Material Safety Data Sheet


SECTION I - Material Identity
SECTION II - Manufacturer's Information
SECTION III - Physical/Chemical Characteristics
SECTION IV - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data
SECTION V - Reactivity Data
SECTION VI - Health Hazard Data
SECTION VII - Precautions for Safe Handling and Use
SECTION VIII - Control Measures
SECTION IX - Label Data
SECTION X - Transportation Data
SECTION XI - Site Specific/Reporting Information
SECTION XII - Ingredients/Identity Information



SECTION I - Material Identity
Item Name                               
Part Number/Trade Name                   THINNERS 000T, 009T0000, PAINT THINNER
National Stock Number                    8010P000T
CAGE Code                                ICIPT
Part Number Indicator                    A
MSDS Number                              194798
HAZ Code                                 B


SECTION II - Manufacturer's Information
Manufacturer Name                        ICI PAINTS/DEVOR COATINGS
Street                                   925 EUCLID AVE
City                                     CLEVELAND
State                                    OH
Country                                  US
Zip Code                                 44115
Emergency Phone                          800-545-2643
Information Phone                        800-545-2643

MSDS Preparer's Information
Date MSDS Prepared/Revised               07AUG02
Active Indicator                         Y

Alternate Vendors


SECTION III - Physical/Chemical Characteristics
Appearance/Odor                          PAINT RELATED LIQUID
Boiling Point                            277-355
Vapor Pressure                           NA
Vapor Density                            NA
Specific Gravity                         1
Evaporation Rate                         NA
Solubility in Water                      N/A
Percent Volatiles by Volume              99.99
Chemical pH                              NA
Container Pressure Code                  4
Temperature Code                         8
Product State Code                       L


SECTION IV - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data
Flash Point                              100
Flash Point Method                       UNK
Lower Explosion Limit                    NA
Upper Explosion Limit                    NA
Extinguishing Media                      DRY CHEMICAL, FOAM WATER FOG, CARBON DIOXIDE 
Special Fire Fighting Procedures         WATER MAY BE USED TO COOL & PROTECT EXPOSED CONTAINERS. FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD USE FULLL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, EYE PROTECTION & SCBA 
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazards           CLOSED CONTAINERS MAY EXPLODE WHEN EXPOSED TO EXTREME HEAT/FIRE. VAPORS MAY IGNITE EXPLOSIVELY AT AMBIENT TEMP. VAPORS HEAVIER THAN AIR & MAY TRAVEL LONG DISTANCES


SECTION V - Reactivity Data
Stability                                YES
Stability Conditions to Avoid            ELEVATED TEMPS. CONTACT W/OXIDIZING AGENTS, SPARKS, OPEN FLAME, IGNITION SOUCES 
Materials to Avoid                       OXIDIZERS, ACIDS, REDUCING AGENTS, BASES, ALDEHYDES, AMINES, NITRIC ACIDS, CAUSTIC, MINERAL ACITS, NITRATES
Hazardous Decomposition Products         CARBON MONOXIDE, CARBON DIOXIDE, ACID FUMES, TOXIC GASES, SMOKE AND SOOT
Hazardous Polymerization                 NO
Polymerization Conditions to Avoid       WILL NOT OCCUR


SECTION VI - Health Hazard Data
Route of Entry: Skin                     YES
Route of Entry: Ingestion                YES
Route of Entry: Inhalation               YES
Health Hazards - Acute and Chronic       REPORTS HAVE ASSOCIATED REPEATED AND PROLONGED OCCUPATONAL OVEREXPOSURE TO SOLVENTS W/PERMANENT BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE, INTENTIONAL MISUSE BY DILBERATELY CONCENTRATING AND INHALING THE CONTENTS MAY BE HARMFUL OR FATAL 
Carcinogenity: NTP                       YES
Carcinogenity: IARC                      YES
Carcinogenity: OSHA                      YES
Explanation of Carcinogenity             CONTAINS ETHYLBENZENE WHICH IS CLASSIFIED AS A POSSIBLE CARCINOGENIC
Symptoms of Overexposure                 [INHALE] IRRITATION OF RESPIRATORY TRACT, MUCOUS MEMBRANE IRRITATION, FATIGUE, DIZZINESS, HEADACHE, UNCOORDINATION, NAUSEA, VOMITING, BLURRED VISION, DIFFICULTY W/SPEECH, CNS DEPRESSION, NARCOSIS, DIFFICULT BREATHING, ALLERGIC RESPONSE, TREMRS, UNCONSCIOUSNESS, ASPHYXIATION, DEATH. [SKIN] IRRITATION, DERMATITIS (CONTD SIGNS) EYE:SEVERE IRRITATION, CONJUCTIVITIS, BLURRED VISION, TEARING, REDNESS INGEST: LUNG INFLAMMATION, GASTRO-INTESTINAL DISTURBANCES, PULMONARY EDEMA, KIDNEY DAMAGE, SAME AS INHALE SYMPTOM
Medical Cond. Aggrevated by Exposure     EYE, SKIN, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, KIDNEY DOSORDERS, LIVE DISORDERS
Emergency/First Aid Procedures           [EYE] FLUSH W/WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MIN. LIFTING EYELIDS, IF IRRITATION PERSISTS OR OCCURS, SEEK MED. ATTN. [SKIN] FLUSH W/WATER, WASH WITH MILD SOAP, IF ANY PRODUCT REMAINS, GENTLY RUB PETROLEUM JELLY, ETC. ONTO SKIN. REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING, LAUNDER BEFORE REUSE. IF IRRITATION PERSISTS OR OCCURS, SEEK MED. ATTN. [INHALE] MOVE TO FRESH AIR, IF NECESSARY GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION OR OXYGEN. GET MED. ATTN. [INGEST] GET IMMED. MED. ATTN. DO NOT GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON 


SECTION VII - Precautions for Safe Handling and Use
Steps if Material Released/Spilled       ELIMINATE ALL SOURCES OF IGNITION, VENTILATE AREA, COLLECT W/ABSORBENT MATERIALS. USE NON-SPARKING TOOLS. EVACUATE ALL UNNECESSARY PERSONNEL. PLACE COLLECTED MATERIAL IN PROPER CONTAINER. FOR LG. SPILLS DIKE AND CONTAIN, PUMP TO STORAGE OR SALVAGE VESSELS. USE ABSORBENT TO PICK UP EXCESS RESIDUE 
Neutralizing Agent                       NONE LISTED
Waste Disposal Method                    IN ACCORDANCE W/STATE, LOCAL, AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS. AVOID DISCHARGE TO NATURAL WATERS 
Handling and Storage Precautions         STORE BELOW 80F KEEP AWAY FROM ALL SOURCES OF IGNITION. USE ONLY W/ADEQUATE VENTILATION. GROUND EQUIPMENT WHEN TRANSFERRING. KEEP CONTAINERS TIGHTLY CLOSED AND UPRIGHT WHEN NOT IN USE. EMPTY CONTAINERS MAY CONTAIN HAZ. RESIDUES 
Other Precautions                        READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL CAUTIONS, LABELS AND MSDS BEFORE USING ANY CHEMICAL PRODUCT 


SECTION VIII - Control Measures
Respiratory Protection                   IF CONCENTRATIONS ARE ABOVE APPLICABLE STANDARDS USE NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED RESPIRATOR
Ventilation                              PROVIDE DILUTION VENTILATION OR LOCAL EXHAUST TO PREVENT BUILD UP OF VAPORS. USE EXPLOSION PROOF/NON SPARKING EQUIP 
Protective Gloves                        IMPERVIOUS GLOVES
Eye Protection                           SAFETY GLASSES/GOGGLES/FACE SHIELD
Other Protective Equipment               IMPERVIOUS CLOTHING, APRON, BOOTS, EYE WASH, SAFETY SHOWER
Work Hygenic Practices                   WASH HANDS THOROUGHLY AFTER HANDLING
Supplemental Health/Safety Data          REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING /LAUNDER BEFORE REUSE. WASH HANDS AFTER EACH USE AND BEFORE EATING, DRINKING, ETC. MINIMIZE CONTACT OF PRODUCT ON SKIN 


SECTION IX - Label Data
Protect Eye                              NO
Protect Skin                             NO
Protect Respiratory                      NO
Chronic Indicator                        UNKNOWN
Contact Code                             UNKNOWN
Fire Code                                UNKNOWN
Health Code                              UNKNOWN
React Code                               UNKNOWN
Specific Hazard and Precaution           MED CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY OVEREXPOSURE ARE: EYE, SKIN, RESPIRATORY DISORDERS, KIDNEY DOSORDERS, LIVE DISORDERS


SECTION X - Transportation Data


SECTION XI - Site Specific/Reporting Information
Volatile Organic Compounds (P/G)         7.7244
Volatile Organic Compounds (G/L)         925.6831


SECTION XII - Ingredients/Identity Information
Ingredient #                             01
Ingredient Name                          BENZENE, ETHYL-
CAS Number                               100414
Percent                                  20
Ingredient #                             02
Ingredient Name                          2-PENTANONE, 4-METHYL-
CAS Number                               108101
Percent                                  30
Ingredient #                             03
Ingredient Name                          2-PROPANOL, 1-METHOXY-, ACETATE
CAS Number                               108656
Percent                                  60
Ingredient #                             04
Ingredient Name                          BENZENE, 1,3,5-TRIMETHYL-
CAS Number                               108678
Percent                                  5
Ingredient #                             05
Ingredient Name                          BENZENE, METHYL-
CAS Number                               108883
Percent                                  5
Ingredient #                             06
Ingredient Name                          BENZENE, DIMETHYL-
CAS Number                               1330207
Percent                                  80
Ingredient #                             07
Ingredient Name                          SOLVENT NAPHTHA, PETROLEUM, LIGHT AROM 
CAS Number                               64742956
Percent                                  20
Ingredient #                             08
Ingredient Name                          2-PROPANOL
CAS Number                               67630
Percent                                  30
Ingredient #                             09
Ingredient Name                          1-PROPANOL,2-METHOXY-, ACETATE 1 PROPANOL,2-METHOXY-ACETATE
CAS Number                               70657704
Percent                                  5
Ingredient #                             10
Ingredient Name                          BENZENE
CAS Number                               71432
Percent                                  1
Ingredient #                             11
Ingredient Name                          PROPANOIC ACID, 3-ETHOXY-, ETHYL ESTER ETHYL 3-ETHOXYPROPIONATE
CAS Number                               763699
Percent                                  100
Ingredient #                             12
Ingredient Name                          BENZENE, 1,2,4-TRIMETHYL-
CAS Number                               95636
Percent                                  20