MSDSMaterial Safety Data Sheet

U.S. Department of Labor

May be used to comply with

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard,

(Non-Mandatory Form)

29 CFR 1910.1200. Standard must be

Form Approved

consulted for specific requirements.

OMB No. 1218-0072


Manufacturer's Name      

·Xextex Corporation

Emergency Telephone Number
· (425) 392-3848

Address (Number, Street, City, State, and ZIP Code)

·70 E. Sunset Way #188

Telephone Number for Information
 
·Same

 ·Issaquah, WA  98027-3813

Date Prepared
 
·08-15-01   Revised 12-14-10

· USA

Signature of Preparer (optional)
· Prepared by:  Jerry Brownstein

Section II - Hazard Ingredients/Identity Information

Hazardous Components (Specific Chemical Identity; Common Name:   none

OSHA PEL

ACGIH TLV

Other Limits
Recommended

%(optional)

 

 
 Synthetic/polymer fiber blend                        N/A              N/A                N/A

Section III - Physical/Chemical Characteristics

Boiling Point

 N/A

Specific Gravity (H2O = 1)
 

 
 N/A

Vapor Pressure (mm Hg.)

 N/A

Melting Point

 480°-570°F
 

Vapor Density (AIR = 1)

 N/A

Evaporation Rate
(Butyl Acetate = 1)

 N/A
 

Solubility in Water
· Not soluble

Appearance and Odor
 
·color:  gray to blue-gray, odorless

(Reproduce locally)                                Page 1

OSHA 174, Sept. 1985

 

 

 

 

 

 

Section IV - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point (Method Used) 

·840°-1040°F

NFPA Fire Analysis, polymer fiber pg.4-49

Eighteenth Edition, 1997

Flammable Limits

1290-1330

LEL

680°F
 

UEL
 
750°F

Extinguishing Media
 
·Water spray, ABC dry chemical

Special Fire Fighting Procedures
 
·Use self contained breathing apparatus when fighting fires in enclosed areas when exposure to smoke and gases could occur (including cleanup and salvage operations).

Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards
· Protein type air foams would be ineffective on larger fires due to lack of cooling capacity which could result in re-ignition.

Section V - Reactivity Data

Stability

Unstable

 

Conditions to Avoid
 

 

Stable

 X

 
 None

Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid)
 

Hazardous Decomposition or Byproducts
 None

Hazardous
Polymerization

May Occur

 

Conditions to Avoid
 

 

Will Not Occur

 X

 
 None

Section VI - Health Hazard Data

Route(s) of Entry:

Inhalation?

Minor dust

Skin?

N/A

Ingestion?
N/A 

Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic)
· A fine (non-irritating) dust may occur when handling loose fiber.  Persons with breathing abnormalities may wish  to wear a common filter mask. Dust is minor and does not occur with the blanket product.

Carcinogenic:

N/A

NTP?

N/A

IARC Monographs?

N/A

OSHA Regulated?
 No

Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
 
·None

Medical Conditions
Generally Aggravated by Exposure         
·See:  “Health Hazards” above

Emergency and First Aid Procedures
 
·N/A

(Reproduce locally)                                Page 2

OSHA 174, Sept. 1985

 

 

 

 

 

Section VII - Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Steps to Be Taken in Case Material is Released or Spilled
 
· Use common industrial practices to clean up.

Waste Disposal Method
 
·If unused, no special precautions are necessary.  If used, dispose of in accordance with federal, state and local regulations.

In certain types of cleanup applications the nature of the material recovered will classify the resulting spent material as a hazardous component.  In such instances the material should be disposed of via an approved hazardous waste disposal service and the appropriate manifesting obtained.

Precautions to Be taken in Handling and Storing:
 
·Avoid generating dust when handling loose material.

Other Precautions
 
·None

Section VIII - Control Measures

Respiratory Protection (Specify Type)
· Common dust mask is a good industrial practice but is not necessary.

Ventilation

·Normal / natural

Local Exhaust

·Normal

Special
 

 

Mechanical (General)

·None

Other
 

Protective Gloves

·May be used but not necessary

Eye Protection
· Safety glasses with side shields as a good industrial practice but is not necessary.

Other Protective Clothing or Equipment
· None required

Work/Hygienic Practices
· Wash hands after handling as a good hygienic practice.

 

 

 

 

 

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* U.S.G.P.O.: 1986 - 491 - 529/45775

 

The Xextex Corporation, USA


Jerry M. Brownstein
President & CEO
1420 NW Gilman Blvd. #2227
Issaquah, WA 98027

Phone: (425) 392.3848
Fax: (425) 392.0222
Email: jbxextex@comcast.net


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