BRAYCO 814

Product and Company Identification
Composition/Information on Ingredients
Hazards Identification
First Aid Measures
Fire Fighting Measures
Accidental Release Measures
Handling and Storage
Exposure Controls/Personal Protection

Physical and Chemical Properties
Stability and Reactivity
Toxicological Information
Ecological Information
Disposal Considerations
Transport Information
Regulatory Information
Other Information / Hazmat Info / Hazcom Label
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MSDS Safety Information
FSC:  

6850

MSDS Date:  

12/12/1988

MSDS Num:  

BRRZZ

Submitter:  

N EN

LIIN:  

00N016857

Tech Review:  

04/11/1996

Status CD:  

C

MFN:  

01

Article:  

N

Kit Part:  

N

Responsible Party  HO868
Name:  

CASTROL INCORPORATED

Address:  

16715 VON KARMAN AVE

City:  

IRVINE

State:  

CA

Zip:  

92714

Country:  

US

Info Phone Number  

714-660-9414

Emergency Phone Number  

714-660-9414

Preparer's Name:  

KAREL WRIGHT

Proprietary Ind:  

N

Review Ind:  

N

Published:  

Y

Special Project CD:  

N

Cage:   HO868
Address:  

16715 VON KARMAN AVENUE

City:  

IRVINE

State:  

CA

Zip:  

92714

Country:  

US

Phone:  

714-660-9414


Cage:   98308
Address:  

16715 VON KARMAN AVENUE, SUITE 230

City:  

IRVINE

State:  

CA

Zip:  

92714

Country:  

US

Phone:  

714-660-9414/OUT US 202-43-7616




Ingredients
Cas:  
Code:  X
RTECS #:  1000314NH
Code:  M
Environmental Wt:  

Other REC Limits:  

N/K

OSHA PEL:  

N/K (FP N)

Code:  

M

Code:  

Code:  

M

Code:  

Ozone Depleting Chemical:  




Health Hazards Data
LD50 LC50 Mixture  

NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER.

Route Of Entry Inds - Inhalation:  

YES

Skin:  

NO

Ingestion:  

YES

Carcinogenicity Inds - NTP:  

NO

IARC:  

NO

OSHA:  

NO

Health Hazards Acute And Chronic  ACUTE/CHRONIC:MAY BE A MILD SKIN IRRITANT TO SOME PEOPLE AFTER PROLONGED EXPOSURE. INHALATION OF DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS MAY CAUSE RESPIRATORY IRRITATION AND INDUCE "POLYMER FUME FEVER" CONDITION. MILD SKIN IRRITATION. TO DECOMPOSITION PRODU CTS:LUNG IRRITTION, PULMONARY EDEMA, "FLU-LIKE" SYMPTOMS, (EFTS OF OVEREXP)
Explanation Of Carcinogenicity  NOT RELEVANT.
Signs And Symptions Of Overexposure  HLTH HAZ:(FEVER, CHILLS).
Medical Cond Aggravated By Exposure  NONE KNOWN.



First Aid
     EYE:FLUSH W/LRG AMOS OF CLEAN WATER THORO. CALL MD IF IRRIT DEVELOPS. SKIN:REMOVE CONTAM CLTHG. WIPE MATL FROM SKIN. WASH THORO W/SOAP & WATER. INHAL:REMOVE FROM AREA OF EXPOS. GIVE O*2 IF NEC. POLYMER FUME FEVER CNDTN SHOULD SUBSIDE WITHIN 24 HOURS. INEST:DO NOT INDUCE VOMIT. IMMED GIVE 2 GLASSES OF CHARCOAL SLURRY/PLAIN WATER. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO UNCON PER. CALL MD.



Spill Release Procedures
    DO NOT PERMIT PRODUCT TO ENTER STREAMS, SEWERS OR OTHER WATERWAYS. DIKE SPILL AND ELIMINATE LEAKS. ABSORB WITH INERT MATERIAL AND STORE IN CLOSED CONTAINER UNTIL DISPOSAL.
Neutralizing Agent  NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER.





Waste Disposal Methods

Handling and Storage Precautions
Other Precautions  DO NOT STORE NEAR HEAT, FLAME, ACTIVE METALS, ALKALIES.MAINTAIN ADEQUATE VENTILATION.



Fire and Explosion Hazard Information
Flash Point Method:  

N/P

Flash Point:  

Flash Point Text:  

NONE

Autoignition Temp:  

Autoignition Temp Text:  

N/A

Lower Limits:  

N/A

Upper Limits:  

N/A

Extinguishing Media  USE MEDIA SUITABLE FOR SURROUNDING FIRE (FP N).
Fire Fighting Procedures  WEAR NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED SCBA & FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (FP N). USE WATER AS FOG OR SPRAY TO COOL FIRE EXPOSED CONTAINERS.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard  DECOMPOSITION OF PRODUCT AT FLAME TEMPERATURES FORMS TOXIC FLUORINE COMPOUNDS.



Control Measures
Ventilation  NOT NORMALLY REQUIRED; PROVIDE EXHAUST IF TEMPERATURES EXPECTED TO EXCEED 300C.
Protective Gloves  IMPERVIOUS GLOVES (FP N).
Eye Protection  CHEMICAL WORKERS GOGGLES (FP N).
Other Protective Equipment  IMPERVIOUS GARMENTS AS REQUIRED.
Work Hygienic Practices  DO NOT WEAR CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. LAUNDER BEFORE RE-USE OR DISCARD. DO NOT CONSUME FOOD, DRINK OR HANDLE (SUPP DATA)
Supplemental Safety and Health  HYGIENE PRACT:TOBACCO PRODUCTS WHILE IN CONTACT WITH THIS PRODUCT.



Physical/Chemical Properties
HCC:  

N1

NRC/State LIC No:  

Net Prop WT For Ammo:  

Boiling Point:  

B.P. Text:  

>500F,>260C




Reactivity Data
Stability Indicator:  

YES

Stability Condition To Avoid:  

OPEN FLAME. ACTIVE METALS, METAL OXIDES AT TEMPERATURES >280C.

Materials To Avoid:  

LEWIS ACID CATALYSTS, STRONG OR NON-AQUEOUS ALKALI.

Hazardous Decomposition Products:  

DECOMPOSITON AT HIGH TEMPERATURES (>300C) YIELDS HYDROGEN FLUORIDE, CARBONYL FLUORIDE AND OTHER ACID FLUORIDES.

Hazardous Polymerization Indicator:  

NO




Toxicological Information
Toxicological Information:  

N/P




Ecological Information
Ecological:  

N/P




MSDS Transport Information
Transport Information:  

N/P




Regulatory Information
Sara Title III Information:  

N/P

Federal Regulatory Information:  

N/P

State Regulatory Information:  

N/P




Other Information
Other Information:  

N/P




HMIS HAZCOM Label
Product Name:  

BRAYCO 814

Cage:   HO868
Assigned IND:  

Y

Company Name:  

CASTROL INCORPORATED

Street:  

16715 VON KARMAN AVENUE

PO Box:  

City:  

IRVINE

State:  

CA

Zipcode:  

92714

Country:  

US

Health Emergency Phone:  

714-660-9414

Label Required IND:  

Y

Date Of Label Review:  

03/11/1993

Status Code:  

C

MFG Label NO:  

Label Date:  

03/11/1993

Year Procured:  

N/K

Origination Code:  

G

Chronic Hazard IND:  

N

Eye Protection IND:  

YES

Skin Protection IND:  

YES

Signal Word:  

CAUTION

Respiratory Protection IND:  

YES

Health Hazard:  

Slight

Contact Hazard:  

Slight

Fire Hazard:  

None

Reactivity Hazard:  

Slight


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