MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
D-130 - Hagen Deodorizing Body Spray
|Section I. Product identification and uses||Section II. Hazardous ingredients|
|Product name - Hagen Deodorizing Body Spray|| Ethyl Alcohol - 64-17-5
80 - 85%
TLV - LD50 (rat,oral) 7060 mg/kg
LC (rat) = 31600 ppm/4h
|Chemical formula - Mixture|
|Chemical family - Not Available|
| Material uses - Deodorizes, adds luster,
fresh clean scent
|Section III. Physical data|
|Physical state and appearance/odor||Perfumed Liquid|
|Freezing point||Not Available|
|Boiling point||80° C|
|Vapor density||Not available|
|Vapor pressure||No Data|
|Evaporation rate||No Data|
|Solubility in water||Complete|
|Section IV. Fire and explosion data|
|Flash Point (tag Close cup)||No Data|
|Flammable limits in air||No Data|
|Means of extinction||Water fog, CO2, Foam, Dry Chemical|
|Special fire fighting procedures||None|
|Unusual fire and explosion hazards||None|
|Section V. Reactivity data|
|Conditions to avoid||No Data|
|Material to avoid||Avoid contact with strong oxidizers and cationic agents|
|Hazardous products of decomposition||This material may decompose at high temperatures to form CO, CO2 and oxides of nitrogen and sulfur|
|Dangerous Polymerization||No Data|
|Section VI. Toxicological properties|
|Routes of entry|
|Eye Contact||Moderate to severe irritation|
|Skin Contact||Moderate to severe irritation, especially on prolonged contact|
|Skin Absorption||No data. Not expected to to be readily absorbed through intact skin.|
|Inhalation||Inhalation of mist or spray can cause irritation of of the respiratory tract.|
|Ingestion||May cause irritation of the respiratory tract|
|Exposure limit of material||None established|
|Effects of acute exposure||Skin and eye irritation|
|Effects of chronic exposure||No Data|
|Section VII. First aid measures|
|Eye contact||Immediately flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes holding lids apart to ensure flushing of the entire surface. Washing eyes within 1 minute is essential to achieve maximum effectiveness. Seek medical attention.|
|Skin contact||Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and footwear. Wash clothing before re-use. Seek medical attention if irritation should develop.|
|Inhalation||Remove to fresh air.|
|Ingestion||If swallowed DO NOT induce vomiting. Small amounts of this liquid drawn into the lungs from swallowing or vomiting may cause severe health effects (e.g. BRONCOPNEUMONIA OR PULMONARY EDEMA). Seek medical attention. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.|
|Section VIII. Preventive measures|
|Precautionary Measures||Use adequate local exhaust ventilation.|
|Respiratory Protection||None required under normal conditions of use.|
|Eye Protection||Face shields and goggles or chemical goggles should be worn|
|Footwear||Standard work shoes|
|Clothing||Standard work clothing|
|Other Protective Measures||No Data|
|Section IX. Spill, Leak and Disposal Procedures|
|Action to take for spills or leaks||Stop leaks. Clean up spills immediately. Contain large spills and remove using vacuum truck. Soak up small spills with absorbent material and place in labeled waste container for disposal. Wear adequate protective clothing and equipment.|
|Waste disposal method||Landfill or incinerate in accordance with local, provincial and/or federal regulations.|
|Storage and handling|| Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing.
Avoid breathing mist or spray.
Wear chemical splash goggles, gloves and protective clothing when handling.
Use with adequate ventilation and employ respiratory protection where spray or mist may be generated.
Wash thoroughly after handling.
May cause allergic skin reaction.
Store in a dry place where the temperature is between 10° and 40° C.
Rolf C. Hagen Inc.
|Validated January 15, 1997|