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Technical Ethylene Glycol

NSN: 6810-00-006-4205 | Model: 51100EE
Description

Technical ethylene glycol nsn 6810000064205.

NSN Properties and Flags
NATO Stock Number
6810-00-006-4205
DEMIL
NO
Physical Form
Liquid
Quantity Within Each Unit Package
1.000 gallons
Composition and Percentage
up to100.0 by volume ethylene glycol

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  • New Surplus: 1

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NSN 6810-00-006-4205 Datasheet

Supply Class (FSC):
Chemicals
Cross Reference:
  • 51100EE
  • ASTM E1119
Cage Codes:
  • Military Specifications (CAGE 81349)
  • American Society For Testing and (CAGE 81346)
Replacements:
  • 6810-00-006-4205 replaces 6810-00-865-2055
Schedule B & Trade:
  • Schedule B: 2905310000 (NAICS 325199)

    Ethylene glycol (ethanediol)

  • SITC: 51221

    Ethylene glycol (ethanediol)

  • End Use: 12540

    Chemicals-organic

Identification:
HMIC

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.

Freight Information:
  • NMFC:

    044620 - Glycols etc

  • WCC:

    635 - Chemicals, other than drugs or sundries

  • SHC:

    9 - Other or no special handling required (sh)

  • ADC:

    A - Shipment is not a consolidation and does not exceed 84 inches in any dimension.

  • ACC:

    C - Chemical corps items and all other chemicals not covered in other classificatons. note: when an item has a chemical proper shipp

  • LTL:

    R - 65.0

  • TCC:

    V - Miscellaneous hazardous materials, un class 9 (no label)

NSN Management Codes:
  • SOS
    Sms
  • AAC
    H
  • Quantity per pack
    No qup
  • Unit of Measure
    Gl
  • Shelf Life
    N/A
  • Classification Control
    U
  • MGMT_CTL
    R2200x-
  • Repariability
    This is a nonreparable item. if condemned or economically unserviceable, then dispose at the level authorized replace the item.

Questions & Answers:

What are the historical prices recorded for this stock number?
Historical data shows pricing from $78.69 to $131.15..
Does NSN 6810-00-006-4205 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, U.s. Marine Corps, Department Of The Navy, Federal Aviation Administration, U.s. Coast Guard, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Poland, Brazil, Spain, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Belgium, Canada, New Zealand, Germany, Republic Of Korea, Portugal, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Greece, and Turkey
What is the NIIN of NSN 6810-00-006-4205?
000064205 or 00-006-4205
Does NSN 6810-00-006-4205 require demilitarization?
Yes - ITAR Controlled
What is the most recent solicitation for NSN 6810-00-006-4205?
No solicitations for this NSN.
When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?
Jun 23, 1972
MSDS

Material Safety

MSDS BCVBG ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: eye/skin: irritation. Vapors: drunkness,cns
depression,narcosis.

First Aid

First aid: eye: flush with water 15 minutes,consult physician. Skin:
wash with soap & water,remove contaminated clothing. Inhalation:
remove from exposure,give artif resp if needed, consult physician.

ingestion: induce vomiting,get medical attention.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: n1
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 387f/197c
vapor pres: 0.3
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: viscous hygroscopic colorless liquid,mild odor.

percent volatiles by volume: nil

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizing agents.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide & carbon dioxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: salvage or dispose in accordance with
local,state and federal 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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BCVBH ETHYLENE GLYCOL-FIBER GRADE;SHELL CODE32454

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: eyes: severe eye irritation;skin: mildly
irritating;inhal: irritating to lungs,cns depression,kidney da

First Aid

First aid: inhal: fresh air,rest,half upright position,get medical
attention. Skn: remove contd clthg,rinse skn w/plty of h*2o & get
medical attention eyes: rinse w/plty of h*2o,see dr. Ingest: rinse
mouth,give plt y of h*2o to drink & get medical attention.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
boiling pt: =197.2c, 387.F
vapor pres: .06
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.1
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: colorless, slightly viscous liquid,mild odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
keep away from strong oxidizing agents.

stability condition to avoid: none specified by the mfgr
hazardous decomposition products: co upon incomplete combustion

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: reclaim;remove to a waste facility operating in
compliance with state & 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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BCVBJ ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: irratating to skin & eyes.If swallowed,will
cause loss of consciousness,drunkenness,coma.

First Aid

First aid: inhal: rmv to fresh air. If not brthng give cpr; if brthng
diff give oxygen. Eye: immed flush w/plenty of water. Skin: wash
w/soap&water. Rmv contam clthg&shoes. Ingest: induce vomit. Rpt
until vomit is c lear. Nothg by mouth if unconsc. Get medical attn.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.8c, 388.F
vapor pres: 0
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.1155
evaporation rate & reference: relat.Non-volatile
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: colorless liquid;mild odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 0

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizing materials
stability condition to avoid: will ignite in air at 775f.

hazardous decomposition products: thermal decomposition or burning
produces co &/or co*2.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: spray into a furnace.Incineration will become
easier by mixing with a more flammable solvent-this should be done
only where permitted under appropriate federal, state & 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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BCVBK ETHYLENE GLYCOL,

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: inh: dizz,head,pulmonary edema;ing: causes
vomit,head,low bld pr;eyes/skin: minor/severe irritation.

First Aid

First aid: inhal: rmv to fresh air.Give cpr/oxygen if breathing is
difficult.Get md;ingest: immed induce vomit by giving 2 gl of
water.Nothing by mouth if unconscious.Get md immed;skin/eyes: flush
immed w/lg qty h* 2o for 15 min.Rmv contmntd clothes.Get med attn.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =192.8c, 379.F
vapor pres: .05
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.1135
evaporation rate & reference: 1.0(ccl*4=1)
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: colorless liqid.Odorless

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizers,corrosive matl;oleum,h*2so*4,hcl*4,etc.

stability condition to avoid: ignition & moisture sources.

hazardous decomposition products: oxides of nitrogen & carbon when
ignited in air.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: whatever cannot be saved for reclamation may be
disposd as haz waste in a rcra apprvd waste disposal facility or
mix with a more flammable solvent and atomize in an approved
incineration.Ensure compli ance w/local,,state, & federal
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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: >99%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BCVBL AMSCO SOLV 5660

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: may irritae eye & skin on prolonged
contact,irritate respiratory tract,cns depression.See suppl data

First Aid

First aid: inhale: remove to fresh air, give cpr/o*2 if
need;eyes/skin: flush w lg amts h*2o for 15 min;ingest: rinse mouth;
get medical attention for eyes, breathing difficulty, or other
symptoms of overexposure.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
boiling pt: =197.8c, 388.F
vapor pres: unk
vapor density: >1
spec gravity: > h*2o
evaporation rate & reference: slower than ether
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear,little color,characteristic odor
percent volatiles by volume: negl

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
none specified by the mfgr
stability condition to avoid: none specified by the mfgr
hazardous decomposition products: co and/or co*2

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of the collected material in accordance
with local,state & federals 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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BCVBM 30478 ETHYLENE GLYCOL (REGULAR)

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: oral ld50 rats : between 6000-13000mg/kg.

routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye: may cause slight
trans(temp)irrit.Corneal injury unlikely.Vap/mist may cause
irrit.Skin: essentially nonirrit.Rep expo to lg quant may result in
absorption of harmful amts.Massive contact w/dmg ski n/suffi hot to
burn may result in absorption or pot lethal amts.Ingest: single dose
oral toxi considered moderate(supple)
explanation of carcinogenicity: per msds: can info: ethylene glycol din't
cause can in lonterm animal studies.

effects of overexposure: systemic effects: excessive expo may cause irrit
to upper resp tract.Observations in animals include kidney/liver
effects,deposition of calcium slats in var tissues aft ong-term
dietary intake of ehtyl ene glycol.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: none specified by manufacturer.

First Aid

First aid: eye: flush w/lots of water.Skin: wash off in flowing
water.Ingest: induce vomit immed per med person.Never give anything
by mouth if unconsc.Consult med person.Inhal: remove to fresh
air.Consult dr.Dr: ear ly admin of ethanol may counter toxic effects
of ethylene glycol-metabolic acidosis/renal
dmg.Hemodialysis/peritoneal dialysis have been of benefit.Supp
care.Treat based on dr judgemt/vict rxs.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.2c, 387.F
melt/freeze pt: m.P/f.P text: np
decomp temp: decomp text: np
vapor pres: 0.12 @25c
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.1155
ph: np
viscosity: np
evaporation rate & reference: np
solubility in water: completely miscible.

appearance and odor: colorless liquid, slight odor.

percent volatiles by volume: np
corrosion rate: np

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizing matls(such as nitric acid),acids,bases,strong acids,strong
bases,strong oxidizers.

stability condition to avoid: avoid temps bel 8f & above 775f.Product
can decomposes @elevated temperatures.

hazardous decomposition products: smoke containing org matl + unkn toxic
&/or irrit cmpd.Include/not limit to co/co2.Trace amts of
aldehyde,org acids.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: detail ecological data write/call dow.Don't dump
into sewer/ground/body of water.All methods must be in compliance
w/fed/state/prov/loc laws/regs.Waste charact/compliance waste
generator responsibi.Un use/uncontam: incinerator,therma
destrt.(othe prec)
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: ethylene glycol (sara 313) (cercla)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: >99%
other rec limits: none recommended
acgih tlv: c stel39ppm,a4,vap96
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BGSJV PERMANENT ANTIFREEZE (ETHYLENE GLYCOL INH)

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: ld50 oral rat=5.8g/kg
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: unknown ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: see signs and symptoms of overexposure
effects of overexposure: eyes: temporary irritation;skin: dehydration
effect resulting in temporary irritation;inhalation: respiratory
irritation,unconsciousness;ingestion: acute poisoning,severe
abdominal disturbances,cns depres sion,possible respiratory and/or
renal failure.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: none noted.

First Aid

First aid: eyes: flush with plenty of water.See doctor;skin: wash with
soap and water.If irritation develops,see doctor;inhalation: move to
fresh air.Give cpr if needed and get prompt medical
attention;ingestion: in duce vomit and get immediate medical
attention.Nothing by mouth if unconscious or having convulsions.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =165.6c, 330.F
vapor pres: 18
spec gravity: 1.125-1.126
ph: 10-11
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01 (butyl acetate=1)
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: slightly hazy,fluorescent green liquid,slight
glycol odor.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizers
stability condition to avoid: ignition sources
hazardous decomposition products: co

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of in licensed facility.Recommend
crushing or other means to prevent unauthorized reuse.Comply with
all applicable 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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: >95%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: water
cas: 7732-18-5
rtecs #: zc0110000
fraction by wt: 4.0%

ingred name: sodium nitrate (rust inhibitor)
cas: 7631-99-4
rtecs #: wc5600000
fraction by wt:

ingred name: sodium tetraborate, decahydrate
cas: 1303-96-4
rtecs #: vz2275000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 10 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3; 9192

ingred name: sodium metasilicate (rust inhibitor)
cas: 10213-79-3
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 15mg/m*3 total dust
acgih tlv: 10mg/m*3 total dust

ingred name: sodium orthophosphate (rust inhibitor)
cas: 7801-54-9
fraction by wt:

ingred name: sodium molybdate (rust inhibitor)
cas: 7631-95-0
rtecs #: qa5075000
fraction by wt:

ingred name: sodium tolyltriazole (rust inhibitor)
cas: 64665-57-2
fraction by wt:

ingred name: sodium mercaptobenzothiazole (rust inhibitor)
fraction by wt:

ingred name: non-ionic surfactant
fraction by wt:

ingred name: stabilizer
fraction by wt:

ingred name: dyes
fraction by wt:

MSDS BHCRR ETHYLENE GLYCOL,TECHNICAL-MIL-E-9500B

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: ld50 (oral rat) is 4g/kg
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: irritation of
eyes,skin,respiratory or g.I.Tracts;cns effects like
headache,dizziness,nausea,vomiting and possible
unconsciousness;fatal if ingested.Chronic: drying of skin,defatting
or dermatiti s/allergic reaction or sensitiziton,liver and kidney
damage,cns depression.

explanation of carcinogenicity: ethylene glycol has shown to produce
dose-related teratogenic effects in rats and mice when given by
gavage.

effects of overexposure: see health hazards data.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: persons with a history of ailments
or with a pre-existing disease involving the eyes, skin, or
respiratory tract may be at increased risk from exposure.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. Resuscitate if not breathing.

get medical attention. Eyes: immediately flush with plenty of water
for 15 minutes holding eyelids open. Get medical attention.

skin: remove contaminated clothing. Wash with soap and water. If
irritation persists, get medical advice. ingestion: do not induce
vomiting. Give nothing by mouth if unconscious. Get immediate
medical attention.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: >197.2c, 387.F
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
vapor pres: 0,08 mmhg
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01(n-butyl acetate = 1)
solubility in water: 100 %(complete)
appearance and odor: colorless liquid,mild odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents,strong acids,strong bases and material reactive
with hydroxyl compounds.

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures, sparks, and open flames
hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and
other unidentified components.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: consult local authorities.Disposal must be made
in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and
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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100.0%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: 1,4-dioxane (diethylene dioxide) (sara iii)
cas: 123-91-1
rtecs #: jg8225000
fraction by wt: 0.0015%
osha pel: s, 100 ppm
acgih tlv: s, 25 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

ingred name: ethylene oxide (sara iii)
cas: 75-21-8
rtecs #: kx2450000
fraction by wt: 0.0001%
osha pel: 1 ppm; see 1910.1047
acgih tlv: 1 ppm, a2; 9192
epa rpt qty: 10 lbs
dot rpt qty: 10 lbs

MSDS BJLZW 75018 ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: ingestion: abdominal discomfort
or pain, nausea, central nervous system depression. Severe kidney
and liver damage from large amounts; may be fatal.

inhalation: irritation of the nose and throat. eye: discomfort with
transient conjunctivitis. Chronic: inhalation of mist may produce
signs of cns disturbances.

explanation of carcinogenicity: data per msds
effects of overexposure: may cause dizziness, malaise, lumbar pain,
oliguria, uremia, and central nervous system depression. May cause
eye, skin & respiratory tract irritation.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: persons with a history of kidney or
liver disorders maybe at increased risk from exposure.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. Call a physician if
discomfort persists. Eye: immediately flush eyes with plenty of
water for 15 minutes. Call a physician. Skin: wash with plenty of
soap & water. Rem ove contaminated clothing/shoes. Ingestion: if
conscious, give 2 glasses of water to drink and induce vomiting.

give nothing by mouth if unconscious. Call a physician immediately.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.8c, 388.F
vapor pres: 0.1
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.13
ph: 11.0
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: soluble
appearance and odor: clear colorless liquid;mild odor
percent volatiles by volume: nil

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: high temperatures
hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and
other toxic vapors

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: disposal should be made by incineration in
accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations. At very low concentrations in water, dispose of this
material in a biological w astewater treatment plant.

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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100.0%
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BPHDY 3370000 ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: no information given on msds by supplier
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: inhalation- irritation mucous
membranes. Eyes- irritation. Skin- irritation. Ingestion- stomach
distress. Chronic: central nervous system effects, liver damage,
kidney damage.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none
effects of overexposure: eye/skin: irritation. Inhalation: excessive
inhalation of vapors can cause nasal and respiratory irritation.

ingestion: can cause gastrointestinal irritation,nausea,vomiting &
diarrhea.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: no information given on msds by
supplier

First Aid

First aid: skin: wash area with soap and water. Remove contaminated
clothing and launder before reuse. Eyes: flush with large amounts
of water for 15 minutes. See doctor. Swallowed: give 2 glasses of
water. If c onscious, induce vomiting. Get immediate medical
attention. Inhalation: remove to fresh air.Give oxygen if needed,
if breathing stops, resuscitate. Keep warm & quiet and get medical
attention.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
nrc/state lic num: none
boiling pt: =192.8c, 379.F
vapor pres:
vapor density: 2.2
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference:
appearance and odor: no information given on msds by supplier

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents and strong alkalis.

stability condition to avoid: none specified by manufacturer.

hazardous decomposition products: no information given on msds by
supplier
conditions to avoid polymerization: cannot occur

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: small: allow volitile portion to evaporate and
dispose of remaining material i/a/w applicable regulations. Large
spill: destroy by liquid incineration in accordance with applicable
regulations.

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particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: >95%
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BPHDZ 1015 MACGUARD ALL PURPOSE ANTIFREEZE

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: no information provided
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute-eye: irritation. Skin: drying
effect, irritation. Inhalation: unlikely at room temperature,
inhalation of vapors(produced by heating) will cause cns depression
and hematopietic dysfunction. Ingesti on: depression followed by
respiratory &cardiac failure, renal & brain damage. Chronic: heart,
liver and kidney.

effects of overexposure: inhalation: coughing, choking, unconsciousness.

eye: irritation. Skin: irritation. Ingestion: nausea, vomiting,
abdominal pain, oliguria, lymphocytosis.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: heart, liver and kidney diseases.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air immediately & give cpr/oxygen
if needed and get prompt medical help. Eye: flush with water for 15
min. & get medical help. Skin: wash with soap & water. Get medical
help i f irritation develops. Ingestion: get immediate medical
attention. Never give fluid or induce vomiting if patient is
unconscious. Gastric lavage followed by saline catharsis is
recommended.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: n1
nrc/state lic num: none
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 330f/165.6c
vapor pres: 18 @ 68f
spec gravity: 1.125
ph: 10-11
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear liquid, slight glycol odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 100

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
incompatible with strong oxidizers.

stability condition to avoid: open flames and sources of ignition.

hazardous decomposition products: oxides of carbon, nitrogen and sulfur.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: send for recycling or dispose of in a licensed
facility in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.

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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: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified by m.

osha pel: c, 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c, 50 ppm,vapor;8990
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: water
cas: 7732-18-5
rtecs #: zc0110000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none
osha pel: none established
acgih tlv: none established

ingred name: sodium tetraborate, decahydrate
cas: 1303-96-4
rtecs #: vz2275000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified by m.

osha pel: 10 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3; 8990

ingred name: sodium metasilicate pentahydrate
cas: 10213-79-3
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: potassium phosphate, dibasic
cas: 7758-11-4
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: sodium nitrate
cas: 7631-99-4
rtecs #: wc5600000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified

MSDS BQKLS ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: acute oral ld50 (rat) is 4 g/kg
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: may be harmful by inhalation,
ingestion, or skin absorption. Vapor or mist is irritating to the
eyes, mucous mebranes and upper respiratory tract. Causes skin
irritation. Prolonged exposure can cause nausea, headache and
vomiting. Chronic: may cause reproductive disorders; damage to the
kidneys.

explanation of carcinogenicity: this material is not considered to be a
carcinogen by ntp, iarc or osha.

effects of overexposure: acute: may be harmful by inhalation, ingestion,
or skin absorption. Vapor or mist is irritating to the eyes, mucous
mebranes and upper respiratory tract. Causes skin irritation.

prolonged exposure can cause nausea, headache and vomiting.

chronic: may cause reproductive disorders; damage to the kidneys.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: persons with a history of kidney
disorders maybe at increased risk from exposure.

First Aid

First aid: in case of contact, immediately flush eyes or skin with
copious amounts of water for at least 15 minutes while removing
contaminated clothing and shoes. Assure adequate flushing of the
eyes by separat ing the eyelids with fingers. If inhaled, remove to
fresh air. If not breathing give artificial respiration, preferably
mouth-to-mouth. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Call a
physician.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =196.1c, 385.F
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
vapor pres: 0.08
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.113
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear, colorless liquid. Mild odor.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: high heat, open flames and other sources
of ignition
hazardous decomposition products: combustion will produce carbon
monoxide and carbon dioxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dissolve or mix the material with a combustible
solvent and burn in a chemical incinerator equipped with an
afterburner and scrubber. Observe all local, state and federal
regulations.

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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: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: >99%
other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9293
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BQLYP ETHYLENE GLYCOL TECH

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: pel=50ppm;tlv=50ppm (both ceiling)
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eyes: irritant.Skin: slight
irritant.Inhal: nasal and respiratory irritation.Ingest: can cause
gastrointestinal irritation.Chronic effects are birth
defects,kidney and liver damage and central nervous sys tem
effects.

explanation of carcinogenicity: rtecs 92-4 shows monographs on ethylene
glycol as a mutagen,tumorigen,reproductive effector.

effects of overexposure: ingest: nausea,vomiting,diarrhea.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: hmis suggests that persons with a
history of kidney or liver disorders maybe at increased risk from
exposure.

First Aid

First aid: eye: flush w/ water 15 min hold lids open. Skin: remove
contaminated clothing and launder before reuse. Wash with soap &
water. Inhaled: remove to fresh air. Restore breathing if necessary.

ingested: give 2 glasses water and induce vomiting(byipecac or
finger down throat). Give nothing by mouth if unconscious. Get
immediate medical care. If irritation persists,or is severe,see a
doctor.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =192.8c, 379.F
vapor pres: 0.1
vapor density: 2.2
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: not reported.Hmis suggests liquid;colorless;no
odor;sweet taste.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: high heat, open flames and other sources
of ignition
hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose i/a/w all federal, state and local
regulations. Manufacturer suggests that disposal may be done by
incineration, and that small amounts can be evaporated under a fume
hood.

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particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BRFKS ETHYLENE GLYCOL,TECHNICAL-MIL-E-9500B

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: ld50 (oral rat) is 4g/kg
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: irritation of
eyes,skin,respiratory or g.I.Tracts;cns effects like
headache,dizziness,nausea,vomiting and possible
unconsciousness;fatal if ingested.Chronic: drying of skin,defatting
or dermatiti s/allergic reaction or sensitiziton,liver and kidney
damage,cns depression.

explanation of carcinogenicity: ethylene glycol has shown to produce
dose- related teratogenic effects in rats and mice when given by
gavage.

effects of overexposure: cns effects are
headache,dizziness,nausea,vomiting,possible
unconsciousness.Skin: drying,dermatitis.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: persons with a history of ailments
or with a pre-existing disease involving the eyes, skin, or
respiratory tract may be at increased risk from exposure.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. Resuscitate if not breathing.

get medical attention. Eyes: immediately flush with plenty of water
for 15 minutes holding eyelids open. Get medical attention. Skin:
remov e contaminated clothing. Wash with soapand water. If
irritation persists, get medical advice. Ingestion: do not induce
vomiting. Give nothing by mouth if unconscious. Get immediate
medical attention.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: >197.2c, 387.F
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
vapor pres: 0.08
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01(n-butyl acetate = 1)
solubility in water: 100 %(complete)
appearance and odor: colorless liquid,mild odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents,strong acids,strong bases and material reactive
with hydroxyl compounds.

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures, sparks, and open flames
hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and
other unidentified components.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: consult local authorities.Disposal must be made
in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations.

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assume responsibility for the suitability of this information to their
particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: 1,4-dioxane (diethylene dioxide) (sara iii)
cas: 123-91-1
rtecs #: jg8225000
fraction by wt: 0.0015%
osha pel: s, 100 ppm
acgih tlv: s, 25 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

ingred name: ethylene oxide (sara iii)
cas: 75-21-8
rtecs #: kx2450000
fraction by wt: 0.0001%
osha pel: 1 ppm; see 1910.1047
acgih tlv: 1 ppm, a2; 9192
epa rpt qty: 10 lbs
dot rpt qty: 10 lbs

MSDS BTHSH ETHYLENE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: asphyxiant. Inhalation of high
concentrations may result in moderate anesthesia, diminished mental
alertness, loss of consciousness and central nervous system
depression. Chronic: none known.

explanation of carcinogenicity: not carcinogenic.

effects of overexposure: liquid contact can cause freeze burns.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: none known.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation-immediately remove victim to fresh air. If
breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration. If breathing is
difficult, give oxygen. Skin contact-flush effected area with tepid
water.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: g2
boiling pt: b.P. Text: -155f,-104c
vapor pres: 35.04
vapor density: 0.98
spec gravity: 0.568
solubility in water: 0.226
appearance and odor: colorless, sweet odor.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizers. Reacts vigorously with alcl3, o3, ccl4, benzoyl
peroxide, bromotrichloromethane & nitromethane + alcl3
stability condition to avoid: none specified by manufacturer.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: allow gas to discharge at a moderate rate.

return defective cylinders to supplier. It can be absorbed in 95%
sulfuric acid/resulting mixture can be taken to plant disposal unit
for neutralization and disposal.

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particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene (sara iii)
cas: 74-85-1
rtecs #: ku5340000
fraction by wt: 100%
other rec limits: none recommended
acgih tlv: asphyxiant; 9394

MSDS BWMBL ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: oral ld50 (rat) is 4g/kg
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: eye, skin, respiratory and
gastrointestinal irritation. Chronic: liver and blood
abnormalities, kidney damage, central nervous system effects.May be
dermally absorbed in harmful amounts(kidney damage).Chronic: damage
to kidneys may be fatal.

explanation of carcinogenicity: ethylene glycol may cause birth defects.

effects of overexposure: eyes, skin, respiratory and gastrointestinal
irritation.Ingest: abdominal
pain,discomfirt,dizziness,malaise,decreased urine output,uremia.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: individuals with a history of
skin,eye or respiratory disorders or renal dysfunction may be at
increased risk from exposure.

First Aid

First aid: skin: remove contaminated clothing;wash with soap and
water.Eyes: flush with water for 15 minutes.Inhal: remove to fresh
air.Give oxygen or artificial respiration if needed.Ingest: get
prompt qualified me dical attention.If conscious,give 2 glasses of
water and induce vomiting by sticking finger down throat.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.2c, 387.F
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
vapor pres: 0.06
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.1
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear, colorless, syrupy liquid. Sweet taste.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: high heat, open flames and other sources
of ignition
hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide,
incompletely burned carbon products.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of in accordance with federal,state and
local regulations.

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disclaims all liability for its use. any person utilizing this
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particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
other rec limits: none recommended
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9394
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BWNJB GLYCLEAN;ETHYLENE GLYCOL,ANTIFREEZE GRADE 50% SOLUTION V/V

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: tlv for ethylene glycol is 125ppm
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eyes: may cause
irritation.Skin: possible sensitizer.Ingest: may cause gi tract
irritation.Inhal: may cause respiratory irritation.Chronic: may cause
kidney damage and cns effects.

explanation of carcinogenicity: ethylene glycol may cause birth defects.

effects of overexposure: ingest: abdominal
pain,nausea,vomiting,dizziness,drowsiness,malaise,blurred
vision,back pain,cns effects(irregular eye
movements,convulsions,coma).Inhal: headache,nausea,vomiting,headache
,dizziness,irre gular eye
movement.Eyes: conjunctivitis,redness.Chronic: dizziness,irregular
eye movements.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: mfr states that htis item is
unlikely to aggrivate existing medical conditions under normal
conditions of use.

First Aid

First aid: skin: remove contaminated clothing;wash with water.Eyes: flush
with water for 15 minutes.Inhal: remove to fresh air.Give oxygen or
artificial respiration if needed.Ingest: get prompt qualified
medical att ention.If conscious,give 2 glasses of water and induce
vomiting.Physician: treat for metabolic
acidosis.Antidote-ethanol(w/5% sodium bicarbonate @10ml/hr).Use
hemodiaylsis or 4-methylpyrazole.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =148.9c, 300.F
melt/freeze pt: =-36.5c, -34.F
vapor pres: 0.06
vapor density: 1.78
ph: 9.5-10
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01(n-butyl acetate = 1)
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: liquid;blue-green;mild odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers,materials w/reactive hydroxyl groups.Explosive decomposition
may occur if mixed w/ acid or base at high temps.

stability condition to avoid: none specified by manufacturer.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon dioxide,carbon monoxide

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: incinerate or dispose of in accordance with
federal,state and local regulations.Ethylene glycol is
biodegradable in a waste water treatment plant.

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particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol (sara iii)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none recommended
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9394
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: sodium hydroxide (sara iii)
cas: 1310-73-2
rtecs #: wb4900000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: 2 mg/m3
acgih tlv: c 2 mg/m3; 9394
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: 1,4-dioxane (diethylene dioxide) (sara iii)
cas: 123-91-1
rtecs #: jg8225000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: s, 100 ppm
acgih tlv: s, 25 ppm; 9394
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

ingred name: methyl alcohol (methanol) (sara iii)
cas: 67-56-1
rtecs #: pc1400000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: s, 200 ppm
acgih tlv: s,200ppm/250stel; 94
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: diethylene glycol
cas: 111-46-6
rtecs #: id5950000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none recommended

MSDS BXWBW ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: product's ld50 (oral rat) was not stated
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: no or & mist can cause irritation of
the nose & throat. Ingestion: in humans, a dose of 100 ml may cause
death.

explanation of carcinogenicity: manufacturer gave no information about
carcinogenicity. Hmis found no listing & does not expect it to be
carcinogenic.

effects of overexposure: inhalation: may cause irritation of the nose &
throat & headache. Eye: liquids, vapor & mist may cause
conjunctivitis & serious corneal injury is not anticipated. Skin: no
evidence of adverse health effe ct. Swallowed: may cause abdominal
pain,dizziness, diarrhea & kidney injury.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: mfr gave no information on msds.

First Aid

First aid: get medical attention for any exposure w/symptoms. Eye: flush
w/water for 15 min. Skin: wash w/soap & water. Remove contaminated
clothing & launder before reuse. Inhaled: remove from exposure. Aid
or res tore breathing as needed. Ingested: induce vomiting by
sticking finger down throat. Make victim drink 2 glasses of water
or milk. Give universal antidote (milk of magnesia, eatable
charcoal & tea).

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
nrc/state lic num: none
boiling pt: =197.2c, 387.F
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
vapor pres: 0.05 mm
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.15
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: water white liquid, lightly viscous, very
hygroscopic, mild odot.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
normally unreactive. Avoid strong bases, high temperatures, strong
acids, sstrong oxidizing agents, chlorosolfonic acid.

stability condition to avoid: mfr gave no information on msds.

hazardous decomposition products: none reported
conditions to avoid polymerization: mfr gave no information on msds.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: incinerate in furnace (where permitted by
federal, state & local regulations). At very low concentrations in
water, glycol is readily biodegradable in a biological waste water
treatment plant.

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particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol (sara 313) (cercla)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
other rec limits: none recommended
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9495
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS BXYCF ETHYLENE GLYCOL, INDUSTRIAL GRADE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute-swallowing: cardiac failure abd
pulmonary edema may develop. Inhalation-may cause irritation of the
nose & throat. Eye-liquid, vapor or mist causes irritation.

chronic-repeated inhalation of mis t may produce signs of central
nervous system involvement.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none specified by manufacturer.

effects of overexposure: swallowing-may cause abdominal pain or
discomfort, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, blurred vision,
irritability, lumbar pain. Inhalation-headache, nausea, vomiting,
nausea, irregular eye movement. Eye-st inging, excess blinking and
tear production, with excess redness of the conjunctiva.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: may aggravate an existing kidney
didease.

First Aid

First aid: swallowing-if conscious, give 2 glasses of water, induce
vomiting. Obtain medical aid without delay. Skin-remove
contaminated clothing. Wash skin with soap & water, obtain medical
aid for irritation. inhalation-remove to fresh air. Obtain medical
attention if symptoms persists. Eye-flush eye thoroughly with water
for several minutes.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: >197.2c, 387.F
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
vapor pres: 0.08 mmhg
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01 (n-butyl acetate=1)
solubility in water: 100%
appearance and odor: transparent colorless, mild sweet, liquid.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong acids or strong bases and subjected to elevated temperatures.

strong oxidizing agents.

stability condition to avoid: none
hazardous decomposition products: burning can produce carbon monoxide
and carbon dioxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: incineration in a furnance wherepermitted under
federal, state and local regulations.

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assume responsibility for the suitability of this information to their
particular situation.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
other rec limits: none recommended
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: dioxane
cas: 123-91-1
fraction by wt: 0.026%
other rec limits: none recommended
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

MSDS BZBBP ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: ld 50 oral g.Pig is 6.6g/kg
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: no ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: ingest: may cause illness or
death.Skin/eye: low potential for causing irritation.Inhal: limited
inhalation hazard.Chronic: may cause liver and kidney damage and
bladder stones.

explanation of carcinogenicity: ethylene glycol may cause birth defects.

effects of overexposure: ingest: intoxication appears in 3
stages: 1-drunkeness;2-nausea,vomiting and eye symptoms;3-rapid
breathing,increased hearrt rate,decrease in urination.Inhal: eye and
throat irritation,dizziness.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: individuals with a history of
respiratory disorders may be at increased risk from exposure.

First Aid

First aid: eyes: flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. See
doctor. Skin: wash with soap and water while removing contaminated
clothing. Inhalation: remove victim to fresh air. Give oxygen/cpr
if ne eded. See doctor. Ingestion: drink 2 glasses of water. Do not
induce vomiting. Nothing by mouth if unconscious. See doctor
immediately.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.2c, 387.F
vapor pres: 0.1
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.1154
evaporation rate & reference: negligible
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: liquid,clear;colorless;mild odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 0

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents,acids and bases.

stability condition to avoid: none specified by manufacturer.

hazardous decomposition products: none specified by manufacturer.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: contact your local environmental officer.

dispose of in accordance with all federal, state and local
regulations. Manufacturer recommends liquid incineration.

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: ethylene glycol (sara 313) (cercla)
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
other rec limits: none recommended
acgih tlv: c 50 ppm,vapor; 9495
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS CHHLZ ETHYLENE GLYCOL, INDUSTRIAL GRADE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute-swallowing: cardiac failure abd
pulmonary edema may develop. Inhalation-may cause irritation of the
nose & throat. Eye-liquid, vapor or mist causes irritation.

chronic-repeated inhalation of mis t may produce signs of central
nervous system involvement.

explanation of carcinogenicity: this compound contains no ingredients at
concentrations of 0.1% or greater that are carcinogens or suspect
carcinogens.

effects of overexposure: swallowing-may cause abdominal pain or
discomfort, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, blurred vision,
irritability, lumbar pain. Inhalation-headache, nausea, vomiting,
nausea, irregular eye movement. Eye-st inging, excess blinking and
tear production, with excess redness of the conjunctiva.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: may aggravate an existing kidney
didease.

First Aid

First aid: swallowing-if conscious, give 2 glasses of water, induce
vomiting. Obtain medical aid without delay. Skin-remove
contaminated clothing. Wash skin with soap & water, obtain medical
aid for irritation. inhalation-remove to fresh air. Obtain medical
attention if symptoms persists. Eye-flush eye thoroughly with water
for several minutes.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: b.P. Text: >387f,>197c
melt/freeze pt: m.P/f.P text: 9f,-13c
decomp temp: decomp text: not given
vapor pres: 0.08 mmhg
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.115
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01 (n-butyl acetate=1)
solubility in water: 100%
appearance and odor: transparent colorless, mild sweet, liquid.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong acids or strong bases and subjected to elevated temperatures.

strong oxidizing agents.

stability condition to avoid: none specified by manufacturer.

hazardous decomposition products: burning can produce carbon monoxide
and carbon dioxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: incineration in a furnance wherepermitted under
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: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
fraction by wt: 100%
other rec limits: none recommended
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: dioxane
cas: 123-91-1
fraction by wt: 0.026%
other rec limits: none recommended
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

MSDS CJDKS EHTYLENE GLYCOL - INDUSTRIAL GRADE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: inhalation due to low vapor
pressure, inhalation of vapor is unlikely except at elevated
temperatures; small aerosol droplets may be inhaled. Other signs
may include fuild in lungs, irregular e ye movements. Eye-may be
irritating. Skin-in severe overexposure enough material might be
absorbed to cause systemic injury. Chronic: prolonged or repeated
inhalation or ingestion may result in kidney and liver changes.

explanation of carcinogenicity: not known to be carcinogenic.

effects of overexposure: inhalation-may produce symptoms of central
nervous system depression including headache, dizziness, nausea,
loss of sense of balance, drowsiness, visual disturbances,
unconsciousness and death. Ingest ion-central nervous systems
similiar tothose by inhalation; followed by rapid breathing,
increased heart rate, possible decreased urine volume and severe
metabolic acidosis.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: pre-existing liver or kidney
disorders.

First Aid

First aid: eyes-immediately flush eyes with a direct stream of water for
15 min. Get medical attention. Skin-wash thoroughly with soap and
water. Wash clothing before resue. If irritation occurs, get
medical att ention. Inhalation-remove to fresh air.If breathing is
difficult, have trained person administer oxygen. If respiration
stops, give mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, get emdical attention
immediately. Ing estion-never give anything by mouth to an
unconscious person. Have patient drink several glasses of water
then induce vomiting by having patient tickle back of throat with
finger. Keep airway clear. G et medical attention immediately.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
boiling pt: =198.C, 388.4f
melt/freeze pt: =-13.C, 8.6f
vapor pres: 0.06mm hg 20c
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.115 @ 20c/20c
ph: 6-8
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear colorless, slightly viscous liquid: mild odor
percent volatiles by volume: essentialy 0

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
racts with oxidizers, acids and alkalis.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide and carbon monoxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of all waste and contaminated equipment
in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local health
and environmental regulations.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: 1,2-ethanediol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
minumum % wt: 95.

maxumum % wt: 100.

acgih stel: c127 mg/m3;c50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: 2,2'-oxybis.(.Ethanol.).

cas: 111-46-6
rtecs #: id5950000
minumum % wt: 0.

maxumum % wt: 5.

MSDS CJWXV ETHYLENE GLYCOL, INDUSTRIAL GRADE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: harmful or fatal if swallowed.

inhalation may cause irritation of the nose and throat. Rpolonged
or repeated breathing of vapors is harmful. Eyes: causes
irritation. Chronic: kidney and cns damage. Cau ses birth defects in
laboratory animals.

explanation of carcinogenicity: this compound contains no ingredients at
concentrations of 0.1% or greater that are carcinogens or suspect
carcinogens.

effects of overexposure: swallowing-may cause abdominal pain or
discomfort, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, blurred vision,
irritability, lumbar pain,oliguria, uremia, and central nervous
system effects, including irregular eye movements, convulsions and
coma. Cardiac failure, pulmonary edema, and severe kidney damage
may develop. May be fatal inhalation-headache, nausea,
vomiting,headache,dizziness irregular eye movement. eye-stinging,
excess blinking and tear production, with excess redness of the
conjunctiva.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: may aggravate an existing kidney
didease.

First Aid

First aid: swallowing-if conscious, give 2 glasses of water, induce
vomiting under supervision of a doctor. Obtain medical aid immed.

skin-remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin with soap & water,
obtain medica l. Inhalation-remove to fresh air. Obtain medical
attention if symptoms persists. Eye-flush thoroughly with water for
several minutes. Remove contact lenses. Get medical help.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: >197.C, 386.6f
melt/freeze pt: =-13.C, 8.6f
decomp temp: decomp text: not given
vapor pres: 0.06 mmhg
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.115 20c(h20=1)
evaporation rate & reference: 0.01 (n-butyl acetate=1)
solubility in water: 100%
appearance and odor: transparent colorless liquid, mild sweet odor.

Reactivity

Federal regulatory information: all components of this product are on
the tsca inventory or are exempt from tsca inventory.

state regulatory information: the product contains the following
chemicals known the state of california to cause cancer:
1,4-dioxane 123-91-1
voc: 1111.00 g/l and vapor pressure0.06 mmhg at 20c.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: reclaim ethylene glycol wherever possible.

incinerate in a furnance where permitted or dispose of in
accordance with federal, state and local regulations.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
> wt: 99.

other rec limits: none recommended
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS CKKRC ETHYLENE GLYCOL, TECHNICAL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: oral rat ld50: 4700 mg/kg
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no
health hazards acute and chronic: inhalation: vapor inhalation not a
problem unless heated or misted. Exposure to vapors over an
extended time has caused throat irritation & headache. May cause
pulmonary edema & central nervous system depression. Has produced
rapid, involuntary eye movement& coma. Ingestion: initial symptoms
in massive dosage parallel intoxication, progressing to cns
depression. Death from respiratory arrest or ca rdiovascular
collapse may follow. Skin contact: minor skin irritation &
penetration may occur. Eye contact: irritation, pain, eye damage.

chronic: severe kidney problems, brain damage, skin allergy ca n
develop. May damage developing fetus.

explanation of carcinogenicity: ingredient: ethylene glycol, cas #
107-21-1: ntp carcinoge: no; iarc category: none.

effects of overexposure: inhalation: nausea, vomiting, dizziness &
drowsiness, rapid, involuntary eye movement & coma. Ingestion: ,
vomiting, headache, rapid respiratory and heart rate, lowered blood
pressure, stupor, collaps e, and unconsciousness with convulsions.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: persons with pre-existing skin
disorders, eye problems, or impaired liver, kidney, or respiratory
function may be more susceptible to the effects of this substance.

First Aid

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

call a physician. Ingestion: induce vomiting immediately as
directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an
unconscious person. Get medical attention. Skin: remove any
contaminated clothing. Wash skin with soap and water for at least
15 minutes. Get medical atte ntion if irritation develops or
persists. Eye: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at
least 15 minutes, lifting lower and upper lids occasionally. Get
medical attention immediately.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.6c, 387.7f
melt/freeze pt: =-13.C, 8.6f
vapor pres: 0.06@20c
vapor density: 2.14
spec gravity: 1.1 (20c)
solubility in water: miscible
appearance and odor: clear oily liquid; odorless

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents.Reacts violently with chlorosulfonic acid,
oleum, sulfuric acid, perchloric acid.Causes ignition with chlorium
trioxide, potassium permanganate, sodium peroxide,ammonium
dichromate,silver chlorate,so
stability condition to avoid: heat, flames, ignition sources, water
(absorbs readily) and incompatibles.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide may
form when heated to decomposition. May produce acrid and irritating
fumes when heated to decomposition.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: processing, use or contamination of this product
may change the waste management options. State and local disposal
regulations may differ from federal disposal regulations. Dispose
of container and un used contents in accordance with federal, state
and local requirements.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
minumum % wt: 99.

maxumum % wt: 100.

acgih stel: c127 mg/m3;c50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS CKQDY ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: dermal ld50(rabbit): >1.00-2.00 g/kg
health hazards acute and chronic: acute: eye-may cause irritation.

skin-brief contact may cause slight irritation. Other than the
potential skin irritation effects noted, acute (short term) adverse
affects are not expected from brief skin contact.

inhalation-vapors or mist, in excess of permissible concentration,
or in unusually high concentrations generated from spraying,
heating the material or as from exposure in poorly ventila ted
areas or confined spaces may cause irritation of the nose & throat.

ingestion-aspiration may occur during swallowing or vomiting,
resulting in lung damage. Chronic: repeated ingestion may cause ki
dney damage.

effects of overexposure: eye-mild discomfort & slight excess redness of
the eye. Skin-local redness & swelling. Inhalation-headache, nausea
& drowsiness. Ingestion-symptoms include headache, weakness,
confusion, dizziness, s taggering, slurred speech, loss of
coordinatioin, faintness, nausea & vomiting, increased heart rate,
decreased blood pressure, difficulty breathing & seeing, pulmonary
edema, unconsciousness, convuls ion, collapse & coma. Symptoms may
be delayed. Decreased urine output & kidney failure may also occur.

severe poisoning may cause death.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: because of its irritating
propoertie, repeated skin contact may aggravate an existing
dermatitis (skin condition). Repeated overexposure may aggravate
existing kidney disease.

First Aid

First aid: eye-immediately flush with plenty of water for 15 mins. Hold
eyelids apart while flushing. Get medical aid. Skin-wash skin with
plenty of soap & water for several mins. Get medical aid if
irritation persists. Ingestion-if person is conscious & can
swallow, immediately give 2 glasses of water. Do not induce
vomiting. If vomiting occurs, give fluids again. Have physician
determine if condition of p erson will permit induction of vomiting
or evacuation of stomach. Inhalation-remove to fresh air. If not
breathing, clear airway & give artificial respiration. If breathing
is difficult, qualified per sonnel may give oxygen. Get medical
aid.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =197.8c, 388.F
melt/freeze pt: =-13.3c, 8.1f
vapor pres: .1 mmhg at 20c(68f)
vapor density: 2.1
spec gravity: 1.12
ph: 6.5
viscosity: 18.7 cst at 20c(68f)
solubility in water: >10
appearance and odor: colorless liquid, mild odor.

Reactivity

Hazardous decomposition products: toxic levels of carbon monoxide,
carbon dioxide irritating aldehydes and ketones may be formed on
burning. Heating in air may produce irritating aldehydes, acids,
and ketones.

conditions to avoid polymerization: will not occur.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: this product has been evaluated for rcra
characteristics and does not meet the criteria of a hazardous waste
if discarded in its purchased form. Under rcra, it is the
responsibility of the user of the product to determine at the time
of disposal, whether the product meets rcra criteria for hazardous
waste.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: 1,2-ethanediol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
minumum % wt: 95.

maxumum % wt: 99.99
acgih stel: c127 mg/m3;c50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS CKXJQ MIL-A-8243 TYPE II WING DEICER

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: acute oral ld50: 4.0 g/kg (rat)
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: unknown ingestion: yes
health hazards acute and chronic: inhalation: vapors are mildly to
markedly irritating to the lungs depending on the exposure level.

ingestion: may be harmful or fatal is swallowed. May produce
central nervous system (cns) depression and kidney damage may be
fatal. Skin and eye: no adverse effects expected with exposure to
skin. Brief contact may cause slight irritation, prolonged contact
as with clothing wetted with material, may cause more severe
irritation and discomfort. Seen as local redness and swelling.

product is moderately irritating to the eyes. Vapors can also cause
severe eye irritation. Repeated ingestion may caus e kidney damage.

explanation of carcinogenicity: no data provided by manufacturer.

effects of overexposure: inhalation: vapors are mildly to markedly
irritating to the lungs depending on the exposure level. Ingestion:
may be harmful or fatal is swallowed. May produce central nervous
system (cns) depression and kidney damage may be fatal. Skin and
eye: no adverse effects expected with exposure to skin. Brief
contact may cause slight irritation, prolonged contact as with
clothing wetted with material, may cause more severe irritation
and discomfort. Seen as local redness and swelling. Product is
moderately irritating to the eyes. Vapors can also cause severe eye
irritation. Repeated ingestion may caus e kidney damage.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: pre-existing skin, eye and
respiratory disorders may be aggravated by exposure to this
product. Impaired kidney function from pre-existing disorders may
be afggravated by exposure to this product.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give
artificial respiration. Get medical attention. Eye: flush with
large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes while holding
eyelids open. Get me dical attention if discomfort persists. Skin:
flush skin with water. Ingestion: so not induce vomiting.

immediately contact poison control or a physician.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
boiling pt: =131.1c, 268.F
vapor pres:
vapor density: n.D.

spec gravity: 1.105
evaporation rate & reference: n.D (butyl acetate)
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: red-orange liquid, mild odor.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: protect product from high moisture pickup
in storage.

hazardous decomposition products: incomplete combustion may produce
carbon monoxide and other harmful gases and vapors.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: spilled material may be recovered or recycled.

material must be disposed of in accordance with federal, state and
local regulations.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
minumum % wt: 65.

maxumum % wt: 75.

acgih stel: c127 mg/m3;c50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

MSDS CLGZF ETHYLENE GLYCOL TECH

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: not provided
routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye: can cause irritation. Symptoms
include stinging, tearing, redness, and swelling. Skin: may cause
mild skin irritation. Symptoms may include redness and burning.

although rare, skin contact with e thylene glycol may cause
allergic skin reaction. Passage of this material into body through
skin is possible and may add to toxic effects from breathing or
swallowing. Swallowing: small amounts durin g normal handling is
not likely to cause harmful effects. Swallowing large amounts may
be harmful causing liver, kidney, brain damage. Inhalation: small
amounts not likely to cause harmful effects. La rge amounts may be
harmful.

explanation of carcinogenicity: this material is not expected to cause
cancer in humans since it did not cause cancer in laboratory
animals. This material is not listed as a carcinogen by the
international agency for research on can cer, the national
toxicology program, or the occupational safety and health
administration.

effects of overexposure: signs and symptoms through breathing,
swallowing, and/or skin absorption may include: stomach or
intestinal upset (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea) irritation (nose,
throat, airways), cough, central nervou s system excitation
(giddiness, liveliness, light-headed feeling) followed by central
nervous system depression (dizziness, drowsiness, weakness,
fatigue, nausea, headache, unconsciousness) and other central
nervous system effects, involuntary eye movement, cyanosis (causes
blue coloring of the skin and nails from lack of oxygen), lung
edema (fluid buildup in the lung tissue), kidney and liver dam age,
convulsion, coma, and death.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: pre-existing disorders of lung,
liver, kidney, central nervous system

First Aid

First aid: eyes: flush gently with water for 15 minutes while holding
eyelids apart. Seek medical attention at once. Skin: remove
contaminated clothing. Wash exposed area with soap and water. If
symptoms persist , seek medical attention. Swallowing: do not
induce vomiting; aspiration hazard. If drowsy or unconscious, place
on left side with the head down. Seek medical attention.

inhalation: if symptoms develo p, immediately move individual away
from exposure and into fresh air. Seek immediate medical
attention. Keep person warm and quiet. If person is not breathing,
begin artificial respiration. If breath ing is difficult,
administer oxygen.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: v5
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 379-401f
melt/freeze pt: =-12.6c, 9.F
decomp temp: decomp text: not provided
vapor pres:
vapor density: 2.2@air=1
spec gravity: 1.114@68f
ph: no data
voc grams/liter: 9.28
viscosity: not provided
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear, viscous. Odor: mild sweet
percent volatiles by volume: 100
corrosion rate: not provided

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
avoid contact with: heat, strong acids, strong alkalies, strong
oxidizing agents.

stability condition to avoid: heat
hazardous decomposition products: may form: carbon dioxide and carbon
monoxide.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: destroy by liquid incineration in accordance
with applicable regulations. For assistance with your waste
management needs-including disposal, recycling and waste stream
reduction, contact ashland dist ribution company, ic&s
environmental services group at 800-637-7922.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: ethylene glycol
cas: 107-21-1
rtecs #: kw2975000
= wt: 100.

other rec limits: not provided
osha pel: c 50 ppm
acgih stel: c127 mg/m3;c50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb