Effects of overexposure: asbestos dust is known human carcinogen.Also
cough,short of breath,weakness,cyanosis,etc.
First aid: skin: consult doctor for dermatitis.Eyes: flush with water
followed by treatments of ophthalmologist.Inhalation: consult
physician at once.
appearance and odor: asbestos fibers in bound form in friction lining.
Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
hazardous decomposition products: none known
Waste disposal methods: place in sealed plastic bag container.Ultimate
disposal must comply with all local,state & federal regulations.
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Ingred name: asbestos (amianthus, obsolete amosite), (for osha pel, see
rtecs #: ci6475000
osha pel: 0.2 fibers/cc
acgih tlv: 0.5 fibers/cc; a1;89
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb