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52-51-7 10377-60-3 26172-55-4 7786-30-3

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                                                                   Issue Date: 29-JUN-2007
Material Safety Data Sheet Supercedes: 29-JUN-2007

SPECTRUS NX114

1 Identification of Product and Company
Identification of substance or preparation
SPECTRUS NX114

Product Application Area
Biocide

Company/Undertaking Identification
GE Betz, Inc.
4636 Somerton Road
Trevose, PA 19053
T 215 355-3300, F 215 953 5524

Emergency Telephone
(800) 877-1940

Prepared by Product Stewardship Group: 215 355-3300


2 Composition / Information On Ingredients
Information for specific product ingredients as required by the
U.S. OSHA HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD is listed. Refer to
additional sections of this MSDS for our assessment of the potential
hazards of this formulation.

HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS:

Cas# Chemical Name Range(w/w%)

52-51-7 2-BROMO-2-NITROPROPANE-1,3-DIOL 5-10
Toxic (by ingestion); irritant (eyes); potential
sensitizer (skin)

10377-60-3 MAGNESIUM NITRATE 3-7
Oxidizer; irritant (eyes and skin)

26172-55-4 5-CHLORO-2-METHYL-4-ISOTHIAZOLIN-3-ONE 1-5
Corrosive; toxic (by ingestion and skin absorption);
sensitizer (skin)

7786-30-3 MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE 1-5
Potential irritant


3 Hazards Identification
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EMERGENCY OVERVIEW

DANGER



Substance or Preparation: SPECTRUS NX114 Page 1
Corrosive to skin. Skin sensitizer with delayed onset of symptoms.
Corrosive to the eyes. Mists/aerosols cause irritation to the upper
respiratory tract.

DOT hazard: Corrosive to skin/steel
Odor: None; Appearance: Colorless To Yellow Green, Liquid

Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained breathing
apparatus(full face-piece type). Proper fire-extinguishing media:
dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam or water
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POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS

ACUTE SKIN EFFECTS:
Primary route of exposure; Corrosive to skin. Skin sensitizer with
delayed onset of symptoms.

ACUTE EYE EFFECTS:
Corrosive to the eyes.

ACUTE RESPIRATORY EFFECTS:
Mists/aerosols cause irritation to the upper respiratory tract.

INGESTION EFFECTS:
May cause severe irritation or burning of the gastrointestinal
tract.

TARGET ORGANS:
Prolonged or repeated exposures may cause tissue necrosis and/or
skin sensitization.

MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED:
Not known.

SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:
Direct contact with skin will cause severe delayed skin reactions
or burns if not washed off immediately- follow first aid
instructions.


4 First Aid Measures
SKIN CONTACT:
URGENT! Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated
clothing. Get immediate medical attention. Thoroughly wash clothing
before reuse.
EYE CONTACT:
URGENT! Immediately flush eyes with plenty of low-pressure water
for at least 20 minutes while removing contact lenses. Hold eyelids
apart. Get immediate medical attention.
INHALATION:
Remove to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If
breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration. Get immediate
medical attention.
INGESTION:
Do not feed anything by mouth to an unconscious or convulsive
victim. Do not induce vomiting. Immediately contact physician.
Dilute contents of stomach using 3-4 glasses milk or water.




Substance or Preparation: SPECTRUS NX114 Page 2
NOTES TO PHYSICIANS:
Material is corrosive. It may not be advisable to induce vomiting.
Possible mucosal damage may contraindicate the use of gastric
lavage.


5 Fire Fighting Measures
FIRE FIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained breathing
apparatus (full face-piece type).
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:
dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam or water
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:
oxides of carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur; hydrogen chloride; and
hydrogen bromide
FLASH POINT:
> 200F > 93C P-M(CC)
MISCELLANEOUS:
Corrosive to skin/steel
UN 3265;Emergency Response Guide #153



6 Accidental Release Measures
PROTECTION AND SPILL CONTAINMENT:
WARNING: Keep spills and clean-up residuals out of municipal sewers
and open bodies of water. Adsorb the spill with spill pillows or
inert solids such as clay or vermiculite, and transfer contaminated
materials to suitable containers for disposal. Deactivate spill
area with freshly prepared solution of 5% sodium bicarbonate and 5%
sodium hypochlorite in water. Apply solution to the spill area at a
ratio of 10 volumes deactivation solution per estimated volume of
residual spill to deactivate any residual active ingredient. Let
stand for 30 minutes. Flush spill area with copious amounts of
water to chemical sewer (if in accordance with local procedures,
permits and regulations). DO NOT add deactivation solution to the
waste pail to deactivate the adsorbed material.
DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS:
Water contaminated with this product may be sent to a sanitary sewer
treatment facility,in accordance with any local agreement,a permitted
waste treatment facility or discharged under a permit. Product
as is - Dispose of in approved pesticide facility or according to
label instructions.


7 Handling & Storage
HANDLING:
Corrosive to skin. Corrosive to eyes.
STORAGE:
Keep containers closed when not in use. Protect from freezing. If
frozen, thaw and mix completely prior to use. Shelf life 360 days.



8 Exposure Controls / Personal Protection
EXPOSURE LIMITS
CHEMICAL NAME

2-BROMO-2-NITROPROPANE-1,3-DIOL
PEL (OSHA): NOT DETERMINED




Substance or Preparation: SPECTRUS NX114 Page 3
TLV (ACGIH): NOT DETERMINED

MAGNESIUM NITRATE
PEL (OSHA): NOT DETERMINED
TLV (ACGIH): NOT DETERMINED

5-CHLORO-2-METHYL-4-ISOTHIAZOLIN-3-ONE
PEL (OSHA): NOT DETERMINED
TLV (ACGIH): NOT DETERMINED
MISC: Note-mfg. sugg. exp. limit:0.1 mg/m3 TWA;0.3mg/m3 STEL total
isothiazoline).

MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE
PEL (OSHA): NOT DETERMINED
TLV (ACGIH): NOT DETERMINED

ENGINEERING CONTROLS:
Adequate ventilation to maintain air contaminants below exposure
limits.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Use protective equipment in accordance with 29CFR 1910 Subpart I
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:
A RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PROGRAM THAT MEETS OSHA'S 29 CFR
1910.134 AND ANSI Z88.2 REQUIREMENTS MUST BE FOLLOWED WHENEVER
WORKPLACE CONDITIONS WARRANT A RESPIRATOR'S USE.
USE AIR PURIFYING RESPIRATORS WITHIN USE LIMITATIONS ASSOCIATED
WITH THE EQUIPMENT OR ELSE USE SUPPLIED AIR-RESPIRATORS.
If air-purifying respirator use is appropriate, use organic
vapor cartridges and any of the following particulate
respirators: N95, N99, N100, R95, R99, R100, P95, P99 or P100.
SKIN PROTECTION:
gauntlet-type butyl gloves, chemical resistant apron-- Wash
off after each use. Replace as necessary.
EYE PROTECTION:
splash proof chemical goggles, face shield



9 Physical & Chemical Properties
Specific Grav.(70F,21C) 1.107 Vapor Pressure (mmHG) ~ 18.0
Freeze Point (F) 24 Vapor Density (air=1) < 1.00
Freeze Point (C) -4
Viscosity(cps 70F,21C) 10 % Solubility (water) 100.0

Odor None
Appearance Colorless To Yellow Green
Physical State Liquid
Flash Point P-M(CC) > 200F > 93C
pH As Is (approx.) 3.0
Evaporation Rate (Ether=1) < 1.00
Percent VOC: 0.0

NA = not applicable ND = not determined



10 Stability & Reactivity




Substance or Preparation: SPECTRUS NX114 Page 4
STABILITY:
Stable under normal storage conditions.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:
Will not occur.
INCOMPATIBILITIES:
May react with strong reducing agents.
DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:
oxides of carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur; hydrogen chloride; and
hydrogen bromide
INTERNAL PUMPOUT/CLEANOUT CATEGORIES:
"B"


11 Toxicological Information
Oral LD50 RAT: 1,030 mg/kg
Dermal LD50 RABBIT: >2,000 mg/kg
Skin Irritation Score RABBIT: CORROSIVE
Eye Irritation Score RABBIT: CORROSIVE
Skin Sensitization G.PIG: NEGATIVE



12 Ecological Information
AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
Ceriodaphnia 48 Hour Static Renewal Bioassay
LC50= 4.7; No Effect Level= .63 mg/L
Daphnia magna 48 Hour Static Renewal Bioassay
LC50= 5; No Effect Level= 2.5 mg/L
Fathead Minnow 96 Hour Static Renewal Bioassay
LC50= 3.5; No Effect Level= 1.8 mg/L
Mysid Shrimp 48 Hour Static Renewal Bioassay
LC50= 40.5; No Effect Level= 18 mg/L
Sheepshead Minnow 96 Hour Static Renewal Bioassay
LC50= 26.7; No Effect Level= 15.5 mg/L

BIODEGRADATION
BOD-28 (mg/g): 4
BOD-5 (mg/g): 2
COD (mg/g): 78
TOC (mg/g): 29


13 Disposal Considerations
If this undiluted product is discarded as a waste, the US RCRA
hazardous waste identification number is :
D002=Corrosive(steel).

Please be advised; however, that state and local requirements for
waste disposal may be more restrictive or otherwise different from
federal regulations. Consult state and local regulations regarding
the proper disposal of this material.


14 Transport Information




Substance or Preparation: SPECTRUS NX114 Page 5
DOT HAZARD: Corrosive to skin/steel
PROPER SHIPPING NAME: CORROSIVE LIQUID, ACIDIC, ORGANIC,
N.O.S.(5-CHLORO-2-METHYL-4-ISOTHIAZOLIN
-3-ONE)
8, UN 3265, PG II
DOT EMERGENCY RESPONSE GUIDE #: 153
Note: Some containers may be DOT exempt, please check BOL for
exact container classification



15 Regulatory Information
TSCA:
This is an EPA registered biocide and is exempt from TSCA
inventory requirements.
CERCLA AND/OR SARA REPORTABLE QUANTITY (RQ):
No regulated constituent present at OSHA thresholds
FIFRA REGISTRATION NUMBER:
3876- 151
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION:
21 CFR 176.300 & 176.170 (slimicides and as a preservative)
When used in this specified application, all ingredients
comprising this product are authorized by FDA for the
manufacture of paper and paperboard that may contact aqueous
and fatty foods as per 21 CFR 176.170(a)(4).
USDA FOOD PLANT APPROVALS:
SEC.G5,G7
SARA SECTION 312 HAZARD CLASS:
Immediate(acute);Delayed(Chronic)
SARA SECTION 302 CHEMICALS:
No regulated constituent present at OSHA thresholds
SARA SECTION 313 CHEMICALS:
CAS# CHEMICAL NAME RANGE
10377-60-3 MAGNESIUM NITRATE 2.0-5.0%
CALIFORNIA REGULATORY INFORMATION

CALIFORNIA SAFE DRINKING WATER AND TOXIC
ENFORCEMENT ACT (PROPOSITION 65):
No regulated constituents present
MICHIGAN REGULATORY INFORMATION

No regulated constituent present at OSHA thresholds



16 Other Information
NFPA/HMIS CODE TRANSLATION

Health 3 Serious Hazard
Fire 0 Minimal Hazard
Reactivity 0 Minimal Hazard
Special CORR DOT corrosive
(1) Protective Equipment D Goggles,Face Shield,Gloves,Apron

(1) refer to section 8 of MSDS for additional protective equipment
recommendations.

CHANGE LOG

EFFECTIVE
DATE REVISIONS TO SECTION: SUPERCEDES



Substance or Preparation: SPECTRUS NX114 Page 6
--------- --------------------- ----------
MSDS status: 18-SEP-1997 ** NEW **
26-FEB-1998 12 18-SEP-1997
20-MAY-1998 15 26-FEB-1998
22-MAY-1998 2 20-MAY-1998
07-JUL-1998 12 22-MAY-1998
15-DEC-1998 7 07-JUL-1998
01-APR-1999 12 15-DEC-1998
05-NOV-1999 12 01-APR-1999
11-MAY-2001 4 05-NOV-1999
17-JAN-2002 10 11-MAY-2001
29-SEP-2003 15 17-JAN-2002
14-JUN-2005 3.9 29-SEP-2003
04-JAN-2007 2,5,7,10 14-JUN-2005
25-JAN-2007 5,9,13 04-JAN-2007
29-JUN-2007 6,8,16 25-JAN-2007




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