Buty l Glycol Page 2 of 8,Response If on skin, P332 P313 If skin irritation occurs Get medical advice attention. P302 P352 Wash with plenty of soap and water, P362 Take off contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. P305 P351 Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes Remove contact. P338 lenses if present and easy to do Continue rinsing. P337 P313 If eye irritation persists Get medical advice attention. If inhaled, Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable. for breathing,If swallowed, P301 P312 Call a poison center or doctor physician if you feel unwell. P330 Rinse mouth, Storage P403 P233 Store in a well ventilated place Keep container tightly closed. P235 Keep cool,P405 Store locked up, Disposal P501 Disposal should be in accordance with applicable regional national. and local laws and regulations Local regulations may be more. stringent than regional or national requirements and must be. complied with,Precautionary Pictograms,3 Composition Information on ingredients. Chemical Name Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether,Common Name Butyl Glycol Butyl Glycol Ether. Synonyms Name Butyl Oxitol,CAS No 111 76 2,UN No 1993. Molecular Weight 118 17,Chemical Formula HOCH2CH2O CH2 3CH3. 4 First aid measures, Inhalation Remove to fresh air If the victim has difficulty breathing or. tightness of the chest give 100 oxygen with rescue breathing or. Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand. Tel 66 2 1683131 Fax 66 2 1683130 www apcbkk com,Buty l Glycol Page 3 of 8. CPR as required and transport to the nearest medical facility. Skin Contact Remove contaminated clothing Immediately flush skin with large. amounts of water for at least 15 minutes and follow by washing. with soap and water if available, Eye Contact Immediately flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15. minutes while holding eyelids open Transport to the nearest. medical facility for additional treatment, Ingestion Do not induce vomiting transport to nearest medical facility for. additional treatment If vomiting occurs spontaneously keep head. below hips to prevent aspiration,5 Fire fighting measures. Suitable extinguishing media Water spray or fog Dry chemical powder Alcohol resistant foam and. Carbon dioxide, Specific hazard arising from May produce toxic fumes of carbon monoxide carbon dioxide if. the chemical burning, Special protective action for Keep adjacent containers cool by spraying with water. fire fighters, Protective Equipment Wear full protective clothing and self contained breathing. 6 Accidental Release Measures, Protective Measures Observe all relevant local and international regulations. Avoid contact with spilled or released material Immediately. remove all contaminated clothing For guidance on selection of. personal protective equipment see chapter 8 this Material Safety. Data Sheet Shut off leaks if possible without personal risks. Remove all possible sources of ignition in the surrounding area. Prevent from spreading or entering drains ditches or rivers by. using sand earth or other appropriate barriers, Take precautionary measures against static discharge Ensure. electrical continuity by bonding and grounding earthing all. Clean Up Methods, Small spillage Transfer by mechanical means to a labeled sealable container for. 200 LT product recovery or safe disposal Allow residues to evaporate or. soak up with an appropriate absorbent material and dispose of. safely Remove contaminated soil and dispose of safely. large spillage Transfer by mechanical means such as vacuum truck to a salvage. 200 LT tank for recovery or safe disposal Do not flush away residues with. water Retain as contaminated waste Allow residues to evaporate. or soak up with an appropriate absorbent material and dispose of. safely Remove contaminated soil and dispose of safely. Other Information Notify authorities if any exposure to the general public or the. environment occurs or is likely to occur, Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand. Tel 66 2 1683131 Fax 66 2 1683130 www apcbkk com,Buty l Glycol Page 4 of 8. 7 Handling And Storage, Handling Avoid contact with skin eyes and clothing Do not breathe. vapours Extinguish any naked flame Remove ignition sources. Avoid sparks Do not smoke The vapour is heavier than air spreads. along the ground and distant ignition is possible Ensure electrical. continuity by bonding and grounding earthing all equipment Do. not use compressed air for filling discharging or handling. operations Handle and open container with care in well ventilated. area Do not empty into drains, Storage Must be stored in a diked bunded well ventilated area away from. sunlight ignition sources and other sources of heat Bulk storage. tanks should be diked bunded Keep away from aerosols. flammables oxidizing agents corrosives Storage Temperature. Product Transfer Keep containers closed when not in use Do not use compressed air. for filling discharging or handling operations If positive. displacement pumps are used these must be fitted with a non. integral pressure relief valve Ensure electrical continuity by. bonding and grounding earthing all equipment, Recommended Materials For containers or container linings use mild steel stainless steel. Additional Advice Containers even those that have been emptied can contain. explosive vapours Do not cut drill grind weld or perform similar. operations on or near containers,8 Exposure Controls and Personal Protection. Exposure Standard Occupational Exposure Limits,TLV TWA 20 ppm 121 mg m 8 Hours. TLV STEL 50 ppm 240 mg m, Engineering Controls Provide exhaust ventilation or other engineering controls to keep. Workplace the airborne concentrations of vapours below their respective. threshold limit value, Respiratory Protection Vapor respirator Be sure to use an approved certified respirator or. equivalent Wear appropriate respirator when ventilation is. inadequate, Hand Protection Butyl rubber gloves Nature rubber gloves Neoprene rubber. gloves Nitrile rubber gloves, Eye Protection Chemical splash goggles chemical monogoggles. Other Protection Use protective clothing which is chemical resistant to this material. Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand. Tel 66 2 1683131 Fax 66 2 1683130 www apcbkk com,Buty l Glycol Page 5 of 8. Safety shoes and boots should also be chemical resistant. 9 Physical and Chemical Properties,Appearance Clear liquid. Odour Slightly ether odour,pH Value No data available. Boiling Point oC 171 C,Melting Point oC 70 C,Flash Point 62 C. Lower Upper Flammability 1 1 12 7 V,Vapour Pressure kPa 0 1 kPa 20 C. Specific Gravity 0 903 20 C ASTM D4052,Vapour Density. 0 900 0 902 20 C ASTM D4052, Solubility in Water at 20 C or 68 F Completely miscible ASTM D1722. Evaporating Rate 0 08 n Butyl Acetate 1,Auto Ignition Temperature 238 o C. 10 Stability and Reactivity, Chemical Reactivity Stable under normal conditions. Stability Stable under normal conditions of use,Hazardous Polymerisation No. Conditions to Avoid Heat flame spark and other ignition sources. Materials to Avoid Strong oxidizing agents Acid Strong bases. Hazardous Decomposition Thermal decomposition is highly dependent on conditions Carbon. Products monoxide carbon dioxide and other organic compounds will be. evolved when this material undergoes combustion or thermal or. oxidative degradation May form explosive peroxides. 11 Toxicological Information,Acute Toxicity,LD50 Acute oral toxicity 470 mg kg rat. Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand. Tel 66 2 1683131 Fax 66 2 1683130 www apcbkk com,Buty l Glycol Page 6 of 8. LD50 Acute dermal 220 mg kg rabbit,LC50 Acute Inhalation 450 ppm 4 hours rat. Skin Irritation Irritating to skin,Eye Irritation Irritating to eyes. Respiratory Irritation Inhalation of vapours or mists may cause irritation to the. respiratory system,Carcinogenicity No data available. 12 Ecological Information,Acute Toxicity,Fish Low toxicity LC50 1 000 mg l. Bacteria Low toxicity EC50 1 000 mg l,Mobility Dissolves in water. If product enters soil it will highly mobile and may contaminate. groundwater,Persistence Degradability Readily biodegradable. Bio accumulation Has the potential to bioaccumulate low. 13 Disposal Considerations, Material Disposal Recover or recycle if possible It is the responsibility of the waste. generator to determine the toxicity and physical properties of the. material generated to determine the proper waste classifications. and disposal methods in compliance with applicable regulations. Container Disposal Drain container thoroughly After draining vent in a safe place. away from sparks and fire Refer to Section 7 before handling the. product or containers Residues may cause an explosion hazard Do. not puncture cut or weld unclenaed drums Send to drum. recoverer or metal reclaimer, Local Legislation Disposal should be in accordance with applicable regional national. and local laws and regulations Local regulations may be more. stringent than regional or national requirements and must be. complied with,14 Transport Information,Road Rail Transport. Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand. Tel 66 2 1683131 Fax 66 2 1683130 www apcbkk com,Buty l Glycol Page 7 of 8. UN Number 1993,Class Item 3 14,Hazard Symbol Flammable Liquid. Proper Shipping Name Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether. Packing Group III,Maritime Transport IMO,UN Number 1993. Packing Group III,Hazard Symbol Flammable Liquid, Proper Shipping Name Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether. Marine Pollutant No,Air Transport IATA ICAO,UN Number 1993. Packing Group III,Hazard Symbol Flammable Liquid, Proper Shipping Name Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether. 15 Regulatory Information,EC Label Name Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether. EC Classification Harmful,EINECS EC 203 905 0,EC Annex I Number 603 014 00 0. MITI JAPAN 2 407,16 Other Information, Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand. Tel 66 2 1683131 Fax 66 2 1683130 www apcbkk com,Buty l Glycol Page 8 of 8. National Fire Protection Health,Association USA,Fire Hazard. Reactivity,Specific Hazard, MSDS Distribution The information in this document should be made available to all. who may handle the product,Prepared By Quality Control Department. Asia Pacific Petrochemical Co Ltd, Disclaimer The information contained herein is based on our current knowledge of the underlying data. and is intended to describe the product for the purpose of health safety and environmental. requirements only No warranty of guarantee is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy. of these data or the results to be obtained from the use of the product. Revision 5 February 2013, Unit 2202 22nd Floor Cyber World Tower A 90 Ratchadapisek Road Huay Kwang Huay Kwang Bangkok 10310 Thailand.
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