Essentially Similar to U.S. Department of Labor Form OSHA

Revised: 02/14/11

HMIS Health-1 Flammability-0 Reactivity-1

SECTION I-Product Information

Manufacturer: A.V.W. Inc.                    

 24 Hour Emergency Phone Number: 800-424-9300

Product Name: Blow Off Freeze Spray


SECTION II-Hazardous Ingredients

Tetrafluoroethane                                                CAS#     811-97-2 TWA 1000             %100


SECTION III-Physical Data

Boiling Point:                                        -15.7 F

Specific Gravity:                                   (H2O=1)=1.21

Vapor Pressure (psi):                           70 a 77 F

Solubility in Water:                              15

Appearance:                                         Gas at atmospheric pressure.


SECTION IV-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point:                                           None

Extinguishing Media:                          Water, CO2, Foam, Dry Chemical

Special Fire Fighting Procedures:      Use SCBA- as needed to avoid breathing toxic decomposition products or to avoid suffocation.

Unusual Fire and Explosion:              Do not expose containers to temperatures above 120 F.N


SECTION V-Health Hazard and First Aid

Time Weighted Average (TWA):     1000 ppm

Carcinogen:                                           No

Acute Chronic Health Effects:           Excessive exposure may cause loss of coordination, asphyxiation. Contact with liquid can cause eye or skin frostbite.

Primary Routes of Entry:                     X Inhalation                          X Skin                    X Ingestion

Effects of Overexposure:                    Eyes- May cause frostbite. Vapors can irritate eyes.

                                                                Skin- May cause irritation, even a burn. Repeated contact may cause drying or flaking of the skin.

                                                                Inhalation- In confined or poorly ventilated areas, vapors may readily accumulate and cause unconsciousness and death.

                                                                Ingestion- Becomes a gas at atmospheric pressure.

First Aid:                                              

                                                                Eyes- Flush with luke warm water. Get medical attention immediately.

                                                                Skin- Treat as frostbite. Wash with luke warm water. Consult a physician.

                                                                Inhalation- Vapor reduces oxygen available for breathing and is heavier than air.

                                                                Ingestion- Becomes a gas at atmospheric pressure.


SECTION VI-Reactivity Data

Stability:                                                Unstable                                Stable X

Conditions to Avoid:                          High temperatures and ignition sources.

Incompatibility:                                    Strong oxidants, alkali, and its earth metals.


SECTION VII-Spill or Leak Procedures

Steps to take in case material is released or spilled: Any spill will immediately dissipate into the atmosphere. Waste disposal method

Federal and Local regulations.


SECTION VIII-Special Protection Information

Respiratory Protection:                       Adequate ventilation.

Gloves (type):                                       Chemical goggles

Eye Protection:                                     Face shield

Other Protective Equipment:              Wear as protection against liquid contact if potential for splash exist. Gloves or clothing should be impervious to liquid.


SECTION IX-Special Precautions

Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Read and follow all label directions. Do not store containers at temperatures over 120 F.