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H.L. Bouton -- Visionaid Rainbow II 

1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

MATERIAL NAME: Visionaid Rainbow II 
COMPANY PRODUCT CODE:LCL211B, LCL211BR, LCL211E, LCL2112, LCL211C, 
                     1LC1760D, LC5000D, LC382D
PREPARED BY: ASR CONSULTANTS LTD. approved by H.L. Bouton Co., Inc.
PHONE NUMBER: (416) 481-0389
DATE PREPARED: January 15, 1997
LAST REVISION DATE: 
Not applicable - first release
MANUFACTURER and SUPPLIER:  H.L. Bouton Co., Inc.
                            11 Kendrick Rd., 
                            Wareham, Massachusetts,  U.S.A., 02571
INFORMATION PHONE NUMBERS:  U.S.A.: (800) 426-1881 (business hours)
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS:    U.S.A.: CHEMTREC (800) 424-9300 (24 hours)
                            Canada: CANUTEC (613) 996-6666 (24 hours)
SIZE: 3.8 L (128 fl. oz.), 
      473 ml (16 fl. oz.), 
      103 ml (3.5 fl. oz.), 
       59 ml (2 fl. oz.)
PRODUCT USE: Lens cleaner
CHEMICAL NAME: Mixture
CHEMICAL FAMILY: Not applicable
SYNONYMS: Not applicable
FORMULA: Not applicable
CLASSIFICATION: WHMIS Class: B3 - Combustible liquid
                WHMIS Class: D2B - Toxic: Eye/Skin Irritant.
SYMBOLS:        Flammable, Corrosive.
RISK PHRASES:   Caution - Combustible liquid.
                Causes eye and skin irritation.

2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS 

HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL NAME: Isopropanol
COMMON NAME:Rubbing alcohol
CAS NO.: 67-63-0
PERCENT: 10%
FORMULA: C3H8O
EXPOSURE LIMITS OF INGREDIENT: 
TLV: 400 ppm (983 mg/M3)
STEV: 500 ppm (1230 mg/M3)
OSHA PEL 400 ppm (983 mg/m3)
LD50: 4420 mg/kg (rat-oral)
12800 mg/kg (rabbit-skin)
LC50: LClo: 12000 ppm/8 hour (rat-inhalation)
LISTS WHICH INCLUDE CHEMICAL:
     NIOSH RTECS #NT8050000
     New Jersey Department of Health Hazardous Substances Fact Sheet 
          - Isopropyl Alcohol Substance No. 1076 Rev.
OTHER: 
Isopropanol is also known as Isopropyl Alcohol, IPA, Sec-Propyl Alcohol, Propan-2-ol, 2-Propanol,
2-Propanol (Isopropanol).  Isopropanol has a flash point of 12 Deg. C (53 Deg. F).  
See Section 5 for flash point of product.

CHEMICAL NAME: Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate
COMMON NAME:SDS
CAS NO.: 151-21-3
PERCENT: 2.5%
FORMULA: C12H25O4S,Na
EXPOSURE LIMITS OF INGREDIENT: Not established
LD50: 1288 mg/kg (rat-oral)
LC50: Not available
LISTS WHICH INCLUDE CHEMICAL:
NIOSH RTECS #WT1050000
OTHER: Not available

NON-HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
CHEMICAL NAME: Hydrogen Hydroxide
COMMON NAME:Water
CAS NO.: 7732-18-5
PERCENT: 87.5%
FORMULA: H2O
EXPOSURE LIMITS OF INGREDIENT: Not established
LD50: 55000 mg/kg (rat-oral)
LC50: Not applicable
LISTS WHICH INCLUDE CHEMICAL:Not applicable
OTHER: Non-hazardous

CHEMICAL NAME:Pylaklor Turquoise Blue S-400
COMMON NAME:
CAS NO.:Not applicable - mixture
PERCENT:approximately 0.0036% (calculated to 3626 ppm)
FORMULA: Not applicable - mixture
EXPOSURE LIMITS OF INGREDIENT: Unknown for mixture, however Direct Blue 86 has an exposure limit of 1
mg/m3 (AS, CU, dust and mists) 
OSHA-PEL TWA/ACGIH
LD50: Greater than 5000 mg/kg oral
LC50: Not available
LISTS WHICH INCLUDE CHEMICAL:Not applicable - mixture
OTHER: This is a mixture which contains:  
              2% Copper cas no. 7440-50-8
           0.39% Direct Blue 86 (Copper phthalocyanine compound) cas no. 1330-38-7
                 Acid Green 25 cas no. 4403-90-1
                 Sodium Sulphate cas no. 7757-82-6
                 Sodium Chloride cas no. 7647-14-5
                 Sodium Carbonate cas no. 497-19-8
This is a controlled product as defined by the Canadian WHMIS, Category D-2-B.  
This contains Copper Compound and Sodium Carbonate which are listed on the IDL, but exist at
concentrations well below reportable concentrations.  

3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION 

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: Combustible liquid, may cause eye or skin irritation.

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:  See SECTION 11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION for background data on the health
hazards presented in this subsection.

INHALATION ROUTE OF ENTRY:YES
SINGLE EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: High levels may cause headache, nausea, dizziness.
REPEATED EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: No longterm effects expected.
LIFETIME EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: No longterm effects expected.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:Headache, nausea, dizziness.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:None expected.

INGESTION ROUTE OF ENTRY:YES
SINGLE EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT:Mildly toxic by ingestion.  
       May cause nausea, headache and vomiting.
REPEATED EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: CNS (Central Nervous System) Depression.
LIFETIME EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: CNS (Central Nervous System) Damage.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE: Nausea, headache, vomiting.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE: None expected.

SKIN CONTACT ROUTE OF ENTRY: YES
SINGLE EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: May cause mild irritations, drying out of skin.  
REPEATED EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause drying out
of skin, irritations and/or dermatitis.
LIFETIME EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause drying out
of skin, irritations and/or dermatitis.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE: Dry skin, irritation.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE: Skin conditions and allergies.

SKIN ABSORPTION ROUTE OF ENTRY: NO
SINGLE EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT:No effects expected.
REPEATED EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT:No effects expected.
LIFETIME EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT:No effects expected.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:None expected.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE: None expected.

EYE CONTACT ROUTE OF ENTRY:YES
SINGLE EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT:
May irritate eyes, cause redness and temporary corneal damage.
REPEATED EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT: 
Corneal thickening leading to scarring from repeated eye contact.
LIFETIME EXPOSURE
SEVERITY, TARGET ORGANS AND TYPE OF EFFECT:
Permanent corneal damage from repeated eye contact.
SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:Irritation, redness.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:None expected.

HAZARDS TO THE ENVIRONMENT:
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS OVERVIEW:
Solutions of alcohols are toxic to aquatic life at moderate to low concentrations.  
Detergents such as SDS (Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate) are aesthetic nuisances and may 
enhance toxicity of other components.

4. FIRST AID MEASURES 

FIRST AID FOR INHALATION: Move to fresh air.  If dizziness persists, consult physician.
FIRST AID FOR INGESTION:  If conscious, induce vomiting and drink two glasses of water.  Seek medical
advice.
FIRST AID FOR SKIN CONTACT: Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
FIRST AID FOR EYE CONTACT:Flush with plenty of water for at least fifteen minutes.  If irritation
persists, consult physician.
FIRST AID EQUIPMENT AND SKILLS REQUIRED ON-SITE: No special equipment required.
ANTIDOTE: None.

NOTE TO PHYSICIAN
DELAYED EFFECTS AND SYMPTOMS DETECTABLE ONLY BY CLINICAL TESTING: Ingestion of large quantities may
cause intoxication followed by severe gastrointestinal pain and upset.
TREATMENT AND DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES: Treat symptomatically.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:  Allergies.
See SECTION 3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION, SUBSECTION POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS for more information.

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES 


  FLAMMABLE PROPERTIES
FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION (29 CFR 1910.1200): 
Combustible liquid.
FLASH POINT AND METHOD:
82 Deg. C (180 Deg. F)
FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR - LOWER:
2.5% (Isopropanol)
FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR - UPPER:
12.0% (Isopropanol)
AUTOFLAMMABILITY AND AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: 
YES
456 Deg. C (852 Deg. F) (Isopropanol)
SENSITIVITY TO STATIC DISCHARGE: 
YES
May be sensitive under some conditions.
SENSITIVITY TO IMPACT: 
NO
Not sensitive.
EXPLOSIVE PROPERTIES:
None
OXIDIZING PROPERTIES:
None
FLAME PROPAGATION OR BURNING RATE:
Not available
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: 
Oxides of carbon (COx)
PROPERTIES THAT MAY INITIATE OR CONTRIBUTE TO FIRE INTENSITY:
Aerosol or fine sprays.
POTENTIAL FOR DUST EXPLOSION:
None.
REACTIONS THAT RELEASE FLAMMABLE GASES, VAPORS OR INVISIBLE VAPORS:
None known.
EXPOSURE HAZARDS FROM RESULTING GASES: 
No special hazards.
FAST OR INTENSELY BURNING CHARACTERISTICS:
None expected.
NONFLAMMABLE FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: 
Closed containers exposed to heat may rupture.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: 
None known.
  EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: 
Alcohol foam, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, water fog.
UNSUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: 
Non-alcohol resistant foams.
  FIRE FIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS TO FIRE FIGHTERS:
Fire-fighters should wear self-contained breathing apparatus when fighting fires.
FIRE FIGHTING PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Self-contained breathing apparatus.
Please note: The minimum protection for all firefighters includes self-contained breathing apparatus
(SCBA) and full 
firefighting turn out gear (Bunker Gear).  See SECTION 8 EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION,
SUBSECTION 
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) for more information.


  6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES 


CONTAINMENT TECHNIQUE:
Prevent from entering waterways and storm sewers.
CLEAN-UP TECHNIQUE:
Contain spill. Cover spill with inert absorbent (absorball, vermiculate).  Using non-sparking tools,
shovel or sweep up into a clean 
container.  Remove from area.  Flush spill area with water.
EVACUATION PROCEDURES:
Follow normal Emergency Response Plan (ERP).
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS, EQUIPMENT AND OTHER EMERGENCY ADVICE:
Risk of spreading an already existing fire.
See SECTION 8 EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION subsection PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE) 
for additional information.
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH SPILLS, LEAKS AND RELEASES:
Not available
See SECTION 15 REGULATORY INFORMATION for additional information.


  7. HANDLING AND STORAGE 


  HANDLING
HANDLING PRACTICES:
Use grounding wires if transferring large quantities.  Keep away from oxidizers, heat and other
ignition sources.  Do not allow to freeze.
HYGIENE RECOMMENDATIONS TO PREVENT CONTINUED EXPOSURE:
Use normal good industrial hygiene practices.
REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH SAFE HANDLING:
Not available
See SECTION 15 REGULATORY INFORMATION for additional information.
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS FOR HANDLING: 
None required.
MEASURES TO PREVENT AEROSOL AND DUST GENERATION AND FIRE: 
Not required.
  STORAGE
CONDITIONS FOR SAFE STORAGE: 
Keep away from oxidizers, heat and other ignition sources.  Do not store in direct sunlight.  Store
in cool, dry well-ventilated area.  Do 
not allow to freeze.
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS FOR STORAGE: 
None required.
STORAGE TEMPERATURE RANGE: 
Below 40 Deg. C (104 Deg. F)
STORAGE HUMIDITY RANGE: 
Not applicable
QUANTITY LIMITS FOR SAFE STORAGE: 
Not applicable
SPECIAL MATERIALS TO BE USED FOR PACKAGING OR CONTAINERS: 
Not applicable


  8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION 


  ENGINEERING CONTROLS
RECOMMENDED ENGINEERING MEASURES AND SPECIAL PROCESS CONDITIONS:
No special measures required.
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS:
General exhaust ventilation is recommended.
See SECTION 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE for additional information.
ANTICIPATED HAZARDS OF NORMAL USE:
Combustibility if exposed to ignition sources and skin irritation.
SPECIFIC BIOLOGICAL CONTROL PARAMETERS: 
Not applicable
RECOMMENDED MONITORING PROCEDURES: 
Keep Isopropanol air concentration below the TLV/TWA.
  PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Please note: Since the preparer does not know the local conditions of use and exposure, PPE
information is generalized, and 
is intended only as a guideline.  Local conditions may warrant a greater degree of protection.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - RESPIRATORY: 
NO
None required.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - GLOVES: 
YES
Rubber or plastic gloves.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - EYES: 
YES
Safety glasses.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT - FOOTWEAR: 
NO
Normal work apparel should be sufficient.
ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OR EQUIPMENT: 
NO
Normal work apparel should be sufficient.
  EXPOSURE GUIDELINES
EXPOSURE LIMIT FOR PRODUCT:
None specifically for this product "see section 2".
Please note: Calculating exposure limits on mixtures requires professional judgement to determine if
the results are 
appropriate to the specific combination of ingredients.  Occasionally certain chemical mixtures
contain components that 
may act upon the same organ system.  The combined health effects may be additive.  See SECTION 2 
COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS for exposure limits of each ingredient if product is a
mixture.


  9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES 


APPEARANCE: 
Clear blue solution.
ODOUR: 
Slight alcoholic odour.
ODOUR THRESHOLD: 
Not available
PHYSICAL STATE: 
Liquid
pH FACTOR: 
Not applicable
VAPOUR PRESSURE: 
20 mmHg at 20 Deg. C (68 Deg. F)
VAPOUR DENSITY: 
1
BOILING POINT: 
93 Deg. C (200 Deg. F)
MELTING POINT: 
- 6 Deg. C (21 Deg. F)
FREEZING POINT: 
- 6 Deg. C (21 Deg. F)
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: 
100%
SOLUBILITY IN OTHER SOLVENTS (SPECIFY SOLVENT): 
Not available
SPECIFIC GRAVITY (RELATIVE DENSITY): 
0.98
HEAT VALUE:
Not available
PARTICLE SIZE:
Not applicable
VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC) CONTENT:
10%
SOFTENING POINT:
Not applicable
EVAPORATION RATE: 
0.99
MISCIBILITY: 
100%
VISCOSITY: 
As for water.
CONDUCTIVITY: 
Slightly higher than water.
BULK DENSITY:
Not applicable
PERCENT VOLATILE BY VOLUME: 
10%
PARTITION CO-EFFICIENT (N OCTANOL/WATER): 
Not available
SATURATED VAPOR CONCENTRATION AND REFERENCE TEMPERATURE:
Not available
MOLECULAR WEIGHT:
Not applicable - mixture
MOLECULAR FORMULA:
Not applicable - mixture
ADDITIONAL CHARACTERISTICS NOT LISTED:
Surface active foaming.


  10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY 


STABILITY OF PRODUCT: 
YES
Stable.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: 
High temperatures, flame and other ignition sources.
INCOMPATIBILITY (MATERIALS TO AVOID): 
Strong oxidizers.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: 
Oxides of carbon (COx).
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS FORMED UPON CONTACT WITH WATER: 
None
DEGRADATION TO UNSTABLE PRODUCTS: 
Will not occur.
PRESENCE OF STABILIZERS: 
NO
None required.
EXOTHERMIC REACTION (POLYMERIZATION): 
NO
Will not occur.
SIGNIFICANCE OF CHANGE IN PHYSICAL APPEARANCE: 
Under severely cold temperatures product may begin to turn cloudy which may degrade its
functionality.
CONDITIONS OF REACTIVITY: 
Do not heat above 80 Deg. C (176 Deg. F).


  11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION 


LD50 OF PRODUCT: 
17423 mg/kg oral-rat (calculated)
LC50 OF PRODUCT: 
Not available
INHALATION ACUTE - ROUTE OF ENTRY AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE:
YES
High levels may cause headache, nausea, dizziness.
INHALATION CHRONIC - ROUTE OF ENTRY AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE:
YES
No longterm effects expected.
INGESTION - ROUTE OF ENTRY AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE:
YES
Mildly toxic by ingestion.  May cause nausea, headache and vomiting.
SKIN CONTACT - ROUTE OF ENTRY AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE:
YES
May cause mild irritations, drying out of skin.  Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause drying
out of skin, irritations and/or 
dermatitis.
SKIN ABSORPTION - ROUTE OF ENTRY AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE:
NO

EYE CONTACT - ROUTE OF ENTRY AND EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE:
YES
May irritate eyes, cause redness and temporary corneal damage.
SUBCHRONIC EFFECTS:
CNS (Central Nervous System) Depression.
IS PRODUCT AN IRRITANT?
YES
Eye and skin irritant.
IS PRODUCT A SENSITIZER?
NO

EVIDENCE OF EPIDEMIOLOGY:
NO

EVIDENCE OF CARCINOGENICITY: 
NO
IARC Group 3, Insufficient Evidence.
EVIDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY: 
NO
Insufficient evidence.
EVIDENCE OF TERATOGENICITY: 
NO

EVIDENCE OF MUTAGENICITY: 
NO

EVIDENCE OF NEUROTOXICITY:
YES
May occur from ingestion of isopropanol.
EVIDENCE OF NARCOSIS: 
YES
May cause severe narcosis if large amounts are ingested.
OTHER STUDIES RELEVANT TO MATERIAL:
None known.
SYNERGISTIC PRODUCTS: 
None known.


  12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION 


  ECOTOXICITY
ACUTE AND LONG-TERM TOXICITY TO FISH AND INVERTEBRATES:
Solutions of alcohols are toxic to aquatic life at moderate to low concentrations.  No longterm
ecological effects are likely.
TOXICITY TO AQUATIC AND TERRESTRIAL PLANTS:
Concentrated solutions of alcohols and surfactants may cause damage to aquatic and terrestrial
plants.
ACUTE AND DIETARY TOXICITY TO BIRDS:
Not expected to be toxic.
TOXICITY TO BENEFICIAL MICROORGANISMS:
Concentrated solutions of alcohols and surfactants have antimicrobial activity.
  ENVIRONMENTAL FATE
PERSISTENCE AND DEGRADATION:
Moderately persistent but is biodegradable over time.
BIOACCUMULATION / BIOCONCENTRATION:
Will not bioaccumulate.
SOIL MOBILITY: 
Similar to water.
  PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL
For additional PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL characteristics see SECTION 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES.
HYDROLYTIC AND PHOTOLYTIC STABILITY:
Stable.


  13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS 


Please note: The advice in this section is given in accordance with the laws that were in effect at
the time.  Laws are 
transient and may change or be reinterpreted.  State/Provincial or Local regulations are complex and
may differ from 
Federal regulations.  This information applies to the material as manufactured; processing, use or
contamination may make 
the information inappropriate, inaccurate or incomplete.  These regulations may also apply to empty
containers, liners and 
rinsate.  Remember that the responsibility for proper waste disposal lies with the owner of the
waste.  See SECTION 15 
REGULATORY INFORMATION for additional regulations.
CLASSIFICATION UNDER APPLICABLE LAWS (RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act), 40CFR 261):
RCRA: Not listed.
IDENTIFICATION (US EPA WASTE NUMBER & DESCRIPTIONS):
Not listed.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: 
Incinerate in an approved incinerator, or landfill.  Consult Federal, State/Provincial and Local
regulations.
DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING: 
No restrictions.
SAFE HANDLING OF RESIDUES: 
Not required.
CAN PACKAGING BE INCINERATED?: 
YES
In an approved incinerator.
CAN PACKAGING BE RECYCLED?: 
YES
Triple rinsed containers may be recycled.
CAN PACKAGING BE RECLAIMED?:
NO

CAN PACKAGING BE LANDFILLED?: 
YES

PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES RELATED TO DISPOSAL OPTIONS:
Not available
For additional PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL characteristics see SECTION 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES.


  14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION 


SPECIAL SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS - WITHIN PREMISES: 
Not regulated.
SPECIAL SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS - OFF PREMISES: 
Not regulated.
DOT CLASSIFICATION/DESCRIPTION:
Not regulated.
TDG CLASSIFICATION/DESCRIPTION:
Not regulated.
CLASSIFICATION/DESCRIPTION UNDER OTHER INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION REGULATIONS:
Not regulated.


  15. REGULATORY INFORMATION 


  U.S. FEDERAL REGULATIONS
OSHA:
This product is classified as an Eye and Skin Irritant under the OSHA Standard classification system.
TSCA (Toxic Substances Control Act):
Ingredients of this product are on the U.S. TSCA.
Export Notification: Isopropanol Export notification required - Section 4
FIFRA (Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, And Rodenticide Act):
Not applicable
CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, And Liability Act):
Not listed.
EPCRA (SARA Title III [Superfund Amendments And Reauthorization Act]):
Not listed.
CAA (Clean Air Act):
Not listed.
CWA (Clean Water Act):
Not listed.
FDA/USDA (Food and Drug Act):
Not applicable
NFPA (National Fire Protection Association):
NFPA Classification Fire=1 (slightly flammable), Health=1 (slightly hazardous), Reactivity=0 (Stable)
0 = Least, 1 = Slight, 2 = Moderate, 3 = High, 4 = Extreme
This information is intended solely for the use of individuals trained in the particular system.
  U.S. STATE REGULATIONS
RIGHT TO KNOW REQUIREMENTS (STATE AND SUBSTANCE):
Florida Hazardous Substances List: Isopropanol
Massachusetts Right-To-Know List: Isopropanol
Minnesota Hazardous Substances LIst: Isopropanol
New Jersey Right-To-Know List: Isopropanol sn 1076
New Jersey Right-To-Know Special Hazardous Substance: Isopropanol (flammable - third degree) {new}
Pennsylvania Right-To-Know LIst: Isopropanol environmental hazard, Listed as: [2-Propanol]
California Director's List of Hazardous Substances: Isopropanol
  CANADIAN REGULATIONS
WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System):
WHMIS Class: B3 - Combustible liquid
WHMIS Class: D2B - Toxic: Eye/Skin Irritant.
CEPA (Canadian Environmental Protection Act) / DSL (Domestic Substances List):
All the ingredients of this product are on the Canadian DSL as required by CEPA.
  INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS
EUROPE:
European Inventory of Existing Commercial Chemical Substances (EINECS)
Council Directive 67/548/EEC of June 1967 as amended by Directive 79/831/EEC
UNITED KINGDOM:
Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Occupational Exposure Standards (OESs) - 1992
Time weighted Average: 400 ppm TWA; 980 mg/m3 TWA
Short Term Exposure Limit: 500 ppm STEL; 1225 mg/m3 STEL
Skin Absorption/Sensitization: can be absorbed through the skin.
Listed in United Kingdom OESs: [Propan-2-ol]
JAPAN:
Chemical Substance Control Law (MITI)
AUSTRALIA:
This information applies to Isopropanol only:
National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (NOHSC) Exposure Standards For Atmospheric
Contaminants In The Occupational 
Environment - 1991
Time Weighted Average/Peak Limitation: 400 ppm TWA; 983 mg/m3 TWA
Short Term Exposure Limit: 500 ppm STEL; 1230 mg/m3 STEL
Exposure Standard Under Review: exposure limits under review
GERMANY:
This information applies to Isopropanol only:
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) Maximum Concentrations at The Workplace (MAK) and Biological
Tolerance Values for 
Working Materials (BAT) - 1993
MAK Value: 400 ppm MAK; 980 mg/m3 MAK
Peak Limitation: 2x normal MAK (30 min. average value); don't exceed 4 times during shift
Embryotoxicity/Fetotoxicity: classification not yet possible.
Embryotoxicity/Fetotoxicity: classification not yet possible.
ISRAEL:
This information applies to Isopropanol only:
Occupational Exposure LImits For Chemical Substances - 1990
Time Weighted Average: 400 ppm TWA; 983 mg/m3 TWA
Short Term Exposure Limit: 500 ppm STEL; 1230 mg/m3 STEL
Action Level: 200 ppm AL; 491.5 mg/m3 AL
MEXICO:
This information applies to Isopropanol only:
Secretariat of Labour and Social Welfare Instruction No. 10 Permissible Concentrations - 1992
Time Weighted Average: 400 ppm TWA; 980 mg/m3 TWA {new}
Short Term Exposure Limit: 500 ppm STEL; 1225 mg/m3 {new}
Skin Designation: skin - potential for cutaneous absorption {new}
OTHER INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS:
Not available


  16. OTHER INFORMATION 


REVISIONS (GIVE DATE AND SPECIFY CHANGES):
Not applicable - first release
HAZARD RATINGS:
HMIS Classification: Fire=1 (slightly flammable), Health=1 (slightly hazardous), Reactivity=0
(stable), Personal Protection=b
0 = Least, 1 = Slight, 2 = Moderate, 3 = High, 4 = Extreme
This information is intended solely for the use of individuals trained in the particular system.
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: 
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System training is required for handling and using this
product in Canadian Workplaces.  
U.S. OSHA requirements for handling chemical substances must be in place for handling and using this
product in the United States.
RECOMMENDED USES AND RESTRICTIONS: 
Cleaning of clear surfaces.  Check for compatibility with material to be cleaned prior to use.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 
Keep out of reach of children.
DISCLAIMER: 
This information is furnished without warranty, representation, or license of any kind, except that
it is accurate to the best of H.L. 
BOUTON CO., INC.'s knowledge, or obtained from sources believed to be accurate.  H.L. BOUTON CO.,
INC. does not assume any legal 
responsibility for use or reliance upon the same.  Customers are encouraged to conduct their own
tests and investigations.  Before using 
the product, please read and understand the label and the Material Safety Data Sheet.
REFERENCES:
1. The Regulation Respecting the Control of Biological and Chemical Agents made under Occupational
Health and Safety Act, Ont. Reg. 
654/86.
2. International Agency for Research on Cancer, Monographs Evaluation for Carcinogenic Risk in
Humans.
3. Text entitled "Dangerous Properties of Industrial Chemicals" by Sax, N.I.
4. The "Documentation of the Threshold Limit Values and Biological Exposure Indices" by the American
Conference of Governmental 
Industrial Hygienists.
5. The Merck Index, An Encyclopedia of Chemicals.
6. The CCINFO System, Canadian Centre of Occupational Health and Safety.
7. RTECS database by the U.S. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
8. New Jersey Department of Health Hazardous Substances Fact Sheet.
9. Canadian Environmental Protection Act, New Substances Notification Regulations - Domestic
Substances List.
10. Original Supplier MSDS.
OTHER RELATED MANUFACTURER'S BROCHURES:
Not available
KEY/LEGEND:
Not available - means that the information for that field could not be obtained.
Not applicable - means that the field in question does not pertain to this particular product due to
the inherent nature of the product.
LABEL INFORMATION:
VISIONAID RAINBOW II 
87.5% Water CAS #7732-18-5
10% Isopropyl alcohol CAS #67-63-0
2.5% Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate CAS #151-21-3
TRACE Copper CAS #7440-50-8
TRACE Direct Blue 86 (Copper phthalocyanine compound) CAS #1330-38-7
TRACE Acid Green 25 CAS #4403-90-1
TRACE Sodium Sulfate CAS #7757-82-6
TRACE Sodium Chloride CAS #7647-14-5
TRACE Sodium Carbonate CAS #497-19-8
Caution - combustible liquid.
Caution - Causes eye and skin irritation.
Harmful if swallowed.
Contains Isopropanol.
Keep away from open flame and heat.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Do not drink.
Use with adequate ventilation.
 
See Material Safety Data Sheet for additional information.
H.L. BOUTON COMPANY, INC.
11 Kendrick Rd., Wareham, 
Massachusetts,
U.S.A., 02571
 



 

 

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