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Material Safety Data Sheet


Emergency Phone Number: (510) 832-4404
Prepared: 05-22-1987
Updated: 06-01-1996

I. Product Identification

Generic ID: Complex Aerosol Mixture
DOT Shipping Name: Consumer Commodity
DOT Hazard Class: ORM-D
Trade Name: Silicone Spray

II. Hazardous Components

Ingredient CAS Number PEL(ppm) TLV(ppm)
1,1,1 - Tricholoroethane 71-55-6 350 350
Poly (Dimethyl) Siloxane 63148-62-9 - -
Isopropyl Alcohol 67-63-0 400 400
Propellants:
  • Propane
  • 74-98-6 - 1000
  • Butane
  • 75-28-5 - 1000

    III. Physical Data

    Boiling Point: 160° F
    Specific Gravity: 1.297
    Vapor Pressure (mmHg at 20° C): 45
    Percent Volatiles:: 98%
    Specific Vapor Density (Air=1): Not Determined
    Volatile Organic Content (VOC): 1297 g/l or 10.8 lb/gal

    IV. Fire and Explosion Data

    Flash Point (TCC): 63° F
    Lower Explosive Limit: N/A
    Extinguishing Media: Foam, Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical.
    Special Firefighting Procedures: Keep containers cool. Use equipment or shielding required to protect personnel against bursting, rupturing or venting containers.
    Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: At elevated temperatures (above 120° F) containers may vent, rupture or burst.

    V. Health Hazard Data

    Effects of Acute Overexposure:
  • Eyes: Can cause irritation, redness, tearing, blurred vision.
  • Skin: Can cause irritation, defatting, dermatitis.
  • Inhalation: Can cause dizziness, drowsiness and throat irritations.
  • Swallowing: Low to moderate toxicity.

    First Aid:
  • Eyes: Flush with water lifting upper and lower lids. Get medical attention.
  • Skin: Wash exposed area with soap and water.
  • Inhaled: Remove to fresh air. Give oxygen or artificial respiration as required.
  • Swallowed: DO NOT induce vomiting. Get medical attention.

    Chronic Effects of Overexposure:
  • Aspiration of material into lungs due to vomiting can cause chemical pneumonitis. Blood pressure depression, cardiac sensitization, ventricular arrythmia, unconsciousness and death possible at levels above 10,000 PPM.

  • VI. Reactivity Data

    Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur.
    Stability: Stable.
    Incompatibility (Avoid Contact With): Strong alkalis, oxidizers, aluminum and other reactive metals.

    VII. Spill or Leak Procedures

    Spill Procedures: Eliminate all ignition sources. Clean with absorbent materials and place in closed containers for waste disposal.
    Waste Disposal: Consult Federal, State and Local disposal authorities for approved disposal procedures. When used properly, aerosol products do not generate hazardous waste.

    VIII. Special Protection and Precautions

    Respiratory Protection: Approved organic vapor type respirator if TLV (or PEL) values are exceeded.
    Ventilation: Provide ventilation to maintain safe exposure levels.
    Protective Gloves: Wear resistant gloves such as: Neoprene, nitrile rubber, polyvinyl chloride.
    Eye Protection: Chemical splash goggles in compliance with OSHA regulations.
    Other Protective Equipment: N/A

    Comments: Pressureized containers must not be exposed to temperatures above 120° F and spray should not be directed towards face or eyes, open flame or other source of ignition.
     
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