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Material Safety Data Sheet Date of issue: |Revision Date: March 28, 2013|Revision Number: Imperial Supplies Part Number: 0052560.0052710.0052720.0052760.0054800 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Manufacturer: Duracell, a P&G brand EUROPEAN OFFICE Berkshire Corporate Park Procter& Gamble Bethel, CT 06801 USA Switzerland SARL Telephone: 203-796-4000 Route de Saint-Georges 47 1213 Petit-Lancy, 1, Geneva, Telephone: +41-58-004-6111 Emergency Phone Product Name: DURACELL LITHIUM MANGANESE DIOXIDE COIN CELLS Product Code(s): The gram weight of lithium metal in Duracell lithium metal cells & batteries is: Catalog Number Total Lithium Content Description DL 1616 .02 g Coin Cell DL 1620 .02 g Coin Cell DL 2016 .02 g Coin Cell DL 2025 .07g Coin Cell DL 2032 .07 g Coin Cell DL 2430 .07 g Coin Cell DL 2450 .15 g Coin Cell Recommended Use: Energy Source UN-Number: UN3090 Product Type: 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION These products are classified as Articles under REACH and are not subject to the requirements for Information in the Supply Chain (Safety Data Sheets and Labels). While batteries may release hazardous substances if damaged, this is not an intended release as defined under REACH. Batteries are not classified as hazardous under the CLP. The following information is provided to assist in the safe use of our products. CAUTION: Battery can explode or leak if heated, disassembled, shorted, recharged, exposed to fire or high temperature or inserted incorrectly. Keep in original package until ready to use. Do not carry batteries loose in your pocket or purse. Keep batteries away from children. If swallowed, consult a physician at once. Under certain misuse conditions and by abusively opening the battery, exposed lithium can react with water or moisture in the air causing potential thermal burns or fire. Appearance: Coin |Physical State: |Odor: Coin cells. cells. | | Potential Health Effects: The chemicals and metals in this product are contained in a sealed can. Exposure to the contents will not occur unless the battery leaks, is exposed to high temperatures or is mechanically, physically, or electrically abused. Principle Routes of Exposure Acute Effects: Eyes | Skin | Inhalation | Ingestion | Notes: Chronic Effects: Eyes | Skin | Inhalation | Ingestion | Notes: Aggravated Medical Conditions Environmental Hazard 3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Chemical/Ingredient Name |CAS-No |Weight% |ACGIH, |OSHA-PE|Other | | |TLV-TWA |L | Manganese Dioxide |1313-13-9 |15-75 % | | | Propylene Carbonate |108-32-7 |2-15 % | | | Lithium |7439-93-2 |1-10 % | | | Graphite, synthetic |7440-44-0 |1-10 % | | | 1,2-Dimethoxyethane* |110-71-4 |1-10 % | | | Lithium Perchlorate |7791-03-9 |<1.5 % | | | | | | | | Notes: *SVHC Substance per Candidate List Updated June 18, 2012 4. FIRST AID MEASURES General Advice: The chemicals and metals in this product are contained in a sealed can. Exposure to the contents will not occur unless the battery leaks, is exposed to high temperatures or is mechanically, physically, or electrically abused. Eyes |If battery is leaking and material contacts the eye, |flush thoroughly with copious amounts of running |water for 30 minutes. Seek immediate medical advice. Skin |If battery is leaking and material contacts the skin, |remove any contaminated clothing and flush exposed |skin with copious amounts of running water for at |least 15 minutes. If irritation, injury or pain |persists, seek medical advice. Inhalation |Inhaled: If battery is leaking, contents may be |irritating to respiratory passages. Move to fresh |air. If irritation persists, seek medical advice. Ingestion |Swallowed: If battery is swallowed seek immediate |medical advice. Batteries lodged in the esophagus |should be removed immediately since leakage, caustic |burns and perforation can occur as soon as two hours |after ingestion. If mouth area irritation or burning |has occurred, rinse the mouth and surrounding area |with tepid water for at least 15 minutes. Do not give |ipecac. Notes to Physician |Published reports recommend removal from the |esophagus be done endoscopically (under direct |visualization). Batteries beyond the esophagus need |not be retrieved unless there are signs of injury to |the GI tract or a large diameter battery fails to |pass the pylorus. If asymptomatic, follow-up x-rays |are necessary only to confirm the passage of larger |batteries. Confirmation by stool inspection is |preferable under most circumstances. Potential |leakage of less than 50 milligrams of dimethoxyethane |and propylene carbonate. Dimethoxyethane rapidly |evaporates. Do not give ipecac. Protection of | First-aiders | Notes | 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES Flammability/Flammable | properties | Flash point | Recommended Extinguishing |Use any extinguishing media that is Media |appropriate for the surrounding fire. Special Fire-Fighting |Firefighters should wear positive pressure Procedures |self-contained breathing apparatus and full |protective clothing. Fight fire from a |distance or protected area. Cool fire exposed |batteries to prevent rupture. Use caution when |handling fire-exposed containers (batteries |may explode in heat of fire). | Explosion Data |Batteries may burst and release hazardous |decomposition products when exposed to a fire |situation. |Hazardous Combustion Products: Thermal |degradation may produce hazardous fumes of |lithium and manganese; |oxides of carbon and other toxic by-products. Sensitivity to Mechanical | Impact | Sensitivity to Static | Discharge | | Specific Hazards from | Chemical | | Protective Equipment | NFPA |Health Hazard: |Flammability: |Instability:|Physical Hazard HMIS |Health Hazard: |Flammability: |Physical |PPE: | | |Hazard: | 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal Precautions Environmental Precautions Methods for Containment Methods for Cleaning Up Notes: Notify safety personnel of large spills. Irritating vapors and flammable may be released from leaking or ruptured batteries. Eliminate all ignition sources. Evacuate the area and allow the vapors to dissipate. Clean-up personnel should wear appropriate protective clothing to avoid eye and skin contact and inhalation of vapors or fumes. Increase ventilation. Carefully collect batteries and place in an appropriate container for disposal. Remove spilled liquid with absorbent and contain for disposal. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling: Avoid mechanical or electrical abuse. DO NOT short circuit or install incorrectly. Batteries may explode, pyrolize or vent if disassembled, crushed, recharged or exposed to high temperatures. Install batteries in accordance with equipment instructions. Replace all batteries in equipment at the same time. Do not carry batteries loose in a pocket or bag. Storage: Store batteries in a dry place at normal room temperature. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Exposure Guidelines: No exposure to the battery components should occur during normal use. Chemical Name |ACGIH TLV |OSHA PEL |NIOSH IDLH |OTHER | | | | | | | | | | | | Engineering Measures Personal Protective Equipment Eyes/Face |None required for normal use. Wear safety goggles Protection |when handling leaking batteries. Skin and Body |None required for normal use. Use butyl rubber gloves Protection |when handling leaking batteries. Respiratory |None required for normal use. Protection | Ventilation/Other |No special ventilation is needed for normal use. Hygiene Measures 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance |Coin cells. |Odor | Odor Threshold | |Physical State | Color | |Viscosity | pH | |Percent Volatile, | | |wt. % | Flash Point |29�F (-2�C) |Auto-ignition | |(1,2-Dimethox|Temperature | |ye hane) | | Decomposition | |Boiling Point/ Range| Temp | | | Melting | |Freezing Point | Point/Range | | | Flammability | |Explosion Limits | Specific Gravity | |Water Solubility |Insoluble Solubility | |Evaporation Rate | Vapor Pressure | |Vapor Density | VOC content, wt. | | | % | | | | | | Notes 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Chemical Stability |This product is stable. Incompatible Products |Contents are incompatible with strong oxidizing |agents. Do not heat, crush, disassemble, short |circuit or recharge. Conditions to avoid | Hazardous Decomposition |Thermal decomposition may produce hazardous Products |fumes of lithium and manganese; oxides of |carbon and other toxic by-products. Hazardous Polymerization |Will not occur. Notes 11. TOXICOLOGY INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Product | Information | Inhalation |Inhalation of vapors or fumes released due to heat or a |large number of leaking batteries may cause respiratory |and eye irritation. Eye Contact |Contact with battery contents may cause irritation. Skin Contact |Contact with battery contents may cause irritation. Ingestion |Seek immediate medical advice. Batteries lodged in the |esophagus should be removed immediately since leakage, |caustic burns and perforation can occur as soon as two |hours after ingestion. Irritation to the |internal/external mouth areas, may occur following |exposure to a leaking battery. Chemical Name |LD50 Oral |LD50 Dermal |LC50 Inhalation | | | | | | Chronic Toxicity| Chemical Name |ACGIH |IARC |NTP |OSHA | | | | | | | | Target Organ Effects 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ecotoxicity: No ecotoxicity data is available. This product is not expected to present an environmental hazard. The Environmental impact of this product has been fully investigated Chemical Name|Toxicity to |Toxicity to |Tox, to |Daphnia Magna |Algea |Fish |Microorganisms|(water flea) | | | | | | | | | | | | Notes 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal Methods: Disposal should be in accordance with national and local regulations. Do not incinerate for disposal except for in a controlled incinerator. Duracell manganese dioxide lithium coin cell batteries are labeled in compliance with the EU Battery Directive 2006/66. Contaminated Packaging US EPA Waste number Notes 14. TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION DOT UN-Number |UN3090 | |UN3091 Proper Shipping name|Primary lithium metal batteries | |Primary lithium metal batteries packed with or |contained in equipment Hazard Class | Packing Group | Description |DURACELL lithium metal batteries are produced and |delivered in accordance with US DOT Regulations. |DURACELL lithium metal cells and batteries are not |subject to the other provisions of the Dangerous |Goods regulations as long as they are packaged and |marked in accordance with the appropriate |regulations. All persons who prepare or offer lithium |batteries for transport are required by regulation to |be sufficiently trained |and aware of all applicable regulations. Regulatory |guidance for safe packaging requires that batteries |be packaged in a manner that prevents short circuits, |prevent battery movement within the package and that |prevents spillage of contents. | |Special Provision 49CFR-173.1859(c ) - SP A101 | |DURACELL certifies that all of its lithium batteries |meet the requirements of the UN Manual of Tests and |Criteria, Part III subsection 38.3 and the batteries |were. | |Air travelers should consult the US Department of |Transportation (DOT) Safety Travel web site at |http://safetravel.dot.gov for guidance regarding |carry on of lithium batteries. Emergency Response |CHEMTREC 24-Hour Emergency Response Hotline Guide Number |+703-527-3887 (United States of America) TDG UN-Number | Proper Shipping name| Hazard Class | Packing Group | Description | MEX | UN-Number | Proper Shipping name| Hazard Class | Packing Group | Description | ICAO UN-Number | Proper Shipping name| Hazard Class | Packing Group | Description |DURACELL lithium metal batteries are produced and |delivered in accordance with IATA 56th ICAO, IMO and |US DOT Regulations. DURACELL lithium metal cells and |batteries are not subject to the other provisions of |the Dangerous Goods regulations as long as they are |packaged and marked in accordance with the |appropriate regulations. |All persons who prepare or offer lithium batteries |for transport are required by regulation to be |sufficiently trained and aware of all applicable |regulations. Regulatory guidance for safe packaging |requires that batteries be packaged in a manner that |prevents short circuits, prevent battery movement |within the package and that prevents spillage of |contents. | |Special Provisions A88, A99, A154, A164, A183, A201 |PI 968 - Lithium metal batteries only |PI 969 - Lithium metal batteries packed with |equipment |PI 970 - Lithium metal batteries contained in |equipment IATA UN-Number | Proper Shipping name| Hazard Class | Packing Group | ERG Code | Description |DURACELL lithium metal batteries are produced and |delivered in accordance with IATA 56th ICAO, IMO and |US DOT Regulations. DURACELL lithium metal cells and |batteries are not subject to the other provisions of |the Dangerous Goods regulations as long as they are |packaged and marked in accordance with the |appropriate regulations. All persons who prepare or |offer lithium batteries for transport are required by |regulation to be sufficiently trained and aware of |all applicable regulations. Regulatory guidance for |safe packaging requires that batteries be packaged in |a manner that prevents short circuits, prevent |battery movement within the package and that prevents |spillage |of contents.. | |Special Provisions A88, A99, A154, A164, A183, A201 |PI 968 - Lithium metal batteries only |PI 969 - Lithium metal batteries packed with |equipment |PI 970 - Lithium metal batteries contained in |equipment IMDG/IMO UN-Number | Proper Shipping name| Hazard Class | Packing Group | EmS No. | Description |DURACELL lithium metal batteries are produced and |delivered in accordance with IATA 56th ICAO, IMO and |US DOT Regulations. DURACELL lithium metal cells and |batteries are not subject to the other provisions of |the Dangerous Goods regulations as long as they are |packaged and marked in accordance with the |appropriate Regulations. All persons who prepare or |offer lithium batteries for transport are required by |regulation to be sufficiently trained and aware of |all applicable regulations. Regulatory guidance for |safe packaging requires that batteries be packaged in |a manner that prevents short circuits, prevent |battery movement within the package and that prevents |spillage of contents. | |Special Provision 188, 230, 310, 957 RID UN-Number | Proper Shipping | name | Hazard Class | Packing Group | Classification Code| Description | ADR/RID-Labels | ADR UN-Number | Proper Shipping | name | Hazard Class | Packing Group | Classification Code| Description |Special Provisions: 188, 230, 310, 957 ADR/RID-Labels | ADN UN-Number Proper Shipping name Hazard Class Packing Group Classification Code Special Provisions Description Hazard Labels Limited Quantity 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION International Inventories TSCA DSL EINECS ENCS IECSC PICCS AICS U.S. Federal Regulations SARA 313 SARA 311/312 Hazard Categories Acute Health Hazard Chronic Health Hazard Fire Hazard Sudden Release of Pressure Hazard Reactive Hazard Clean Water Act CERCLA U.S. State Regulations U.S. State Right-to-Know Regulations International Regulations: EU BATTERY DIRECTIVE: These batteries comply with the Directive substance limits and labeling requirements. EU REACH REGISTRATION: These products are manufactured articles and not subject to REACH registration requirements. EU REACH SVHC: These products contains 1, 2-dimethoxyethane (ethylene glycol dimethyl ether) which is listed on the Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern. EU Labeling: Labeling is not required because batteries are classified as articles under the both REACH and the Dangerous Preparations Directive and as such are exempt from the requirement for labeling. Canada 16. OTHER INFORMATION Prepared By: Revision Date: March 28, 2013 Company: Duracell, a P&G brand Revision number Telephone number: 203-796-4000 Notes: P&G Hazard Rating: Health: 0 Fire: 0 Reactivity: 0 Other Information: Data supplied is for use only in connection with occupational safety and health. Disclaimer information: This PSDS is intended to provide a brief summary of our knowledge and guidance regarding the use of this material. The information contained here has been compiled from sources considered by Procter & Gamble to be dependable and is accurate to the best of the Company's knowledge. It is not meant to be an all-inclusive document on worldwide hazard communication regulations. This information is offered in good faith. Each user of this material needs to evaluate the conditions of use and design the appropriate protective mechanisms to prevent employee exposures, property damage or release to the environment. Procter & Gamble assumed no responsibility for injury to the recipient or third persons, or for any damage to any property resulting from misuse of the product. END OF MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
The information contained in this 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 '' shall be created or inferred by any statement in this ''. 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 ''. The user is responsible for full compliance.