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Material Safety Data Sheet - Fryer Clean
Section 01 Identification
MSDS No 600 series.    Rev 2 Date: 5th July 2007
Domestic Trade Name: Fryer Clean
Note: CAS Registry Numbers Are Not Applicable to Formulated Products.

Section 02 Statement Of Hazardous Nature
Not classified as hazardous according to the criteria of Worksafe Australia

Section 03 Physical and Health Hazardous Ingredients
Common Name: Ethanolamine. MEA. Monoethanolamine.
CAS Registry No.: 141-43-5
Chemical Name: Monoethanolamine. 2-aminoethanol.
Hazard % In Formula: In Concentrate 48.0%        In working / use solution 7.68%
Hazard Reference: TLV: TWA 3 ppm, (7.5 mg/m3), STEL 6 ppm, (15 mg/m3).

Common Name: Butyl Cellosolve. Butyl Icinol
CAS Registry No.: 111-76-2
Chemical Name: 2-butoxyethanol
Hazard % In Formula: In Concentrate 12.0%      In working / use solution 1.92%
Hazard Reference: TLV: TWA 25 ppm, (121 mg/m3)

Common Name: DPM
CAS Registry No.: 34590-94-8
Chemical Name: Dipropylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether
Hazard % In Formula: In Concentrate 7.9 %       In working / use solution 1.26%
Hazard Reference: TLV: TWA 100 ppm, (606 mg/m3); STEL 150, (909 mg/m3).

                 Section 03A Other Ingredients not considered hazardous in the formulation
                 Ingredients determined not to be hazardous       To 100 %

Section 04 Physical and Chemical Characteristics
Water Solubility:                          Complete
Melting / Freezing Point:                  Lower than 0o C.
Appearance:                                Clear orange liquid.
Specific Gravity (Water = 1):              1.000
Percentage Volatiles In Concentrate:       24.9 % due to solvent.
pH of Concentrate:                         In concentrate: 11.5            In working/use solution: 11.5
Odour:                                     Strong ammoniacal odour in concentrate. Slightly ammoniacal and vegetable soap odour in

Section 05 Physical Hazard Data
Flash Point:                               Not determined.
Flammable Limits:                          Not determined.
Fire Fighting Media:                       Water Spray, CO2, Alcohol foam, Dry chemical. Treat primary cause of fire.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:          If quantities of material are stored near cause of fire, self contained breathing device should
                                           be used.
Fire / Explosion Hazards:                  Contains class 111A combustible liquid.

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Section 06 Reactivity Data
Stability:                                 Stable.
Hazardous Polymerisation:                  Will not occur.
Conditions To Avoid:                       Long exposure to materials containing copper, aluminium and strong oxidising agents.
Incompatible Materials:                    Strong oxidising or reducing agents.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:          Acrid smoke and fumes when heated to decomposition. CO. CO 2 NOx. and Ammonia may
                                           be produced on thermal decomposition.

Section 07 Health Hazard Data
Oral Toxicity:                             Not determined for formulation.
Skin Toxicity                              Not known for formulation.
Carcinogenicity:                           None of the individual materials in this formulation are listed as carcinogens in the “List of
                                           Designated Hazardous Substances” {NOHSC:10005(1994)].

Section 08 Symptoms of Overexposure
Symptoms of Ingestion:                     When concentrate is ingested, may cause nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, incoordination,
                                           diarrhoea and general weakness. Ingestion may cause red blood cell haemolysis and possible
                                           liver and kidney injury.
Symptoms of Inhalation:                    If misted in concentrated form, which is improper use, can cause irritation of the mucous
                                           membrane, nose. eye and throat.
Symptoms of Skin Contact:                  May cause dermatitis or irritation in some individuals upon prolonged contact. Localised
                                           skin defatting can be expected from concentrated material on long contact.
Symptoms of Eye Contact:                   Causes painful stinging or burning of eyes and lids, watering of eye, conjunctivitis, and in
                                           concentrated undiluted form may cause opaqueness of cornea, possibly leading to loss of
                                           eye sight.

Section 09 Emergency First Aid
For ingestion of concentrate:              Do not induce vomiting. Immediately give two glasses of water or milk to dilute. Never give
                                           anything to an unconscious person. Call a physician. Treatment should be directed at the
                                           control of symptoms and the clinical condition of the patient. There is no specific antidote.
                                           Main hazard is due to the irritant properties of amines. Bronchodilators, expectorates, and
                                           antitussives may be of help.
For ingestion of use solution:             Give two glasses of water to dilute. Call Physician. Severe consequences should not be
For Skin:                                  As for all foreign materials, wash off concentrate and dilute use solutions with water.
                                           Remove clothing which has been saturated by concentrate. Do not allow prolonged contact
                                           with the concentrated undiluted material as toxic amounts can be absorbed.
For Eyes:                                  Immediately flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Hold eyelids apart to ensure
                                           complete rinsing of the entire surface of the eye and lids with water. If irritation persists,
                                           Get Medical Attention.

Section 10 Occupational Control Procedures
Ventilation:                               Use with adequate ventilation. Working solution should not present any specific hazard. If
                                           misted or aerosol generated, local or mechanical exhaust recommended to maintain the
                                           vapour concentration below TLV. This level should not be reached under normal working
Respiratory Protection:                    Not required under normal working/use conditions.
Eye Protection:                            Not normally required. Use if mist will get into the eyes in specific applications.
Skin Protection:                           Use gloves if hands will be continuously in solution. Not normally necessary in general use.
Personal Hygiene:                          As in handling any detergent, wash thoroughly after use.

Section 11 Precautions for Safe Handling Storage and Use
Precautionary Measures:                    Avoid contact with eyes and prolonged contact of concentrate with skin. Avoid breathing
                                           misted vapours. Use with adequate ventilation. Do not store at elevated temperatures.
Spills Clean-up Procedures:                Concentrated materials are packed in small bags 650 ml limiting any spills to very small
                                           quantities. Paper towelling or mopping is sufficient.
Disposal Method:                           Bags should be rinsed out when product is diluted for use and then disposed of in normal

General Note about Solo Pak Products
Solo Pac Fryer Clean formulation is not similar to other commercial and domestically available fryer cleaners in that the product has no
free caustic soda. The sachet system used for packaging Solo Pak products into small unit dosed bags (650 ml in this case) limits the
amount of exposure of the concentrate to very small amounts. Spills can be cleaned up with paper towelling or by mopping. We know
of no serious hazards associated with the proper use and handling of this product.
Concentrate is diluted in normal use 1: 7.7 (ie. 1 sachet to 5000 ml) with water.

Solo Pak makes no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness or reliability of this information, excep t that such
information is, to the best of Solo Pak’s knowledge and belief, accurate as of 5th July 2007.

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