SECTION I -PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Chemical Name: METHACRYLATE COPOLYMER
Product Name : MAX- CRYLIC POWDER
GENERIC NAME FOR KVN PRODUCT: CLASSIFY AS SAME MSDS
FABRICATOR/ DISTRUBUTION: KVN COSKM, INC.
3415 Empire Blvd ,Atlanta, GA 30354
INFORMATION TEL: 1-866-COSCHEM
MSDS ON WEBSITE WWW.KVNCOSKM.COM
SECTION II -HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS OF MIXTURES
HAZARDOUS COMPONENT CAS REG. NO. % TLV (UNITS) PEL (UNITS)
Particulates NOC NE <99 10 mg/rn3 15 mg/rn3
Residual Monomers NA <1 NA NA
Benzoyl Peroxide 94-36-0 <3 5 mg/rn3 5 mg/rn3
Azo Pigment 59487-23-9 <1 NE NE
SECTION III - PHYSICAL DATA
BOLING POINT: NA SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H20=1): 1.25
VAPOR PRESSURE: NA PERCENT VOLATILE W/W%: NA
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1): NA EVAPORATION RATE ( =1): NA
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Insoluble.
AP. Dot UN Shipping Name: SYNTHETIC GUM RESIN GRANULAR,
NOBIN NMFC ITEM #46030, and SCHEDULE B 39006.90.6000
PEARANCE AND ODOR: Fine pink powder. Faint odor in bulk. White powder
SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
FLASH POINT: 304 °C FLAMMABLE LIMIT, AIR VOL%
LOWER: NA 580 °F UPPER: NA
AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: NE
EXTINGUISHER METHOD: Water, carbon dioxide, dry chemical.
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Avoid extinguishing methods which may generate dust clouds. Water stream can disperse dust into air, producing a fire hazard and possible explosion hazard if exposed to ignition source.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Polymer dust is combustible. The explosive limits of the polymer particles suspended in air are approximately those jf coal dust. Firefighters should wear self-contained breathing apparatus.
SECTION V - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY: Eyes or skin(no absorption); inhalation of dusts.
CARCINOGENICITY: None of the components of this material are listed by IARC, NTP, OSHA, or ACGIH as carcinogens.
TARGET ORGANS: For Polymer: None Listed. For decomposition products, Methyl Methacrylate Monomer: Nose, liver and kidneys;
Ethyl Methacrylate Monomer: None Listed. For Benzoyl Peroxide: None Listed.
For Azo Pigment: None Listed.
THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE (TLV): For polymer: NE. For decomposition products, Ethyl Methacrylate Monomer: NE, however recommend 100 ppm; Methyl Methacrylate Monomer: 100 ppm. For Benzoyl Peroxide: 5 mg/rn3. For Azo Pigment: NE.
PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE LIMIT (PEL): For polymer: NE. For decomposition products, Ethyl Methacrylate Monomer: NE, however recommend 100 ppm; Methyl Methacrylate Monomer: 100 ppm. For Benzoyl Peroxide: 5 mg/rn3. ForAzo Pigment: NE.
SECTION VI - HEALTH HAZARD DATA & TOXICITY DATA:
For Polymer: None Listed. RTECS: Not Listed. TSCA: Listed.
For decomposition products, Methyl Methacrylate Monomer: LD Acute Oral Rat: 7990 ma/kg.
LD Acute Dermal Rabbit: 35,500 mg/kg. LC50 Acute Inhalation Rat: >12,500 to 16,500 ppm for 0.5 hours. TCLO Inhalation Human: 125 ppm. TCLO Inhalation Human: 60 mg/rn3. Human Inarch
Test: Approximate one-third of subjects developed mild redness at the site of application.
Twenty percent showed sensitivity when tested 1Odáys later.
Reproductive Effects: TCLO Inhalation Rat: 109 gm/m3/54 minutes, 6-15 days of pregnancy.
TCLQ Inhalation Rat: 54 mg/rn3/24 hours, 8 weeks of pregnancy. TCLO Inhalation Rat: 4480
mg/m3/2 hours, 6-18 çys of pregnancy. RTECS: Listed. TSCA: Listed. EINECS: Listed.
Ethyl Methacrytate Monomer: LCLO Inhalation Rat: 8300 ppm/4H. LD50 Intraperitoneal Mouse:
1369 mg/kg. LD50 Intraperitoneal Rat: 1223 mg/kg. LD Oral Mouse: 7836 mg/kg. LD50 ral
Rat: 13,486 mg/kg. LD50 Oral Rabbit: 3630 mg/kg. ALD Dermal Rabbit: >10,000 mg/kg. LDLO Subcutaneous Rat:5 gm/kg. RTECS: Listed. TSCA: Listed. EINECS: Listed.
For Benzoyl Peroxide: LDLO Intraperitoneal Mouse: 250 mg/kg. LD50 Oral Rat: 7710 mg/kg.
RTECS: Listed. TSCA: Listed. EINECS: Listed.
For Azo Pigment: LD50 Oral Rat: >10,000 mg/kg. RTECS: Not Listed. TSCA: Listed. El1’4ECS: Listed.
EFFECTS OF OVER EXPOSURE:
For Polymer: OSHA classifies this material as particulates, Not Otherwise Classified. Eye , Skin and Respiratory Tract may be irritated by gross overexosure to Particulates, Not otherwise Classified, no matter how they are generated. Avoid inhalation of dust. Keep dust out of eyes to prevent possible irritation. For decomposition products, Methyl Methacrylate Monomer: Liquid or high vapor concentration ion can irritate eyes, respiratory system and cause skin rashes. Prolongedexposure can lead o headaches, nausea, staggering gait, confusion, drowsiness and unconsciousness.Repeated and prolonged over exposure may cause permanent brain and nervous system damage, allergic skin rashes, eye corrosion and permanent injury, as well as changes in liver and kidney function or damage. Ethyl Methacrylate Monomer: Liquid or high vapor concentration can irritate eyes and respiratory system and cause skin rashes. Mucous membrane irritation and rapid respiration was seer in animals from a single exposure by Inhalation. Toxicity in animals administered lethal oral does include weakness, labored and irregular respiration, drop in arterial blood pressure and coma. Effects in humans include skin irritation with discomfort or allergic skin rashes. Eye contact may cause irritation with discomfort, tearing, or blurring of vision. Inhalation may cause irritation of the respiratory tract with coughing, of nonspecific discomfort, such as nausea, headache arid or weakness. Ingestion may cause anesthetic effects such as dizziness, headache, confusion, in coordination, and loss of consciousness. Symptoms may include burning sensation, coughing, wheezing, laryngitis, shortness of breath, headache, nausea and vomiting, may also cause allergic reaction. For Benzoyl Peroxide: Prolonged skin contact may cause skin irritation, and may cause eye irritation or damage. Dust may cause irritation of the nose, throat, and lungs. May produce mucus weakness upon ingestion. For Azo Pigment: Found to be a non-irritant when tested on the skin and eyes of rabbits.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
INHALATION: remove to fresh air. Get medical help if discomfort persists.
EYES: Flush with water for 15 minutes, including under eyelids. Get medical help if discomfort persists.
SKIN: Wash with soap and water. Get medical help if discomfort persists.
INGESTION: Rinse mouth out with water. Call doctor if amount was large
CLOTHING: Wash thoroughly before reuse.
TREATMENT: Treat symptoms after thorough decontamination.