Chemical Name          (A)      (B)    (C)       (D)  (E)
Color Pigment        Mixture    10%  3.5 mg/m3   NE   NE
Calcium Carbonate    1317-65-3  10%  15 mg/m3    NE   NE
Dibutyl Phthalate    84-74-2     5%  5.0 mg/m3   NE   NE
Glycol Ether Solvent 112-34-5    5%  NE          NE   NE
Chemical Name          (F)               (G)
Color Pigment        Not Available      No/No
Calcium Carbonate    Not Available      No/No
Dibutyl Phthalate    Not Available      No/Yes,1,2
Glycol Ether Solvent Not Available      No/No,1,2,3
Color Pigment Mixture may contain Iron Oxides, Titanium
Dioxide, Carbon Black, and other particulates not other-
wise regulated in varying amounts, depending on color
of product.
HMIS/NFPA CLASSIFICATION: Health=1   Flammability=1
    Reactivity=0   Personal Protection Code=G
    NFPA Fire Fighting Phase=4


Milky white liquid

Boiling Point:

212 deg. F

Evaporation Rate:

Less than 1

Vapor Density:

Less than 1

Weight per Gallon:

8.54 lbs.

Vapor Pressure:

Greater than 1

Percent Volatile by Volume:

75 - 76 percent


Stable under normal storage conditions

Hazardous Polymerization:

Will not occur under normal conditions

Hazardous Decomposition Products:

Carbon monoxide and unidentified organic compounds. Consider all smoke and fumes from burning material as very hazardous. Welding, cutting, or abrasive grinding can create smoke and fumes. Do not breathe.

Conditions to Avoid:

Heat, sparks, and open flames.


Avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents.

Flammability Classification:

Flash Point - 248 deg. F (120 c) (Setaflash)
LEL - 1000.00% UEL: -1.0%

OSHA - Combustible Liquid Class IIIA

DOT - Not regulated

Extinguishing media:

Dry Chemical Foam, Carbon Dioxide, Water Fog.

Unusual Fire and Explosions Hazard:

This is a water based product. However, it does contain small amounts of volatile organic compounds (see section 2). Vapors are heavier than air and will accumulate. Vapors will form explosive concentrations with air. Vap Vapors travel long distances and will flashback.

Special Fire Fighting Procedures:

Evacuate hazard area of unprotected personnel. Use a NIOSH approved self-contained breathing unit and complete body protection. Cool surrounding containers with water in case of fire exposure.

Respiratory Protection:

Use only with ventilation to keep levels below exposure guidelines (section 2). User should test and monitor exposure levels to insure all personnel are below guidelines. If not sure or if not able to monitor use (OSHA) approved air-purifying respirator.


Use explosion-proof ventilation when required to keep below health exposure guidelines and Lower Explosion Limit (LEL).

Skin & Eye Protection:

Recommend impervious gloves, clothing and safety glasses with side shields or chemical goggles to avoid skin and eye contact. If material penetrates to skin, change gloves and clothing.

Hygenic Practices:

Wash with soap and water before eating, drinking, or using toilet facilities. Use of a hand cleaner is recommended. Launder contaminated clothing before reuse. Leather shoes can absorb and pass through hazardous materials. Check shoes carefully after soaking before reuse.

Effects of Exposure:

Inhalation - Harmful if inhaled, may affect the brain or nervous system, causing dizziness, headache, or nausea. May cause nose and throat irritation.

Contact - May cause eye irritation. May cause skin irritation.

Notice - Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanet brain and nervous system damage.

Medical Conditions Prone to Aggravation by Exposure - If you have a condition that could be aggravated by exposure to dust or organic vapors, see a physician prior to use.

Primary Route(s) of Entry - Inhalation, dermal, ingestion.

Emergency and First Aid Procedures:

Inhalation - Move subject to fresh air. Provide oxygen if breathing is difficult. Use artificial respiration if not breathing. Get medical attention.

Eye and Skin Contact - Flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes. Wash affected skin areas with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and clean before reuse.

Ingestion - DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING!! Always get medical attention.

Steps to be Taken In Case Material Is Released or Spilled:

Elliminate all ignition sources. Handling equipment must be grounded to prevent sparking. Evacuate the area of unprotected personnel. Follow safe handling and use guidelines in SECTION 6. Contain and soak up residual with an absorbent (clay or sand). Take up absorbent material and seal tightly for proper disposal. Dispose of in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Refer to Section II for SARA Title III and CERCLA information.

Precautions to be Taken In Handling and Storage:

Keep away from heat, sparks, open flame, and strong oxidizing agents. Keep containers closed. Store in cool, dry place with adequate ventilation. If pouring or transferring materilas, ground all containers and tools.

Other Precautions:

Do not weld, heat, cut or drill on full or empty containers.

The information contained in this MSDS is believed to be correct but may not be all inclusive, and is intended only as a guide to using the product. ACE Coating Co. is not liable for any loss and/or damage to person or property or loss of use of property resulting from the use of this product, including but not limited to, loss or damage from the handling of, exposure to or contact with the product.

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