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SECTION 1: IDENTIFICATION 1.1. Product Identifier Product Form: Product Name: Pennzoil Multi-Purpose White Grease 705 CAS No: Synonyms: 1.2. Intended Use of the Product Use of the substance/mixture: Automotive and industrial grease. 1.3. Name, Address, and Telephone of the Responsible Party Company Shell Oil Products US P.O. Box 4427 Houston TX 77210-4427 USA Phone: (+1) 877-276-7285 1.4. Emergency Telephone Number Emergency | 877-504-9351, 877-242-7400 number | SECTION 2: HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION 2.1. Classification of the Substance or Mixture Classification (GHS-US) Chronic |Category 3 aquatic | toxicity | | | 2.2. Label Elements GHS-US Labeling Hazard Pictograms (GHS-US) |None Signal Word (GHS-US) |None Hazard Statements (GHS-US) |PHYSICAL HAZARDS: Not classified as a physical |hazard under GHS criteria. |HEALTH HAZARDS: Not classified as a health hazard |under GHS criteria. |ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS: H412 Harmful to aquatic life |with long lasting effects Precautionary Statements |Prevention: P273 Avoid release to the environment. (GHS-US) |Response: No precautionary phrases. |Storage: No precautionary phrases. |Disposal: P501 Dispose of contents/ container to an |approved waste disposal plant. 2.3. Other Hazards Other Hazards Not Contributing to the Classification: Prolonged or repeated skin contact without proper cleaning can clog the pores of the skin resulting in disorders such as oil acne/folliculitis. Used grease may contain harmful impurities. High-pressure injection under the skin may cause serious damage including local necrosis. Not classified as flammable but will burn. The classification of this material is based on OSHA HCS 2012 criteria. 2.4. Unknown Acute Toxicity (GHS-US) SECTION 3: COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS 3.1. Substance Name |Product identifier |% |Classification | | |(GHS-US) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Full text of H-phrases: See Section 16 3.2. Mixture Name |Product identifier |% |Classification | | |(GHS-US) zinc oxide |1314-13-2 |0.1 - | | |2.4 | | | | | | | | | | | | | SECTION 4: FIRST AID MEASURES 4.1. Description of First Aid Measures First-aid Measures General: Not expected to be a health hazard when used under normal conditions. First-aid Measures After Inhalation: No treatment necessary under normal conditions of use. If symptoms persist, obtain medical advice. First-aid Measures After Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing. Flush exposed area with water and follow by washing with soap if available. If persistent irritation occurs, obtain medical attention. When using high pressure equipment, injection of product under the skin can occur. If high pressure injuries occur, the casualty should be sent immediately to a hospital. Do not wait for symptoms to develop. Obtain medical attention even in the absence of apparent wounds. First-aid Measures After Eye Contact: Flush eye with copious quantities of water. If persistent irritation occurs, obtain medical attention. First-aid Measures After Ingestion: In general no treatment is necessary unless large quantities are swallowed, however, get medical advice. 4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed Symptoms/Injuries: Oil acne/folliculitis signs and symptoms may include formation of black pustules and spots on the skin of exposed areas. Ingestion may result in nausea, vomiting and/or diarrhoea. Local necrosis is evidenced by delayed onset of pain and tissue damage a few hours following injection. Symptoms/Injuries After Inhalation: Symptoms/Injuries After Skin Contact: Symptoms/Injuries After Eye Contact: Symptoms/Injuries After Ingestion: Chronic Symptoms: 4.3. Indication of Any Immediate Medical Attention and Special Treatment Needed Treat symptomatically. High pressure injection injuries require prompt surgical intervention an d possibly steroid therapy, to minimise tissue damage and loss of function. Because entry wounds are small and do not reflect the seriousness of the underlying damage, surgical exploration to determine the extent of involvement may be necessary. Local anaesthetics or hot soaks should be avoided because they can contribute to swelling, vasospasm and ischaemia. Prompt surgical decompression, debridement and evacuation of foreign material should be performed under general anaesthetics, and wide exploration is essential. SECTION 5: FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES 5.1. Extinguishing Media Suitable Extinguishing Media: Foam, water spray or fog. Dry chemical powder, carbon dioxide, sand or earth may be used for small fires only. Unsuitable Extinguishing Media: Do not use water in a jet. 5.2. Special Hazards Arising From the Substance or Mixture Fire Hazard: Proper protective equipment including chemical resistant gloves are to be worn; chemical resistant suit is indicated if large contact with spilled product is expected. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus must be worn when approaching a fire in a confined space. Select fire fighter's clothing approved to relevant Standards (e.g. Europe: EN469). Explosion Hazard: Hazardous combustion products may include: A complex mixture of airborne solid and liquid particulates and gases (smoke). Carbon monoxide may be evolved if incomplete combustion occurs. Unidentified organic and inorganic compounds. Reactivity: 5.3. Advice for Firefighters Precautionary Measures Fire: Use extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and the surrounding environment. Firefighting Instructions: Protection During Firefighting: Proper protective equipment including chemical resistant gloves are to be worn; chemical resistant suit is indicated if large contact with spilled product is expected. Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus must be worn when approaching a fire in a confined space. Select fire fighter's clothing approved to relevant Standards (e.g. Europe: EN469). SECTION 6: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES 6.1. Personal Precautions, Protective Equipment and Emergency Procedures General Measures: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. 6.1.1. For Non-emergency Personnel Protective Equipment: Emergency Procedures: 6.1.2. For Emergency Responders Protective Equipment: Emergency Procedures: 6.2. Environmental Precautions Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental contamination. Prevent from spreading or entering drains, ditches or rivers by using sand, earth, or other appropriate barriers. 6.3. Methods and Material for Containment and Cleaning Up For Containment: Shovel into a suitable clearly marked container for disposal or reclamation in accordance with local regulations. Methods for Cleaning Up: 6.4. Reference to Other Sections See heading 8, Exposure Controls and Personal Protection. SECTION 7: HANDLING AND STORAGE 7.1. Precautions for Safe Handling Additional Hazards When Processed: Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin. Avoid inhaling vapour and/or mists. When handling product in drums, safety footwear should be worn and proper handling equipment should be used. Properly dispose of any contaminated rags or cleaning materials in order to prevent fires. Avoidance of contact : Strong oxidising agents. Hygiene Measures: 7.2. Conditions for Safe Storage, Including Any Incompatibilities Technical Measures: Use local exhaust ventilation if there is risk of inhalation of vapours, mists or aerosols. Use the information in this data sheet as input to a risk assessment of local circumstances to help determine appropriate controls for safe handling, storage and disposal of this material. Storage Conditions: Other data : Keep container tightly closed and in a cool, well-ventilated Place. Use properly labeled and closable containers. Store at ambient temperature. Packaging material: Suitable material: For containers or container linings, use mild steel or high density polyethylene. Unsuitable material: PVC. Container Advice: Polyethylene containers should not be exposed to high temperatures because of possible risk of distortion. 7.3. Specific End Use(s) SECTION 8: EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION 8.1. Control Parameters Components CAS-No. Value type (Form of exposure) Control parameters / Permissible Concentration Basis Oil mist, mineral Not Assigned TWA ((inhalable fraction)) 5 mg/m3 US. ACGIH Threshold Limit Values (Mist) 5 mg/m3 OSHA_TRA NS 8.2. Exposure Controls Appropriate Engineering |The level of protection and types of controls Controls |necessary will vary depending upon potential |exposure conditions. Select controls based on a risk |assessment of local circumstances. Appropriate |measures include: Adequate ventilation to control |airborne concentrations. Where material is heated, |sprayed or mist formed, there is greater potential |for airborne concentrations to be generated. General |Information: Define procedures for safe handling and |maintenance of Controls. Educate and train workers |in the hazards and control measures relevant to |normal activities associated with this product. |Ensure appropriate selection, testing and |maintenance of equipment used to control exposure, |e.g. personal protective equipment, local exhaust |ventilation. Drain down system prior to equipment |break-in or maintenance. Retain drain downs in |sealed storage pending disposal or subsequent |recycle. Always observe good personal hygiene |measures, such as washing hands after handling the |material and before eating, drinking, and/or |smoking. Routinely wash work clothing and protective |equipment to remove contaminants. Discard |contaminated clothing and footwear that cannot be |cleaned. Practice good housekeeping. Due to the |product's semi-solid consistency, generation of |mists and dusts is unlikely to occur. Personal Protective Equipment| Materials for Protective | Clothing | Hand Protection |Where hand contact with the product may occur the |use of gloves approved to relevant standards (e.g. |Europe: EN374, US: F739) made from the following |materials may provide suitable chemical protection. |PVC, neoprene or nitrile rubber gloves Suitability |and durability of a glove is dependent on usage, |e.g. frequency and duration of contact, chemical |resistance of glove material, dexterity. Always seek |advice from glove suppliers. Contaminated gloves |should be replaced. Personal hygiene is a key |element of effective hand care. Gloves must only be |worn on clean hands. After using gloves, hands |should be washed and dried thoroughly. Application |of a non-perfumed moisturizer is recommended. For |continuous contact we recommend gloves with |breakthrough time of more than 240 minutes with |preference for > 480 minutes where suitable gloves |can be identified. For short-term/splash protection |we recommend the same, but recognize that suitable |gloves offering this level of protection may not be |available and in this case a lower breakthrough time |maybe acceptable so long as appropriate maintenance |and replacement regimes are followed. Glove |thickness is not a good predictor of glove |resistance to a chemical as it is dependent on the |exact composition of the glove material. Glove |thickness should be typically greater than 0.35 mm |depending on the glove make and model. Eye Protection |If material is handled such that it could be |splashed into eyes, protective eyewear is |recommended. Skin and Body Protection |Skin protection is not ordinarily required beyond |standard work clothes. It is good practice to wear |chemical resistant gloves. Respiratory Protection |No respiratory protection is ordinarily required |under normal conditions of use. |In accordance with good industrial hygiene |practices, precautions should be taken to avoid |breathing of material. If engineering controls do |not maintain airborne concentrations to a level |which is adequate to protect worker health, select |respiratory protection equipment suitable for the |specific conditions of use and meeting relevant |legislation. Check with respiratory protective |equipment suppliers. Where air-filtering respirators |are suitable, select an appropriate combination of |mask and filter. Select a filter suitable for the |combination of organic gases and vapours [Type |A/Type P boiling point >65�C (149�F)]. Thermal Hazard Protection | SECTION 9: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES 9.1. Information on Basic Physical and Chemical Properties Physical State | Appearance |Semi-solid at ambient temperature. Odor |Slight hydrocarbon Odor Threshold |Data not available pH |Not applicable Relative Evaporation Rate |Data not available (butylacetate=1) | Melting Point | Freezing Point | Boiling Point |Data not available Flash Point |>= 174 �C / >= 345 �F Method: ASTM D92 Auto-ignition Temperature |> 320 �C / 608 �F Decomposition Temperature |Data not available Flammability (solid, gas) |Data not available Vapor Pressure | < 0.5 Pa (20 �C / 68 �F) |estimated value(s) Relative Vapor Density at 20 �C |> 1estimated value(s) Relative Density |0.925 (15 �C / 59 �F) Specific Gravity | Solubility |Solubility(ies) Water solubility: negligible |Solubility in other solvents: Data not |available Partition coefficient: |Pow: > 6(based on information on similar n-octanol/water |products) Viscosity |Viscosity, dynamic : Data not available |Viscosity, kinematic : 124 mm2/s (40.0 �C / |104.0 �F) |Method: ASTM D445 Lower Flammable Limit |Typical 10 %(V) Upper Flammable Limit |Typical 1 %(V) 9.2. Other Information SECTION 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY 10.1 Reactivity 10.2 Chemical Stability Stable. 10.3 Possibility of Hazardous Reactions Reacts with strong oxidizing agents. 10.4 Conditions to Avoid Extremes of temperature and direct sunlight. 10.5 Incompatible Materials Strong oxidizing agents. 10.6 Hazardous Decomposition Products Hazardous decomposition products are not expected to form during normal storage. SECTION 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION 11.1. Information on Toxicological Effects Acute Toxicity: Acute oral toxicity : LD50 (rat): > 5,000 mg/kg Remarks: Expected to be of low toxicity: Acute inhalation toxicity : Remarks: Not considered to be an inhalation hazard under normal conditions of use. Acute dermal toxicity : LD50 (Rabbit): > 5,000 mg/kg Remarks: Expected to be of low toxicity: Skin Corrosion/Irritation: Remarks: Expected to be slightly irritating., Prolonged or repeated skin contact without proper cleaning can clog the pores of the skin resulting in disorders such as oil acne/folliculitis. Serious Eye Damage/Irritation: Remarks: Expected to be slightly irritating. Respiratory or Skin Sensitization: Remarks: Not expected to be a skin sensitiser. Germ Cell Mutagenicity: Remarks: Not considered a mutagenic hazard. Carcinogenicity: Remarks: Not expected to be carcinogenic. Reproductive Toxicity: Remarks: Not expected to impair fertility., Not expected to be a developmental toxicant. Specific Target Organ Toxicity (Single Exposure): Remarks: Not expected to be a hazard. Specific Target Organ Toxicity (Repeated Exposure): Remarks: Not expected to be a hazard. Aspiration Hazard: Not considered an aspiration hazard. Symptoms/Injuries After Inhalation: Symptoms/Injuries After Skin Contact: Symptoms/Injuries After Eye Contact: Symptoms/Injuries After Ingestion: Chronic Symptoms: SECTION 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION 12.1. Toxicity Toxicity to fish (Acute toxicity): Remarks: Expected to be harmful: LL/EL/IL50 10-100 mg/l Toxicity to daphnia and other aquatic invertebrates (Acute toxicity): Remarks: Expected to be harmful: LL/EL/IL50 10-100 mg/l Toxicity to algae (Acute toxicity): Remarks: Expected to be harmful: LL/EL/IL50 10-100 mg/l Toxicity to fish (Chronic toxicity): Remarks: Data not available Toxicity to daphnia and other aquatic invertebrates (Chronic toxicity) : Remarks: Data not available Toxicity to bacteria (Acute toxicity) : Remarks: Data not available 12.2. Persistence and Degradability Biodegradability : Remarks: Expected to be not readily biodegradable. Major constituents are expected to be inherently biodegradable, but contains components that may persist in the environment. 12.3. Bioaccumulative Potential Bioaccumulation : Remarks: Contains components with the potential to bioaccumulate. 12.4. Mobility in Soil Mobility : Remarks: Semi-solid under most environmental conditions. If it enters soil, it will adsorb to soil particles and will not be Mobile. Remarks: Floats on water. 12.5. Other Adverse Effects no data available SECTION 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS 13.1. Waste treatment methods Waste Disposal Recommendations: Recover or recycle if possible. It is the responsibility of the waste generator to determine the toxicity and physical properties of the material generated to determine the proper waste classification and disposal methods in compliance with applicable regulations. Do not dispose into the environment, in drains or in water courses Additional Information: Contaminated packaging : Dispose in accordance with prevailing regulations, preferably to a recognized collector or contractor. The competence of the collector or contractor should be established beforehand. Disposal should be in accordance with applicable regional, national, and local laws and regulations. Local legislation Remarks : Disposal should be in accordance with applicable regional, national, and local laws and regulations. SECTION 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION 14.1 In Accordance with DOT Proper Shipping Name |Not regulated as a dangerous good Hazard Class | |<PICTOGRAM PHRASE> Identification Number| | Label Codes | | ERG Number | 14.2 In Accordance with IMDG Proper Shipping Name |Not regulated as a dangerous good Hazard Class | Identification Number| Label Codes | |<PICTOGRAM PHRASE> ntification Of The | | Substance/m | | EmS-No. (Fire) | | EmS-No. (Spillage) | | 14.3 In Accordance with IATA Proper Shipping Name |Not regulated as a dangerous good Identification Number| |<PICTOGRAM PHRASE> Hazard Class | | Label Codes | | ntification Of The | | Substance/m | | ERG Code (IATA) | SECTION 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION 15.1 US Federal Regulations This material does not contain any components with a CERCLA RQ., Shell classifies this material as an "oil" under the CERCLA Petroleum Exclusion, therefore releases to the environment are not reportable under CERCLA. SARA 313 : This material does not contain any chemical components with known CAS numbers that exceed the threshold (De Minimis) reporting levels established by SARA Title III, Section 313. SARA Section 311/312 Hazard Classes |No SARA Hazards Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) |All components listed. 15.2 US State Regulations California Prop 65: This product does not contain any chemicals known to State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or any other reproductive harm. SECTION 16: OTHER INFORMATION, INCLUDING DATE OF PREPARATION OR LAST REVISION Revision date |05/22/2015 Other |This document has been prepared in accordance with the SDS Information |requirements of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR |1910.1200. 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