Part C

Material Safety Data Sheet

Section I -- Product I.D.

Product Name (on label): Solcoat Ceramic Coating, Part C

Formula: Proprietary

Date Prepared: 12/15/2000

SECTION II -- HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

Ceramic/Mineral Fibers less than 40 %

Synthetic/Natural Ceramic/Mineral Powder less than 95 %

Metal Oxides less than 50 %

 

SECTION III -- PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL DATA (fire/explosion data)

pH: None

SOLUBILITY IN WATER: 2.7 * 10-5

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1 to 2

BOILING POINT: > 2800 F

APPEARANCE & ODOR: Black, white or green powder. No odor

FLASH POINT: N.A.- none - not flammable

FLAMMABLE LIMITS: N.A.

FIRE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: N.A.

UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: N.A.

SECTION IV -- REACTIVITY DATA

STABILITY: Stable

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: None

CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Airborne dry particulates

Incompatibility (Materials to avoid): Acids may leach out metal ions.

SECTION V -- SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD: Airborne particulates

SPILLAGE: Employ vacuum with ample exhaust filtering. If sweeping use dust suppressant.

WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: Landfill according to local, state & federal regulations.

SECTION VI -- HEALTH HAZARD DATA

EYE CONTACT: Abrasive powders. May cause irritation and inflammation.

SKIN CONTACT: Abrasive powders. May cause irritation and inflammation

INHALATION: May cause respiratory tract irritation

INGESTION: May cause gastrointestinal discomfort including nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

CHRONIC HAZARD: None Known, not listed as a carcinogen by NTP or IARC. However, prolonged exposure to excessive quantities of minor constituent ingredients can result in scarring of the lungs or pleural thickening. Ceramic fiber constituents are milled down to low l/d ratios so they act as powders.

EXPOSOSURE LIMITS: TLV of 0.05mg/m for the chrome oxide content. Fiber limits: 2 fibers/cc TWA; 10 fibers/cc CL. Other ingredients: OSHA PEL range 20 mg/m & 20 MPPCF: ACGIH TLV range 2 to 10 mg/m.

FIRST AID PROCEDURES: If inhaled in large amounts, remove to fresh air. Get medical attention. Do not scrub exposed skin as abrasive nature will make situation worse. If irritation continues contact a physician. If ingested, do not induce vomiting, get medical attention if irritation persists. If eye contact, flush immediately with large amounts of water. Do not rub eyes. Open all areas to exposure from rinsing action of flush water. Get medical attention of irritation persists.

SECTION VII -- SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Use NIOSH approved powder respirator for powders under 0.5 microns where dusting occurs.

GLOVES: cloth gloves are adequate.

EVE PROTECTION: Chemical goggles and/or face shield

OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Safety shower and eyewash fountain should be within direct access.

PERSONAL HYGIENE: Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling. Wash contaminated clothing before reusing.

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