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OMS, 177108 CANADA INC.

1410 Lakeshore Drive

Dorval, Que. Canada H9s 2E6

 

                                                                                                                                                                                        zero-fog

 

 

 

MSDS for European Standards

 

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

This product is classified as hazardous based on Directive 67/548/EEC (as amended) or Directive 1999/45/EC of the

Commission of the European Communities

 

 

 

ZERO - FOG

(the contents of this substance is 0.5%)

 

 

 

1. Identification of the substance / preparation and the Company

 

1.1 Identification of the substance or preparation:

Synonyms: 1-methylpyrrolidinone, 1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinone, M-pyrol,

1-methylpyrrolidone, NMP, pyrol-M, N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone,

N-pyrrollidinone 

(the contents of this substance in ZeroFog is 0.5%)

 

CAS no. : 000872-50-4

EC index no. : 606-021-00-7 NFPA code : 2-1-0

EINECS no. : 212-828-1 Molecular weight : 99.13

RTECS no. : UY5790000 Formula : C5H9NO

 

1.2 Company/undertaking identification:

OMS, 177108 Canada Inc.
100  Hymus Blvd. Unit J

Pointe Claire, Québec, Canada, H9R 4K3

 

1.3 Telephone number for emergency:

0011 1 703 527 3887

(Can be a Reverse Charge Call by Calling 12550 from Australia)

CHEMTREC (24 Hr Emergency Response Service Provider)

1300 Wilson Blvd.

Arlington, VA 22209

USA

 

2. Composition/information on ingredients

 

Hazardous ingredients :

CAS no. 872-50-4

Conc. in % =  0.01 %

Hazard class. =   Xi

Risks

(R-phrases)  =  36/38

N-methylpyrrolidone 872-50-4 100 Xi 36/38

 

 

3. Hazards identification

Irritating to eyes and skin

 

4. First aid measures

 

4.1 Eye contact:

- Rinse immediately with plenty of water for 15 minutes

- Do not apply neutralizing agents

- Consult a doctor/medical service if irritation persists

 

4.2 Skin contact:

- Wash immediately with lots of water and soap for 15 minutes

- Remove clothing before washing

- Do not apply (chemical) neutralizing agents

- Consult a doctor/medical service if irritation persists

 

4.3 After inhalation:

- Remove the victim into fresh air

- Unconscious: maintain adequate airway and respiration

- Consult a doctor/medical service if breathing problems develop

 

4.4 After ingestion:

- Immediately give lots of water to drink

- Never give water to an unconscious person

- Consult a doctor/medical service if you feel unwell

 

5. Fire-fighting measures

 Non needed

 

5.1 Suitable extinguishing media:

- Water spray

- Alcohol foam

- BC powder

- Carbon dioxide

 

5.2 Unsuitable extinguishing media:

- Solid water jet ineffective as extinguishing medium

 

5.3 Special exposure hazards:

- Material presenting a fire hazard

- On heating/burning: release of toxic and corrosive gases/vapours

(nitrous vapours, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide)

 

5.4 Instructions:

- Cool tanks/drums with water spray/remove them into safety

- Dilute toxic gases with water spray

 

5.5 Special protective equipment for firefighters:

- Heat/fire exposure: compressed air/oxygen apparatus

- Heat/fire exposure: gas-tight suit

 

 

6. Accidental release measures

 

6.1 Personal protection: see 8.3

 

6.2 Environmental precautions:

- Contain leaking substance, pump over in suitable containers

- Plug the leak, cut off the supply

 

6.3 Clean-up:

- Take up liquid spill into inert absorbent material, e.g.: sand, earth,

vermiculite

- Scoop absorbed substance into closing containers

- Clean contaminated surfaces with an excess of water

- Wash clothing and equipment after handling

 

 

7. Handling and storage

 

7.1 Handling:

- Observe normal hygiene standards

- Use earthed equipment

- Handle and open the container with care

- Remove contaminated clothing immediately

- Clean contaminated clothing

 

7.2 Storage:

- Keep container tightly closed

- Store in a cool area

- Store in a dry area

- Keep away from: heat sources, oxidizing agents, reducing agents,     acids, bases. Storage temperature: 2/8 °C

 

7.3 Materials for packaging:

- suitable : steel, stainless steel, nickel, glass

- to avoid : aluminum, synthetic material

 

7.1 Handling:

- Observe normal hygiene standards

- Use earthed equipment

- Handle and open the container with care

- Remove contaminated clothing immediately

- Clean contaminated clothing

 

7.2 Storage:

- Keep container tightly closed

- Store in a cool area

- Store in a dry area

- Keep away from: heat sources, oxidizing agents, reducing agents, acids,bases

 

Storage temperature: 2/8 °C

 

 

7.1 Handling:

- Observe normal hygiene standards

- Use earthed equipment

- Handle and open the container with care

- Remove contaminated clothing immediately

- Clean contaminated clothing

 

7.3 Materials for packaging:

- suitable : steel, stainless steel, nickel, glass

- to avoid : aluminium, synthetic material

 

8. Exposure controls/Personal protection

 

8.1 Recommended engineering controls:

- Work under local exhaust/ventilation

 

Sampling methods:

 

1-Methyl-2-Pyrrolidinone OSHA CSI

 

8.2 Exposure limits:

TLV-TWA : mg/m3 ppm

TLV-STEL : mg/m3 ppm

OES-LTEL : 103 mg/m3 25 ppm

OES-STEL : 309 mg/m3 75 ppm

MAK : 80 d mg/m3 19 d ppm

MAC-TGG 8h : 80 d mg/m3

MAC-TGG 15 min. : mg/m3

VME-8h : mg/m3 ppm

VLE-15 min. : mg/m3 ppm

GWBB-8h : mg/m3 ppm

GWK-15 min. : mg/m3 ppm

d = damp (vapor)

 

 

 

8.3 Personal protection:

 

eye protection:

- Safety glasses

hand protection:

- Gloves

skin protection:

- Protective clothing

materials for protective clothing:

- Butyl rubber

- Polyethylene

respiratory protection:

- High vapour concentration: gas mask with filter A

 

9. Physical and chemical properties

 

9.1 Appearance (at 20°C)                    : Liquid

9.2 Odour                                   : Amine

9.3 Colour                                  : Colourless to lightyellow

9.4 pH value                                : 8/10

9.5 Boiling point/boiling range             : 202 °C

9.6 Melting point/melting range             : -24 °C

9.7 Flashpoint                              : 91 °C

9.8 Auto-ignition point                     : 270 °C

9.9 Explosion limits                        : 1.3/9.5 vol% ( °C)

9.10 Vapour pressure (at 20°C)              : 0.4 hPa

9.11 Relative density (at 20°C)             : 1.0

9.12 Water solubility                       : COMPLETELY

9.13 Soluble in                             : Ethanol, ether, acetone,                                aromatic hydrocarbons, chloroform, ethylacetate

9.14 Relative vapour density                : 3.4

9.15 Saturation concentration               : 1.2 g/m3

9.16 Viscosity                              : 0.0017 Pa.s

 

10. Stability and reactivity

 

10.1 Stability:

- Hygroscopic

- Unstable on exposure to light

 

10.2 Reactivity/Hazardous decomposition products:

- On heating/burning: release of toxic and corrosive gases/vapours nitrous vapours, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide

- Reacts exothermically with (some) acids/bases

- Reacts violently with (strong) oxidizers: (increased) risk of fire/explosion

- Oxidizes slowly on exposure to air: peroxidation resulting in increased fire or explosion risk

 

10.3 Conditions/materials to avoid:

- Heat sources, oxidizing agents, reducing agents, acids, bases

 

 

11. Toxicological information

 

11.1 Acute toxicity:

 

LD50 oral rat : 3914 mg/kg

LD50 dermal rat : 7000 mg/kg

LD50 dermal rabbit : 8000 mg/kg

LC50 inhalation rat : > 5.1 mg/l/4 h

11.2 Chronic toxicity:

EC carc. cat. : not listed

EC muta. cat. : not listed

EC repr. cat. : not listed

Carcinogenicity (TLV) : not listed

Carcinogenicity (MAC) : not listed

Carcinogenicity (VME) : not listed

Carcinogenicity (MEL) : not listed

Carcinogenicity (MAK) : not listed

Mutagenicity (MAK) : not listed

Teratogenicity (MAK) : C

IARC classification : not listed

Obligatory medical control (ARAB-RGPT Art. 124):

group: I number: 23.4

 

11.3 Routes of exposure: ingestion, inhalation, eyes and skin

 

11.4 Acute effects/symptoms:

 

AFTER INHALATION

- Dry/sore throat

- Coughing

 

AFTER INGESTION

- Practically toxic if swallowed

- Nausea

- Vomiting

- Irritation of the gastric/intestinal mucosa

 

AFTER SKIN CONTACT

- Substance is absorbed through the skin

- Non-toxic in contact with skin

- Tingling/irritation of the skin

 

AFTER EYE CONTACT

- Irritation of the eye tissue

 

11.5 Chronic effects

- No teratogenic risk at exposure level lower than MAK value

ON CONTINUOUS/REPEATED EXPOSURE/CONTACT:

- Dry skin

- Swelling of the skin

- Tingling/irritation of the skin 

 

 

12. Ecological information

 

12.1 Mobility:

- Volatile organic compounds (VOC): N.D.

- Slightly volatile

- Soluble in water

 

12.2 Biodegradation:

- soil: T ½ : 2/15 days

BOD5 : 1.07 g O2/g substance

COD : 1.56 g O2/g substance

- water: - Readily biodegradable in water

- test: >90% ,OECD 301E

 

12.3 Bioaccumulation: - log Pow : -0.7/-0.46

- BCF : N.D.

 

12.4 Aquatic toxicity:

- LC50 (96 h) : 3048 mg/l (SALMO GAIRDNERI)

- EC50 (48 h) : 4897 mg/l (DAPHNIA MAGNA)

- EC50 : >500 mg/l (SCENEDESMUS SUBSPICATUS)

 

12.5 Other information:

- WGK: 1 (002)

- Effect on the ozone layer : N.D.

- Waste water purification : Harmless to activated sludge at low

concentration

 

13. Waste disposal considerations

 

13.1 Provisions relating to waste:

- Waste code (EC): N.D.

- Waste material code (Flanders): 015/034

- Waste code (Germany): 55370

- KCA (the Netherlands): category III

- BAGA (Netherlands): C.16

- Hazardous waste (91/689/EC)

 

13.2 Disposal methods:

- Recycle by distillation

- Remove to an authorized waste incinerator for solvents

- Obtain the consent of pollution control authorities before discharging to

wastewater treatment plants

- Do not discharge into surface water

 

14. Transport information

 

14.1 Proper shipping name: N.A.

 

14.2 Transport by road/rail (ADR/RID): N.A.

Danger code: -

Danger labels on tanks : -

on packages : -

 

14.3 Substance identification number (UN number): N.A.

Packing: -

14.4 Maritime transport (IMDG code): N.A.

EMS : -

MFAG : -

Marine pollutant : -

 

14.5 Inland navigation (ADNR): N.A.

 

14.6 Air freight (ICAO) : N.A.

Instruction “passenger” : -

Instruction “cargo” : -

 

14.7 Other information: not restricted for any mode of international transport

Labelling in accordance with EC directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EEC

R36/38 : Irritating to eyes and skin

S(02) : (Keep out of reach of children)

S41 : In case of fire and/or explosion do not breathe fumes

S64 : If swallowed, rinse mouth with water (only if the person is

conscious)

 

15. Regulatory information

 

Labelling in accordance with EC directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EEC

 

R36/38 : Irritating to eyes and skin

S(02) : (Keep out of reach of children)

S41 : In case of fire and/or explosion do not breathe fumes

S64 : If swallowed, rinse mouth with water (only if the person is

conscious)

 

16. Other information

 

and belief at the date of its publication. The information given is designed only as a

guidance for safe handling, use, processing, storage, transportation, disposal and release

and is not to be considered as a warranty or quality specification. The information relates

 

only to the specific material designated and may not be valid for such material used in

combination with any other material or in any process, unless specified in the text.

N.A. = NOT APPLICABLE

N.D. = NOT DETERMINED

* = INTERNAL CLASSIFICATION

 

WGK:

001 : Intern

al classification

002 : Classification in compliance with Verwaltungsvorschrift wassergefährdender Stoffe

(VwVwS) of 17 May 1999

003 : Classification based on R phrases in compliance with Verwaltungsvorschrift

wassergefährdender Stoffe (VwVwS) of 17 May 1999

004 : Classification based on the components in compliance with Verwaltungsvorschrift

wassergefährdender Stoffe (VwVwS) of 17 May 1999

 

Exposure limits:

TLV : Threshold Limit Value - ACGIH USA 1999

OES : Occupational Exposure Standards - United Kingdom 1999

MEL : Maximum Exposure Limits - United Kingdom 1999

MAK : Maximale Arbeitsplatzkonzentrationen - Germany 1999

TRK : Technische Richtkonzentrationen - Germany 1999

MAC : Maximale aanvaarde concentratie - The Netherlands 2000

VME : Valeurs limites de Moyenne d’Exposition - France 1999

VLE : Valeurs limites d’Exposition à court terme - France 1999

GWBB : Grenswaarde beroepsmatige blootstelling - Belgium 1998

GWK : Grenswaarde kortstondige blootstelling - Belgium 1998

 

MSDS established : 15-07-2009

Reference number :

Document number

Revision date :  March 2017

Revision number : A

Reason for revision : every 3 years

 

 

OMS, 177108 CANADA INC.

1410 Lakeshore Drive

Dorval, Que. Canada H9s 2E6