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MSDS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET "Blaster" The Blaster Corporation TVF Trans-Valve Fix MSDS Number: TVF Revision Date: 09/28/10 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY INFORMATION Product Name: TVF Trans-Valve Fix Revision Date: 09/28/10 MSDS Number: TVF Product Code: 16-TVF Manufacturer: The Blaster Corporation 8500 Sweet Valley Drive Valley View, Ohio 44125 (216) 901-5800 (216) 901-5801 fax www.blasterproducts.com 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Hazardous CAS # Percent Exposure Limits Ingredients Zinc Alkyl 68649-42-3 1-10% OSHA (TWA) - N/E Dithiophospate ACGIH (TWA) - N/E Propylene Glycol 9003-13-8 0-10% OSHA (TWA )- N/E t-Butyl Ether ACGIH (TWA) - N/E Isopropanol 67-63-0 10-20% OSHA (TWA) - 400 ppm ACGIH (TWA) - 400 ppm Petroleum 40-55% OSHA (TWA) - 5 mg/m3 Distillate (Mineral oil mist Oil) ACGIH (TWA) - 5 mg/m3 oil mist VM&P Naphtha 8032-32-4 20-30% OSHA (TWA) - 300 ppm ACGIH (TWA) - 300 ppm 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Route of Entry: Eyes, skin, inhalation, ingestion Target Organs: Inhalation: Tests on similar material indicate the possibility of the following symptoms: headache, nasal and respiratory irritation, nausea, drowsiness, breathlessness, fatigue, central nervous system depression, convulsions, and loss of consciousness. Skin Contact: Tests on similar materials indicate acute irritation is expected to occur upon short-term exposure, chronic dermatitis on prolonged contact. Eye Contact: Tests on similar materials suggest acute irritation be expected. Ingestion: ACUTE ASPIRATION HAZARD. Tests on similar materials indicate possibility of the following symptoms: headache, nausea, drowsiness, fatigue, pneumonitis, pulmonary adema, central nervous system depression, convulsions, and loss of consciousness. 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Continuie 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 presists, obtain medical treatment. Ingestion: If conscious, immediately give the person two large glasses of water. Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flash Point: 58 F (TCC) minimum 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, sparks, 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 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: 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. Do not wear contacts. 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. Use NIOSH approved respirator if ventilation is not adequate enough to maintain levels below these limits. Exposure The Blaster Corporation takes no responsibility for Guidelines/Other: 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: yellow/orange, transparent, thin Physical State: liquid Boiling Point: 180 F Odor: typical Freezing/Melting Not determined solvent-like Pt.: pH: Not determined Solubility: nil Vapor Pressure: Not determined Spec Grav/Density: 0.83-0.85 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. Not Determined Concentrat.: 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 Avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents and (incompatibility): strong reducing agents (strong acids or bases). Avoid mixture with water. Hazardous Decomposition Combustion will product carbon monoxide, products: carbon dioxide and nitrogen-oxygen compounds Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur. 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION * Propylene Glycol t-Butyl Ether 9003-13-8 Acute Toxicity - Effects Inhalation May produce symptoms of central nervous system depression including headache, dizziness, nausea, loss of sense of balance, drowsiness, visual disturbances, unconsciousness and death. Ingestion High doses may cause CNS depression (fatigue, dizziness and possibly loss of concentration, with collapse, coma and death in cases of severe over-exposure). Skin Contact Not expected to be a skin absorption hazard. Irritation Skin Contact may cause mild skin irritation. Eye Irritation can range from slight to severe. Neat liquid may produce severe eye irritation. A 20% solution in water was, at most, slightly irritating to the eye. Severe irritation may result in corneal opacity, redness, inflammation of the iris and swelling of the conjunctiva. Sensitization: Not expected to be a sensitizer. Target Organ Effects: Eye. Skin. Central nervous system effects. Repeated Dose Toxicity Low inherent toxicity following repeated inhalation exposure. Effects observed in male rats that inhaled high concentrations of PTB included a species- and sex-specific kidney toxicity mediated by a-2u-globulin nephropathy, a mechanism that is not relevant to humans. Liver changes indicative of an adaptive response to metabolizing PTB were observed in rats and mice. Reproductive Effects No adverse effect on reproductive performance was seen in male and female rats exposed by oral gavage in a one-generation reproductive toxicity study. Very slight effects on pup body weights and survival were noted in pups from dams exposed to 1000mg/kg bwt/day of PTB. Developmental Effects Results from studies in pregnant rats and rabbits demonstrate PTB is not teratogenic or fetotoxic. Genetic Toxicity Based on the weight of evidence, PTB is not considered to be genotoxic in vitro. A weakly mutagenic response was noted in female mice from a mouse peripheral blood micronucleus assay while male mice were negative in the same study. Carcinogenicity Long term inhalation exposure to PTB vapor was associated with an increased incidence of liver tumors in male and female mice and a marginally increased incidence of liver and kidney tumors in male rats. Studies suggest that the rat kidney toxicity and subsequent tumors are due to a species and sex-specific mechanism and not relevant to humans. The weight of evidence from genotoxicity testing suggests that a non-genotoxic mechanism was most likely involved in the development of the rodent liver tumors. PTB is not classified for carcinogenicity by OSHA, NTP or the EPA. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) found inadequate human evidence and limited animal evidence of carcinogenicity for PTB and therefore was placed in IARC's Group 3 as not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans. Isopropanol Additional Remarks Exposure can cause nausea, headache and vomiting. May be harmful by inhalation, ingestion, skin adsorption. Eyes Irritation to eyes. Skin .Acute dermal LD50 (rabbit): 12,800 mg/kg Inhalation Acute 4 hours LC50 (rat): 16,970 mg/l Ingestion Acute oral LD50 (rat): 5,045 mg/kg CARCINOGENICITY This product contains no carcinogenic substances. VM&P Naphtha Skin effects May cause irritation or dermatitis with prolonged and repeated contact. Oral effects Tests on similar materials indicate an order of acute oral toxicity. Inhalation effects Acute toxicity expected on inhalation. Medical conditions aggravated by exposure Dermatitis and sensitive skin - this product is not listed as carcinogenic or a potential carcinogen by the national toxicology program, by the I.A.R.C. monographs or by OSHA. Nevertheless, good industrial hygienic practices are recommended. Petroleum Distillate (Mineral Oil) INHALATION: Will not produce vapors unless heated to temperatures of ~300 F.Â° EYE CONTACT: Irritating, but will not permanently injure eye tissue. SKIN CONTACT: Prolonged or repeated contact may cause skin irritation. INGESTION: Small amounts (tablespoonful) swallowed are not likely to cause injury. Larger amounts may cause nausea and vomiting. Consult a physician promptly. CHRONIC (CANCER) INFORMATION: IARC Monographs state that when laboratory animals are exposed to severely hydrotreated oils, such as these product(s), there is insufficient evidence for cancer. Thus, these oils are Unlabled in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.1200. Median Lethal Does (LD50 LC50) (Species) Oral: Believed to be >5g/kg (rat); practically non-toxic. Inhalation: Not Determined Dermal: Believed to be >3 g/lg (rat); practically non-toxic. Irritation Index Estimation of Irritation (Species) Skin: Believed to be <0.5/8.0 (rabbit); no appreciable effect Eyes: Believed to be <15/110 (rabbit); no appreciable effect Sensitization: Not Available Other: None Note: Some studies have linked the overexposure of "solvents" to lasting neurological effects and non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ecological information on this product as a mixture has not been determined. 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 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) 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: Flammable Liquid, n.o.s. (naphtha) Limited Quantities Hazard class: 3 UN Number: 1993 Packing Group: I 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 311: Acute health: Yes Chronic health: No Fire: Yes Sudden release of pressure: No Reactive: No SARA 313: Title III of the 1986 Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) and 40 CFR PART 372. Zinc Alkyl Dithiophosphate 68649-42-3 All the chemicals used in this product are TSCA listed. 16. OTHER INFORMATION Manufacturer's Disclaimer: To the best of our knowledge, the information containedherein is accurate. However, neither The Blaster Corporation 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: 3 Reactivity: 0 END OF MSDS DOCUMENT
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