MSDS Number: un1993
- Product Identification
Manufacturer: CQ Concepts
Emergency Phone: infotrac 1-800-535-5053
Trade Name: Brake Parts Cleaner Product Type: Degreasing Solvents
- Composition/Information on Ingredients
Chemical /Common NameCAS No.TLV (source)—————————-————
————hexane110-54-350methanol67-56-1isopropanol alcohol anhydrous63-67-0500
- Physical Data
Boiling Point (f): 289-300 f.
Specific gravity (h2o=1.0): 0.70 ~0.05 pH: na
vapor pressure (mm hg): not determined
vapor density: not determinedSolubility in Water: negligible
__complete ____insoluble ____emulsifiable ____slightEvaporation Rate(vsh2o)
__x_faster ____slower _____ about the sameAppearance: Clear Liquid
- Fire and Explosion Hazard Data
Flash Point (T.C.C.) : < 0 F.
Flammable Limits: upper 7.8 Lower 1.2
Extinguishing Media: dry chemical; co2; foam
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: do not enter confined fire-spaces without protective clothing and self- contained air supply.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: concentrated vapor will ignite if exposed to spark or open flames.
- Reactivity Data
incompatibility: strong acids/oxidizers. Avoid heat, open flames & sparks.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: burning might produce carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide.
- Health Hazard Data
Primary Routes of Exposure
_x_eye __x_skin ____oral __x_inhalation _____other
Signs and Symptoms of Overexposure (Acute):
prolonged or repeated contact will cause irritation and reddening.
vapor and mist may be irritating to skin and respiratory tract.Signs and Symptoms of Overexposure (Chronic):
prolonged exposure may cause gradual numbness and weakness of the hand and feet, accompanied by tingling sensation. Other effects are; fatigue, loss of appetite, weight lossMedical Conditions Aggravated by OverExposure:
Existing respiratory problems, existing dermatitis. Carcinogen or suspect carcinogen ingredients
____NTP ____IARC _____OSHA __x__none
- Emergency and First Aid Procedures
Eyes: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes and call a physician immediately.Skin: Wash affected areas with large amounts of soap and water. If irritation persists call a physician.Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting, call a physician immediately.Inhalation: Move exposed person to fresh air, if not breathing perform artificial respiration, get medical help immediately.
- Special Protection Information
Respiratory Protection: Use a respirator suitable for organic vaporsVentilation Requirements: Adequate local exhaust Eye Protection: splash-proof safety gogglesProtective Gloves: Viton gloves Other Protective Clothing: n/aEye wash station should be available in work area.
- Spill or Leak Procedures
Steps to be Taken if Released or Spilled: immediately eliminate all sources of ignition. Soak up spills with absorbent material and h old for disposal in accordance with applicable regulations. Reclaim large spills for proper disposalWaste Disposal Methods: Dispose of in accordance to federal, state, and local regulations.
- Storage and Handling Information
Precautions to be taken in handling and storage: warning: flammable! Empty container contain combustible vapors. Store in a cool, fire resistant area, away from all sources of ignition and oxidizing material. Ground all equipment and provide adequate ventilation. Post no smoking signs in storage and handling areas. Handle all containers carefully.
- Transport Information
D.O.T. Proper Shipping Name: Flammable Liquid N.O.S.
D.O.T. Hazardous class: 3
D.O.T. I.D. No. Un1993
D.O.T. Placard: 3*NOTICE: The health hazard given on this material safety data sheet apply to this product in its concentrated form (as supplied) and may differ significantly at use dilution. The signs and symptoms of over exposure apply only to negligence in handling or misuse of the concentrated product and not to the routine exposure of the diluted product under conditions of ordinary use.