DEXTER CORP     HYSOL DIV      -- AC4368                                       
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MSDS Safety Information 
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FSC: 6850
NIIN: 01-313-1178
MSDS Date: 08/10/1995
MSDS Num: CLHTQ
Product ID: AC4368
MFN: 03
Responsible Party
Cage: 1JB33
Name: DEXTER CORP THE	HYSOL DIV
Address: 1 DEXTER DRIVE
City: SEABROOK NH 03874
Info Phone Number: 603-474-5541
Emergency Phone Number: 800-424-9300
Preparer's Name: KEN DECOSTA
Chemtrec IND/Phone: (800)424-9300
Proprietary Ind: Y
Review Ind: Y
Published: Y
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Contractor Summary 
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Cage: 1JB33
Name: DEXTER CORP THE HYSOL DIV
Address: 1 DEXTER DR
City: SEABROOK NH 03874
Phone: 603-474-5541/FAX: 603-474-5545
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Item Description Information 
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Item Manager: S9G
Item Name: SILICONE COMPOUND
Specification Number: NONE
Type/Grade/Class: NONE
Unit of Issue: CN
Quantitative Expression: 00000000016OZ
UI Container Qty: 1
Type of Container: IP.7B
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Ingredients 
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Name: *** PROPRIETARY  ***
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Health Hazards Data 
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Effects of Exposure: CAN CAUSE EYE IRRITATION. PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT
  CAN CAUSE SKIN IRRITATION. CAN BE IRRITATING TO THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.
  EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE CAN CAUSE DIZZINESS, NAUSEA, HEADACHES, AND OTHER CEN TRAL
  NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS. CAN CAUSE GASTROINTESTINAL IRRITATION, NAUSEA,
  VOMITING OR DAIRRHEA.
Signs And Symptions Of Overexposure: CAN CAUSE EYE IRRITATION. PROLONGED OR
  REPEATED CONTACT CAN CAUSE SKIN IRRITATION. CAN BE IRRITATING TO THE
  RESPIRATORY SYSTEM. EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE CAN CAUSE DIZZINESS, NAUSEA,
  HEADACHES, AND OTHER CEN TRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS. CAN CAUSE
  GASTROINTESTINAL IRRITATION, NAUSEA, VOMITING OR DAIRRHEA.
First Aid: EYES: FLUSH WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES WHILE HOLDING EYELIDS OPEN.
  SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION. SKIN: FLUSH AFFECTED AREA WITH WATER IMMEDIATELY.
  REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. WASH SKIN THOROUGHLY WITH SOAP	AND WATER.
  INHALTION: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. CALL PHYSICIAN. IF NOT BREATHING, GIVE MOUTH
  TO MOUTH RESUSCITATION. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, GIVE OXYGEN. DO NOT GIVE
  EPINEPHRINE OR SIMILAR DRUGS/ INGES TION: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. CALL
  PHYSICIAN.
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Handling and Disposal
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Spill Release Procedures: CLEAR AREA. PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION. COLLECT
  WITH ABSORBENT AND PREVENT RUNOFF. REMOVE ALL POTENTIAL IGNITION SOURCES. USE
  APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT.
Waste Disposal Methods: DISPOSE OF ACCORDING TO FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAWS.
Handling And Storage Precautions: AVOID OPEN FLAMES AND SPARKS. KEEP CONTAINER
  CLOSED TIGHTLY TO AVOID HYDROLYSIS OR PRODUCT BY MOISTURE. STORAGE SHOULD BE
  IN COMPLIANCE WITH NFPA AND OSHA 29CFR1910.106 AND .107.
Other Precautions: AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN AND BREATHING OF VAPORS.
  PHOTOREACTIVE-YES (A-87%).
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Fire and Explosion Hazard Information 
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Flash Point Method: TCC
Flash Point: =-24.C, -11.2F
Lower Limits: 1.1
Upper Limits: 7.5
Extinguishing Media: FOAM, DRY CHEMICAL OR CO2.
Fire Fighting Procedures: SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS AND PROTECTIVE
  CLOTHING SHOULD BE WORN IN FIGHTING FIRE INVOLVING CHEMICALS.
Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazard: KEEP AWAY FROM HOT SURFACES.
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Control Measures 
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Respiratory Protection: IF USE CONDITIONS GENERATE AIRBORNE CONTAMINANTS, USE
  NIOSH RECOMMENDED RESPIRATORS APPROPRIATE FOR THE AIRBORNE LEVELS GENERATED.
Ventilation: AS REQUIRED TO CONTROL AIRBORNE CONTAMINATION.
Protective Gloves: SOLVENT RESISTANT
Eye Protection: CHEMICAL SPLASH GOGGLES
Other Protective Equipment: USE IMPERVIOUS CLOTHING AS NECESSARY TO AVOID SKIN
  CONTACT.
Work Hygienic Practices: AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN AND BREATHING OF VAPORS.
Supplemental Safety and Health: PHOTOREACTIVE
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Physical/Chemical Properties 
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HCC: T6
Boiling Point: >68.9C, 156.F
Vapor Pres: 118.7
Vapor Density: 3.03
Volatile Org Content %: 94
Spec Gravity: 0.72 */- 0.02
Evaporation Rate & Reference: 8 (N- BUTYL ACETATE = 1)
Solubility in Water: INSOLUBLE
Appearance and Odor: CLEA,R ODORLESS, HEXANE ODOR
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Reactivity Data 
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Stability Indicator: YES
Stability Condition To Avoid: NONE
Materials To Avoid: STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS
Hazardous Decomposition Products: THERMAL DECOMPOSITION MAY YELD CARBON
  MONONXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE
Hazardous Polymerization Indicator: NO
Conditions To Avoid Polymerization: NONE
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Toxicological Information 
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Transportation Information 
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Responsible Party Cage: 1JB33
Trans ID NO: 158217
Product ID: AC4368
MSDS Prepared Date: 08/10/1995
Review Date: 08/13/2001
MFN: 3
Multiple KIT Number: 0
Unit Of Issue: CN
Container QTY: 1
Type Of Container: IP.7B
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Detail DOT Information 
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DOT PSN Code: HEX
DOT Proper Shipping Name: HEXANES
Hazard Class: 3
UN ID Num: UN1208
DOT Packaging Group: II
Label: FLAMMABLE LIQUID
Special Provision: B101,T8
Packaging Exception: 150
Non Bulk Pack: 202
Bulk Pack: 242
Max Qty Pass: 5 L
Max Qty Cargo: 60 L
Vessel Stow Req: E
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Detail IMO Information 
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IMO PSN Code: IBK
IMO Proper Shipping Name: HEXANES
IMDG Page Number: 3129
UN Number: 1208
UN Hazard Class: 3.1
IMO Packaging Group: II
Subsidiary Risk Label: -
EMS Number: 3-07
MED First Aid Guide NUM: 310
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Detail IATA Information 
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IATA PSN Code: NKG
IATA UN ID Num: 1208
IATA Proper Shipping Name: HEXANES
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 Code: NKG
AFI Proper Shipping Name: HEXANES
AFI Hazard Class: 3
AFI UN ID NUM: UN1208
AFI Packing Group: II
Special Provisions: P5
Back Pack Reference: A7.3
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HAZCOM Label 
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Product ID: AC4368
Cage: 1JB33
Company Name: DEXTER CORP THE HYSOL DIV
Street: 1 DEXTER DR
City: SEABROOK NH
Zipcode: 03874
Health Emergency Phone: 800-424-9300
Label Required IND: Y
Date Of Label Review: 08/13/2001
Status Code: A
Origination Code: F
Signal Word: DANGER
Health Hazard: Slight
Contact Hazard: None
Fire Hazard: Severe
Reactivity Hazard: None
Hazard And Precautions: CAN CAUSE EYE IRRITATION. PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT
  CAN CAUSE SKIN IRRITATION. CAN BE IRRITATING TO THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.
  EXCESSIVE EXPOSURE CAN CAUSE DIZZINESS, NAUSEA, HEADACHES, AND OTHER CEN TRAL
  NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS. CAN CAUSE GASTROINTESTINAL IRRITATION, NAUSEA,
  VOMITING OR DAIRRHEA.
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