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Butyl Cellosolve


MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

 

PRODUCT NAME:

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Ingredients/Identity Information

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Ingredient:2-BUTOXYETHANOL (ETHYLENEGLYCOL MONOBUTYL ETHER), BUTYL CELLOSOLVE, BUTYL GLYCOL, GLYCOL ETHER

EB Percent: 100 NIOSH (RTECS) Number: KJ8575000 CAS Number: 111-76-2 OSHA PEL: 50 PPM (SKIN) ACGIH TLV: 25 PPM (SKIN) Other

Recommended Limit: 25 PPM (SKIN)

Physical/Chemical Characteristics

Appearance And Odor: COLORLESS LIQUID, MILD ODOR Boiling Point: 340.2F Melting Point: -94.7F Vapor Pressure (MM Hg/70 F): 0.6 Vapor

Density (Air=1): 4.1 Specifi c Gravity: 0.9022 Evaporation Rate And Ref: (BU AC=1):0.08 Solubility In Water: COMPLETE @ 20C Percent Volatiles

By Volume: 100

Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point: Flash Point: 160F Flash Point Method: PMCC Lower Explosive Limit: 1.1 Upper Explosive Limit: 10.5 CO2/DRY CHEMICAL. Special

Fire Fighting Proc: USE SCBA & PROTECTIVE CLOTHING Unusual Fire And Expl Hazrds: MAY PRODUCE A FLOATING FIRE HAZARD IN

EXTREME FIRE CONDITIONS.

Reactivity Data

Stability: YES Cond To Avoid (Stability): DRYNESS, EXCESSIVE TEMP/PROLONGED REFLUX, HEAT, FLAME. Materials To Avoid: STRONG

ALKALI, ACID, STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS, GLYCOL ETHERS, STRONG BASES, STRONG EXOTHERMIC COMPOUNDS. Hazardous

Decomp Products: CO/CO2/STRONG EXOTHERMIC Hazardous Poly Occur: NO

Health Hazard Data

Route Of Entry - Inhalation: YES Route Of Entry - Skin: YES Route Of Entry - Ingestion: YES Health Haz Acute And Chronic: INGESTION: MODERATELY

TOXIC, RED BLOOD CELL HEMOLYSIS. SKIN: MODERATELY TOXIC/ABSORPTION/POSSIBLE NECROSIS W/FREQUENT/

SEVERE IRRITATION. Carcinogenicity - NTP: NO Carcinogenicity - IARC: NO Carcinogenicity - OSHA: NO Explanation Carcinogenicity: NONE

Signs/Symptoms Of Overexp: HEADACHE/DIZZINESS/INCOORDINATION/NAUSEA/ VOMITING/DIARRHEA/WEAKNESS/IRRITATION/

MALAISE/PAIN/TEARING/BLINKING/ SWELLING/REDNESS Med Cond Aggravated By Exp: EXISTING DERMATITIS Emergency/First Aid

Proc: INGESTION: IF CONSCIOUS W/GAG REFLEX, GIVE TWO REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. EYES: FLUSH W/WATER FOR SEVERAL MINS.

OBTAIN MEDICAL ATTENTION IN ALL CASES. NOTE TO PHYSICIAN: NO SPECIFIC ANTIDOTE. TREATMENT OF OVEREXPOSURE

SHOULD BE DIRECTED AT THE CONTROL OF SYMPTOMS & THE CLINICAL CONDITION OF THE PATIENT.

Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

SHOULD BE FLUSHED W/LARGE QUANTITIES OF WATER. LARGE: SHOULD BE COLLECTED FOR DISPOSAL. Waste Disposal Method:

INCINERATE IN A FURNACE & DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE W/LOCAL/STATE & FEDERAL REGULATIONS. Precautions-Handling/

Storing: WARNING| AVOID CONTACT W/EYES/SKIN/CLOTHING. DONíT SWALLOW. KEEP CONTAINER CLOSED. KEEP AWAY FROM

HEAT & FLAME. USE ADEQUATE VENTILATION. Other Precautions: DONíT DISTILL TO DRYNESS AT ANY TEMP: THE PRESENCE OF

STRONG BASE/STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS/STRONG EXOTHERMIC DECOMPOSITIONS MAY OCCUR. FOR INDUSTRY USE ONLY.

Control Measures

Respiratory Protection: USE SELF-CONTAINING BREATHING APPARATUS IN HIGH VAPOR CONCENTRATIONS. Ventilation: GENERAL

(MECHANICAL) ROOM IS SATISFACTORY. SPECIAL LOCAL AT POINTS WHERE VAPORS CAN ESCAPE TO WATERPLACE AIR. Protective

Gloves: BUTYL RUBBER Eye Protection: MONOGOGGLES Other Protective Equipment: CHEMICAL APRON, EYE BATH & SAFETY

SHOWER Work Hygienic Practices: REMOVE/LAUNDER CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEFORE REUSE. WASH THOROUGHLY AFTER

HANDLING. Suppl. Safety & Health Data: UNUSUAL FIRE HAZ CONíD: IGNITIONS W/OUT THE PRESENCE OF AN IGNITION SOURCE.



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