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					                                            MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
                                                              Blue Thunder
For MSDS update: 1-800-361-7691                                                                                #05-12410/230134/6/8/9
I    MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND USE                                            VI TOXICITY DATA
Supplier Identifier:      Wood Wyant Inc.                                       Primary Route of (Entry) Exposure:
                          A division of Sani-Marc Group                         Inhalation:    Concentrated vapours may irritate nose and breathing
                          42 rue de l’Artisan                                                  passages and result in nausea, dizziness and drowsiness.
                          Victoriaville, Qc, G6P 7E3
Trade Name:               Blue Thunder                                                         Very unlikely under normal use. Spray mists will irritate
WHMIS class:              D1A, E                                                               nose and throat.
Acceptation:              Canadian Food Inspection Agency (C.F.I.A)             Eyes:          Will cause corrosive burns.
                          accepted                                              Skin:          Will cause defatting, drying and peeling of affected area,
Recommended Use:          Tough dirt cleaner and degreaser for industrial,                     possible burns with prolonged contact which may not be
                          institutional and food plant use.                                    immediately noticeable or painful.
                                                                                Ingestion:     Will cause irritation, possible burns to mouth, throat and
Health Rating:   0 = Insignificant  1 = Slight                                                 upper digestive tract; nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhea.
                 2 = Moderate       3 = High
                 4 = Extreme                                                    Acute exp. effects:          As above
Health:2         Flammability:0    Reactivity: 0                                Chronic exp. effects:        Prolonged and repeated skin contact may cause
Special Warning: None                                                                            dermatitis. Glycol ether component can be absorbed through
                                                                                                 the skin with prolonged and widespread skin contact.
           T.L.V.         LD/50        LC/50              CAS        %
                                                                                VII FIRST AID
Ethylene Glycol monobutyl Ether                                                 Inhalation:      If safe to enter area, remove victim to fresh air. Assist
            25 ppm        1480 mg/Kg        486 ppm     111-76-2     5-10                        breathing as required.
            (skin)        (oral-rat)        (4hr-rat)                           Eyes:            Immediately flush with cool water. Remove contact
                          400 mg/Kg                                                              lenses; continue flushing for 15 minutes, holding eyelids
                          (dermal-rabbit)                                                        apart to ensure rinsing of the entire eye. Contact a
Sodium Metasilicate                                                                              physician immediately.
            N.Av.         1153 mg/Kg        N. Av.      6834-92-0    1-5        Skin:Immediately wash affected area with soap and water. If irritation
                          (oral-rat)                                                             persists, contact a physician.
                          770 mg/Kg                                             Ingestion:       DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If victim is conscious,
                          (oral-mouse)                                                           rinse mouth and give 1-2 glasses of water. Consult a
Sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate                                                                  physician immediately. Never give anything by mouth to
            N.Av          N.Av.             N.Av.       25155-30-0 1-5                           an unconscious person.
                                                                                VIII PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
III PHYSICAL DATA                                                               Gloves:                             Wear nitrile or neoprene gloves
Physical State:  Liquid                Vapour Density:        N.Av.             Eye Protection:                     Wear safety glasses or goggles.
Odour:           Butylic               % Non Volatile:        N.Av.             Other Protective Equipment:         As required to prevent contact with skin
                                       pH:                    12.5-13.5                                             or clothing.
Color:                 Blue            Clarity:               Clear             Engineering Controls:
Density:               ~1.04           Boiling point:         1000C             Local Exhaust:             Not normally required. Use ventilating
Viscosity:             Water thin      Solubility in Water:   100%                                         equipment if product is used in a confined
                                                                                                           area with poor ventilation.
IV FIRE and EXPLOSION DATA                                                      Leak and Spill Procedures:
Flash Point (ºC TCC):  None                                                                         Spills or leaks should be absorbed with absorbent material
Hazardous                                                                                           and placed in suitable containers for disposal. Review
Combustion Products:   oxides of carbon, sulfur                                                     Federal, Provincial and Local government regulations for
Extinguishing Media:   Use dry chemicals, CO2, water spray or                                       disposal.
                       foam                                                     Waste Disposal:              In accordance with Municipal, Provincial and
                                                                                                             Federal regulations.
Unusual Fire and                                                                Handling Procedures
Explosive Hazards:                     None                                     and Equipment:       Remove and launder contaminated clothing. Avoid
                                                                                breathing spray mists. Use appropriate protective equipment. Avoid contact
Special Procedures:                    None                                     with skin and clothing. Do not use on glass.
V    REACTIVITY DATA                                                            Requirements:                KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Stability:          Stable                                                                                   Keep containers closed. Keep from Freezing.
Materials to Avoid: Strong acids, soft “metals” such as aluminum
                                                                                IX ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
                    and zinc, glass.
                                                                                TDG Shipping Name: CORROSIVE LIQUID, N.O.S.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:             Oxides of carbon            and                              (SODIUM METASILICATE)
                                              nitrogen, sulfur                                             Class 8 UN 1760 PG II
                                                                                Prepared by:           Technical Department
N. Ap. = Not applicable                                                         Date:                  December 2009
N. Av. = Not Available                                                          Revision based on updated data from Suppliers
Exp = exposition

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