Vivilon
 
 
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET - TOUGH ENOUGH
 
 

 

SECTION 1:

MANUFACTURER:
Vivilon
501 Terrace Cove Way
Orlando, FL 32828
(800) 848-4566

HMIS HAZARD CODE: 2H-3F-0R

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER:
(800) 848-4566

PRODUCT IDENTITIY
TOUGH ENOUGH

Date Prepared: January 24, 1998


SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

INGREDENT CAS NUMBER OSHA TLV ACGIH TLV
SC-100 (Aromatic Hydrocarbon) 64742-95-6 100 100PPM-TWA
D-Limone (Orange Terpines) 5989-27-5 UNDETERMINED BY OSHA  
N-Methyl Pryolidone 872-50-4 NONE ESTABLISHED  
Xylene 1330-20-7 100 100
Propylene Glycol Methyl Ether 107-98-2 NONE ESTABLISHED  
Mineral Spirits (Odorless Rule 66) 8052-41-3 100 525
Trade Secret Resins N.A.    

SECTION 3:

BOILING POINT (Degrees Fahrenheit): 325-400

VAPOR PRESSURE (mm/Hg): 5.3 @ 100 Degrees Fahrenheit

VAPOR DENSITY (Air = 1): 4.1

Specific Gravity (H2O = 1): .80

EVAPORATION RATE (Butyl Acetate = 1): .10

Solubility in WATER: Negligible

APPEARANCE & ODOR: Clear Liquid With A Petroleum Naptha Odor Combined With A Slight Orange (Citrus) Odor



SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA

Flash Point: 121 Degrees Fahrenheit Method USED: TCC
FLAMMABLE LIMITS: Estimated Values LEL: .7% UEL: 5%

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Foam, Dry Chemical, CO2, & Vaporizing Liquid Extinguishers

SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Water Spray To Keep Fire Exposed Containers
Cool, Disperse Vapors And Provide Protection For Men Attempting To Stop Spill Or Leak

UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None


SECTION 5: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

ROUTES OF ENTRY: Skin Absorption, Inhalation And Ingestion

HEALTH HAZARDS: Prolonged Or Repeated Skin Contact Tends To Remove Skin Oils Leading To Dermatitis. Eye Contact Will Cause Irritation

CARCINOGENICITY: NO NTP: N.A. IARC Monographs: N.A. OSHA Regulated: N.A.

EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE: Eye And Respiratory Tract Irritation, Headaches, Dizziness. Aggravation Of Skin Allergies And Respiratory Ailments.

EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES: Remove Victim From Area. Restore Breathing. Flush Eyes With Water. Wash Skin Thoroughly With Soap & Water.


SECTION 6: REACTIVITY DATA

STABILITY: Will NOT React Violently With Water.
MATERIALS TO AVOID: None
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION: None
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will NOT Occur
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Strong Oxidizers Like Liquid Chlorine, Concentrated Oxygen, Sodium OR Calcium Hydrochloride


SECTION 7: SAFE HANDLING AND USE

VENTILATION: Use Sufficient Local And General Ventilation (OSHA 1910.94). MaintainVapor Concentrations Below TLV's.

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Goggles Or Face Shield Should Be Worn When Handling To Prevent Splashing Product Into Eyes. A Respirator, Chemical Resistant Gloves And Apron Will Provide Extra Protection.

SPILL & LEAK PROCEDURES: Remove All Sources Of Vapor Ignition & Ventilate Area. Use Suitable Inert Material To Remove Product. Use Of Impervious Gloves, Goggles & Approved Respirator Are Recommended. Dispose of Product In Accordance With All Local, State & Federal Regulations.

HANDLING & STORING: Keep Containers Closed When Not In Use. Store Away From Heat Or Open Flame. Ground Container When Discharging And Store In A Ventilated Area. Keep Containers Cool & Dry.

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BASED ON TECHNICAL DATA WHICH WE BELIEVE TO BE RELIABLE. HOWEVER, SINCE THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH THIS INFORMATION MAY BE APPLIED ARE BEYOND OUR CONTROL, WE CAN ASSUME NO LIABILITY FOR RESULTS OF ITS APPLICATIONS. THIS INFORMATION SHOULD BE USED ONLY BY PERSONS HAVING SUFFICIENT TECHNICAL SKILL TO MAKE INFORMED JUDGMENTS REGARDING ITS APPLICATION.

VIVILON
501 Terrace Cove Way
Orlando, FL 32828
(800) 848-4566