MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

 

SECTION 1:                            MATERIAL INFORMATION AND USE

Material Name:     PROFAUX OPEN-TIME GLAZE; PROFAUX SCUMBLE GLAZE              

Classification:                                                              Not WHMIS CONTROLLED

Material Use:        Decorative Finishes                         WATERBASED PRODUCTS

Manufacturer:   PROFAUX

                          170 WILKINSON RD,

                          BRAMPTON , Ont,

                           L6T 4Z5 Canada

Prepared by R. Fairchild B.A.Sc. Chartered Chemist

24 hr emergency line ‘Canutec( 613 ) 996 6666 ( COLLECT )

 

SECTION 2:                           COMPONENT INFORMATION

Ingredients:

 

CAS, NA or UN number

Acrylic copolymer emulsion

 

Proprietary

Surfactant

 

Proprietary

Water

 

7732 – 18 -5

Coalescing agent

 

25265 – 77 – 4

 

SECTION 3:                           PHYSICAL DATA FOR MATERIAL

PHYSICAL STATE

Liquid

ODOR THRESHOLD

N/D

VAPOR PRESSURE

N/D

VAPOR DENSITY

VOC ASTMD-2359

Zero

EVAPORATION RATE

(N–Butylacetate = 1)

< 1 Water

SPECIFIC GRAVITY

1.6 @ 23oC

BOILING POINT

100 Celsius Degrees Water

 

FREEZING POINT

- 15oC

DENSITY (g/ml)

1.6 @ 23oC

SOLUBILITY IN WATER (g/ml @ 20c)

Miscible

% VOLATILE (v/v)

20% ± 5

pH

8.7 – 8.9

 

SECTION 4:                           FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS

FLAMMABILITY:                 YES: ________          NO: ___x____

 

FLASH POINT:                     95oC (T.O.C.)

 

SECTION 5:                           TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIAL

SKIN ABSORPTION:       No evidence of harmful effects from available information

EYE CONTACT:               May cause irritation

INGESTION:                     May cause irritation of stomach with abdominal discomfort

 

SECTION 6:                           FIRST AID MEASURES

SKIN:                  Flush with running water.

EYE:                    Flush eyes with water.  Contact physician if discomfort persists.

INHALATION:   Move victim to fresh air.  Contact physician if symptoms persist.

INGESTION:       If victim is alert and not convulsing, give ˝ to 1 glass of water to dilute the material.  Do not induce vomiting.  If spontaneous vomiting occurs, have victim lean forward with head down to avoid breathing in of vomit, rinse mouth and administer more water.  Obtain medical attention.

 

SECTION 7:                           TRANSPORT

 

U.S. DEPT. OF TRANSPORT, 49CFR 172.101

SHIPPING NAME N/R         HAZARD CLASS N/R                      PACKING GROUP N/R

LABLING REQUIREMENTS  NONE

MARCH, 2002

Disclaimer

Note To the best of our knowledge, the information herein is accurate. However, neither the above, or supplier, assume any liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained  herein. Final determination for the suitability is the sole responsibility of the user. Although certain hazards are described herein, we cannot guarantee that they are the only ones that exist.