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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Revision 01/05/00

FLAMMABILITY
DEGREE OF HAZARD
4=EXTREME
3=HIGH
2=MODERATE
1=SLIGHT
0=NIL
HEALTH   MSDS   REACTIVITY
SPECIAL HAZARD


Section I: General Information

Manufacturer:
Schaner's Waster Water Products, Inc.
302 Aspen Lane
Fulton, TX 78358
(800) 933-9109

Chemical Family:
Proprietary Formulation

DOT Classification:
Cleaner NOI


Section II: Hazardous Ingredients

Chemical:
The identities of individual components of this mixture are propriety information regarded to be a trade secret and are withheld in accordance with the provisions of 1910.1200 of Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations.

This product contains no hazardous ingredients. No ingredients ar listed on any Regulations List.


Section III: Health Hazard Data

EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE

Skin: Contact of this product upon the skin can cause slight irritation. There is also possibility of defatting of the skin due to the removal of the skins natural oils.

Eyes: Contact of this product upon the eyes can cause slight irritation of the eyes and eyelids.

Inhalation: Fumes from this product are generally considered non-toxic, but can cause slight irritation of the nose, nasal passages, and lungs.

Ingestion: When concentrated solutions of this product are swallowed, it can cause slight irritation to the mouth, esophagus, and stomach.

Skin: Flush exposed are with lukewarm water.

Eyes: Flush eyes with cool water for 15 minutes. Consult physician if irritation persists.

Inhalation: Fumes from this product are generally considered harmless.

Ingestion: If ingested, do not induce vomiting. Dilute stomach contents by drinking several glasses of water. Obtain medical care if irritation persists.

Fed/Osha: NONE

NTP: NONE

IARC: NONE

CAL/OSHA: NONE

None listed as a suspected cancer agent by OSHA, NTP, or IARC.


Section IV: Spill, Leak and Disposal Procedures

Spill Control

Small Spill  Flush area with water to an industrial sewer line.
Large Spill  Contain spill with dikes of absorbent materials such as clay, sand, or vermiculate. This material is not considered hazardous and may be disposed of as non-hazardous refuse.

Waste Disposal

All hazardous materials must be solidified and disposed of in an EPA approved class one facility. When disposing of chemicals, contact local, state, and federal environmental agencies to fully understand the necessary regulations governing the disposal of chemical wastes.

Section V: Fire and Explosion Hazards

Flash Point: Non-Flammable   Method: Average

Flammable Limits In Air   Lower: None   Upper: None

Fire Extinguishing Materials: Not Applicable

Special Fire Fighting Procedures: This product will not burn or support combustion.

Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: None

Note: Under normal conditions hazardous polymerization will not occur.

Section VI: Physical Data

Specific Gravity (water=1): 1.01

Percentage of Volatiles: N/A

Evaporation Rate (water=1): N/A

Ph (concentrate): Neutral

Solubility in Water: Complete

Appearance and Odor: Clear, No Odor

% Volatile by Volume: NIL

Section VII: Special Protection Information

Respiratory Protection: None

Protective Gloves: None

Eye Protection: When handling this product and there is the possibility of splashing, it is recommended that proper protection of the eyes be worn.

Other Equipment: None


Section VIII: Special Precautions

* Keep out of reach of children.

* Keep out of lakes, streams, and ponds.

* Chemicals can be hazardous if not respected. The use of proper equipment and procedures for handling chemicals are not only of benefit for their obvious uses, but can reduce the possibility of serious injury and time loss accidents.

* Keep this material away from high heat and observe proper housekeeping procedures.

* Do not mix chemicals unless instructed by qualified personnel.

NOTE: This data is furnished gratuitously independent of sale of the product and only for your investigation and independent verification. While data is believe to be correct, Schaner's Waster Water Products, Inc. shall in no event be responsible for damages whatsoever, directly or indirectly, resulting from the publication or use of or reliance upon data contained herein. No warranty, either implied or expressed, or merchantability of fitness or of any nature with respect to the product or to the data is made herein. You are urged to obtain data sheets for all Schaner's Waste Water Products, Inc. materials you buy, process, use or distribute, and are encouraged to advies anyone working with or exposed to such materials of the information contained herein.

SOURCES:
1) Dangerous properties of Industrial Material, Sax, 6th Ed.
2) Handling of Toxis and Hazardous Chemicals and Carcinogens, Sittig, 2nd Ed.
3) Condensed Chemical Dictionary, Hawley, Tenth Edition.
4) TLV's and Biological Exposure Indices for 1985-86 ACGIH, 2nd Print.
5) Director's List of Hazardous Substances State of CAL, 1st Printing.
6) Title 29 CFR Parts 1900 to 1910 Revised as of July 1, 1984.
7) Documentation of TLV's and BEI's ACGIH, Fifth Edition.
8) Guidelines for the Selection of Chemical Protective Clothing, ACGIH, 2nd Printing.
9) Emergency Response Guidebook, Department of Transportation, 1984 Ed.

Date: 1/05/00 Supercedes all previous data sheets for this product.


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