Product: STEAMITE Product Number: SPECIAL Chemical Family: ALKALI CLEANER
Dot Classification: NON REGULATED SOAPS & DETERGENT
|HAZARDOUS MATERIALS||CAS NUMBER||% BY VOLUME||EXPOSURE LIMITS IN AIR|
|Monoethanalamine||141-43-5||1.0||3 PPM 5 PPM|
|Secondary Butyl Alcohol||78-92-2||3.5||100 PPM 100 PPM|
The VOC's for this product have been determined to be 23 mg/liter in concentrated form
EFFECTS OF OVER EXPOSURE
SKIN: Contact of this production the skin can cause slight irritation. There is also the possibility of defatting of this skin due to the removal of the skin's natural oils. There are no known acute or chronic effects.
EYES: Contact of this product upon the eyes can cause slight irritation of the eyes and eyelids. There are no known acute or chronic effects.
INHALATION: Fumes from this product are generally considered non-toxic, but can cause slight irritation to the mouth, esophagus, and lungs. There are no known acute or chronic effects.
INGESTION: When concentrated solutions of this product are swallowed it can cause irritation to the mouth, esophagus, and stomach. There are no known acute or chronic effects.
FIRST AID PROCEDURES
SKIN: Flush exposed area with lukewarm water.
EYES: Flush eyes with cool water for 30 minutes. Consult a physician if irritation persists.
INHALATION: Fumes from this product are generally considered harmless.
INGESTION: DO NOT induce vomiting. Have patient drink large amounts of water or milk, and consult a physician immediately.
MEDICAL CONDIDTIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
The medical conditions aggravated by exposure are the same as over exposure (i.e. dermatitis or eczema).
All ingredients used in this product are not found on the
Federal OSHA, NTP, State of California OSHA, or IARC carcinogens lists.
SMALL SPILL: Flush area with water to an industrial sewer line.
LARGE SPILL: Contain spill with dikes of an absorbent material such as clay, sand, or vermiculate. This material is non-hazardous and may be disposed of as non-hazardous refuse.
All hazardous materials must be solidified and disposed of in an EPA approved class one facility. When disposing of chemicals contact local, state and federal environmental agencies to fully understand the necessary regulations governing the disposal of chemical wastes.
FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS
FLASH POINT: NONE METHOD: AVERAGE
FLAMMABLE LIMITS: LOWER: NONE UPPER: NONE
FIRE EXTINGUISHING MATERIALS: WATER, SAND, CO2, DRY FOAM, HALON
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: This product will not burn or support combustion
UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION PROCEDURES: NONE
STABILITY: X Stable Unstable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Heat or direct sunlight may cause stratification of the product if the product is subjected to high temperatures. There are no other harmful effects.
INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): NONE
UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION WILL NOT OCCUR
BOILING POINT: 212 °F
|SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.995|
VAPOR PRESSURE: N/A %
VAPOR DENSITY: N/A
|EVAPORATION RATE: 1.09|
pH (CONCENTRATE): 10.5
|pH( 1% SOLUTION): 9.5|
SOLUBILITY IH WATER: This product is 100% miscible in water.
|APPEARANCE AND ODOR: Clear reddish liquid with a distinct scent.|
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Please use in a ventilated room. No respiratory protection is recommended.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES: Gloves are not necessary when handling this product. Simply rinse exposed area with water.
EYE PROTECTION: When handling this or any other chemical product, and there is a possibility of splashing, it is recommended that proper protection for the eyes be worn. This consists of chemical resistant glasses and/or goggles.
Chemicals can be hazardous if not respected. The use of proper equipment and procedures for handling chemicals are not only of benefit for their obvious uses, but can reduce the possibility of serious injury and loss time accidents.
Keep this material away from high heat sources and observe proper housekeeping procedures.
Protective measures during maintenance of contaminated equipment: Wash off with water.
DO NOT mix chemicals unless instructed by qualified personnel.
This data is furnished gratuitously independent of sale of the product and only for your investigation and independent verification. While the data is believed to be correct, Cal - Tek Industries shall in no event be responsible for damages whatsoever, directly or indirectly, resulting from the publication, or use of, or reliance upon data contained herein. No warranty, either implied or expressed, of merchantability of fitness or of any nature with respect to the product or to the data made herein. You are urged to obtain data sheets for all Cal - Tek Industries materials you buy, process, or distribute, and are encouraged to advise anyone working with or exposed to such materials of the information contained herein.
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