OLD WORLD INDUSTRIES INC -- FULLFORCE ANTIFREEZE & COOLANT -- 6850-01-441-3223
=====================  Product Identification  =====================

Product ID:FULLFORCE ANTIFREEZE & COOLANT
MSDS Date:05/12/2000
FSC:6850
NIIN:01-441-3223
Status Code:A
MSDS Number: CKZKL
=== Responsible Party ===
Company Name:OLD WORLD INDUSTRIES INC
Address:4065 COMMERCIAL AVE
City:NORTHBROOK
State:IL
ZIP:60062-1851
Country:US
Info Phone Num:847-559-2000/2116
Emergency Phone Num:(800)424-9300
Chemtrec Ind/Phone:(800)424-9300
CAGE:0U3B1
=== Contractor Identification ===
Company Name:LEADER AUTOMOTIVE
Address:6853 W 60TH PL
Box:UNKNOW
City:CHICAGO
State:IL
ZIP:60638-4033
Country:US
Phone:847-559-2000
Contract Num:SPO450-01-M-D768
CAGE:06XY2
Company Name:OLD WORLD INDUSTRIES INC
Address:4065 COMMERCIAL AVE
Box:City:NORTHBROOK
State:IL
ZIP:60062-1851
Country:US
Phone:847-559-2000/2116/FAX: 847-559-2173
CAGE:0U3B1

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

Ingred Name:ETHYLENE GLYCOL
CAS:107-21-1
RTECS #:KW2975000
Minumum % Wt:90.
Maxumum % Wt:95.
OSHA PEL:50 PPM
ACGIH STEL:C127 MG/M3;C50 PPM
EPA Rpt Qty:1 LB
DOT Rpt Qty:1 LB

Ingred Name:DIETHYLENE GLYCOL
CAS:111-46-6
RTECS #:ID5950000
Minumum % Wt:0.
Maxumum % Wt:5.
OSHA PEL:NONE
ACGIH TLV:NONE

Ingred Name:DI POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE
CAS:7758-11-4
Minumum % Wt:1.
Maxumum % Wt:2.
OSHA PEL:NONE
ACGIH TLV:NONE

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

LD50 LC50 Mixture:ORAL LD50 RAT: 6000-13000 MG/KG RANGE
Routes of Entry: Inhalation:YES  Skin:YES  Ingestion:YES
Reports of Carcinogenicity:NTP:NO    IARC:NO	OSHA:NO
Health Hazards Acute and Chronic:EYE:MAY CAUSE SLIGHT TRANSIENT
    IRRITATION. CORNEAL INJURY UNLIKELY. VAPOR OR MISTS MAY CAUSE
    IRRITATION. SKIN:PROLONGED OR REPEATED EXPOSURE IS NOT LIKELY TO
    CAUSE SIGNIFIGANT IRRITATION. REPEATED EXP OSURE MAY RESULT IN
    ABSORPTION OF HARMFUL AMOUNTS.MASSIVE CONTACT WITH DAMAGED SKIN MAY
    RESULT IN ABSORPTION OF POTENTIAL LETHAL
    AMOUNTS.INGESTION:EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE MAY CAUSE CNS
    EFFECTS,CARDIOPULMON ARY EFFECTS & KIDNEY FAILURE.SMALL AMOUNTS
    SWALLOWED INCIDENTAL TO HANDLING ARE NOT LIKELY TO INJURE;LARGE
    AMOUNTS MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.INHALED:HIGH TEMPERATURES
    MAY GENERATE VAPOR LEVELS  SUFFICIENT TO CAUSE ADVERSE EFFECTS
Explanation of Carcinogenicity:BASED ON DATA FROM LONG-TERM ANIMAL
    STUDIES, ETHYLENE GLYCOL IS NOT BELIEVED TO POSE A CARCINOGENIC
    RISK TO MAN.
Effects of Overexposure:EYES: IRRITATION. INGESTION: CNS EFFECTS,
    CARDIOPULMONARY EFFECTS, KIDNEY FAILURE.
Medical Cond Aggravated by Exposure:NO DATA PROVIDED BY MANUFACTURER

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

First Aid:EYE CONTACT: FLUSH EYES WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER UNTYIL
    IRRITATIOLN SUBSIDES. IF IRRITATION PERSISTS, GET MEDICAL
    ATTENTION. SKIN CONTACT: FLUSH WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF  WATER USE
    SOAP IF AVAILABLE.	REMOVE GROSSLY CONTAMINATED CLOTHING, INCLUDING
    SHOES, AND LAUNDER BEFORE REUSE. INHALATION: USING PROPER
    RESPIRATORY PROTECTION, IMMEDIATELY REMOVE THE AFFECTED VICTIM FROM
    EXPOSURE. ADMINISTER ARTIF ICIAL RESPIRATION IF BREATHING IS
    STOPPED. KEEP AT REST. CALL FOR PROMPT MEDICAL ATTENTION.
    INGESTION: IF SWALLOWED, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. KEEP AT REST. GET
    PROMPT MEDICAL ATTENTION.

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

Flash Point Method:SCC
Flash Point:=119.C, 246.2F
Autoignition Temp:=398.C, 748.4F
Lower Limits:3.2%
Upper Limits:22%
Extinguishing Media:WATER FOG OR FINE SPRAY. ALCOHOL RESISTANT FOAMS
    (ATC TYPE) ARE PREFERRED IF AVAILABLE. GENERAL PURPOSE SYNTHETIC
    FOAMS OR PROTEIN FOAMS MAY FUNCTION, BUT MUCH LESS EFEFCTIVELY.
Fire Fighting Procedures:KEEP PEOLE AWAY. ISOLATE FIRE AREA AND DENY
    UNNECESSARY ENTRY. WEAR POSITIVE-PRESSURE, SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING
    APPARATUS (SCBA) AND PROTECTIVE FIRE FIGHTING CLOTHING (INCLUDES
    FIRE-FIGHTING HELMET, C OAT, PANTS, BOOTS AND GLOVES).
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard:NO FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS EXPECTED
    UNDER NORMAL STORAGE AND HANDLING CONDITIONS (I.E. AMLENT
    TEMPERATURES). HOWEVER, ETHYLENE GLYCOL OR SOLUTIONS OF ETHYLENE
    GLYCOL AND WATER CAN FORM FLAMMABLE VA PORS WITH AIR IF HEATED
    SUFFICENTLY.

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

Spill Release Procedures:ELIMINATE SOURCES OF IGNITION. PREVENT
    ADDITIONAL DISCHARGE OF MATERIAL, IF POSSIBLE TO DO SO WITHOUT
    HAZARD. FOR SMALL SPILLS IMPLEMENT CLEANUP PROCEDURES; FOR LARGE
    SPILLS IMPLEMENT CLEANUP PROCEDUR ES AND, IF IN PUBLIC AREA, KEEP
    PUBLIC AWAY AND ADVISE AUTHORITIES. ALSO, IF THIS PRODUCT IS
    SUBJECT TO CERCLA REPORTING (SEE REGULATORY INFORMATION) NOTIFY THE
    NATIONAL RESPONSE CENTER.
Neutralizing Agent:NO DATA PROVIDED BY MANUFACTURER

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

Handling and Storage Precautions:PRODUCT ON SURFACES CAN CAUSE SLIPPERY
    CONDITIONS. PRACTICE REASONABLE CARE AND CLEANLINESS. AVOID
    BREATHING SPRAY MISTS IF GENERATED. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
    PRODUCT MAY BECOME SOLID AT TEMPER ATURES BELOW 18C(0F). DO NOT
    STORE NEAR FOOD, FOODSTUFFS, DRUGS OR POTABLE WATER.
Other Precautions:KEEP CONTAINER CLOSED. HANDLE AND OPEN CONTAINERS
    WITH CARE. STORE IN A COOL, WELL VENTILATED PLACE AWAY FROM
    INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS.

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

Respiratory Protection:RESPIRATORY PROTECTION IS REQUIRED IF AIRBORNE
    EXCEEDS TLV. AT ANY DETECTABLE CONCENTRATION, ANYT SELF-CONTAINED
    BREATHING APPARATUS WITH A FULL FACEPIECE AND OPERATED IN A
    PRESSURE-DEMAND OIR OTHER P OSITIVE PRESSURE MODE OR ANY
    SUPPLIED-AIR RESPIRATOR WITH A FULL FACEPIECE AND OPERATED IN A
    PRESSSURE-DEMAND OR OTHER POSITIVE PRESSURE MODE IN COMBINATION
Ventilation:USE GENERAL OR LOCAL EXHAUST VENTILATION TO MEET TLV
    REQUIREMENTS.
Protective Gloves:PROTECTIVE GLOVES
Eye Protection:SAFETY GOGGLES AND FACESHIELD.
Other Protective Equipment:EMERGENCY EYEWASH SHOULD BE AVAILABLE.
    CONTACT LENSES SHOULD NOT BE WORN WHEN WORKING WITH THIS CHEMICAL.
    SAFETY SHOWER SHOULD BE AVAILABLE.
Work Hygienic Practices:NO DATA PROVIDED BY MANUFACTURER
Supplemental Safety and Health
SYSTEMIC/TARGET ORGANS EFFECTS: REPEATED EXCESSIVE EXPOSURES MAY CAUSE
    SEVERE KIDNEY, LIVER AND GASTROINTESTINAL EFFECTS. SIGNS/SYMPTOMS:
    CNS EFFECTS, NAUSEA, VOMITING, ANESTHETIC OR NARCOTIC EFFECTS. 
    FORMATION OF BLADDER STONES, KIDNEY FAILURE & DEATH OF BURN
    PATIENTS WHERE ETHYLENE GLYCOL WAS INVOLVED.

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

HCC:V5
Boiling Pt:=119.C, 246.2F

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

Stability Indicator/Materials to Avoid:YES
ISOLATE FROM STRONG OXIDIZERS SUCH AS PERMANGANATES, CHROMATES &
    PEROXIDES.
Stability Condition to Avoid:ISOLATE FROM OXIDIZERS, HEAT & OPEN FLAME.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:CARBON MONOXIDE, CARBON DIOXIDE FROM
    BURNING.

===================  Toxicological Information	===================

Toxicological Information:TERATOLOGY (BIRTH DEFECTS): EXPOSURE TO
    ETHYLENE GLYCOL HAS CAUSE DBIRTH DEFECTS IN LABORATORY ANIMALS ONLY
    AT DOSES TOXIC TO THE MOTHER. REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS: ETHYLENE GLYCOL
    HAS NOT INTERFERED WITH  REPRODUCTION IN ANIMAL STUDIES EXCEPT AT
    VERY HIGH DOSES. SKIN: DERMAL TOXICITY HAS NOT BEEN DETERMINED.
    MUTAGENICITY: IN VITRO STUDIES WERE NEGATIVE. ANIMAL MUTAGENICITY
    STUDIES WERE NEGATIVE.

=====================  Ecological Information  =====================

Ecological:MOVEMENT AND PARTITIONING: BIOCONCENTRATION POTENTIAL IS LOW
    (BCF < 100 OR LOG KOW < 3). LOG OCTANOL/WATER PARTITION COEFFICIENT
     (LOG KOW) IS -1.36. HENRY'S LAW CONSTANT (H) IS 6.0E-08
    ATM-M3/MOL. BI OCONCNETRATION FACTOR (BCF) IS 10 IN GOLDEN ORFE.
    DEGRADATION AND TRANSFORMATION: BIODEGRADATION UNDER AEROBIC STATIC
    LABORATORY CONDITIONS IS HIGH (BOD20 OR BOD28/THOD GREATER THAN
    40%). 5-DAY BIOCHE MICAL OXYGEN DEMAND (BOD5) IS 0.78 P/P. 
    ECOTOXICITY: MATERIAL IS PRACTICALLY NON-TOXIC TO AQUATIC ORGANISMS
    ON AN ACUTE BASIS (LC50 > 100 MG/L IN MOST SENSITIVE SPECIES).

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

Waste Disposal Methods:DO NOT DISCHARGE TO SEWER. WEAR APPROPRIATE 
    PERSONAL PROTECTION. TAKE UP WITH SAND, VERMICULITE OR SIMILAR
    INERT MATERIAL. DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND
    LOCAL REGULATIONS.

===================  MSDS Transport Information  ===================

Transport Information:U.S. D.O.T. NON-BULK: ETHYLENE GLYCOL. BULK:
    PROPER SHIPPING NAME: ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID,
    N.O.S. (ETHYLENE GLYCOL). TECHNICAL NAME: ETHYLENE GLYCOL. ID
    NUMBER: UN 3082. HAZARD CL ASS: 9. PACKING GROUP: PG III.
    REPORTABLE QUANTITY: 5000 LB. IATA NON-BULK: PROPER SHIPPING NAME:
    ETHYLENE GLYCOL. NOT REGULATED BY IATA.

=====================  Regulatory Information  =====================

SARA Title III Information:ETHYLENE GLYCOL: SECTION 311/312 CATEGORIES:
    ACUTE HAZARD; CHRONIC HAZARD.  SECTION 312 INVENTORY REPORTING:
    ETHYLENE GLYCOL IS SUBJECT TO TIER I AND TIER II ANNUAL INVENTORY
    REPORTING. SECTION 313 EM ISSION REPORTING: ETHYLENE GLYCOL IS
    SUBJECT TO FORM R REPORTING REQUIREMENTS. SECTION 302 EXTREMELY
    HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES: ETHYLENE GLYCOL IS NOT LISTED.
Federal Regulatory Information:ETHYLENE GLYCOL: CERCLA: REPORTABLE
    QUANTITY (RQ): 5000 LBS (532 GALLONS). ATMOSPHERIC STANDARDS: CLEAN
    AIR ACT (1990): LIST OF HAZARDOUS AIR CONTAMINANTS: LISTED. WATER
    STANDARDS: NO DATA AVAILABLE.  TSCA INVENTORY: LISTED.
State Regulatory Information:CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 (SAFE DRINKING
    WATER AND TOXIC ENFORCEMENT ACT OF 1986): THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS THE
    FOLLOWING CHEMICAL(S) KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE
    CANCER: 1,4-DIOXANE, CAS# 1 23-91-1, <= 0.0086%; ACETALDEHYDE, CAS#
    75-07-0, <= 0.100 PPM. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 (SAFE DRINKING
    WATER AND TOXIC ENFORCEMENT ACT OF 1986): THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS THE
    FOLLOWING CHEMICAL(S) KNOWN  TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE
    BIRTH DEFECTS AND/OR OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM: ETHYLENE GLYCOL MO
    NOMETHYL ETHER, CAS# 109-86-4, <= 0.0009%.

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