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Aluminum Surface Cleaning Compound

NSN: 6850-01-096-2274 | Model: ALUMIPREP 33
ITAR Registered seal

A preparation of nonspecific chemicals compounded primarily for cleaning and brightening, by chemical action, aluminum surfaces, such as the unpainted exterior surface of aircraft.

NSN Properties and Flags
NATO Stock Number
6850-01-096-2274
DEMIL
Yes - ITAR Controlled
Physical Form
Liquid
Application Method
Brush
Quantity Within Each Unit Package
1.0 quarts
Final Form
Ready-to-use
Base Type
Acid
Reference Number Differentiating Characteristics
As differentiated by unit package type and quantity within each unit package

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NSN 6850-01-096-2274 Datasheet

Supply Class (FSC):
Miscellaneous Chemical Specialties
Cross Reference:
  • ALUMIPREP 33
  • ALUMIPREP 33
Cage Codes:
  • Henkel Corp (CAGE 71410)
  • Henkel Corp (CAGE 84063)
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:

    048580 - Cleaning/scouring/wash comp

  • 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:

    W - Rating variable

  • TCC:

    W - Corrosive materials, un class 8 (corrosive label)

NSN Management Codes:
  • SOS
    Sms
  • AAC
    H
  • Quantity per pack
    1
  • Unit of Measure
    Bx
  • Shelf Life
    N/A
  • Classification Control
    U
  • MGMT_CTL
    9B----V
  • Repariability

Questions & Answers:

What are the historical prices recorded for this stock number?
Historical data shows pricing from $469.40 to $782.33..
Does NSN 6850-01-096-2274 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 Navy, U.s. Coast Guard, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Czech Republic, Spain, Australia, and New Zealand
What is the NIIN of NSN 6850-01-096-2274?
010962274 or 01-096-2274
Does NSN 6850-01-096-2274 require demilitarization?
Yes - ITAR Controlled
What is the most recent solicitation for NSN 6850-01-096-2274?
No solicitations for this NSN.
When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?
Jun 15, 1980
MSDS

Material Safety

MSDS BGLPS ALUMIPREP 33

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: target organs: eyes, skin, respiratory
& gi tracts. Acute- corrosive to the skin, eyes & mucous membranes.

eye contact may cause severe irritation & burns. May be harmful or
fatal if absorbed through s kin. Contact with the skin; may cause
servere irritation and/or burns. Inhaling mist/vapors may cause
respiratory irritation. Ingestion may cause severe irritation &
burns of gi tract. Chronic- prolon ged or repeated ingestion may
cause fluoride poisoning.

explanation of carcinogenicity: no information available for product.

acgih rates potassium fluoride as a class a4-not classifiable as a
human carcinogen (related to fluorides).

effects of overexposure: eyes-severe irritation, burns, blindness.

skin-severe irritation, burns. Ingested-calcification of ligaments,
severe bone changes, painful movement, mottling of the teeth,
pulmonary fibrosis, anemia, anorexia, dental effects, possibly
death. Inhalation-upper airway edema, wheezing, pulmonary edema,
pnuemonitis, respiratory failure, fluorosis.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: skin irritation may be aggravated
in persons with existing skin lesions. Mists may aggravate acute or
chronic asthma or other respiratory diseases.

First Aid

First aid: eyes-rinse immediately with plenty of water for 15 minutes.

seek immediate medical attention. Skin-immediately remove
contaminated clothes. Flush with lots of water. Seek immediate
medical attention. Ingested-get immediate medical attention. Do
not induce vomiting! If conscious, give 1-2 glasses water or milk.

inhaled-remove to fresh air. Seek medical attention if symtoms
develop or persist.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: c1
boiling pt: >93.3c, 200.F
vapor pres: n/d
vapor density: n/d
volatile org content %: 14
spec gravity: 1.1 - 1.2
ph:
evaporation rate & reference: not determined
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear, colorless liquid - slight solvent odor
percent volatiles by volume: 40- 60

Transportation

===================== regulatory information =====================
sara title iii information: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether (cas#
111-76-2): sara 313 : form r reporting required for 1% deminimus
concentration. Phosphoric acid (cas # 7664-38-2): form r reporting
required for 1% deminimus concen tration. Sara 311/312: acute: yes;
chronic: yes; fire: yes; pressure: no; reactive: no.

federal regulatory information: this material is a rcra hazardous waste
d002, corrosive. Cercla: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether- statutory
rq=1 pound ( 0.454 kg). Phosphoric acid: final rq = 5000 lbs (2270
kg). All components are on the us epa tsca inventory list.

state regulatory information: no general product information. Component
analysis - state: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether cas #
111-76-2-ca-yes; fl-yes, ma-yes, nj-yes, pa-yes; phosphoric acd cas
# 7664-38-2- ca-yes, fl-yes, ma-yes, mn-yes, nj-yes, pa-yes;
potassium fluoride (related to fluorides) cas # 7789-23-3-- ca-yes,
fl-no, ma-no, mn-yes, nj-yes, pa-yes.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
this product may react with strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: keep away from heat, ignition sources and
incompatible materials.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and/or
low molecular weight hydrocarbons. May libertae hydrogen fluoride.

conditions to avoid polymerization: will not occur.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: disposal should be made in accordance with all
applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. This
material is a rcra hazardous waste d002, corrosive.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: 2-butoxyethanol
cas: 111-76-2
rtecs #: kj8575000
minumum % wt: 10.

maxumum % wt: 30.

other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: s, 50 ppm
acgih tlv: s, 25 ppm; 9596

ingred name: phosphoric acid (sara 313) (cercla)
cas: 7664-38-2
rtecs #: tb6300000
minumum % wt: 10.

maxumum % wt: 30.

other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: 1 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 1 mg/m3/3 stel; 9596
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: potassium fluoride
cas: 7789-23-3
rtecs #: tt0700000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 10.

other rec limits: none recommended
osha pel: 2.5 mg/m3 as f
acgih tlv: 2.5 mg/m3 as f

MSDS CKMSP ALUMIPREP 33

Hazards

Ld50 lc50 mixture: none identified for product as whole
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye contact: this product is severely
irritating and may cause irreversible damage including burns and
blindness. Skin contact: corrosive to skin. May cause severe
irritation and burns. The sensation may be delayed. Skin
absorption: a component may be harmful/fatal if absorbed through
the skin. Ingestion: may produce corrosive damage to gi tract.

large amounts may result in fluoride poisoning caus ing severe bone
changes, pain, pulmonary fibrosis, anemia, anorexia, dental effects
and possible death. Inhalation: may cause severe irritation, burns,
wheezing, pulmonary edema, pneumonitis. Repeated breathing may
cause fluorosis.

explanation of carcinogenicity: no information available for product.

acgih rates potassium fluoride as a class a4-not classifiable as a
human carcinogen (related to fluorides).

effects of overexposure: eye contact: this product is severely
irritating and may cause irreversible damage including burns and
blindness. Skin contact: corrosive to skin. May cause severe
irritation and burns. The sensation may be delayed. Ingestion: may
produce corrosive damage to gastrointestinal tract. Large amounts
may result in fluoride poisoning causing severe bone changes, pain,
pulmonary fibrosis, anemia, anorexi a, dental effects and possible
death. Inhalation: may cause severe irritation, burns, wheezing,
pulmonary edema, pneumonitis.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: pre-existing eye, skin and
respiratory disorders

First Aid

First aid: eyes-rinse immediately with plenty of water for 15 minutes.

seek immediate medical attention. Skin-immediately remove
contaminated clothes. Flush with lots of water. Seek immediate
medical attention. Ingested-get immediate medical attention. Do
not induce vomiting! If conscious, give 1-2 glasses of water or
milk. Never give anthing by mouth to a victim who is unconscious or
is having convulsions. inhaled-remove to fresh air. Seek medical
attention if symtoms develop or persist.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: c1
nrc/state lic num: not relevant
boiling pt: >93.3c, 200.F
melt/freeze pt: m.P/f.P text: not provided
decomp temp: decomp text: not provided
vapor pres: not determined
vapor density: n/d
volatile org content %: 14
spec gravity: 1.1 - 1.2
ph:
evaporation rate & reference: not determined
solubility in water: complete
appearance and odor: clear, colorless liquid - slight solvent odor
percent volatiles by volume: n/d
corrosion rate: not provided

Transportation

===================== regulatory information =====================
sara title iii information: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether (cas#
111-76-2): sara 313 : form r reporting required for 1% deminimus
concentration. Phosphoric acid (cas # 7664-38-2): form r reporting
required for 1% deminimus concen tration. Sara 311/312: acute: yes;
chronic: yes; fire: yes; pressure: no; reactive: no.

federal regulatory information: this material is a rcra hazardous waste
d002, corrosive. Cercla: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether- statutory
rq=1 pound ( 0.454 kg). Phosphoric acid: final rq = 5000 lbs (2270
kg). All components are on the us epa tsca inventory list.

state regulatory information: no general product information. Component
analysis - state: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether cas #
111-76-2-ca-yes; fl-yes, ma-yes, nj-yes, pa-yes; phosphoric acd cas
# 7664-38-2- ca-yes, fl-yes, ma-yes, mn-yes, nj-yes, pa-yes;
potassium fluoride (related to fluorides) cas # 7789-23-3-- ca-yes,
fl-no, ma-no, mn-yes, nj-yes, pa-yes.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
this product may react with strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: keep away from heat, ignition sources and
incompatible materials.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and/or
low molecular weight hydrocarbons. May libertae hydrogen fluoride.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: disposal should be made in accordance with all
applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. This
material is a rcra hazardous waste d002, corrosive.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: phosphoric acid
cas: 7664-38-2
rtecs #: tb6300000
minumum % wt: 10.

maxumum % wt: 30.

other rec limits: niosh twa: 1 mg/m3
osha pel: 1 mg/m3
osha stel: 3 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 1 mg/m3
acgih stel: 3 mg/m3
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: ethylene glycol n-butyl ether
cas: 111-76-2
rtecs #: kj8575000
minumum % wt: 10.

maxumum % wt: 30.

other rec limits: niosh twa: 24mg/m3
osha pel: 240 mg/m3;50 ppm
acgih tlv: 121 mg/m3;25 ppm

ingred name: potassium fluoride
cas: 7789-23-3
rtecs #: tt0700000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 10.

other rec limits: niosh: 2.5mg/m3 (f)
osha pel: 2.5 mg/m3 as f
acgih tlv: 2.5 mg/m3 as f