None known at a hazardous level

Boiling Range:

200-225 deg. F

Evaporation Rate:

Slower than ether

Vapor Density:

Heavier than air

Percent Volatile by Volume:

under 10

Flammability Classification:

Flash Point - Not Established

Extinguishing media:

Foam, Alcohol Foam, CO2, Dry Chemical, Water Fog.

Unusual Fire and Explosions Hazard:

Extinguishing media above is recommended on dried films of this material that is burning. This material is noncombustible but dried films are capable of burning and supporting combustion when in contact with open flames.

Special Firefighting Procedures:

Observe recommended procedures in handling fire areas. Wear appropriate fire fighting equipment including a self-contained breathing apparatus.

Effects of Over Exposure:

Vapor odors may cause irritation in the upper and lower respiratory tracts, nausea, headaches, and dizziness.
Eye contact can cause irritation, redness, and tearing.
Skin contact can cause minor irritation.
Ingestion can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and gastrointestinal irritation.

Medical Conditions Prone to Aggravation by Exposure:

Overexposure to vapors can produce headaches, dizziness and nausea.

Primary Route(s) of Entry:

Inhalation and ingestion

Emergency and First Aid Procedures:

If affected by vapors, move person to fresh air. Apply artificial respiration to person who loses consciousness and call a doctor immediately. Treat eye and skin contact by thoroughly washing with clean water. If irritation persists see a doctor immediately. If material is ingested and the person is conscious, give two glasses of water to drink and call a doctor immediately.

Respiratory Protection:

Wear approved organic vapor respirator unless ventilation equipment is adequate to keep airborne concentrations below the exposure standards.


General mechanical ventilation may be sufficient to keep product vapor concentrations below specified TLV ranges. If inadequate, use local exhaust.

Protective Gloves:

Use impermeable solvent resistant gloves to protect from skin contact.

Eye Protection:

Use safety goggles, chemical safety glasses and or face shields to protect eyes.

Other Protective Equipment:

Impermeable aprons and protective clothing are advised when working with this product. The use of head caps are recommended whenever possible.

Hygienic Practices:

Eye washes and safety showers in the workplace are recommended.



Hazardous Polymerization:

Will not occur. Hazardous polymerization information is not established.

Hazardous Decomposition Products:

burning can produce carbon dioxide and or carbon monoxide.

Conditions to Avoid:

Avoid temperatures below 40 deg. F. Keep from freezing

Incompatibility (materials to avoid):

Avoid materials that react with water, also strong acids and alkalies.

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

Dike and absorb spilled material with inert absorbent material such as sand, earth, and saw dust. Use rags to clean up small amounts of spilled material.

Waste Disposal Methods:

Collect material contaminated absorbent and rags into a disposable container and dispose of in accordance to local, state, and federal regulations. Consult with your local hazardous waste regulations regarding landfill dumping.

Precautions to be Taken In Handling and Storage:

Keep containers closed when not in use. Do not store or handle near heat, flames and strong oxidants. Store in cool well ventilated area. Rotate stock, use older materials first. Inspect for leaks in all containers.

Other Precautions:

Do not store in freezing areas. Keep above 40 deg. F. Keep out of reach of children.

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