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PALACE CHEMICALS LTD                                                                                                         SAFETY DATA SHEET No. 031                                                          – issue date 24-06-03
Speke Hall Industrial Estate; Speke; Liverpool L24 4AB
Tel; 0151 486 6101; Fax 0151 448 1982; e-mail technical@palacechemicals.co.uk                                                PRODUCT: INJECTION FLUID
SUBSTANCE IDENTIFICATION:                                                                                                    PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:
                                    INJECTION FLUID                                                                          Appearance – Clear liquid
                                                                                                                             Boiling point range – 142’C to over 200’C
                                                                                                                                                                                              Viscosity - 1.15 mm2/sec
                                                                                                                                                                                              Vapour pressure – < 0.2 kPa
COMPOSITION:                                 HAZARDS CLASSIFICATION: FLAMMABLE. HARMFUL                                      Solubility – Hydrocarbon oils                                    Flash point - 39’C
Polyoxo aluminium stearate dissolved         May cause lung damage if swallowed; Toxic to aquatic organisms;                 Auto ignition temp – 230’C                                       Explosive limits in air - 0.6 - 7.0 Vol %
in white spirit                              May cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment                  Specific gravity - 0.78 +/* 0.05 g/cm3                           Viscosity – 1.15 mm2/s @ 25’C
< 0.1% Benzene.                              Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness and cracking                           Miscibility – oil only                                           PH - n/a
< 3% Trimethyl benzene                       Keep out of reach of children                                                   Evaporation rate - = 0.11 (n-But Ac = 1)                         Oxidising properties - N/A
< 15% Aromatics                              Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking.                                STABILITY & REACTIVITY:
EEC No. 265-185-4                            If swallowed do not induce vomiting – seek medical assistance.                  Stable – No dangerous chemical reactions known – hazardous polymerisation will not occur.
CAS – 64742-82-1                             Do not breathe vapour. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.                        Materials to avoid – Strong oxidising agents.
FIRST AID MEASURES:                                                                                                          Conditions to avoid – sources of ignition - Hazardous decomposition products are smoke and oxides of carbon.
INHALATION:                     SKIN CONTACT:                   INGESTION:                    EYE CONTACT:                   TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION:
Avoid working in a poorly       Wash off skin with warm         Clean out mouth with          Irrigate thoroughly for 15     Routes of exposure – Inhalation, skin contact and ingestion.
ventilated, confined space. soapy water. Remove                 copious volumes of water      minutes with clean running     LD50 > 2000mg/kg when rat ingested and in contact with skin and LD50 > 5000mg/kg when rat inhaled for 4hrs.
Remove to fresh air and         contaminated clothing and       and drink plenty. Do not      water or a boric saline eye    Health effect – prolonged inhalation may cause headaches and Depression of the CNS.
rest. If irritation or          launder regularly.              induce vomiting. Beware       wash bottle. Seek medical      Acute effects of inhalation – coughing and eyes watering.
breathing difficulties          Prolonged and unattended of aspiration if vomiting            attention should eye           Acute effects of skin contact – redness, irritation and sensitisation leading to dermatitis with persistent exposure.
persist, seek medical           contact should be avoided. occurs. Seek prompt                irritation persist or become   Acute toxicity: Skin irritation            Sensitisation: dermatitis                   Carcinogenicity: n/d
attention.                      Where irritation to skin is     medical attention and         inflamed.                      Irritation / Corrosivity: N/A              Mutagenicity: n/a                           Reproductive toxicity: n/a
                                apparent seek medical           show this data sheet.
                                                                                                                             ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION:
                                attention.
                                                                                                                             Bio-accumulative potential – negligible due to high volatility resulting in rapid evaporation to air.
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES:                                                                                                      Ecotoxicity: LC50: 1 – 10 mg/litre
Recommended extinguishers – Dry powder; Foam, C02 – Do not use water jets.                                                   Environmental Persistence – Inherently biodegradable - Will be removed within a waste-water treatment facility.
Hazardous decomposition when subject to combustion – will produce noxious, irritating fumes.
                                                                                                                             DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS:
Special procedures – Use approved self-contained breathing apparatus. Only use a fine water spray to cool down heat
                                                                                                                             Application equipment such as brushes and cloths will retain a flammability risk until they are either laundered or
affected containers – not burning product.
                                                                                                                             allowed to dry completely. Unused product and freshly contaminated application materials must be considered
ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES:                                                                                                 flammable and disposed of in accordance with local authority regulations for flammable liquids / paints.
Ventilate area and eliminate all sources of ignition. Absorb, bund and scrape spillages onto sand, sawdust or absorbent
                                                                                                                             TRANSPORT INFORMATION:
granules and confine residues in a clearly marked sealed container for disposal in accordance with Local Authority
                                                                                                                             IMDG: FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS (CONTAINS WHITE SPIRIT), CLASS 3, UN1993, PG III, (39OC cc), MARINE
regulations for flammable products. Consult Protective Equipment section for advice when handling spillages.
                                                                                                                             POLLUTANT
HANDLING & STORAGE:                                                                                                          IATA / IACO: Class 3; Packing Group III; ADR / RID: UN 1993 FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS (CONTAINS WHITE
Handling: Ensure adequate ventilation and use all recommended personal protective equipment                                  SPIRIT), 3, PG III Transport Name (UK Road) – FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS, (CONTAINS WHITE SPIRIT).
Storage: Store in well-sealed, clearly marked containers. Keep out of reach of children in a cool well-ventilated            EAC No/HIN No: 3Y/30
environment preferably within a lockable metal cabinet. Use electrostatic earthing when pumping or pouring large
                                                                                                                             REGULATORY INFORMATION:
volumes of flammable liquid. Isolate all nearby source of ignition (pilot lights etc.)
                                                                                                                             CHIP Hazard symbols: R10, R51, R53, R65, R66 – Harmful Xn &
EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                                                            Environmental Hazard N
Occupational Exposure limit: 600mg/M3 for 8hr TWA or 1000 mg/M3 for 15 min TWA for Hydrocarbon components –                  Safety phrases: S2 – S16 – S23 - S24 – S25 - S57 - S60 - S62.
Respiratory: Good               Hand: Wear 17” long             Eye: BS 2092 Goggles          Skin: A disposable PVC         Other regulatory controls: Health & Safety @ Work Act 1974;
ventilation is required         elbow length latex rubber       should be worn for all        apron should be worn on        Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994
otherwise use an organic        (chlorinated) or nitrile        applications to help          top of overalls, however if    FURTHER INFORMATION:
vapour filtered face mask       gloves approved to EN           prevent accidental            the fabric becomes             The information supplied in this safety data sheet is intended to assist in the use of the above product without risk to
in confined spaces.             374 & EN 420 with a BTT         face/eye contact              contaminated these should      safety and health and is based on current knowledge and experience of the associated physico-chemical hazards. The
                                rating of > 4 hrs.                                            be laundered immediately.      data does not signify any warranty with regard to the product’s properties. This information may be used to assist in
                                                                                                                             formulating a COSHH risk assessment if applied at work. This data sheet complies with EC Directive 91/155EC.
PALACE CHEMICALS LTD                                                                                                         SAFETY DATA SHEET No. 031L                                                               – issue date 24-06-03
Speke Hall Industrial Estate; Speke; Liverpool L24 4AB
Tel; 0151 486 6101; Fax 0151 448 1982; e-mail technical@palacechemicals.co.uk                                                PRODUCT: LOW ODOUR INJECTION FLUID
                                                                                                                                                 NJECTION
SUBSTANCE IDENTIFICATION:                                                                                                    PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:
                  LOW ODOUR INJECTION FLUID                                                                                  Appearance – Clear liquid
                                                                                                                             Boiling point range – 142’C to over 200’C
                                                                                                                                                                                              Viscosity - 1.15 mm2/sec
                                                                                                                                                                                              Vapour pressure – < 0.2 kPa
COMPOSITION:                               HAZARDS CLASSIFICATION: FLAMMABLE. HARMFUL                                        Solubility – Hydrocarbon oils                                    Flash point - 41’C
Polyoxo aluminium stearate dissolved       May cause lung damage if swallowed; Toxic to aquatic organisms;                   Auto ignition temp – 230’C                                       Explosive limits in air - 0.6 - 7.0 Vol %
in de-aromatised white spirit              May cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment                    Specific gravity - 0.78 +/* 0.05 g/cm3                           Viscosity – 1.15 mm2/s @ 25’C
< 0.1% Benzene.                            Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness and cracking                             Miscibility – oil only                                           PH - n/a
< 1% Trimethyl benzene                     Keep out of reach of children                                                     Evaporation rate - = 0.11 (n-But Ac = 1)                         Oxidising properties - N/A
< 1% Aromatics                             Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking.                                  STABILITY & REACTIVITY:
                                           If swallowed do not induce vomiting – seek medical assistance.                    Stable – No dangerous chemical reactions known – hazardous polymerisation will not occur.
                                           Do not breathe vapour. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.                          Materials to avoid – Strong oxidising agents.
FIRST AID MEASURES:                                                                                                          Conditions to avoid – sources of ignition - Hazardous decomposition products are smoke and oxides of carbon.
INHALATION:                     SKIN CONTACT:                   INGESTION:                    EYE CONTACT:                   TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION:
Avoid working in a poorly       Wash off skin with warm         Clean out mouth with          Irrigate thoroughly for 15     Routes of exposure – Inhalation, skin contact and ingestion.
ventilated, confined space.     soapy water. Remove             copious volumes of water      minutes with clean running     LD50 > 2000mg/kg when rat ingested and in contact with skin and LD50 > 5000mg/kg when rat inhaled for 4hrs.
Remove to fresh air and         contaminated clothing and       and drink plenty. Do not      water or a boric saline eye    Health effect – prolonged inhalation may cause headaches and Depression of the CNS.
rest. If irritation or          launder regularly.              induce vomiting. Beware       wash bottle. Seek medical      Acute effects of inhalation – coughing and eyes watering.
breathing difficulties          Prolonged and unattended of aspiration if vomiting            attention should eye           Acute effects of skin contact – redness, irritation and sensitisation leading to dermatitis with persistent exposure.
persist, seek medical           contact should be avoided. occurs. Seek prompt                irritation persist or become   Acute toxicity: Skin irritation            Sensitisation: dermatitis                   Carcinogenicity: n/d
attention.                      Where irritation to skin is     medical attention and         inflamed.                      Irritation / Corrosivity: N/A              Mutagenicity: n/a                           Reproductive toxicity: n/a
                                apparent seek medical           show this data sheet.
                                                                                                                             ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION:
                                attention.
                                                                                                                             Bio-accumulative potential – negligible due to high volatility resulting in rapid evaporation to air.
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES:                                                                                                      Ecotoxicity: LC50: 1 – 10 mg/litre
Recommended extinguishers – Dry powder; Foam, C02 – Do not use water jets.                                                   Environmental Persistence – Inherently biodegradable - Will be removed within a waste-water treatment facility.
Hazardous decomposition when subject to combustion – will produce noxious, irritating fumes.
                                                                                                                             DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS:
Special procedures – Use approved self-contained breathing apparatus. Only use a fine water spray to cool down heat
                                                                                                                             Application equipment such as brushes and cloths will retain a flammability risk until they are either laundered or
affected containers – not burning product.
                                                                                                                             allowed to dry completely. Unused product and freshly contaminated application materials must be considered
ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES:                                                                                                 flammable and disposed of in accordance with local authority regulations for flammable liquids / paints.
Ventilate area and eliminate all sources of ignition. Absorb, bund and scrape spillages onto sand, sawdust or absorbent
                                                                                                                             TRANSPORT INFORMATION:
granules and confine residues in a clearly marked sealed container for disposal in accordance with Local Authority
regulations for flammable products. Consult Protective Equipment section for advice when handling spillages.                 IMDG: FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS (CONTAINS WHITE SPIRIT), CLASS 3, UN1993, PG III,
HANDLING & STORAGE:                                                                                                          (41OC cc), MARINE POLLUTANT - IATA / IACO: Class 3; Packing Group III; ADR / RID: UN
Handling: Ensure adequate ventilation and use all recommended personal protective equipment                                  1993 FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS (CONTAINS WHITE SPIRIT), 3, PG III
Storage: Store in well-sealed, clearly marked containers. Keep out of reach of children in a cool well-ventilated            Transport Name (UK Road) – FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS, (CONTAINS WHITE SPIRIT). EAC No/HIN No: 3Y/30
environment preferably within a lockable metal cabinet. Use electrostatic earthing when pumping or pouring large             REGULATORY INFORMATION:
volumes of flammable liquid. Isolate all nearby source of ignition (pilot lights etc.)                                       CHIP Hazard symbols: R10, R51, R53, R65, R66 – Harmful Xn & Environmental Hazard N
EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:                                                                            Safety phrases: S2 – S16 – S23 - S24 – S25 - S57 - S60 - S62.
Occupational Exposure limit: 600mg/M3 for 8hr TWA or 1000 mg/M3 for 15 min TWA for Hydrocarbon components –                  All retail packs require a child resistant closure approved to BS EN ISO 28317 and a Tactile danger warning triangle
Respiratory: Good               Hand: Wear 17” long             Eye: BS 2092 Goggles          Skin: A disposable PVC         Other regulatory controls: Health & Safety @ Work Act 1974;
ventilation is required         elbow length latex rubber       should be worn for all        apron should be worn on        Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994. Environmental Protection Act 1990.
otherwise use an organic        (chlorinated) or nitrile        applications to help          top of overalls, however if    FURTHER INFORMATION:
vapour filtered face mask       gloves approved to EN           prevent accidental            the fabric becomes             The information supplied in this safety data sheet is intended to assist in the use of the above product without risk to
in confined spaces.             374 & EN 420 with a BTT         face/eye contact              contaminated these should      safety and health and is based on current knowledge and experience of the associated physico-chemical hazards. The
                                rating of > 4 hrs.                                            be laundered immediately.      data does not signify any warranty with regard to the product’s properties. This information may be used to assist in
                                                                                                                             formulating a COSHH risk assessment if applied at work. This data sheet complies with EC Directive 91/155EC.

				
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