or enclosed spaces, such as tank interiors and
buildings.
This product is to be used by those knowledgeable about
proper application methods. Ameron makes no recommendation about the types of safety measures that may need to
be adopted because these depend on application and space,
of which Ameron is unaware and over which it has no
control.
If you do not fully understand the warnings and instructions
or if you cannot strictly comply with them, do not use the
product.
Ameron makes no other warranties concerning the product.
No other warranties, whether expressed, implied, or
statutory, such as warranties of merchantability or fitness
for a particular purpose, shall apply. In no event shall
Ameron be liable for consequential or incidental damages.
Any recommendation or suggestion relating to use of the
products made by Ameron, whether in its technical literature,
or in response to specific inquiry, or otherwise, is based on data
believed to be reliable; however, the products and information
are intended for use by Buyers having requisite skill and knowhow in the industry, and therefore it is for Buyer to satisfy itself
of the suitability of the products for its own particular use and it
shall be deemed that Buyer has done so, at its sole discretion
and risk. Variation in environment, changes in procedures of
use, or extrapolation of data may cause unsatisfactory results.
Note: Consult Code of Federal Regulations Title 29, Labor, parts
1910 and1915 concerning occupational safety and health
standards and regulations, as well as any other applicable
federal, state and local regulations on safe practices in coating
operations.
This product is for industrial use only. Not for residential
use.
Limitation of Liability
Ameron’s liability on any claim of any kind, including claims
based upon Ameron’s negligence or strict liability, for any loss
or damage arising out of, connected with, or resulting from the
use of the products, shall in no case exceed the purchase price
allocable to the products or part thereof which give rise to the
claim. In no event shall Ameron be liable for consequential
or incidental damages.
Ameron U.S.A. • 13010 Morris Rd, Suite 400, Alpharetta, GA 30004 • (678) 393-0653
Ameron B.V. • J. F. Kennedylaan 7, 4191 MZ Geldermalsen, The Netherlands • (31) 345-587-587
400 PDS/AI
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©1999 Ameron • Printed in U.S.A. • R6/01 supersedes R8/00
Amershield
™
Performance Coatings & Finishes
Aliphatic polyurethane coating
Product Data/
Application Instructions
Physical Data
• Unique, high-solids, high-build, multifunctional coating
• Low VOC
• High-gloss, self-priming coating
• Excellent gloss retention
• Direct to metal and concrete in selected environments
• Outstanding abrasion, reverse and direct impact resistance
• Good chemical and stain resistance
• Tough and flexible coating
Amershield displays high gloss and excellent color and gloss
retention during extended service periods. The direct-to-metal
capabilities of Amershield provide a single-coat system at
reduced installation cost for use in protected environments.
Compatible over prepared, smooth cold-rolled steel and
abrasive blasted hot-rolled steel.
Yellow, red and orange colors will fade faster than other colors due to
the replacement of lead-based pigments with lead-free pigments in
these colors.
Finish
Color
Amershield has excellent adhesion to concrete providing a
durable, glossy, easy-to-clean flooring system. May be used
over Amerlock® as a durable, weather-resistant topcoat for
extra heavy duty service; over zinc-rich epoxy coatings as a
direct topcoat; over intact, old paint as a maintenance product.
Amershield's curing time may be adjusted with Amercoat
866M Accelerator for convenient application at low temperatures or when faster cure is required. A full color range is
available in the Ameron Rapid Response color system to
provide timely delivery.
Typical Uses
• Structural steel
Bridges
Stadiums
• Tanks
• Piping
• Industrial plants
Power
Wastewater treatment
Pulp and paper
Chemical and petrochemical
Food and beverage
• Concrete walls and floors
• Transportation
Rail car exterior and hopper lining
Vehicle equipment - buses, trucks, lifts
• Marine
Decks
Topside and superstructures on ships
Boottops
Barges and offshore platforms
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Gloss
See Ameron color chart
Components
Curing mechanism
2
Solvent release and
chemical reaction
Volume solids (ASTM D2697 modified)
73% ± 3%
Dry film thickness per coat
Coats
Theoretical coverage
l mil (25 microns)
5 mils (125 microns)
5 mils (125 microns)
1
ft2/gal
m2/L
1171
29
234
5.7
VOC
mixed
mixed/thinned (1 pt/gal)
mixed/thinned/accelerated
mixed/accelerated
lb/gal
2.2
2.7
3.01
2.5
g/L
264
323
360
304
Temperature resistance (dry)
continuous
intermittent
°F
200
250
°C
93
121
Flash point (SETA)
cure
resin
mixed
°F
122
110
115
°C
50
43
46
Amercoat 65
Amercoat 12
Amercoat 866M
78
2
94
25
-17
34
Qualifications
USDA – Incidental food contact
Tint and custom colors
NFPA – Class A
Typical Properties
Application Data
Physical
Applied over
Impact resistance (ASTM D2794) @ 5 mils
direct
140 in lbs
reverse
150 in lbs
•
•
Taber abrasion
1 kg load/1000 cycles
CS-17 wheel
weight loss
60.2 mg
Elongation (ASTM D522)
>32%
15.8 N m
15.6 N m
•
•
This table is only a guide to show typical resistance of Amershield.
Contact your Ameron representative for your particular corrosion
protection needs.
Typical Systems
Steel
Galvanizing
Aluminum
Concrete
Masonry
Primer
none, 400*, 68HS
none, 400*, 68HS
none, 400*
400*
none, 400*
Finish Coat
Amershield
Amershield
Amershield
Amershield
Amershield
*Other Ameron epoxy primers are also acceptable.
Refer to specific primer's product data sheets and application instructions for detailed application and surface preparation information.
Apply test patch to intact coating to confirm compatibility and
adhesion.
When Amerlock 400 is used as a primer for Amershield the maximum
topcoat time is one month; Amerlock 2 – 7 days, 400 with 861
Accelerator – 14 days. Clean and roughen surface if topcoat time is
exceeded.
On Amercoat 68HS use a mist coat/full coat application procedure to
prevent application bubbling.
Environmental Conditions
Temperature air or surface
Amershield
Amershield with 866M
°F
40 to 120
32 to 120
Surface preparation
steel
aluminum
galvanizing
Graffiti cleaning with Amerase
with gloss retention
100 cycles
Chemical Resistance Guide
Splash and
Fumes and
Environment
Spillage
Weather
Acidic
E
E
Alkaline
E
E
Salt solutions
Acidic
E
E
Neutral
E
E
Alkaline
E
E
Seawater
E
E
Fresh water
E
E
Solvents
G
E
Petroleum products
E
E
F-Fair
G-Good
E-Excellent
NR-Not Recommended
Substrate
concrete
masonry
previously coated surface
SSPC-SP 6 or 10
Alodine®, Alumiprep® or light
abrasive blast
Galvaprep® or light abrasive
blast
See specific primer
ASTM D4261
SSPC-SP1, 3 or 7
Appearance will vary depending on substrate and application
method.
Mixing ratio (by volume)
Pot life (hours)
1 part cure to 4 parts resin
°F/°C
90/32
70/21
50/10 32/0
Amershield
611⁄2
21⁄2
5
Amershield with 866M 111⁄2
1
2
4
Using 1/2 pt Amercoat 866M per mixed 5 gallon Amershield
Environmental Conditions
Temperature-Air or surface
°F
°C
Amershield
40 to 120
-4 to 49
Amershield with 866M
32 to 120
0 to 49
Surface temperatures must be at least 5°F (3°C) above dew
point to prevent condensation.
Drying time (ASTM D1640) (hours)
90/32
70/21
touch
1
21⁄2
1
3
with 866M
⁄2
⁄4
through
5
10
with 866M
2
3
Recoat time (hours)
minimum
with 866M
maximum
with 866M
90/32
4
11⁄2
12
6
80/26
51⁄2
13⁄4
24
8
°F/°C
50/10
4
1
72
6
32/0
21⁄2
10
°F/°C
70/21 50/10 32/0
8
48
2
4
8
168
168
12
24
48
Roughen surface or use Amerase™ if maximum recoat time is
exceeded.
Thinner
Amercoat 65
Equipment cleaner
Thinner or Amercoat 12
Adhere to all application instructions, precautions, conditions
and limitations to obtain the maximum performance. For
conditions outside the requirements or limitations described,
contact your Ameron representative.
°C
4 to 49
0 to 49
Surface temperature must be at least 5°F (3°C) above dew point
to prevent condensation.
Low Temperature Application
At low temperatures or when a fast cure is required Amercoat
866M accelerator can be added to mixed Amershield resin and
cure (see Amercoat 866M literature). DO NOT apply
Amershield with 866M when surface temperature is over
120°F.
Amershield PDS/AI
Prepared or primed steel,
aluminum, galvanizing,
masonry and primed concrete
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Surface Preparation
Application Procedures
Coating performance is, in general, proportional to the degree
of surface preparation. All surfaces must be clean, dry and free
of oil, grease, dirt, salt deposits or other contamination.
1. Flush equipment with thinner or Amercoat 12.
2. Stir resin thoroughly, add cure and mix until uniform. Do
not mix more material than will be used within pot life time.
Mixing ratio is 4 parts resin to 1 part cure by volume.
1. To provide a smooth appearance to the Amershield coating
Amercoat® 851, flow control additive may be used. See
Amercoat 851 Product Data Sheet for more information.
2. For faster drying at low temperatures, Amercoat 866M can
be used with all Amershield products.
Steel – Mill scale and rust must be removed. Abrasive blast
hot-rolled steel to SSPC-SP6 and rusted and pitted steel to
SSPC-SP10. Clean cold-rolled steel to SSPC-SP1 using vapor
degreasing or solvent emulsion to remove all oil, grease and
contamination. Solvent wipe is not satisfactory. Contact
Ameron for compatible phosphate surface treatments.
Pot life (hours)
°F/°C
90/32 70/21 50/10 32/0
Amershield
11⁄2
21⁄2
5
1
Amershield with 866M
⁄2
1
2
4
3. If thinning is necessary, add up to 1 pint Amercoat 65 per
gallon of Amershield .
4. When applying by spray, adjust pressures for equipment
configuration and environmental conditions to ensure
proper atomization.
Aluminum – Remove oil, grease or soap film with neutral
detergent or emulsion cleaner; treat with Alodine® 1200 or
Alumiprep® or blast lightly with fine abrasive.
Galvanizing – Remove oil or soap film with neutral detergent
or emulsion cleaner; treat with Galvaprep® Amchem Products
or blast lightly with fine abrasive.
Amercoat 68HS – Wash off water soluble contaminants;
remove oil, grease, etc., with a neutral detergent or emulsion
cleaner. Solvent wipe is not satisfactory.
Concrete – Clean concrete and masonry surfaces, abrasive
blast (ASTM D4259) or acid etch (ASTM D4260). Fill concrete
voids with Nu-Klad® 114A or 965. Fill masonry block with
Amerlock® 400BF block filler.
Coated surface – Clean by low pressure water cleaning (1000
psi or greater) water blast, abrasive blast (SSPC-SP7), solvent
emulsion cleaning (SSPC-SP1) or power tool cleaning (SSPCSP3). Surface must be clean, dry and free of oil, grease, dirt or
other contamination. Apply test patch to confirm compatibility
and adhesion.
Application Equipment
Power mixer – Jiffy mixer powered by an air or explosionproof electric motor.
Airless and electrostatic spray – Standard equipment Graco,
DeVilbiss, Nordson-Bede, Speeflo or others having a 28:1 or
higher pump ratio and a fluid tip with a 0.015- to 0.021-inch
(0.38- to 0.53-mm) orifice.
Conventional, air-assisted airless and electrostatic spray –
Devilbiss, Binks or Graco production spray equipment with
moisture and oil trap in the main air supply line.
Brush – Natural bristle. Maintain a wet edge.
Roller – Solvent resistant. Level any air bubbles with a bristle
brush.
When brush or roller applied, multiple coats may be needed to
achieve dry film thickness.
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5. Apply a wet coat in even, parallel passes; overlap each pass
50 percent.
Drying time (ASTM D1640) (hours)
°F/°C
90/32 70/21 50/10 32/0
touch
1
21⁄2
4
1
3
with 866M
⁄2
⁄4
1
21⁄2
through
5
10
72
with 866M
2
3
6
10
Using 1⁄2 pt Amercoat 866M per 5 gal Amershield
Recoat time (hours)
90/32
minimum
4
with 866M
11⁄2
maximum
12
with 866M
6
80/26
51⁄2
13⁄4
24
8
°F/°C
70/21 50/10
8
48
2
4
168
168
12
24
32/0
8
48
Roughen surface or use Amerase™ if maximum recoat time is
exceeded.
Note: When applying directly over organic zinc at full thickness,
bubbling may occur A mist coat/full coat technique may be required to
prevent application bubbling.
6. For colors, application of 8-mil wet film thickness (thinned)
will normally provide 5-mil dry film thickness, Clear coat at
5-mils WFT will normally provide 3-mil DFT.
7. Clean all equipment with thinner or Amercoat 12
immediately after use.
Note: Moisture sensitive – Keep cure container tightly closed.
Repeated moisture exposure will cause gellation and gassing;
handle bulged containers with caution, lids may eject forcibly.
Repair
Spot blast or power tool clean bare substrate to the requirements shown under surface preparation. Feather edges of
intact coating. Remove dust, dirt and contamination before
recoating.
Amershield PDS/AI
Shipping Data
Packaging units
cure
resin
Warranty
1 gal
0.20 gal in 1-qt can
0.80 gal in 1-gal can
Shipping weight (approx)
1-gal unit
cure
resin
5 gal
1 gal in 1-gal can
4 gal in 5-gal can
lb
kg
12.2
11.0
1.0
5.0
10.4
55.0
24.7
25.0
5-gal unit
cure
resin
Shelf life when stored indoors at 40 to 100°F (4 to 38°C)
resin
1 year from shipment date
cure
1 year from manufacturer date
Numerical values are subject to normal manufacturing
tolerances, colors and testing variances. Appearance will vary
depending on substrate and application method. Allow for
application losses and surface irregularities. See application
instructions for complete information and safety precautions.
This mixed product is nonphotochemically reactive as defined
by the South Coast Air Quality Management District’s Rule 102
or equivalent regulations.
Safety Precautions
Read each component’s material safety data sheet before use.
Mixed material has hazards of both components. Safety
precautions must be strictly followed during storage, handling
and use.
Ameron warrants its products to be free from defects in
material and workmanship. Ameron’s sole obligation and
Buyer’s exclusive remedy in connection with the products shall
be limited, at Ameron’s option, to either replacement of
products not conforming to this Warranty or credit to Buyer’s
account in the invoiced amount of the nonconforming
products. Any claim under this Warranty must be made by
Buyer to Ameron in writing within five (5) days of Buyer’s
discovery of the claimed defect, but in no event later than the
expiration of the applicable shelf life, or one year from the
delivery date, whichever is earlier. Buyer’s failure to notify
Ameron of such nonconformance as required herein shall bar
Buyer from recovery under this Warranty.
Ameron makes no other warranties concerning the
product. No other warranties, whether express, implied, or
statutory, such as warranties of merchantability or fitness
for a particular purpose, shall apply. In no event shall
Ameron be liable for consequential or incidental damages.
Any recommendation or suggestion relating to the use of
products made by Ameron, whether in its technical literature,
or in response to specific inquiry, or otherwise, is based on
data believed to be reliable; however, the products and
information are intended for use by Buyers having requisite
skill and know-how in the industry, and therefore it is for Buyer
to satisfy itself of the suitability of the products for its own
particular use and it shall be deemed that Buyer has done so, at
its sole discretion and risk. Variation in environment, changes
in procedures of use, or extrapolation of data may cause unsatisfactory results.
Limitation of Liability
Ameron’s liability on any claim of any kind, including claims
based upon Ameron’s negligence or strict liability, for any loss
or damage arising out of, connected with, or resulting from the
use of the products, shall in no case exceed the purchase price
allocable to the products or part thereof which give rise to the
claim. In no event shall Ameron be liable for consequential
or incidental damages.
Ameron U.S.A. • 13010 Morris Rd,Suite 400, Alpharetta, GA 30004 • (678) 393-0653
Ameron B.V. • J. F. Kennedylaan 7, 4191 MZ Geldermalsen, The Netherlands • (31) 345-587-587
Amershield PDS/AI
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©1999 Ameron • Printed in U.S.A. • R2/02 supersedes R8/00
Interior Acrylic Flat Finish
Architectural Coating - Specialty
Drying Time
Touch:
Recommended Uses
300 – 350 square feet per gallon, depending on surface.
15 - 20 minutes
Coverage
Industrial and commercial ceilings where good hide and
adhesion are required.
Mil Thickness
Colors
Wet = 4.4
Dry = 1.5
Special order, white and pastels only.
Packaging
Thinning
Five gallon containers
DO NOT THIN.
Finish
Flat, sheen @ 85° = 2.0%
Composition
Surface Preparation
TOTAL PIGMENT
Titanium Dioxide
Extenders
41.0%
13.1%
27.9%
TOTAL VEHICLE
Acrylic Resin
Additives / Solvents
Water
59.0%
10.0%
6.5%
42.5%
All contaminants that may impair adhesion should be
removed. Glossy or slick surfaces must be scuff sanded
and may require priming.
Primer
Concrete:
Wood:
Ferrous Metal:
Non-Ferrous Metal:
4600 Uniprime II
4200 Terminator II
9600 Protec Metal Prime White
9610 Protec Metal Prime
Red Oxide
4800 Metal Pro Primer White
4810 Metal Pro Primer
Red Oxide
Application
Spray only. Ambient and surface temperatures must be
above 55°F and relative humidity below 80%. Clean tools
and equipment with soap and water.
Weights & Measurements +/-3.0%
Solids by Volume:
Solids by Weight:
VOC:
Weight Per Gal:
Viscosity:
41.7%
61.0%
18 g/l
11.6 lbs.
90 - 94 KU
Certification
SCAQMD - complies with Rule 1113, Architectural
Coatings
LEED - complies with GS-11 / EQ 4.2.
MPI - #118
DISCLAIMER: To the best of our knowledge, the technical data contained herein are true and accurate at the date of issuance and offered in good faith. All technical information is subject to change without prior notice. This
product is guaranteed to give satisfactory performance if applied and used in accordance with the label instructions. Any liability shall be limited to a refund of the purchase price, or replacement of this product. This warranty
does not include labor or cost of labor for the application of any coating. All express and all implied warranties are hereby disclaimed and excluded including all implied warranties of fitness for a particular use and merchantability.
Final determination of the suitability of product or intended use is the sole responsibility of the user. Additional information may be obtained from your local sales representative.
Revised 09.10
Dry Fall Water-Based Flat Interior Acrylic Flat Finish
Description
A specialty water-based acrylic flat dry fall designed for
commercial ceilings. Overspray dries to powder after
falling approximately 12 feet. Dry Fall properties will depend on an ambient temperature and humidity.
DF12
Dry Fall Water-Based Flat
DF12
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
PRODUCT NAME:
PART NUMBER :
REVISION DATE:
PRINT DATE:
SECTION I
-
WATER BASE DRY FOG WHITE FLAT
.DF12
08/23/2010
3/4/2011
F
0
PH
E
MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION
MANUFACTURER'S NAME:
ADDRESS:
INFORMATION PHONE:
24-hour Emergency Phone:
SECTION II
HMIS CODES: H
1
-
Vista Paint Corporation
2020 East Orangethorpe Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
714.680.3800
714.680.3800
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/SARA III INFORMATION
REPORTABLE COMPONENTS
AGCIH
OSHA Exposure Limits
WT
LV/TWA
TWA
STEL
Vapor Pressure
CAS NUMBER
%
PPM
PPM
MG/M3
PPM
MG/M3
mm Hg @ TEMP
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------None
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*Indicates toxic chemical(s) subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of Title III and of 40 CFR 372.
Warning! This product contains a chemical(s) known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects,
or other reproductive harm. P65 (CA)
SECTION III
-
PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
BOILING POINT/RANGE: 212.0 - 212.0 SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H2O = 1.00): 1.51
VAPOR DENSITY: Greater than air.
EVAPORATION RATE: Slower than ether.
COATING V.O.C.: 17.57 g/l MATERIAL V.O.C.: 7.45 g/l
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Soluble.
APPEARANCE AND ODOR: Liquid, mild odor.
SECTION IV
-
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
FLASH POINT: 150 F METHOD USED: SFCC (SETA)
FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR BY VOLUME - LOWER: N/A
UPPER: N/A
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Water spray, Carbon dioxide, Foam, Dry Chemical.
SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES
Avoid confined area unless properly protected against potentially irritating and toxic fumes.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Keep away from heat. Containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat.
SECTION V
-
REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY: Stable.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: None.
INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): Strong oxidizers.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION OR BYPRODUCTS
Carbon dioxide and/or monoxide, and unidentified organic compounds may be formed during
combustion.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
SECTION VI
-
HEALTH HAZARD DATA
INHALATION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Vapor odors may cause irritation, nausea, headaches, and dizziness.
SKIN AND EYE CONTACT HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
EYE CONTACT: Can cause minor irritation, redness and tearing.
SKIN CONTACT: Can cause minor irritation.
SKIN ABSORPTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
Can cause minor irritation.
INGESTION HEALTH RISKS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE
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Can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal irritation.
HEALTH HAZARDS (ACUTE AND CHRONIC)
ACUTE: Excessive inhalation of vapors may cause headache and nausea. Material is slightly
alkaline and may irritate eyes and skin.
CHRONIC: None recognized.
CARCINOGENICITY: NTP CARCINOGEN: No IARC MONOGRAPHS: No OSHA REGULATED: No
MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
None recognized.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
EYE CONTACT: Clean eyes with plenty of water.
SKIN CONTACT: Clean with soap and water.
INHALATION: Move affected person to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration if necessary. Seek
medical attention immediately.
INGESTION: Drink water to dilute. Do not induce vomiting. Call a physician.
SECTION VII
-
PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED
Clean spills immediately with absorbant such as clay or diatomaceous silica.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD
Dispose of all waste in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORING
Keep containers closed when not in use. Do not store or handle near heat, flames, and strong
oxidants. Store in a cool, well ventilated area.
OTHER PRECAUTIONS
Rotate stock, use older materials first. Inspect for leaks on all containers.
SECTION VIII
-
CONTROL MEASURES
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
Use NIOSH or OSHA approved respirator if TLV is exceeded.
VENTILATION
Provide sufficient ventilation to maintain exposure level below TLV/PEL.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES
Use impervious rubber gloves.
EYE PROTECTION
Use face shield or goggles.
OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OR EQUIPMENT
Use eye wash and safety shower. Use impervious clothing or change contaminated clothing
immediately.
WORK/HYGIENIC PRACTICES
Wash hands, face, and hair with regular soaps. Clean clothes by normal laundering methods.
SECTION IX
-
DISCLAIMER
The information in this MSDS was obtained from sources which we believe are reliable. However, the
information is provided without any representation or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding its
accuracy or completeness.
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Decorative protection for porous and textured concrete
TECHNICAL DATA BULLETIN
OKON PLUGGER WATER REPELLENT SEALER
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
OKON PLUGGER is water base, low VOC, acrylic microemulsion specifically designed to protect both new and existing
porous concrete surfaces. Its special blend of 100% acrylic resin
and unique water-repellent provides multiple benefits especially
important when protecting very porous CMU:
x
The acrylic resin reduces the pore size of the substrate
thereby reducing the capillary action that draws water into
the substrate.
x
The proprietary water repellent lowers the surface tensions
and further counteracts the capillary pull.
PRODUCT FEATURES
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
Water based Acrylic Micro-Emulsions
Non-yellowing
Recoatable
Paintable
Resist high alkalinity
Resist chloride salts
Resist blushing
USE AREA
x
x
x
x
Exterior
New or existing
Vertical
CMU – porous
SURFACE PREPARATION
OKON PLUGGER can be applied to most porous concrete
surfaces that are unsealed, clean (free of dirt, waxes and oils)
and sound. New concrete must be cured for 28 days prior to
coating. Unsealed: PLUGGER must be able to penetrate
surface. Test the openness of the substrate by sprinkling with
water. If the surface turns dark with the water PLUGGER can be
applied. Clean: Clean surface using oil-free, compressed air to
remove loose and foreign matter that could interfere with
application or performance of coating. Pressure wash surface to
remove dust, sand or other foreign matter. Allow pressure
washed surfaces to dry three days prior to coating. Remove
exterior mildew with JOMAX® or equivalent. Remove
efflorescence with sulfamic or dilute muriatic acid. Spot cleaning
with acid may cause uneven porosity and blotchy appearance.
Rinse the surface thoroughly after chemical cleaning. Un-rinsed
acid salts may cause whitish-blotches to appear. Surface can be
slightly damp at time of application Sound: Surface of concrete
and mortar joints must be hard and firm - not loose or sandy.
The surface is un-sound if it can be scraped or gouged with a
flat screw driver. Unsound mortar or deteriorated concrete
should be removed and repaired prior to coating. Cracks and
joints must be sealed with flexible sealant. Parapet walls must
be capped and the backside sealed with a waterproofing
membrane.
Effective May 07.
TDB PLUGGER 050707.doc
COVERAGE RATE/GALLON
CMU-fluted
CMU-split face
CMU-smooth
Stucco-rough/cracked
1st Coat
25-40
35-50
50-75
75-100
2nd Coat 1
75-100
80-120
80-120
150-300
The rate of application will vary depending on:
A.
The weight of the block – A minimum of two coats are
required to adequately seal lightweight and some
medium weight block.
B.
The block mix - Integral ad-mixtures like W.R. Grace
Dry-Block®, help the block drain and are required in
C.
Light-weight block to receive a 5-year Warranty.
D.
The total surface area to be covered is greatly affected
by the face-style and mortar joints of the block. Split
face block has approximately 30% more surface area
than smooth block and fluted block can have two to four
times more surface area than the two-dimensional
surface area.
TECHNICAL DATA
Reduction in Water Leakage (Wind
Driven Rain)
Split-Faced Concrete Masonry Wall
ASTM E 514
>90%
Water Resistance by Immersion
ASTM 870
PASS
Water Resistance to 100% R.H.
ASTM D2247
PASS
Water Resistance Using Fog
ASTM D1735
PASS
Water Resistance to Condensation
ASTM D4585
UV Resistance - QUV
1000 Hrs
Breathable
ASTM D1653
PASS
Excellent.
Yes
Water Absorption – max. after 24 hr.
ASTM C140
4%
Water Vapor Transmission (Perms)
ASTM E96
11.51
Durability – loss of water repellency
ASTM G53
<8%
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
pH
Spec. Gravity
VOC
Weight per gallon (lbs)
Plugger
9.0
1.01
75
8.4
Page 1 of 2
x
APPLICATION
PLUGGER is best applied by airless spray. Use a small to
medium size airless pump (.33 - .66 gpm) at 500 psi and a
.031”-.035” tip. Protect adjacent and underlying surfaces from
over spray and rundown. The surface temperature at time of
application and for four hours after application is very important.
Application to cold (<50°F) or to hot surfaces (>100°F) will
reduce the durability of the material. Surfaces temperatures
>100° F can be cooled by misting with water immediately prior
to application. PLUGGER can be applied to damp but not wet
surfaces. The surface is wet if moisture transfers to your hand
when you touch it or if it glistens in appearance.
Vertical Surfaces: Apply from bottom of wall up using low
pressure airless spray. Flood surface until material runs down 6
to 8 inches below spray pattern before being absorbed. Pick up
runs or drips with a dry roller or brush. Overlap spray pattern to
avoid holidays.
Horizontal Surfaces: PLUGGER should not be used on
horizontal traffic areas. Horizontal surfaces like window sills or
railings must be sloped for drainage. Flood surface with
sufficient material so that surface remains wet for several
minutes before material is absorbed. If surface pooling or
puddling appears, back-roll, brush, wipe up, or broom away
excess material.
Recoat: PLUGGER can be recoated after the initial coat is dry,
clear and colorless.
POROSITY TEST
The porosity of a substrate can be measured using a RILEM
tube per Test Method 11.4. The tube is attached to the substrate
with putty and filled with water. The time it takes the water to
drain from the tube indicates the porosity of the substrate and
indicates whether additional applications of water repellent will
are justified. The substrate must be dry when conducting the
test. The RILEM tube can be used to measure the porosity of
mortar joints but otherwise is not relevant on glazed brick or cast
concrete. A RILEM tube test resulting in no water loss after 3
minutes is necessary in order for a project to qualify for a 5 Year
Extended Warranty.
Uncoated
Coated
Water
Loss
(mL)
5
2
.5
3
.5
0
Rating
(3 minute test)
Very porous
Porous
Dense
Poor protection
Good protection
Excellent protection
LIMITATIONS
PLUGGER does not form a water-proofing membrane and will
not fill large pores, bridge cracks, seal inaccessible areas, ex.
the under side of raked joints, or compensate for flawed
construction. Exposed walls must be capped and the backside
of parapet walls must be sealed with a waterproof membrane,
flashing must be in place, and where codes allow, weep holes
and drains installed and functioning.
Effective May 07.
TDB PLUGGER 050707.doc
5-YEAR WATER REPELLENCY WARRANTY
Properly specified and applied applications of PLUGGER may
qualify for a 5-Year Warranty. A RILEM™ tube test resulting in
no water loss after 3 minutes is necessary in order for a project
to qualify for a 5 Year Warranty. Two coats are generally
required to achieve this performance standard. Not all
substrates can achieve this standard regardless of the number
of coats applied. Request OKON Warranty procedure for details.
WARRANTY
The manufacturer will replace this product if, within 60 days of
the date of purchase, it is shown to be defective when used as
directed. THE MANUFACTURER’S LIABILITY UNDER ANY
WARRANTY, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IS
LIMITED IN DURATION TO 60 DAYS AND IS LIMITED
SOLELY TO REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT AND DOES
NOT INCLUDE LABOR OR OTHER CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an
implied warranty lasts or do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages. So the above limitation
or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
PACKAGING CODES
Product
No.
RILEM Test 11.4 Guideline
Condition
For vertical and sloped horizontal, above-grade substrates
only.
x
Substrate temperatures must be > 50Û F (10Û C) and ”
100ÛF (38ÛC) during application.
x
Not recommended for application over sealed, non-porous
surfaces.
x
PLUGGER is not designed to remedy or prevent water
intrusion problems associated with poor workmanship or
inadequate building design.
x
Water-repellency alone may not prevent water damage
caused by water intrusion through some light-weight or
highly absorbent substrates.
x
Application of PLUGGER may affect the sheen of the
surface. A mock-up should always be performed and
approved by property owner.
Fluted-block and block with raked mortar joints do not qualify for
a 5-year warranty.
Package
Wtg.
UPC
OK950
Five
44
7 49505 95005 1
OK955
55-Drum
480
7 49505 95055 6
Manufactured and distributed by:
Rust-Oleum Corporation
11 E. Hawthorn Pkwy.
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
(847) 367-7700
www.okoninc.com www.rustoleum.com
The information contained in this bulletin was the best available
at time of publication but may be superseded by revisions.
Contact Rust-Oleum to determine if updates are available.
Page 2 of 2
Material Safety Data Sheet
Section 1
General Information
Manufacturer:
Rust-Oleum Corporation
11 Hawthorn Parkway
Vernon Hills, IL 60061
24 Hour Assistance: 1-847-367-7700
www.rustoleum.com
Product Name:
Codes:
Zinsser Okon Plugger
OK-950
Section 2
Date: April 6, 2009
OK-951
OK-955
Hazardous Ingredients
Hazardous Component
None
CAS#
N/A
Section 3
OSHA
PEL
ACGIH
TLV
N/A
N/A
Hazard Identification
Emergency Overview:
Okon Plugger is a water repellant sealer used on concrete surfaces.
It is a milky white water based liquid with a faint ammonia odor and no flash point.
Primary Routes of Exposure:
Skin Contact
Eye Contact
Inhalation
Potential Acute Health Effects:
Eye:
May cause mild to moderate irritation
Skin: Prolonged contact may cause skin irritation. Absorption through skin contact not
considered a significant route of exposure.
Ingestion: Although ingestion not considered a significant route of exposure, Gastrointestinal
irritation and nausea may occur if swallowed.
Inhalation:
throat.
Excessive exposure to vapors or spray mist can cause irritation to eyes, nose and
N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not Determined
Okon Plugger (4-6-2009).doc
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
Est.: Estimated
Page 1 of 6 pages.
(See also Sections 4, 8, and 11for related information)
Section 4
First Aid Measures
Eye contact: Flush eyes immediately with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes. Get
medical attention.
Skin contact: Wash exposed area thoroughly with soap and water. Get medical attention if
irritation develops.
Ingestion:
If swallowed call a physician, poison control center, or hospital emergency room.
Do not induce vomiting because of the danger of aspirating liquid into the lungs. If spontaneous
vomiting occurs, monitor breathing for difficulty. Treat symptomatically and supportively. Get
medical attention.
Inhalation: If symptoms develop, remove affected person to fresh air. If breathing is difficult,
administer oxygen if available. If respiratory symptoms persist, get medical attention.
Section 5
Fire Fighting Measures
Flash Point (method): N/A (material will not flash)
Extinguishing Media:
Foam, Dry Chemical, Water Fog, CO2
Protection of Firefighters: As in any fire, wear self-contained breathing apparatus in pressure
demand mode and full protective gear.
Fire and Explosion Hazards: None known.
Section 6
Accidental Release Measures
Clean Up Methods: Wipe, scrape or soak up in an inert material (sand, earth, etc.) and put in
a container for disposal. Wash area with water.
(See also Section 8 for information on Exposure Controls and Personal Protective Equipment)
Section 7
Handling and Storage
Handling:
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. Wear
protective equipment. Use with ventilation.
Storage: Store above 40oF. Keep from freezing. Store at room temperature to prolong
shelf life.
N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not Determined
Okon Plugger (4-6-2009).doc
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
Est.: Estimated
Page 2 of 6 pages.
Section 8
Exposure Controls / Personal Protection
Engineering Controls:
Use in well-ventilated areas. If necessary, use mechanical local exhaust
ventilation or general room dilution ventilation to reduce vapor concentrations below applicable exposure
limits.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
Eye Protection:
Prevent eye contact. Wear chemical splash goggles or similar eye protection if
the potential exists for eye contact.
Skin Protection:
Avoid unnecessary skin contact. It is recommended that rubber gloves be worn to
prevent skin contact. Depending on conditions of use additional protective equipment may be necessary
such as face-shield, apron or coveralls.
Respiratory Protection:
None required for normally expected use conditions. If exposure limits
are exceeded or if irritation is experienced, appropriate NIOSH approved respiratory protection should be
worn.
General Hygiene Practices:
Wash after handling material. Prevent Eye contact. Avoid prolonged
skin and inhalation contact. Wash thoroughly before handling food, cosmetics, or before smoking.
Section 9
Physical Data
Appearance: Milky white
Odor: Faint ammonia odor
Physical State: Liquid
pH:
Boiling Point: 212oF / 100oC
Melting Point: N/D
Vapor Pressure (mmHg):
Viscosity:
[email protected]/20oC
N/D
Vapor Density: <1
Solubility in Water: Miscible
Specific Gravity (water = 1): 1.01g/ml
Section 10
Stability:
9.0
Volatile by Weight: 80
Stability and Reactivity
Stable
Hazardous Polymerization:
Will not occur
Hazardous Decomposition Products: None Known
Conditions to Avoid:
Incompatibility:
N/A: Not Applicable
None Known
Water reactive materials.
N/D: Not Determined
Okon Plugger (4-6-2009).doc
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
Est.: Estimated
Page 3 of 6 pages.
Section 11
Toxicological Information
The following ingredients are present at greater than 0.1% and are classified by IARC, NTP, or
OSHA as carcinogenic:
Ingredient
None
CAS #
N/A
IARC
N/A
NTP
N/A
OSHA
N/A
(See also Section 15 for related information)
Section 12
Ecological Information
Chemical Fate and Effects:
Section 13
None known
Disposal Considerations
Recommended Waste Disposal Method: This material is not considered hazardous waste
under Federal Hazardous Waste Regulations (40 CFR 261). However, state and local
requirements for waste disposal may be more restrictive or otherwise differ from federal
regulations. Chemical additions, processing or otherwise altering this material may render the
waste management information presented in this MSDS incomplete, inaccurate or otherwise
inappropriate. Consult all applicable federal, state, and local regulations regarding the proper
disposal of this material.
Section 14
Transportation Information
Regulated by the DOT:
Not Regulated
DOT Proper Shipping Name:
N/A
UN / NA Number: N/A
Hazard Class:
N/A
Packing Group:
N/A
Section 15
Regulatory Information
CERCLA:
The Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA)
requires notification to the National Response Center for releases of quantities of Hazardous Substances
equal to or greater than the reportable quantities (RQs) in 40 CFR 302.4 (for CERCLA 102).
N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not Determined
Okon Plugger (4-6-2009).doc
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
Est.: Estimated
Page 4 of 6 pages.
Components present in this product at a level which could require reporting under the statute are:
CAS#
N/A
Chemical Name
None
Maximum Concentration (Wt. %)
N/A
SARA Title III, section 311/312:
The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) Title III requires emergency
planning based on Threshold Planning Quantities (TPQs) and release reporting based on Reportable
Quantities (RQs) in 40 CFR 355 (used for SARA 302, 304, 311 and 312).
Components present in this product at a level which could require reporting under the statute are:
Chemical Name
CAS#
Maximum Concentration (Wt. %)
None
N/A
N/A
SARA Title III, section 313:
The Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) Title III requires submission of
annual reports of release of toxic chemicals that appear in 40 CFR 372 (for SARA 313).
Components present in this product at a level which could require reporting under the statute are:
Chemical Name
Glycol Ethers
CAS#
N230
Maximum Concentration (Wt. %)
2.56%
TSCA:
The components of this mixture are listed in the Toxic Substance Control Act Inventory of
Chemical Substances.
This product does not contain any chemicals that require export notification under Section 12(b)
of the TSCA regulation.
Section 16
Other Information
Legend: N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not Determined
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
cps: Centipoise
KU: Krebs Units
STEL: Short Term Exposure Limit
C: OSHA Ceiling Value
PPM: Parts Per Million
PPB: Parts Per Billion
PEL: Permissible Exposure Limit
TLV: Threshold Limit Value
TWA: Time Weighted Average
mg/m3: Milligrams per cubic Meter
mppcf: Million particles per cubic foot of air.
N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not Determined
Okon Plugger (4-6-2009).doc
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
Est.: Estimated
Page 5 of 6 pages.
ACGIH: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
OSHA: Occupational Safety and Health Administration (US Dept. of Labor)
RCRA: Resource Conservation and recovery Act
SARA: Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act
TSCA: Toxic Substance Control Act
FHSA: Federal Hazardous Substance Act
Prepared By: Rust-Oleum Regulatory Compliance Dept.
173 Belmont Drive Somerset, NJ 08875
Disclaimer:
(732) 469-8100
Rust-Oleum. believes, to the best of its knowledge, information and belief, the
information contained herein to be accurate and reliable as of the date of this material safety data sheet.
However, because the conditions of handling, use, and storage of these materials are beyond our control,
we assume no responsibility or liability for personal injury or property damage incurred by the use of
these materials and make no warranty, expressed or implied, regarding the accuracy or reliability of the
data or results obtained from their use. All materials may present unknown hazards and should be used
with caution. The information and recommendations in this material safety data sheet are offered for the
users’ consideration and examination. It is the responsibility of the user to determine the final suitability
of this information and data and to comply with all applicable international, federal, state, and local laws
and regulations.
N/A: Not Applicable
N/D: Not Determined
Okon Plugger (4-6-2009).doc
N/E: Not Established
N/R: Not Required
Est.: Estimated
Page 6 of 6 pages.
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