200.101 - F-286/2 7035 GREY 4L

F-286/2 7035 GREY 4L

Product: 200.101 Revision Date: 2019/03/07
Section 1: PRODUCT INFORMATION
Section 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Section 3: PHYSICAL DATA
Section 4: FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA
Section 5: REACTIVITY DATA
Section 6: TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
Section 7: PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
Section 8: FIRST AID MEASURES
Section 9: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Section 1: PRODUCT INFORMATION
Product name:
F-286/2 7035 GREY
Manufacturer emergency phone number:
Canutec 613-996-6666
Supplier:
CarWorx Distribution Inc.
3800 Transcanada Hwy
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada
H9R 1B1
Chemical family:
Not available
Product uses:
Printing operations
Solvent based primer
TDG classification:
PAINT
UN1263
Class 3
PG II
DSL status:
The substance(s) listed in the ingredients section appear on the Domestic Substances List
Information phone number:
514-745-5959 (1-877-745-5959)
Synonyms:
None
Date of the latest SDS revision:
2019/02/05
Recommended restrictions on use:
For use in industrial installations or professional treatment only
Section 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
C.A.S. CONCENTRATION % Ingredient Name T.L.V. LD/50 LC/50
107-98-2 1-<2.5 PROPYLENE GLYCOL METHYL ETHER
100 PPM 6600 MG/KG
RAT ORAL
11,700 MG/KG
MOUSE ORAL
5700 MG/KG
RABBIT ORAL
13,000 MG/KG
RABBIT DERMAL
10,000 PPM/5H
RAT INHALATION
108-10-1 10-<25 METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE
20 PPM 2080 MG/KG
RAT ORAL
1900 MG/KG
MOUSE ORAL
100,000 MG/M3
RAT INHALATION
23,300 MG/M3
MOUSE INHALATION
1330-20-7 2.5-<5 XYLENE
100 PPM 4300 MG/KG
RAT ORAL
2119 MG/KG
MOUSE ORAL
>1700 MG/KG
RABBIT DERMAL
5000 PPM/4 HR
RAT INHALATION
13463-67-7 10-<25 TITANIUM DIOXIDE
10 MG/M3 NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE
147900-93-4 <0.2 FATTY ACIDS, C 18-UNSATD., TRIMERS, COMPDS. WITH OLEYLAMINE
NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE
25068-38-6 5-<10 BISPHENOL A/EPICHLOROHYDRIN EPOXY RESIN
NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE NOT AVAILABLE
67-63-0 10-<25 2-PROPANOL
200 PPM 5000 MG/KG
RAT ORAL

3600 MG/KG
MOUSE ORAL

6410 MG/KG
RABBIT ORAL

12,800 MG/KG
RABBIT DERMAL
53,000 MG/M3
MOUSE INHALATION
72,600 MG/M3
RAT INHALATION
16,000 PPM/8H
RAT INHALATION
78-93-3 5-<10 METHYL ETHYL KETONE (MEK)
200 PPM 2737 MG/KG
RAT ORAL
3000 MG/KG
MOUSE ORAL
6480 MG/KG
RABBIT DERMAL
23,500 MG/M3/8H
RAT INHALATION
32 MG/M3/4H
MOUSE INHALATION
Section 3: PHYSICAL DATA
Melting point (°C):
Not applicable
Physical state:
Liquid
@ 20°c
Appearance & odor:
Grey
Viscous
Solvent odour
Odor threshold (ppm):
Not available
pH:
Not applicable
Specific gravity @ 20 °C:
Not available
Boiling point (°C):
At atmospheric pressure
97
Vapour pressure (mmHg):
4555 Pa @ 20°C
152.93 (20.93 kPa) @ 50°C
Vapour density (air=1):
Not applicable
@ 20°C
Freezing point (°C):
Not applicable
Evaporation rate
(butyl acetate = 1):
Not applicable
@ 20°C
By weight:
Not available
Solubility in water (%):
Not applicable
@ 20°C (68°F)
Coefficient of water\oil dist.:
Not applicable
@ 20°C
VOC:
Not available
Solid content:
Not available
Density:
@ 20°C
1190-1230 kg/m3
Relative density:
@ 20°C
1.19-1.23
Dynamic viscosity @ 20°C:
210-214 cP
Kinematic viscosity @ 20°C:
175 cSt
Kinematic viscosity @ 40°C:
> 20.5 cSt
Section 4: FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA
Flammability:
Flammable
Conditions of flammability:
Heat, sparks and open flames
Extinguishing media:
Foam
Carbon dioxide
ABC powder
Polyvalent powder
Do not use tap water
Special procedures:
Firefighters should wear adequate protective gear
Positive pressure self-contained breathing apparatus required and full protection to prevent skin contact
In case of fire, refrigerate the storage containers
Destroy any source of ignition
Avoid spillage of the products used to extinguish the fire into an aqueous medium
Flash point (°C), method:
11°C
Auto-ignition temperature (°C):
270°C (518°F)
Upper flammability
limit (% vol):
Not available
Lower flammability
limit (% vol):
Not available
Hazardous combustion products:
Reactive sub-products are created that can become highly toxic and, consequently, can present a serious health risk
Sensitivity to static discharge:
Not available
Sensitivity to mechanical impact:
Not available
Rate of burning:
Not available
Explosive power:
Not available
Lower explosive limit:
Not available
Upper explosive limit:
Not available
Section 5: REACTIVITY DATA
Chemical stability:
Product is stable under normal handling and storage conditions
Conditions of instability:
Direct sunlight
Contact with combustible material
Hazardous polymerization:
Not available
Incompatible substances:
Oxidizing agents
Strong bases
Alkalis
Strong acids
Hazardous decomposition products:
Organic compounds
Carbon monoxide
Carbon dioxide
Depending on the decomposition conditions, complex mixtures of chemical substances can be released
Section 6: TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
Route of entry:
Skin contact, eye contact, inhalation and ingestion
Eye contact:
Causes eye damage
Skin contact:
Skin inflammation
Skin absorption:
Not available
Inhalation:
Irritation of the respiratory tract
Ingestion:
May cause nausea and vomiting
May cause throat irritation
May cause abdominal pain
Effects of chronic exposure:
May cause nausea, headache and dizziness
May affect the central nervous system
May cause vomiting and incoordination
May cause drying and cracking of skin
May be an aspiration hazard
LD50 of product, species & route:
No LD50 value established for the product
LC50 of product, species & route:
No LC50 value established for the product
Exposure limit of material:
No exposure limit established for the product
Sensitization to product:
May cause skin sensitization
Carcinogenic effects:
May be carcinogenic
Reproductive effects:
None known
Teratogenicity:
Not available
Mutagenicity:
None known
Synergistic materials:
Not available
Section 7: PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
Gloves/Type:
Wear appropriate gloves
Replace gloves in case of any sign of damage
Do not use protective creams after contact
Respiratory/Type:
Filter mask for gases, vapours and particulates
Replace when an increase in resistence to breathing is observed and/or a smell or taste of the contaminant is detected
Eye/Type:
Panoramic glasses against splashing
Clean daily and disinfect periodically according to the manufacturer's instructions
Footwear/Type:
Safety shoes per local regulations
Antistatic footwear
Wear heat protective boots
Clothing/Type:
Antistatic clothing
Fire resistant clothing
Other/Type:
Eye wash facility should be in close proximity
Emergency shower should be in close proximity
Ventilation requirements:
Local exhaust and/or general ventilation
To maintain exposure below TLV
Leak/Spill:
Eliminate all sources of heat and ignition
Absorb with inert material
Evacuate all non-essential personnel
Prevent entry into drains, sewers, and other waterways
Wear appropriate protective equipment
Ground handling equipment
Do not use combustible materials such as sawdust
Place in appropriate container for disposal
Prevent the formation of vapor/air mixtures
Waste disposal:
Unused product is RCRA ignitable (D001)
Do not dispose down the drain
Handling procedures and equipment:
Maintain a good personal hygiene
Use adequate ventilation
Keep container hermetically closed when not in use
Wash thoroughly after using, particularly before eating or smoking
Equipment must be grounded to prevent static sparks
Do not eat, drink or smoke in handling area
Use care to avoid spills
Avoid leakages from the container
Have absorbent material available near product
Avoid the existence of dangerous atmospheres inside containers, applying inertization systems where possible. Transfer at a slow speed to avoid the creation of electrostatic charges. Against the possibility of electrostatic charges: ensure a perfect equipotential connection
Storage requirements:
Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flames
Avoid static electricity - ground containers when transferring product
Store away from food
Keep away from radiation sources
Minimum Temp: 5°C
Maximum Temp: 30°C
Maximum time: 24 months
Special shipping information:
See transportation information
Section 8: FIRST AID MEASURES
Skin contact:
Remove contaminated clothing and shoes
Wash thoroughly with soap and water
Seek medical attention if irritation persists
If the mixture causes burns or freezing , clothing should not be removed as this could worsen the injury caused if it is stuck to the skin
If blisters form on the skin, these should never be burst as this will increase the risk of infection
Eye contact:
Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes
Check for and remove contact lenses
Obtain emergency medical attention
Do not rub or keep eyes closed
Inhalation:
Remove victim to fresh air
Keep person warm and at rest
If irritation occurs, consult a physician
Ingestion:
Obtain immediate medical attention
Do not induce vomiting
If vomiting occurs, keep head below hips
Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person
Rinse mouth with water
Additional information:
The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all inclusive and shall be used only as a guide. This company shall not be held liable for any inaccuracies
Note to physician:
The symptoms resulting from intoxication can appear after exposure, therefore, in case of doubt, seek medical attention for direct exposure to the chemical product or persistent discomfort, showing the SDS of this product
Section 9: ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Issued by:
Environment, health and safety
Data prepared by:
Conform-Action Data Systems
A division of 2843471 Canada Inc.
1840 Transcanada, suite 101
Dorval, QC H9P 1H7
Tel: (514) 683-2060
Fax: (514) 683-1445
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