|Solicitation||Return by Date||Buyer Code||Quantity|
Y - Indicates information is in the hazardous materials information resource system (hmirs).PMIC
A - Item does not contain precious metal.CRITL
- The item does not have a nuclear hardened feature or any other critical feature such as tolerance, fit restriction or application.
056640 - Dental goods noi
531 - Dental goods (not requiring temperature control)
9 - Other or no special handling required (sh)
A - Shipment is not a consolidation and does not exceed 84 inches in any dimension.
J - 100.0
M - Medical supplies, equipment, samples, records, etc.
Z - No special type of cargo code applicable
Questions & Answers:
|What are the historical prices recorded for this stock number?|
|Historical data shows pricing from $106.31 to $177.19..|
|Does NSN 6520-01-320-6505 have a shelf life?|
|No. There is no shelf life applicable for this NSN.|
|What NATO entities are users of this NSN?|
|Department Of The Army, Department Of The Air Force, and Department Of The Navy|
|What is the NIIN of NSN 6520-01-320-6505?|
|013206505 or 01-320-6505|
|Does NSN 6520-01-320-6505 require demilitarization?|
|Yes - ITAR Controlled|
|What is the most recent solicitation for NSN 6520-01-320-6505?|
|Solicitation SPE2DH19T6039 for qty 1 on 09/03/2019|
|When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?|
|May 30, 1990|
Ld50 lc50 mixture: ld50 (oral, rat) is not known.
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: eyes, skin, respiratory
& gi tracts. Acute- eye: discomfort if sprayed into eyes.
skin: excessive exposure may cause frostbite. Inhale: isobutane may
displace oxygen in air causing headache , suffocation,
unconsciousness, death. Oral: ingestion of normal quantities are
non-toxic. Chronic- unknown.
explanation of carcinogenicity: none
effects of overexposure: irritation, discomfort, tearing, blurring of
vision, coughing, drowsiness, confusion, headache, dizziness,
unconsciousness, death, frostbite
medical cond aggravated by exposure: individuals with pre-existing
diseases of the eye, skin, respiratory tract may have increased
susceptibility to the toxicity of excessive exposures.
First aid: get medical attention if symptoms persist. Eyes: immediately
flush with warm water for 15 minutes. Call physician.
inhaled: remove to fresh air. Provide oxygen/cpr if needed.
skin: treat for possible fro stbite using warm water (105f), then
flush skin with plenty of water. Oral: unlikely to occur.
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
viscosity: not relevant
evaporation rate & reference: not relevant
solubility in water: none
appearance and odor: red powder with odor of propellant (isobutane)
Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
stability condition to avoid: high temperatures (above 130f), direct
hazardous decomposition products: may form carbon monoxide, carbon
Waste disposal methods: dispose of in accordance with all local, state
and federal regulations. Do not puncture or incinerate containers.
contract with a licensed facility capable of handling aerosols.
used and completely em pty containers may be disposed of in
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
Ingred name: isobutane
rtecs #: tz4300000
other rec limits: none recommended
ingred name: non-hazardous ingredients
other rec limits: none recommended