AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC -- FYRQUEL 220 MLT -- 9150-01-113-2046
=====================  Product Identification  =====================

Product ID:FYRQUEL 220	MLT
MSDS Date:03/08/1999
FSC:9150
NIIN:01-113-2046
MSDS Number: CGMJD
=== Responsible Party ===
Company Name:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC
Address:S LIVINGSTONE AVE
City:DOBBS FERRY
State:NY
ZIP:10522
Country:US
Info Phone Num:800-666-1200
Emergency Phone Num:914-693-6946
Resp. Party Other MSDS Num.:16-084436
Preparer's Name:NOT PROVIDED
Chemtrec Ind/Phone:(800)424-9300
CAGE:97854
=== Contractor Identification ===
Company Name:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC
Address:300 S. RIVERSIDE PLAZA
Box:City:CHICAGO
State:IL
ZIP:60606-6613
Country:US
Phone:312-906-7500 TECH: 800-828-792
CAGE:97854
Company Name:SALATHE OIL CO INC
Address:2226 PETERS RD
Box:City:HARVEY
State:LA
ZIP:70058
Country:US
Phone:504-366-4542
CAGE:0T5C6
Company Name:SDB CONSULTANTS LTD
Address:401 WHITNEY AVE SUITE 120
Box:City:GRETNA
State:LA
ZIP:70056
Country:US
Phone:504-366-9105
Contract Num:SP0450-00-M-C192
CAGE:0PGK2

=============  Composition/Information on Ingredients  =============

Ingred Name:BUTYLATED TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE MIXTURE
Minumum % Wt:75.
Maxumum % Wt:85.
Other REC Limits:NONE RECOMMENDED

Ingred Name:TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE
CAS:115-86-6
RTECS #:TC8400000
Minumum % Wt:15.
Maxumum % Wt:25.
Other REC Limits:NONE RECOMMENDED
OSHA PEL:3 MG/M3
ACGIH TLV:3 MG/M3; 9596

=====================  Hazards Identification  =====================

LD50 LC50 Mixture:LD 50 ORAL RAT IS > 5000 MG/KG.
Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES  Skin:YES  Ingestion:NO
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO    IARC:NO	OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:EYES: CONTACT MAY CAUSE MILD
    IRRITATION. SKIN: MAY CAUSE MILD IRRITATION. INHALATION: MAY CAUSE
    RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. PRODUCT CONTAINS TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE
    WHICH CAN CAUSE CHOLINESTERASE INHIBI TION. INGESTION: MAY CAUSE
    IRRITATION OFGASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM AND DIARRHEA, AND
    CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION. TARGET ORGANS: SKIN, EYES, RESPIRATORY
    SYSTEM, CENTRAL & PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:NONE OF THE INGREDIENTS IN THIS PRODUCT
    IS LISTED BY NTP, IARC OR OSHA AS A CARCINOGEN.
Effects of Overexposure:EYES: IRRITATION. SKIN: IRRITATION. INHALATION:
    IRRITATION, HEADACHE, NAUSEA, SWEATING, HANDS AND FEET NUMBNESS,
    SALIVATION, MUSCLE TWITCHING, TREMORS, INCOORDINATION, BLURRED
    VISION, TEARS, ABDOMINAL  CRAMPS, DIARRHEA, CHEST DISCOMFORT.
    INGESTION: IRRITATION OF GI TRACT, AND THE SYMPTOMS LISTED UNDER
    INHALATION. IN CASES OF CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION, ATROPINE BY
    INJECTION IS ANTIDOTAL. PRALIDOXIME  CHLORIDE (2-PAM; PROTOPAM
    CHLORIDE) IS ALSO ANTIDOTAL WHEN ADMINISTERED EARLY & IN
    CONJUNCTION WITH ATROPINE.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:PERSONS WITH PRE-EXISTING
    NEUROMUSCULAR DISORDERS MAY BE AT AN INCREASED RISK FROM EXPOSURE
    TO THIS MATERIAL.

=======================  First Aid Measures  =======================

First Aid:EYES: REMOVE CONTACT LENSES. FLUSH EYES WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF
    WATER HOLDING EYELIDS OPEN. GET MEDICAL ATTENTION. SKIN: REMOVE
    CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. WASH AREA WITH SOAP AND WATER. IF IRRITATION
    DEVELO PS GET MEDICAL ATTENTION. INHALATION: MOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF
    NOT BREATHING GIVE CPR. IF BREATHING DIFFICULT GIVE OXYGEN. GET
    MEDICAL ATTENTION. INGESTION: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING UNLESS
    DIRECTED TO DO S O BY MEDICAL PERSONNEL. IIF VOMITING OCCURS, KEEP
    HEAD BELOW HIPS TO REDUCE RISK OF ASPIRATION. NEVER GIVE ANYTHING
    BY MOUTH IF UNCONSCIOUS. GET MEDICAL ATTENTION.

=====================  Fire Fighting Measures  =====================

Flash Point Method:PMCC
Flash Point:=246.1C, 475.F
Autoignition Temp:Autoignition Temp Text:N/D
Extinguishing Media:USE WATER FOG 0R SPRAY, DRY CHEMICAL, FOAM, CARBON
    DIOXIDE.
Fire Fighting Procedures:FIRE FIGHTERS SHOULD USE NIOSH APPROVED
    FULL-FACE, SCBA AND IMPERVIOUS PROTECTIVE CLOTHING. USE WATER SPRAY
    TO COOL FIRE-EXPOSED CONTAINERS TO PREVENT RUPTURE. DIKE FIRE
    CONTROL WATER FOR LATER DISPOS AL.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:HIGH PRESSURE WATER MAY SPREAD PRODUCT
    FROM BROKEN CONTAINERS INCREASING CONTAMINATION OR FIRE HAZARD. DO
    NOT ALLOW CONTAMINATED WATER TO ENTER WATERWAYS. PRODUCT IS NOT
    FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE.

==================  Accidental Release Measures  ==================

Spill Release Procedures:VENTILATE AREA. STOP SOURCE OF SPILL AND DIKE
    AREA. ABSORB LIQUID WITH INERT MATERIAL AND PLACE IN COVERED
    DISPOSAL CONTAINER. BRUSH AREA WITH DETERGENT AND WATER. DIKE WATER
    FOR DISPOSAL. DO NOT ALLO W CONTAMINATED WATER TO ENTER WATERWAYS
    OR SEWERS.
Neutralizing Agent:NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER.

======================	Handling and Storage  ======================

Handling and Storage Precautions:MAX STORAGE TEMP: 149F. STORE IN COOL,
    DRY, WELL VENTILATED AREA AWAY FROM FOODSTUFFS, FLAMMABLE OR
    OXIDIZING MATERIALS AND SOURCES OF HEAT OR FLAME.
Other Precautions:PROTECT CONTAINERS FROM DAMAGE. AVOID PROLONGED
    STORAGE AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES UNDER WET ALKALINE OR ACIDIC
    CONDITIONS. ROTATE CONTAINERS REGULARLY (FIRST IN, FIRST OUT).
    PREVENT MOISTURE CONDENSATI ON IN THE CONTAINERS.

=============  Exposure Controls/Personal Protection  =============

Respiratory Protection:NONE REQUIRED WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION. WHERE
    ADEQUATE VENTILATION IS NOT AVAILABLE USE NIOSH-APPROVED RESPIRATOR
    WITH DUST, MIST AND FUME FILTERS. FOR HIGHER LEVEL OF PROTECTION
    USE NIOSH- APPROVED  POSITIVE-PRESSURE, AIR-SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR.
Ventilation:PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION TO MAINTAIN EXPOSURE BELOW THE
    RECOMMENDED TLV/PEL.
Protective Gloves:COMBINATION NEOPRENE OVER NATURAL LATEX ARE
    RECOMMENDED
Eye Protection:CHEMICAL SAFETY GOGGLES OR FACESHIELD.
Other Protective Equipment:PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AS REQUIRED TO MINIMIZE
    EXPOSURE. EYE WASH STATION AND SAFETY SHOWER. LONG SLEEVED
    CLOTHING.
Work Hygienic Practices:WASH AFTER HANDLING AND BEFORE EATING,
    DRINKING, OR SMOKING. LAUNDER CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEFORE REUSE.
Supplemental Safety and Health
ALL FOOD SHOULD BE KEPT IN A SEPARATE AREA AWAY FROM THE STORAGE/USE
    LOCATION. EATING, DRINKING, AND SMOKING SHOULD BE PROHIBITED IN
    AREAS WHERE THERE IS A POTENTIAL FOR SIGNIFICANT EXPOSURE TO THIS M
    ATERIAL.

==================  Physical/Chemical Properties  ==================

HCC:V7
Vapor Pres:<0.1 @100F
Solubility in Water:<0.1 GM/100 ML
Appearance and Odor:CLEAR, TRANSPARENT LIQUID, ESSENTIALLY ODORLESS.

=================  Stability and Reactivity Data  =================

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
STRONG OXIDIZERS, STRONG ACIDS, STRONG ALKALIS. HYDROLYZES SLOWLY AT
    AMBIENT TEMPERATURE  IN ACIDIC OR ALKALINE AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
Stability Condition to Avoid:STABLE AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES AND
    ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. IT IS NOT SELF REACTIVE AND NOT SENSITIVE TO
    STATIC DISCHARGE.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:VAPORS MAY DECOMPOSE AT ELEVATED
    TEMPERATURES TO RELEASE HARMFUL MATERIALS. UNDER WET ACIDIC OR
    ALKALINE CONDITIONS HYDROLYZES TO FORM PHENOL, SUBSTITUTED PHENOLS,
    AND ARYL PHOSPHORIC ACIDS.

===================  Toxicological Information	===================

Toxicological Information:LC50 INH-RAT: >3.1 MG/L, 4 HR. NO EFFECTS
    OBSERVED AT THIS LEVEL. CHRONIC EFFECTS NOT KNOWN. LD50 SKN-RBT
    >2000 MG/KG, MILD SKIN IRRITANT IN RABBITS FOLLOWING 24 HR
    EXPOSURE. CHRONIC DERMAL NOT KNOWN.  EXPECTED TO CAUSE IRRITATION.
    MILD IRRITANT TO RABBIT EYES. DAILY INGESTION BY RATS OF 100, 400
    OR 1600 PPM FOR 3 MONTHS PRODUCED INCREASES IN LIVER WEIGHTS OF
    MALES AT HIGH-DOSE LEVEL. NO HISTOPATHO LOGICAL CHANGES NOTED.
    CARCINOGENITY/MUTAGENICITY: NO EFFECTS NOTED. REPRODUCTIVE: RATS:
    DAYS 6-20 OF GESTATION: INCREASED LIVER WEIGHTS & FETO-TOXICIITY.
    NO TERATOGENICITY NOTED. NO NEUROTOXICITY NOT ED.

=====================  Ecological Information  =====================

Ecological:96-HR LC50 RAINBOW TROUT: > 2 MG/L, 96-HR LC50 SHEEPSHEAD
    MINNOW: > 1 MG/L, 96-HR LC50 MYSID SHRIMP: 0.39 MG/L. TRIARYL
    PHOSPHATE ESTERS, INCLUDING TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE EXHIBIT LOW AQUEOUS
    SOLUABILITY,  HAVE MODERATE POTENTIAL FOR BIOACCUMULATION, AND
    READILY UNDERGO BIODEGRADATION. CHEMICAL FATE: MATERIAL IS READILY
    BIODEGRADABLE. HYDROLYSIS RATES FOR TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE, A PRODUCT
    COMPONENT, ARE:  AT PH 9.5: HALF-LIFE: 0.23 DAYS, AT PH 8.2:
    HALF-LIFE: 7.5 DAYS.

====================  Disposal Considerations  ====================

Waste Disposal Methods:CONTACT YOUR LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL OFFICER.
    DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL
    REGULATIONS.

===================  MSDS Transport Information  ===================

Transport Information:ENVIRONEMTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID,
    N.O.S. (TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE), 9, UN3082, PG III. NORTH AMERICAM
    EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE NO: 171, LABEL: CLASS 9, SUBSIDIARY RISK:
    MARINE POLLUTANT.

=====================  Regulatory Information  =====================

SARA Title III Information:NOT RELEVANT
Federal Regulatory Information:TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE SUBJECT TO DOMESTIC
    SUBSTANCE LIST - CANADA. LISTED ON TSCA
State Regulatory Information:TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE LISTED ON
    MASSACHUSETTS SUBSTANCE LIST, NEW JERSEY R-T-K HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE,
    PENNSYLVANIA HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE LIST.

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