AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC -- FYRQUEL 220 -- 9150-00N071743
=====================  Product Identification  =====================

Product ID:FYRQUEL 220
MSDS Date:09/10/1998
FSC:9150
NIIN:00N071743
Status Code:A
MSDS Number: CJHQV
=== Responsible Party ===
Company Name:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC
Address:5 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.:MSDS # 16-084447; REV. NO. 005
Chemtrec Ind/Phone:(800)424-9300
CAGE:01GF0
=== Contractor Identification ===
Company Name:AKZO NOBEL CHEMICALS INC.
Address:5 LIVINGSTONE AVE
Box:City:DOBBS FERRY
State:NY
ZIP:10522
Country:US
Phone:800-666-1200
CAGE:01GF0

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

Ingred Name:PHOSPHORIC ACID, TRIPHENYL ESTER; (TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE)
CAS:115-86-6
RTECS #:TC8400000
Minumum % Wt:15.
Maxumum % Wt:25.
Other REC Limits:N/K 
OSHA PEL:3 MG/M3
OSHA STEL:N/K 
ACGIH TLV:3 MG/M3
ACGIH STEL:N/K 

Ingred Name:BUTYLATED TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE MIXTURE
Minumum % Wt:75.
Maxumum % Wt:85.
Other REC Limits:N/K 
OSHA PEL:N/K 
OSHA STEL:N/K 
ACGIH TLV:N/K 
ACGIH STEL:N/K 

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

LD50 LC50 Mixture:LD50 (ORAL,RAT): > 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:INHALATION OF VAPOR OR MIST MAY CAUSE
    RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE MAY CAUSE
    CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION AT LEVELS ABOVE EXPOSURE LIMITS. SKIN
    CONTACT MAY CAUSE MILD IRRITATION. EYE  CONTACT MAY CAUSE MILD
    IRRITATION. INGESTION MAY CAUSE IRRITATION OF THE GASTROINTESTINAL
    SYSTEM AND DIARRHEA. INGESTION OF TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE MAY CAUSE
    CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION. SYMPTOMS OF CHOLIN ESTERASE INHIBITION
    MAY INCLUDE: HEADACHE, NAUSEA, SWEATING, NUMBNESS AND TINGLING OF
    THE HANDS AND FEET, SALIVATION, MUSCLE TWITCHING, TREMORS,
    INCOORDINATION, BLURRED VISION, TEARS, ABDOMINAL CRAMPS , DIARRHEA,
    AND CHEST DISCOMFORT.
Effects of Overexposure:SEE HLTH HAZS. TOX INFO: A SERIES OF IN VITRO
    ASSAYS (AMES TESTS, MOUSE LYMPHOMA & CHROMOSOME ABERRATION TESTS).
    NO EVIDENCE OF GENETIC ACTIVITY WAS NOTED. PROD WAS TESTED IN IN
    VITRO MALIGNANT TRANSF ORMATION ASSAY USING BALB/3T3 CELLS; IT DID
    NOT INDUCE MORPHOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS & THUS DID NOT EXHIBIT
    CARCIN POTENTIAL. DAILY ADMIN OF MATL AT 100, 400/1000 MG/KG TO
    RATS ON DAYS 6 THRU 20 OF GE STATION DEMONSTRATED MATERNAL TOX
    (INCRD LIVER WTS & REDUCED FOOD CONSUMPTION AT HIGH-DOSE) &
    FETO-TOX (REDUCTION IN FETAL BODY WT AT HIGH-DOSE) BUT NO
    INDICATIONS OF TERATOGENICITY WERE OBSERVED. CON T NEHC FOR MORE
    INFO .
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:INHAL: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF NOT BRTHG, GIVE ARTF RESP. IF
    BRTHG IS DFCLT, GIVE OXYGEN. GET MED ATTN. SKIN: REMOVE CONTAM
    CLTHG & EQUIP. THORO WASH ALL AFFECTED AREAS W/SOAP & PLENTY OF
    WATER. GET M ED ATTN IF IRRIT PERSISTS. WASH CONTAM CLTHG BEFORE
    REUSE. THORO CLEAN/DESTROY CONTAM SHOES. EYES: IMMED FLUSH W/PLENTY
    OF RUNNING WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINS. REMOVE ANY CONT LENSES. HOLD
    EYELIDS APAR T DURING FLUSHING TO ENSURE RINSING OF ENTIRE SURF OF
    EYES & LIDS W/WATER. GET MED ATTN IF IRRIT PERSISTS. INGEST: GET
    MED ATTN BY CALLING MD/POIS CTL CTR IMMED. DO NOT INDUCE VOMIT
    UNLESS DIRECTED TO	DO SO BY MED PERS. (SUP DAT)

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

Flash Point Method:PMCC
Flash Point:=246.1C, 475.F
Extinguishing Media:USE WATER FOG OR SPRAY, DRY CHEMICAL, FOAM OR
    CARBON DIOXIDE EXTINGUISHING AGENTS.
Fire Fighting Procedures:WEAR NIOSH APPRVD SCBA & FULL PROT EQUIP . AS
    IN ANY FIRE, PVNT HUMAN EXPOS TO FIRE, SMOKE, FUMES/PRODS OF
    COMBUST. EVACUATE NON-ESSNTL PERS FROM FIRE AREA. IF POSS, MOVE
    CONTRS FROM FIRE AREA.  IF NOT LEAKING, KEEP FIRE-EXPOSED CONTRS
    COOL W/WATER FOG/SPRAY TO PVNT RUPTURE DUE TO EXCESS HEAT. (STATE
    REGS)
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:PROD IS NOT DEFINED AS FLAM/COMBUST. IT
    IS SELF-EXTING ONCE SOURCE OF IGNIT IS REMOVED. NOT SENSITIVE TO
    STATIC DISCHARGE/PHYSICAL IMPACT. MAY DECOMP UNDER FIRE CNDTNS. NO
    OTHER FIRE/EXPLO HAZS  KNOWN . DECOMP UNDER FIRE CNDTNS CAN PRDCE
    CO, PHOSPHORUS OXIDES, & ORG DECOMP PRODS.NFPA RATING: HLTH&FLAM=1,
    REACTIVITY=0.

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

Spill Release Procedures:ISOLATE SPILL AREA & RESTRICT NON ESSNTL PERS.
    ALL PERS INVOLVED IN SPILL CLEANUP SHOULD FOLLOW APPROP INDUS
    HYGIENE PRACTICES. STOP SOURCE OF SPILL. DIKE AREA TO PVNT SPILL
    FROM SPREADING. SOAK UP LI Q W/SUITABLE ABSORB SUCH AS CLAY,
    SAWDUST/KITTY LITTER. SWEEP UP ABSORBED MATL & PLACE IN CHEM WASTE
    CONTR FOR DISP. CAUTION! SPILL AREA MAY BE SLIPPERY. (OTHER INFO)

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

Handling and Storage Precautions:WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING INCLUDING
    CHEMICAL GOGGLES & RUBBER GLOVES WHEN HANDLING TO AVOID EYE & SKIN
    CONTACT. AVOID INHALATION OF VAPOR/MIST. CONTAINERS SHOULD BE
    LOCATED IN AREA WHERE THEY CAN BE RO TATED REGULARLY (FIRST IN,
    FIRST OUT) & VISUALLY INSPECTED FOR DENTS & BULGING ON A WEEKLY
    BASIS.
Other Precautions:IF BULGED DRUMS ARE FOUND, THEY SHOULD BE VENTED IN
    OPEN AREA BY REMOVING TWO-INCH BUNG VERY SLOWLY. TWO-INCH BUNG
    SHOULD NOT BE REMOVED COMPLETELY UNTIL THERE IS NO SOUND OF PRESS
    BEING RELEASED. BUN G CAN THEN BE REMOVED BUT THIS SHOULD BE DONE
    SLOWLY & W/CARE. EMPTIED CONTR MAY RETAIN PROD RESIDUE S. (SARA
    REGS)

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

Respiratory Protection:USE NIOSH APPRVD ORG VAP/ACID GAS RESP (OVAG)
    W/DUST, MIST, & FUME FILTERS TO REDUCE POTENTIAL FOR INHAL EXPOS IF
    USE CNDTNS GENERATE VAP, MIST/AEROSOL & ADEQ VENT (E.G.,
    OUTDOOR/WELL-VENTILATED AREA)  IS NOT AVAIL. WHERE EXPOS POTENTIAL
    NECESSITATES HIGHER LEVEL OF PROT, USE NIOSH APPRVD, POS-PRESS,
    PRESS DEMAND, AIR-SUPP RESP. (STATE REGS)
Ventilation:AT ELEVATED PROCESSING TEMPS/IN EVENT THAT USE CNDTNS
    GENERATE AIRBORNE VAP, AEROSOL/MIST, MATL SHOULD BE HANDLED IN
    WELL-VENTILATED AREA.
Protective Gloves:COMBINATION NEOPRENE OVER NATURAL LATEX GLOVES ARE
    RECOMMENDED.
Eye Protection:ANSI APPROVED CHEMICAL WORKERS GOGGLES .
Other Protective Equipment:EYEWASH & DELUGE SHOWER MTG ANSI DESIGN
    CRITERIA . WEAR SUITABLE PROT CLTHG & FOOTWEAR, SELECTED W/REGARD
    FOR USE CNDTN EXPOS POTENTIAL. LONG SLEEVED CLTHG MAY BE USED TO
    MINIMIZE SKIN CONT.
Work Hygienic Practices:WASH THOROUGHLY AFTER HANDLING.
Supplemental Safety and Health
FIRST AID PROC: IF VOMIT OCCURS, KEEP HEAD BELOW HIPS TO REDUCE RISK OF
    ASPIR. NEVER GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO UNCON PERS. NOTE TO MD: PROD
    IS AN ORGANOPHOSPHORUS MIXT CONTAINING TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE,  A
    KNOWN CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITOR IN HUMANS. IN CASES OF
    CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION, ATROPINE BY INJECTION (OTHER INFO)

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

Vapor Pres:0.1 MM HG @ 37.8C (100F)
Viscosity:220 SUS @ 38C (100F)
Solubility in Water:0.1 G/100 ML
Appearance and Odor:CLEAR, YELLOW LIQUID; ESSENTIALLY ODORLESS.

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

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
INCOMPATIBLE WITH STRONG OXIDIZERS, STRONG ACIDS, STRONG BASES, AND
    STRONG ALKALIS. IT HYDROLYZES SLOWLY AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES IN
    ACIDIC OR ALKALINE AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS.
Stability Condition to Avoid:PROLONGED STORAGE AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES
    (ABOVE 150F; 65.6C) SHOULD BE AVOIDED. PRODUCT IS NOT SELF-REACTIVE
    AND IS NOT SENSITIVE TO STATIC DISCHARGE.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:UNDER WET ACIDIC/ALKALINE CNDTNS THIS
    PROD HYDROLYZES SLOWLY & NON-VIOLENTLY TO FORM PHENOL, SUBSTITUTED
    PHENOLS, & ARYL PHOSPHORIC ACIDS. VAPS MAY DECOMPOSE AT ELEVATED
    TEMPS TO RELEASE HARMFUL MATLS.

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

Toxicological Information:LC50 (INHAL, RAT): > 3.1 MG/L/4H (HIGHEST
    ATTAINABLE CONC); NO EFTS WERE OBSERVED. CHRONIC INHAL EFTS NOT
    KNOWN. ACUTE DERMAL LD50 (RABBIT): > 2000 MG/KG (PRACTICALLY
    NON-TOX). MILD SKIN IRRIT IN RABB ITS FOLLOWING 24-HR EXPOS.
    CHRONIC DERMAL EFTS NOT KNOWN. HOWEVER, PRLNG &/OR RPTD CONT MAY
    CAUSE IRRIT. MILD IRRIT TO RABBIT EYES. DAILY INGEST BY RATS OF
    100, 400/1600 PPM OF THIS MATL IN DIET FOR 3  MONTHS PRDCED INCRS
    IN LIVER & ADRENAL GLAND WTS IN FEMALES & INCRS IN LIVER WTS OF
    MALES AT HIGH-DOSE LEVEL. HOWEVER, NO HISTOPATHOLOGICAL CHANGES
    WERE NOTED. PROD WAS EXAMINED FOR MUTAGENIC & CLAST OGENIC ACTIVITY
    IN (EFTS OF OVEREXP)

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

Ecological:THE 96 HR LC50 (RAINBOW TROUT) = > 2 MG/L. TRIARYL PHOSPHATE
    ESTERS, INCL TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE, EXHIBIT LOW AQUEOUS SOLUBILITY,
    HAVE MOD POTENTIAL FOR BIOCONC & READILY UNDERGO PRIMARY & ULTIMATE
    BIODE GRADATION BY NATURALLY OCCURRING MIXED-MICROBIAL POPULATIONS
    PRESENT IN ACTIVATED SLUDGE & RIVER WATER. THIS PROD IS READILY
    BIODEGRADABLE. HYDROLYSIS RATES FOR TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE, A PROD
    COMPONENT,	ARE: AT PH 9.5: HALF-LIFE: 1.3 DAYS; AT PF 8.2:
    HALF-LIFE: 7.5 DAYS; AT NEUTRAL & ACIDIC PH: TOO SLOW TO RELIABLY
    MEASURE.

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

Waste Disposal Methods:MATL THAT CANNOT BE USED/CHEMICALLY REPROCESSED
    SHOULD BE DISPOSED OF I/A/W ALL APPLIC REGS. PROD CONTRS DESIGNED
    FOR SINGLE USE SHOULD BE THORO EMPTIED BEFORE DISP. NOTE! STATE &
    LOC REGS MAY BE MORE  STRINGENT THAN FED. THIS PROD, IF UNUSED,
    DOES NOT MEET EPA'S RCRA CRITERIA AS EITHER LISTED/CHARAC T HAZ
    WASTE. (OTHER INFO)

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

Transport Information:NOT REG: SURF TRANSPORT W/IN NORTH AMERICA
    (U.S.A., CANADA, MEXICO) IN PACKAGES OF 119 GAL/LESS (NON-BULK).
    AIR TRANSPORT W/IN NORTH AMERICA (U.S.A., CANADA, MEXICO). REG:
    BULK SURF SHIPMEMTS W/IN NOR TH AMERICA (>119 GALS). WATER
    TRANSPORT W/IN NORTH AMERICA (U.S.A., CANADA, MEXICO). EXPORT
    SHIPMENTS (EXCLUDING NON-BULK SHIPMENTS TO CANADA & MEXICO &
    SHIPMENTS VIA AIR TRANSPORT TO CANADA & MEXICO) . ENVIRON HAZ
    SUBSTANCE, LIQ N.O.S. (TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE) CLASS 9, UN 3082,
    PACKING GRP III, NORTH AMERICAN EMER GUIDE # 171. PRIMARY LABEL: 9.
    SUBSIDIARY RISK LABEL: MARINE POLLUTANT (TRIPHENYL PHOSP HATE, PER
    49 CFR 172.101, APPENDIX B).

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

SARA Title III Information:OTHER PREC: FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS & PREC EVEN
    AFTER CONTR IS EMPTIED. STORE AWAY FROM FOODSTUFFS/ANIMAL FEED.
    CONTRS SHOULD BE STORED IN COOL, DRY, WELL-VENTILATED AREA AWAY
    FROM FLAM/OXIDIZING MATLS &  SOURCES OF HEAT/FLAME. EXERCISE DUE
    CAUTION TO PVNT DMG TO/LEAKAGE FROM CONTR. PRLNG STOR AT ELEVATED
    TEMPS UNDER WET ALKALINE/ACIDIC CNDTNS SHOULD BE AVOIDED TO ASSURE
    PROD INTEGRITY. CARE SHOULD BE  TAKEN TO PVNT MOISTURE CONDENSATION
    IN CONTR. CARBON STEEL IS PREF MATL OF CONSTRUCTION FOR STOR
    CONTRS. PROD IS NORM SHIPPED IN UNLINED TANK CARS, TRUCKS & DRUMS.
    MAX STOR TEMP: 150.8F (66C). HIGHER  IN ABSENCE AIR/MOISTURE. (FED
    REGS)
Federal Regulatory Information:TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE & BUTYLATED
    TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING: ENVIRON LIST:
    DSL=DOMESTIC SUBSTANCE LIST-CANADA; TSCA=TOXIC SUBSTANCES CTL
    ACT-LISTED. NO OTHER REG INFO IS AVAIL. WH MIS HAZ CLASS: NOT
    CONTROLLED. NFPA/HMIS RATINGS: HLTH: 1; FLAM: 1; REACTIVITY: 0.
    SARA REGS: AT TEMPS <4.4C (40F), VISCOSITY CHARACTS ARE SUCH THAT
    IMPROVED PUMPING RATES MAY BE ACHIEVED BY WARMING.	TEMPS FROM
    27-37.8C (80-100F) PROVIDE GOOD RATES OF FLOW. THIS PROD CAN BE
    STORED & TRANSPORTED IN E QUIP CONSTRUCTED OF MILD STEEL.
State Regulatory Information:TRIPHENYL PHOSPHATE IS SUBJECT TO THE
    FOLLOWING ENVIRON LISTS: MA LIST=MASSACHUSETTS SUBSTANCE LIST; NJ
    R-T-K=NEW JERSEY R-T-K HAZ SUB.; PA LIST=PENN. HAZ SUBSTANCE LIST.
    FIRE FIGHT PROC: HIGH PRESS W ATER MAY SPREAD PROD FROM BROKEN
    CONTRS INCREASING CONTAM/FIRE HAZ. DIKE FIRE CTL WATER FOR LATER
    DISP. DO NOT ALLOW CONTAM WATER TO ENTER WATERWAYS. RESP PROT: WHEN
    USING RESP CARTRIDGES/CANISTERS, T HEY MUST BE CHANGED FREQUENTLY
    (FOLLOWING EACH USE/AT END OF WORKSHIFT) TO ASSURE BREAKTHROUGH
    EXPOS  DOES NOT OCCUR.

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