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Material Safety Data Sheet | | Date of issue: July |Revision Date: January 25, |Revision Number: 2008 |2012 | Imperial Supplies Part Number: 0077730 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Manufacturer: FOMO PRODUCTS, INC. P. O. Box 1078 Norton, Ohio 44203 Telephone: 1-800-321-5585 Emergency Phone: CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300 Product Name: ONE-COMPONENT POLYURETHANE FOAM ADHESIVE (HFO-1234ze) Product Code(s): A16317 Recommended Use: UN-Number: UN1956 Product Type: 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Emergency Overview: Product is a liquid urethane prepolymer mixture that is packaged under pressure (Non-Flammable Compressed Gas). Containers should not be heated above 120�F (49�C) to avoid excessive pressure build-up. Appearance: Viscous |Physical State: Liquid |Odor: Slight fluorocarbon liquid | | Potential Health Effects: The primary adverse health effects of this product are related to the Polymeric Isocyanate (MDI) component, and, to a lesser degree, the Fluorocarbon (HFO-1234ze) component. Therefore, adequate ventilation should be provided to avoid exceeding the exposure limits of these components (See Section 8). The likelihood of exceeding these limits are low due to the low concentration of vapor produced during normal use. However, if used indoors, mechanical ventilation or exhaust should be provided during use and until product is cured. Principle Routes of Exposure Acute Effects: Physical Hazards: Since the containers are pressurized, storage temperature should not exceed 120 Deg. F (49 Deg. C) in order to avoid excessive pressure build-up and possible container rupture. Also, the product has strong adhesive-like characteristics and will adhere aggressively to skin and other surfaces. If accidental contact occurs, follow the appropriate first-aid procedure described in Section 4 of this MSDS. Eyes |May be irritating to eyes. Foam contact can cause |physical damage due to adhesive character. Skin |May cause localized irritation, reddening or |swelling. Prolonged or repeated exposure may lead to |sensitization and/or contact dermatitis. Inhalation |May irritate mucous membranes with tightness in |chest, coughing, or allergic asthma-like |sensitivity. Extensive overexposure can lead to |respiratory symptoms like bronchitis and pulmonary |edema. These effects are usually reversible. |Overexposure to trans-1, 1, 1, 3 - |Tetrafluoropropene may cause lightheadedness, |headaches, or lethargy. Persons with cardiac |arrhythmia may be at increased risk in severe |exposure. Ingestion |May cause irritation of mucous membranes in the |mouth and digestive tract. 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 | trans-1,1,1,3- |1645-83-6 |10 to 30 | | | Tetrafluoropropene | |percent | | | (Non-Flammable Compressed| | | | | Gas, HFC, Fluorocarbon) | | | | | HFO-1234ze | | | | | 4,4' - Diphenylmethane |101-68-8 |5 to 10 | | | Diisocyanate (MDI) | |percent | | | Higher Oligomers of MDI |9016-87-9 |5 to 10 | | | (Polymeric MDI) | |percent | | | Urethane Pre-polymer |Not |60 to 100 | | | Blend (Non- Hazardous |Available |percent | | | Proprietary Blend) | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Notes 4. FIRST AID MEASURES General Advice Eyes |Flush with clean water for at least 15 minutes and |obtain medical attention. Skin |Use a rag to remove excess foam from skin and remove |contaminated clothing. Use of a solvent, such as |acetone (nail polish remover) or mineral spirits, may |help in removing uncured foam residue from clothing |or other surfaces (avoid eye contact). Cured foam may |be physically removed by persistent washing with soap |and water. If irritation develops, use mild skin |cream. If irritation persists, obtain medical |attention. Inhalation |If breathing difficulty is experienced, move to area |free of exposure. Provide fresh air. If necessary, |provide oxygen or artificial respiration by trained |personnel and obtain medical attention. Ingestion |Drink 1 to 3 glasses of water and seek immediate |medical attention. Never give anything orally to an |unconscious person. Notes to Physician | Protection of | First-aiders | Notes | 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES Flammability/Flammable | properties | Flash point |Approximately 800 Deg. F (426.6 Deg. C) Recommended Extinguishing |Drink 1 to 3 glasses of water and seek Media |immediate medical attention. Never give |anything orally to an unconscious person. Special Fire-Fighting | Procedures | | Explosion Data |Contents are not known to be sensitive to |mechanical impact or static discharge. Sensitivity to Mechanical | Impact | Sensitivity to Static | Discharge | | Specific Hazards from | Chemical | | Protective Equipment |Wear self-contained breathing apparatus to |protect against toxic decomposition |by-products, including CO, CO2, NO, and traces |of HCN. Cured foam is organic and, therefore, |will burn in the presence of sufficient heat, |oxygen and an ignition source. Main hazards |associated with burning foam are similar to |burning of other organic materials (wood, |paper, cotton, etc.) and precautions against |exposure should be taken accordingly. Avoid |welding or other "hot work" in the vicinity of |exposed cured foam. NFPA |Health Hazard: |Flammability: 2|Instability:|Physical Hazard |1 | |1 | HMIS |Health Hazard: |Flammability: 2|Physical |PPE: |1 | |Hazard: 1 | 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal Precautions Environmental Precautions Methods for Containment Methods for Cleaning Up Notes: Read all product instructions before using. Personal protective equipment should include (impervious gloves, protective eye wear and suitable work clothes). Uncured product is very sticky, so carefully remove the bulk of the foam by scraping it up and then immediately remove residue with a rag and solvent such as polyurethane cleaner, mineral spirits, acetone (nail polish remover), paint thinner, etc. Once the product has cured, it can only be removed physically by scraping, buffing, etc. Dispose as plastic waste (foam plastic) in accordance with all applicable guidelines and regulations. Before disposing of containers, relieve container of any remaining foam and pressure. Allow product to fully cure before disposing. Never discard in a liquid state. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Storage: Store in a cool, dry place. Ideal storage temperature is 60 Deg. F to 80 Deg. F (15.5 Deg. C to 26.6 Deg. C). Storage above 90 Deg. F (32.2 Deg. C) will shorten the shelf life. Storage below 55 Deg. F (12.7 Deg. C) may affect foam quality if chemicals are not warmed before using. Protect containers from physical abuse. Protect unused product from freezing. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Read all product instructions before using. Personal protective equipment should include impervious gloves, protective eye wear and suitable work clothes. Adequate ventilation should also be employed so that vapor levels do not exceed recommended guidelines. If vapor levels are expected to exceed these guidelines, use NIOSH approved, positive pressure, supplied air respirator or a negative pressure half mask with organic vapor cartridges and dust/mist pre-filters. Exercise good personal hygiene, wash thoroughly after each use. Exposure Guidelines Chemical Name |ACGIH TLV |OSHA PEL |NIOSH IDLH |OTHER 4,4' - |0.005 ppm TWA|0.020 ppm | | Diphenylmethane | |ceiling | | Diisocyanate |0.051 mg/m3 |0.200 mg/m3 | | (MDI) |TWA |ceiling | | Higher Oligomers |None |None | | of MDI |Established |Established | | trans-1,1,1,3 - |None |None | | Tetrafluoropropen|Established |Established | | e (Non-Flammable | | | | Compressed Gas, | | | | HFC Fluorocarbon | | | | HFO-1234 Ze) | | | | Engineering Measures Personal Protective Equipment Eyes/Face | Protection | Skin and Body | Protection | Respiratory | Protection | Ventilation/Other | Hygiene Measures 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance |Viscous |Odor |Slight fluorocarbon |liquid | | Odor Threshold | |Physical State | Color | |Viscosity | pH | |Percent Volatile, | | |wt. % | Flash Point |Approximately|Auto-ignition | |800 Deg. F |Temperature | |(426.6 Deg. | | |C) | | Decomposition | |Boiling Point/ Range|-2.2 Deg. F (-19 Temp | | |Deg. C) | | |Other components: | | |Greater than 200 | | |Deg. F (93.3 Deg. C) Melting | |Freezing Point | Point/Range | | | Flammability | |Explosion Limits | Specific Gravity |Approximately|Water Solubility |Insoluble, |1.2 (H2O = 1)| |liberating traces of | | |CO2. Solubility | |Evaporation Rate | Vapor Pressure |Greater than |Vapor Density | |50 psig / 345| | |kPa | | VOC content, wt. | | | % | | | | | | Notes 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Chemical Stability | Incompatible Products | Conditions to avoid | Hazardous Decomposition | Products | Hazardous Polymerization | Notes: This product is considered stable under normal and anticipated storage and handling conditions. Do not store above 120 Deg. F (49 Deg. C). For longest shelf life, avoid storage above 90 Deg. F (32.2 Deg. C). Avoid alcohols, strong bases or amines and metal compounds (such as small particle metal catalysts). 11. TOXICOLOGY INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Product | Information | Inhalation | Eye Contact | Skin Contact | Ingestion | Chemical Name |LD50 Oral |LD50 Dermal |LC50 Inhalation Trans-1,1,1,3- |NA |NA |NA Tetrafluoroprope| | | ne | | | (Non-Flammable | | | Compressed Gas, | | | HFC, | | | Fluorocarbon) | | | HFO-1234ze | | | 4,4' |NA |NA |NA -Diphenylmethane| | | Diisocyanate | | | (MDI) | | | Higher Oligomers|NA |NA |NA of MDI | | | (Polymeric MDI) | | | Urethane |NA |NA |NA Pre-polymer | | | Blend (Non- | | | Hazardous | | | Proprietary | | | Blend) | | | Chronic Toxicity| Chemical Name |ACGIH |IARC |NTP |OSHA | | | | | | | | Target Organ Effects 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ecotoxicity 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 Contaminated Packaging US EPA Waste number Notes 14. TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION DOT UN-Number |UN1956 Proper Shipping name|Compressed Gas n.o.s. (Fluorinated Hydrocarbon, |Nitrogen) Hazard Class |2.2 (Non-Flammable Gas Label) Packing Group | Description | Emergency Response | Guide Number | 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 | IATA UN-Number |UN1956 Proper Shipping name|Compressed Gas n.o.s. (Fluorinated Hydrocarbon, |Nitrogen) Hazard Class |2.2 (Non-Flammable Gas Label) Packing Group | ERG Code | Description | IMDG/IMO UN-Number |UN1956 Proper Shipping name|Compressed Gas n.o.s. (Fluorinated Hydrocarbon, |Nitrogen) Hazard Class |2.2 (Non-Flammable Gas Label) Packing Group | EmS No. | Description | 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 | 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: All ingredients are not currently listed on the TSCA inventory, nor on the Canadian Domestic Substances List. DSL EINECS ENCS IECSC PICCS AICS U.S. Federal Regulations SARA 313: SARA Title III: Contains Diphenylmethane Diisocyanate (CAS #101-68-8) subject to the reporting requirements of SARA Title III. Applicability must be determined by the end user. 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: Proposition 65: Based on information currently available, this product is not known to contain detectable amounts of any chemicals currently listed under California Proposition 65. U.S. State Right-to-Know Regulations International Regulations Canada 16. OTHER INFORMATION Prepared By: Revision Date: January 25, 2012 Company: FOMO PRODUCTS, INC. Revision number Telephone number: 1-800-321-5585 Notes: Information contained herein is deemed to be reliable, conservative and accurate. FOMO Products, Inc. reserves the right to change the design, specifications or any other features at any time and without notice, while otherwise maintaining regulatory compliance. Other Information Disclaimer information: The information and recommendations set forth herein are presented in good faith and believed to be correct as of the date hereof. The manufacturer makes no representations as to the completeness or accuracy there of. Information is supplied upon the condition that the persons receiving it will make their own determination as to its suitability for their purposes prior to use. In no event will the manufacturer be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance upon information. No representations or warranties, either expressed or implied, of merchantability or fitness for a particular use are made hereunder with respect to this information or the product to which information refers. END OF MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
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