Xylol - Pacer Car Clean Products

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Car Clean Products NZ Limited
Ph + 64 9 250 0091 - Fax + 64 9 250 0092 - www.pacer.co.nz
33 Ha Crescent, Wiri - P O Box 97 948 - Manukau - Auckland 2241 - New Zealand
SAFETY DATA SHEET
Section 1.
Identification of the material and the supplier
Product:
Product Code:
Product Use:
Xylol/Xylene
XYL
Industrial chemical
New Zealand Supplier:
Address:
Car Clean Products NZ Limited
33 Ha Crescent
Wiri
Auckland
Telephone:
Fax Number:
09 250 0091
09 250 0092
Emergency Telephone:
0800 POISON (0800 764 766)
Date of MSDS Preparation:
February 2014
Section 2.
Composition / Information on Ingredients
Ingredients
Xylene
Proportion (% mass)
1
CAS Number
1330-20-7
<10.0
100-41-4
Contains: Ethyl Benzene
Section 3.
Hazards Identification
Harmful if swallowed. Harmful if inhaled. Causes eye irritation. May cause an allergic skin
reaction. Extremely flammable liquid and vapour. Harmful to aquatic life.
This product is classified as hazardous under HSNO criteria.
Potential Health Effects
Product Name: Xylol/Xylene
Date of SDS : February 2014
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If swallowed, may cause lung damage on vomiting. Will cause
central nervous system depression. May cause discomfort on
swallowing. Vapours will cause drowsiness and dizziness and
ingestion may result in headaches and nausea.
Swallowed
Eyes
Will cause redness and swelling with a burning sensation and
blurred vision.
Skin
Irritating to the skin with prolonged exposure. It may result in
dryness and cracking.
Inhalation
Harmful by inhalation. Vapours will cause dizziness and
drowsiness. There is a possibility of organ damage over
prolonged use or exposure. Central Nervous System depression
includes nausea, dizziness and possibly loss of consciousness.
Section 4.
First Aid Measures
Routes of Exposure:
Eye
Hold eyes open and flush with water for at least 15 minutes.
Skin
Immediately remove contaminated clothing and wash skin and
clothes thoroughly with running water.
Ingestion
Do not induce vomiting. Give glass of water. If victim not
breathing begin artificial respiration. Obtain medical attention.
Inhalation
Remove to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, seek medical
attention immediately
Section 5.
Fire Fighting Measures
Suitable Extinguishing media
Dry chemical or foam.
Fire and Explosion hazards
Flammable liquid. Vapour accumulation could flash and/or
explode if ignited
Fire Fighting Instructions
Fire fighters must use recommended protective equipment
and self-contained breathing apparatus.
Hazchem Code 3[Y]
Section 6.
Accidental Release Measures
Land Spill or Leaks
Product Name: Xylol/Xylene
Date of SDS : February 2014
Evacuate spill area and eliminate all ignition sources.
Report spill to fire brigade. If possible remove leaking
containers to a detached area wearing approved respirator
and personal protection equipment. Bund spill area with
inert material. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Do not
breathe vapour. Extinguish naked flames. Remove
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ignition sources. No smoking. Evacuate the area of all
non-essential personnel. Shut off leaks, if possible without
personal risk. Wear full-face respirator with canister and
filter
Section 7.
Handling and Storage
Handling Advice:
Store away from heat and open flames. Store at ambient
temperatures. Keep containers tightly closed and in a wellventilated place
Storing Procedures:
Store away from heat and open flames. Store at ambient
temperatures. Keep containers tightly closed and in a wellventilated place. Do not store alongside food or feedstuffs.
Section 8
Exposure Controls / Personal Protection
Engineering Controls:
Use only in well ventilated area. Eliminate sources of static
buildup. Earth bulk containers.
Personal Protective Equipment: Wear half face respirator with organic vapour cartridge
with built-in particulate filter NPF20 (gas only). Chemical
monogoggles ,PVC gloves, chemical resistant safety
shoes or boots and standard issue work clothes should be
worn
Section 9
Physical and Chemical Properties
Physical State:
Colour:
Odour:
Solubility in water, % mass:
Relative Vapour Density (air=1):
Boiling point:
Ignition Point:
Flash Point :
Specific Gravity:
Vapour [email protected] 20 C,
Volatiles:
Section 10.
Clear liquid
Colourless
Characteristic
0.175 kg/m3
3.7
136-145 C :
432-530
23-27 C
0.87
0.8-1.2 kPa:
100%
Stability and Reactivity
Chemical Stability
Stable at room temperature and pressure
Conditions to Avoid
Sources of heat and ignition, open flames
Incompatibility
Mixing with strong oxidizing agents causes violent
reactions.
Product Name: Xylol/Xylene
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Hazardous Decomposition
Products
Section 11
Toxicological Information
Acute Oral Toxicity
Acute Dermal Toxicity
Inhalation
Long term Effects
Section 12.
No decomposition products except in fire then carbon
dioxide and carbon monoxide.
>2000 mg/kg (rat)
>2000 mg/kg (rabbit)
>20 mg/l for 4 hour (rat)
This product may contain 0.1 to 1% ethylbenzene. IARC
has evaluated ethylbenzene and classified it as a
“possible human carcinogen” based on sufficient
evidence for cancer in exposed humans.
Ecotoxicological Information
Environmental Precautions:
Ecological Toxicity
Readily biodegradable. Oxidises rapidly by photo-chemical
reactions in the air.
Environmental Fate:
Soil
Product is highly volatile and will rapidly evaporate to the
air.
Water
As for soil
Environmental Exposure Limits
EEL water Not set
Section 13.
Disposal Considerations
Dispose of waste at an appropriate waste disposal facility in accordance with local authority
bylaws.
Empty and open containers can retain vapour residues for long periods of time risking
unintended ignition or explosion. Puncture or crush before sending to a landfill.
Section 14
Transport Information
Road, Rail, Marine and Air Transport
UN No
Class-primary
Packing Group
Proper Shipping Name:
Product Name: Xylol/Xylene
Date of SDS : February 2014
: 1307
:3
: III
: Xylene
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Section 15
Regulatory Information
Primary HSNO Class
Subsidiary classes
ERMA Approval No
Section 16
3.1B,
6.1D, 6.3A, 6.4A, 6.8A, 6.9B, 9.1D, 9.3C
HSR001511
Other Information
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Packaged in 4lt, 20lt & 200lt containers. Codes XYL4, XYL20, XYL9.
The information herein is given in good faith, but no warranty, express or implied is made.
Please contact the New Zealand proprietor, Car Clean Products NZ Limited,
Phone: 09 250 0091, if further information is required.
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Product Name: Xylol/Xylene
Date of SDS : February 2014
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Car Clean Products NZ Limited
Ph + 64 9 250 0091 - Fax + 64 9 250 0092 - www.pacer.co.nz
33 Ha Crescent, Wiri - P O Box 97 948 - Manukau - Auckland 2241 - New Zealand
XYLOL
PURPOSE:
Pacer Xylol is a clear colourless liquid with a mild hydrocarbon odour
and medium volatility. Xylol is excellent for use with many synthetic and
natural resins, fats and waxes.
DIRECTIONS:
Cleaning: Spray or wipe on to surface, agitate to clean and wipe off with a
clean cloth or allow to evaporate.
DANGER: GIVES OFF HIGHLY FLAMMABLE VAPOUR.
Keep well away from heat, sparks and open flame. Keep closed when not in
use.
WARNING:
Do not eat, drink or smoke whilst using. Avoid breathing vapour, Use with
adequate ventilation. When using wear nitrile gloves, goggles and mask. Store
in original container away from food. Dispose of empty container in a safe
manner.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Product Name: Xylol/Xylene
Date of SDS : February 2014
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