1 Slight health hazard
2 Moderately combustible
SECTION 1: PRODUCT INFORMATION
Manufacturer: ADCO, Inc., 900 W. Main, Sedalia, MO 65301 (660) 826-3300
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS: CHEMTREC (800) 424-9300 24 HRS 7 DAYS A WEEK; ADCO (800) 821-7556 (8-5 M-F)
Intended Product Use: Spot and stain removal agent for drycleaning only.
Synonyms: American POG, APOG
SECTION 2: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
Chemical Name % CAS # OSHA PEL LD 50
Aromatic petroleum distillates 10-30 64742-95-6 100 ppm TWA oral: 4700 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: 3480 mg/kg (rat)
Cyclohexanol 3-7 108-93-0 50 ppm TWA oral: 2060 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: 1300 mg/kg (dog)
4-methyl, 2-pentanone 1-5 108-10-1 50 ppm TWA oral: 2080 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: >20 ml/kg (rabbit)
n-butyl alcohol 3-7 71-36-3 50 ppm TWA oral: 2500 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: 4200 mg/kg (rabbit)
pentyl acetate 3-7 628-63-7 100 ppm TWA oral: 6500 mg/kg (rat)
1-methoxy-2-propanol 10-30 107-98-2 100 ppm TWA oral: 6070 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: 12 ml/kg (rabbit)
Orthodichlorobenzene 1-5 95-50-1 25 ppm TWA oral: 1516 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: 10g/kg (rabbit)
Cyclohexanone 4-5 108-94-1 50 ppm TWA oral: 1900 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: >1 ml.kg (rabbit)
Petroleum distillates <50 8052-41-3 100 ppm TWA oral: >5000 mg/kg (rat)
dermal: >3160 mg/kg (rabbit)
SECTION 3: PHYSICAL DATA
Light yellow liquid 206癋 (96.7癈)
Appearance: Boiling Point:
Nut-like Slight-forms emulsion
Odor: Solubility in Water:
0.907 No data
Specific Gravity (20?C): Vapor Pressure (mm Hg):
9 Heavier than air
pH (20:80 in IPA/H2O Soln.): Vapor Density:
SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
Upper Flammable Limit:
104 (TCC) No data
Flash Point (Method)(癋): Lower Flammable Limit:
Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, water fog or other media for Class B fires.
Wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Cool containers with water spray.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:
Vapors may form combustible or explosive mixture with air. Combustible products may be toxic.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards:
SECTION 5: REACTIVITY DATA
Stable Use or storage at temperatures over 120癋.
Stability: Conditions to Avoid:
Incompatibility (materials to avoid):
Burning may produce toxic, irritating vapors.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:
Will not occur.
SECTION 6: HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Exposure to high concentrations of vapors may cause headaches, nausea, dizziness, or nose, throat or eye irritation. Contact with
Effects of Acute:
eyes, prolonged or repeated contact with skin may cause drying or irritation.
Orthodichlorobenzene is reported to cause liver and kidney damage with prolonged or repeated exposure.
None of the ingredients of this mixture have been identified as a carcinogen or probable carcinogen by ACGIH, IARC or OSHA.
*Hazard ratings and other information are based on latest available information from tests on product or ingredients of mixtures. The data and
evaluations are accurate to the best of ADCO's knowledge. No guarantee or liability is expressed or implied.
American Paint, Oil & Grease Remover
EXPOSURE LIMITS IRRITANCY OF PRODUCT SENSITIZATION TO PRODUCT CARCINOGENICITY
25 ppm TWA (orthodichlorobenzene) :
50 pm TWA (cyclohexanol, 4-methyl-2- No components are listed by ACGIH,
Slight eye and skin None reported
pentanone, n-butyl alcohol, IARC or OSHA.
TERATOGENICITY REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY MUTAGENICITY SYNERGISTIC PRODUCTS
No effects reported No effects reported None reported None reported
Based on known toxicity of components. No test data available on mixture.
SECTION 7: PREVENTATIVE MEASURES
SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
Respiratory Protection: None required when used as directed with adequate ventilation. When cleaning up large spills in confined areas,
self-contained breathing apparatus is recommended.
Ventilation: Normal industrial ventilation is adequate. Local exhaust at work station is recommended.
Protective Gloves: Ordinarily not needed. Use chemically resistant gloves when contact is prolonged or frequent.
Eye Protection: Use goggles or face mask if splashing is likely.
Other protection equipment ordinarily not needed. Availability of eye washes and adequate ventilation in work areas recommended.
Store in closed containers in a well ventilated area. Keep containers closed when not in use. Keep away from
STORAGE AND HANDLING:
heat and open flame.
Avoid breathing vapors. Keep from sources of ignition. Soak up on absorbent material (sawdust, etc.) and shovel
SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES:
into containers for disposal.
Dispose of in a manner that complies with all local, state and federal regulations for combustible wastes.
WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD:
RECOMMENDED PRECAUTIONARY LABELING:
CAUTION: FIRST AID:
Combustible. Keep away from heat and open flames. Remove person overcome by vapors to fresh air. In case of
Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid prolonged breathing contact with eyes, flush for 15 minutes with water. Wash off of
of vapors. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. skin with soap and water. If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting.
Call physician immediately.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. DO NOT TAKE INTERNALLY.
This product is intended for professional use only by trained personnel.
SECTION 8: FIRST AID
Inhalation: Remove person overcome by vapors to fresh air.
Eyes: Flush eyes for 15 minutes with water.
Skin: Wash off of skin with soap and water.
Ingestion: Do NOT induce vomiting.
IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, SEEK MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
SECTION 9: SARA TITLE III
NOTE: This product does contain some components which are under the reporting requirements of SARA Title III, Section 313. If you are required to report discharges using Form R, SARA Title III,
Section 313, information is available on amounts of reportable components.
SECTION 10: PREPARATION DATE
This information is provided for guidance only based on information we have compiled. No guarantee of accuracy or completeness is expressed or implied.
ADCO RESEARCH DEPARTMENT
Julie D. Jones
Date: March 2, 2004 Replaces MSDS of: April 11, 2000