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Sealing Compound

NSN: 8030-00-007-8337 | Model: AMS-S-8802

A chemical composition formulated for coating or for filling voids, cracks, joints or seams of objects and/or materials to exclude foreign matter and/or prevent the transmission of fluids therethrough. It is not designed to act as a primer coating or to be sanded or ground after application. It cannot be wiped off. For items which are specifically compounded to provide electrical insulating characteristics, use insulating compound, electrical. Excludes caulking compound; gasket cement; corrosion preventive compound; cement, iron and steel; plumbing fixture setting compound; preservative coating, rubber and textile treating compounds.

NSN Properties and Flags
NATO Stock Number
8030-00-007-8337
DEMIL
NO
Physical Form
Liquid
Quantity Within Each Unit Package
50.000 gallons
Specific Usage Design
For aircraft integral fuel tanks and fuel cell cavities
Features Provided
Separate catalyst
Rated Drying Time
40.000 hours
Special Features
Service temperature range of minus 65 degrees f to plus 250 degrees f; for brush application; polysulfide; 2 hour working time
Material
Rubber synthetic
Supplementary Features
50 gallons base and required amount of curing agent in separate containers
Specification Data
81343-ams-s-8802 professional/industrial association standard
Nondefinitive Specification/std Data
2 type and a-2 class
Recent Solicitations
Solicitation Return by Date Buyer Code Quantity
SPE8ES16T2247 2016-01-19 PEPCE 1 KT

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NSN 8030-00-007-8337 Datasheet

Supply Class (FSC):
Preservative And Sealing Compounds
Cross Reference:
  • AMS-S-8802
  • PR-1440 A-2
  • WS-8020 A-2
  • CS3204 A-2
  • AC-236 A-2
  • AMS-S-8802 TY2CLA-2
  • P/S 890 A-2
  • EC-801
  • MIL-S-8802 TY2CLA-2
  • MIL-S-8802
  • 46000226
Cage Codes:
  • Society Of Automotive Engineers Inc (CAGE 81343)
  • Desoto International, Inc. Prc (CAGE 83574)
  • Royal Adhesives & Sealants Llc (CAGE 4YBA4)
  • Flamemaster Corporation, The (CAGE 14439)
  • 3m Company (CAGE 1DWR5)
  • 3m Company (CAGE 04963)
  • General Services Administration (CAGE 80244)
  • Military Specifications (CAGE 81349)
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation (CAGE 98897)
Schedule B & Trade:
  • Schedule B: 3214100010 (NAICS 325520)

    Caulking compounds

  • SITC: 53354

    Glaziers' putty; grafting putty; resin cement, caulking compounds and other mastics; painters' fillings; nonrefractory surfacing preparations

  • End Use: 13210

    Shingles, molding, wallboard

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:

    149610 - Caulking/glaziers compounds noi

  • WCC:

    620 - Paint, in individual containers less than 10 cubic ft

  • 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:

    B - Construction materials: includes paint and related materials, prefabricated building, wood products, metal and composition mater

  • LTL:

    T - 55.0

  • TCC:

    Z - No special type of cargo code applicable

NSN Management Codes:
  • SOS
    Gsa
  • AAC
    H
  • Quantity per pack
    No qup
  • Unit of Measure
    Kt
  • Shelf Life
    9 mo.
  • Classification Control
    U
  • MGMT_CTL
    1202--1
  • 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 $9,355.14 to $15,591.91..
Does NSN 8030-00-007-8337 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 Air Force, U.s. Marine Corps, Department Of The Navy, General Services Administration, Brazil, Argentina, Singapore, Canada, France, Germany, Republic Of Korea, and Turkey
What is the NIIN of NSN 8030-00-007-8337?
000078337 or 00-007-8337
Does NSN 8030-00-007-8337 require demilitarization?
Yes - ITAR Controlled
What is the most recent solicitation for NSN 8030-00-007-8337?
Solicitation SPE8ES16T2247 for qty 1 on 12/31/1969
When was this national stock number assigned to the federal catalog?
Jul 12, 1972
MSDS

Material Safety

MSDS BCVCT GC-408 CLASS A

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: eye,skin: irritation;inhale: dizziness due to
toluene.

First Aid

First aid: inhale: remove to fresh air;skin,eyes: flush w/large amount of
water;ingest: administer emetic. Call dr.Note: wash skin after each
use with soap and water.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f4
spec gravity: 1.47
appearance and odor: light to dark grey when mixed; mercaptan

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
stability condition to avoid: temperatures above 300 f
hazardous decomposition products: so*2,h*2s, and other sulfur compounds

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: mfr recm genteral trash disposal. Dispose iaw
fed.,state & local codes.

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: calcium carbonate (marble) (limestone)
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
fraction by wt: 31.2%
osha pel: 15 mg/m3 tdust
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3 tdust; 9192

ingred name: polysulfide
fraction by wt: 56.2%

ingred name: toluene (sara iii)
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
fraction by wt: 12.6%
osha pel: 200 ppm/150 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: thiram (sara iii)
cas: 137-26-8
rtecs #: jo1400000
fraction by wt: 0.20%
osha pel: 5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 1 mg/m3; 9192
epa rpt qty: 10 lbs
dot rpt qty: 10 lbs

ingred name: manganese dioxide (as manganese)
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
osha pel: c,5 mg/m3/1 fume twa
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3 dust/1 fume

MSDS BCVCV GC-408 CLASS A

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: eye,skin: irritation;inhale: dizziness due to
toluene in base compoun(when mixing,or using)

First Aid

First aid: inhale: remove to fresh air;skin,eyes: flush with large amounts
of water;ingestion: administer emetic.Call physician.Note: wash skin
after each use with soap and water.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f3
spec gravity: 1.47
appearance and odor: black;mercaptan odor

Reactivity

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

stability condition to avoid: avoid elevated temperatures(above 400f).

hazardous decomposition products: so*2,h*2s, and other sulfur compounds

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: considered by mfg to be non-hazardous trash(when
mixed);dispose in full regulatory compliance.If catalyst not
mixed,the plasticizer should be noted for disposal compliance.

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: manganese dioxide (as manganese)
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
fraction by wt: 52.1%
osha pel: c,5 mg/m3/1 fume twa
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3 dust/1 fume

ingred name: p-terphenyl(terphenyl-plasticizer)
cas: 92-94-4
rtecs #: wz6475000
fraction by wt: 38.5%
acgih tlv: 1 ppm

ingred name: guanidine, 1,3-diphenyl(diphenyl guanidine)
cas: 102-06-7
rtecs #: mf0875000
fraction by wt: 9.4%

MSDS BCVCW EC-801B FUEL TANK SEALER (A-2)

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: eye: irrit. Skin: defatting/dermatitis. Vapors:
headache, nausea, dizziness.

First Aid

First aid: eye: flush with water 15 min,call a physician.Skin: wash with
soap and water. Inhalation: provide fresh air.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f4
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 175f/79c
vapor pres: 80
vapor density: 2.5
spec gravity: 1.4
evaporation rate & reference: 2.7 (ether)
solubility in water: slight
appearance and odor: black liquid - solvent odor
percent volatiles by volume: 10

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
hazardous decomposition products: co,co2,sulfur compound

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: send to hazardous waste management facility.

dispose in a secure landfill. Epa hazardous waste number d-001.

local,state and federal regulations comply.

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 ethyl ketone (2-butanone) (mek) (sara iii)
cas: 78-93-3
rtecs #: el6475000
fraction by wt: 10%
osha pel: 200 ppm/300 stel
acgih tlv: 200 ppm/300stel 9192
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: carbon black
cas: 1333-86-4
rtecs #: ff5800000
osha pel: 3.5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 3.5 mg/m3; 9192

ingred name: polusulfide rubber

ingred name: calcium carbonate (marble) (limestone)
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
osha pel: 15 mg/m3 tdust
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3 tdust; 9192

ingred name: phenolic resin

MSDS BCVCX EC-801A ACCELERATOR CLASS A & B

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: eye: irritation. Skin: irritation. Prolonged
contact may prod systemic problems from absorption.

First Aid

First aid: eye: flush with water 15 min,call a physician.Skin: wash with
soap and water. Launder contaminated clothing before reuse.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f4
boiling pt: b.P. Text: >600f/315c
vapor pres:
spec gravity: 2.8
solubility in water: negligible
appearance and odor: brown paste - slight odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
contact with reducing agents.

hazardous decomposition products: co,co2,& smoke particals.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose in a secure landfill at a hazardous
waste management facility. Epa hazardous waste number d-008. Comply
wirh 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: lead peroxide (lead dioxide), (osha pel from 29cfr
1910.1025)
cas: 1309-60-0
rtecs #: og0700000
fraction by wt:
osha pel: 0.05 mg/m3 (pb)
acgih tlv: 0.15 mg/m3(pb); 8990

ingred name: fatty acid bodying agent

ingred name: terphenyl plasticizer

MSDS BCVCY CS3204, CLASS A-2, MIL-S-8802D, PART A

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: avoid eye contact or prolonged skin contact.

First Aid

First aid: eye: immediately flush w/water for 15 minutes. Call md if
necessary. Skin: wash thoroughly w/mild soap & water.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f4
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 450f
vapor pres: 2.

vapor density: 3.1
spec gravity: 1.42
evaporation rate & reference: 0.02 toluene
solubility in water: negligible
appearance and odor: off white paste, polysulfide odor.

percent volatiles by volume: 10.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
sulfuric, nitric, & hydrochloric acids.

hazardous decomposition products: none

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: sanitary landfill in accordance 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: toluene (sara iii)
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
fraction by wt: 10%.

osha pel: 200 ppm/150 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: lp-32 liquid polysulfide polymer (mfr-thiokol corporation,
chemical division)

MSDS BCVCZ CS3204, CLASS A-2, MIL-S-8802D, PART B

Hazards

Effects of overexposure: acute-none known to frm: chronic-manganese
poisoning affecting the central nervous system.

First Aid

First aid: eye: immediately flush w/water at least 15 minutes. Call md.

skin: wash thoroughly w/soap & water.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f4
boiling pt: b.P. Text: 995f
spec gravity: 4.2
solubility in water: negligible
appearance and odor: fine black powder-odorless

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
do not heat or rub w/easily oxidizable material.

hazardous decomposition products: no

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose in accordance w/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: manganese dioxide (as manganese)
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
osha pel: c,5 mg/m3/1 fume twa
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3 dust/1 fume

MSDS BGVHX PR-1440, A-2 (ALL CLASSES/TYPES), PART A

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: no
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eyes/skin: irritation. Inhalation:
although the main hazard of manganese compounds is by breathing
dust. Ingestion should be avoided as a precaution against manganese
poisoning. Symptoms of manganese poisoning are weakness &
sleepiness.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none
effects of overexposure: eyes/skin: irritation. Inhalation: although the
main hazard of manganese compounds is by breathing dust. Symptoms
of manganese poisoning are weakness & sleepiness.

First Aid

First aid: eyes: flush with luke warm water for 15 mins. If symptoms
persist, consult physician. Inhalation: remove to fresh air. If
symptoms are present consult physician. Ingestion: consult
physician.

Chemical Properties

Spec gravity: 1.95
solubility in water: negligible
percent volatiles by volume: none

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
easily oxidizable materials
hazardous decomposition products: oxides of carbon & nitrogen, manganese
compounds.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: not a hazardous waste according to epa
regulations. Consult state regulations prior to disposal of
spillage.

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: manganese dioxide
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op3500000
osha pel: 5 mg/cum
acgih tlv: 5 mg/cum (mn)

MSDS BGVHY PR-1440, A-2 (ALL CLASSES/TYPES) PART B

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eyes/skin: irritation. May cause
allergic skin rash in sensitized individuals. Inhalation:
irritation to nose & throat, headache, fatigue, confusion,
dizziness, drowsiness, numbness & unconsciousness. Prolonged
exposure can cause liver & kidney damage. Ingestion: may cause
nausea, vomiting, liver & kidney damage.

explanation of carcinogenicity: none
effects of overexposure: eyes/skin: irritation. May cause allergic skin
rash in sensitized individuals. Inhalation: irritation to nose &
throat, headache, fatigue, confusion, dizziness, drowsiness,
numbness & unconsciousness, prolonged exposure can cause liver &
kidney damage. Ingestion: may cause nausea & vomiting.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: allergic skin rash.

First Aid

First aid: eyes: flush with luke warm water for 15 mins. If symptoms
persist, consult physician. Skin: wash with soap & water. If
symptoms persist, consult physician. Inhalation: remove to fresh
air. If symptoms are present consult physician. Ingestion: consult
physician.

Chemical Properties

Hcc: f2
spec gravity: 1.41
solubility in water: slight
percent volatiles by volume: 15%

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
strong oxidizing agents
hazardous decomposition products: oxides of carbon, so2, traces of h2s.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: epa waste no. D-oo1. Dispose of spillage in
compliance with federal and state 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: methyl ethyl ketone (2-butanone) (mek) (sara iii)
cas: 78-93-3
rtecs #: el6475000
other rec limits: 200 ppm
osha pel: 200 ppm/300 stel
acgih tlv: 200 ppm/300stel 9192
epa rpt qty: 5000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 5000 lbs

ingred name: toluene (sara iii)
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
other rec limits: 100 ppm
osha pel: 200 ppm/150 stel
acgih tlv: 50 ppm; 9293
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: phenolic resin w/formaldehyde
cas: 9003-35-4

MSDS CLGKG AC-236 CLASS A BASE

Hazards

Health hazards acute and chronic: emergency overview: ingestion may
cause nausea, vomiting, pain, upset stomach, dirarrhea. May cause
mechanical eye irritation. Do not swallow.

effects of overexposure: eye contact: causes severe irritation. Can
cause burning sensation, tearing, and redness. Skin contact: may
cause slight to mild irritation. Prolonged or repeated contact may
dry the skin and lead to irritation. May be absorbed through the
skin. Inhalation: irritation to the eyes, nose, and respiratory
tract. Can cause dizziness, headaches, and incoordination. Nausea,
vomiting, and stomach upset c an occur. Ingestion: irritation to
the eyes, nose, and respiratory tract. Can cause dizziness,
headaches, and incoordination. Nausea, vomiting, and stomach upset
can occur. Ingestion: irritation to th e mouth, throat, and
stomach. May cause
medical cond aggravated by exposure: nervous system. Skin.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention. Skin contact:
immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated clothing and
shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professtionally wash clothing and shoes before reuse.Inhalation:
remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek immediate medical
attention. If not breathing, give a rtificial respiration.

ingestion: seek medical attention. Immediately induce vomiting, as
directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an
unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Spec gravity: 1.31
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: offwhite, sulifide odor

Reactivity

Y-immediate heatlh hazard, y-delayed heatlh hazard.

state regulatory information: pennsylvenia-new jersey r-t-k limestone
1317-65-3 38.5, toluene 108-88-3 13.0, calcium carbonate 471-34-1
3, titanium dioxide 13463-67-7 2.2, formaldehyde 50-00-0
california warning this product contains a chemical known to the
state of california to cause cancer and birth defects or other
reproductive harm toluene 108-88-3 13.0, quartz 14808-60-7
formaldehyde 50-00-0

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: disposal: when a decision is made to discard
this material as supplied, it meets rcra's charecteristics
definition of ignitiability. General statements: federal
regulations may apply to empty containe r. State and/or local
regulations may be different. General recommendations: of the
methods of dispo sal currently available, it is recommended that an

Ingredients List

Ingred name: limestone
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
= wt: 38.5
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: toluene
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
= wt: 13.

osha pel: see table z-2
acgih tlv: 188 mg/m3;50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: calcium carbonate
cas: 471-34-1
rtecs #: ff9335000
= wt: 3.


ingred name: titanium dioxide
cas: 13463-67-7
rtecs #: xr2275000
= wt: 2.2
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: formaldehyde
cas: 50-00-0
rtecs #: lp8925000
< wt: .1
osha pel: see 1910.1048
acgih stel: c0.37 mg/m3;c0.3 ppm
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

MSDS CLGKT AC-236 ACCELERATOR

Hazards

Health hazards acute and chronic: emergency overview: may cause allergic
skin reaction and sensitization. Inhalation may cause dizziness.

headache and incoordination. May cause moderate eye irritation. May
cause respiratory tract irri tation. May cause digestive tract
irritation. Ingestion may cause nausea, vomiting, pain, upset
stomach, diarrhea. May cause skin irritation.

effects of overexposure: eye contact: may cause moderate irritation.

skin contact: may cause slight to mild irritation. May cause
allergic skin reactions and sensitization. Inhalation: irritating
to the eyes, nose, and respir atory tract. Can cause dizziness,
headaches, and incoordination. Ingestion: irritating to the mouth,
throat, and stomach. May cause nausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach
upset. `
medical cond aggravated by exposure: liver, kidneys, lungs, and
respiratory system. Skin. Immune systems and/or specific chemical
allergies.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

skin contact: immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated
clothing and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professionally wash clothing and shoes before re-use. Inhalation:
remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek immediate medical
attention. If not breathing, give artificial respiration.

ingestion: seek medical attention. Immediately induce vomiting.

direct treatment at preventing absorption, administering to
symptoms, supportive therapy.

Chemical Properties

Vapor pres: 0.1mm hg
vapor density: >1
spec gravity: 2.1
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: black paste distinct odor

Reactivity

Y-immediate health hazard, y-delayed health hazard
federal regulatory information: ozone-depleting chemicals-no regulated
ingredients. Sara section 302 extremely hazardous mat-no regulated
ingredients. Sara section 313 toxic chemicals manganese oxide.

chemical listing-listed on the following coun
state regulatory information: pennsylvenia-new jersey r-t-k manganese
oxide 1313-13-9, terphenyl, hydrogenated 61788-32-7,
1,3-diphenylquanidine 102-06-7, terphenyl 26140-60-3, ethoxylated
nonylphenol phosphate51811-79-1, sodium h ydroxide 1310-73-2.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: disposal: dispose in accordance with all local,
state, and federal regulations. General statements: federal
regulations may apply to empty container. State and/or local
regulations may be different. G eneral recommendations: of the
methods of disposal currently available, it is recommended that an
al ternative be selected according to the following o

Ingredients List

Ingred name: manganese oxide
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
= wt: 66.4
osha pel: c5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3

ingred name: terphenyl, hydrogenated
cas: 61788-32-7
rtecs #: wz6535000
= wt: 22.7
acgih tlv: 4.9 mg/m3;0.5 ppm

ingred name: 1,3-diphenylguanidine
cas: 102-06-7
rtecs #: mf0875000
= wt: .7

ingred name: terphenyl
cas: 26140-60-3
rtecs #: wz6450000
= wt: 4.8
osha pel: c9 mg/m3;c1 ppm
acgih stel: c5 mg/m3;c0.53 ppm

ingred name: ethoxylated nonylphenol phosphate
cas: 51811-79-1
code: f
= wt: 2.9

ingred name: sodium hydroxide
cas: 1310-73-2
rtecs #: wb4900000
= wt: 1.4
osha pel: 2 mg/m3
acgih stel: c2 mg/m3
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: non-hazardous and other ingredients below reportable
levels.

= wt: 0.

MSDS CLKGC AC-236 ACCELERATOR

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
health hazards acute and chronic: chronic effects: liver, kidneys,
nervous system. Blood and/or blood-forming organs. Lungs and
respiratory system. Reproductive system (and reproductive effects).

eyes. Skin. Immune system, (e.G., alle rgic reactions).

effects of overexposure: eye contact: may cause moderate irritation
skin contact: may cause slight to mild irritation. May cause
allergic skin reactions and sensitizations. inhalation
(breathing): irritating to the eyes, no se, and respiratory tract.

can cause dizziness, headache, and incoordination. Ingestion
(swallowing): irritating to the mouth. May cause nausea, vomiting,
pain, and stomach upset (e.G., diarrhea)
medical cond aggravated by exposure: liver, kidneys, lungs and
respiratory system. Skin. Immune system and/or specific chemical
allergies.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

skin contact: immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated
clothin g and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professionally wash clothing and shoes before re-use. inhalation
(breathing): remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek
immediate medic al attention. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. ingestion (swallowing): seek medical attention:
immediately induce vomiting, as directed by medical personnel.

never give anything by mout h to an unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Vapor pres: 0.1 mm hg
vapor density: >1
spec gravity: 2.1
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: black paste and distant odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers, acids
stability condition to avoid: high temperatures
hazardous decomposition products: smoke, soot, and toxic/irritating
fumes (i.E., carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc). Formaldehyde
and/or other aldehydes. Oxides of nitrogen, metallic oxides.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of according to applicable local, state
and federal regulations of the methods of disposal currently
available, it is recommended that an alternative be according or
the following order of pre ference. Based upon environmental
acceptability. (1) recycle or rework, if feasible; (2) incinerate
at an authorized facility.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: manganese oxide
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
= wt: 66.4
osha pel: c5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3

ingred name: hydrogenated terphenyl
cas: 61788-32-7
rtecs #: wz6535000
= wt: 22.7
acgih tlv: 4.9 mg/m3;0.5 ppm

ingred name: 1,3-diphenylguanidine
cas: 102-06-7
rtecs #: mf0875000
= wt: .7

ingred name: terphenyl
cas: 26140-60-3
rtecs #: wz6450000
= wt: 4.8
osha pel: c9 mg/m3;c1 ppm
acgih stel: c5 mg/m3;c0.53 ppm

ingred name: ethoxylated nonylphenol phosphate
cas: 51811-79-1
= wt: 2.9

ingred name: sodium hydroxide
cas: 1310-73-2
rtecs #: wb4900000
= wt: 1.4
osha pel: 2 mg/m3
acgih stel: c2 mg/m3
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: non-hazardous and other ingredients below reportable levels

MSDS CLKHJ AC-236 CLASS A BASE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
health hazards acute and chronic: liver, kidneys, nervous system, eyes.

skin
effects of overexposure: eye contact: causes severe irritation. Can
cause burning sensation, tearing, and redness. skin contact: may
cause slight to mild irritation. Prolonged or repeated contact may
dry the skin and lead to irritation (i.E. Dermatitis) may be
absorbed through the skin. inhalation (breathing): irritation to
the mouth, throat, and stomach. Can cause dizziness, headaches, and
incoordination, nausea, vomi ting, and stomach upset can occur.

ingestion (swallowing): irritation to the mouth, throat, and
stomach. May cause nausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach upset (e.G.

diarrhea). Can cause dizziness, fain tness, headache, and
incoordination.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: nervous system, skin

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

skin contact: immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated
clothin g and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professionally wash clothing and shoes before re-use. inhalation
(breathing): remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek
immediate medic al attention. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. ingestion (swallowing): seek medical attention:
immediately induce vomiting, as directed by medical personnel.

never give anything by mout h to an unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Spec gravity: 1.31
voc pounds/gallon: 183
voc grams/liter: 1.5
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: off-white paste and sulfide odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers, reducers, strong bases, acids
stability condition to avoid: high temperatures
hazardous decomposition products: smoke, soot, and toxic/irritating
fumes (i.E., carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc). Formaldehyde
and/or other aldehydes. Oxides of sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, low
molecular weight hydrocarbons.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose of according to applicable local, state
and federal regulations of the methods of disposal currently
available, it is recommended that an alternative be according or
the following order of pre ference. Based upon environmental
acceptability. (1) recycle or rework, if feasible; (2) incinerate
at an authorized facility.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: limestone
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
= wt: 38.5
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: calcium carbonate
cas: 471-34-1
rtecs #: ff9335000
= wt: 3.


ingred name: titanium dioxide
cas: 13463-67-7
rtecs #: xr2275000
= wt: 2.5
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: formaldehyde
cas: 50-00-0
rtecs #: lp8925000
< wt: .1
osha pel: see 1910.1048
acgih stel: c0.37 mg/m3;c0.3 ppm
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

ingred name: toluene
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
= wt: 13.

osha pel: see table z-2
acgih tlv: 188 mg/m3;50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

MSDS CLKPP AC-236 ACCELERATOR

Hazards

Reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye contact: may cause moderate
irritation. skin contact: may caus slight to mild irritation. May
cause allergic skin reactions and sensitization. inhalation
(breathing): irritating to the eyes, no se, and respiratory tract.

can cause dizziness, headaches, and incoordination. ingestion
(swallowing): irritating to the mouth, throat, and stomach. May
cause nausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach upse t. Target
organs/chronic effects: liver, kidneys, nervous system, blood
and/or blood-forming organs. Lungs and respiratory system.

reproductive system (and reproductive effects). Eyes, skin, immune
system, (allergic reactions).

effects of overexposure: emergency overview: may cause allergic skin
reaction and sensitization. Inhalation may cause dizziness,
headache and incoordination. May cause moderate eye irritation. May
cause respiratory tract irr itation. May cause digestive tract
irritation. Ingestion may cause nausea, vomiting, pain, upset
stomach, diarhea, may cause skin irritation.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: liver, kidneys, lungs and
respiratory system. Skin, immune systems and/or specific chemical
allergies.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

skin contact: immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated
clothi ng and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professionally wash clothing and shoes before re-use. inhalation
(breathing): remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek
immediate medi cal attention. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. ingestion: seek medical attetion. Immediately induce
vomiting, as directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by
mouth to an uncon scious person.

Chemical Properties

Vapor pres: 0.1 mm hg
vapor density: >1
spec gravity: 2.1
evaporation rate & reference: ,1 (butyl acetate)
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: black paste distinct odor

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers, acids.

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: collection and disposal: stop discharge, if safe
to do so. Use proper protective equipment. Cover spills with
absorbent clay or sawdust and place in closed chemical waste
containers. Dispose of accord ing to applicable local, state and
federal regulations. reporting: spills of this material in exces s
of a components rq must be reported to the natio

Ingredients List

Ingred name: manganese oxide
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
= wt: 66.4
osha pel: c5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3

ingred name: terphenyl, hydrogenated
cas: 61788-32-7
rtecs #: wz6535000
= wt: 22.7
acgih tlv: 4.9 mg/m3;0.5 ppm

ingred name: 1,3-diphenylguanidine
cas: 102-06-7
rtecs #: mf0875000
= wt: .7

ingred name: terphenyl
cas: 26140-60-3
rtecs #: wz6450000
= wt: 4.8
osha pel: c9 mg/m3;c1 ppm
acgih stel: c5 mg/m3;c0.53 ppm

ingred name: ethoxylated nonylphenol phosphate
cas: 51811-79-1
code: f
= wt: 2.9

ingred name: sodium hydroxide
cas: 1310-73-2
rtecs #: wb4900000
= wt: 1.4
osha pel: 2 mg/m3
acgih stel: c2 mg/m3
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: non-hazardous and other ingredients below reportable levels

MSDS CLNBG AC-236 CLASS A BASE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye contact: causes severe
irritation.Can cause burning sensation, tearing, and redness.Skin
contact: may cause slight to mild irritation.Prolonged or repeated
contact may dry the skin and lead to irr itation may be absorbed
through the skin. Inhalation: irritation to the eyes, nose, and
respiratory tract. Can cause dizziness, headaches, and
incoordination, nausea, vomiting, and stomach upset can o ccur.

ingestion: (swallowing): irritation to the mouth, throat, and
stomach, may cause nausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach upset can
cause dizziness, faintness, headache, and incoordination. Target
org ans/chronic effects: liver, kidneys, eye
medical cond aggravated by exposure: nervous system, skin.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15
minutes. Get medical attention. Skin contact: flush with water.

remove contaminated clothing and shoes. Inhalation: remove to fresh
air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. Get medical
attention. Ingestion: seek medical attention. Immediately induce
vomiting as directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by
mouth to unc onscious person.

Chemical Properties

Spec gravity: 1.31
voc pounds/gallon: 183
voc grams/liter: 1.5
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: off-white paste/liquid sulfide
percent volatiles by volume: 87%

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers. Reducers. Strong bases. Acids.

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures.

hazardous decomposition products: smoke, soot, and toxic/irritating
fumes (i.E., carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc.) formaldehyde
and/or other aldehydes. Oxides of sulfur. Hydrogen sulfide. Low
molecular weight hydrocarbons.

conditions to avoid polymerization: will not occur.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: when a decision is made to discard this material
as supplied, it meets rcra's characteristic definition of
ignitability.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: limestone
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
minumum % wt: 30.

maxumum % wt: 40.

osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: toluene
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
minumum % wt: 10.

maxumum % wt: 20.

osha pel: see table z-2
acgih tlv: 188 mg/m3;50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: calcium carbonate
cas: 471-34-1
rtecs #: ff9335000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 5.


ingred name: titanium dioxide
cas: 13463-67-7
rtecs #: xr2275000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 5.

osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: formaldehyde
cas: 50-00-0
rtecs #: lp8925000
< wt: .1
osha pel: see 1910.1048
acgih stel: c0.37 mg/m3;c0.3 ppm
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

MSDS CLPFC AC-236 CLASS A BASE

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye contact: causes severe irritation.

can cause burning sensation, tearing, and redness. Skin contact:
may cause slight to mild irritation. Prolonged or repeated contact
may dry the skin and lead to irritation (i.E. Dermatitis). May be
absorbed through the skin. Inhalation (breathing): irritation to
the eyes, nose, and respiratory tract. Can cause dizziness,
headaches, and incoordination. Nausea, vomiting, and stomach upset
can occur. Ingestion (swallowing): irritation to the mouth, throat,
and stomach. May cause nausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach upset
(e.G., diarrhea). Can cause dizziness, faintness, headache, and
incoordinati
medical cond aggravated by exposure: nervous system, skin. Treatment
should be directed at preventing absorption, administering to
symptoms, providing supportive therapy.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention. Skin contact:
immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated clothing and
shoes, get medica l attention if irritation persists.. Inhalation:
remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek immediate attention.

ingestion (swallowing): seek medical attention, immediately induce
vomiting, as di rected by medical personnel. Never give anything by
mouth to an unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Spec gravity: 1.31
voc pounds/gallon: 183
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: off-white paste/ liquid, sulfide odor
corrosion rate: 1.31

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers. Reducers. Strong bases. Acids.

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures.

hazardous decomposition products: smoke, soot, and toxic/irritating
fumes(i.E., carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc.). Formaldehyde
and/or other aldehydes. Oxides of sulfur. Hydrogen sulfide. Low
molecular weight hydrocarbons.

conditions to avoid polymerization: will not occur.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: when a decision is made to discard this material
as supplied, it meets rcra's characteristic definition of
ignitability. Federal regulations may apply to empty container.

state and/or local regulation s may be different.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: limestone
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
= wt: 38.5
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: toluene
cas: 108-88-3
rtecs #: xs5250000
= wt: 13.

osha pel: see table z-2
acgih tlv: 188 mg/m3;50 ppm
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: calcium carbonate
cas: 471-34-1
rtecs #: ff9335000
= wt: 3.


ingred name: titanium dioxide
cas: 13463-67-7
rtecs #: xr2275000
= wt: 2.2
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: formaldehyde
cas: 50-00-0
rtecs #: lp8925000
< wt: .1
osha pel: see 1910.1048
acgih stel: c0.37 mg/m3;c0.3 ppm
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

MSDS CLQVD AC-236 ACCELERATOR

Hazards

Routes of entry: inhalation: yes skin: yes ingestion: yes
reports of carcinogenicity: ntp: no iarc: no osha: no
health hazards acute and chronic: eye contact: may cause moderate
irritation. Skin contact: may cause slight to mild irritation. May
cause allergic skin reactions and sensitization. Inhalation
(breathing): irritating to the eyes, nose and respiratory tract.

can cause dizziness, headaches, and incoordination. Ingestion
(swallowing): irritating to the mouth, throat, and stomach. May
cause nausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach upset (e .G., diarrhea).

effects of overexposure: emergency overview: may cause allergic skin
reaction and sensitization. Inhalation may cause dizziness,
headache and incoordination. May cause moderate eye irritation. May
cause respiratory tract irri tation. May cause digestive tract
irritation. Ingestion may cause nausea, vomiting, pain, upset
stomach, diarrhea. May cause skin irritation.

medical cond aggravated by exposure: liver. Kidneys. Lungs and
respiratory system. Skin. Immune systems and/or specific chemical
allergies.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eye with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention. Skin contact:
immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated clothing and
shoes. Get medical attention.Inhalation (breathing): remove to
fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek immediate medical attention.

ingestion (swallowing): seek medical attention. Immediately induce
vomiting, as directed b y medical personnel. Never give anything by
mouth to an unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Vapor pres: 0.1 mm hg
vapor density: >1
spec gravity: 2.1
evaporation rate & reference:
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: black paste distinct
percent volatiles by volume: 100%

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers, acids.

stability condition to avoid: high temperatures.

hazardous decomposition products: smoke, soot, and toxic/irritating
fumes (i.E., carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, etc.). Oxides of
nitrogen. Metallic oxides.

conditions to avoid polymerization: will not occur.

Proper Disposal

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

Ingredients List

Ingred name: sodium hydroxide
cas: 1310-73-2
rtecs #: wb4900000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 5.

osha pel: 2 mg/m3
acgih stel: c2 mg/m3
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: terphenyl, hydrogenated
cas: 61788-32-7
rtecs #: wz6535000
minumum % wt: 20.

maxumum % wt: 30.

acgih tlv: 4.9 mg/m3;0.5 ppm

ingred name: 1,3-diphenylguanidine
cas: 102-06-7
rtecs #: mf0875000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 5.


ingred name: terphenyl
cas: 26140-60-3
rtecs #: wz6450000
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 5.

osha pel: c9 mg/m3;c1 ppm
acgih stel: c5 mg/m3;c0.53 ppm

ingred name: polyoxyethylene nonyl phenyl phosphate
cas: 51811-79-1
minumum % wt: 1.

maxumum % wt: 5.


ingred name: manganese oxide
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
minumum % wt: 60.

maxumum % wt: 70.

osha pel: c5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3

MSDS CLRTN AC-236 CLASS B BASE

Hazards

Health hazards acute and chronic: chronic: lungs and respiratory system.

effects of overexposure: eye contact: may cause mechanical irritation
skin contact: incidental contact is not expected inhalation
(breathing): exposure is unlikely ingestion (swallowing): exposure
is unlikely, may cause n ausea, vomiting, pain, and stomach upset
(e.G., diarrhea)
medical cond aggravated by exposure: lungs and respiratory system.

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for
at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

skin contact: immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated
clothin g and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professionally wash clothing and shoes before re-use. inhalation
(breathing): remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek
immediate medic al attention. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. ingestion (swallowing): seek medical attention:
immediately induce vomiting, as directed by medical personnel.

never give anything by mout h to an unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Spec gravity: 1.61
voc pounds/gallon: 487
voc grams/liter: .4
solubility in water: insoluble
appearance and odor: off-white paste and sulfide odor.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
hazardous decomposition products: oxidizers, reducers, acids.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose in accordance with all local, state, and
federal regulations. federal regulations may apply to empty
container. State and/or local regulations may be different. Based
upon environmental accep tability. (1) recycle or rework, if
feasible; (2) incinerate at an authorized facility; or (3) treat
at an acceptable waste treatment facility.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: formaldehyde
cas: 50-00-0
rtecs #: lp8925000
< wt: .1
osha pel: see 1910.1048
acgih stel: c0.37 mg/m3;c0.3 ppm
epa rpt qty: 100 lbs
dot rpt qty: 100 lbs

ingred name: non hazardous ingredients and other ingredients below
reportable levels

ingred name: calcium carbonate
cas: 471-34-1
rtecs #: ff9335000
= wt: 3.


ingred name: titanium dioxide
cas: 13463-67-7
rtecs #: xr2275000
= wt: 2.5
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

ingred name: limestone
cas: 1317-65-3
rtecs #: ev9580000
= wt: 38.5
osha pel: 15 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 10 mg/m3

MSDS CLRTQ AC-236 ACCELERATOR

Hazards

Health hazards acute and chronic: liver, kidneys, nervous system, blood
and/or blood forming organs. Lungs and respiratory system (and
reproductive effects). Eyes. Skin. Immune system (e.G., allergic
reaction).

effects of overexposure: eye contact: may cause moderate irritation.

skin contact: may cause slight to mild irritation, may cause
allergic skin reactions and sensitization, inhalation (breathing)
irritating to the eyes, nos e, and respiratory tract. Can cause
dizziness, headaches, and incoordination. ingestion (swallowing)
irritating to the mouth, throat, and stomach. May cause nausea,
vomiting, pain and stomach upset ( e.G., diarrhea).

medical cond aggravated by exposure: liver, kidneys, lungs and
respiratory system. Skin. Immune systems and/or specific chemical
allergies

First Aid

First aid: eye contact: immediately flush area with plenty of water for
at least 15 minute. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

skin contact: immediately flush with water. Remove contaminated
clothin g and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

professionally wash clothing and shoes before re-use. inhalation
(breathing): remove to fresh air. If symptoms develop, seek
immediate medic al attention. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. ingestion (swallowing): seek medical attention:
immediately induce vomiting, as directed by medical personnel.

never give anything by mout h to an unconscious person.

Chemical Properties

Vapor density: >1
spec gravity: 2.1
evaporation rate & reference:
appearance and odor: black paste and distant odor.

Reactivity

Stability indicator/materials to avoid: yes
oxidizers. Acids
stability condition to avoid: high temperatures.

Proper Disposal

Waste disposal methods: dispose in accordance with all local, state, and
federal regulations. Based upon environmental acceptability. (1)
recycle or rework, if feasible; (2) incinerate at an authorized
facility; or (3) treat at an acceptable waste treatment facility.

Ingredients List

Ingred name: sodium hydroxide
cas: 1310-73-2
rtecs #: wb4900000
= wt: 1.4
osha pel: 2 mg/m3
acgih stel: c2 mg/m3
epa rpt qty: 1000 lbs
dot rpt qty: 1000 lbs

ingred name: polyoxyethylene nonyl phenyl phosphate
cas: 51811-79-1
= wt: 2.9

ingred name: manganese oxide
cas: 1313-13-9
rtecs #: op0350000
= wt: 66.4
osha pel: c5 mg/m3
acgih tlv: 5 mg/m3

ingred name: terphenyl, hydrogenated
cas: 61788-32-7
rtecs #: wz6535000
= wt: 22.7
acgih tlv: 4.9 mg/m3;0.5 ppm

ingred name: 1,3-diphenylguanidine
cas: 102-06-7
rtecs #: mf0875000
= wt: .7

ingred name: terphenyl
cas: 26140-60-3
rtecs #: wz6450000
= wt: 4.8
osha pel: c9 mg/m3;c1 ppm
acgih stel: c5 mg/m3;c0.53 ppm

ingred name: non hazardous ingredients and other ingredients below
reportable levels