2088 2nd St. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Norcoa, CA 92865
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1. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
Product ..: Thick & Sandable HD Bondtec Clear
Product # ....: 20x50TS
Chemical Family ..: Polyester Resin
Chemical Name : Unsaturated Polyester
2. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS:
Name/CAS# Exposure limits Concentration
Styrene/ 100-42-5 osha: 50.00 PPM Twa 21%
100.00 PPM Stel
acgih: 50.00 PPM Twa
100.00 PPM Stel
3. HAZARDOUS IDENTIFICATION:
Warning! Color: Pinkish tint; Form: Viscous Liquid; Odor: Negligible; May cause respirator tract irritation; Inhalation may cause nausea or dizziness; May cause eye irritation; May be harmful if swallowed; Irritating gases/fumes may be given off during burning or thermal decomposition.
Potential Health Effects:
Route of entry : Inhalation; skin contact; skin absorption; eye contact
Human Effects and Symptoms of Overexposure:
Air monitoring conducted during the curing of this product has shown that acrolein and acetaldehyde vapors can be generated; if curing occurs in an unventilated area exposure limit for acrolein could be exceeded. The following health effects include signs and symptoms associated with overexposure to acrolein and acetaldehyde.
Acute Inhalation ..: Acrolein vapors cause severe respiratory and eye irritation. Symptoms of overexposure include lacrimation, a burning sensation in the throat, cough, chest discomfort and cyanosis (bluish discoloration of earlobes, lips and fingernails due to lack of oxygen in the blood). The tlv is designed to minimize irritation. Acetaldehyde vapors cause respiratory and eye irritation. The irritant effects include cough and burning sensation in the nose, throat and eyes. High concentrations can cause central system depression.
Chronic Inhalation .: None known.
Acute Skin Contact : Based on animal testing (see animal toxicity section), this product is not expected to be a skin irritant.
Chronic Skin Contact : None known.
Acute Eye Contact .: Based on animal testing, eye contact with liquid, aerosols and vapors of this product are not expected to cause eye irritation. However, eye contact with acrolein and acetaldehyde vapors (which can be generated during curing) at concentrations above their respective tlvs can cause redness, tearing and swelling of the eyes.
Chronic Eye Contact .: None known.
Acute Ingestion ..: Can cause irritation in the mouth, stomach tissue and digestive tract.
Chronic Ingestion ..: None known.
Carcinogenicity NTP .: Not listed.
IRAC ..: Not listed.
OSHA .: Not regulated.
Aggravated by Exposure ..: Respiratory disorders may be aggravated by exposure to acrolein and acetaldehyde vapors.
Exposure Limits : Not established for product as a whole, refer to section 2 for exposure limits of hazardous constituents.
FIRST AID MEASURES:
First Aid For Eyes .: Flush with clean, lukewarm water (low pressure) for at least 15 minutes occasionally lifting eyelids. Obtain medical attention.
First Aid For Skin
Remove contaminated clothing.
First Aid For Inhalation ..: Move to an area free from risk of further exposure. Administer artificial respiration or oxygen if needed. Obtain medical attention immediately.
First Aid For Ingestion : DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. DO NOT GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO AN UNCONCIOUS PERSON. Consult physician.
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES:
Flash Point : 98 F (36.6 C) Pensky-Martens Closed cup (astm D-93)
Flammable Limits : (UEL)(%): 6.1 Styrene
(LEL) (%): 1.1 Styrene
Extinguishing Media ..: Dry chemical; Carbon dioxide; Foam; Water.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Full emergency equipment with self-contained breathing apparatus should be worn by firefighters. During a fire thermal decomposition and combustion may generate irritating and toxic gases and aerosols.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazards: Closed container may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Use cold water spray to cool fire-exposed containers to minimize risk of rupture.
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES:
Spill or Leak Procedures : Evacuate non-essential personnel. Remove all sources of ignition and ventilate the area. Dike or impound spilled material and control further spillage if feasible. Notify appropriate authorities if necessary. Cover spill with sawdust, vermiculite, Fullers earth or other absorbent material. Collect material and place in a clean empty drum for disposal. Utilize recommended protective equipment.
7. HANDING & STORAGE:
Storage Temperature (min/max.): 41 F (5 C) / 68 F (20 C)
Shelf Life ..:
Special Sensitivity : Heat, light, moisture.
Handling/Storage Precautions : Stored in closed containers and in the dark at temperatures less than 68 F (20 C). If organic peroxide curing agents are used, mixing with pure accelerators can cause decomposition with explosive force. One material must be thoroughly dispersed in the resin before the second is added.
Eye-protection Requirements : Splash goggles, safety glasses or face shield. Contact lenses should not be worn.
Skin Protection Requirements ..: Permeation resistant gloves.
Ventilation/Respiratory Requirement: Exhaust ventilation sufficient to keep the airborne concentrations of acrolein and acetaldehyde below the appropriate TLVs during curing of coating system must be utilized. Exhaust air may need to be cleaned by scrubbers & filters to reduce environmental contamination. Curing ovens must be ventilated to prevent off-gases from entering the workplace.
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:
Physical Form .: Liquid
Color : Colorless to Pink
Odor .: Of Solvent
Boiling Point .: Styrene: 293 F (145 C)
Heat Distortion Temperature ..: 280 F
Melting/Freezing Point .: Styrene: -23 F (-30.5 C)
Solubility in Water .: Insoluble
Specific Gravity .: 1.12 at 68 F (20 C)
Bulk Density .: Approx. 8.77 LB/gal Clear
% Volatile By Weight ..: 25 %
Vapor Pressure ..: Less than 7.5 mm Hg @ 68 F (20 C)
Vapor Density .: 3.59 (Styrene) (Air = 1)
VOC : 299.6 grams Per Gallon or 79 Grams Per Liter
STABILITY AND REACTIVITY:
Stability ..: Stable when stored in dark at temperatures below 68 F (20 C).
Hazardous Polymerization : May occur; If product is not stored in dark at temperatures below 68 F (20 C), polymerization may occur.
Incompatibilities : Aliphatic hydrocarbons.
Instability Conditions : None known.
Decomposition Products : By fire: CO2, CO. During curing process: Acrolein, Acetaldehyde.
Oral LD50 : Greater than 5000 mg/kg (rat)
Eye Effects : Non-irritant (rabbit)
Skin Effects : Slightly Irritating, 24h (rabbit)
No Ecological Information Available
Waste Disposal Method : Waste must be disposed of in accordance with Federal, State and local environmental control regulations. Incineration is the preferred method. Empty containers must be handled with care due to product residue. Decontaminate containers prior to disposal.
Technical Shipping Name .: Resin Solution
Freight Class ..: 55
Hazard Class Division ..: 3
UN # ..: UN1866
Subsidiary Risk ..: None
Packing Group ..: III
Hazard Label ..: Flammable Liquid
Radioactive ..: Non-radioactive
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION:
The following chemicals are specifically listed by individual states; other product specific health and safety data in other sections of the MSDS may also be applicable for state requirements. For details on your regulatory requirements you should contact the appropriate agency in your state.
Name/cas # Concentration State Code
Styrene / 100-42-5 24% PA1,MA,NJ1
Acetaldehyde / 75-07-0 *% CA
Unsaturated Polyester Resin 65-75% PA3
Ester 1- 10 % PA3
This information is furnished without warranty, expressed or implied, except that it is accurate to the best knowledge of Simtec. The data on this sheet relates only to the material specified herein. Simtec assumes no legal responsibility for use or reliance upon these data.
Effective Date: 1-27-2010 Approved By Mike DeVries