SAFETY DATA SHEET
SECTION 1: PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Manufacturer’s Name: Spectrum
PRODUCT NAME: POLYURETHANE
Hazard Ratings: Health 2 1= Slight
Flammability 2 0=
Reactivity 1 0= Least
Protection G Safety glasses, Gloves, Respirator
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) 446 grams per liter/max.
SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION
Hazardous Component OSHA PEL ACGIH
TLV OTHER mm HG @ Temp % CAS#
Mineral Spirits 500ppm 100ppm
100 7.0 100 F 26 8052-41-3
SECTION 3: PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
POINT: 325º F
DENSITY: Heavier than Air
V.O.C.: 446 grams per liter;
IN WATER: Insoluble
RATE: Slower than ether
PRESSURE (mm HG): 15
APPEARANCE: Liquid with solvent odor
SECTION 4: FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA
MEDIA: Foam, CO2, Dry Chemical
FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Closed Containers Exposed To Heat May Rupture; Cool
FIRE and EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None
LIMITS: LEL: 1.1%; UEL: 5.9%
SECTION 5: REACTIVITY DATA
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION or BY-PRODUCTS: Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur.
not mix with other chemicals
CONDITIOINS TO AVOID:
Extreme heat, sparks, or flame
SECTION 6: HEALTH HAZARD DATA
ROUTES OF ENTRY:
cause headache, irritation of throat & lungs, & dizziness.
EYES: Possibly irritating to eyes
irritation to digestive tract
HEALTH HAZARDS (ACUTE and
CHRONIC): Acute: Over exposure can cause eye and skin
irritation. Inhalation can cause acute
nervous system depression characterized by nasal irritation, headache,
dizziness, confusion, or unconsciousness.
Chronic: Repeated and prolonged overexposure to vapors
may cause kidney or liver damage, permanent brain and central nervous system
damage, and other serious health problems
LARC MONOGRAPHS: No
OSHA REULATIONS: No
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID
SKIN CONTACT: Rinse
skin with clean water. Apply skin cream
if irritation results.
EYE CONTACT: Immediately
flush eyes with clean water for 15 minutes.
If irritation persist,
MEDICAL/ PHYSICIANS HELP.
to fresh air.
drink large quantities of water, do not induce vomiting.
MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.
SECTION 7: PRECATUIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING & USE
SMALL SPILLS: Ventilate area, remove all sources of
ignition. Contain and remove with inert
absorbent and non-sparking tools.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: Approved landfill, complying with all
state, federal and local regulations.
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN
IN HANDLING AND STORAGE: Store in a cool, well ventilated area away from sources of
ignition. Store large quantities in
buildings designed to comply with OSHA 1910.106. Keep product out of reach of children.
SECTION 8: CONTROL
RESPITORY PROTECTION: Wear properly fitted approved vapor
respirator or an air supplying respirator unless ventilation is adequate to
keep airborne contamination below applicable OSHA, PEL or ACGIH TLV
occupational exposure limits.
VENTILATION: Provide sufficient ventilation in volume and
pattern, with explosion proof equipment to keep air contaminant concentration
below applicable OSHA, PEL or ACGIH TLV occupational exposure limits.
EYE PROTECTION: Chemical goggles with side shields.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES: Rubber or neoprene.
CLOTHING: Coveralls and hood recommended
during spray application
Wash hands before eating or using the restroom
SECTION 9: ADDITIONAL
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: Dispose of waste in an authorized waste
disposal facility in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
container retains product residue and vapor.
Observe all precautions when empty.
Washing container will not make it safe for food or cosmetic storage. Keep empty containers tightly sealed and
away from the reach of children.