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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
 

ISSUE DATE:             February 21, 1994

PRODUCT NAME:     All Custom Seal Membranes

Chemical Name/Synonym:          Polyvinylchloride PVC
Chemical Formula:                      (-CH2CHCI-)N Mixture
Chemical Family:                        Plasticized Polyvinylchloride

MANUFACTURER:
                                            Custom Seal, Inc.
                                            P.O. Box 1290
                                            708 Graham Drive
                                            Fremont, OH 43420

SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

This product contains no known hazardous ingredient as defined under The Hazards Communication Program Standard Section 1910.1200.

SECTION 3: PHYSICAL DATA
 
Appearance/Odor:                        Mild characteristic odor
 

Boiling Point (10 mmHG):  250oC (482oF)  Vapor Density (air = 1): >10
Specific Gravity (Water = 1):  25oC, 0.97 (77oF)  Percent Volatiles: N/A 
Vapor Pressure (mm Hg):  25oC, 2.7 x 10-7, (77oF)
Solubility in Water:  25oC, 0.6mg/liter, (77oF)

 

SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
 
 

Flash Point:  227oC (440oF)
Method Used: Clev. open cup plasticizer only 
Flammable (explosive limits in air):  Upper Level:     N/A 
Lower Level:     N/A 
Extinguishing Media:  Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical or water.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: NIOSH approved pressure demand 
self-contained breathing  apparatus due to 
possible liberation of HCI, CO, and other gases.
Unusual fire and explosion hazard:  None known.

 

SECTION 5: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

This product contains 18-40% mixed phthalate esters. These plasticizers have low toxicity. ACGIH and OSHA have not established specific exposure limits for these plasticizers. Chemically similar plasticizers have OSHA and ACGIH exposure limits of 5 mg/m3, 8 hour time weighted average.

Subjecting the material to temperatures above 120oC (250oF) may liberate modest quantities of plasticizer. At temperatures 204oC (400oF) the product may decompose to HCI, CO and other gases.

There are no known problems in handling this material.
 

SECTION 6: REACTIVITY DATA

Thermal Stability:             Unstable:                       Stable: Yes
Incompatibility (materials to avoid):                       Not reactive.
Hazardous decomposition products:                     Combustion products include CO, CO2, HCI.
 


Hazardous Polymerization: 
Will Occur: 
Will Not Occur:  X 

 

SECTION 7: SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES

Steps to be Taken in Case Material is Released or Spilled: Re-roll, sweep, shovel or vacuum.

Waste Disposal Method: Waste vinyl is not a hazardous material as defined by the Resource conservation and Recovery Act.

This material is suitable for land filling or component recovery. Vinyl material may be incinerated under conditions which control associated chlorine formation.

SECTION 8: SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION

 

Respiratory Protection:  No special protection during normal use. 
Protective Gloves:  N/A 
Eye Protection:  N/A 
Ventilation:  N/A 
Local Exhaust  N/A 
Mechanical (general):  N/A 
Special Exhaust:  N/A 
Other:  N/A 
Other Protective Equipment: When heated to decomposition provide 
adequate ventilation or NIOSH 
approved chemical cartridge respirator.

 

SECTION 9: SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

Precautions to be Taken in Handling and Storing:    Store below 120oF to minimize volatization of plasticizer.

SECTION 10: SECTION 313 SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION

Some products, depending on construction and color, may contain chemicals which can be hazardous. These chemicals are mixed and bound in the plastic and are not released except under extreme circumstances such as fire. Listed below are the maximum levels of those chemicals which are subject to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986 and 40CFR372.
 

CAS NUMBER
CHEMICAL NAME
WEIGHT % 
 7440 - 36 - 0   Antimony (As Sb203)  < 1.0% 
 7439 - 92 - 1  Lead (as Lead Sulfate)  < 3.0% 
 7440 - 43 - 9   Cadmium (as Cadmium Salt)  < 0.03% 

 

DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate which has been obtained from other companies and organizations. However, no warranty or representation is expressed or implied that the information is accurate, complete or representative.

Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third persons, if reasonable safety procedures are not followed. Additionally, Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to the buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third person caused by abnormal use of material, even if reasonable safety procedures are followed.

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

ISSUE DATE:    February 21, 1994

PRODUCT NAME:   Custom Seal Walkway Pad

PRODUCT NUMBER: 060400

Trade Name/Synonym:                             Tuff Trac Vinyl Matting and Mats
Telephone Number for Information:           800/370-7325

MANUFACTURER:
                                            Custom Seal, Inc.
                                            P.O. Box 1290
                                            708 Graham Drive
                                            Fremont, OH 43420
 

SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

None - Vinyl Tuff Trac Matting and Mats products are not considered to be "toxic" or "hazardous substances." Under normal conditions of use, these products do not release or otherwise result in exposure to hazardous chemical.

SECTION 3: PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
 

Appearance:  Solid
Boiling Point: N/A
Vapor Density: N/A
Specific Gravity (Water = 1): 1.40-1.80
Vapor Pressure (mm Hg): N/A
Melting Point:  Softens @ 120o - 150oC (250o - 300oF)
Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate = 1):  N/A
Solubility in Water:  N/A

 
SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
 

Flash Point: N/A
Flammable (explosive limits in air): Upper Level: N/A 
Lower Level: N/A
Extinguishing Media: Water, CO2
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Standard procedures with 
self-contained breathing apparatus. 
Unusual fire and explosion hazard: None 

 
 
SECTION 5: REACTIVITY DATA

Thermal Stability:                         Unstable:                                 Stable: Yes
 

Incompatibility (materials to avoid): Direct exposure to flame.
Hazardous decomposition products:  Hydrogen chloride gas generated at 120o - 150oC (250o - 300oF).

 


Hazardous Polymerization: 
Will Occur: 
Will Not Occur:  

 
SECTION 6: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

None known.

SECTION 7: PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
 

Steps to be Taken in Case Material is Released or Spilled: N/A
Waste Disposal Method: Landfill in compliance 
with local regulations 
Precautions to be Taken in Handling and Storing: N/A

 
 
SECTION 8: CONTROL MEASURES
 

Respiratory Protection: N/A 
Ventilation:            Local Exhaust: 
                              Mechanical (general):
Yes 
Yes
Protective Gloves: None required 
Eye Protection:  None required 
Other Protective Clothing or Equipment: None required 

 

DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate which has been obtained from other companies and organizations. However, no warranty or representation is expressed or implied that the information is accurate, complete or representative.

Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third persons, if reasonable safety procedures are not followed. Additionally, Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to the buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third person caused by abnormal use of material, even if reasonable safety procedures are followed.

 

  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

ISSUE DATE:     February 21, 1994

PRODUCT NAME: Custom Seal Termination Bar

PRODUCT NUMBER: 060040

Chemical Name/Synonym:                     Aluminum
24-Hour Emergency Phone Number:     1-800-370-7325

MANUFACTURER:
                                                Custom Seal, Inc.
                                                P.O. Box 1290
                                                708 Graham Drive
                                                Fremont, OH 43420
 

SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
 

 
CAS NO.
 
OSHA  8-Hr TWA
ACGIH   8-Hr TWA (1984-85)
ACGIH   STEL (1984-85) 
Aluminum 
 
7429-90-5
> 70
Dust Fume
- -
10 mg/m3  
5 mg/m3
20 mg/m3  -
Silicon 
7440-21-3 
< 23
 
(1) 
(2)
20 mg/m3 
Tin
7440-31-5 
< 20
 
2 mg/m3
2 mg/m3
4 mg/m3
Copper 
7440-50-8
< 11 
Dust Fume
1 mg/m3 
0.1 mg/m3
1 mg/m3 
0.2 mg/m3
2 mg/m3    - 
Magnesium 
1309-48-4
< 11
 
15 mg/m3 
(as magnesium
10 mg/m3 
oxide fume) 
Lead
 7439-92-1
< 9
 
0.05 mg/m3 
0.15 mg/m3
 0.45 mg/m3
Zinc
1314-13-2
< 9 
Dust Fume
- 5 mg/m3 
(2) 5 mg/m3   (as zinc oxide)
- 10 mg/m3 
 Lithium
 7439-93-2
 < 4
 
 -
-
 Cadmium
 7440-43-9
 <
Dust  Fume
0.2 mg/m3 
0.1 mg/m3
0.05 mg/m3 
0.05 mg/m3*
 0.2 mg/m3   -
 Nickel
  7440-02-0
 < 3
 
1 mg/m3
1 mg/m3
 -
Cobalt
7440-48-4
< 2 
 
0.1 mg/m3
0.1 mg/m3
 - 
Iron 
1309-37-1
< 2
 
10 mg/m3  (as iron
5 mg/m3 
oxide fume) 
10 mg/m3
Manganese
7439-96-5
< 2
Dust Fume
5 mg/m3*   - 
5 mg/m3 
1 mg/m3
 -  3 mg/m3
Beryllium
7440-41-7
< 1
 
0.002 mg/m3
0.002 mg/m3
-
Silver
7440-22-4
 <
 
0.01 mg/m3
0.1 mg/m3
-
Chromium
7440-47-3
< 3
 
1 mg/m3
l0.5mg/m3
-
Antimony 
7440-36-0
< 1
 
0.5 mg/m3
0.5mg/m3
-
Vanadium
1314-62-1
< 1
Dust Fume
0.5 mg/m3* 
0.1 mg/m3*  (as vanadium
0.05 mg/m3 
0.05 mg/m3 
pentoxide)
- -
*Ceiling limit
(1) <1% quartz, 15 mg/m3 of total dust or 5 mg/m3 respirable dust.
(2) <1% quartz, 10 mg/m3 of total dust or 5 mg/m3 respirable dust.

NOTE: Antimony trioxide, beryllium, cadmium, chromium, cobalt-chromium alloy and nickel have been identified as potential human carcinogens. Section VI, Health Hazard Data.

SECTION 3: PHYSICAL DATA
 

Appearance/Odor: Dependent on composition of scrap metal, processing method used, and existing paints or coatings. 
Boiling Point:  210-670oC (410-1238oF)
Specific Gravity (water = 1):  2.53-2.95
Vapor Pressure:  1 mm Hg @ 1284oC (2343oF)
Solubility in Water: Insoluble 
Boiling Point (aluminum): 2450o

SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
 

Flash Point: N/A oF
Flammable (explosive limits in air): 
                                                                 Upper Level: 
                                                                 Lower Level:
N/A 
N/A
Autoignition (of solid aluminum in oxygen):  >1000oC (1832oF) 

Solid, massive form of material is not combustible under ordinary fire conditions. Fire and explosion hazards are moderate when material is in the form of dust and exposed to heat or flames, chemical reaction, or contact with powerful oxidizers. Fires have been reported in piles of fine scrap, possibly due to contamination from oil or other materials which support combustion. However, finely divided aluminum scrap in itself presents a moderate fire hazard.

Magnesium burns violently in air and may react vigorously with oxidizers.

Molten aluminum-lithium alloys present a serious explosion hazard when exposed to moisture. The explosion potential of molten aluminum-lithium alloys has been reported to be greater than the potential of explosions with other molten metals. Contact with moisture of any kind must be avoided.

SECTION 5: REACTIVITY DATA

Massive material is stable at ordinary temperatures, but dust presents moderate fire and explosion hazards. Material may be incompatible with acids, bases, and oxidizers. Molten scrap metal may react violently with water. For additional information, users should consult data sheets on individual component elements.

SECTION 6: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Threshold Limit Value:         See Section 2
Primary Routes of Entry:      Inhalation of dust or fume

Under normal handling and use, exposre to the massive form of aluminum scrap presents few health hazards in itself. Thermal cutting and melting of scrap may produce fumes containing the component elements, and breathing these fumes may present potentially significant health hazards. The exposure levels in Section 2 are relevant to fumes and dusts. Special precautions should be taken if scrap is contaminated; see Section 9.

Inhalation of finely divided aluminum powder may cause pulmonary fibrosis. Overexposure to dusts and especially fumes containing component elements of aluminum alloys may cause skin, nose, mouth and eye irritation and lung changes in workers, potentially leading to pulmonary diseases.

Fumes of cadmium, copper, magnesium, manganese, and zinc oxide may cause metal fume fever with flu-like symptoms. Copper may cause skin and hair discoloration; silver may cause a grayish pigmentation of the skin, and can cause irritation of the skin and mucous membranes. Magnesium particles imbedded in the skin may cause severe lesions, with slow healing. Cobalt is irritating to the eyes and skin, and can cause an allergic dermatitis, especially in combination with nickel and chromium.

Overexposure to cadmium fumes or dusts may cause chest pains, shortness of breath, lung changes, and pulmonary edema, ultimately leading to death. Cadmium may also cause damage to the liver and kidneys.

Overexposure to manganese fumes can cause chronic manganese poisoning. Early symptoms include headaches, apathy, sleepiness, and weakness or cramps in the legs. Chronic overexposure can affect the central nervous system, ultimately leading to emotional disturbances, gait and balance difficulties, and paralysis.

Overexposure to tin dusts may cause irritation of the skin and mucous membranes, and may result in a benign pneumoconiosis (stannosis).

Overexposure to antimony may cause gastrointestinal upset and various nervous complaints, such as sleeplessness, irritability, and muscular pains. Inhalation of lead fumes or dusts, or ingestion of lead compounds, can cause lead poisoning, characterized by abdominal pains, joint and muscle pains, or weakness. Prolonged overexposure can cause central nervous system disorders.

Beryllium, chromium, and nickel compounds have been associated with allergic reactions and rashes, and lung changes. Beryllium and nickel are respiratory irritants and can cause pneumoritis. Chronic beryllium overexposure can cause lung disease, characterized by shortness of breath, cough, and fatigue, and ultimately may lead to respiratory and cardiac failure.

Antimony trioxide, beryllium, cadmium, cobalt-chromium alloy, and nickel have been identified as potential cancer-causing agents.

First Aid:

Eye Contact:  Flush well with running water to remove particulate. Get medical attention. 
Skin Contact:  Brush off excess dust. Wash area well with soap and water.
Inhalation:  Remove to fresh air. Get medical attention. 
Ingestion: Seek medical help if large quantities of material have been ingested. (Ingestion 
of significant amounts of scrap metal is unlikely). 

 

SECTION 7: SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES

No special precautions are necessary for spills of bulk material. If large quantities of dust are spilled, remove by vacuuming or wet sweeping to prevent heavy concentrations of airborne dust. Clean-up personnel should wear respirators and protective clothing.

Scrap metal can be reclaimed for reuse. Follow federal, state and local regulations regarding disposal.

SECTION 8: SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION

Use general and local exhaust ventilation to keep airborne concentration of dust or fumes below the TLV. Employees should wear MSHA or NIOSH approved respirators for protection against airborne dust or fumes. Full protective clothing should be worn by workers exposed to heavy concentrations of dust, and showering should be required before changing into street clothes. Gloves and barrier creams may be necessary to prevent skin sensitization and dermatitis.

Approved safety glasses or goggles should be worn when working with dusty material. Safety eyewash stations should be provided in close proximity to work areas.

Pre-employment and periodic medical evaluation should be provided. Attention should be directed toward skin, eyes, respiratory tract, blood, kidneys, pulmonary function, and neurologic health. Chest X-rays should be included if symptoms are present.

Food should not be consumed in work area.

Special attention is drawn to the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards for lead (29 CFR 1910.1025) and arsenic (29 CFR 1910.1018). State OSHA programs will also have similar requirements.

Special precautions should be taken if scrap is contaminated; see Section 9.

SECTION 9: SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS

Use good housekeeping practices to prevent accumulations of dust and to keep airborne dust concentrations at a minimum. Avoid breathing dust or fumes.

Store material away from incompatible materials, and keep dust away from sources of ignition.
See recommendations in Section 4 concerning molten aluminum-lithium alloys and moisture.
This material is potentially contaminated with coatings, paints, preservatives, cutting oils, and other contaminants. If the material is contaminated, special precautions (such as process control and personal protective equipment, appropriate to the nature of the suspected contaminants) should be taken to avoid resulting exposures when handling, cutting (mechanical or thermal), and/or melting.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate which has been obtained from other companies and organizations. However, no warranty or representation is expressed or implied that the information is accurate, complete or representative.

Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third persons, if reasonable safety procedures are not followed. Additionally, Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to the buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third person caused by abnormal use of material, even if reasonable safety procedures are followed.

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  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

ISSUE DATE:     February 21, 1994

PRODUCT NAME:     Custom Seal Anchor Bars

PRODUCT NUMBER:     052020
 

Chemical Name/Synonym:  Galvalume Sheet-Carbon Steel
Chemical Formula: N/A
Trade Name/Synonym: N/A 
24-Hour Emergency Phone Number: 1-800-370-7325 

 
MANUFACTURER:

          Custom Seal, Inc.
          P.O. Box 1290
          708 Graham Drive
          Fremont, OH 43420

SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

Steel products, under normal conditions, do not present an inhalation, ingestion, contact health or environmental hazard. However, operations such as burning, welding, sawing, brazing, grinding, and possibly machining, etc., which result in elevating the temperature of the product to or above its melting point or result in the generation of airborne particulates, may present health hazards.
 

SECTION 3: PHYSICAL DATA
 

Appearance/Odor: Metallic Gray, no odor
Boiling Point:  N/Ao Freezing Point: N/A 
Melting Point (base metal): 1500oC (2750oF) Specific Gravity: 7.85 
Melting Point (metallic coating):  560oC (1040oF) Vapor Density (air = 1): N/A 
Vapor Pressure (@ 20oC):  N/A Solubility in Water:  No
Percent Volatiles:  N/A Evaporation Rate:  N/A
pH (full strength): N/A Oil/Water Dist. Coefficient: N/A
Odor Threshold Conc.:  N/A

 

SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
 
 

Flash Point:   N/A oF
Flammable (explosive limits in air): 
 
Upper Level: 
Lower Level:
  N/A 
  N/A

Not flammable or combustible. Steel products in the solid state present no fire or explosion hazard and do not contribute to the combustion of other materials.

Extinguishing Media:                             N/A
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:          None
Hazardous Combustion Products:     Stable under normal conditions of use, storage, and
transport.  Will react with strong acid to liberate hydrogen. At temperatures above the melting
point, may liberate fumes containing oxides of iron and alloying elements.

Oxidizing Material:     Does not cause or contribute to combustion of other material by yielding oxidizer.
 

Ingredients and Recommended Occupational Exposure Limit:
 

Ingredient:  Iron
CAS No.1309-37-1   % Weight:  Balance WHMIS: D2B
TDG:  Not classified LD50/LC50:  5.4 gm/kg, mouse/oral 
OSHA PEL:  Iron oxide fume- 10 mg/m3,  Total dust-15mg/m3 (PNOR),Respirable Fraction - 5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV:  5 mg/m3 (fume) (PNOC) 
Ingredient:  Aluminum (E) 
CAS No. 7429-90-5 % Weight: .10 max.  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50: No information 
OSHA PEL: Total  dust-15mg/m3(PNOR), Respirable  fraction & Welding fume  - 5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (dust), 5 mg/m3    (welding fumes)
 
Ingredient:  Carbon 
CAS No. 7440-44-0 % Weight: .005/.25  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified  LD50/LC50: No information 
OSHA PEL:  Total dust-15mg/m3 (PNOR), Respirable fraction - 5 mg/m3 (PNOR)
ACGIH TLV:  10 mg/m3 (PNOC) 
 
Ingredient: Manganese (E/E+)
CAS No. 7439-96-5 % Weight:  .05/1.90  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50:  9 gm/kg, rat/oral 
OSHA PEL: Dust & Fume- 1 mg/m3 3 mg/m3(STEL)
ACGIH TLV:  5 mg/m3 (dust), 1 mt/m3 (fume), 3 mg/m3 (STEL) (fume) 
 
Ingredient: Phosphorus (E)
CAS No. 7723-14-0 % Weight:  .15 max  WHMIS: N/A
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50:  No information 
OSHA PEL:  Total dust-15mg/m3 (PNOR), Respirable fraction -  5 mg/m3 (PNOR) 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (PNOC) 
 
Ingredient: Sulfer 
CAS No. 7704-34-9 % Weight: .05 max  WHMIS: N/A
TDG:  Not classified LD50/LC50:   No information 
OSHA PEL:  Total dust-15 mg/m3 (PNOR) Respirable fraction- 5 mg/m3 (PNOR) 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (PNOC) 
 
Ingredient:  Aluminum (E) 
CAS No. 7429-90-5 % Weight: 6 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50: No information
OSHA PEL: Total dust - 15 mg/m3, Respirable  Fraction  & welding fume -5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (dust),      5 mg/m3  (welding fume) 
 
Ingredient: Iron 
CAS No. 1309-37-1 % Weight: .2 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG:  Not classified  LD50/LC50: 5.4 gm/kg, mouse/oral 
OSHA PEL: Iron oxide dust & fume       - 10 mg/m3 (PNOR),  Total particulates (as Fe) 
ACGIH TLV: 5 mg/m3 (fume) 
 
Ingredient: Silicon 
CAS No. 7440-21-3 % Weight: .2 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50:  No information
OSHA PEL:  Total dust - 10 mg/m3, Respirable fraction - 5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV:  10 mg/m3 
 
Ingredient: Zinc (E/E+) 
CAS No. 1314-13-2 % Weight: .5 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG:  Not classified  LD50/LC50: No information 
OSHA PEL: 5 mg/m3 (fume),      10 mg/m3 (STEL), 5 mg/m3(dust) (respirable fraction) 10 mg/m3  (total dust)
ACGIH TLV: 5 mg/m3 (fume),     10 mg/m3 (STEL),     10 mg/m3  (dust)

 

SECTION 5: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Effects of Overexposure:

Chronic inhalation of high concentrations of iron oxide fumes or dusts may lead to a benign
pneumoconiosis (siderosis). Inhalation of high concentrations of ferric oxide may possibly
enhance the risk of lung cancer development in workers exposed to pulmonary carcinogens.

The inhalation of high concentrations of freshly formed oxide fumes and dusts of Manganese,
Copper, Lead and/or Zinc in the respirable particle size range can cause an influenza-like illness termed metal fume fever. Typical symptoms last 12 to 48 hours and are characterized by metallic taste in mouth, dryness and irritation of the throat, followed by weakness, muscle pain, fever and chills. Continuous exposures to high concentrations of manganese can cause central nervous system disorders and "manganese pneumonia." Fibrosis of lung tissue from manganese exposures has also been reported for products containing manganese only.

Long term inhalation exposure to high concentrations (overexposure) to pneumoconiotic agents may act synergistically with inhalation of oxides, fumes or dusts of this product to cause toxic effects.

Oil Coating may be used: Prolonged or repeated contact with unprotected skin may result in skin irritation. Torching or burning operations on steel products with oil coating may produce
emissions which can be irritating to the eyes and respiratory tract.
 

SECTION 6: EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
 

Respiratory:  For overexposure to airborne fumes and particulates, remove exposed person to fresh air. If breathing is difficult or has stopped, administer artificial respiration or oxygen as indicated. Seek medical attention promptly. Metal fume fever may be treated by bed rest, and administering a pain and fever reducing medication. Seek medical attention. 
 
Skin: 
 
If thermal burn has occurred, flush area with cold water. Seek medical attention. For mechanical abrasions, seek medical attention. 
 
Eyes: Flush eyes with large amounts of water to remove particles. Seek medical attention.

 

SECTION 7: SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
 

Respiratory:  NIOSH/MSHA-approved dust and fume respirators should be used to avoid excessive inhalation of particulates. Appropriate respirator selection depends on the magnitude of exposure. 
 
Skin:  Protective gloves should be worn as required for welding, burning or handling operations. Oil coating may be used: Wear gloves when handling; do not continue to use gloves or work clothing that has become saturated or soaked through with oil coating. Wash hands, and any area of skin after contact, with soap and water or waterless hand cleaner. 
 
Eyes:  Use safety glasses or goggles as required for welding, burning, sawing, brazing, grinding or machining to prevent excessive dust or fume exposure. 
 
Ventilation: Local exhaust ventilation should be provided when welding, burning, sawing, brazing, grinding or machining to prevent excessive dust or fume exposure. 
 
Other Protective Equipment:  Depending upon the conditions of use and specific work situations, additional protective equipment and/or clothing may be required to control exposures.
 
Precautions in Handling and Storage:  Operations with potential for generating high concentrations of airborne particulates should be evaluated and controlled as necessary. Avoid breathing metal fumes and/or dusts.
 
Spill or Leak Procedures:  Not applicable to steel in solid state. Dispose in accordance with state and local regulations. 

 

SECTION 8: HEALTH HAZARD DATA
 

Note:  Steel products under normal conditions do not present an inhalation, ingestion, contact health or environmental hazard. However, operations such as burning, welding, sawing, brazing, grinding, and possibly machining, etc., which result in elevating the temperature of the product to or above its melting point or result in the generation of airborne particulates, may present health hazards. 
 
Medical Conditions 
Aggravated by Exposure: 
Individuals with chronic respiratory disorders (ie, asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, etc) may be adversely affected by any fume or airborne particulate matter exposure. 
 
SARA Potential 
Hazard Categories are: 
   - Immediate Acute Health Hazard 
   - Delayed Chronic Health Hazard 
 
Carcinogen Information: No ingredients of this product are listed by the NTP Annual Report on Carcinogens or have been found to be a potential carcinogen in the IARC Monographs or by OSHA.

 

SECTION 9: REGULATORY INFORMATION COMPONENTS

Note:     The listing of regulations relating to this product may not be complete and should not be solely relied upon for all regulatory compliance responsibilities.
 

Components:
   Regulation 
Al = SARA 313 if > 1.0%;    SDWA;RCRA;DOT 
Mn = SARA 313 if > 1.0%
P = SARA 313 if > 1.0%     CWA; CERCLA; SARA 302; DOT
S = SARA 302;    DOT 
Zn = SARA 313 if > 1.0%    CWA 304 & 307; SDWA, RCRA; CERCLA; SARA 110; DOT 

 
 

Abbreviations: 
CAA Clean Air Act
CERCLA  Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act
CWA Clean Water Act 
DOT  Department of Transportation
IARC International Agency for Research on Cancer 
TDG  Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act 
NTP National Toxicology Program
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration
RCRA  Resource Conservation Recovery Act
SARA Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 
SDWA Safe Drinking Water Act 
TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act 

 
Regulatory Information:

U.S. OSHA R-T-K: Contains regulated material
 

Pennsylvania R-T-K: 
     E   = 
     E+ = 
     S   =
Contains regulated material 
Environmental Hazard 
Environmental hazard any compound this substance 
Special Hazard Substance
 
New Jersey R-T-K: 
     H = 
Contains regulated material 
Special Health Hazard Substance
 
California Prop. 65: This product contains a material known to the State of California to cause cancer. 
 
SARA 313:  Aluminum, Manganese, Zinc - the listed materials are subject to SARA 313 reporting requirements. Please also note that if you pre-package or otherwise re-distribute this product to industrial customers, SARA 313 requires that a notice be sent to those customers. 
 
WHMIS: (Canadian): D-2-B Product Classification 

 
1991 NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances Reference - 44891, 5557, 25416, 48152, 60758, 9104, 79351, 90370

Definitions:

PNOC:  Particulates not otherwise classified 
PNOR:  Particulates not otherwise regulated 
STEL: Short term exposure limit. A 15-minute time-weighted average value. 

DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate which has been obtained from other companies and organizations. However, no warranty or representation is expressed or implied that the information is accurate, complete or representative.

Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third persons, if reasonable safety procedures are not followed. Additionally, Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to the buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third person caused by abnormal use of material, even if reasonable safety procedures are followed.

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  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

ISSUE DATE:    February 21, 1994

PRODUCT NAME:    Custom Seal 2" Seam Plates

PRODUCT NUMBER: 052690
 

Chemical Name/Synonym: Galvalume Sheet-Carbon Steel 
Chemical Formula:  N/A 
Trade Name/Synonym: N/A 
24-Hour Emergency Phone Number:  1-800-370-7325 

MANUFACTURER:

          Custom Seal, Inc.
          P.O. Box 1290
          708 Graham Drive
          Fremont, OH 43420

SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

Steel products, under normal conditions, do not present an inhalation, ingestion, contact health or environmental hazard. However, operations such as burning, welding, sawing, brazing, grinding, and possibly machining, etc., which result in elevating the temperature of the product to or above its melting point or result in the generation of airborne particulates, may present health hazards.

SECTION 3: PHYSICAL DATA
 

Appearance/Odor: Metallic Gray, no odor
Boiling Point:  N/Ao Freezing Point: N/A 
Melting Point (base metal): 1500oC (2750oF) Specific Gravity: 7.85 
Melting Point (metallic coating):  560oC (1040oF) Vapor Density (air = 1): N/A
Vapor Pressure (@ 20oC): N/A  Solubility in Water: No 
Percent Volatiles: N/A Evaporation Rate: N/A 
pH (full strength): N/A  Oil/Water Dist. Coefficient: N/A
Odor Threshold Conc.: N/A 

 

SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA

Flash Point:                                         N/A oF
Flammable (explosive limits in air):
                                                            Upper Level: N/A
                                                            Lower Level: N/A

Not flammable or combustible. Steel products in the solid state present no fire or explosion hazard and do not contribute to the combustion of other materials.

Extinguishing Media:                         N/A
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:      None

Hazardous Combustion Products: Stable under normal conditions of use, storage, and transport. Will react with strong acid to liberate hydrogen. At temperatures above the melting point, may liberate fumes containing oxides of iron and alloying elements.

Oxidizing Material: Does not cause or contribute to combustion of other material by yielding oxidizer.

Ingredients and Recommended Occupational Exposure Limit:

Ingredient:  Iron
CAS No.1309-37-1   % Weight:  Balance WHMIS: D2B
TDG:  Not classified LD50/LC50:  5.4 gm/kg, mouse/oral 
OSHA PEL:  Iron oxide fume- 10 mg/m3,  Total dust-15mg/m3 (PNOR),Respirable Fraction - 5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV:  5 mg/m3 (fume) (PNOC) 
Ingredient:  Aluminum (E) 
CAS No. 7429-90-5 % Weight: .10 max.  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50: No information 
OSHA PEL: Total  dust-15mg/m3(PNOR), Respirable Fraction & Welding fume  - 5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (dust), 5 mg/m3    (welding fumes)
 
Ingredient:  Carbon 
CAS No. 7440-44-0 % Weight: .005/.25  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified  LD50/LC50: No information 
OSHA PEL:  Total dust-15mg/m3 (PNOR), Respirable fraction - 5 mg/m3 (PNOR)
ACGIH TLV:  10 mg/m3 (PNOC) 
 
Ingredient: Manganese (E/E+)
CAS No. 7439-96-5 % Weight:  .05/1.90  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50:  9 gm/kg, rat/oral 
OSHA PEL: Dust & Fume- 1 mg/m3 3 mg/m3(STEL)
ACGIH TLV:  5 mg/m3 (dust), 1 mt/m3 (fume), 3 mg/m3 (STEL) (fume) 
 
Ingredient: Phosphorus (E)
CAS No. 7723-14-0 % Weight:  .15 max  WHMIS: N/A
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50:  No information 
OSHA PEL:  Total dust-15mg/m3 (PNOR), Respirable fraction -  5 mg/m3 (PNOR) 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (PNOC) 
 
Ingredient: Sulfer 
CAS No. 7704-34-9 % Weight: .05 max  WHMIS: N/A
TDG:  Not classified LD50/LC50:   No information 
OSHA PEL:  Total dust-15 mg/m3 (PNOR) Respirable fraction- 5 mg/m3 (PNOR) 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (PNOC) 
 
Ingredient:  Aluminum (E) 
CAS No. 7429-90-5 % Weight: 6 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50: No information
OSHA PEL: Total dust - 15 mg/m3, Respirable  Fraction  & welding fume -5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV: 10 mg/m3 (dust),      5 mg/m3  (welding fume) 
 
Ingredient: Iron 
CAS No. 1309-37-1 % Weight: .2 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG:  Not classified  LD50/LC50: 5.4 gm/kg, mouse/oral 
OSHA PEL: Iron oxide dust & fume       - 10 mg/m3 (PNOR),  Total particulates (as Fe) 
ACGIH TLV: 5 mg/m3 (fume) 
 
Ingredient: Silicon 
CAS No. 7440-21-3 % Weight: .2 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG: Not classified LD50/LC50:  No information
OSHA PEL:  Total dust - 10 mg/m3, Respirable fraction - 5 mg/m3 
ACGIH TLV:  10 mg/m3 
 
Ingredient: Zinc (E/E+) 
CAS No. 1314-13-2 % Weight: .5 max  WHMIS: D2B
TDG:  Not classified  LD50/LC50: No information 
OSHA PEL: 5 mg/m3 (fume),      10 mg/m3 (STEL), 5 mg/m3(dust) (respirable fraction) 10 mg/m3  (total dust)
ACGIH TLV: 5 mg/m3 (fume),     10 mg/m3 (STEL),     10 mg/m3  (dust)

 
SECTION 5: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Effects of Overexposure:

Chronic inhalation of high concentrations of iron oxide fumes or dusts may lead to a benign pneumoconiosis (siderosis). Inhalation of high concentrations of ferric oxide may possibly enhance the risk of lung cancer development in workers exposed to pulmonary carcinogens.

The inhalation of high concentrations of freshly formed oxide fumes and dusts of Manganese, Copper, Lead and/or Zinc in the respirable particle size range can cause an influenza-like illness termed metal fume fever. Typical symptoms last 12 to 48 hours and are characterized by metallic taste in mouth, dryness and irritation of the throat, followed by weakness, muscle pain, fever and chills. Continuous exposures to high concentrations of manganese can cause central nervous system disorders and "manganese pneumonia." Fibrosis of lung tissue from manganese exposures has also been reported for products containing manganese only.

Long term inhalation exposure to high concentrations (overexposure) to pneumoconiotic agents may act synergistically with inhalation of oxides, fumes or dusts of this product to cause toxic effects.

Oil Coating may be used: Prolonged or repeated contact with unprotected skin may result in skin irritation. Torching or burning operations on steel products with oil coating may produce emissions which can be irritating to the eyes and respiratory tract.
 

SECTION 6: EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
 
 

Respiratory:  For overexposure to airborne fumes and particulates, remove exposed person to fresh air. If breathing is difficult or has stopped, administer artificial respiration or oxygen as indicated. Seek medical attention promptly.  Metal fume fever may be treated by bed rest, and administering a pain and fever reducing medication. Seek medical attention. 
Skin: If thermal burn has occurred, flush area with cold water. Seek medical attention. For mechanical abrasions, seek medical attention. 
Eyes:  Flush eyes with large amounts of water to remove particles. Seek medical attention. 

 
 
SECTION 7: SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
 
 

Respiratory:      NIOSH/MSHA-approved dust and fume respirators should be used to avoid excessive inhalation of particulates. Appropriate respirator selection depends on the magnitude of exposure. 
Skin:          Protective gloves should be worn as required for welding, burning or handling operations. Oil coating may be used: Wear gloves when handling; do not continue to use gloves or work clothing that has become saturated or soaked through with oil coating. Wash hands, and any area of skin after contact, with soap and water or waterless hand cleaner. 
Eyes:    Use safety glasses or goggles as required for welding, burning, sawing, brazing, grinding or machining to prevent excessive dust or fume exposure
Ventilation:  Local exhaust ventilation should be provided when welding, burning, sawing, brazing, grinding or machining to prevent excessive dust or fume exposure. 
Other Protective  Equipment:    Depending upon the conditions of use and specific work situations, additional protective equipment and/or clothing may be required to control exposures. 
Precautions in  Handling and Storage:  Operations with potential for generating high concentrations of airborne  particulates should be evaluated and controlled as necessary. Avoid breathing metal fumes and/or dusts. 
Spill or Leak  Procedures:    Not applicable to steel in solid state. Dispose in accordance with state and local regulations. 

 

SECTION 8: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Note: Steel products under normal conditions do not present an inhalation, ingestion, contact health or environmental hazard. However, operations such as burning, welding, sawing, brazing, grinding, and possibly machining, etc., which result in elevating the temperature of the product to or above its melting point or result in the generation of airborne particulates, may present health hazards.

Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: Individuals with chronic respiratory disorders (ie, asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, etc) may be adversely affected by any fume or airborne particulate matter exposure.

SARA Potential Hazard Categories are:
    - Immediate Acute Health Hazard
    - Delayed Chronic Health Hazard

Carcinogen Information: No ingredients of this product are listed by the NTP Annual Report on Carcinogens or have been found to be a potential carcinogen in the IARC Monographs or by OSHA.

SECTION 9: REGULATORY INFORMATION COMPONENTS

Note: The listing of regulations relating to this product may not be complete and should not be solely relied upon for all regulatory compliance responsibilities.
 

Components:  Regulation
Al = SARA 313 if > 1.0%; SDWA;RCRA;DOT
Mn = SARA 313 if > 1.0% 
P =  SARA 313 if > 1.0% CWA; CERCLA; SARA 302; DOT 
S =  SARA 302; DOT 
Zn =  SARA 313 if > 1.0% CWA 304 & 307; SDWA, RCRA; CERCLA; 
SARA 110; DOT

   

Abbreviations:
CAA Clean Air Act 
CERCLA Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act 
CWA Clean Water Act 
DOT  Department of Transportation 
IARC International Agency for Research on Cancer 
TDG Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act 
NTP  National Toxicology Program 
OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration 
RCRA  Resource Conservation Recovery Act
SARA Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 
SDWA Safe Drinking Water Act 
TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act 

Regulatory Information:
U.S. OSHA R-T-K: Contains regulated material
 

Pennsylvania R-T-K: 
E    = 
E+ = 
S   =
Contains regulated material 
Environmental Hazard 
Environmental hazard any compound this substance 
Special Hazard Substance
New Jersey R-T-K: 
H =
Contains regulated material 
Special Health Hazard Substance 
California Prop. 65: This product contains a material known to the State of California to cause cancer. 
SARA 313: Aluminum, Manganese, Zinc - the listed materials are subject to SARA 313 reporting requirements. Please also note that if you pre-package or otherwise re-distribute this product to industrial customers, SARA 313 requires that a notice be sent to those customers. 
WHMIS: (Canadian): D-2-B Product Classification 

 
1991 NIOSH Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances Reference - 44891, 5557, 25416, 48152, 60758, 9104, 79351, 90370

Definitions:

PNOC: Particulates not otherwise classified 
PNOR: Particulates not otherwise regulated 
STEL:  Short term exposure limit. A 15-minute time-weighted average value.

 
DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate which has been obtained from other companies and organizations. However, no warranty or representation is expressed or implied that the information is accurate, complete or representative.

Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third persons, if reasonable safety procedures are not followed. Additionally, Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to the buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third person caused by abnormal use of material, even if reasonable safety procedures are followed.

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  MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1: CHEMICA

L PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

ISSUE DATE: February 21, 1994

PRODUCT NAME: Custom Seal Polyester 501 Separator Sheet

PRODUCT NUMBER: 050170
 

Chemical Name: Polyester 501
Chemical Family: N/A 
24-Hour Emergency Phone Number:  1-800-370-7325 

MANUFACTURER:

          Custom Seal, Inc.
          P.O. Box 1290
          708 Graham Drive
          Fremont, OH 43420

SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200; 48 FR 53280 (November 25, 1983) is intended to ensure that the hazards of all "hazardous chemicals" be identified and that this information, along with information on protective measures be passed along to users in the manufacturing sector and their employees. The Material Safety Data Sheet or MSDS is the vehicle designed to convey this information.

OSHA realizes that requests would be made for MSDS's on materials not readily classified as "hazardous chemicals". Therefore, they provided for four categories of substances which are excluded from the standard. (See 48 FR 53289, 53290, 53340.)

One of these exemptions is for "articles". An article is defined as "any item formed into specific shape or design for a particular end use function..." 48 FR 53289. Since Polyester 501 meets this definition and does not release or cause exposure to a hazardous chemical no MSDS is required.

DISCLAIMER

The information contained herein is based on data considered accurate which has been obtained from other companies and organizations. However, no warranty or representation is expressed or implied that the information is accurate, complete or representative.

Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third persons, if reasonable safety procedures are not followed. Additionally, Custom Seal, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to the buyer, the buyer's employees, or any third person caused by abnormal use of material, even if reasonable safety procedures are followed.

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