MSDS A Side Quick Cure

MSDS A Side Quick Cure
TWO-COMPONENT LOW PRESSURE A-COMPONENT
(Includes Quick Cure, Slow Rise, E-84 Class 1, SPF Roof Patch, Commercial Vehicle, Sound Barrier, Air Seal, Low
Density, Mine Sealant SA and Cavity Fill)
MSDS # A16178A
Issue Date: March 2005
MATERIAL
Last Rev: December 16, 2010
SAFETY
DATA
SHEET
1. PRODUCT & COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
Chemical Product
A-Component for Two-Component Low Pressure Polyurethane Foam System for Professional Use Only.
Manufacturer
FOMO PRODUCTS, INC.
P. O. Box 1078
Norton, Ohio 44203
Emergency Overview
Product Information: 1-800-321-5585 (Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm). In Ohio and outside the United States
call (330) 753-4585.
Transportation Emergency: CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300 (24 hours). Two-Component A-Component is
registered by the manufacturer, FOMO PRODUCTS, INC.
International Transportation Emergency: CHEMTREC (703) 527-3887
Product is a urethane foam component that contains a liquified compressed gas blowing agent (Non-Flammable Compressed
Gas). Containers should not be heated above 120F (49C) to avoid excessive pressure build-up.
2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Emergency Overview
WARNING! EYE, SKIN, LUNG IRRITANT. May cause eye irritation. May cause
skin irritation. May cause allergic skin reaction. Skin Sensitizer. May cause allergic
respiratory reaction. Harmful if inhaled. May cause lung injury. Respiratory sensitizer.
Lung damage and respiratory sensitization may be permanent. May cause central
nervous system effects. Keep upwind of spill. May cause anesthetic effects.
Pressurized Containers: storage temperature should not exceed 120F (49C) in order to
avoid excessive pressure build-up and possible release of contents. MDI will react with
water to form CO2 and water insoluble polyureas.
Potential Health Effects
The primary adverse health effects of this product are related to the Polymeric Isocyanate (MDI) component, and, to a
lesser degree, the Fluorocarbon (134a) component. Therefore, use in a well ventilated area and with certified
respiratory protection to avoid exceeding exposure limits listed in Section 8 of this MSDS.
Entry Route: Effects of Overexposure
Inhalation:
May irritate mucous membranes. Can cause runny nose, sore throat, coughing, chest discomfort, shortness of
breath, wheezing, and reduced lung function. Extensive overexposure can lead to respiratory symptoms like
bronchitis, bronchial spasm, and pulmonary edema. These symptoms could be immediate or delayed up to
several hours after exposure. These effects are usually reversible, but increased lung sensitivity can persist
for a longer period of time. Chronic overexposure to diisocyanates can cause permanent damage.
Overexposure to 1,1,1,2 - Tetrafluoroethane may cause lightheadedness, headaches, or lethargy. Persons
with cardiac arrhythmia are more susceptible to increased medical risk from severe exposure.
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Eyes:
May be irritating to eyes. Symptoms of irritation can include reddening, tearing, swelling, or stinging. May
cause temporary corneal injury. Chronic overexposure may cause conjunctivitis.
Skin:
May cause localized irritation, reddening or swelling. May cause an allergic reaction. Prolonged or repeated
exposure may lead to sensitization and/or contact dermatitis.
Ingestion:
May cause irritation of mucous membranes in the mouth and digestive tract. Symptoms may include
abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Small amounts are unlikely to cause symptoms or injury.
If accidental contact occurs, follow the appropriate first aid procedure described in Section 4 of this MSDS.
3. COMPOSITION
Chemical Name (common names)
1,1,1,2- Tetrafluoroethane
(Non-Flammable Compressed Gas,
HFC, Fluorocarbon) 134a
CAS Number
811-97-2
Percentage
5 to 10 percent
4,4’ - Diphenylmethane
Diisocyanate (MDI)
101-68-8
30 to 60 percent
Higher Oligomers of MDI
(Polymeric MDI)
9016-87-9
30 to 60 percent
(NOTE: See Section 8 of this MSDS for Exposure Guidelines)
(NOTE: See Section 11 of this MSDS for Toxicological Information- LC50 and LD50)
4. FIRST AID
Inhalation:
If breathing difficulty is experienced, move to area free of exposure. Provide fresh air. If necessary, provide
oxygen or artificial respiration by trained personnel and obtain medical attention.
Eye Contact: Flush with clean water for at least 15 minutes and obtain medical attention.
Skin Contact: Use a rag to remove liquid from skin and remove contaminated clothing. May cause mild irritation or
temporary darkening of skin. Persistent washing with soap and water will eventually remove all residues. If
irritation persists, obtain medical attention.
Ingestion:
Drink 1 to 3 glasses of water and seek immediate medical attention. Do not induce vomiting. Never give
anything orally to an unconscious person.
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Extinguishing Media: Dry Chemical, carbon dioxide, Halon 1211, chemical foams, or water spray (if used in large
quantities).
Firefighting Procedures: Isolate area. Stay upwind. Water is not recommended unless used in large quantities as a fine
spray when other extinguishing agents are not available. The product is equipped with a pressure relief valve which can
activate in a high temperature situation. Remove all personnel from the area at the first sound of releasing pressure.
Protective equipment: Wear self-contained breathing apparatus to protect against toxic decomposition by-products, including
Carbon monoxide, Carbon dioxide, Nitrogen oxides, Isocyanates, Hydrogen fluoride and traces of Hydrogen cyanide. Wear
all turn out gear (boots, trousers, helmet, gloves, and hood).
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazards: Product reacts with water. Water Contamination will produce carbon dioxide. High
temperatures will raise the pressure in the containers, which may lead to rupturing. Cured foam is organic and, therefore, will
burn in the presence of sufficient heat, oxygen and an ignition source. Main hazards associated with burning foam are similar
to burning of other organic materials (wood, paper, cotton, etc.) and precautions against exposure should be taken
accordingly. Avoid welding or other “hot work” in the vicinity of exposed cured foam.
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6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES/DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Personal Precautions: Evacuate all unnecessary personnel; contain the area if possible. Wear skin, eye, and respiratory
protection and equipment. Ventilate the area.
Environmental Precautions: Containment should include preventing the spill from entering drains, sewers, waterways,
groundwater, or soil.
Clean Up Procedures/Neutralization: Soak up material with absorbent and shovel into chemical waste container. Loosely
cover container and remove from work area. Decontaminate waste and spill area with a solution of 0.2 – 0.5% liquid
detergent and 3 – 8% concentrated ammonium hydroxide in water (5 – 10% sodium bicarbonate may be substituted for
ammonium hydroxide). Use 10 parts of solution for each part of the spill and allow to react for at least 10 minutes. Allow
loosely covered container to stand for several days before disposing in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local
regulations.
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling: Use only in a well ventilated area with certified respiratory protection or with a power air purifying respirator
(PAPR). Wear protective glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves, and clothing that protects from dermal exposure. Contents are
under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate.
Storage: Store in a dry place. Ideal storage temperature for disposable kits is 60F to 80F (15.5C to 26.6C). Store
refillable tanks at 75F to 85F (24C to 29C). Storage at less than ideal temperatures can cause delays in production until
the product is warmed/cooled to temperature. Do not expose the tanks/kits to open flame or temperatures above 120°F
(49°C). Excessive heat can cause premature aging of components resulting in a shorter shelf life. Protect unused product
from freezing. Storage below 55F (12.7C) may affect foam quality if chemicals are not warmed to room temperature before
using. Protect containers from physical abuse. Always store containers upright. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
Read all product instructions before using.
Exposure Guidelines
4,4’ – Diphenylmethane
Diisocyanate (MDI)
OSHA
ACGIH
.020 ppm ceiling
.005 ppm TWA
1,1,1,2 - Tetrafluoroethane
WEEL
1,000 ppm
.200 mg/m3 ceiling
.051 mg/m3 TWA
4,240 mg
(None of the components in this product are listed by IARC, NTP, OSHA or ACGIH as a carcinogen).
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory Protection: Use products only in a well ventilated area. If atmospheric levels are expected to exceed the
exposure levels, use a NIOSH approved air purifying respirator equipped with an organic vapor cartridge and a particulate
filter. If atmospheric levels exceed 10 times the TLV or PEL level for which an air-purifying respirator is effective, use a
powered air purifying respirator (PAPR). The type of respiratory protection selected must comply with the requirements set
forth in OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard (29 CFR 1910.134).
Hand Protection: Use chemically resistant gloves (ie Nitrile gloves). Nitrile/butadiene rubber, Butyl Rubber, polyethylene,
PVC (vinyl), or neoprene gloves are also effective. Glove selection should take into account potential body reactions to
certain materials and manufacturer’s instructions for use.
Eye Protection: Use safety glasses or goggles. An eye wash station or portable eye wash bottle should be in the area.
Skin Protection: Avoid contact with skin. Use clothing that protects against dermal exposure.
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Medical Surveillance: Users whom have a history of adult asthma should be excluded from work with isocyanates. Some
users can become sensitized to isocyanates. Once a user has become sensitized, no further exposure should be permitted.
Skin or respiratory allergies should also be taken into account when using isocyanates.
General Hygiene: Do not eat, drink, or smoke while handling this product. Always use in a well ventilated area. Wash after
handling. Do not breathe vapors. Avoid contact with skin and hands.
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance:
Odor:
pH:
Melting/Freezing Point:
Boiling Point:
Flash Point:
Specific Gravity:
Solubility:
Partition Coefficient N-octanol/water:
Auto-ignition Temperature:
Decomposition Temperature:
Odor Threshold:
Evaporation Rate:
Flammability:
Flammability Limits:
Vapor Pressure:
Vapor Density:
Amber to dark brown liquid. Froths to an off white to yellowish color when released from
the container. (Note: Appearance may differ with the introduction of a dye/colorant.
Slight Musty odor
Not available
Not available
1,1,1,2 - Tetrafluoroethane (Non-Flammable Compressed Gas, HFC Fluorocarbon 134a)
boils at -15F (-26C).
MDI boils at 406F (208C).
1,1,1,2 - Tetrafluoroethane (HFC 134a); none. MDI; 390F (199C).
Approximately 1.2 (H2O = 1) at 25°C
Water: Insoluble reacts slowly with water to liberating traces of CO2.
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Not available
Non flammable propellant
Not available
Contents under pressure have vapor pressure greater than 50 psig/345 kPa. For MDI
liquid less than 10 mm Hg at 77F (25C).
Not available
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Stability: This product is considered stable under normal and anticipated storage and handling conditions. Do not store
above 120F (49C). For longest shelf life, avoid storage above 90F (32.2C).
Materials to Avoid: Alcohols, strong bases or amines, metal compounds, ammonia, strong oxidizers. Avoid contamination
with water.
Conditions to Avoid: Avoid moisture. Material reacts slowly with water, releasing CO2 . High temperatures will raise the
pressure in the containers, which may lead to rupturing. Product use is temperature sensitive. Avoid temperatures below
40°F (5°C) or temperatures above 95°F (35°C).
Thermal Decomposition: Toxic decomposition by-products, including Carbon monoxide, Carbon dioxide, Nitrogen oxides,
Isocyanates, Hydrogen fluoride and traces of Hydrogen cyanide can be released in instances of fire.
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Acute Toxicity
Inhalation: LC50 490 mg/m³ (4h, rat)
Ingestion: LD50 >5,000 mg/kg (rat, male/female)
Skin: LD50 >5,000 mg/kg (rabbit)
Sensitization
Skin: (rabbit, slightly irritating)
Eye: (rabbit, slightly irritating)
Repeated Dose Toxicity: 2 yrs, Inhalation, NOAEL .19, (rat, male/female, 6hrs/day, 5days/week) Irritation to lungs and
nasal cavity
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Chronic Toxicity/ Carcinogenicity: 6.3 mg/m (high level of exposure, 2years, 6hrs/day, 5days/week) Lung tumors
observed.
Developmental Toxicity: rat, female, 6hrs/day, 12 mg/m³, days 6-15 (gestation period); 4 mg/m³ (maternal/fetotoxicity)
Genetic Toxicity In vitro: Inconclusive, In vitro studies were negative/positive, salmonella typimurium
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Ecological Data for Polymeric MDI:
Biodegradation: Expected to have a short half-life
Bioaccumulation: Oncorhynchus mykiss (rainbow trout), 112 day exposure, <1 BCF. Does not bioaccumulate.
Acute Toxicity to Fish: LC0: >1000mg/l brachydanio rerio (zebra fish), 96 hour exposure
Acute Toxicity to Aquatic Invertebrates: EC50: >1000 mg/l Daphnia magna (water flea), 24h
Toxicity to Microorganisms: EC50: >100 mg/l, activated sludge, 3h
Ecological Data for MDI
Acute Toxicity to Fish: LC50: >500mg/l brachydanio rerio (zebra fish), 24h
Acute Toxicity to Aquatic Invertebrates: EC50: >500 mg/l Daphnia magna (water flea), 24h
Ecological Data for 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane
Accumulation in aquatic organisms is unlikely
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Disposable Cylinders:
1. DO NOT INCINERATE TANKS
2. After tanks are empty, the hose must be removed and the tanks must be vented. CAUTION: Tanks will still be under
pressure. Turn valves to the off position before removing the hoses. Safety glasses or goggles, nitrile gloves, clothing that
protects against dermal exposure, and a certified respirator must be worn during this procedure. With tank inverted, slowly
open tank valve, point tank away from face and allow pressure to completely vent. CAUTION: Empty tank could contain
potential vapor toxicity hazard. Dispose Cylinders in a well ventilated area with certified respiratory protection.
3. DISPOSE OF EMPTY CYLINDERS ACCORDING TO APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE, PROVINCIAL AND
LOCAL REGULATIONS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL WASTE DISPOSAL SERVICE FOR GUIDANCE.
Refillable Tanks:
THESE TANKS ARE RETURNABLE.
The tanks are shipped back to Fomo Products, Inc to be cleaned, refilled, and redistributed. Return instructions are included in
the collar of the refill tanks.
14. TRANSPORTATION
Shipping Information
Containers Less Than 1000 cu. cm. (1 liter)
Containers Greater Than 1000 cu. cm. (1 liter)
Ground
DOT
Consumer Commodity ORM-D (On Shipper
Carton)
Consumer Commodity Two-Component
A-Component (On Shipping Document)
UN1956 Compressed Gas n.o.s. (Fluorocarbon) 2.2
(Non-Flammable Gas Label)
Air
IATA
UN1950 Aerosols, Non-Flammable 2.2
(Non-flammable Gas Label)
LIMITED QUANTITY
Packing Instruction (Cargo & Passenger) 203
UN1956 Compressed Gas n.o.s. (Fluorocarbon) 2.2
(Non-flammable Gas Label)
Packing Instruction (Cargo & Passenger) 200
Water
IMDG
UN1950 Aerosols, Non-Flammable 2.2
LIMITED QUANTITY
UN1956 Compressed Gas n.o.s. (Fluorocarbon) 2.2
(Non-flammable Gas Label)
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Note
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Emergency Response Guide Numbers - Consumer Commodity # 171. For Aerosols and Compressed Gas # 126.
15. REGULATORY
OSHA Hazcom Standard Rating:
Hazardous
WHMIS Classification:
A
D2A
D2B
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)/Domestic Substances List (DSL):
All ingredients are listed on the TSCA inventory, as well as the Canadian Domestic Substances List.
SARA Title III: Section 311/312:
Acute Health Hazard, Chronic Health Hazard, Sudden Release of Pressure Hazard
SARA Title III: Section 313
Contains Diphenylmethane Diisocyanate (CAS #101-68-8) and Diphenylmethane Diisocyante, Isomers and homologues (CAS #9016-879) which are subject to the reporting requirements of SARA Title III. Applicability must be determined by end user.
State Right-To Know Information: Massachusetts, New Jersey or Pennsylvania Right to Know Substance Lists:
Chemical Name (common names)
CAS Number
Percentage
Diphenylmethane Diisocyanate
101-68-8
5% to 10 %
California Proposition 65:
Based on information currently available, this product is not known to contain detectable amounts of any chemicals currently listed under
California Proposition 65.
16. OTHER
NFPA:
HMIS III:
Health Hazard 2; Flammability 1; Reactivity 1
Health 2 ⃰; Flammability 1; Physical Hazard 1
⃰ =chronic health hazard
The information and recommendations set forth herein are presented in good faith and believed to be correct as of the date hereof. The
manufacturer makes no representations as to the completeness or accuracy thereof. Information is supplied upon the condition that the
persons receiving it will make their own determination as to its suitability for their purposes prior to use. In no event will the
manufacturer be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance upon information. No
representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, of merchantability or fitness for a particular use are made hereunder with
respect to this information or the product to which information refers.
Information contained herein is deemed to be reliable, conservative and accurate. Fomo Products, Inc. reserves the right to change the
design, specifications or any other features at any time and without notice, while otherwise maintaining regulatory compliance.
LAST REVISION: October 2010-7
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