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Material Safety Data Sheet

GlueMasters LLC

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Item No. ac-0102

.    1  CHEMICAL PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Product Name: Accelerator

.    2  COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS.

 

Chemical Name Acetone

N-Butane Propane

CAS Number 87-84-1 106-97-8 74-98-6

WT/WT% Less Than 68.0%

14.0% 15.0%

3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Harmful if inhaled. Causes skin irritation. Vapors irritating to eyes and respiratory tract. Extremely flammable liquid and vapor. Vapors may cause flash fire or explosion. Extremely Flammable aerosol. Contents under pressure.

POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS:

EYE CONTACT: May cause eye irritation.
SKIN CONTACT : May cause skin irritation.
INHALATION: Exposure to high concentrations of vapors may cause dizziness. Breathing

Difficulty, headaches or respiratory irritation. Extremely high concentrations May cause drowsiness, staggering, confusion, unconsciousness, coma or death. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents of This product can be harmful or fatal.

INGESTION: Chronic overexposure to a component or components in this material has been Found to cause effects in laboratory animals. Kidney damage, eye damage. Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with Permanent brain and nervous system damage

4 FIRST AID MEASURES

EYECONTACT: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water. Get medical attention if irritation persists.

SKIN CONTACT: Wash thoroughly with soap and water and seek medical attention. Remove Contaminated clothing. Launder contaminated clothing before reuse.

INHALATION: For inhalation overexposure move person to fresh air. If breathing stops, apply Artificial respiration and seek medical attention.

INGESTION: Since this product may contain materials which can cause lung damage if aspirated into The lungs, the decision whether to induce vomiting or not must be made by a physician After careful consideration of all materials ingested.

 

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.    5  FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT: less than –25F
AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: Unknown EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: DRY CHEMICAL CO2 FOAM LOWEREXPLOSIVELIMIT: 1.8% UPPEREXPLOSIVE LIMIT: 12.8% UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Contents under pressure. Do not use or store Near sources of heat, sparks or open flame. Keep away from any source of heat such as sunlight, Heaters or stoves that could cause the container to burst. Do not puncture or incinerate. Do not crush Or place in a garbage compactor. Do not store above 120 degrees F. Aerosol containers may explode When exposed to extreme heat. Product vapors are heavier than air and may travel a long distance to A source of ignition and flash back SPECIAL FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES: Full protective equipment including self-contained Breathing apparatus to avoid inhalation of vapors should be used. Water spray should not be used except To keep down vapors or cool closed containers to prevent build-up of pressure. If water is used, fog nozzles Are preferred.

.    6  ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES CLEAN-UP AND CONTAINMENT: Remove all sources of ignition. Avoid heat, sparks, flames and Anything which could cause fire. Ventilate area of spill and adjacent low lying Areas. Avoid breathing Solvent vapors. Remove with inert absorbent materials and non-sparking tools.

.    7  HANDLING AND STORAGE HANDLING: Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
STORAGE: Store in a cool dry area with ventilation suitable for storing materials. Keep away from heat, Sparks and flame. Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight or any source of ignition. Do not store A temperatures above120F.

.    8  EXPOSURE CONTROLS PERSONAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Sufficient ventilation, in volume and patter, should be provided to
keep air contamination below current applicable OSHA permissible exposure limit or ACGIH’s TLV limit. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: If workplace exposure limits are exceeded for any Component ( see 2 for hazardous components and exposure limits), a NIOSH/OSHA Approved respirator suitable for components listed is recommended. (Use organic vapor type respirator) SKIN PROTECTION: Chemical resistant plastic or rubber gloves recommended for prolonged or repeated contact.
EYE PROTECTION: Chemical goggles with side shields or face shield recommended If contact with the eyes is likely. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Appropriate impervious clothing is recommended if Prolonged or repeated contact is likely.
HYGIENIC PRACTICES: Wash hands before eating or smoking. Smoke in designated areas only.

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9 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

BOILING RANGE: -1F to 133F
ODOR: Solvent odor
APPEARANCE: Opaque liquid
SOLUBILITY IN H20: Unknown
FREEZE POINT: Unknown
VAPOR PRESSURE: Unknown
PHYSICAL STATE: Gas
VAPOR DENSITY: Heavier than air
ODOR THRESHOLD: Unknown
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.6944
EVAPORATION RATE: Faster than Butyl Acetate COEFFICIENT OF WATER/OIL DISTRIBUTION: Unknown

.    10  TABILITY AND REACTIVITY CONDITION TO AVOID: No information
INCOMPATIBILITY: No information
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Thermal decomposition may produce Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and unidentifiable organic materials.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur under normal conditions. STABILITY: This product is stable under normal storage condition.

.    11  OXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES No product or component toxicological information is available.

.    12  COLOGICAL INFORMATION No information.

.    13  DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Place in closed containers. Dispose of product in accordance with local, county, state, and federal regulations.

.    14  THER INFORMATION HMIS RATINGS-HEALTH: 2 FLAMMABILITY: 3 REACTIVITY: 0  

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Item No. DEB0102

.    1  CHEMICAL PRODUCT Product Name: Debonder

.    2  COMPSOITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Hazardous Component CAS Number % Exposure AGGIH(TLV)
Acetone 75-52 99-100 20ppm TWA 100ppm TWA None

.    3  HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION TOXICITY: Possible eye and respiratory irritant. Prolonged inhalation may cause headaches. Moderately toxic by ingestion. Liquid may dry out skin. PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY: Inhalation, Ingestion, Contact
SIGNS OF EXPOSURE: Vapors irritate eyes, nose, and throat. Liquid is an eye irritant and may irritate skin.

.    4  FIRST AID MEASURES INGESTION; Give water to dilute. Do not induce vomiting. Keep individual calm and seek Medical attention INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, obtain medical attention. SKIN CONTACTA: Wash in warm water.
EYE CONTACT: Flush with warm water. Seek medical attention.

.    5  FIREFIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT: Less than –25 F
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Foam, Dry Chemical or Carbon Dioxide
UNUSUAL FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: N/A
HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS FORMED BY FIRE OR THERMAL DECOMPOSITON: Irritating Organic Vapors

.    6  ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF SPILL OR LEAK: Avoid flame and sparks. Maintain adequate Ventilation. Soak up in an inert absorbent and Store in a closed container until disposal.

 

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OSHA(PEL)

.    7  HANDLING AND STORAGE SAFE STORAGE: Store away from flame and sparks.
HANDLING: Keep container tightly closed. Avoid contact with skin. Avoid breathing Vapors. Do not use around heat, spark, or open flame

.    8  PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT VENTILATION: Local exhaust ventilation recommended to maintain vapor level below TLV. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Not applicable with good local exhaust.
SKIN: Polyethylene or non reactive gloves.
EYE PROTECTION: Safety glasses or goggles with die shields.

.    9  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE: Clear liquid

ODOR: Sharp pungent
BOILING POINT: 133 F
VAPOR PRESSURE: 181.7 mmHg @68F VAPOR DENSITY: n/a

EVAPORATION RATE: Slower than ethyl ether SPECIFIC GRAVITY: .877 @ 77F SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Miscible

.    10  TABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY: Stable
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: will not occur INCOMPATIBILITY: avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents.

.    11  DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS DISPOSAL PROCEDURES: Incinerate or dispose of in an approved landfill in accordance with Local and EPA regulations.

.    12  OTHER INFORMATION NFPA Hazard Code HMIS Hazard Code Health 2 2
Fire 3 3

Reactivity 2
Specific Hazard Not Applicable

NFPA/ National Fire Protection Association HMIS/ National Paint and Coatings Association 

 

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Item No. THIN0102

1 CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

 Product Type: Cyanoacrylate Ester

2 COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients

Ethyl Cyanoacrylate HYDROQUINONE

Ingredients, which have exposure limits

CAS No.

7085-85-0 123-31-9

%

99-100 0-0.5

Exposure Limits (TWA) Ingredients
Ethyl Cyanoacrylate HYDROQUINONE

ACGIH (TLV)

0.2ppmTWA 2mg/m3TWA

OSHA (PEL) None

2mg/m3TWA

OTHER

None 2mg/m3TWA 4mg/m3STEL

3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Toxicity:

Signs and Symptoms of Exposure:

4 FIRST AID MEASURES

Bonds skin rapidly and strongly
Skin and eye irritant
Estimated oral LD50 more than 5000mg/kg Estimated dermal LD50 more than 2000mg/kg

Vapor is irritating on eyes and mucous membranes above TLV. Prolonged and repeated overexposure to vapors may produce Symptoms of non-allergic asthma in sensitive individuals

Ingestion: Ingestion is not likely. See supplemental page for emergency procedures. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, obtain medical attention
Skin Contact : Soak in Warm water. See supplemental pager for emergency procedures. Eye Contact: Flush with water. See supplemental page for emergency procedure

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.    5  FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flash Point: 180 F
Method: Tag Closed Cup
Recommended Extinguishing Agents: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical
Special Firefighting Procedures: Not available
Hazardous Products formed by fire or thermal decamp: Irritating organic fragments. Unusual Fire or Explosion Hazards: None
Explosive Limits ( % by volume in air) Lower : Not available
Explosive Limits (% by volume in air) Upper : Not available

.    6  ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Step to be taken in case of spill or leak: Flood with water to polymerize. Soak up with an inert Absorbent.

.    7  HANDLING AND STORAGE Safe Storage; Store below 70F
Handling: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor.

.    8  EXPOSURE CONTROLS, PERSONAL PROTECTION Eyes: Safety glasses or goggles
Skin: PE gloves and aprons. Do not use cotton. See section 12 for additional information Ventilation: Positive down-draft exhaust ventilation should be provided to maintain vapor concentration below TLV
Respiratory: Not available. See Section 2 for Exposure Limits

.    9  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Clear liquid.
Odor: Sharp, irritation
Boiling Point: 140-160 F @ 3-5 mmHg

PH: Does not apply
Solubility in Water: Polymerized by water Specific Gravity: 1.05 @ -10 F
Vapor Pressure: Less than 0.2mm Evaporation Density: Approximately 3 Evaporation Rate(Ether=1) : Not Available

10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: Stable
Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur
Incompatibility: Polymerized by contact with amines, alkalies, water and alcohols Conditions to Avoid: Not available
Hazardous Decomposition product ( non-thermal): None

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.    11  OTHER INFORMATION Estimated NFPA Code: Health Hazard: 2 Fire Hazard: 2
Reactivity Hazard; 1
Specific Hazard: Does not apply Estimated HMIS Code: Health Hazard: 2 Flammability Hazard: 2
Reactivity Hazard: 1
Personal Protection: See Section 8

.    12  OTHER INFORMATION Cyanoacrylate adhesive is a very fast setting and strong adhesive. It bonds human tissue including Skin in seconds. Experience had shown that accidents due to Cyanoacrylste are handled best by Passive, non-surgical first aid. Treatment of specific types of accidents is given below. SKIN CONTACT Remove excess monomer. Soak in warm, soapy water. The monomer will come loose from the skin Several hours. cured monomer does not present a health hazard even when bonded to the skin. Avoid Contact with clothes, fabrics, rags, or tissue. Contact with these materials may cause polymerization. The polymerization of large amounts of monomer will generate heat causing smoke, skin burns, and Strong, irritating vapors, Wear PE gloves and apron when handling large amounts of adhesive. SKIN ADHESION First, immerse the bonded surfaces in warm, soapy water. Peel or roll the surfaces apart with the Aid of a blunt edge, e.g.a spatula or a teaspoon handle: then remove adhesive form the skin with Soap and water. Do not try to pull surfaces apart with a direct opposing action. EYELID TO EYELID OR EYEBALL ADHESION In the event that eyelids are stuck together or bonded to the eyeball, wash thoroughly with warm Water and apply a gauze patch. The eye will open without further action, typically in 1-4days. There will be no residual damage. Do not try to open the eyes by manipulation. ADHESIVE ON THE EYEBALL Cyanoacrylate introduced into the eyes will attach itself to the eye protein and well disassociate
From it over intermittent periods, generally covering several hours. This will cause periods of Weeping until clearance is achieved. During the period of contamination, double vision may be Experienced together with a lachrymatory effect, And it is important to understand the cause and Realize that disassociation will normally occur within a matter of hours, Even with gross contamination.

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MOUTH

If lips are accidentally stuck together, apply lots of warm water to the lips and encourage maximum Wetting and pressure from saliva inside the mouth. Peel or roll lips apart. Do not try to pull the lips With direct opposing action. It is almost impossible to swallow Cyanoacrylate. The adhesive solidifies And adheres in the mouth. Saliva will lift the adhesive in one half to two days. In case a lump forms In the mouth, position the patient to prevent ingestion of the lump when it detaches.

BURNS

Cyanoacrylates give off heat on solidification. In rare cases, a large drop will increase in temperature Enough t cause a burn. Burns should be treated normally after the lump of Cyanoacrylate is released From the issue as described above.

SURGERY

It should never be necessary to use such a drastic method to separate accidentally bonded skin. 

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Item No. MED0102

1 CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

 

Product Type: Cyanoacrylate Ester

2 COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients

Poly(methyl methacrylate) Ethyl Cyanoacrylate

HYDROQUINONE
Ingredients, which have exposure limits

CAS No.

9011-14-7 7085-85-0 123-31-9

%

5-10 90-95 0.1-0.5

Exposure Limits (TWA) Ingredients
Ethyl Cyanoacrylate HYDROQUINONE

ACGIH (TLV)

0.2ppmTWA 2mg/m3TWA

OSHA (PEL) None

2mg/m3TWA

OTHER

None 2mg/m3TWA 4mg/m3STEL

3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Toxicity:

Signs and Symptoms of Exposure:

4 FIRST AID MEASURES

Bonds skin rapidly and strongly
Skin and eye irritant
Estimated oral LD50 more than 5000mg/kg Estimated dermal LD50 more than 2000mg/kg

Vapor is irritating on eyes and mucous membranes above TLV. Prolonged and repeated overexposure to vapors may produce Symptoms of non-allergic asthma in sensitive individuals

Ingestion: Ingestion is not likely. See supplemental page for emergency procedures. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, obtain medical attention
Skin Contact : Soak in Warm water. See supplemental pager for emergency procedures. Eye Contact: Flush with water. See supplemental page for emergency procedure

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.    5  FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flash Point: 180 F
Method: Tag Closed Cup
Recommended Extinguishing Agents: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical
Special Firefighting Procedures: Not available
Hazardous Products formed by fire or thermal decamp: Irritating organic fragments. Unusual Fire or Explosion Hazards: None
Explosive Limits ( % by volume in air) Lower : Not available
Explosive Limits (% by volume in air) Upper : Not available

.    6  ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Step to be taken in case of spill or leak: Flood with water to polymerize. Soak up with an inert Absorbent.

.    7  HANDLING AND STORAGE Safe Storage; Store below 70F
Handling: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor.

.    8  EXPOSURE CONTROLS, PERSONAL PROTECTION Eyes: Safety glasses or goggles
Skin: PE gloves and aprons. Do not use cotton. See section 12 for additional information Ventilation: Positive down-draft exhaust ventilation should be provided to maintain vapor concentration below TLV
Respiratory: Not available. See Section 2 for Exposure Limits

.    9  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Clear liquid.
Odor: Sharp, irritation
Boiling Point: 140-160 F @ 3-5 mmHg

PH: Does not apply
Solubility in Water: Polymerized by water Specific Gravity: 1.05 @ -10 F
Vapor Pressure: Less than 0.2mm Evaporation Density: Approximately 3 Evaporation Rate(Ether=1) : Not Available

10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: Stable
Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur
Incompatibility: Polymerized by contact with amines, alkalies, water and alcohols Conditions to Avoid: Not available
Hazardous Decomposition product ( non-thermal): None

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.    11  OTHER INFORMATION Estimated NFPA Code: Health Hazard: 2 Fire Hazard: 2
Reactivity Hazard; 1
Specific Hazard: Does not apply Estimated HMIS Code: Health Hazard: 2 Flammability Hazard: 2
Reactivity Hazard: 1
Personal Protection: See Section 8

.    12  OTHER INFORMATION Cyanoacrylate adhesive is a very fast setting and strong adhesive. It bonds human tissue including Skin in seconds. Experience had shown that accidents due to Cyanoacrylste are handled best by Passive, non-surgical first aid. Treatment of specific types of accidents is given below. SKIN CONTACT Remove excess monomer. Soak in warm, soapy water. The monomer will come loose from the skin Several hours. cured monomer does not present a health hazard even when bonded to the skin. Avoid Contact with clothes, fabrics, rags, or tissue. Contact with these materials may cause polymerization. The polymerization of large amounts of monomer will generate heat causing smoke, skin burns, and Strong, irritating vapors, Wear PE gloves and apron when handling large amounts of adhesive. SKIN ADHESION First, immerse the bonded surfaces in warm, soapy water. Peel or roll the surfaces apart with the Aid of a blunt edge, e.g.a spatula or a teaspoon handle: then remove adhesive form the skin with Soap and water. Do not try to pull surfaces apart with a direct opposing action. EYELID TO EYELID OR EYEBALL ADHESION In the event that eyelids are stuck together or bonded to the eyeball, wash thoroughly with warm Water and apply a gauze patch. The eye will open without further action, typically in 1-4days. There will be no residual damage. Do not try to open the eyes by manipulation. ADHESIVE ON THE EYEBALL Cyanoacrylate introduced into the eyes will attach itself to the eye protein and well disassociate
From it over intermittent periods, generally covering several hours. This will cause periods of Weeping until clearance is achieved. During the period of contamination, double vision may be Experienced together with a lachrymatory effect, And it is important to understand the cause and Realize that disassociation will normally occur within a matter of hours, Even with gross contamination.

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MOUTH

If lips are accidentally stuck together, apply lots of warm water to the lips and encourage maximum Wetting and pressure from saliva inside the mouth. Peel or roll lips apart. Do not try to pull the lips With direct opposing action. It is almost impossible to swallow Cyanoacrylate. The adhesive solidifies And adheres in the mouth. Saliva will lift the adhesive in one half to two days. In case a lump forms In the mouth, position the patient to prevent ingestion of the lump when it detaches.

BURNS

Cyanoacrylates give off heat on solidification. In rare cases, a large drop will increase in temperature Enough t cause a burn. Burns should be treated normally after the lump of Cyanoacrylate is released From the issue as described above.

SURGERY

It should never be necessary to use such a drastic method to separate accidentally bonded skin. 

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Item No. THI0102

.    1  CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Product Type: Cyanoacrylate Ester

.    2  COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients

Poly(methyl methacrylate) Ethyl Cyanoacrylate

HYDROQUINONE
Ingredients, which have exposure limits

CAS No. %

9011-14-7 20-30 7085-85-0 70-80 123-31-9 0-0.5

ACGIH OSHA (PEL)

None None 2mg/m3TWA 2mg/m3TWA

AGGIH OSHA (PEL)

Exposure Limits Ingredients
Ethyl Cyanoacrylate HYDROQUINONE Exposure Limits Ingredients

(TWA) (TLV) 0.2ppmTWA

2mg/m3TWA (STEL)

(TLV)

OTHER 4mg/m3 STEL

3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Toxicity:

Signs and Symptoms of Exposure:

4 FIRST AID MEASURES

Bonds skin rapidly and strongly
Skin and eye irritant
Estimated oral LD50 more than 5000mg/kg Estimated dermal LD50 more than 2000mg/kg

Vapor is irritating on eyes and mucous membranes above TLV. Prolonged and repeated overexposure to vapors may produce Symptoms of non-allergic asthma in sensitive individuals

Ingestion: Ingestion is not likely. See supplemental page for emergency procedures. Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, obtain medical attention
Skin Contact : Soak in Warm water. See supplemental pager for emergency procedures.

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Eye Contact: Flush with water. See supplemental page for emergency procedure

.    5  FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flash Point: 180 F
Method: Tag Closed Cup
Recommended Extinguishing Agents: Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical
Special Firefighting Procedures: Not available
Hazardous Products formed by fire or thermal decamp: Irritating organic fragments. Unusual Fire or Explosion Hazards: None
Explosive Limits ( % by volume in air) Lower : Not available
Explosive Limits (% by volume in air) Upper : Not available

.    6  ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Step to be taken in case of spill or leak: Flood with water to polymerize. Soak up with an inert Absorbent.

.    7  HANDLING AND STORAGE Safe Storage; Store below 70F
Handling: Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor.

.    8  EXPOSURE CONTROLS, PERSONAL PROTECTION Eyes: Safety glasses or goggles
Skin: PE gloves and aprons. Do not use cotton. See section 12 for additional information Ventilation: Positive down-draft exhaust ventilation should be provided to maintain vapor concentration below TLV
Respiratory: Not available. See Section 2 for Exposure Limits

.    9  PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Appearance: Clear liquid.
Odor: Sharp, irritation
Boiling Point: 140-160 F @ 3-5 mmHg

PH: Does not apply
Solubility in Water: Polymerized by water Specific Gravity: 1.05 @ -10 F
Vapor Pressure: Less than 0.2mm Evaporation Density: Approximately 3 Evaporation Rate(Ether=1) : Not Available

10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability: Stable
Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur
Incompatibility: Polymerized by contact with amines, alkalies, water and alcohols Conditions to Avoid: Not available

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Hazardous Decomposition product ( non-thermal): None

.    11  OTHER INFORMATION Estimated NFPA Code: Health Hazard: 2 Fire Hazard: 2
Reactivity Hazard; 1
Specific Hazard: Does not apply Estimated HMIS Code: Health Hazard: 2 Flammability Hazard: 2
Reactivity Hazard: 1
Personal Protection: See Section 8

.    12  OTHER INFORMATION Cyanoacrylate adhesive is a very fast setting and strong adhesive. It bonds human tissue including Skin in seconds. Experience had shown that accidents due to Cyanoacrylste are handled best by Passive, non-surgical first aid. Treatment of specific types of accidents is given below. SKIN CONTACT Remove excess monomer. Soak in warm, soapy water. The monomer will come loose from the skin Several hours. cured monomer does not present a health hazard even when bonded to the skin. Avoid Contact with clothes, fabrics, rags, or tissue. Contact with these materials may cause polymerization. The polymerization of large amounts of monomer will generate heat causing smoke, skin burns, and Strong, irritating vapors, Wear PE gloves and apron when handling large amounts of adhesive. SKIN ADHESION First, immerse the bonded surfaces in warm, soapy water. Peel or roll the surfaces apart with the Aid of a blunt edge, e.g.a spatula or a teaspoon handle: then remove adhesive form the skin with Soap and water. Do not try to pull surfaces apart with a direct opposing action. EYELID TO EYELID OR EYEBALL ADHESION In the event that eyelids are stuck together or bonded to the eyeball, wash thoroughly with warm Water and apply a gauze patch. The eye will open without further action, typically in 1-4days. There will be no residual damage. Do not try to open the eyes by manipulation. ADHESIVE ON THE EYEBALL Cyanoacrylate introduced into the eyes will attach itself to the eye protein and well disassociate From it over intermittent periods, generally covering several hours. This will cause periods of Weeping until clearance is achieved. During the period of contamination, double vision may be Experienced together with a lachrymatory effect, And it is important to understand the cause and

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Realize that disassociation will normally occur within a matter of hours, Even with gross contamination.

MOUTH

If lips are accidentally stuck together, apply lots of warm water to the lips and encourage maximum Wetting and pressure from saliva inside the mouth. Peel or roll lips apart. Do not try to pull the lips With direct opposing action. It is almost impossible to swallow Cyanoacrylate. The adhesive solidifies And adheres in the mouth. Saliva will lift the adhesive in one half to two days. In case a lump forms In the mouth, position the patient to prevent ingestion of the lump when it detaches.

BURNS

Cyanoacrylates give off heat on solidification. In rare cases, a large drop will increase in temperature Enough t cause a burn. Burns should be treated normally after the lump of Cyanoacrylate is released From the issue as described above.

SURGERY

It should never be necessary to use such a drastic method to separate accidentally bonded skin