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POLYURETHANE FOAM CLEANER                                                     
(Foam Cleaner)                                                                
MSDS # A16304                                                                 
Issue Date:  March 2005      Last Rev:  October 22, 2010                      
MATERIAL     SAFETY     DATA     SHEET                                        
1.  PRODUCT & COMPANY IDENTIFICATION                                          
Chemical Product                                                              
Polyurethane Foam Cleaner                                                     
FOMO PRODUCTS, INC.                                                           
P. O. Box 1078                                                                
Norton, Ohio  44203                                                           
Emergency Overview                                                            
Product Information:  1-800-321-5585 (Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm).  In Ohio  
and outside the United                                                        
States call (330) 753-4585                                                    
Transportation Emergency:  CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300 (24 hours).  One-Component 
Foam Sealant HC is registered by the manufacturer, FOMO PRODUCTS, INC.        
International Transportation Emergency:  CHEMTREC (703) 527-3887              
Product is a pressurized, flammable organic solvent.  Containers should not be
heated above 120oF (49oC) to avoid excessive pressure build-up.               
2.  HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION                                                    
Emergency Overview                                                            
DANGER!  Extremely Flammable Liquid and Vapor.  Vapors may cause a flash fire.
May cause eye, skin, nose, throat and respiratory tract irritation.  Harmful  
if inhaled.  Contents under pressure, storage temperature should not exceed   
120oF (49oC) in order to avoid excessive pressure build up and possible       
container rupture.  May cause central nervous system effects causing          
dizziness, headache, or nausea.  Prolonged or repeated contact may dry the    
skin and cause irritation and burns.  Turn off all ignition sources.          
Potential Health Effects                                                      
The primary adverse health effects of this product are related to an acute or 
chronic over exposure to Acetone.  This material can be harmful or fatal if   
inhaled or ingested.  This product should be used in a well ventilated area to
avoid exceeding the exposure limits of these components (listed in Section 8  
of this MSDS).  If used indoors, mechanical ventilation or exhaust should be  
provided during use (see Section 8.)                                          
Entry Route:    Effects of Overexposure                                       
Inhalation:     Repeated and prolonged exposure to organic solvents at or     
                above levels can produce anesthetic effects, such as dizziness
                or lightheadedness.  May cause physiological injury and should
                be avoided.  Exposure to extremely high vapor concentrations  
                can cause death.                                              
Eyes:           Liquids and vapors are an irritant to the eyes, causing pain, 
                lacrimation and general inflammation.  Symptoms include       
                stinging, tearing, redness, and swelling of the eyes.         
Skin:           May be mildly irritating to skin.  Continued exposure may lead
                to dermatitis and general inflammation.  Symptoms may include 
                redness, burning, drying and cracking of skin, and skin burns.
                Passage of the material into the skin is possible, but        
                unlikely to result in absorption of harmful amounts.          
Ingestion:      Small amounts swallowed as a result of normal handling are not
                likely to cause injury; swallowing large amounts may cause    
                injury.  This material can get into the lungs through         
                swallowing or vomiting.  If vomiting results in aspiration,   
                chemical pneumonia or lung damage could occur.                
If accidental contact occurs, follow the appropriate first aid procedure      
described in Section 4 of this MSDS.                                          
3.  Composition                                                               
Chemical Name (common names)    CAS Number           Percentage               
Acetone                         67-64-1              60 to 100 percent        
Carbon Dioxide (Compressed Gas) 124-38-9             5 to 10 percent          
(NOTE:  See Section 8 of this MSDS for Exposure Guidelines)                   
(NOTE:  See Section 11 of this MSDS for Toxicological Information- LC50 and   
4.  FIRST AID                                                                 
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
Eye Contact:    Immediately flush with clean water for at least 15 minutes and
                obtain medical attention.  If the person is wearing contact   
                lenses, flush initially for 5 minutes, remove lenses and then 
                flush for an additional 15 minutes.  Contact a physician.     
Skin Contact:   Remove contaminated clothing.  Wash off immediately with soap 
                and plenty of water.  If irritation persists obtain medical   
                attention.  Wash contaminated clothing before re-use.         
Ingestion:      Do not induce vomiting.  Never give anything orally to an     
                unconscious person.  Contact or transport to a medical        
                facility immediately.                                         
5.  FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES                                                    
Extinguishing Media:  Dry Chemical, carbon dioxide, Halon 1211, chemical      
foams, or water spray (if used in large quantities).                          
Firefighting Procedures:  Isolate area and deny unnecessary entry.  Stay      
upwind.  Water is not recommended unless used in large quantities as a fine   
spray when other extinguishing agents are not available.  Water may spread the
fire.  Protective equipment:  Wear self-contained breathing apparatus to      
protect against toxic decomposition by-products, including Carbon monoxide,   
and Carbon dioxide.  Wear all turn out gear (boots, trousers, helmet, gloves, 
and hood).                                                                    
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazards:  Contains flammable propellant.  Eliminate    
ignition sources.  High temperatures will raise the pressure in the           
containers, which may lead to rupturing.  Aerosol cans exposed to fire or high
temperature can rupture and rocket.  Vapors are heavier than air, and may     
travel along the ground and for long distances.  This material is volatile and
can be ignited by static discharge, flames, sparks, heaters, smoking, or other
ignition source.                                                              
6.  ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES                                               
Personal Precautions:  Wear skin, eye, and respiratory protection and         
equipment (See section 8).  Ventilate the area.  Vapors can accumulate in low 
areas.  Read all product instructions before using.                           
Environmental Precautions:  Containment should include preventing the spill   
from entering drains, sewers, waterways, groundwater, or soil.  If run-off    
occurs contact the proper authorities as required.                            
Clean Up Procedures/Neutralization:  Absorb liquid on vermiculite, floor      
absorbent or other absorbent material.  Materials used in cleaning up spill   
may be considered hazardous waste.                                            
7.  HANDLING AND STORAGE                                                      
Handling:  Extremely flammable aerosol compressed gas.  Keep away from sources
of heat, sparks, and flame.  Remove all ignition sources.  Turn off all pilot 
lights.  Do not smoke.  Wear proper personal protective equipment when using  
the product.  Use only in a well ventilated area.  Take precautionary measures
against static discharge.                                                     
Storage:  Store in a dry place.  Ideal storage temperature for is 60oF to 80oF
(15.5oC to 26.6oC).  Keep away from heat and sources of ignition.  Keep       
containers closed.  Always store container upright.  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF     
8.  EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION                                     
Read all product instructions before using.                                   
Exposure Guidelines                                                           
Acetone             OSHA                1000 ppm            2,400 mg/m3        
                    ACGIH               500 ppm TWA                            
                    ACGIH               750 ppm STEL                           
                    NIOSH               250 ppm REL         590 mg/m3          
Carbon dioxide      ACGIH               5000 ppm                               
                    OSHA                1000 ppm                               
Personal Protective Equipment                                                 
Respiratory Protection/Ventilation:  Only use in a well ventilated area.      
Mechanical ventilation may be needed to maintain exposure below exposure      
Hand Protection:  Use chemically resistant gloves.  Nitrile/butadiene rubber, 
Butyl Rubber, polyethylene, PVC (vinyl), or neoprene gloves are also          
effective.  Glove selection should take into account potential body reactions 
to certain materials and manufacturer's instructions for use.                 
Eye Protection:  Use safety glasses with side shields or goggles.  An eye wash
station should be in the area.                                                
Skin Protection:  Avoid contact with skin.  Use clothing that protects against
dermal exposure.                                                              
9.  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES                                          
Appearance:                       Liquid                                      
Odor:                             Solvent Odor.                               
pH:                               No test data available                      
Melting/Freezing Point:           -94.8 o C (-138.6 oF) Acetone Vendor        
Boiling Point:                    56oC (132.8oF) Acetone Vendor               
Flash Point:                      -20oC (-4oF)                                
Specific Gravity:                 0.8 (H20 = 1)                               
Solubility in Water:              Soluble                                     
Partition Coefficient             No test data available                      
Auto-ignition Temperature:        465oC (869oF)                               
Decomposition Temperature:        Not available                               
Evaporation Rate:                 14.40                                       
Flammability Limits:              Lower 2.6% (V) Upper 12.8% (V) - Acetone    
Vapor Pressure:                   Container is under pressure (greater than 50
                                  psig) 345kPa Liquid vapor pressure 30.79 kPa
                                  @77oF (25oC)                                
Vapor Density:                    2 (AIR = 1)                                 
10.  STABILITY AND REACTIVITY                                                 
Stability:  This product is considered stable under normal and anticipated    
storage and handling conditions.  Do not store above 120oF (49oC).            
Materials to Avoid:  Strong oxidizing agents, incompatible with acids,        
halogenated compounds, reducing agents, and strong bases.                     
Conditions to Avoid:  High temperatures will raise the pressure in the        
containers, which may lead to rupturing.  Avoid static discharge.             
Thermal Decomposition:  Toxic decomposition by-products include Carbon        
monoxide and Carbon dioxide.                                                  
11.  TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION                                                
Acute Toxicity for Acetone:                                                   
Ingestion:  LD50 5,800 mg/kg (rate, male/female)                              
Skin:  LD50 >20,000 mg/kg (rabbit)                                            
Skin: (rabbit, slightly irritating)                                           
Eye:  (rabbit, moderately irritating)                                         
Repeated Dose Toxicity:  Symptoms of excessive exposure include dizziness and 
drowsiness.  This product contains components which have been reported to     
cause effects of the following organs in animals:  blood, kidney and liver.   
Developmental Toxicity:  has been toxic to the fetus in lab animals at dos    
toxic to the mother                                                           
Genetic Toxicity In vitro:  In vitro studies were negative.                   
12.  ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION                                                   
Ecological Data for Acetone:                                                  
Biodegradation:  Readily Biodegradeable.                                      
Bioaccumulation:  1                                                           
Acute Toxicity to  LC50:  5540 mg/l Oncorhynchus mykiss (rainbow trout), 96h 
                   LC50:  8300 mg/l Lepomis macrochirus (bluegill sunfish),  
                   LC50:  8120 mg/l Pimephales promelas (fathead minnow) 96h 
Acute Toxicity to Aquatic Invertebrates:  EC50:  10 mg/l Daphnia magna (water 
flea), 24h                                                                    
Toxicity to algae:  EC50: >100 mg/l, Selenastrum capricornutum, 96h           
13.  DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS                                                  
Do not dispose product into drains, sewers, waterways, groundwater, or soil.  
1.  DO NOT INCINERATE CONTAINERS                                              
2.  Before disposing of containers, relieve container of any remaining        
pressure.  Never discard in a liquid state.  Always wear safety glasses or    
goggles, nitrile gloves, and clothing that protects against dermal exposure   
when disposing of product.                                                    
SERVICE FOR GUIDANCE.                                                         
14.  TRANSPORTATION                                                           
Shipping Information                                                          
             Containers 1000 cu. Cm. (1 liter) or Less                        
Ground       Consumer Commodity ORM-D (On Shipper Carton)                     
Air          UN1950 Aerosols, Flammable 2.1 (Flammable Gas Label)             
             LIMITED QUANTITY                                                 
             Packing Instruction (Cargo & Passenger) 203                      
Water        UN1950 Aerosols, Flammable 2.1 (Flammable Gas Label)             
             LIMITED QUANTITY                                                 
Note         Emergency Response Guide Numbers - Consumer Commodity #171, for  
             Aerosols #126                                                    
15.  REGULATORY                                                               
OSHA Hazcom Standard Rating:                                                  
WHMIS Classification:                                                         
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)/Domestic Substances List (DSL):           
All ingredients are listed on the TSCA inventory, as well as the Canadian     
Domestic Substances List.                                                     
SARA Title III:  Section 311/312                                              
Acute Health Hazard, Chronic Health Hazard, Fire Hazard, Sudden Release of    
Pressure Hazard                                                               
SARA Title III:  Section 313                                                  
This product does not contain chemicals at levels which require reporting     
under this statue.                                                            
State Right-To Know Information:  Massachusetts, New Jersey or Pennsylvania   
Right to Know Substance Lists:                                                
Chemical Name (common       CAS Number               Percentage               
Acetone                     67-64-1                  60 to 100 percent        
California 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.                                                               
16.  OTHER                                                                    
NFPA:            Health Hazard 1;  Flammability 3;  Reactivity 0              
HMIS:            Health Hazard 1;  Flammability 3;  Physical Hazard 0         
The information and recommendations set forth herin are presented in good     
faith and believed to be correct as of the date herof.  The manufacturer makes
no representations as to the completeness or accuracy therof.  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.                       
Information contained herin 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.                                  
LAST REVISION:  August 2010-3        Product Management        A16304         


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