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10129 - ADAMS ELEVATOR HYD. OIL HD 46

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ADAMS ELEVATOR HYD. OIL HD 46

1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

TRADE NAME:

ADAMS ELEVATOR HYD. OIL HD 46

PART No.:

APO46GC

APPLICATIONS:

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE:

SUPPLIER:

TELEPHONE: FAX:

Hydraulic Oil

Info Trac - (800) 535-5053

Chemtool Incorporated 8200 Ridgefield Road P.O. Box 538 Crystal Lake, IL 60039-0538

  • (815)

    459-1250

  • (815)

    459-1955

2. COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

INGREDIENT NAME: DISTILLATES, PETROLEUM, HYDROTREATED HEAVY PARAFFINIC

CAS No.: 64742-54-7

CONTENTS :

EPA RQ:

70-100 %

N/A

TPQ: N/A

COMPOSITION COMMENTS:

Refer to section eight for exposure limits on ingredients. Exposure limits regulated as a mist. Chemical ingredients not regulated by OSHA or SARA are treated confidentially.

3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Exposure to vapors generated at high temperatures, may cause respiratory irritation. Concentrate may cause irritation to eyes and skin. Not regarded as a health hazard under current legislation.

CHRONIC EFFECTS: SENSITIZATION: No known information.

CARCINOGENICITY: NTP: Not listed. IARC: Not listed. OSHA: Not regulated.

  • *

    IARC (International Agency for Research on Cancer)

*OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration)

  • *

    NTP (National Toxicology Program)

REPRODUCTION/TERATOGENICITY: No data avilable to indicate product or any components contained at greater than 0.1% may cause birth defects.

HEALTH WARNINGS: INHALATION. Oil mist can irritate airways and lungs. Heating can generate vapors that may cause respiratory irritation, nausea and headaches. Inhalation hazard at room temperature is unlikely due to the low volatility of this product. SKIN CONTACT. Slightly irritating. Repeated or prolonged contact can result in drying of the skin. EYE CONTACT. Irritating. May cause slight eye irritation. May cause very slight transient (temporary) corneal injury. INGESTION. Can cause stomach ache and vomiting. Main hazard, if ingested, is aspiration into the lungs and subsequent pneumonitis.

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