Flotation Gea Inflator Cartridge

SKU: 4220004589240 | Model: AS6011, TYPE 3

Specifications from the Manufacturer

For Use With/On:
Life preserver units lpu-5/p and lpu 6/p; divers life support system; aircraft, hercules c-130; safeguard class ars; helicopter, super jolly h-53; aircraft, starlifter c-141; aircraft, stratolifter c-135; aircraft, galaxy c-5; sturgeon class ssn (637)
Special Features:
Ref af to. 14s-1-102,fig 9-23

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NSN 4220-00-458-9240 Datasheet

Supply Class:

4220 MARINE LIFESAVING AND DIVING EQUIPMENT

Cross Reference:

  • AS6011, TYPE 3
  • 82122
  • 82122Z
  • 237S
  • MIL-C-601
  • LP-316 16GRAM

Cage Codes:

  • 81343
  • 2W134
  • 2W134
  • 34009
  • 81349
  • D9182

Replaced or Cancelled:

4220-00-458-9240 replaces the national stock number 4220-01-228-1100
4220-00-458-9240 replaces the national stock number 4220-01-379-2222

Identification:

NIIN: 004589240
NSN: 4220004589240
DEMIL Code: A
DEMIL Code Meaning: Non-usml/non-ccli - no demil or dod tsc required. department of commerce may impose licensing requirements to certain destinations.
ADPE: 0 (Represents items with no adp components)
CRITL: F
ENAC:
ESD:
HMIC: Y
PMIC: A

Freight Codes:

NMF Desc: Gases/mixture Noi O/t Poison
NMFC: 085880
UFC: 45580
LTL: 70.0
LCL: 70.0
WCC: Cylinders, compressed gas, filled or empty
TCC: Nonflammable compressed gas, un class 2 (nonflammable gas label; except: (1) oxygen which requires an oxidizer label, and (2) fl
SHC: Moderate sensitivity, category iii, aa&e, unclassified
ADC: Shipment is not a consolidation and does not exceed 84 inches in any dimension.
ACC: Trailers, vehicles, machinery, shop and warehouse equipment and supplies including special tools and equipment, ground servicing
ASH: Hazardous material (not required hand-to-hand receipt) including all regulated items other than special weapons and their compon

Management Codes:

CTL: 9B----- (MOE: DN), SF9MH-V (MOE: DF)
SOS: SMS
AAC: Dod integrated materiel-managed, stocked, and issued issue, transfer, or shipment is not subject to specialized controls other than those imposed by the integrated materiel manager/service supply policy. 1. the item is centrally managed, stocked,
CIIC:
RC:
QUP: M
UI: EA
SLC: 0

Schedule B & Trade:

2853000065
Inorganic compounds, liquid air, compressed air, amalgams, except amalgams of precious metals, nesoi

Questions & Answers:

What are the historical prices recorded for this stock number?
No pre-dated pricing for this NSN could be found.
What NATO entities are users of this NSN?
Poland, Spain, Singapore, Australia, Korea, Republic Of, Turkey, Namsa (user), and United States
How is national stock number 4220-00-458-9240 defined?
A cylinder with a puncturable cap designed to hold a pressurized gas. it is used as a quick-inflating device for life preservers, vests, and the like.
Does this item require Demilitarization?
Non-usml/non-ccli - no demil or dod tsc required. department of commerce may impose licensing requirements to certain destinations. (note 9).
Is this item ITAR controlled?
No. This item is not ITAR Controlled.
When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?
Dec 22, 1969
last modified: 05/23/2018
MSDS

Material Safety

MSDS BNZRW CARBON DIOXIDE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: inhalation: asphyxiation by displacing
oxygen, symptoms of exposure depend on the degree & duration of
oxygen deficiency.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none
effects of overexposure: inhalation: asphyxiation by displacing oxygen,
symptoms of exposure depend on the degree & duration of oxygen
deficiency.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. If breathing is difficult,
give oxygen. Administer artificial respiration if not breathing.

seek med attn.

Chemical Properties

Boiling pt: b.p. Text: -109.3f
vapor pres: 1
vapor density: 1.5
appearance and odor: colorless gas w/no odor (at high concentrations an
acidic taste)

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
alkaline materdials/sodium peroxide/aluminaum/ magnesium & reactive
metals.

hazardous decomposition products: co, carbonates, bicarbonates

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: remove scrap solid snow or dry ice, take leaking
cylinder outdoors/place it into a hood w/good forced ventilation.

allow gas to be discharged. Defective cylinder should be tagged to
indicate a defect. close valve/return defective cylinder to
supplier
disclaimer (provided with this information by the compiling agencies):
this information is formulated for use by elements of the department
of defense. the united states of america in no manner whatsoever,
expressly or implied, warrants this information to be accurate and
disclaims all liability for its use. any person utilizing this
document should seek competent professional advice to verify and
assume responsibility for the suitability of this information to their
particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: carbon dioxide
cas: 124-38-9
rtecs #: ff6400000
fraction by wt: >99.5%
other rec limits: 10000 ppm
osha pel: 5000 ppm
acgih tlv: 5000ppm/30000stel;93

MSDS BVZFW LPU-5/P AND LPU 6/P(LIFE PRESERVERS);CARBON DIOXIDE

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: tlv is 5000ppm twa
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: carbon dioxide is an asphyxiant. High
concentrations can produce paralysis of the respiratory control
center of the nervous system. 2-3% will increase respiration. >4%
produces labored breathing and i s dangerous for even a few
minutes. >12% causes rapid unconsciousness and death.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none of the ingredients in this product
is listed by ntp, iarc or osha as a carcinogen.

effects of overexposure: faint "acidic" taste, headache, dizziness,
shortness of breath, muscular weakness, drowsiness, and ringing of
the ears.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: personnel with pre-existing chronic
respiratory diseases or heart disorder should refrain from
breathing excessive carbon dioxide. Recovery is usually rapid from
short term overexposure.

First Aid

First aid: first aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. Give oxygen/cpr
if needed. Rescue personnel should wear self-contained breathing
apparatus wiht full face mask.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: g3
boiling pt: b.p. Text: 129f,54c
vapor pres: 3852
vapor density: 1997
spec gravity: 1.98
solubility in water: appreciable
appearance and odor: cartridge,inflator.gas;colorless;slightly pungent
odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 100

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: high heat above 240f, open flames and
other sources of ignition
hazardous decomposition products: in the presence of an electrical
discharge, carbon dioxide is decomposed to form carbon monoxide and
oxygen.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: contact your local environmental officer.

manufacturer recommends venting slowly to atmosphere with adequate
ventilations. Dispose of in accordance with all federal, state and
local regulations.

disclaimer (provided with this information by the compiling agencies):
this information is formulated for use by elements of the department
of defense. the united states of america in no manner whatsoever,
expressly or implied, warrants this information to be accurate and
disclaims all liability for its use. any person utilizing this
document should seek competent professional advice to verify and
assume responsibility for the suitability of this information to their
particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: carbon dioxide
cas: 124-38-9
rtecs #: ff6400000
other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: 5000 ppm
acgih tlv: 5000ppm/30000stel;94

MSDS BXWLM CARBON DIOXIDE,GAS

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: tlv is 5000 ppm.

routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: target organs: lungs, heart, cns, eyes,
skin. Acute- contact with liquid can cause skin frostbite. Gas may
cause eye irritation. Asphyxiant. Inhalation may cause respiratory
acidosis. High concentratio ns may cause rapid circulatory
insufficiency leading to death. Ingestion of liquid may damage
mouth, lips. Chronic- unk.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none
effects of overexposure: eye or skin frostbite and freeze burns,
headache, drowsiness, dizziness, stinging of the eyes, nose and
throat, excitation, rapid breathing and heart rate, excess
salivation, shortness of breath, musc ular weakness, ringing in the
ear, unconsciousness, coma, nausea, vomiting, watery eyes
(formation of weak cabonic acid)
medical cond aggravated by exposure: personnel with pre-existing chronic
respiratory diseases or heart disorders should refrain from
breathing excessive carbon dioxide.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. Provide cpr/oxygen if needed.

eyes: immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes. See an
ophthalmologist, urgently. Skin: flush with warm water (not to
exceed 107 f). Prompt medical attention is mandatory in all cases
of overexposure to co2. Rescue personnel should be equipped with
self contained breathing apparatus. Oral: treat symptomatically.

call physician.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: g3
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
boiling pt: b.p. Text: -109f subli
decomp temp: decomp text: 3092f,1700c
vapor pres: 44255
vapor density: 1.65
spec gravity: 1.52
ph: acidic
viscosity: not relevant
evaporation rate & reference: not relevant
solubility in water: very soluble
appearance and odor: colorless, odorless gas (shipped as a liquefied
gas)
percent volatiles by volume: 100

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
reactive metals (magnesium, aluminum), moist cesium oxide, sodium
peroxide + reactive metals
stability condition to avoid: excessive heat
hazardous decomposition products: can decompose to carbon monoxide and
oxygen above 3092f (1700c).

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: slowly release into atmosphere outdoors if
permitted. Disposal should be in compliance with all local, state
and federal regulations. Return residual or unused products in
shipping containers properly labeled with caps and valves secured
to airco.

disclaimer (provided with this information by the compiling agencies):
this information is formulated for use by elements of the department
of defense. the united states of america in no manner whatsoever,
expressly or implied, warrants this information to be accurate and
disclaims all liability for its use. any person utilizing this
document should seek competent professional advice to verify and
assume responsibility for the suitability of this information to their
particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: carbon dioxide
cas: 124-38-9
rtecs #: ff6400000
fraction by wt: 100%
other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: 5000 ppm
acgih tlv: 5000ppm/30000stel;95

MSDS CBQKB CARBON DIOXIDE, GAS

Hazards


ld50 lc50 mixture: none specified by manufacturer.

route of entry inds - inhalation: yes
skin: no
ingestion: no
carcinogenicity inds - ntp: no
iarc: no
osha: no
effects of exposure: simple asphyxiant. Poisoning may affect heart, respiratory
and nervous systems. Skin contact with liquified gas may cause frostbite.

exposure of eye to high concentrations of gas may cause irritation. if
liquid is swallowed, frostbite to mouth & mucous membranes may occur.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none of the ingredients in this product is
listed by ntp, iarc or osha as a carcinogen.

signs and symptions of overexposure: inhaled-faint "acidic" taste, headache,
dizziness, shortness of breath, muscular weakness, drowsiness, and ringing of
the ears. Skin (liquid contact)-pain, hard/white skin, blisters.

eyes-irritation. stinging. Ingested (liquid contact)-burns to lips, mouth.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: none specified by manufacturer.

first aid: eyes-flush with water for 15 minutes. Get immediate medical
attention. Skin-if frostbite, warm affected skin in warm water or warm towel.

get immediate medical attention. Inhaled-remove to fresh air. administer
oxygen or artificial respiration as needed. Maintain airway. Get immediate
medical attention. Ingested-treat symptomatically and get medical attention.

Chemical Properties


hcc: g3
b.p. Text: 109f,43c
m.p/f.p text: -71f,-57c
decomp text: unknown
vapor pres: 43700
vapor density: 1.5
spec gravity: 1.52
ph: <7
viscosity: unknown
evaporation rate & reference: none specified by mfr.

solubility in water: appreciable
appearance and odor: cartridge, inflator containing colorless gas.

corrosion rate: unknown

HAZCOM Label


product id: carbon dioxide, gas
cage: 2w134
company name: leland ltd inc
street: 2614 s clinton ave
city: south plainfield nj
zipcode: 07080
health emergency phone: 800-424-9300 chemtrec
label required ind: y
date of label review: 08/21/1996
status code: c
label date: 08/21/1996
origination code: f
signal word: caution
health hazard: slight
contact hazard: slight
fire hazard: none

Transportation

=======================================================
responsible party cage: 2w134
trans id no: 72572
product id: carbon dioxide, gas
msds prepared date: 12/09/1994
review date: 08/21/1996
mfn: 1
af mmac code: nr
multiple kit number: 0
review ind: y
unit of issue: ea
container qty: a

Reactivity

Hazard and precautions: simple asphyxiant. Poisoning may affect heart,
respiratory and nervous systems. Skin contact with liquified gas may cause
frostbite. Exposure of eye to high concentrations of gas may cause
irritation. if liquid is swallowed, frostbite to mouth & mucous
membranes may occur. First aid: eyes-flush with water for 15 minutes. Get
immediate medical attention. Skin-if frostbite, warm affected skin in war m
water or warm towel. Get immediate medical attention. Inhaled-remove to
freshair. Administer oxygen or artificial respiration as needed. Maintain
airway. Get immediate medical attention. Ingested-tr eat symptomatically and
get medical attention.

Proper Disposal


spill release procedures: remove personnel. Ventilate area. Wear self-
contained breathing apparatus. Move leaking container outdoors if without
risk. Slowly release into atmoshphere. Return defective cylinder to supplier.

tes t area for oxygen before allowing re-entry.

neutralizing agent: none specified by manufacturer.

waste disposal methods: contact your local environmental officer. Recommend
venting slowly to atmosphere with adequate ventilations. Dispose of in
accordance with all federal, state and local regulations.

handling and storage precautions: store iaw 29 cfr 1910.101. Do not permit
physical damage to cylinder. Contents under pressure; cylinders may rupture
and travel far.

other precautions: contact of liquified gases with water may cause explosions
due to rapid temperature flucuations. Never work on a pressurized system. If
there is a leak, close the cylinder valve, blow down system by v enting to a
safe place, then repair leak

MSDS CLBQP CARBON DIOXIDE GAS

Hazards


route of entry inds - inhalation: yes
skin: yes
ingestion: no
carcinogenicity inds - ntp: no
iarc: no
osha: no
effects of exposure: inhalation: high concentrations induce asphxia. Skin: as
gas escapes, cylinder freezes.

signs and symptions of overexposure: drowsiness, skin burns, or redness
medical cond aggravated by exposure: none
first aid: ventilate with air or oxygen.

Chemical Properties


hcc: g3
boiling point: =53.9c, 129.f
vapor pres: 745 psig
vapor density: 1997(air=1
spec gravity: 1.98
solubility in water: 180 g/cc
appearance and odor: colorless gas; slightly pungent odor.

HAZCOM Label


product id: carbon dioxide gas
cage: 2w134
company name: leland ltd inc
street: 2614 s clinton ave
city: south plainfield nj
zipcode: 07080
health emergency phone: 800-535-5053
label required ind: y
date of label review: 04/12/2001
status code: a
label date: 04/12/2001
origination code: f
eye protection ind: yes
skin protection ind: yes
signal word: warning
respiratory protection ind: no
health hazard: moderate
contact hazard: moderate
fire hazard: none

Transportation

=======================================================
responsible party cage: 2w134
trans id no: 156612
product id: carbon dioxide gas
msds prepared date: 02/28/1991
review date: 04/12/2001
mfn: 2
multiple kit number: 0
unit of issue: ea
container qty: a
additional data: transportation data based on assumption that product is
cylinder of co2 gas for inflation of emergen cy flotation gear.

Reactivity

Hazard and precautions: inhalation: high concentrations induce asphxia. Skin:
as gas escapes, cylinder freezes.

Proper Disposal


spill release procedures: ventilate area- stay clear of cylinders if accidental
release occurs.

waste disposal methods: release out of doors. No residue will remain.

handling and storage precautions: store cool- below 140f.

other precautions: cylinder temperature will decrease as a release occurs
causing freeze burns if cylinder is touched (dry ice).