DYNATRON/BONDO CORP -- 264H LIGHTWEIGHT BODY FILLER -- 8010-00F022090
=====================  Product Identification  =====================

Product ID:264H LIGHTWEIGHT BODY FILLER
MSDS Date:04/27/1991
FSC:8010
NIIN:00F022090
MSDS Number: BMNHJ
=== Responsible Party ===
Company Name:DYNATRON/BONDO CORP
Address:3700 ATLANTA INDUSTRIAL PKY NW
City:ATLANTA
State:GA
ZIP:30331-1098
Country:US
Info Phone Num:800-241-3386/404-696-2730
Emergency Phone Num:404-696-2730/800-241-3386
Preparer's Name:S ABDUL RAZZAK
CAGE:16522
=== Contractor Identification ===
Company Name:BONDO/MAR-HYDE CORP
Address:3700 ATLANTA INDUSTRIAL PKWY NW
Box:City:ATLANTA
State:GA
ZIP:30331
Country:US
Phone:404-696-2730
CAGE:16522

=============  Composition/Information on Ingredients  =============

Ingred Name:DIETHYLENE GLYCOL, MALEIC ANHYDRIDE, PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE
    POLYMER	*97-1*
CAS:26123-45-5
Fraction by Wt: <35%

Ingred Name:STYRENE, STYRENE MONOMER  (SUSPECTED ANIMAL/HUMAN
    CARCINOGEN BY IARC GROUP 2B)     *97-1*
CAS:100-42-5
RTECS #:WL3675000
Fraction by Wt: <18%
EPA Rpt Qty:1000 LBS
DOT Rpt Qty:1000 LBS

Ingred Name:TALC (POWDER), (ASBESTOS FREE), TALCUM; HYDROUS MAGNESIUM
    SILICATE   (SUSP ANIMAL CARC BY IARC; NTP)	* 97-1 *
CAS:14807-96-6
RTECS #:WW2710000
Fraction by Wt: <50%
OSHA PEL:2 MG/CUM (RESP DUST)
ACGIH TLV:2 MG/CUM (RESP DUST)

Ingred Name:SODA LIME BOROSILICATE GLASS (AMORPHOUS SILICATE)
Fraction by Wt: <50%

Ingred Name:TITANIUM DIOXIDE, TITANIUM OXIDE  (SUSPECTED ANIMAL
    CARCINOGEN, IARC GROUP 3)	*97-1*
CAS:13463-67-7
RTECS #:XR2275000
Fraction by Wt: <50%
OSHA PEL:15 MG/CUM
ACGIH TLV:10 MG/CUM (DUST)

Ingred Name:VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT: MATERIAL 216 G/L
RTECS #:9999999VO

=====================  Hazards Identification  =====================

Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES  Skin:NO  Ingestion:NO
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:YES    IARC:YES	  OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:EYES: IRRITATION. INHALATION: UPPER
    RESPIRATORY IRRITATION. SKIN: IRRITATION & DERMATITIS. IF
    ECZEMATOUS DEVELOPS, MOST OFTEN OCCURS ON THE BACK OF HANDS, WRISTS
    & FOREARMS.
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:STYRENE IS A SUSPECTED 2B ANIMAL
    CARCINOGEN BY IARC.
Effects of Overexposure:IRRITATION, DRUGGED, SLEEPY, UNCONSCIOUSNESS,
    RASH.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS SUCH AS
    ASTHMA, CHRONIC BRONCHITIS, EMPHYSEMA.

=======================  First Aid Measures  =======================

First Aid:EYES: FLUSH W/PLENTY OF WATER. SKIN: WASH THOROUGHLY W/SOAP &
    WATER. INHALATION: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. GIVE CPR/OXYGEN IF NEEDED.
    INGESTION: DON'T INDUCE VOMITING. OBTAIN MEDICAL ATTENTION IN ALL
    CASES .

=====================  Fire Fighting Measures  =====================

Flash Point Method:TCC
Flash Point:(SEE SUPP)
Lower Limits:1.1
Upper Limits:6.1
Extinguishing Media:CO2, DRY CHEMICAL (SMALL FIRES), FOAM & WATER FOG
    (LARGE FIRES).
Fire Fighting Procedures:VENT SMOKE & USE GAS MASK/REMOTE AIR SUPPLY.
    WEAR A MSHA/NIOSH APPROVED SCBA W/PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:DENSE SMOKE SERIOUSLY LIMITS VISIBILITY.

==================  Accidental Release Measures  ==================

Spill Release Procedures:REMOVE SOURCES OF IGNITION. INCREASE
    VENTILATION TO MAXIMIZE VAPOR DISPERSAL. LARGE SPILL: DIKE TO
    PREVENT RUNOFF INTO SEWERS/WATERWAYS. SHOVEL/WIPE. SWEEP/CLEAN
    W/INERT MATERIAL SUCH AS SAND, VERMICU LITE & PLACE IN CLOSED
    CONTAINER FOR DISPOSAL.

======================	Handling and Storage  ======================

Handling and Storage Precautions:STORE IN A COOL, DRY AREA. DON'T STORE
    IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT. BOND/GROUND CONTAINERS FOR TRANSFER TO PREVENT
    STATIC SPARKS. AVOID CONTACT W/SKIN & EYES.
Other Precautions:STYRENE VAPORS ARE UNINHIBITED & MAY CAUSE BLOCKAGE
    OF VENTILATION VENTS DUE TO POLYMERIZATION. PERIODIC INSPECTION MAY
    BE NECESSARY TO PREVENT BLOCKAGE. AVOID IMPROPER ADDITION OF
    PROMOTERS & OXIDIZI NG AGENTS. AVOID ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT.

=============  Exposure Controls/Personal Protection  =============

Respiratory Protection:USE A NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED ORGANIC VAPOR/DUST
    RESPIRATOR.
Ventilation:LOCAL EXHAUST: CONTROL THE EMISSION OF AIR CONTAMINANTS.
    GENERAL: ASSIST W/THE REDUCTION OF AIR CONTAMINANTS.
Protective Gloves:POLYVINYL ALCOHOL & POLYETHYLENE
Eye Protection:SAFETY GLASSES
Other Protective Equipment:SAFETY SHOWERS & EYE WASH STATIONS
Work Hygienic Practices:REMOVE/LAUNDER CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEFORE
    REUSE. CLEAN HANDS W/SOAP & WATER AFTER EVERY USAGE.
Supplemental Safety and Health
INFORMATION IS FOR STYRENE: FLASH POINT 90F (TCC); BOILING POINT 293F;
    VAPOR DENSITY 3.6.

==================  Physical/Chemical Properties  ==================

Boiling Pt:B.P. Text:(SEE SUPP)
Vapor Density:(SEE SUPP)
Spec Gravity:1.05-1.35
Evaporation Rate & Reference:LESS THAN ETHER
Solubility in Water:NEGLIGIBLE
Appearance and Odor:WHITE PASTE W/STYRENE ODOR.
Percent Volatiles by Volume:18%/WT

=================  Stability and Reactivity Data  =================

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
STRONG ACIDS, PEROXIDES & OTHER OXIDIZING AGENTS.
Stability Condition to Avoid:HEAT, SPARKS, OPEN FLAME, DIRECT
    SUNLIGHT/OTHER SOURCES OF IGNITION.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:CO, CO2, LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT
    HYDROCARBONS & ORGANIC ACIDS.
Conditions to Avoid Polymerization:UNREGULATED CONTACT W/ORGANIC
    PEROXIDES, EXPOSURE TO HEAT, OPEN FLAME, & STORAGE >100F.

====================  Disposal Considerations  ====================

Waste Disposal Methods:DISPOSE OF AS SOLID WASTE IAW/FEDERAL, STATE &
    LOCAL REGULATIONS. IF DISCARDED, THIS MATERIAL & CONTAINERS ARE
    CONSIDERED RCRA HAZARDOUS  WASTES BASED ON THE CHARACTERISTIC OF
    IGNITABILITY.	     .

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