OCTEL AMERICA INC              -- STADIS 450 CONDUCTIVITY IMPROVER             
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MSDS Safety Information 
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FSC: 6850
NIIN: 01-099-4015
MSDS Date: 03/11/1999
MSDS Num: CJNMQ
Product ID: STADIS 450 CONDUCTIVITY IMPROVER
MFN: 02
Responsible Party
Cage: 02SG7
Name: OCTEL AMERICA INC
Address: 8375 S WILLOW STREET
City: LITTLETON CO 80124
Info Phone Number: 800-441-9547
Emergency Phone Number: 800-441-9547
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Item Description Information 
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Item Manager: S9G
Item Name: ANTISTATIC ADDITIVE,AVIATION TURBINE FUEL
Specification Number: NONE
Type/Grade/Class: NONE
Unit of Issue: CN
Quantitative Expression: 00000000005GL
UI Container Qty: 0
Type of Container: CAN
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Ingredients 
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Name: *** PROPRIETARY  ***
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Health Hazards Data 
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LD50 LC50 Mixture: LD50 (ORAL, RAT) 5,580 MG/KG (TOLUENE)
Carcinogenicity Inds - NTP: YES
IARC: YES
OSHA: YES
Effects of Exposure: TARGET ORGANS: EYES, SKIN, RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, LIVER,
  KIDNEYS, CNS (). POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS  SKIN CONTACT MAY CAUSE IRRITATION,
  DEFATTING, DISCOMFORT, RASH. SIGNIFICANT PERMEATION APPEARS UNLI KELY. EYE
  CONTACT MAY CAUSE IRRITATION,DISCOMFORT, TEARING, OR BLURRING VISION.
  INHALATION MAY CAUSE IRRITATION, COUGHING, DISCOMFORT, SEVERE SHORTNESS OF
  BREATH, NAUSEA, HEADACHE, WEAKNESS OR TEMPORA RY NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION
  WITH ANESTHETIC EFFECTS SUCH AS DIZZINESS, CONFUSION, UNCONSCIOUSNESS.
  INGESTION MAY CAUSE HEART BURN, PAIN, NAUSEA, VOMITING. ASPIRATION HAZARD.
  HIGHER/PROLONGED EXPOSURE S MAY CAUSE LIVER AND KIDNEY EFFECTS.
Explanation Of Carcinogenicity: CONTAINS BENZENE.
Signs And Symptions Of Overexposure: SKIN CONTACT MAY CAUSE IRRITATION,
  DEFATTING, DISCOMFORT, RASH. EYE CONTACT MAY CAUSE IRRITATION, DISCOMFORT,
  TEARING, OR BLURRING VISION. INHALATION MAY CAUSE IRRITATION, COUGHING,
  DISCOMFORT, SEVERE  SHORTNESS OF BREATH, NAUSEA, HEADACHE,WEAKNESS OR
  TEMPORARY NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION WITH ANESTHETIC EFFECTS SUCH AS
  DIZZINESS, CONFUSION, INCOORDINATION, UNCONSCIOUSNESS. INGESTION MAY CAUSE GI
  TRA CT IRRITATION, HEART BURN, ABDOMINAL PAIN, NAUSEA, VOMITING. ASPIRATION
  INTO THE LUNGS MAY CAUSE COUGHING, GASPING, CHOCKING, SHORTNESS OF BREATH,
  BLUISH DISCOLORATION OF THE SKIN, RAPID BREATHING AND  HEART RATE AND FEVER.
Medical Cond Aggravated By Exposure: INDIVIDUALS WITH PRE-EXISTING DISEASES OF
  THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM, BONE MARROW, LIVER OR
  KIDNEYS MAY HAVE INCREASED SUSCEPTIBILITY TO THE TOXICITY OF EXCESSIVE
  EXPOSURES.
First Aid: INHALATION: IF INHALED, REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF NOT BREATHING, GIVE
  ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, GIVE OXYGEN. CALL A
  PHYSICIAN. EYE CONTACT: IN CASE OF CONTACT, IMMEDIATELY FLUSH  EYES WITH
  PLENTY OF  WATER FOR AT LEAST15 MINUTES. CALL A PHYSICIAN. SKIN CONTACT:
  FLUSH SKIN WITH WATER AFTER CONTACT. WASH CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEFORE REUSE.
  INGESTION: IF SWALLOWED, DO NOT INDUCE  VOMITING. IMMEDIATELY GIVE 2 GLASSES
  OF WATER. NEVER GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TOAN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON. CALL A
  PHYSICIAN.
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Handling and Disposal
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Spill Release Procedures: REVIEW FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES AND HANDLING SECTIONS
  BEFORE CLEAN-UP. USE APPROPRIATE PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. ELIMINATE ALL
  SOURCES OF IGNITION. DIKE SPILL. PREVENT MATERIAL FROM ENTERING SEWERS ,
  WATERWAYS OR LOW AREAS. SOAK UP WITH SAWDUST, SAND, OIL DRY OR OTHER
  ABSORBENT MATERIAL (: NON-FLAMMABLE). A RELEASE OF 100 LBS MAY TRIGGER
  REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF CERCLA SECTION 103.
Neutralizing Agent: NONE SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER.
Waste Disposal Methods: TREATMENT, STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION OR DISPOSAL MUST BE
  IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE FEDERAL, STATE	AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. DO NOT
  FLUSH TO SURFACE WATER OR SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM. THIS MATERIAL MAY BE  A RCRA
  REGULATED HAZARDOUS WASTE UPON DISPOSAL DUE TO THE IGNITABILITY
  CHARACTERISTIC.
Handling And Storage Precautions: STORE IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA. KEEP
  CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED. GROUND CONTAINER WHEN POURING. KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT,
  SPARKS AND FLAMES. USE OF NON-SPARKING AND EXPLOSION-PROOF EQUIPMENT MAY BE
  NECESSAR Y DEPENDING ON TYPE OF OPERATION.
Other Precautions: AVOID BREATHING VAPORS OR MIST. AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES,
  SKIN, OR CLOTHING. DO NOT BREATHE VAPORS. WASH THOROUGHLY AFTER HANDLING.
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Fire and Explosion Hazard Information 
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Flash Point Method: PMCC
Flash Point: =5.6C, 42.F
Autoignition Temp: =440.C, 824.F
Autoignition Temp Text: ESTIMA
Lower Limits: NOT GIVEN
Upper Limits: NOT GIVEN
Extinguishing Media: WATER SPRAY, CO2, FOAM, DRY CHEMICAL. WATER MAY BE
  INEFFECTIVE FOR FIGHTING FIRE, HOWEVER WATER SPRAY MAY BE USED TO ABSORB MUCH
  OF THE HEAT AND TO COOL FIRE EXPOSED CONTAINERS.
Fire Fighting Procedures: EVACUATE PERSONNEL TO SAFE AREA. WEAR SELF-CONTAINED
  BREATHING APPARATUS. WEAR FULL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. COOL TANK/CONTAINER WITH
  WATER SPRAY.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard: FLAMMABLE LIQUID. VAPOR FORMS EXPLOSIVE MIXTURE
  WITH AIR.
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Control Measures 
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Respiratory Protection: WHERE THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR AIRBORNE EXPOSURE, WEAR
  NIOSH-APPROVED RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.
Ventilation: KEEP CONTAINER TIGHTLY CLOSED. USE SUFFICIENT VENTILATION TO KEEP
  EMPLOYEE EXPOSURE BELOW RECOMMENDED LIMITS.
Protective Gloves: IMPERVIOUS GLOVES
Eye Protection: SAFETY GLASSES/CHEMICAL SPLASH GOGGLES
Other Protective Equipment: SAFETY SHOWER AND EYE WASH FOUNTAIN SHOULD BE
  LOCATED NEARBY. WEAR APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR RISK OF EXPOSURE.
Work Hygienic Practices: OBSERVE GOOD INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE PRACTICES AND
  RECOMMENDED PROCEDURES. WASH THOROUGHLY BEFORE EATING OR DRINKING.
Supplemental Safety and Health: NONE
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Physical/Chemical Properties 
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HCC: F2
Boiling Point: =90.C, 194.F
B.P. Text: IBP
Vapor Pres: NOT GIVEN
Vapor Density: NOT GIVEN
Spec Gravity: 0.92
Evaporation Rate & Reference: >1 (BUTYL ACETATE=1)
Solubility in Water: SLIGHT
Appearance and Odor: CLEAR DARK AMBER LIQUID, TOLUENE ODOR
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Reactivity Data 
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Stability Indicator: YES
Stability Condition To Avoid: HIGH HEAT, SPARKS, FLAME, OTHER SOURCES OF
  IGNITION ()
Materials To Avoid: NONE REASONABLY FORESEEABLE.
Hazardous Decomposition Products: SULFUR DIOXIDE (SO2)
Hazardous Polymerization Indicator: NO
Conditions To Avoid Polymerization: NONE. WILL NOT OCCUR.
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Toxicological Information 
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Toxicological Information: ANIMAL DATA: TOLUENE: INHALATION 4 HR ALC: 4,000 PPM
  IN RATS. SKIN ABSORPTION LD50: 12,124 MG/KG IN RABBITS. ORAL LD50: 5,580
  MG/KG IN RATS. ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL: ORAL LD50: 4,700 MG/KG IN RATS. INHALATI ON
  4 HR LC50: 16,000 PPM IN RATS. SKINABSORPTION LD50: 12,900 MG/KG. AROMTAIC
  150: INHALATION 6 HR LC50: >11.67 MG/L IN RATS. SKIN ABSORPTION LD50:
  >3,160 MG/KG IN RABBITS.
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Ecological Information 
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Ecological: 96 HOUR LC50, FATHEAD MINNOWS: 12 MG/L
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MSDS Transport Information 
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Transport Information: DOT PROPER SHIPPING NAME: FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S.
  (CONTAINS TOLUENE & ISOPROPANOL); HAZARD CLASS: 3; UN ID#: UN1993;
  PACKING GROUP II; DOT LABEL: FLAMMABLE LIQUID. IMO PROPER SHIPPING NAME:
  FLAMMABLE  LIQUID, N.O.S. (CONTAINS TOLUENE & ISOPROPANOL); HAZARD CLASS:
  3.2; UN ID#: UN1993; PACKING GROUP II; LABEL: FLAMMABLE LIQUID. SPECIAL
  INFORMATION: FLASH POINT: 6C (42F). SHIPPING CONTAINERS: UN1A1/Y /100
  (PHENOLIC LINED). REPORTABLE QUANTITY: 1000 LB TOLUENE.
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Regulatory Information 
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Sara Title III Information: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING CHEMICALS
  SUBJECT TO THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 313 OF TITLE III OF THE
  SUPERFUND AMENDMENTS AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT (SARA) OF 1986 AND 40 CFR PART
  372:	 TOLUENE, NAPHTHALENE.	SECTION 311/312:ACUTE - YES, CHRONIC - NO,
  FIRE: YES, REACTIVITY: NO, PRESSURE: NO.
Federal Regulatory Information: TSCA INVENTORY STATUS: REPORTED/INCLUDED.
State Regulatory Information: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS TRACE QUANTITIES (<600
  PPM) OF BENZENE, A CHEMICAL KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER.
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Other Information 
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Other Information: NOTE TO PHYSICIAN: ACTIVATED CHARCOAL MIXTURE MAY BE
  ADMINSTERED. TO PREPARE THE MIXTURE, SUSPEND 50 GRAMS ACTIVATED CHARCOAL IN
  400 ML WATER AND MIX THOROUGHLY. ADMINISTER 5 ML/KG OR 350 ML FOR AN AV ERAGE
  ADULT. BECAUSE OF THE DANGER OF ASPIRATION, EMESIS OR GASTRIC LAVAGE SHOULD
  BE EMPLOYED UNLESS RISK IS JUSTIFIED BY PRESENCE OF ADDITIONAL TOXIC
  SUBSTANCES. ACTIVATED CHARCOAL MAY INDUCE VOMITIN G, BUT MAY BE GIVEN AFTER
  EMESIS OR LAVAGE TO ABSORB TOXIC ADDITIVES. BECAUSEOF POSSIBLE INCREASED RISK
  OF ELICITING CARDIAC DYSRHYTHMIAS, CATECHOLAMINE DRUGS SHOULD BE USED WITH
  SPECIAL CAUTION IN SI TUATION OF EMERGENCY LIFE SUPPORT.
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Transportation Information 
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Responsible Party Cage: 02SG7
Trans ID NO: 148915
Product ID: STADIS 450 CONDUCTIVITY IMPROVER
MSDS Prepared Date: 03/11/1999
Review Date: 10/30/1999
MFN: 2
Tech Entry NOS Shipping Nm: CONTAINS TOLUENE AND ISOPROPANOL
Net Unit Weight: 38.3LBS CAN
Multiple KIT Number: 0
Unit Of Issue: CN
Container QTY: 0
Type Of Container: CAN
Additional Data: DOT, IMO PROPER SHIPPING NAME, UN ID NUMBER, HAZARD CLASS AND
  PACKING GROUP, PER MSDS. DOT/LABEL: FL AMMABLE LIQUID. SHIPPING CONTAINERS
  STEEL DRUMS: UN1A1/Y/100 (PHENOLIC LINED). REPORTABLE QUANTITY: 1000 LB
  TOLUENE. CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY.
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Detail DOT Information 
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DOT PSN Code: GJJ
Symbols: G
DOT Proper Shipping Name: FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, N.O.S.
Hazard Class: 3
UN ID Num: UN1993
DOT Packaging Group: II
Label: FLAMMABLE LIQUID
Special Provision: T8,T31
Non Bulk Pack: 202
Bulk Pack: 242
Max Qty Pass: 5L
Max Qty Cargo: 60 L
Vessel Stow Req: B
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Detail IMO Information 
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IMO PSN Code: HIN
IMO Proper Shipping Name: FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. o
IMDG Page Number: 3230
UN Number: 1993
UN Hazard Class: 3.2
IMO Packaging Group: I/II
Subsidiary Risk Label: -
EMS Number: 3-07
MED First Aid Guide NUM: T
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Detail IATA Information 
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IATA PSN BV
IATA UN ID Num: 1993
IATA Proper Shipping Name: FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. *
IATA UN Class: 3
IATA Label: FLAMMABLE LIQUID
UN Packing Group: II
Packing Note Passenger: 305
Max Quant Pass: 5L
Max Quant Cargo: 60L
Packaging Note Cargo: 307
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Detail AFI Information 
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AFI PSN BV
AFI Symbols: *
AFI Proper Shipping Name: FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS, N.O.S.
AFI Hazard Class: 3
AFI UN ID NUM: UN1993
AFI Packing Group: II
Special Provisions: P5
Back Pack Reference: A7.3
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HAZCOM Label 
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Product ID: STADIS 450 CONDUCTIVITY IMPROVER
Cage: 02SG7
Company Name: OCTEL AMERICA INC
Street: 200 EXECUTIVE DR
City: NEWARK DE
Zipcode: 19702
Health Emergency Phone: 800-441-9547
Label Required IND: Y
Date Of Label Review: 09/30/1999
Status Code: C
Label Date: 03/11/1999
Year Procured: 1999
Origination 
Eye Protection IND: YES
Skin Protection IND: YES
Signal Word: DANGER
Respiratory Protection IND: NO
Health Hazard: Moderate
Contact Hazard: Slight
Fire Hazard: Severe
Reactivity Hazard: None
Hazard And Precautions: TARGET ORGANS: EYES, SKIN, RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, LIVER,
  KIDNEYS, CNS (). WARNING: FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. CAUSES EYE, SKIN AND
  RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. MAY CAUSE NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS SUCH  AS
  DIZZINESS, NAUSEA, HEADACHE.	MAY CAUSE LIVER AND KIDNEY EFFECTS. KEEP AWAY
  FROM HEAT, SPARKS AND FLAME. FIRST AID: IF INHALED, REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF
  NOT BREATHING, GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION.  IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, GIVE
  OXYGEN. CALL A PHYSICIAN. EYE CONTACT: IMMEDIATELY FLUSH WITH WATER FOR AT
  LEAST 15 MINUTES. CALL A PHYSICIAN. IF SWALLOWED, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.
  IMMEDIATELY GIVE 2  GLASSES OF WATER. CALL A PHYSICIAN.
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