This MSDS covers part numbers 70016T, 70128T,70640T, 73840T
and 77040T for
Tap Magic Xtra-Thick Cutting Fluid. Click for a printable PDF.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD, 29 CFR 1910.1200
The Steco Corporation
2330 Cantrell Road
P.O. Box 2238
Little Rock, AR 72203
Emergency Response: (800) 255-3924
Information: (800) 643-8026
Fax #: (501) 374-4278
Date Reviewed: August 15, 2011
TRADE NAME: TAP MAGIC Xtra-Thick Cutting Fluid
CHEMICAL NAME & SYNONYMS: Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Additives
DOT SHIPPING NAME: Not a regulated chemical
HMIS/NFPA CODE: Health 1; Fire 1; Reactivity 1
MANUFACTURING CODE NO.: 8358
COMMODITY CODE NO.: 332-9150
I. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Chlorinated Paraffins: CAS # 61788-76-9 • ACGIH TLV mg/m3 ppm, N/A • Max. % <60
Napthenic Oil: CAS # 64742-53-6 • ACGIH TLV mg/m3 ppm, N/A • Max. % <50
Sulfurized Paraffins: CAS # 64742-54-7 • ACGIH TLV mg/m3 ppm, N/A • Max. % <2
Petroleum Sulfonic Acid Salt: CAS # 68608-26-4 • ACGIH TLV mg/m3 ppm, 10 • Max. % <2
Petroleum Olefins: CAS # 64743-02-8 • ACGIH TLV mg/m3 ppm, 10 • Other limits recommended, TWA 1 mg/m3 • Max. % <2
* These products do not have a unique regulatory limit; however, the OSHA PEL for mineral oil is 5 mg/m3.
III. PHYSICAL DATA
BOILING RANGE, (760 mm, Mercury): N/A
SPECIFIC GRAVITY (Water =1), lbs/gal.: 1.2 (10.2 lbs/gal)
VAPOR PRESSURE (mm of Mercury) @ 68 degrees F: <5
VAPOR DENSITY (Air = 1): >1
SOLUBILITY IN WATER, % by weight: <1
EVAPORATION RATE (Butyl Acetate = 1): <1
% VOLATILE BY VOLUME: <1
APPEARANCE: Dark Liquid
pH: N/A (Non-Aqueous)
IV. FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA
FLASH POINT, TOC, TCC, PMCC: >300 degrees F
AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE: >700 degrees F
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: CO2, dry chemical foam, water fog
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Containers will self-pressurize on heating and should be cooled as soon possible during any fire fighting event to prevent explosive rupturing of containers.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD : This product may release toxic fumes when burned; including but not limited to: hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, and short chain hydrocarbons. Under fire conditions, sufficient evolution of such agents will occur to necessitate the use of self-contained breathing apparatus.
V. HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION
ROUTES OF ENTRY: Exposure may occur via inhalation, skin contact or ingestion.
EFFECTS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE:
INHALATION – (Unlikely due to low vapor pressure). Mist may cause headache, nasal, repiratory and eye irritation.
SKIN: Wash with soap and water. If rash or irrittion persists, see physician.
INGESTION – Headache, drowsiness, nausea, fatigue.
EYE: May cause pain and irritation.
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC OVEREXPOSURE:
Same as for acute overexposure.
CARCINOGENICITY: Not a carcinogen or suspect carcinogen.
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
EYE – Flush eyes gently with water for at least 15 minutes, forcibly holding eyelids open to ensure complete irrigation of all eye and lid tissue. See physician.
SKIN – Wash with soap and water. If rash or irritation persists, see physician.
INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. See physician if irritation persists. In case of exposure to fumes from fire, remove person to fresh air. If unconscious, have professional administer oxygen. If breathing stops, administer mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Call physician. If individual is conscious, give large quantities of water (milk if available). If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep airway clear and give more water.
VI. REACTIVITY DATA
STABILITY: Stable at ambient temperatures and pressure. Elevated temperature and exposure to strong alkalis, oxidizers, and/or acids will promote decomposition. Such decomposition results in the release of hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide, and sulfur compounds. At normal room temperatures, decomposition is virtually nil. Exposure
to strong direct sunlight may cause decomposition of some components present in this product.
INCOMPATIBILITY: Contact with alkali materials, oxidizers, or acids should be avoided.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: This product may release toxic fumes when burned; including but not limited to: hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, and short chain hydrocarbons.
CONDITIONS CONTRIBUTING TO HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: None
VII. DISPOSAL, SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
AQUATIC TOXICITY: Not Determined.
SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES: For small spills, soak up with shop towels or absorbent material such as oil-dry or vermiculite.For large spills, any leaks should be stopped. Spill should be contained, and then cleaned up using vacuum truck or absorbent material.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD – Dispose of in accordance with all local, state and federal regulations. "If inert absorbents are employed in spill containment or cleanup, these absorbents must be non-biodegradable materials if destined for landfill disposal. Suitable absorbents include natural minerals (clay), activated charcoal, man-made polymers (HD polyethylene)."
NEUTRALIZATION CHEMICALS: N/A
VIII. SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
EYE PROTECTION: Standard eye protection should be worn when
using this product.
SKIN PROTECTION: No special equipment is needed. However, good personal hygiene practices should be followed.
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: If application to which this product is being applied generates excessive mist or fumes, appropriate respiratory protective equipment should be used. No special requirements under ordinary conditions of use and proper ventilation of work area.
VENTILATION: No special requirements under ordinary conditions of use and with adequate ventilation.
IX. SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS
X. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
CAUTION: Any cutting fluid can be "overworked" or "overheated", causing it to break down. This overuse is identified by the sight of or strong odor of vapors or fumes not normally present. The effects of these vapors or fumes on human health have not been fully determined. After use of this product, clean and lubricate metal surfaces to avoid staining and/or corrosion. Always use with adequate ventilation. Shelf life is indefinite at ambient temperatures and left in original containers.
Tap Magic Xtra®-Thick DOES NOT CONTAIN 1,1,1-trichloroethane or any ozone depleting substances.
Incomplete combustion can produce carbon monoxide.
Tap Magic Xtra®-Thick does not contain any chemical compound listed on the SARA list of "Extremely Hazardous Chemicals" and is in compliance with all of the requirements of the TSCA at the time of shipment.
Prepared by: Asa L. Morton, Chief Chemist, American Interplex Corp, Little Rock, AR 72204 (501) 224-5060