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VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3 DATA SHEET Perlite 650 ISSUE DATE: AUGUST 2010 Perlite Insulation Hydrophobic expanded perlite is a naturally occurring siliceous volcanic rock that is moulded into pipe and block forms. Perlite 650 is a high temperature insulation which displays exceptional corrosion inhibiting properties. A negative charge is present within the sodium silicate binder which draws the positive charge from the pipe. This acts as a protection barrier against moisture, oxygen, chlorides and other corrosive elements. Since perlite is a form of natural glass, it is classified as chemically inert and has a pH of approximately 7. Perlite 650 benefits from meeting or exceeding the minimum physical property requirements of ASTM C 610. Perlite 650 is asbestos-free and benefits from low thermal conductivity with a high compressive strength whilst acting as a strong rigid insulation. Also meets the requirements of ASTM C795 for Stress cracking on Stainless Steel. Product Characteris cs www.IBSLGroup.co.uk Density Nominal Dry Density 220-224kg/m³ Appearance White/off White Colour Thermal conductivity °C Perlite 650 Product Information Mean Temperature: 93 0.067W/(m.K) Standard Length 600mm 149 0.074W/(m.K) Minimum Pipe Section O/D 21mm 204 0.080W/(m.K) Maximum Pipe Section O/D (R+B 260 0.087W/(m.K) 196mm Lags supplied for sizes above) 316 0.093W/(m.K) Standard Thicknesses (Double & 371 0.100W/(m.K) 25, 38, 50, 65, 75, Triple layers also available) Compressive strength @ 5% 60 min Export Carton, shrink deformation (lb/in2) Standard Packaging 2 wrapped to pallet Flexural strength (lb/in ) 45 min A warm dry atmosphere, Linear Shrinkage (%) 2.0 max. Storage clear of ground Water Absorption (%) pass Factory Applied Finishes Product Range Product Benefits - Sodium Silicate - Flat Slab Chemically Inert - VentureClad Covered High Compressive Strength - Foil Backed - Pipe Section Corrosion Inhibitor - Polyester Laminate Backed - Radiused & Bevelled Lags Low Thermal Conductivity - Bends & Elbows - Canvas Covered Durable - Pipe Supports Strong Rigid Insulation Contact Details - Dome End Segments No Fibre Shakedown Insulation & Buoyancy - Segments for Knuckles Non-wicking and high in silicates Services Ltd: - Flanges Non-combustible Unit 14D , Double Row Reduced Energy Loss Delaval Trading Estate - Valves Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, - Reducers NE25 0QT, England. - Tees Tel: +44 (0)191 237 0444 Fax: +44 (0)191 237 3300 Email: Steve@ibslgroup.co.uk Email: John@ibslgroup.co.uk The information in this document is issued in good faith. IBSL Group can accept no responsibility for omissions, errors of content or errors of interpretation. All trade names and trade marks have been used with permission. Please consult with material manufacturer for detailed information. VOLUME 1, ISSUE 3 MSDS PERLITE 650 ISSUE DATE: AUGUST 2010 Perlite Insulation COMPANY INFORMATION Unit 14D , Double Row Generic Name: Silicate Bonded Perlite Insulation Delaval Trading Estate Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, Chemical Name: Perlite NE25 0QT, England. Supplier: IBSL PRODUCT INGREDIENTS Tel: +44 (0)191 237 0444 Mineral Silicates 90—100% Fax: +44 (0)191 237 3300 Fiberglass < 1% Silicone oil < 1% www.IBSLGroup.co.uk HAZARD IDENTIFICATION PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Threshold Limit Value 15mg/m3 Appearance: Off White Symptoms of Exposure Direct eye contact with dust will cause mechanical irritation pH: N/A Chronic Health Effects None Melting Point (ºC): N/A Emergency First Aid Isolate from dusty conditions, flush eyes with water if irriated Boiling Point (ºC): N/A This product is not considered a carcinogen Flash Point (ºC): N/A This product does not contain Asbestos or asbestos related products. Flammability: N/A FIRST AID MEASURES Autoignition: N/A Eye: Flush eye immediately with water or physiological saline for at least 15 minutes. Remove Explosive Limits: N/A 3 any contact lenses and open eye widely. If irritation continues, seek medical advice. Skin Density (Kg/m ): 220 (nominal) Contact: Wash the skin thoroughly with water. Inhalation: Take exposed person to fresh air. Water Solubility: N/A Ingestion: Flush mouth thoroughly and drink plenty of water. Information: Show this Fat Solubility: N/A document (MSDS) to the doctor or the casualty department. Odour: Odourless FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Additional Information: Slightly soluble in Fire Precautions: No special precautions required. Fire Fighting Equipment: Not acids applicable. Hazardous Decomposition Products: Not flammable. Small quantity of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Stable and inert. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Spillage: Refer to handling procedures—use personal safety equipment. Restrict spreading. Collect dust with a Type H vacuum cleaner (should comply with BS 5415 as a minimum) or Routes of Exposure: Lungs, gastro-intestinal soak with water and sweep up. Landfill Approved. tract, and eyes (dust created in cutting or drilling of the boards). HANDLING AND STORAGE Short term effects: Handing: Engineering methods to control dust emissions are preferred. Effective exhaust Eyes: Dust particles may cause temporary irrita- ventilation must be in place when drilling or cutting. Avoid inhalation of dust. The use of high tion and watering of the eyes. speed cutting tools should be avoided unless suitable dust control or extraction can be demonstrated. Storage: Keep in dry place. Protect from acid. No special labelling or storage Skin: None anticipated. conditions are necessary. Inhalation: Dust may result in irritation of the respiratory tract. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Ingestion: Mild discomfort. Eyes: Safety glasses suitable for dust protection. Long term Effects: Prolonged inhalation of high Skin: it is good practice to avoid skin contact; wear protective gloves; normal protective concentrations of the dust may cause respiratory working overalls are adequate. conditions. Inhalation: If engineering controls and work practice are not effective in controlling dust emissions then wear suitable, approved personal protective equipment; a mask and dust filter ECOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS type P2 (For fine dust) may be appropriate. Filters have an expiry date and may need No significant effect. replacement. Read the suppliers’ information. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Workplace Layout: No specific requirements. The work area should be well ventilated if dust is generated during work. Waste Disposal: Treat as construction industry waste. REGULATORY INFORMATION TRANSPORT INFORMATION OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE STANDARD (OES), MAXIMUM EXPOSURE LIMIT (MEL), SHORT No special requirements. TERM EXPOSURE LIMIT (STEL). Perlite & General Dust: OES 10mg/m3 total inhalable dust, 3 3 4mg/m respirable dust, 8 hour time weighted averages. Cellulose: OES 10mg/m total inhalable, 4mg/m3 respirable dust, 8 hour time weighted averages and STEL 20mg/m3. Glass OTHER INFORMATION Fibre: MEL 5mg/m3 total dust, and 2 fibres/ml, 8 hour time weighted averages. None. The information in this document is issued in good faith. IBSL Group can accept no responsibility for omissions, errors of content or errors of interpretation. All trade names and trade marks have been used with permission. Please consult with material manufacturer for detailed information.
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