Crest Hi-Viscosity Silicone Spray

Crest Hi-Viscosity Silicone Spray
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
AEROSOL LUBRICANTS & PENETRANTS
10/12/05
PRODUCTS COVERED: AB-S, AC-G, AG-R, AG-W, AR-4, AR-B, AR-T, AS-H, AT-L
SECTION I MANUFACTURER
Crest Industries, Inc., 1337 King Road, Trenton, MI 48183 Phone: (734) 479-4141 FAX: (734) 479-4040
24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE (CHEMTEL): (800) 255-3924 INTERNATIONAL CALLS: (813) 248-0585
Stock
Number
AB-S
AC-G
AG-R
AG-W
AR-4
AR-B
AR-T
SECTION II PRODUCTS
Numbers of Ingredients HMIS RATING
Product Name on Label
in Products
H F R
Red Battery Terminal Protector
1, 11, 18, 20, 34, 36
3* 3 0
Clear Cheetah Grease
1, 9, 11, 18, 27, 28, 30
3* 4 0
Red Lube
1, 2, 5, 25, 37
3* 1 0
White Lithium Grease
8, 14, 17, 31, 37, 38
3* 3 0
Rustek Plus 4
12, 13, 16, 32, 36
3 3 0
Rustek Penetrant Lubricant
4, 7, 31, 35
2 4 0
RusTerminator Cyberlube
Penetrant 5, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24
3 2 0
AS-H
Hi-Viscosity Silicone Spray
1, 10, 29, 31
2 4 0
AT-L
Dry Lubricant
3, 10, 26, 30, 31, 33
2 4 0
*Chronic health effects may occur from ingredients 11, 37. See NOTES in SECTION VI.
SECTION III HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Ingredients
1. Acetone
2. Antimony Metal Salt
3. Butane (or n-Butane)
4. Calcium Dinonylnaphthalene Sulfonate
5. Carbon Dioxide
6. Cyclohexane
7. Heavy Aliphatic Naphtha
8. Heavy Naphthenic
Petroleum Oil
9. Heavy Paraffinic
Petroleum Distillate
10. Heptane (or n-Heptane)
11. Hexane (or n-Hexane)**
12. Hydrotreated Kerosene
13. Hydrotreated, Severe,
Lt. Naphthenic Distillate
14. Isobutane
15. Isohexane Isomers
16. Kerosene
17. Light Petroleum Distillate
18. Liquid (or Liquefied)
Petroleum Gas
19. Medium Aromatic
Hydrocarbons
20. Metalworking Fluid Additive
21. 2-Methoxymethylethoxypropanol
22. Methyl Acetate
23. Mineral Spirits 140-Flash
24. Naphthalene
25. Paraffin Oil
26. Pentane
27. Petrolatum
28. Petroleum Oil
29. Polydimethylsiloxane
30. Polytetrafluoroethylene
(PTFE)
31. Propane
32. Propane/Isobutane/
n-Butane
33. 2-Propanol
34. Severely Hydrotreated
Mineral Oil
35. Solvent-Dewaxed
Heavy Paraffinic
Petroleum Distillate
Mineral Oil
36. Stoddard Solvent
37. Tetrachloroethylene**
38. Zinc Oxide
CAS Number
67-64-1
Unknown
106-97-8
Exposure Limits*
in ppm (parts
per million)
750 A, O
0.5 mg/m3 A, O
1000 A, 800 N
57855-77-3
NE
124-38-9 5000 A,10000 O
110-82-7 300 A, O
68551-20-2 5 mg/m3 A mist
64742-52-5
5 mg/m3 A mist
Flash
Vapor PresPoint
sure (mm Hg
°F
°C at 20°C)
-4 -20
185
-NANA
<-40
>1500
>200 >93
<0.01
None
>45000
-7 -22
95
>200 >93
<0.01
Appearance and Odor
Red liquid, strong solvent
Clear liquid, strong solvent
Red liquid, strong solvent
White paste, mild solvent
Amber liquid, mild solvent
Gray liquid, mild solvent
Solubility
% in Water
10
24
20
<1
<1
<1
Volatile
Volume%
60 to 70
75 to 85
50 to 60
50 to 60
40 to 50
15 to 25
Yellow liquid, strong solvent
Clear liquid, strong solvent
Cloudy liquid, mild solvent
30
35
<3
65 to 70
95 to 98
95 to 99
Evap. Rate
(n-Butyl
Acetate=1)
7.7
NA
114
Boiling
Point
°F °C
132 56
-NA31
-1
Flammable
Limits in %
Lower Upper
2.6 12.8
-NA1.8 8.4
Autoignition Pt.
°F
°C
869 465
-NA860 460
<0.01
NA
6.1
<0.1
1120 605
-108 -78
177 81
Unknown
Unknown
-NA1.3 8.3
Unknown
Unknown
None
473 245
Unknown
>200 >93
<0.01
<0.1
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
5 mg/m A mist
400 A, 500 O
50 A, 500 O**
100 mg/m3 N
>200 >93
25 4
-7 -22
148 64
<0.01
45
140
0.4
<0.1
4.5
8.1
Unknown
Unknown
201 94
156 69
350 177
Unknown
1.2 6.7
1.2 7.4
1.0 8.0
Unknown
433 223
437 225
Unknown
64742-52-5 5 mg/m3 A mist
75-28-5 1000 A, 800 N
107-83-5 500 A, O
8008-20-6 100 mg/m3 N
64742-89-8 400 E
>200 >93
<-40
-32 -36
148 64
<20 <-7
<0.01
>1500
<200
0.4
60
<0.1
>114
16.2
Unknown
3.9
Unknown
11 -12
140 60
350 177
206 97
Unknown
1.8 8.4
1.0 7.0
1.0 8.0
1.2 6.8
Unknown
860 460
507 264
Unknown
536 280
>164
-45
2.1
9.5
842 450
64742-65-0
142-82-5
110-54-3
64742-47-8
3
68476-86-8 1000 A, O
3
<-40
64742-94-5
(Mixture)
5 mg/m A mist
100 A, O
>200 >93
>200 >93
34590-94-8
79-20-9
64742-88-7
91-20-3
8012-95-1
109-66-0
8009-03-8
64742-52-5
63148-62-9
100 (Skin) A, O
200 A, O
100 A, O
10 A, O
5 mg/m3 A mist
600 A, 1000 O
5 mg/m3 A mist
5 mg/m3 A mist
5 mg/m3 A mist
>200
4
140
189
>200
-57
>200
>200
>200
>93
-15
60
87
>93
-49
>93
>93
>93
>760
-43
0.12
<0.01
<0.1
<0.01
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
0.4
180
0.5
<1
<0.01
425
<0.01
<0.01
<1
<0.1
6.2
<0.01
<1
<0.01
>10
<0.1
<0.1
<0.1
Unknown
132 56
355 179
424 218
Unknown
97 36
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
3.1 16.0
1.4 6.8
0.9 5.9
Unknown
1.4 7.8
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
934 501
Unknown
979 526
Unknown
496 258
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
NA
>114
-NA-44 -42
-NA2.1 9.5
-NA919 493
>164
1.7
-45
180
-43
82
2.1 9.5
2.0 12.0
842 450
750 399
9002-84-0
NE
74-98-6 1000 A, O
-NA<-40
NA
>1500
68476-86-8 1000 A, O
67-63-0 400 A, O
<-40
53 12
>760
31
5 mg/m3 A mist
>200 >93
<0.01
<0.1
Unknown
Unknown
Unknown
64742-65-0 5 mg/m3 A mist
8052-41-3 100 A, 500 O
127-18-4
50 A, 25 O**
1314-13-2 10 mg/m3 A,
10 (5 Respirable
Dust Fraction) O
>200 >93
104 40
None
-NA-
<0.01
3
13
NA
<0.1
0.2
2.1
NA
Unknown
318 159
250 121
-NA-
Unknown
0.7 6.0
None
-NA-
Unknown
>394 >201
None
-NA-
64742-52-5
*A means ACGIH TLV, N means NIOSH, O means OSHA PEL. Other abbreviations: > means greater than, < means less than, Lt. Means Light,
NA means Not Applicable, NE means Not Established. **See NOTES in SECTION VI.
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SECTION IV PHYSICAL DATA
Pressure of Can Contents: Maximum pressure less than 140 PSI
GAUGE @ 130°F (54°C). Evaporation Rate: See SECTIONS II, III.
Vapor Density: Heavier than air. Solubility in Water (Wt%): See SECTION II. Volatile Volume %: See SECTION II.
Approximate Boiling Point: See SECTIONS II, III.
Product Density (water=1): Less than 1 (AGR and AGW are greater
than 1). Ingredients (except 2, 37, 38): Less than 1.
Appearance and Odor: See SECTION II.
SECTION V FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
Flash Point (Tag Closed Cup Method): See SECTIONS II, III.
Approximate Flammable Limits: See SECTIONS II, III.
Autoignition Temperature: See SECTIONS II, III.
Extinguishing Media: Foam, carbon dioxide, dry chemical.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Full protective equipment, including
self-contained breathing apparatus, is recommended because highly toxic
gasses may be generated by combustion or thermal decomposition. Water from fog nozzles may be used to cool closed containers to prevent
pressure build up (containers may leak or burst when heated).
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: Vapors are heavier than air and
may travel along the ground or be moved by ventilation and ignited by
pilot lights, other flames, sparks, heaters, electric motors, smoking or
other ignition sources at locations far from material handling point. At elevated temperatures [130°F (54°C) or over] containers may vent, rupture
or burst.
SECTION VI HEALTH HAZARD DATA
PRIMARY ROUTES OF EXPOSURE: Inhalation, Skin contact, Eye contact.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:
INHALATION:
Acute Exposure: Solvent vapors at concentrations above the TLV can
irritate the respiratory tract (nose, throat, lungs) causing a burning sensation, runny nose, sore throat, coughing, chest discomfort (tightness). May
cause central nervous system depression with the following progressive
symptoms: headache, dizziness, nausea, staggering gait, confusion, unconsciousness, cessation of breathing and death. NOTE: Do not smoke
while using Dry Lube (AT-L). Wash hands thoroughly before smoking.
Heating particles of 30. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) (contained
in AT-L) in burning tobacco will result in fumes which, when inhaled with
the tobacco smoke, can cause a temporary influenza-like condition called
polymer fume fever.
Chronic Exposure: Reports have associated repeated and prolonged
occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous
system damage. Symptoms include: loss of memory, loss of intellectual
ability and loss of coordination. NOTE: Prolonged and/or repeated
overexposure to 11. Hexane (n-Hexane) that is contained in AB-S
and AC-G may cause Peripheral Neuropathy (damage to nerve tissue of
the arms or legs) resulting in muscular weakness and loss of sensation in
some or all of the following: fingers, hands, arms, toes, feet or legs.
NOTE: INTENTIONAL MISUSE BY DELIBERATELY CONCENTRATING AND INHALING ANY SOLVENT VAPORS MAY BE HARMFUL OR
FATAL.
SKIN CONTACT:
Acute Exposure: Repeated or prolonged skin contact with solvents
can result in dry, defatted and cracked skin causing increased susceptibility to infection. Skin irritation may develop into contact dermatitis.
Chronic Exposure: Exposure to small amounts of solvent over long
periods of time may cause some or all of the symptoms as in acute exposure to solvents.
EYE CONTACT:
Acute Exposure: Irritation of the eyes with itching, burning, redness
and even permanent tissue damage if sprayed directly into the eyes and
not flushed out immediately.
Chronic Exposure: Irritation of the eyes with itching, burning, redness.
INGESTION:
Acute Exposure: (Not likely unless deliberately sprayed into mouth.)
Irritation to the mouth, and if swallowed, to the esophagus, stomach tissue and digestive tract. If swallowed, vomiting may cause breathing of
liquid solvent resulting in chemical pneumonia.
Chronic Exposure: Unknown.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE: (See
NOTES) None specifically known to Crest Industries, Inc. but it is possible that eye, respiratory tract, skin, liver, kidney, blood cell formation, nervous system and brain diseases may be aggravated by overexposure to
the products on this MSDS.
CARCINOGENICITY: Products not listed by NTP, IARC or OSHA.
NOTE: 37. Tetrachloroethylene (contained in AG-R and AG-W) has
been designated a carcinogen by OSHA. Risk to health depends on
level and duration of exposure. Be especially careful to minimize
breathing the solvent vapors from AG-R and AG-W. Use products outdoors, if possible. If you must use indoors, open all windows and doors or
use other means to assure fresh air movement during application and
drying. If properly used, a respirator (NIOSH/MSHA TC23C or equivalent)
may offer additional protection. Get professional advice for respirator use.
A dust mask does not provide protection against vapors! Clean up
rags and other waste immediately and allow solvent vapors to evaporate
outdoors. DO NOT use in basement or other unventilated area!
SECTION VII EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID
PROCEDURES
INHALATION: Move to an area free from risk of further exposure. Administer oxygen or artificial respiration as needed. Obtain medical attention.
SKIN CONTACT: Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Wash
affected areas thoroughly with soap and water. Wash contaminated clothing thoroughly before reuse. Seek medical attention if irritation develops
or persists.
EYE CONTACT: Flush with clean, lukewarm water (low pressure) for at
least 15 minutes while lifting eyelids. Refer person to physician for immediate attention.
INGESTION: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING! Consult physician, hospital
emergency room or poison control center immediately. Have list of ingredients available.
NOTES TO PHYSICIAN:
Inhalation: Treat as for solvent vapor inhalation. Bronchodilators, expectorants and antitussives may help.
Skin: Treat as any contact dermatitis.
Eyes: May cause conjunctivitis. Stain for evidence of corneal injury.
Ingestion: Treat as for solvent ingestion. Inducing vomiting is contraindicated because of the possibility of chemical pneumonia caused by aspiration of solvent liquid.
SECTION VIII EMPLOYEE RECOMMENDATIONS
VENTILATION AND RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: If exhaust ventilation sufficient to keep the airborne concentrations of solvents and propellants below their respective TLV's is not possible, an OSHA/MSHA approved TC23C Paint Spray Respirator with Particulate Prefilter or TC19C
Air Supplied Respirator must be used. Observe OSHA regulations (29
CFR 1910.134) for respirator use.
NOTE: THERE MUST ALWAYS BE ENOUGH VENTILATION
TO KEEP VAPOR CONCENTRATION BELOW THE LOWER
FLAMMABLE LIMIT!
SKIN PROTECTION: Cover as much of the skin as possible with appropriate clothing. Wear solvent resistant gloves.
EYE PROTECTION: Desirable during use of aerosol products. Wear
safety glasses, splash goggles or face shield. Contact lenses should not
be worn.
OTHER PROTECTIVE MEASURES: Eyewash stations should be
available. Educate and train employees in safe use of products. Follow all
label instructions.
SECTION IX REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY: Stable under normal room conditions.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
INCOMPATIBILITY (Materials to Avoid): Strong oxidizers.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: By high heat and fire:
carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon fumes, smoke. AG-R and
AG-W will also give off hydrogen chloride, chlorine, phosgene and chlorinated hydrocarbon vapors.
SECTION X SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR
SPILLED: Put on protective equipment including respiratory protection.
Prevent further spillage. Evacuate nonessential personnel. Remove all
sources of ignition and ventilate the area. Keep spill from reaching sewers
and waterways. Cover the spill with sawdust, vermiculite, Fuller's Earth or
other absorbent material. Collect material with non-sparking tools and put
in a tightly sealed container. Remove container to a safe place.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: Follow all federal, state and local environmental control regulations. Incineration is the preferred method. DO
NOT PUT AEROSOL CONTAINERS IN A HOME TRASH COMPACTOR! DO NOT INCINERATE (OR BURN) AEROSOL CONTAINERS
EVEN WHEN EMPTY! Containers may become pressurized and burst
even if they will not spray. Containers must be handled with care due to
toxic and/or flammable and pressure producing residue.
RCRA STATUS: Since these products are ignitable and toxic they are
hazardous when discarded.
SECTION XI SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS &
STORAGE DATA
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
MINIMUM / MAXIMUM: 50°F (10°C) / 120°F (49°C)
RECOMMENDED SHELF LIFE: One year
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PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING, STORAGE AND USE:
Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame. Do not store in temperatures above 120°F (49°C) or in direct sunlight. Do not inhale vapors or
spray mist. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Wash hands after use and
before eating, drinking, smoking or using the toilet.
Employee education and training in the safe use and handling of these
materials are required under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard
(29 CFR 1910.1200).
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN
SECTION XII ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) REGULATORY INFORMATION
The following percentage table is to be used to meet Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regulations:
1. 40 CFR Part 370 Emergency and Hazardous Chemical Inventory Forms and Community Right-to-Know Reporting Requirements.
2. Title III Section 313 Toxic Chemical Release Reporting Requirements. Note: All the chemicals listed must be considered for 1. above. Only the
ones marked with an asterisk (*) fall under 2. The numbers in the following tables are good for all shipments until further notice.Note: This page is
legally required to be sent with the previous two pages of this MSDS.
HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS IN AEROSOL LUBRICANTS & PENETRANTS APPROXIMATE PERCENTAGES BY WEIGHT
Ingredients
CAS Number ABS ACG AGR AGW AR4 ARB ART ASH ATL
1. Acetone
67-64-1
10
24
20
35
*2. Antimony Metal Salt
Unknown
01
3. Butane (or n-Butane)
106-97-8
31
4. Calcium Dinonylnaphthalene Sulfonate
57855-77-3
01
5. Carbon Dioxide
124-38-9
02
03
*6. Cyclohexane
110-82-7
7. Heavy Aliphatic Naphtha
68551-20-2
75
8. Heavy Naphthenic Petroleum Oil
64742-52-5
26
9. Heavy Paraffinic Petroleum Distillate
64742-65-0
13
10. Heptane (or n-Heptane)
142-82-5
45
16
*11. Hexane (or n-Hexane)**
110-54-3
30
23
12. Hydrotreated Kerosene
64742-47-8
20
13. Hydrotreated, Severe, Lt. Naphthenic Distillate
64742-52-5
20
14. Isobutane (Methylpropane)
75-28-5
07
15. Isohexane Isomers
107-83-5
16. Kerosene
8008-20-6
25
17. Light Petroleum Distillate
64742-89-8
06
18. Liquid (or Liquefied) Petroleum Gas
68476-86-8
15
24
19. Medium Aromatic Hydrocarbons
64742-94-5
46
20. Metalworking Fluid Additive
(Mixture)
05
21. 2-Methoxymethylethoxypropanol
34590-94-8
06
22. Methyl Acetate
79-20-9
24
23. Mineral Spirits 140-Flash
64742-88-7
17
*24. Naphthalene
91-20-3
04
25. Paraffin Oil
8012-95-1
28
26. Pentane
109-66-0
34
27. Petrolatum
8009-03-8
07
28. Petroleum Oil
64742-52-5
03
29. Poly (dimethylsilioxane)
63148-62-9
05
30. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
9002-84-0
01
03
31. Propane
74-98-6
08
10
15
14
32. Propane/Isobutane/n-Butane
68476-86-8
20
33. 2-Propanol
67-63-0
02
34. Severely Hydrotreated Mineral Oil
64742-52-5
40
35. Solvent-Dewaxed Heavy Paraffinic
Petroleum Distillate Mineral Oil
64742-65-0
12
36. Stoddard Solvent
8052-41-3
05
15
*37. Tetrachloroethylene (Perchloroethylene)
127-18-4
49
48
38. Zinc Oxide
1314-13-2
02
Physical Hazard-Fire
60
71
20
21
80
10
24
95
97
Physical Hazard-Pressure Release
15
24
02
15
20
10
03
15
45
Health Hazard-Acute
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Health Hazard-Chronic
30
23
49
48
Physical Hazard-Reactivity
NONE OF THE AEROSOL LUBRICANTS HAVE THIS HAZARD.
Aerosol Level
3
3
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
Ingredients
CAS Number ABS ACG AGR AGW AR4 ARB ART ASH ATL
SECTION XIII VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND (V.O.C.) CONTENT OF
AEROSOL LUBRICANTS ACCORDING TO THE FEDERAL EPA
Stock Number
ABS ACG AGR AGW
AR4 ARB
ART ASH
ATL
Percent by Weight
49.3
48.0
0
22.0
48.8
85.3
50.0 60.0
98.7
Pounds per Gallon
3.00
2.82
0
1.81
3.12
5.52
3.61 3.49
5.01
Grams per Liter
359
338
0
216
373
661
4.33
418
600
Pounds per Can
0.362 0.39
0
0.179 0.374 0.667 0.375 0.384 0.62
SECTION XIV CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS
According to the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act (PROPOSITION 65) "No person in the course of doing business shall
knowingly and intentionally expose any individual to a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive toxicity
without first giving clear and reasonable warning to such individuals of such an exposure". The following warnings apply:
Tetrachloroethylene containing products (AG-R and AG-W):
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
SECTION XV OZONE DEPLETION IN THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE
None of the products on this MSDS contain Upper Atmosphere ozone depleting substances.
DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this MSDS is believed to be accurate and reliable as of the date indicated.
Crest Industries, Inc. assumes no legal responsibility and makes no representation, warranty or guarantee, expressed or
implied, as to the completeness or accuracy of the information. It is offered solely for your consideration, investigation and
verification. The user is ultimately responsible for the safe use of the material in accordance with applicable federal, state,
provincial and local laws and regulations.
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