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MSDS  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.          BLASTER
            Dielectric Tune-Up Grease

MSDS Number: DTG             Revision Date: 05/15/2007

Part 1

   1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


   Product Name:  Dielectric Tune-Up Grease
   Revision Date: 05/15/2007
   MSDS Number:   DTG
   Product Code:  5G-DTG

   Manufacturer:  The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.
                  8500 Sweet Valley Drive
                  Valley View, Ohio 44125


                  (216) 901-5800
                  (216) 901-5801 fax
                  www.blasterproducts.com


   2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


   IF PRESENT, IARL, NTP AND OSHA CARCINOGENS AND CHEMICAL SUBJECT TO THIS
   REPORTING. REQUIREMENTS OF SARA TITLE III, SECTION 313 ARE IDENTIFIED IN 
   THIS SECTION.
                   CAS NUMBER
   (NON HAZARDOUS) COMPONENTS
      POLYDIMETHYLSILOXANE        63148-62-9       85 TO 95%


      PROPRIETARY COMPONENTS  N.J.T.S.R.N.
                   80100362-5004P          5 to 10 %
                   80100362-5014P          5 to 10 %
                   80100362-5057p          1 to 5 %


   3.  HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


   Route of Entry:   Eyes, skin, inhalation, ingestion
   Target Organs:
   Inhalation:       Inhalation of spray mist may cause irritation to the
                     respiratory tract.
   Skin Contact:     Repeated or prolonged contact with skin may cause mild
                     irritation and possibly dermatitis.
   Eye Contact:      Likely to cause immediate or delayed irritation. 
                     Irritation will show as redness and/or swelling of the     
                     eyes.
   Ingestion:        Ingestion may cause irritation to the mouth, esophagus
                     and stomach. May cause abdominal pain, vomiting, dizziness 
                     and headaches.


   4. FIRST AID MEASURES


   Inhalation:     Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial
                   respiration.
                   If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Continue to monitor.
                   Get medical attention.
   Skin Contact:   Remove contaminated clothing immediately! Wash skin with 
                   soap and water.
                   If irritation develops, seek medical attention.
   Eye Contact:    Flush eye(s) with water for 15 minutes. Get medical          
                   attention. If eye irritation persists, obtain medical        
                   treatment.
   Ingestion:      Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention or advice.


   5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


   Flash Point:                   570 F
   Flash Point Method:            ASTM D-92
   Burning Rate:                  not determined
   Auto ignition:                 not determined
   LEL:                           not determined
   UEL:                           not determined
   Flammability Classification:   not determined


   Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, water fog, foam, carbon dioxide
   Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Treat as oil fire. Use self contained
   breathing apparatus.


   6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


   In case of spill or release, avoid vapors and ignition sources. Use
   appropriate protective devices and absorbents. Stop and contain the 
   discharge if it can be done safely. Keep out of drains and waterways. 
   Handle with trained personnel only. Notify authorities as required by law.


   7. HANDLING AND STORAGE


   Handling Precautions:    Use in accordance with good industrial workplace
                            practices. Avoid unnecessary contact. Wash          
                            thoroughly after handling.
                            Use with good ventilation.
   Storage Requirements:    Keep containers tightly closed and in a cool well-
                            ventilated place. Always store this material in     
                            closed labeled containers.
                            Store away from strong oxidizers.


   8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION


   Engineering Controls:   Eye wash stations should be immediately available.
   Protective Equipment:   Eyes and Face: Standard safety glasses should offer
                           adequate protection.


                           Skin and clothing: Excessive contact should be       
                           avoided. Nitrile gloves, boots and aprons will       
                           provide adequate protection when contact cannot be   
                          avoided. Remove and wash any contaminated
                           clothing immediately. Wash thoroughly after handling.


                           Respiratory: Good general ventilation should be
                           sufficient to control airborne levels. Maintain      
                           airborne concentrations below OSHA established       
                           exposure limits of ingredients in Section 2.
   Exposure Guidelines/Other:  The Blaster Chemical Companies takes no
                           responsibility for determining what measures are     
                           required for personal protection in any
                           specific application. This information should be 
                           used with discretion.


   9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


   Appearance:         Translucent white
   Physical State:     paste             Boiling Point:         not determined
   Odor:               mild              Freezing/Melting Pt:   not determined
   pH:                 not determined    Solubility:            insoluble
   Vapor Pressure:     not determined    Spec Grav./Density:    1.03
   Vapor Density:      not determined


   Heat Value:            not determined
   VOC:                   not determined
   Evap. Rate:            not determined
   Bulk Density:          not determined
   Octanol:               not determined
   Molecular Weight:      not determined
   Particle Size:         not applicable
   Softening Point:       not determined
   Viscosity:             not determined
   Percent Volatile:      not determined
   Sat. Vap. Concentrat:  not determined
   Molecular Formula:     not determined


  10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


   Stability:             This product is stable.


   Conditions to Avoid:   Avoid excessive heat, sources of ignition and
                          excessive water.


   Materials to avoid (incompatibility):  Avoid strong oxidizers


   Hazardous Decomposition products:  Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide, Metallic
                                      and Sulfur Compounds


   Hazardous Polymerization:          Will not occur.


  11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


   Toxicological information on this product as a mixture has not been
   determined. See Section 15 for reportable ingredients.


  12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION


   Ecological information on this product as a mixture has not been determined.


  13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


   Used or unused product should be disposed of in accordance with local, state
   and federal regulations.


   Empty containers may contain residual pressure and contents.  They should be
   handled with the same precautions as the product.


  14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION


   DOT HAZARDOUS CLASSIFICATION:  NOT REGULATED GREASE OR OIL  - N.O.S.


  15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

       This product is not known to contain any SARA, Title III, Section 313
       Reportable Chemicals at or greater than 1.0% (0.1% for carcinogens.)

  16. OTHER INFORMATION


   Manufacturer's Disclaimer:
   To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate.
   However, neither The Blaster Chemical Companies  nor any of its subsidiaries 
   assumes any liability whatsoever
   For the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein.
   Final determination of suitability of any material is the sole responsibility
   of the user. All materials may present unknown hazards and should be used   
   with caution. Although certain hazards are described herein, we cannot   
   guarantee that these are the only hazards which exists.


   HMIS Ratings
      Health      1
      Fire:       1
      Reactivity  1




             END OF MSDS DOCUMENT


   MSDS  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
      The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc     BLASTER
           Engine Oil Conditioner
   MSDS Number:  ECO         Revision Date: 05/15/2007

   Part 2


   1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


   Product Name:       Engine Oil Conditioner
   Revision Date:      05/15/2007
   MSDS Number:        EOC
   Product Code:       2-EOC




   Manufacturer:       The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.
                       8500 Sweet Valley Drive
                       Valley View, Ohio  44125


                       (216) 901-5800
                       (216) 901-5801 fax
                       www.blasterproducts.com


   2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


   IF PRESENT, IARL, NTP AND OSHA CARCINOGENS AND CHEMICAL SUBJECT TO THIS
   REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF SARA TITLE III, SECTION 313 ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS 
   SECTION.
                       CAS NUMBER          %
   (NON HAZARDOUS) COMPONENTS
   PETROLEUM OIL        64742-65-0       85 TO 95


   PROPRIETARY COMPONENTS:   N.J.  T.S.R.N.
                             80100362-5050P        1 TO 5
                             80100362-5051P        1 TO 5
                             80100362-5057P        0.5 TO 1
                             80100362-5008         5 TO 10


   3.  HAZARDS  IDENTIFICATION


   Route of Entry:     Eyes, skin, inhalation, ingestion
   Target organs:
   Inhalation:         Inhalation of spray mist may cause irritation to the
                       respiratory tract.
   Skin Contact:       Repeated or prolonged contact with skin may cause mild
                       irritation and possibly dermatitis.
   Eye Contact:        Likely to cause immediate or delayed irritation.         
                       Irritation will show as redness and/or swelling of the   
                       eyes.
   Ingestion:          Ingestion may cause irritation to the mouth, esophagus
                       and stomach.
                       May cause abdomen pain, vomiting, dizziness and          
                       headaches.


   4. FIRST AID MEASURES


   Inhalation:         Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial
                       respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen.     
                       Continue to monitor. Get medical attention.
   Skin Contact:       Remove contaminated clothing immediately! Wash skin with 
                       soap and water. If irritation develops,  seek medical    
                       attention.
   Eye Contact:        Flush eye(s) with water for 15 minutes. Get medical      
                       attention. If eye irritation persist, obtain medical     
                       treatment.                       
   Ingestion:          Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention or advice.


   5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


   Flash Point:                   280 F
   Flash Point Method:            ASTM D-92
   Burning Rate:                  not determined
   Auto ignition Temperatures:    not determined
   LEL:                           not determined
   UEL:                           not determined
   Flammability Classification:   not determined


   Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical, water fog, foam, carbon dioxide
   Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Treat as oil fire. Use self contained
   breathing apparatus.


   6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


   In case of spill or release, avoid vapors and ignition sources. Use
   appropriate protective devices and absorbents. Stop and contain the discharge
   if it can be done safely. Keep out of drains and waterways. Handle with   
   trained personnel only. Notify authorities as required by law.


   7. HANDLING AND STORAGE


   Handling Precautions:   Use in accordance with good industrial workplace
                           practices. Avoid unnecessary contact.
                           Wash thoroughly after handling. Use with good
                           ventilation.
   Storage Requirements:   Keep containers tightly closed and in a cool well-
                           ventilated place. Always store this material in      
                           closed labeled containers.
                           Store away from strong oxidizers.


   8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION


   Engineering Controls:   Eye wash stations should be immediately available.
   Protective Equipment:
                           Eyes and Face: Standard safety glasses with splash
                           shields typically offer adequate protection. Where   
                           excessive splashing or spraying is possible, a face  
                           shield should be used.


                           Skin and clothing: excessive contact should be       
                           avoided. Nitrile gloves, boots and aprons will       
                           provide adequate protection when contact cannot be   
                           avoided. Remove and wash any contaminated clothing   
                         immediately. Wash thoroughly after handling.


                           Respiratory: Good general ventilation should be
                           sufficient to control airborne levels. Maintain      
                           airborne concentrations below OSHA established       
                           exposure limits of ingredients in Section 2.
   Exposure Guidelines/Other:  The Blaster Chemical Companies takes not
                           responsibility for determining what measures are     
                           required for personal protection in any specific     
                           application.  This information should be used with   
                           discretion.


   9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


   Appearance:         clear red
   Physical State:     liquid            Boiling Point:        not determined
   Odor:               mild petroleum    Freezing/Melting Pt:  not determined
   pH:                 not determined    Solubility:           insoluble
   Vapor Pressure:     not determined    Spec Grav./Density:   0.88
   Vapor Density:      not determined


   Heat Value:            not determined
   VOC:                   not determined
   Evap. Rate:            not determined
   Bulk Density:          not determined
   Octanol:               not determined
   Molecular Weight:      not determined
   Particle Size:         not applicable
   Softening point:       not determined
   Viscosity:             not determined
   Percent Volatile:      nil
   Sat. Vap. Concentrat:  not determined
   Molecular Formula:     not determined


  10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


   Stability:             This product is stable.
                         
   Conditions to avoid:   Avoid excessive heat, sources of ignition and
                          excessive water.

   Materials to avoid (incompatibility): Avoid strong oxidizers


   Hazardous Decomposition products:  Carbon Monoxide, Carbon Dioxide,
                                      Metallica and Sulfur Compounds


   Hazardous Polymerization:          Will not occur


  11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


   Toxicological information on this product as a mixture has not been
   determined. See Section 15 for reportable ingredients.


  12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

       Ecological information on this product as a mixture has not been
       determined.

  13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


   Used or unused product should be disposed of in accordance with local, state
   and Federal regulations.


   Empty containers may contain residual pressure and contents. They should be
   handled with the same precautions as the product.


  14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION


   DOT HAZARDOUS CLASSIFICATION: NOT REGULATED GREASE OR OIL - N.O.S.


  15. REGULATORY INFORMATION


   This product is not known to contain any SARA, Title III, Section 313
   Reportable Chemicals at or greater than 1.0% (0.1% for carcinogens).


  16.  OTHER INFORMATION


   Manufacturer's Disclaimer:
   To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate.
   However, neither The Blaster Chemical  Companies nor any of its subsidiaries
   assumes any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the
   information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any
   material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present
   unknown hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are
   describer herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards which
   exists.


   HMIS Ratings
      Health:     0
      Fire:       1
      Reactivity  0


             END OF MSDS DOCUMENT




   MSDS  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
      The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.         BLASTER
       Small Engine Tune-Up
      MSDS Number: SET - aerosol         Revision Date: 4/25/07
      

   1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


   Product Name:  Small Engine Tune-Up
   Revision Date: 4/25/07
   MSDS Number:   SET - aerosol
   Product Code:  16-SET, 8-SET-S. SET-TS

   Part 3


   Manufacturer:  The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.
                  8500 Sweet Valley Drive
                  Valley View, Ohio  44125


                  (216) 901-5800
                  (216) 901-5801 fax
                  www.blasterproducts.com


   2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


   Ingredients:


   Cas #          Chemical Name                                Perc.
   64742638       Distillates, petroleum, solvent-dewaxed      <50%
   8032324        VM & P Naphtha                               <30%
   67630          Isopropyl alcohol                            <20%
   1330207        Xylene                                        <3%
   9003138        Poly{oxy (methyl-1,2-ethanediyl)}, .alpha     <1%
   124389         Carbon dioxide (propellant)                   <2%


   3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


   Route of Entry:     Eyes, skin, inhalation, ingestion
   Target Organs:
   Inhalation:         Inhalation of spray mist may cause irritation to the
                       respiratory tract.
   Skin Contact:       Repeated or prolonged contact with skin may cause mild
                       irritation and possibly dermatitis.
   Eye Contact:        Likely to cause immediate or delayed irritation such as
                       swelling and redness.
   Ingestion:          Ingestion is likely to cause irritation to the mouth,
                       esophagus and stomach.


   May aggravate a pre-existing skin and respiratory disorders.


   Physical Hazard:    Aerosol containers are pressurized (even when empty!)    
   Do not expose to temperatures above 120 degrees F. 
   Do not puncture or burn can. Failure to observe these precautions may result 
   in rapid and violent decompression of the container producing                
   projectiles and atomization of the liquid contents.


   Notice: Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational
   overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage.
   Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling
   the contents may be harmful or fatal.


   4. FIRST AID MEASURES

        Inhalation:    Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give
                       artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give  
                       oxygen. Continue to monitor. Get medical attention.
        Skin Contact:  Remove contaminated clothing immediately! Wash skin with
                       soap and water. If irritation develops, seek medical     
                       attention.
        Eye Contact:   Flush eye(s) with water for 15 minutes. Get medical
                       attention. If eye irritation persist, obtain medical     
                       treatment.
        Ingestion:     Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention
                       immediately.

   5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


   Flashpoint: 78 degrees F  (TCC)


   Extinguishing Media: Dry chemical. Carbon dioxide, or foam.


   Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazard: Level 3 Aerosols - Contents Under Pressure

   6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

   Leaking aerosol cans should be put into suitable containers until the
   internal pressure has dissipated. Use suitable absorbents to collect liquid
   product. Consult regulations for the proper disposal of the container, liquid
   and absorbents.


   7. HANDLING AND STORAGE


   Handling Precautions:  Use in accordance with good industrial workplace
                          practices. Avoid unnecessary contact. Wash thoroughly 
                          after handling. Use with good ventilation.


   Storage Requirements:  Store in a dry place away from excessive heat.
                          Store containers with lids on and properly labeled.

                          Do not store at temperatures above 120 degrees F.


   8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION


   Engineering Controls:   Eye wash stations and emergency showers should be
                           immediately available.


   Protective Equipment:   Eyes and Face: Standard safety glasses with splash
                           shields typically offer adequate protection. Where   
                           excessive splashing or spraying is possible, a face  
                           shield should be used.


                           Skin and clothing: Excessive contact should be       
                           avoided. Neoprene gloves, boots and aprons will      
                           provide adequate protection when contact cannot be   
                          avoided. Remove and wash any contaminated clothing    
                         immediately. Wash thoroughly after handling.


                           Respiratory: Good general ventilation should be
                           sufficient to control airborne levels. Maintain      
                           airborne concentrations below OSHA established       
                           exposure limits of ingredients in Section 2.


   Exposure Guidelines/Other:  The Blaster Chemical Companies takes no
                               responsibility for determining what measures are 
                               required for personal protection in any
                               specific application. This information should be 
                               used with discretion.


   9.  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


   Appearance:        Red, viscous, oily
   Physical State:    liquid                Boiling Point:       Not Determined
   Odor:              Moderate aliphatic    Freezing/Melting Pt: Not Determined
   pH:                Not Determined        Solubility:          nil
   Vapor Pressure:    Not Determined        Spec Grav./Density:  0.85 = 0.86
   Vapor Density:         Not Determined
   Heat Value:            Not Determined
   VOC:                   Not Determined
   Evap. Rate:            Not Determined
   Bulk Density:          Not Determined
   Octanol:               Not Determined
   Molecular Weight:      Not Determined
   Particle Size:         Not Applicable
   Softening Point:       Not Applicable
   Viscosity:             Not Determined
   Percent Volatile:      Not Determined
   Sat. Vap. Concentrat:  Not Determined
   Molecular Formula:     Not Determined




  10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


   Stability:            This product is stable.


   Conditions to avoid:  Avoid excessive heat, sources of ignition and
                         excessive water.


   Materials to avoid (incompatibility):   Avoid contact with strong
                                           oxidizing agents and strong
                                           reducing agents (strong acids or     
                                           bases). Avoid mixture with water.


   Hazardous Decomposition products:  Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and
                                      various hydrocarbons


   Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur


  11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

        Toxicological information on this product as a mixture has not been
        determined. See Section 15 for reportable ingredients.

  12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
         Ecological information on this product as a mixture has not been
         determined.

  13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


   Used or unused product should be disposed of in accordance with local, state
   and federal regulations. Some special regulations may exist for the disposal
   of aerosol containers.


   Empty containers may contain residual pressure and contents. They should be
   handled with the same precautions as the product.


  14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION


   Dept of Transportation (DOT):


   This product, as it leaves Blaster's facilities, meets the definitions set
   forth in CFR 49 part 173.150c as a "consumer commodity". Allowing for certain
   exceptions (173.156) for domestic surface (ground) shipments.


       Proper shipping name:  Consumer Commodity
       Hazard class:          ORM-D


   International  (IMDT-IATA):


       Proper shipping name: Aerosols, Limited Quantities
       Hazard class:         2 Flammable Compressed Gas
       UN Number:            1950


  15. REGULATORY INFORMATION


   COMPONENT / (CAS/PERC) / CODES


   *Distillates, petroleum, solvent-dewaxed heavy naphthenic  (64742638  <50%)
   NJHS


   *VM & P Naphtha  (8032324  <30%)  OSHAWAC, PA, TXAIR


   *Isopropyl alchol (67630 <20%) MASS, NJHS, NRC, OSHAWAC, PA, SARA313, TXAIR


   *Xylene  (1330207 <3%) CERCLA, CSWHS, EPCRAWPC, HAP, MASS, NJHS, OSHAWAC, PA,


   SARA313, TOXICRCRA, TXAIR, TXHWL


        *Carbon dioxide (propellant)  (124389  <2%) MASS, OSHAWAC, PA, TXAIR

         REGULATORY KEY DESCRIPTIONS
         NJHS = NJ    Right-to-Know Hazardous Substances

         OSHAWAC = OSHA  Workplace Air Contaminants
         PA = PA Right-To-Know List of Hazardous Substances
         TXAIR = TX Air Contaminants with Health Effects Screening Level

         MASS = MA Massachusetts Hazardous Substances List
         NRC = Nationally recognized Carcinogens
         SARA313 = SARA 313 Title III Toxic Chemicals

         CERCLA = Superfund clean up substance
         CSWHS = Clean Water Act Hazardous substances
         EPCRAWPC = EPCRA Water Priority Chemicals
         HAP = Hazardous Air Pollutants
         TOXICRCRA = RCRA Toxic Hazardous Wastes  (U-List)
         TXHWL = TX Hazardous Waste List

  16. OTHER INFORMATION


   Manufacturer's Disclaimer:
   To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate.
   However, neither The Blaster Chemical Companies nor any of its subsidiaries
   assumes any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the
   information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any
   material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present
   unknown hazards and should be used with caution.  Although certain hazards
   are describer herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards
   which exists.


   HMIS Ratings
      Health:     2
      Fire:       3
      Reactivity  0


             END OF MSDS DOCUMENT




   MSDS  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
      The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.         BLASTER
   MSDS Number:  FSC                Revision Date: 5/7/07


   1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


   Product Name:  Fuel System Cleaner & Conditioner
   Revision Date: 5/7/07
   MSDS Number:   FSC
   Product Code:  2-FSC

   Part 4


   Manufacturer:  The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.
                  8500 Sweet Valley Drive
                  Valley View, Ohio  44125


                  (216) 901-5800
                  (216) 901-5801  fax
                  www.blasterproducts.com


   2.  COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


   Ingredients          CAS #       Percent        Exposure Limits


   *2-Botoxy Ethanol   111-76-2     10-20 %        OSHA (PEL) - 240 mg/m3
                                                   ACGIH (TLV) - 121 mg/m3


   Mineral  Spirits                 80-95 %        ACGIH TWA - 100 ppm 8 hr.
                                                   OSHA TWA -  500 ppm 8 hr.


   Mineral Spirits may be composed, in whole or in part, of any of the 
   following refinery streams:


   Light hydro treated distillate (petroleum)  {CAS No:  64742-47-8}
   Heavy hydro treated naphtha (petroleum)  {CAS No:  64742-48-9}
   Petroleum hydro carbon distillates  {CAS No:  8052-41-3}


   Nonane, all isomers             Mixture           ASGIH TWA - 200 ppm 8 hr.

   Medium Aliphatic               64742-88-7         OSHA TWA - 100 ppm


   Solvent Naphtha
   Hydro treated Light Distillate 64742-47-8         OSHA TWA - 100 ppm


   *Denotes chemical is subject to the reporting requirements of SECTION 313 of
   Title III of the 1986 Super fund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA)   
   and 40 CFR PART 372.


   3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


   Route of Entry:     Skin, Eyes, Inhalation, Ingestion
   Target Organs: May cause damage to the following organs: kidneys, lungs, the
                  nervous system, liver, mucous membranes, upper respiratory
                  tract, skin, central nervous system (CNS), eye, lens or       
                  cornea.
   Inhalation:    Breathing high concentrations may be harmful. Mist or
                  vapor can irritate the throat and lungs. Breathing this       
                  material may cause central nervous system depression with     
                  symptoms including nausea, headache, dizziness or             
                 unconsciousness. Breathing high concentrations of this
                  material, for example, in an enclosed space or by intentional 
                  abuse, can cause irregular heartbeats which can cause death.
   Skin Contact:  This product can cause mild, transient skin irritation with
                  short-term exposure. The severity of irritation will depend 
                  on the amount of material that is applied to the skin and the 
                  speed and thoroughness that it is removed.
                  Symptoms include redness, itching, and burning of the skin.
                  Repeated or prolonged skin contact can produce moderate
                  irritation (dermatitis).
   Eye Contact.   This product can cause transient mild eye irritation with
                  short-term contact with liquid sprays or mists. Symptoms      
                  include stinging, watering, redness, and swelling.
   Ingestion:     If swallowed, this material may irritate the mucous
                  membranes of the mouth, throat and esophagus. It can be       
                  readily absorbed by the stomach and intestinal tract. 
                  Symptoms include a burning sensation of the mouth and
                  esophagus, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, staggering gait,
                  drowsiness, loss of consciousness, and delirium, as well as   
                  additional central nervous system (CNS) effects. Due to its   
                  light viscosity, there is a danger of aspiration into the
                  lungs during vomiting. Aspiration  can result in severe lung
                  damage or death.


   WARNING! COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. Keep away from heat and flame.
      Keep container closed. Use only with adequate ventilation.


   CAUTION!    May cause respiratory tract, skin and eye irritation.


   Health Hazards/Precautionary Measures: Overexposure to a component may cause
   damage to the central nervous system. Causes skin irritation. Aspiration
   hazard if swallowed. Can enter lungs and cause damage. Avoid contact with
   eyes, skin and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling. Wear appropriate   
   personal protective equipment. Do not taste or swallow.


   Physical Hazards/Precautionary Measures: Extremely flammable liquid and
   vapor. Vapor can cause flash fire. Keep away from heat, sparks, flames,
   static electricity or other sources of ignition.


   Chronic Health Effects
   Summary
   Chronic effects of ingestion and subsequent aspiration into the lungs may
   cause pneumatocele (lung cavity) formation and chronic lung dysfunction.
   Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to
   solvents with irreversible brain and nervous system damage (sometimes
   referred to as "Solvent or Painter's Syndrome"). Intentional misuse by
   deliberately concentrating and inhaling this product may be harmful or fatal.



   4. FIRST AID MEASURES


   Inhalation:    Immediately move victim to fresh air. If victim is not
                  breathing, immediately begin rescue breathing. If heart has   
                  stopped, immediately begin cardiopulmonary resuscitation      
                  (CPR). If breathing is difficult, 100 percent humidified      
                  oxygen should be administered by a qualified individual. 
                  Seek medical attention immediately.
   Skin contact:  Remove contaminated shoes and clothing. Flush affected area
                  with large amounts of water. If skin surface is damage, apply 
                  a clean dressing and seek medical attention. Do not use       
                  ointments. If skin surface is not damage, clean affected
                  area thoroughly with mild soap and water. Seek medical        
                  attention if tissue appears damaged or if pain or irritation  
                  persists.
   Eye Contact:   Flush eyes with cool, clean, low-pressure water for at least  
                  15 minutes. Hold eyelids apart to ensure complete irrigation  
                  of the eye and eyelid tissue. If easily accomplished,
                  check for and remove contact lenses. If contact lenses cannot 
                  be remove, seek immediate medical attention. Do not use eye   
                  ointment. Seek medical attention.
   Ingestion:     Do not induce vomiting. If spontaneous vomiting is about to
                  occur, place victim's head below knees. If victim is drowsy 
                  or unconscious, place on the left side with head down. Never  
                  give anything by mouth to a person who is not fully conscious.
                  Do not leave victim unattended. Seek medical attention        
                  immediately.


   Notes to Physician

   INHALATION: Inhalation overexposure can produce toxic effects. Monitor for
   respiratory distress. If cough or difficulty in breathing develops, evaluate 
   for upper respiratory tract inflammation, bronchitis, and pneumonitis.    
   Administer supplemental oxygen with assisted ventilation, as required. This  
   material (or a component) sensitizes the heart to the effects of   
   sympathomimetic amines.  Epinephrine and other sympathomimetic drugs may   
   initiate cardiac arrhythmias in individuals exposed to this material.        
   Admonition of sympathomimetic drugs should be avoided.


   INGESTION: If ingested, this material presents a significant aspiration and
   chemical pneumonitis hazard . Induction of emesis is not recommended.   
   Consider activated charcoal and/or lavage. If patient is obtunded, protect   
   the airway by cuffed end tracheal intubation or by placement of the body in 
   a Trendelenburg and left lateral decubitus position.


   5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


   Flash Point:  105 F  (TCC) lowest component


   Flammable limits in air, % by volume:
   Upper:         No Information
   Lower:         No Information


   Extinguishing Media:
   Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, halon, or foam is recommended. Water spray may
   be used to cool containers or structures. Halon may decompose into toxic
   materials and carbon dioxide will displace oxygen, take proper precautions
   when using these materials.


   Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazards:
   This material may be ignited by heat, spark, flames or other ignition sources
   (static electricity). Vapors are heavier than air and will collect in low   
   areas (sewers) or travel considerable distances. If containers are not cooled
   in a fire, they may rupture and ignite.


   Special Fire Fighting Procedures:
   Emergency responders should wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Wear
   other protective gear as conditions warrant. Keep unauthorized people out and
   try to contain spills or leaks if it can be done safely. Material will float 
   on water, avoid spreading the fire.


   6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


   Contain spill with dikes of soil or nonflammable absorbent to minimize
   contaminated area. Avoid run-off into storm sewers and ditches leading to   
   waterways. If required, notify state and local authorities. Place leaking   
   containers in well-ventilated area. Clean up small spills by using a   
   nonflammable absorbent or flushing sparingly with water.
   Contain larger spills with nonflammable diking or absorbent. Clean up by
   vacuuming or sweeping.

   Keep unnecessary people away: isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay
   upwind: keep out of low areas. Assess the spill situation, as the spill may  
   not evolve large amounts of hazardous airborne contaminants in many outdoor  
   spill situations. It may be advisable in some cases to simply monitor the   
   situation until spilled product is removed.


   7. HANDLING AND STORAGE


   Handling Precautions:  Use in accordance with good work place practices.
                          Use with adequate ventilation. Keep containers closed 
                          when not in use. Always open containers slowly to     
                          allow any excess pressure to vent. Avoid breathing
                          vapor. Avoid contact with eyes, skin or clothing. 
                          Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling.   
                          Decontaminate soiled clothing thoroughly before       
                          re-use. Destroy contaminated leather clothing.


                          This product may generate a static charge. Ground/bond
                          equipment when transferring material to prevent static
                          accumulation. Electrical equipment and circuits in all
                          storage and handling must conform to requirements of  
                          National Electric Code (Article 500 and 501) for      
                          hazardous location.


                          Empty containers may contain residues from the        
                          product. Treat empty containers with the same         
                          precautions as the material last contained. Do not    
                        cut, weld or apply heat to empty containers.


   Storage Requirements:  Store in a cool, dry area, away from heat or direct
                          sunlight. Keep containers closed when not in use. Do  
                          not store with incompatible materials.


   8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION


   Engineering Controls:   General or dilution ventilation is frequently
                           insufficient as the sole means of controlling        
                           employee exposure. Local ventilation is usually
                           preferred. Use a NIOSH approved respirator if        
                           ventilation is not adequate to maintain exposures    
                           below TLV levels.


   Protective Equipment:   Use synthetic gloves if necessary to prevent
                           excessive skin contact. Do not wear contacts and     
                           always use ANSI approved safety glasses or splash    
                           shield.


   Exposure Guidelines/Other:  Respiratory Protection:
                           Based on workplace contaminant level and working     
                           limits of the respirator, use a respirator approved  
                           by NIOSH. The following is the minimum recommended   
                         equipment for an occupational exposure level.


                           For concentrations >1 and <10 times the occupational
                           exposure level: use air-purifying respirator with    
                           full face piece and organic vapor cartridge(s) or    
                           air-purifying  full face piece respirator with
                           an organic vapor canister or a full face piece       
                           powered air-purifying respirator fitted with organic 
                           vapor cartridge(s). The air purifying element must   
                          have an end of service life indicator, or a
                           documented change out schedule must be established.  
                           Other wise, use supplied air.


                           For concentrations more than 10 times the            
                           occupational exposure level and less than the lower  
                           of either 100 times the occupational exposure level  
                          or the IDLH: Use Type C full face piece supplied-air
                           respirator operated in positive-pressure or          
                           continuous- flow mode.


                           For concentrations >100 times the occupational       
                           exposure level or greater than the IDLH level or     
                         unknown concentrations (such as in emergencies): Use   
                         self-contained breathing apparatus with full face-
                           piece in positive-pressure mode or Type C positive-
                           pressure full face piece supplied-air respirator with
                           an auxiliary positive-pressure self-contained        
                           breathing apparatus escape system. 
                           For escape: Use self-contained breathing apparatus   
                           with full face piece or any respirator specifically  
                           approved for escape.
Other Suggested Equipment:
             Eye wash station and emergency showers should be available.
             Spill containment equipment should be available.


             Discretion Advised:
             Blaster Chemical Companies,  Inc. takes no responsibility
             for determining what measures are required for personal
             protection in any specific application. The general information    
             should be used with discretion.


   9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


   Appearance:       Hazy brown
   Physical State:   liquid               Boiling Point:        76 degrees C
   Odor:             typical petroleum    Freezing/Melting Pt:  not determined
   pH:               not determined       Solubility:           slight
   Vapor Pressure:   not determined       Spec Grav./Density:   0.815
   Vapor Density: >1 (air=1)


   Heat Value:               not determined
   VOC:                      not determined
   Evap. Rate:               >1 (NBA=1)
   Bulk Density:             not determined
   Octanol:                  not determined
   Molecular Weight:         not determined
   Particle Size:            not applicable
   Softening Point:          not applicable
   Viscosity:                not determined
   Percent Volatile:         not determined
   Sat. Vap. Concentrat:     not determined
   Molecular Formula:        not determined


  10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


   Stability;             This product is stable

   Conditions to avoid:   Avoid excessive heat, sources of ignition and         
                          excessive water.


   Materials to avoid: (incompatibility:   Avoid strong oxidizers


   Hazardous Decomposition products:  Combustion will produce carbon monoxide,
                                      carbon dioxide and nitrogen-oxygen        
                                      compounds.


   Hazardous Polymerization:          Will not occur.




  11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


      MINERAL SPIRITS
        Light hydro treated distillate (petroleum):
        Studies on laboratory animals have shown similar materials to cause eye
        and respiratory tract irritation. Studies of similar materials on       
        laboratory animals have resulted in skin irritation after repeated or   
       prolonged contact. Prolonged or repeated contact can result in defatting 
      and drying of the skin which may result in skin irritation and rash       
     (dermatitis).

       Petroleum hydrocarbon distillates:
       Dermal, Acute LD50 (rabbit): >3000 mg/kg
       Inhalation, Acute LC50 (rat): >5.5 mg/l  (8 hours)
       Studies on laboratory animals have associated similar materials with eye
       and respiratory tract irritation. Studies on laboratory animals have     
       shown similar materials to cause skin irritation after repeated or       
       prolonged contact. Repeated direct application of Stoddard Solvent to 
       the skin can produce defatting dermatitis and kidney damage in laboratory
       animals. Rats developed kidney damage and elevated blood urea nitrogen   
       levels when exposed to a concentration of 1.9 mg/L for 65 days. The      
     kidney damage occurred only in male rats and appeared to involve
       both the tubules and glomeruli. The significance of these animal study
       results to human health is unclear.

            2-Botoxy Ethanol
       Inhalation. LC50:           500 ppm - rats -   4 hrs.
       Oral LD50:                  2.4 g/kg - rats    320 mg/kg  - rabbit
       Dermal LD50:                400 mg/kg - rabbit

Glycol Ether EB major effect in acute and subchronic animal studies was
intravalscular red cell hemolytic. Secondary effects were spleen and liver
enlargement and nephropathy. These studies have not been shown relevant to
humans. Effects on embryo/fetus were only evident in the presence of maternal
toxicity. NTP reported testicular weight changes in rats and mice ingesting 
6000 ppm on a 13-week drinking water study.

  12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MINERAL SPIRITS

Ecotoxicity
This mixture contains components that are potentially toxic to freshwater and
saltwater ecosystems.

Environmental Fate
This product will normally float on water. Components will evaporate rapidly.
This material may be harmful to aquatic organisms and may cause long term
adverse effects in the aquatic environment. The log Kow value for this product
is expected to be in the range of 3.3 to 6.

  13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Dispose of spilled material in accordance with state and local regulations for
waste that is non-hazardous by Federal definition. Note that this information
applies to the material as manufactured: Processing, use, or contamination may
make this information inappropriate, inaccurate, or incomplete.
Note that this handling and disposal information may also apply to empty
containers, liners and rinsate. State or local regulations or restrictions are
complex and may differ from federal regulations. This information is intended as
an aid to proper handling and disposal: the final responsibility  for
Handling and disposal is with the owner of the waste.

  14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Dept of Transportation  (DOT):

      Proper shipping name: Combustible liquids, N.O.S.
      NA #:             1993
      Packing Group:    II4

This product may be packaged to meet the definitions set forth in CFR 40 part
173.150c as a "consumer commodity". Allowing for certain exceptions (173.156)
for domestic surface shipments.

Please call The Blaster Chemical Companies for clarification or questions
regarding proper shipping information.

  15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Environmental Regulations
SARA 311:
Acute health:    Yes
Chronic health:  Yes
Fire:            Yes
Sudden release of pressure:  No
Reactive:        No
SARA 313: Title III of the 1986 Super fund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
(SARA) and 40 CFR PART 372.
Ingredients      CAS #       Percent
2-Butoxy Ethanol 111-76-2    10-20

All the chemicals used in this product are TSCA listed.
Check with your local regulators to be sure all local regulations are met.

  16. OTHER INFORMATION

Manufacturer's Disclaimer
To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate.
However, neither The Blaster Chemical Companies nor any of its subsidiaries
assumes any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the
information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any material
is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present unknown
hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are described
herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards which exists.

HMIS Ratings
      Health:     2
      Fire:       2
      Reactivity  0

            END OF MSDS DOCUMENT



MSDS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
      THE BLASTER CHEMICAL COMPANIES, INC.         BLASTER
       Thread Lube & Anti-Seize

MSDS Number: TLA              Revision Date: 05/15/2007

   1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


   Product Name:       Thread Lube & Anti-Seize
   Revision Date:      05/15/2007
   MSDS Number:        TLA
   Product Code:       5G-TLA

   Part 5

   Manufacturer:       The Blaster Chemical Companies, Inc.
                       8500 Sweet Valley Drive
                       Valley View, Ohio 44125


                       (216) 901-5800
                       (216) 901-5801 fax
                       www.blasterproducts.com


   2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


   IF PRESENT, IARL, NTP AND OSHA CARCINOGENS AND CHEMICAL SUBJECT TO THIS
   REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF SARA TITLE III, SECTION 313 ARE IDENTIFIED IN THIS
   SECTION.


                        CAS NUMBER        %
   (NON HAZARDOUS) COMPONENT:
   PETROLEUM OIL        64741-96-4        50 - 60
   GRAPHITE POWDER      7782-42-5         0 TO 5
   COPPER POWDER        7440-50-8         5 TO 10


   PROPRIETARY COMPONENTS: N.J.T.S.R.N.
   SYNTHETIC OIL          80100362-5004P         1 TO 5
                          80100362-5012P         15 TO 20
                          80100362-5013P         15 TO 20
                          80100362-5014P         0.5 TO 1.0
                          80100362-5018P         0.5 - 1.0


   3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


   Route of Entry:     Eyes, skin, inhalation, ingestion
   Target Organs:
   Inhalation:         Inhalation of spray mist may cause irritation to
                       the respiratory tract.
   Skin Contact:       Repeated or prolonged contact with skin may cause mild
                       irritation and possibly dermatitis.
   Eye Contact:        Likely to cause immediate or delayed irritation.
                       Irritation will show as redness and/or swelling of the   
                       eyes.
   Ingestion:          Ingestion may cause irritation to the mouth, esophagus   
                       and stomach. May cause abdominal pain, vomiting,         
                       dizziness and headaches.


   4. FIRST AID MEASURES


   Inhalation:         Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give
                       artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give  
                       oxygen. Continue to monitor. Get medical attention.
   Skin Contact:       Remove contaminated clothing immediately! Wash skin with
                       soap and water. If irritation develops, seek medical
                       attention. Prolonged or repeated contact may produce
                       mild skin irritation and inflammation. Personnel with    
                       pre-existing skin disorder should avoid contact.
   Eye Contact:        Flush eye(s) with water for 15 minutes. Get medical
                       attention. If eye irritation persists, obtain medical    
                       treatment.
   Ingestion:          Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention or advice.


   5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


   Flash Point:                        (ASTM D92) C.O.C.  420 F
   Upper Flammable Limit:              Not Determined
   Lower Flammable Limit:              Not Determined
   Extinguishing Media:                Dry Chemical, CO2, Foam
   Special Fire Fighting Procedures:   Treat as Oil Fire
                                       Use Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus.


   6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


   In case of spill or release, avoid vapors and ignition sources.  Use
   appropriate protective devices and absorbents. Stop and contain the discharge
   if it can be done safely. Keep out of drains and waterways.  Handle with   
   trained personnel only. Notify  authorities as required by law.


   7. HANDLING AND STORAGE


   Handling Precautions:   Use in accordance with good industrial workplace
                           practices. Avoid unnecessary contact. Wash 
                           thoroughly after handling. Use with good ventilation.
   Storage Requirements:   Keep containers tightly closed and in a cool well-
                           ventilated place. Always store this  material in     
                           closed labeled containers.  
                           Store away from strong oxidizers.


   8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION


   Engineering Controls:   Eye wash stations should be immediately available.
   Protective Equipment:   Eyes and Face: Standard safety glasses should offer
                           adequate protection.


                           Skin and clothing: Excessive contact should be       
                           avoided. Nitrile gloves, boots and aprons will       
                         provide adequate protection when contact cannot be     
                        avoided. Remove and wash any contaminated clothing      
                        immediately.  Wash thoroughly after handling.

                           Respiratory: Good general ventilation should be
                           sufficient to control airborne levels. Maintain      
                           airborne concentrations below OSHA established       
                           exposure limits of ingredients in Section 2.
   Exposure Guidelines/Other:  The Blaster Chemical Companies takes no
                           responsibility for determining what measures are     
                           required for personal protection in any specific     
                          application. This information should be used
                           with discretion.


   9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


   Appearance:         copper colored soft
   Physical State:     paste            Boiling Point:        not determined
   Odor:               petroleum        Freezing/Melting Pt:  not determined
   pH:                 not determined   Solubility:           insoluble
   Vapor Pressure:     not determined   Spec Grav./Density:   1.29
   Vapor Density:      not determined


   Heat Value:               not determined
   VOC:                      not determined
   Evap. Rate:               not determined
   Bulk Density:             not determined
   Octanol:                  not determined
   Molecular Weight:         not determined
   Particle Size:            not determined
   Softening point:          not applicable
   Viscosity:                not determined
   Percent Volatile:         not determined
   Sat. Vap. Concentrat:     not determined
   Molecular Formula:        not determined


  10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


   Stability:            This product is stable.


   Conditions to avoid:  Avoid excessive heat, sources of ignition and 
                         excessive water.


   Materials to avoid (incompatibility):  Avoid strong oxidizers


   Hazardous Decomposition products: Combustion will produce carbon monoxide,
                                     carbon dioxide and trace sulphur compounds.


   Hazardous Polymerization:       Will not occur.


  11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


   Toxicological information on this product as a mixture has not been
   determined. See Section 15 for reportable ingredients.


  12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION


   Ecological information on this product as a mixture has not been determined.


  13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


   Used or unused product should be disposed of in accordance with local, state
   and federal regulations.


   Empty containers may contain residual pressure and contents. They should be
   handled with the same precautions as the product.


  15. REGULATORY INFORMATION


   This product is not known to contain any SARA, Title III, Section 313
   Reportable Chemicals at or greater than 1.0%  (0.1% for carcinogens.)


  16. OTHER INFORMATION


   Manufacturer's Disclaimer:
   To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate.
   However, neither The Blaster Chemical Companies nor any of its subsidiaries
   assumes any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the
   information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any
   material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present   
   unknown hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are
   described herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards which  
   exists.


   HMIS Rating:
      Health:     1
      Fire:       1
      Reactivity  1


             END OF MSDS DOCUMENT


    

The information contained in this MSDS was obtained from current and reliable sources, however, the data is provided without any warrenty, expressed or implied, regarding its correctness or accuracy. Since the conditions or handling, storage and disposal of this product are beyond the control of Imperial Supplies LLC, Imperial will not be responsible for loss, injury, or expense arising out of the products improper use. No warranty, expressed or inferred, regarding the product described in this 'MSDS' shall be created or inferred by any statement in this 'MSDS'. Various government agencies may have specific regulations regarding the transportation, handling, storage, use, or disposal of this product which may not be covered by this 'MSDS'. The user is responsible for full compliance.

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