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Polyurethane Coating

NSN: 8010-00-007-4550 | Model: M83286-1-4-14097

A coating material in which the basic film-forming component is polyurethane, oil modified polyurethane, or resin modified polyurethane. It may be pigmented.

NSN Properties and Flags
NATO Stock Number
8010-00-007-4550
DEMIL
NO
Specific Use
Aircraft surfaces
Application Method
Spraying as is
Quantity Within Each Unit Package
2.000 gallons
Content Within Each Unit Package
Consists of 1 gallon of component a (pigmented polyester resin) and 1 gallon of component b (clear aliphatic isocyanate) to equal 2 gallons
Gloss Designation
Gloss
Nonvolatile Material Minimum Percentage
52.0
Coloring Method
Pigmented
Basic Formulation Type
Resin modified polyurethane
Rated Drying Time
2.000 hours
Color Chip Number
14097
Volatile Organic Compound In Grams Per Liter
600.0
Color
Green
Nondefinitive Specification/std Data
1 type and 4 kit

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NSN 8010-00-007-4550 Datasheet

Supply Class (FSC):
Related Products Varnishes Dopes Paints
Cross Reference:
  • M83286-1-4-14097
  • MIL-C-83286
  • MIL-C-81773
Cage Codes:
  • Military Specifications (CAGE 81349)
Schedule B & Trade:
  • Schedule B: 3909506000 (NAICS 325211)

    Polyurethanes, except elastomeric

  • SITC: 57545

    Polyurethanes, in primary forms

  • End Use: 12500

    Plastic materials

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:

    043940 - Chemicals noi

  • 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

  • TCC:

    R - Flammable liquids, un class 3 (flammable liquids label)

  • LTL:

    W - Rating variable

NSN Management Codes:
  • SOS
    Gsa
  • AAC
    Y
  • Quantity per pack
    4
  • Unit of Measure
    Kt
  • Shelf Life
    24 mo.
  • Classification Control
    U
  • MGMT_CTL
    9q----f
  • Repariability

Questions & Answers:

What are the historical prices recorded for this stock number?
Historical data shows pricing from $222.39 to $370.64..
Does NSN 8010-00-007-4550 have a shelf life?
No. There is no shelf life applicable for this NSN.
What NATO entities are users of this NSN?
Brazil, Spain, Republic Of Korea, Portugal, Greece, and Turkey
What is the NIIN of NSN 8010-00-007-4550?
000074550 or 00-007-4550
Does NSN 8010-00-007-4550 require demilitarization?
Yes - ITAR Controlled
What is the most recent solicitation for NSN 8010-00-007-4550?
No solicitations for this NSN.
When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?
Jul 06, 1972
MSDS

Material Safety

MSDS BHCWL POLYURETHANE 14097, ID 03GN085

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: vapors are irritating to
eyes,nose, & throat. May cause headaches, difficult breathing
and loss of consciousness.

chronic: prolonged contact will cause dr ying/cracking of the skin
due to defatngaction. Skin sensitization, asthma or other allergic
responses may develop.

effects of overexposure: inhl: irritation of the respiratory
tract,nervous system depress.,headaches,
dizziness,consciousness or coma.Skin: swelling,redness,& rash. Eye:
tearing, redness, & swelling accompanied by sting ing sensation.

ingst: possible corrosiveaction in the mouth,stomach tissue, &
digstv tract.Vomiting may cause aspiration
medical cond aggravated by exposure: asthma and other respiratory
disorders. Skin skin allergies, eczma, and dermititis.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: move to fresh air away from exposure. Restore
breathing. Asthmatic type symptoms may develop. Skin: remove
contaminated clothing,wash affected areathoroughly w/soap & water.

wash contamin ated clothing before reuse.Eye: flushw/clean lkewarm
wtr for 15mins.(low press),lifting eye lids.Ingst: donot induce
vomiting. Donot give anything to an unconscious person.Get medical
attention.

Chemical Properties

Boiling pt: b.P. Text: 175-313f
vapor density: > air
evaporation rate & reference: 2.44 x n-butyl acetate
appearance and odor: green liquid with solvent odor
percent volatiles by volume: 54.6

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
stability condition to avoid: high temperatures, sparks, or open flames
hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, &
oxides of nitrogen

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of in accordance w/federal,state, &
local regulations. Empty containers must be handled withcare, due
to product residue & flammable vapor. donot incinerate closed
containers.

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: 2-ethoxyethyl acetate (cellosolve acetate) (egeea)
cas: 111-15-9
rtecs #: kk8225000
fraction by wt: 25%
osha pel: s,100 ppm
acgih tlv: s, 5 ppm; 9192

ingred name: n-butyl acetate (sara iii)
cas: 123-86-4
rtecs #: af7350000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 150 ppm/200 stel
acgih tlv: 150 ppm/200stel;9192
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: methyl ethyl ketone (2-butanone) (mek) (sara iii)
cas: 78-93-3
rtecs #: el6475000
fraction by wt: 20%
osha pel: 200 ppm/300 stel
acgih tlv: 200 ppm/300stel 9192
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: propylene glycol methyl ether acetate
(vapor pressure 3.6 mm hg)
cas: 108-65-6
rtecs #: ai8925000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: none established
acgih tlv: none established

ingred name: dibutyltin dilaurate
(vapor pressure 0.2 mm hg)
cas: 77-58-7
rtecs #: wh7000000
fraction by wt:
acgih tlv: .1 mg/m3

MSDS BHCWM ALIPHATIC ISOCYANATE 14097,ID 03GN085CAT

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: vapors are irritating to
eyes,nose, & throat. May cause headaches, difficult breathing
and loss of consciousness. Chronic: results of previous
repeated overexposure or single large do se, individuals will
develop isocyanatesensitization which will cause them to react to a
later exposure of isocyanate.

effects of overexposure: inhl: irrit. To respiratory tract/acute nervous
system depression charact. By
following;hdache,dizziness,staggering
gait,confusion,unconsciousness or coma. skin/eye: can cause
irritation,swelling,r edness,rash,tearing,stinging
sensation.Ingest: can result in irritation in mouth,stomach
tissue,digestive tract.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: asthma & any other respiratory
disorders. skin allergies, exzema, & dermititis. Isocyanate
sensitization.

First Aid

First aid: inhalation: move away from further exposure. Restore
breathing. Obtain medical attention. Skin: remove contaminated
clothing, wash affected area w/soap & waterwash contained clothing
before reuse. Ey e: flush w/clean lukwarm water for 15min(low
press.)lifting eye lids. Ingst: donot induce vomiting. Donot give
anything to an unconscious person. Obtain medical attention
immediately.

Chemical Properties

Boiling pt: b.P. Text: 175-313f
vapor density: > air
evaporation rate & reference: 3.56 x n-butyl acetate
appearance and odor: liquid with solvent odor
percent volatiles by volume: 76.8

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
water, amines, strong bases, alcohols, metal compounds and surface
active materials.

stability condition to avoid: contact w/moisture, material which react
w/isocyanates and high temperatures.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, &
oxides of nitrogen

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose in accordance w/federal, state, and
local regulations. Empty containers must be handled w/care due
to product residue & flammable vapors. Do not incinerate closed
containers.

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: methyl isobutyl ketone (sara iii)
cas: 108-10-1
rtecs #: sa9275000
fraction by wt: 10%
osha pel: 100 ppm/75 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm/75 stel; 9293
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: 2-ethoxyethyl acetate (cellosolve acetate) (egeea)
cas: 111-15-9
rtecs #: kk8225000
fraction by wt: 5%
osha pel: s,100 ppm
acgih tlv: s, 5 ppm; 9192

ingred name: toluene (sara iii)
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 200 ppm/150 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: aliphatic isocyanate
cas: 28182-81-2
rtecs #: nq9170000
fraction by wt: 30%

ingred name: 1,6-diisocyanatohexane (hexamethylene diisocyanate)
cas: 822-06-0
rtecs #: mo1740000
other rec limits: 0.02 ppm
acgih tlv: 0.005 ppm; 9192
epa rpt qty: 1 lb
dot rpt qty: 1 lb

ingred name: n-butyl acetate (sara iii)
cas: 123-86-4
rtecs #: af7350000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 150 ppm/200 stel
acgih tlv: 150 ppm/200stel;9192
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: xylenes (o-,m-,p- isomers) (sara iii)
cas: 1330-20-7
rtecs #: ze2100000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 100 ppm/150 stel
acgih tlv: 100 ppm/150stel;9192
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: methyl ethyl ketone (2-butanone) (mek) (sara iii)
cas: 78-93-3
rtecs #: el6475000
fraction by wt: 45%
osha pel: 200 ppm/300 stel
acgih tlv: 200 ppm/300stel 9192
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

MSDS BMPWS POLYURETHANE MIL-C-83286, 14097 PC 03GN085

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: inhal: resp tract irrit/acute nerv sys
depression. Skin: irrit, skin sensitization, asthma/other allergic
responses. Eye: irrit. Skin absorption: prolong/repeat--moderate
irrit. Ingest: irrit, possibl e corrosive action in mouth &
intestinal tract. Vomiting may cause aspiration of solvent
resulting in chem pneumonitis.

effects of overexposure: inhal: headache, dizziness, staggering gait,
confusion, unconsciousness or coma. Skin: swelling, redness, rash.

eye: tearing, redness, swelling w/stinging. Skin absorption:
drying, defatting, skin cra cking.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: asthma and any other respiratory
disorders. Skin allergies, eczema and dermatitis.

First Aid

First aid: inhal: move to fresh air. Restore breathing. Asthmatic type
symptoms may develop (immed/delayed by hrs). Get med attn. Skin:
remove contam cloth. Wash w/soap & water. Wash contam cloth before
reuse. E yes: flush w/clean lukewarm water (low pressure) at least
15 min, occasionally lifting eyelids. Get med attn. Ingest: do no
induce vomiting. Do not give anything to an unconscious person get
med attn.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f3
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 169 to 338f
vapor density: > air
spec gravity: 1.16
viscosity: *
evaporation rate & reference: 2.02 x n-butyl acetate
appearance and odor: green liquid with solvent odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 54.6

Reactivity

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

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures, sparks or open flames.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and
oxides of nitrogen.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: waste must be disposed in accordance w/federal,
state & local environmental control regulations. Empty containers
must be handled w/care due to product residue & flammable vapor. Do
not incinerate clo sed cntnrs. Epa hzd waste #d001, f003, and f005.

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: ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate (vapor pressure .7 mm hg)
cas: 763-69-9
rtecs #: uf3325000
fraction by wt: 25%
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: n-butyl acetate (vapor pressure 8.4 mm hg)
cas: 123-86-4
rtecs #: af7350000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 150 ppm/200 ppm stel
acgih tlv: 150 ppm/200 ppm stel
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: ethyl acetate (vapor pressure 86 mm hg)
cas: 141-78-6
rtecs #: ah5425000
fraction by wt: 10%
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 400 ppm
acgih tlv: 400 ppm
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: methyl ethyl ketone (sara 313) (vapor pressure 70.2 mm hg)
cas: 78-93-3
rtecs #: el6475000
fraction by wt: 10%
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 200 ppm/300 ppm stel
acgih tlv: 200 ppm/300 ppm stel
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: pmge acetate (vapor pressure 3.8 mm hg)
cas: 108-65-6
rtecs #: ai8925000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: recomm tlv 100 ppm

ingred name: dibutyltin dilaurate (vapor pressure .2 mm hg)
cas: 77-58-7
rtecs #: wh7000000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified
acgih tlv: .1mg/m3/.2mg/m3 stel

ingred name: voc: 494 g/l
rtecs #: 9999999vo
other rec limits: none specified

MSDS BMPWT CAT, MIL-C-83286, 14097, PC 03GN085CAT

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: inhal: resp tract irrit/acute nerv sys
depres. Skin: irrit. Eyes: irrit. Skin absorption: prolong/repeat--
defatting. Ingest: irrit, corrosive in mouth, digestive tract.

vomiting may cause aspiration (solvent)--chem pneumonitis. Some
(previous overexpos) develop isocyanate sensitization. React to
isocyanates below tlv.

effects of overexposure: inhal: headache, dizziness, staggering gait,
confusion, unconsciousness, coma. Difficult breathing. Skin:
swelling, redness, rash. Eye: tearing, redness, swelling
w/stinging. Skin absorp: drying, skin cracking. Ingestion: medical
cond aggravated by exposure: asthma and any other respiratory
disorders. Skin allergies, eczema and dermatitis. Isocyanate
sensitization.

First Aid

First aid: inhal: move to fresh air. Restore breathing. Asthmatic type
symptoms may develop (immed or delayed by hrs). Get med attn. Skin:
remove contam clothing. Wash w/soap & water. Wash contam clothing
before reuse. Eyes: flush w/clean lukewarm water (low pressure) 15
min, occasion lifting eyelids. Get med attn. Ingest: don't induce
vomiting. Don't give anything to an unconscious person. Get medical
attn.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f3
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 175 to 338f
vapor density: > air
spec gravity: 0.90
viscosity: *
evaporation rate & reference: 3.54 x n-butyl acetate
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: amber liquid with solvent odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 76.9

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
water, amines, strong bases, alcohols, metal compounds and surface
active materials.

stability condition to avoid: contact with moisture, material which
react with isocyanates and high temperatures.

hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and
oxides of nitrogen, traces of hcn and hdi.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose in accordance w/federal, state & local
environmental control regulations. Empty containers must be handled
w/care, due to product residue & flammable vapor. Do not incinerate
closed containers . Epa hazardous waste #: d001, f003, f005.

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: hexamethylene diisocyanate (hdi) (vapor pressure 0 mm hg)
(free monomer content less than 0.7% based on resin solids *
cas: 28182-81-2
rtecs #: nq9170000
fraction by wt: 30%
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: *at time of mfr. After 3-6 mo storage, free monomer content
may rise max 1.6% . Acgih proposed tlv of .005ppm twa **
rtecs #: 9999999zz
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: **in the notice of intended changes for 1987-88. Mobay
recommends a ceiling level of 0.02 ppm)
rtecs #: 9999999zz
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: n-butyl acetate (vapor pressure 8.4 mm hg)
cas: 123-86-4
rtecs #: af7350000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 150 ppm/200 ppm stel
acgih tlv: 150 ppm/200 ppm stel
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: xylene (sara 313) (vapor pressure 21 mm hg)
cas: 1330-20-7
rtecs #: ze2100000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 100 ppm/150 ppm stel
acgih tlv: 100 ppm/150 ppm stel
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: toluene (sara iii)
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
fraction by wt:
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 200 ppm/150 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate (sara 313) (vapor pressure .7 mm
hg)
cas: 763-69-9
rtecs #: uf3325000
fraction by wt: 5%
other rec limits: none specified

ingred name: methyl isobutyl ketone (sara 313) (vapor pressure 15 mm hg)
cas: 108-10-1
rtecs #: sa9275000
fraction by wt: 10%
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 100 ppm/75 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm/75 stel; 9293
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: methyl ethyl ketone (sara 313) (vapor pressure 70.2 mm hg)
cas: 78-93-3
rtecs #: el6475000
fraction by wt: 45%
other rec limits: none specified
osha pel: 200 ppm/300 ppm stel
acgih tlv: 200 ppm/300 ppm stel
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: voc: 633 g/l
rtecs #: 9999999vo
other rec limits: none specified