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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET:SUPER REAM II (NO KIT)

DATE OF ISSUE: 09/04/2003 SUPERCEDES: 09/21/1998
SECTION I - GENERAL INFORMATION
Chemical Name & Synonyms: Trade Name & Synonyms:
N/A SUPER REAM II (NO KIT)
Formula Mixture: X
Chemical Family:
SOLVENT/ACID MIXTURE
Manufacturer's Name:
CERTIFIED LABS, DIV. OF NCH CORP.
Address:
BOX 152170
IRVING, TEXAS 75015
Prepared By: Product Code Number Emergency Phone Number
L Boynton/Chemist 5942 800-424-9300

SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
THE HAZARDS PRESENTED BELOW ARE THOSE OF THE INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
Chemical Name (Ingredients) Hazard TLV PEL STEL CAS #
SULFURIC ACID CORROSIVE 1MG/M3 1. 1MG/M3 2. 3 MG/M3 1. 7664-93-9
SYNTHETIC ISOPARAFFINIC HYDROCARBON COMB./IRR. 5MG/M3$ 1 5MG/M3$ 2 10MG/M3$ 1 64742-47-8
O-CHLOROTOLUENE COMB./IRR. 50 PPM 1. 50 PPM 5. 75 PPM 5. 95-49-8
$ OIL MIST VALUES

SECTION III - PHYSICAL DATA
321? 1.9(BTM) <1(TOP)
Boiling Point (f): Specific Gravity (H20=1):
1.9 WATER WHITE/RED
Vapor Pressure (MM HG): Color:
>1 SOLVENT/SULFUR
Vapor Density (Air=1): Odor:
1 @ 10% CLEAR/TRANSLUCENT
PH @ 100% : Clarity
15 0.8
% Volatile by Volume: Evaporation Rate (BU A/C=1):
APPRECIABLE NON-VISCOUS
H20 Solubility: Viscosity:

SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD
Flash Point: Flammable Limits: LEL: UEL:
125癋 / T.C.C. HYDROCARBON 0.5% 4.9%
Extinguishing Media:
Foam: Alcohol Foam: CO2:X Dry Chemical:X Water Spray: Other:
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:
FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR A SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS AND FULL PROTECTIVE GEAR. PRODUCT
REACTS VIOLENTLY WITH WATER. DO NOT USE WATER TO EXTINGUISH FIRES WHERE THIS PRODUCT IS INVOLVED AS
WATER WILL CAUSE A VIOLENT OR EXPLOSIVE REACTION. CONTAIN FIRES WITH DRY SAND BY CREATING A RING USING
NON-SPARKING EQUIPMENT.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards:
VAPORS ARE HEAVIER THAN AIR AND MAY TRAVEL TO DISTANT SOURCES OF IGNITION AND FLASHBACK. PRODUCT REACTS
VIOLENTLY WITH WATER. SULFURIC ACID WILL NOT BURN BUT CAN START FIRES WITH ORGANIC MATERIALS, METAL
POWDERS, NITRATES, FULMINATES, PICRATES, CARBIDES, AND CHLORATES. ADDITION OF WATER TO ACID CAUSES HEAT
AND POSSIBLE SPLATTERING. PROLONGED CONTACT WITH REACTIVE METALS, SUCH AS ALUMINUM, BRASS, BRONZE,
CHROMIUM, MAGNESIUM, TIN, ZINC, AND ALLOYS CAN CAUSE THE FORMATION OF FLAMMABLE HYDROGEN GAS WHICH CAN
FORM AN EXPLOSIVE MIXTURE WITH AIR.
NFPA Hazard Rating: (0=Insignificant 1=Slight 2=Moderate 3=High 4=Extreme)
Health:3 Flammability:2 Instability:2 Special:W

SECTION V - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Threshold Limit Value:
NOT ESTABLISHED FOR MIXTURE. SEE SECTION II.



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Effects of Overexposure:
-Acute(Short Term Exposure)
THIS PRODUCT MAY REACT WITH MATERIALS IN THE SEWER TO FORM POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS GASES. VIOLENT
ERUPTIONS, HARMFUL GASES, OR CORROSIVE SPLASHBACK CAN RESULT. EYE CONTACT: CORROSIVE. CAUSES BURNS,
CORNEAL DAMAGE, AND POSSIBLE BLINDNESS. SKIN CONTACT: CORROSIVE. CAUSES BURNS, POSSIBLE DEEP
ULCERATIONS, AND SCARRING. CONTACT DESTROYS TISSUE. INHALATION: MIST AND VAPORS CAUSE BURNS TO THE
RESPIRATORY TRACT, NOSE, MOUTH, AND THROAT, WITH DISCOMFORT, NASAL DISCHARGE, SNEEZING, COUGHING, RAPID
HEARTBEAT, AND CHEST PAIN. AT LOW VAPOR CONCENTRATIONS, NO HARMFUL EFFECTS ARE EXPECTED. AT HIGH VAPOR
CONCENTRATIONS, INHALATION MAY CAUSE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS SUCH AS HEADACHE, DIZZINESS
DROWSINESS, WEAKNESS, UNCONCIOUSNESS, POSSIBLE ANESTHETIC EFFECTS FROM CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
DEPRESSION, AND MAY BE FATAL. INGESTION: CORROSIVE. CAUSES BURNS TO THE MOUTH, THROAT, ESOPHAGUS, AND
STOMACH WITH NAUSEA AND PAIN. SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE VOMITING OF BLOOD. BLOOD LOSS THROUGH DAMAGED
TISSUE CAN LEAD TO LOW BLOOD PRESSURE AND SHOCK AND MAY BE FATAL.
-Chronic (Long Term Exposure)
DUE TO THE CORROSIVE NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT PROLONGED OR REPEATED EXPOSURE CANNOT OCCUR.
CONTINUOUS INHALATION OF SOLVENT VAPORS MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO LIVER AND KIDNEYS AND INHALATION OF
ACID MIST MAY CAUSE EROSION OF THE TEETH. OTHER SKIN, EYES, AND INGESTION EFFECTS ARE THOSE SECONDARY TO
TISSUE DESTRUCTION. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE ARE PRE-EXISTING LIVER AND KIDNEY
DISEASES AND PRE-EXISTING RESPIRATORY AND SKIN CONDITIONS SUCH AS ASTHMA, EMPHYSEMA, AND DERMATITIS.
TARGET ORGANS: LIVER AND KIDNEYS. THE PRIMARY ROUTES OF EXPOSURE ARE SKIN AND EYE CONTACT.
Inhalation:X Ingestion: Absorption:
Primary Routes of Entry:
Emergency and First Aid Procedures:
-Inhalation:
REMOVE FROM THE AREA TO FRESH AIR. IF NOT BREATHING, CLEAR THE AIRWAY AND START MOUTH TO MOUTH
ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
-Eye Contact:
IMMEDIATELY RINSE THE EYES WITH WATER. REMOVE ANY CONTACT LENSES AND CONTINUE FLUSHING FOR AT LEAST 15
MINUTES. HOLD THE EYELIDS APART TO ENSURE RINSING OF THE ENTIRE SURFACE OF THE EYES AND LIDS WITH WATER.
GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
-Skin Contact:
IMMEDIATELY REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING AND SHOES. WASH AFFECTED AREAS THOROUGLY WITH LARGE
AMOUNTS OF SOAP AND WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES. GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION. DISCARD OR CLEAN
CLOTHING AND SHOES.
-Ingestion:
GIVE 3 TO 4 GLASSES OF WATER, BUT DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. IF VOMITING OCCURS, GIVE FLUIDS AGAIN. GET
IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION. DO NOT GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS OR CONVULSING PERSON.
-Notes to Physician:
THERE IS NO SPECIFIC ANTIDOTE. TREAT THE PATIENT SYMPTOMATICALLY. PROBABLE MUCOSAL DAMAGE MAY
CONTRAINDICATE THE USE OF GASTRIC LAVAGE. MEASURES AGAINST CIRCULATORY SHOCK, RESPIRATORY DEPRESSION,
AND CONVULSIONS MAY BE NEEDED.

SECTION VI - TOXICITY INFORMATION
Product Contains Chemicals Listed as Carcinogen or Potential Carcinogen By:
IARC: Yes NTP: No OSHA: No ACGIH: Yes OTHER: Yes

VOC CONTENT: 1.4% BY WEIGHT; 2.3% BY VOLUME; 25.7 G/L

SULFURIC ACID
EYE-RBT SDT: 250 UG SEV 4.
EYE-RBT SDT: 5 MG/30 SEC/RINSED SEV 4.
ORL-RAT LD50: 2140 MG/KG 4.
IHL-RAT LC50: 510 MG/M3 4.

IARC - GROUP 1 - HUMAN SUFFICIENT EVIDENCE
ACGIH - A2 - SUSPECTED HUMAN CARCINOGEN

ABOVE CLASSIFICATIONS REFER TO SULFURIC ACID CONTAINED IN STRONG INORGANIC ACID MISTS.

SYNTHETIC ISOPARAFFINIC HYDROCARBON
IHL-RAT LC50: >290 PPM 3.
ORL-RAT LD50: >10 G/KG 3.
SKN-RBT LD50: >3 G/KG 3.



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SKN SENSITIZER: NO 3.
SKN IRRITATION: SLIGHT 3.
EYE IRRITATION: SLIGHT 3.

THIS HYDROCARBON WAS ADMINISTERED ORALLY 5 DAYS/WEEK TO MALE AND FEMALE RATS AT 100, 500 OR 1000 MG/KG
FOR 13 WEEKS. AN ADDITIONAL GROUP WAS DOSED WITH 100 MG/KG FOR 13 WEEKS FOLLOWED BY A 4-WEEK RECOVERY
PERIOD. NO MORTALITIES OR CLINICAL EFFECTS WERE OBSERVED. LIVER AND KIDNEY WEIGHTS FOR THE 500 AND 1000
MG/KG EXPOSURE GROUPS WERE SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED. AFTER THE 4-WEEK RECOVERY PERIOD, THERE WERE NO
DIFFERENCES IN ORGAN WEIGHTS. 3.

O-CHLOROTOLUENE
EYE-RBT SDT: 50 UL MOD 4.
ORL-RAT LD50: 3900 MG/KG 4.
IHL-MUS LCLO: 4400 PPM 4.


SECTION VII - REACTIVITY DATA
Stable:X Unstable:
Stability:
Conditions to Avoid: DO NOT ADD WATER
TO THE CONTAINER AS HEAT
GENERATION INCLUDING IGNITION MAY
OCCUR. AVOID HEAT, HOT SURFACES,
SPARKS, AND OPEN FLAMES.
Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid):
WATER, ORGANIC CHLORATES, CARBIDES, FULMINATES, NITRATES, PICRATES, AMD STRONG ALKLAIS. PROLONGED
CONTACT WITH REACTIVE METALS, SUCH AS ALUMINUM, BRASS, BRONZE, CHROMIUM, MAGNESIUM, TIN, ZINC, AND ALLOYS
CAN CAUSE THE FORMATION OF FLAMMABLE HYDROGEN GAS WHICH CAN FORM AN EXPLOSIVE MIXTURE WITH AIR.
Hazardous Decomposition Products:
OXIDES OF SULFUR AND CARBON; CHLORINE GAS, AND EXPLOSIVE HYDROGEN GAS.
May Occur: Will Not Occur:X
Hazardous Polymerization:
Conditions to Avoid: N/A

SECTION VIII - SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
Steps to be Taken if Material is Released or Spilled:
WEAR APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING. ELIMINATE ALL SOURCES OF IGNITION AND VENTILATE THE AREA. USE ONLY
NON-SPARKING EQUIPMENT. USE CARE AS SPILLS MAY BE SLIPPERY. DIKE AND CONTAIN SPILL. ABSORB WITH AN INERT
MATERIAL AND TRANSFER ALL MATERIAL INTO A PROPERLY LABELED CONTAINER FOR DISPOSAL. PREVENT PRODUCT
FROM CONTAMINATING SOIL OR FROM ENTERING SEWAGE AND DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND BODIES OF WATER. FLUSH AREA
WITH WATER.
Waste Disposal Method(s):
DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL REGULATIONS.
Neutralizing Agent:
USE SODIUM BICARBONATE OR SODA ASH. ADD CAUTIOUSLY WHILE MIXING. WEAR APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE
EQUIPMENT.

SECTION IX - SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
Required Ventilation:
LOCAL VENTILATION IS RECOMMENDED TO CONTROL EXPOSURE FROM OPERATIONS THAT CAN GENERATE EXCESSIVE
LEVELS OF VAPORS OR MISTS. LOCAL VENTILATION IS PREFERRED, BECAUSE IT PREVENTS DISPERSION INTO WORK
AREAS BY CONTROLLING IT AT ITS SOURCE.
Respiratory Protection:
RESPIRATORS SHOULD BE SELECTED BY AND USED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A TRAINED HEALTH AND SAFETY
PROFESSIONAL FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS FOUND IN OSHA'S RESPIRATOR STANDARD (29 CFR 1910.134) AND ANSI'S
STANDARD FOR RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (Z88.2-1992). FOR CONCENTRATIONS ABOVE THE TLV AND/OR PEL BUT LESS
THAN 10 TIMES THESE LIMITS, A NIOSH APPROVED HALF-FACEPIECE RESPIRATOR EQUIPPED WITH APPROPRIATE
CHEMICAL CARTRIDGES MAY BE USED. FOR CONCENTRATIONS GREATER THAN 10 TIMES THE TLV AND/OR PEL, CONSULT
THE NIOSH RESPIRATOR DECISION LOGIC FOUND IN PUBLICATION NO. 87-116 OR ANSI Z88.2-1992.
Glove Protection:
NEOPRENE RUBBER OR SILVER SHIELD COMPOSITE GLOVES SHOULD BE WORN. ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA'S
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) STANDARD FOR HAND PROTECTION, 29 CFR 1910.138.
Eye Protection:




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CHEMICAL GOGGLES AND A FACE SHIELD SHOULD BE WORN WHEN HANDLING. ENSURE COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA'S
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) STANDARD FOR EYE AND FACE PROTECTION, 29 CFR 1910.133.
Other Protection:
WEAR PROVIDED SAFETY KIT GEAR AT ALL TIMES WHEN HANDLING AND USING THIS PRODUCT. WEAR PROTECTIVE
CLOTHING WHEN HANDLING. A SAFETY SHOWER AND AN EYEWASH STATION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE.

SECTION X - STORAGE AND HANDLING INFORMATION
Indoors:X Outdoors: Heated: Refrigerated:
Storage Temperature:
Minimum Temperature:32?F Maximum Temperature:100?F
Precautions to be taken in Handling and Storing:
ALWAYS STORE MATERIAL IN ITS ORIGINAL CONTAINER. KEEP CONTAINER CLOSED WHEN NOT IN USE. DO NOT STORE
NEAR COMBUSTIBLES, ORGANIC CHLORATES, CARBIDES, FULMINATES, NITRATES, PICRATES, AND STRONG ALKALIS. USE
WITH CAUTION AROUND HEAT, SPARKS, PILOT LIGHTS, STATIC ELECTRICITY, AND OPEN FLAME.
Other Precautions:
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. READ THE ENTIRE LABEL BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT. FOLLOW THE LABEL
DIRECTIONS. WATER WILL REACT VIOLENTLY WITH SULFURIC ACID AND MAY CAUSE SPATTERING, FUMING, AND
EVOLUTION OF HEAT.

SECTION XI - REGULATORY INFORMATION
Chemical Name CAS Number Upper % Limit
SULFURIC ACID 7664-93-9 95
Those Ingredients listed above are subject to the reporting requirements of 313 of Title III& of the Superfund Amendments and
Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 40 CFR part 372.
PLEASE CALL 1-800-527-9919 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IF YOU ARE A CALIFORNIA CUSTOMER.
THIS MSDS IS NOT INTENDED FOR USERS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

SECTION XII - REFERENCES
1. THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUES FOR CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES AND PHYSICAL
AGENTS AND BIOLOGICAL EXPOSURE INDICES, ACGIH, 2003.
2. OSHA PEL.
3. VENDOR'S MSDS.
4. REGISTRY OF TOXIC EFFECTS OF CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES, CCINFOWeb, 2003.
5. NIOSH REL.

ALL THE COMPONENTS OF THIS PRODUCT ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT (TSCA) AND
ARE EITHER LISTED ON THE TSCA INVENTORY OR OTHERWISE EXEMPTED FROM LISTING.
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IRR:IRRITANT, FLAM/FLAMM:FLAMMABLE, COMB:COMBUSTIBLE,
CORR:CORROSIVE CARC:CARCINOGENIC, TOX:TOXIC, N/A:NOT
APPLICABLE, N/E:NOT ESTABLISHED, COC:CLEVELAND OPEN CUP,
PMCC:PENSKY-MARTIN CLOSED CUP, TCC:TAGLIABUE CLOSED CUP,
LEL:LOWER EXPLOSION LIMIT, UEL:UPPER EXPLOSION LIMIT,
NFPA:NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION, IARC:INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE RESEARCH ON CANCER,
NTP:NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PROGRAM, OSHA:OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, ACGIH:AMERICAN
CONFERENCE OF GOVERNMENTAL INDUSTRIAL HYGIENISTS, TLV:THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE, PEL:PERMISSIBLE EXPOSURE
LIMIT, STEL:SHORT-TERM EXPOSURE LIMIT, MLD:MILD, MOD:MODERATE, SEV:SEVERE, MUT:MUTAGENIC,
ASPHYX:ASPHYXIANT, PNOS:PARTICLES (INSOLUBLE) NOT OTHERWISE SPECIFIED, SDT:STANDARD DRAIZE TEST,
ORL:ORAL, IHL:INHALATION, HMN:HUMAN
THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS BASED ON DATA CONSIDERED ACCURATE IN LIGHT OF CURRENT
FORMULATION.HOWEVER, NO WARRANTY IS EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED REGARDING THE ACCURACY OF THESE DATA OR THE
RESULTS TO BE OBTAINED FROM THE USE THEREOF.
CERTIFIED LABS, DIV. OF NCH CORP. assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property damage caused by the use, storage, or
disposal of the product in a manner not recommended on the product label. Users assume all risks associated with such unrecommended
use,storage or disposal of the product."




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