MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Section I: General Information

L&L COATINGS CORPORATION

5102 SANTA FE ROAD

TAMPA, FLORIDA 33619

(813) 248-3704 or (813) 248-6723

DATE: JUNE 1996

MSDS CODE

SUPPLIER (IF OTHER THAN MANUFACTURER)

CHEMICAL DESCRIPTION: ACRYLIC ELASTOMER

PRODUCT USE: Elastomer adhesive for weather and waterproofing.

PRODUCT NAME(S) AS USED ON LABEL: #163 PRIMER/SEALER

 

SECTION II: HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS

HAZARDOUS COMPONENT

CAS NUMBER

NA/UN NUMBER

APPROX. WEIGHT %

LD50 or LC50 (species/route)

Tetrachloroisophthalonitrile

01897-45-6

Non-reg.

.277

LD50 10mg./kg. (rat/oral)

SECTION III: PHYSICAL DATA

BOILING POINT (F):

Greater than 212 F

FREEZE POINT (F)

Not determined

PH

7

VAPOR PRESSURE (mmHg.)

Not available

% VOLATILE (by VOL.)

54.98%

SPECIFIC GRAVITY

1.1

VAPOR DENSITY

Not Available

EVAPORATION RATE

Slower than H20

SOLUBILITY IN WATER

Not Determined

ODOR THRESHOLD (ppm)

Not determined

PHYSICAL STATE

Liquid

OIL/WATER COEFFICIENT

Not determined

APPEARANCE AND ODOR: Milky fluid with faint ammonia odor

 

SECTION IV: FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA

FLASH POINT (METHOD): Not applicable (water based system)

AUTO-IGNIT. TEMP.: Not applicable

LEL: Not applicable

UEL: Not applicable

SENSITIVE TO MECHANICAL IMPACT? No

TO STATIC DISCHARGE? No

FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION

Product is not flammable

CONDITIONS OF FLAMMABILITY

Product is not flammable

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA

Product will not burn until most of water content has evaporated. If fire should occur after water evaporation, use water spray, carbon dioxide, dry chemical, alcohol type or universal type foams.

SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES

None known

UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS

Sealed product may burst open if involved in a fire due to pressure build up of steam in a closed container

HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS

None known

 

SECTION V: REACTIVITY DATA

STABLE?

YES XX

CONDITIONS OF REACTIVITY: None known

CONDITIONS OF CHEMICAL INSTABILITY: None known

INCOMPATABILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): None known

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:

If fire should occur after water evaporation, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen and/or trace amounts of hydrochloric acid may evolve.

POLYMERIZATION?

NO XX

CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH PRODUCT WILL POLYMERIZE

None known

 

SECTION VI: TOXICOLOGICAL/HEALTH HAZARD DATA

ROUTES OF ENTRY

SKIN CONTACT? YES

SKIN ABSORPTION? YES

EYE CONTACT? YES

INHALATION? YES

INGESTION? YES

EXPOSURE LIMITS

Tetrachloroisophthalonitrile

ACHGIH

none available

OSHA

none available

EFFECTS OF ACUTE EXPOSURE

Vapor may be irritating to eyes, skin, mucous membrane, respiratory tract. Direct eye contact may cause eye irritation. No evidence of adverse effect if swallowed.

EFFECTS OF CHRONIC EXPOSURE

Prolonged skin contact may cause temporary reddening of skin

SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE

Inhalation: headache and nausea in poorly ventilated areas. Eye contact: stinging, redness, and tearing of eyes. Skin contact: temporary reddening of exposed areas. Swallowing: none known

MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE

Respiratory symptoms associated with pre-existing lung disease including (but not limited to) asthma, allergies, bronchitis or emphysema. Proglonged or frequent skin contact may aggravate pre-existing skin conditions such as dermatitis.

NAME OF TOXICOLOGICALLY SYNERGISTIC PRODUCTS: None known

IRRITANCY OF PRODUCT: Not determined

REPRODUCTIVE TOXIN?

NO

TERATOGEN?

NO

MUTAGEN?

NO

SENSITIZER?

NO

CARCINOGENICITY DATA: The NTP has classified tetrachloroisophthalonitrile as a carcinogen.

 

SECTION VII: PREVENTATIVE MEASURES

GLOVES (SPECIFY): Water impervious gloves during manual handling of products

EYES (SPECIFY): Safety glasses with side-shields or tight fitting goggles

FOOTWEAR (SPECIFY): Steel reinforced shoes when handling 5 gallon pails, drums or pallets

CLOTHING (SPECIFY): Long sleeves, buttoned collar, long pants extended over shoes or coveralls.

RESPIRATOR (SPECIFY)

Up to 100 MG/M3: 3M Dust/Mist Mask #380, any air supplied respirator: or self-contained breathing apparatus.

Up to 250 MG/M3: Any supplied air respirator operated in a continuous flow mode or any powered air purifying respirator with a dust/mist/fume filter.

Up to 500 MG/M3: High efficiency particulate filter with full face piece; any powered air supplied respirator with a tight-fitting face piece and a high efficiency particulate filter; any self contained breathing apparatus with a full face piece; any supplied air respirator with a full face piece.

Up to 750 MG/M3: Any air supplied respirator with a full face piece and operated in a pressure demand or other positive pressure mode

EMERGENCY or ENTRY INTO UNKNOWN CONCENTRATIONS: Self contained breathing apparatus with full face piece and operated in pressure demand mode or air supplied respirator with full face piece operated in a pressure demand or other positive pressure mode in combination with auxiliary self contained breathing apparatus operated in pressure demand or positive pressure mode

ESCAPE: Any air purifying full face piece respirator with high efficiency particulate filter or any appropriate escape type self contained apparatus

SPECIFIC ENGINEERING CONTROLS TO BE USED WITH THIS PRODUCT (SPECIFY)

Local and general ventilation in accordance with goo engineering practices should be provided to maintain airborne concentrations of vapor and spray below permissible exposure levels (PELs) specified in Section VI.

PROCEEDURES TO FOLLOW IN CASE OF LEAK OR SPILL

Prevent spilled materials from entering sewers, storm drains, and natural waterways. If possible, reclaim material for reuse. Otherwise, collect spill with an absorbent material into a D.O.T. approved container for disposal in an appropriate manner.

WASTE DISPOSAL PROCEDURES: Dispose in accordance with local, state and federal regulations

HANDLING PROCEDURES AND EQUIPMENT

Keep container closed when not in use. Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid breathing spray or vapors. In accordance with good hygiene practices, the consumption of food or beverages should be avoided in the area where product is being used. After handling product, always wash hands and face thoroughly with soap and water, especially before eating and drinking.

STORAGE REQUIREMENTS

Suitable for any general chemical storage area. Store above 40F to keep from freezing. Do not stack five gallon pails more than three (3) high

D.O.T. SHIP NAME : Non-regulated

D.O.T. CLASS: Non-regulated

SPECIAL SHIPPING INFORMATION: Keep from freezing

 

SECTION VIII: FIRST AID PROCEDURES

INHALATION:

No emergency care is anticipated. However, if breathing becomes difficult, remove from exposure area to fresh air immediately. If breathing has stopped give artificial respiration. Keep affected person warm and at rest. Give oxygen if respiration is shallow and get immediate medical attention.

EYE CONTACT:

Do not rub eyes. Wash eyes under slowly running water for at least 15 minutes, making sure eyelids are held wide open and moved slowly in every direction. Ensure no solid particles remain in creases of eyelids. If so, continue to wash. If irritation persists, consult an ophthalmologist.

SKIN CONTACT:

Remove from source of irritation. Remove contaminated clothing and wash affected area thoroughly with a mild soap and water. Wash contaminated clothing before reusing. If irritation persists, consult a physician.

INGESTION:

If large amounts are swallowed and person is conscious, induce vomiting to prevent further absorption. Seek immediate medical attention.

 

SECTION IX: PREPARATION INFORMATION

PREPARED BY: T. O. Linville

PHONE: (813)248-6723

DATE PREPARED: June 1996

SOURCES USED:

ACGIH 92; RTECS January 1993; Sax -8th Ed.; Ind. Exposure & Control Techn. For OSHA Regulated Substances, March, 1989; NIOSH Occupational Health Guide for Chemical Substances - Vol. I & II.