STANDOX MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ... 05/05/2013 ****** SECTION 1 - Product and Company Identification ******

STANDOX MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET     ... 05/05/2013  ****** SECTION  1 - Product and Company Identification ******
STANDOX MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
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1 - Product and Company Identification ******
Supplier:
Axalta Coating Systems Canada Company
408 Fairall Street
Ajax, ON, L1S 1R6
Manufacturer:
Standox
47802 W. Anchor Ct.
Plymouth, MI, 48170
Telephone:
Product Information:
Medical Emergency (24 hours):
Transportation Emergency (24 hours):
(800) 551-9296
(855) 274-5698
(613) 996-6666(CANUTEC)
PRODUCT IDENTIFIER: Standox® PF Hardener PFH 15 - 25
PRODUCT CODE:
16212
Product Use:
PAINT ADDITIVE
Prepared by:
Chemical Family:
110323
Regulatory Affairs
Clearcoat-Solventborne
Copyright (c) 2013 Axalta Coating Systems Canada Company.
reserved.
Copies may be made only for those using
Standox products.
All rights
****** SECTION 2 - Composition, Information on Ingredients ******
CAS #
Ingredient
(%)
Exposure Limits**
------------ ---------------------------------------------28182-81-2
ALIPHATIC POLYISOCYANATE40- 70
S
0.5 mg/m3
RESIN
A
None
O
None
78-93-3
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
7- 13
A
A
O
D
D
98-56-6
4-CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDE
30- 60
D
A
O
300.0 ppm
15 min STEL
200.0 ppm
200.0 ppm
300.0 ppm
15 min TWA
200.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
20.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour TWA
None
None
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** A = ACGIH, O = OSHA, D = Dupont, TWAEV = Ontario, S = Supplier
D=Dupont Results obtained from E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company
(For additional definition of terms, see section 16)
Limits are 8-hour TWA unless otherwise specified.
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3 - Hazards Information ******
Emergency Overview:
DANGER! EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE LUNG INJURY AND ALLERGIC RESPIRATORY
REACTION.
EFFECTS MAY BE PERMANENT. FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR.
VAPORS AND SPRAY MIST HARMFUL IF INHALED. MAY CAUSE CENTRAL NERVOUS
SYSTEM EFFECTS SUCH AS DIZZINESS, HEADACHE, OR NAUSEA. MAY CAUSE
NOSE, THROAT, EYE AND SKIN IRRITATION. CAN BE ABSORBED THROUGH THE
SKIN.
Potential Health Effects:
Inhalation:
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.
May cause nose and throat irritation.
May cause nervous system
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.
Ingestion:
May result in gastrointestinal distress.
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.
Other Potential Health Effects in addition to those listed above:
ALIPHATIC POLYISOCYANATE RESIN
Overexposure may cause asthma-like reactions with shortness of
breath, wheezing, cough, which may be permanent; or permanent lung
sensitization. This effect may be delayed for several hours after
exposure.
The following medical conditions may be aggravated by exposure:
asthma
skin disorders respiratory disorders
Potential skin sensitizer that may cause allergic reactions and
contact dermatitis resulting in severe irritation, dryness, and
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cracking of the skin.
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
Material is irritating to mucous membranes and upper respiratory
tract.
Increased susceptibility to the effects of this material may be
observed in people with preexisting disease of any of the following:
central nervous system
eyes
respiratory system
skin
Prolonged or repeated overexposure may cause any of the following:
Conjunctivitis Dermatitis
High concentrations have caused embryotoxic effects in laboratory
animals.
Aspiration may occur during swallowing or vomiting, resulting in lung
damage.
Ingestion may cause headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and
drowsiness.
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 th
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: permanent eye injury
Inhalation may cause: Causes stupor (central nervous system
depression). respiratory tract irritation
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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:
In case of 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.
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5 - Firefighting Measures ******
Flash Point (Method)
Between -7 to 23 deg C
Closed Cup
Approx. flammable limits
LFL
0.9 % UFL 11.0 %
Auto ignition temperature
404.0 - 500.0 Deg C
Hazardous Combustion Products:
CO, C02, smoke, and oxides of any heavy metals that are reported in
"Composition, Information on Ingredients" section.
Extinguishing media:
Universal aqueous film-forming foam, carbon dioxide, dry chemical.
Special 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.
Fire & explosion hazards:
Flammable liquid. Vapor/air mixture will burn when an ignition
source is present.
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6 - Accidental Release Measures ******
Procedures for cleaning up spills or leaks:
Ventilate area. Remove sources of ignition.
Do not get in eyes or on skin.
Do not breathe vapors.
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 TM 10) and 80% Water
OR
0-10% Ammonia, 2-5% Detergent and Water (balance) Confine and
remove with inert absorbent. 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.
****** SECTION
7 - Handling and Storage ******
Precautions to be taken in handling and storing:
Observe label precautions. Keep away from heat, sparks, flame, static
discharge and other sources of ignition. VAPORS MAY CAUSE FLASH FIRE.
Close container after each use. Ground containers when pouring.
Do not transfer contents to bottles or unlabeled containers. Wash
thoroughly after handling and before eating or smoking. Do not store
above 120 deg F.
OSHA/NFPA Storage Classification:
IB
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.
****** SECTION
8 - Exposure Controls or Personal Protection ******
Engineering controls and work practices:
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Ventilation:
Provide sufficient ventilation in volume and pattern to keep
contaminants below applicable exposure limits.
Personal Protective Equipment:
Recommended PPE:
Respiratory:
Do not breathe vapors or mists.
Wear a positive-pressure, supplied
air respirator (NIOSH approved TC-19C), while mixing activator with
paint, during application and until all vapors and spray mists are
exhausted. Follow respirator manufacturer s directions for
respirator use. Do not permit anyone without protection in the
painting area. Refer to the hardener/activator label instructions for
further information. Individuals with history of lung or breathing
problems or prior reaction to isocyanates should not use or be
exposed to this product if mixed with isocyanate
activators/hardeners.
Protective clothing:
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
Vapor Pressure of principal solvent
Solubility of solvent in water
Vapour density (principal solvent)
Approx. Boiling range (deg C)
Approx. Freezing range (deg C)
Gallon weight (lbs/US gal)
Specific gravity
Percent volatile by volume
Percent volatile by weight
Percent solids by volume
Percent solids by weight
Odour
Appearance
Physical state
pH (waterborne systems only)
VOC* less exempt (g/l)
VOC* as packaged (g/l)
Slower than Ether
7.60 mmHg @ 25 Deg C
NIL
6.24
78 - 203 DEG (C)
-86
DEG (C)
9.79
1.17
44.78
45.23
55.22
54.77
Characteristic Paint Odour
semi-viscous liquid
Liquid
Not Applicable
148.8
100.5
* VOC less exempt (theoretical) and VOC as packaged (theoretical)
are based upon the VOC of the packaged material at the point of
manufacture.
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****** SECTION 10 - Stability and Reactivity ******
Stability:
Stable
Incompatibility (materials to avoid):
water, alcohols, amines
Hazardous decomposition products:
CO, C02, smoke, and oxides of any heavy metals that are reported in
"Composition, Information on Ingredients" section.
Hazardous polymerization:
Will not occur.
Sensitivity to static discharge:
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 - Toxicological Information ******
ALIPHATIC POLYISOCYANATE RESIN
Oral LD50
1000 mg/kg
Dermal LD50
5000 mg/kg
Inhalation LC50
137 mg/m3
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
Oral LD50
Dermal LD50
Inhalation LC50
2193 g/kg
5 g/kg
5000 ppm
4-CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDE
Oral LD50
6650 mg/kg
Dermal LD50
2700 mg/kg
Inhalation LC50
4479 ppm
4 h
Rat
Rabbit
Rat
SUPPLIER MSDS
SUPPLIER MSDS
SUPPLIER MSDS
6 h
Rat
Rabbit
Rat
SUPPLIER MSDS
SUPPLIER MSDS
SUPPLIER MSDS
Rat
Rabbit
4 HR Rat
SUPPLIER MSDS
SUPPLIER MSDS
SUPPLIER MSDS
For all other ingredients, no information is available.
Key:
RTECHS CCOHS
Patty's -
Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances
Canadian Center for Occupational Health and Safety
Patty's Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology, 3rd Edition
****** SECTION 12 - Ecological Information ******
ALIPHATIC POLYISOCYANATE RESIN
1000 mg/l
3 h
1000 mg/l
72 h
BACTERIA
AQUATIC PLANTS
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
3220 mg/l
5091 mg/l
FISH
INVERTEBRATES
48 h
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Cont'd
4-CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDE
12 mg/l
4
14 mg/l
4
1 mg/l
31
4 mg/l
2
500 mg/l
3
days
days
days
days
days
Bluegill Sunfish
Rainbow Trout
Fathead Minnow
Daphnia
Green Algae
FISH
FISH
FISH
AQUATIC PLANTS
AQUATIC PLANTS
****** SECTION 13 - Disposal Considerations ******
Provincial Waste Classification:
Check appropriate provincial and local waste disposal regulations
for proper classifications.
Waste disposal method:
Do not allow material to contaminate ground water systems. Incinerate
or otherwise dispose of waste material in accordance with Federal,
State, Provincial, and local requirements. Use only approved waste
management contractors. Do not incinerate in closed containers.
****** SECTION 14 - Transportation Information ******
TDG Shipping Name:
PAINT RELATED MATERIAL
Hazard Class:
UN/NA#
Packing Group:
3
1263
II
****** SECTION 15 - Regulatory Information ******
This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard
criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations and the MSDS contains
all the information required by the Controlled Products Regulations.
TSCA Status:
In compliance with TSCA Inventory requirements for commercial
purposes.
DSL Status:
All components of the mixture are listed on the DSL.
OCI:
All components of the mixture are listed with the Ontario Inventory.
WHMIS Classification:
Class B
Division 2
Class D
Division 1 Subdivision
A
Class D
Division 2 Subdivision
A 56
Class D
Division 2 Subdivision
B 60
Class D
Division 2 Subdivision
B 61
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WHMIS symbols:
Flame
Skull and Crossbones
Photochemical Reactivity:
Non-photochemically reactive
Other Regulatory Information:
CAS #
Ingredient
------------ ------------------------28182-81-2
ALIPHATIC POLYISOCYANATERESIN
78-93-3
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
98-56-6
4-CHLOROBENZOTRIFLUORIDE
EPCRA
CERCLA
302 TPQ/RQ 311/312 313 RQ(lbs) HAP
--- ------ ------- --- ------- --N
NR
A,C,R
N
NR
N
N
N
NR
NR
A,C,F
C,F,P
N
N
5000
NR
Key:
EPCRA: Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
(aka Title III, SARA)
302: Extremely hazardous substances
311/312 Categories:
F = Fire Hazard
A = Acute Hazard
R = Reactivity Hazard
C = Chronic Hazard
P = Pressure Related Hazard
313 Information: Section 313 Supplier Notification - The chemicals
listed above with a 'Y' in the 313 column are
subject to reporting requirements of Section 313
of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-to-Know act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372.
CERCLA: Comprehensive Emergency Response, Compensation and
Liability Act of 1980.
HAP = Listed as a Clean Air Act Hazardous Air Pollutant
TPQ = Threshold planning quantity
RQ = Reportable quantity
NA = not available
NR = not regulated
****** SECTION 16 - Additional Information ******
HMIS Rating:
Glossary
ACGIH
IARC
NTP
OSHA
STEL
TWA
PNOR
PNOC
of
-
H: 3
F: 3
R: 1
Terms:
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
International Agency for Research on Cancer
National Toxicology Program
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Short term exposure limit
Time-weighted average
Particles not otherwise regulated
Particles not otherwise classified
N
N
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****** SECTION 16 - Additional Information ******
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Notice from Axalta Coating Systems
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.
Approved by:
Technical Manager
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