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					MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET                                                   Page 1

Product name :       ELDURASYN 32
1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Identification of preparation      :      Compressor Oil

Chemical Family                    :      Lubricating oil

Product Description                :
      Lubricating oil for compressors containing mainly parasitic mineral oil
      Ester, Polyalfaolefin, anti wear and amine anti oxidant, and others additives.

Supplier                           :      P.T. TRIADI PURNA MULYA
                                          JALAN PESANGGRAHAN RT 001/03,
                                          BINTARO KEBAYORAN LAMA –
                                          JAKARTA SELATAN
                                          TELP. 585-6935; 5852916; 5852555
                                          FAX. 62-21-5860193&4

2. COMPOSITION/ INFORMATION AN INGREDIENTS COMPONENTS

                                                                               Wt%

Refine parafinic mineral oil                                                   65%
Polyalfaolefine                                                                20%
Ester                                                                          10%
Anti wear
Amine anti oxidant           Clear under 21 CFR 178.3570                     balance
Others additives             for food grade additives

3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Health hazards            :
       Prolong contact may cause sensitization to skin and eyes.

Enviromental hazards      :
      This preparation does not require classification on the basis of enviromental
      hazard. For more information please see section 12.
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Physical and chemical
hazards/fire and explosions
hazards                      :
          No hazards. Material can form flammable mixture or can burn only upon
          Heating to temperatures at or above the flash point.
          Decomposes. Flammable/toxic gases will form upon decomposition.
          See section 10 " Stability and reactivity "
          Toxic gases will form during combustion.
          See section 5 " fire fighting measures"


4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Inhalation          :
         Using proper respiratory protection, immediately remove the affected
         victim
         From exposure. Administer artificial respiration if the breathing is
         stopped. Call for medical attention.

Skin contact       :
         Immediately flash with large amount of water and use soap if available.
         Remove contaminated clothing, including shoes, after Flushing has
         begun.
         Get prompt medical attention.

Eye contact         :
         Immediately flush eyes with large amount of water for at least 15 minutes
         And get prompt medical attention.

Ingestion            :
         DO NOT induce vomiting . if individual is conscious, give milk or water to
         Dilute stomach contents.
         DO NOT attempt to give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
         Get prompt medical attention.

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Fire fighting procedures
         Used water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces and to protect personnel.
         Shut off fuel to fire.
         Used foam, dry chemical, or water spray to extinguish fire.
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Special fires precautions
         Respiratory and eye protection required for fire fighting personnel.
         Avoid spraying water directly into storage containers due to danger of boil
over.
         See also section 4 "first aid measures" as well as section 10.

Hazardous combustion product
      Fumes, Smoke,Carbon dioxide(CO2), Carbon monoxide (CO), Oxide of
      Nitrogen And Oxide of sulfur ( toxic).

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Land spill   :
      Contain spill liquid with sand or earth. Recover by pumping or with suitable
      absorbent.
      Consult an expert on disposal of recovered material and ensure conformity
      To local disposal regulations.
      See section 4 as well as section 10.
Water spill :
      Remove from surface by skimming or with suitable absorbents. If allowed
      by authorities and enviromental agencies sinking and / or suitable
      dispersants may be used in non-confined waters.
      Consult an expert on disposal of any recovered material and ensure
      conformity to local disposal regulations.
      See also section 4 and 10.


7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Storage temperature degree C                 :       max 50 -65.
Transport temperature degree C               :       max 50-65.
Loading and unloading temperature degree C :         mas 50-65.
Storage/transport pressure                   :       Atmospheric.
Electrostatic accumulation hazard            :       no, but use proper
grounding.
Usual shipping containers                    :       Tank cars, trucks, and
drums.
Material and coating suitable     :    Carbon steel, stainless steel,epoxy
                                                     Coating.




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STORAGE AND HANDLING GENERAL NOTES
Keep container closed. Handle container with care.
Open slowly in order to control possible pressure release.
Store in room temperature and well ventilated place, away from incompatible
materials.
Do not handle or store near an open flame, source of heat or source of ignition.
Protect materials from direct sunlight.
Do not pressurize, cut, heat, or weld containers.


8. EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Engineering control measures/ ventilation :

       The use of local exhaust ventilation is recommended to control process
       emission near the source.

Personal protection                       :

       All contact should be avoided by persons with known hypersensitivity to
       lubricating Oil.


9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

These are indicative values only.

Physical state              :      Liquid.
Form/Colour                 :      Brownish liquid colour.
Odor                        :      Mild Hydrocarbon.

PH deg. C                   :      not applicable.

Boiling point range         :      320 deg’s (IBP)
Flash Point (COC)           :      210 deg.C
Auto ignition temp.         :      350 deg.C
Vapor Pressure              :      Negligible at ambient temp.
Soluble in water            :      no.
Specific gravity            :      0.87 will vary depend on based oil sources.
Viscosity 40 deg.C          :      40 Cst.
          100 deg.C         :      6.5 Cst.
Viscosity Index             :      120



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10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Hazardous polymerization                   :      no.
Stability                                  :      stable.
Materials and conditions to avoid
Incompatibility                            :      Strong oxidation agents.

11. TAXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute          :
        Inhalation :
               No hazard at ambient temperature ( -18 to 40 deg C).

        Skin contact :
               No order of toxicity, but prolong contact may cause very mild skin
               discomfort.
        Eye contact :
               Irritating to eye tissue if not remove promptly.
        Ingestion    :
                Almost no toxicity.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Enviromental mobility
      A mineral oil component of this preparation floats and can migrate from
      water to land.
      This is a preparation and enviromental assessment is based on component
      data and that of similar products.

Enviromental degradability
      A component of this preparation is expected to be inherently biodegradable
      according to OECD guidelines.
      This preparation is not expected to be readily biodegradable.

Ecotoxicity and bioaccumulation
      Expected to be harmful to aquatic organism. Long term adverse effect to
      aquatic organisms are possible if continuous exposure is maintained.




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13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

The following advice only applies to the product as supplied. Combination with
other materials may well indicate another route of disposal.
If doubt contact local authorities.

This product is not suitable for disposal by either landfill or via municipal
sewers,drains, natural streams or rivers.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Land ( rail road and road )
       This product is not regulated for road and rail transport.
       Inland waterways
       This product is not regulated for inland waterways transport.
Air
       This product is not regulated for air transport.




THIS INFORMATION RELATES ONLY TO THE SPECIFIC MATERIAL
DESIGNATED AND MAY NOT BE VALID FOR SUCH MATEIAL USED IN
COMBINATION WITH ANY OTHER MATERIAS OR IN ANY PROCESS.
SUCH INFORMATION IS TO THE BEST OF OUR KNOWLEDGE AND
BELIEVED ACCURATE AND RELIABLE AS OF THE DATE INDICATED.
HOWEVER, NO REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE IS
MADE AS TO ITS ACCURACY,RELIABILITY OR COMPLETENESS.
IT IS THE USER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SATISFY HIMSELF AS TO THE
SUITABILITY AND COMPLETENESS OF SUCH INFORMATION FOR HIS
OWN PARTICULAR USE.




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