- This information is based on findings from related or similar materials.
- Eye: irritant
- Skin: no irritation
- Ingestion: vast ingestion may cause diarrhea and stomach irritation
- Inhalation: vast inhalation may irritant to nose, throat and lung, may cause cough, breathe hard and asthma, etc.
Potential Health Effects, Signs and Symptoms of Exposure:
- Primary Route of Entry: No specific information available.
- Eye: No specific information available. Contains materials that are essentially non irritating, but contact may cause slight transient irritation.
- Skin: No specific information available.
- Ingestion: No specific information available. Contains materials that are considered to be practically nontoxic.
- Inhalation: No specific information available. Low volatility makes vapor inhalation unlikely. Aerosol can be irritating.
- Sub-Chronic Effects: No specific information available. Limited tests showed no evidence of teratogenicity in animals. A lifetime skin painting study with mice showed no evidence of carcinogenicity.
Flash Point (°F/°C)
Flammable Limit (vol%)
Auto -ignition temperature (vol%)
>212 °F/100 °C Seta flash
Extinguishing Media: Use carbon dioxide or dry chemical for small fires; aqueous foam or water for large fires.
Fire Fighting Instructions: Remove all ignition sources. Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and complete personal protective equipment when entering confined areas where potential for exposure to vapors or products of combustion exists.
Unusual Hazards: High temperatures and fire conditions may cause rapid and uncontrolled polymerization which can result in explosions and the violent rupture of storage vessels or containers. Avoid the use of a stream of water to control fires since frothing can occur.
Spill or Release Procedures -
- Spontaneous polymerization can occur. Although material is non-flammable please try to eliminate all ignition sources. Use eye and skin protection. Place leaking containers in a well ventilated area. Dike and recover large
- spills. Soak up small spills with inert solids (such as vermiculite, clay) and sweep/shovel into disposal container.
- Wash spill area with strong detregent and water solution; rinse with water, but minimize water use during cleanup.
- Do not flush to sewer! Dispose and report per regulatory requirements if necessary. Please prevent washings from entering waterways.
Handling: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor. Keep container closed when not in use.
prolonged exposure to light. Wash contaminated clothing thoroughly before reuse. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water after handling. lsopropol Alcohol can be used to remove sticky residue from hands. Solvents should not be used to clean skin because of increased penetration potential.
When handling gel for product use, do not heat above 100°F/38°C or disassociation of resins in product may occur. Material is UV light sensitive, avoid prolonged exposure to light/heat.
Storage: Store in a cool place, away from heat and light. Store at temperatures below 100°F/38°C.
Explosion Hazard: High temperatures and fire conditions may cause rapid and uncontrolled polymerization which can result in explosions and the violent rupture of storage vessels or containers.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EOUIPMENT
- General to identify additional Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements, it is recommended that a hazard assessment be conducted before using this product .
- Eyes: Avoid eye contact. Ensure eye wash is available. When removing product with an electric file we recommend the use of safety googles.
- Respiratory Protection: May be used with an air purifier.
- Skin: Avoid contact with skin. If contact to skin occurs remove with warm water and soap and isopropyl alcohol.
Odor & odor Threshold
Characteristic acylate o
By Volume :<0.5
Stability: Normally Stable
Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): Polymerization initiators including peroxides, strong oxidizing agents, copper, copper alloys, carbon steel, iron, rust and string bases.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: Fumes produced when heated to decomposition may include:
- carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide.
- Hazardous Polymerization: May occur -- Uncontrolled polymerization may cause rapid evolution of
- Heat and increased pressure that could result in violent rupture of sealed storage vessels or containers. Conditions to Avoid:
- Storage >100°F/38°C , exposure to light, loss of dissolved air, loss of polymerization inhibitor, contamination
- with incompatible materials