MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

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

Revised: 02/14/11

HMIS Health-1 Flammibility-3 Reactivity 0

SECTION I-Product Information

Manufacturer: A.V.W. Inc.                      

24 Hour Emergency Phone Number: 800-424-9300

Product Name: Blow Off Rubber Rejuvenator

 

SECTION II-Hazardous Ingredients

Xylene                                                   CAS#         95-47-6                               TWA        100        % 25-30

Methanol                                               CAS#         67-56-1                               TWA        200            0.1- 3

Mineral Spirit                                        CAS#     8052-41-3                               TWA        200             5-10

Acetone                                                 CAS#         67-64-1                               TWA      1000                1-5

Isopropanol                                          CAS#          6763-0                                TWA        400             25-30

Propane                                                 CAS#         74-98-6                               TWA      1000             18-23

Butane                                                   CAS#       106-97-8                               TWA         800            12-17

 

SECTION III-Physical Data

Boiling Point:                                        188 F

Specific Gravity                                    (H20=1)=.86

Solubility in Water:                              .0%

Appearance:                                         Colorless liquid with penetrating ether like odor.

 

SECTION IV-Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point:                                           98 F Extremely Fammable Level 3 Aerosol

Extinguishing Media:                          Water, CO2, Foam, Dry Chemical

Special Fire Fighting Procedures:      Do not expose containers to temperatures above 120 F.

Unusual Fire and Explosion:              Forms flammable vapor air mixtures. Lower temperatures increase the difficulty of getting it to ignite.

 

SECTION V-Health Hazard and First Aid

Time Weighted Average (TWA):     100 ppm based in the raw material.

Carcinogen:                                           No

Acute Chronic Health Effects:           Excessive exposure may cause irritation to upper respiratory tract. Excessive exposure may cause carboxyhemoglobinemia, thereby impairing the bloods ability to transport oxygen.

Primary Routes of Entry:                     X Inhalation                          X Skin                    X Ingestion

Effects of Overexposure:                    Eyes- May cause pain, moderate eye irritation and slight corneal injury. Vapors may irritate eyes.

                                                                Skin- May cause irritation. Repeated contact may cause drying or flaking of the skin.

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

                                                                Ingestion- May be harmful.

First Aid:

                                                                Eyes- Flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists get medical attention.

                                                                Skin- Wash with soap and water.

                                                                Inhalation- Move to fresh air. Get medical attention.

                                                                Ingestion- Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately.

 

SECTION VI-Reactivity Data

Stability:                                                Stable X

Conditions to Avoid:                          Hydrolysis producing small amounts of hydrochloric acid possible with gross water contamination. Avoid open flames, welding arcs, or other high temperature sources, which induce thermal decomposition.

Incompatibility:                                    Strong oxidizers; caustics, chemically active metals such as aluminum, magnesium and sodium.

 

SECTION VII-Spill or Leak Procedures

Steps to take in case material is spilled or released: Use absorbent material and trash receptacle. Waste disposal method Federal and Local regulations.

 

SECTION VIII-Special Protection Information

Respiratory Protection:                       Adequate ventilation

Gloves (type):                                       Chemical resistant

Eye Protection:                                     Glasses (if required)

Other Protective Equipment:              None

 

SECTION IX-Special Precautions

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