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Material Safety Data Sheet

Crude Sulfate Turpentine
Weyerhaeuser Company Emergency Phone: (253) 924-5000
PO Box 9777 Additional Information: (253) 924-3865
Federal Way, WA 98063-9777 CHEMTREC: (800) 424-9300 Revised Date: August 27, 2007

1. Product Identification

Product Manufacturing Location(s)
Crude Sulfate Turpentine USA: Albany, OR; Campti, LA (Red River);
Columbus, MS; Longview, WA; New Bern, NC;
Oglethorpe, GA (Flint River); Pine Hill, AL; Port
Wentworth, GA; Springfield, OR; Valliant, OK.
Canada: Grande Prairie
Synonyms: Sulfate Wood Turpentine, Sulfate Turpentine, CST, Red Oil.

2. Hazardous Ingredients/Identity Information

Crude Sulfate Turpentine, CAS# 8006-64-2:
Name CAS# Percent Agency Exposure Limits Comments
Turpentine and 8006-64-2 85 ?99 OSHA PEL-TWA 100 ppm None
Terpene ACGIH TLV-TWA 20 ppm
Hydrocarbon Isomers
Methyl mercaptan 74-93-1 0.2 ?5 OSHA PEL-TWA 0.5 ppm Vacated June
(MM) OSHA Ceiling (C) 10 ppm
Dimethyl sulfide 75-18-3 1 ?12 OSHA None None

Dimethyl disulfide 624-92-0 0 ?1.3 OSHA None None
(DMDS) ACGIH PEL-TWA 0.5 ppm 2006 "Notice of
Intended Change"
OSHA vacated PEL's- may still be enforceable in some States
Note: Terpene hydrocarbons include mainly alpha and beta pinene and other C10H16 hydrocarbons. CST
may also contain variable concentrations of miscellaneous sulfur compounds, some of which are
known to be extremely hazardous. Sulfur compounds in Crude Sulfate Turpentine vary by the region
where they are produced, the tree species and whether the product is from a bleached or
unbleached mill. Specific chemical analyses may be requested from the mill producing the Crude
Sulfate Turpentine.

3. Hazard Identification

Appearance and Odor: Clear to dark brown liquid with a foul kraft pulp mill odor.
Primary Health Hazards: The primary health hazards are due to skin exposure to the liquid and/or
inhalation of the vapor or mist.

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3. Hazard Identification, (cont'd.)

Primary Route(s) of Exposure:
Skin: Liquid
Inhalation: Vapor, mist
Eye: Liquid
Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure: None identified
Signs and Symptoms of Exposure:
Acute Health Hazards: NAP
Chronic Health Hazards: Chronic skin absorption can produce allergic sensitization.
Carcinogenicity Listing:
NTP: Not listed
IARC Monographs: Not listed
OSHA Regulated: Not listed

4. Emergency and First-Aid Procedures

Ingestion: Not applicable under normal use. If swallowed, can produce nausea, serious illness, and
even death (average lethal dose for an adult is 4-6 ounces). DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Give
edible oil or mineral oil to drink. Get immediate medical help.
Eye Contact: Liquid turpentine may cause irritation, conjunctivitis, or corneal burns. Vapors are irritating
at 175 ppm. Speed is essential. Immediately flush with running water for at least 15 minutes,
including under eyelid. Get immediate medical help.
Skin Contact: May cause irritation, dermatitis, or chemical burns. Remove contaminated clothing,
footwear, and accessories such as a watch. Wash clothing before reuse and discard footwear which
cannot be decontaminated. Immediately wash with warm running water and soap. Get medical help.
Skin Absorption: Liquid can penetrate skin to produce systemic effects. Wash thoroughly with soap
and water and rinse.
Inhalation: May cause headache, dizziness, chest pain, bronchitis, pulmonary edema, cyanosis,
narcosis, and rapid heart rate. Remove from exposure. Get medical help if symptoms persist or for
excessive exposure.
Note to Physician: None

5. Fire and Explosion Data

Flash Point (Method Used): 73?to 95癋 (23?to 35癈).CAUTION: The flash point of crude sulfate
turpentine may be dependent on the concentration and type of sulfur compounds present.
LFL = 0.8% by volume UFL = NAV; no known data available
Flammable Limits:
Extinguishing Media: Foam, carbon dioxide, or dry chemical. If water must be used, use as a mist or
fog only.
Autoignition Temperature: 488癋 (253癈)
Special Firefighting Procedures: Water may be ineffective in quenching fire, but can be used to cool
fire-exposed containers and surroundings. Toxic gases may be released during fire. Use SCBA and
full protective clothing.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: May be ignited by heat, sparks, flame or static electricity. Forms
explosive vapor/air mixtures.
Health = 2 Fire = 3 Reactivity = 0
NFPA Rating (Scale 0-4):

6. Accidental Release Measures

Steps to be Taken In Case Material Is Released or Spilled: Immediately notify safety and
environmental personnel. Provide adequate explosion-proof ventilation to remove vapors from spill

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6. Accidental Release Measures, (cont'd.)

Personnel involved in cleanup should use protection against breathing vapors or contact with liquid.
Spills should be contained, picked up with absorbent material, and placed in a closed metal container
for prompt disposal.
Other Precautions: Avoid inhalation of vapors or mist. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Do not smoke
in areas of storage or use.

7. Handling and Storage

Precautions to be Taken In Handling and Storage: Store in a well-ventilated, cool place away from
sources of heat and ignition. Store away from oxidizing agents. Protect containers against physical

8. Exposure Control Measures, Personal Protection

Personal Protective Equipment:
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION ?A NIOSH approved respirator with an organic vapor chemical cartridge
is recommended.
PROTECTIVE GLOVES ?Chemical resistant gloves such as nitrile are recommended.
EYE PROTECTION ?Full-face mask or chemical goggles are recommended.
OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING OR EQUIPMENT ?Chemical-cartridge respirator or air-supplied or
self-contained respirator recommended for non-routine or emergency exposures above the allowable
exposure limits.
WORK/HYGIENE PRACTICES ?Eyewash stations and safety showers must be readily available. Avoid
all contact with skin and eyes. Follow good hygienic and housekeeping practices.
LOCAL EXHAUST ?Provide local exhaust as needed so that exposure limits are met.
MECHANICAL (GENERAL) ?Provide general ventilation in processing and storage areas so that
exposure limits are met.

9. Physical/Chemical Properties

Physical Description: Clear to dark brown liquid with a foul kraft pulp mill odor.
246??344癋 (119??173癈)
Boiling Point (@ 760 mm Hg):
Evaporation Rate (Butyl acetate = 1):
-58?to -76癋 (-50?to -60癈)
Freezing Point:
-58?to -76癋 (-50?to -60癈)
Melting Point:
Molecular Formula:
Molecular Weight:
Oil-water distribution coefficient:
Odor threshold:
0.023% at 77oF (25oC)
Solubility in Water (% by weight):
0.87 at 59oF (15oC)
Specific Gravity (H2O = 1):
Vapor Density (air = 1; 1 atm):
5 at 77oF (25oC)
Vapor Pressure (mm Hg):
o o
% Volatile by Volume [@ 70 F (21 C)]: 98

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10. Stability and Reactivity

Stability: Unstable
Conditions to Avoid: This material is reasonably stable when stored in a well-ventilated, cool place in a
suitable container sealed to exclude air. It can undergo auto-oxidation in air, liberating heat which
can build up in a confined space.
Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): Oxidizing agents, oxidation catalysts, and sources of ignition and
Hazardous Decomposition or By-Products: Methyl mercaptan, Dimethyl sulfide
Will not occur
Hazardous Polymerization: May occur
Sensitivity to Mechanical Impact: NAP
Sensitivity to Static Discharge: Crude sulfate turpentine is a flammable liquid which may be ignited or
explode as the result of a static electricity discharge.

11. Toxicological Information

Toxicity Data: Individual component information listed below.
Turpentine: TCLo (inhalation, human) = 175 ppm. LD50 (ingestion, rat) = 5,760 mg/kg. LC50
(inhalation, rat) = 12 gm/m3/6H. LC50 (inhalation, mouse) = 29 gm/m3/2H.
Dimethyl disulfide (DMDS): LC50 (rat, inhalation) = 805 ppm/4 hours. LC50 (rat, inhalation) = 15.85
mg/m3/2 hours. LC50 (mouse, inhalation) = 12.3 mg/m3/2 hours. Subchronic (rat, inhalation): 100
ppm/6 hours/day/5 days/week/4 weeks resulted in no toxicity.
Dimethyl sulfide: LD50 (ingestion, rat) = 3300 mg/kg. LD50 (ingestion, mouse) = 3700 mg/kg. LC50
(inhalation, rat) = 40,250 ppm/4H.
Methyl mercaptan: LC50 (rat, inhalation) = 675ppm/4 hr; LC50 (mouse, inhalation) = 6530 ug/m3/2 hr
Target Organs: Respiratory system, eyes, skin and central nervous system.

12. Ecological Information

Environmental Fate: No information available at this time.
Environmental Toxicity: No information available at this time.

13. Disposal Considerations

Waste Disposal Method: Incineration is recommended for waste disposal, using an approved
incineration process for appreciable amounts in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations.
Do not incinerate sealed containers.

14. Transport Information

Mode: (Air, Land, water) Transportation of Crude sulfate turpentine is regulated by the U.S. Department
of Transportation & Canada's Transportation of Dangerous Goods.
Flammable liquid, n.o.s. (Crude sulfate turpentine, contains alpha-
Proper Shipping Name:
Hazard Class:
ID Number:
3, Flammable Liquid
Hazard Zone:
II or III, depending on flash point (see Section 5)
Packing Group:
3, Flammable Liquid
Label/Placard Required:
100 pounds (45.4 kg); Ignitable Hazardous Waste D001
Reportable Quality:
Table continued on next page

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15. Regulatory Information

TSCA: All chemical components of crude sulfate turpentine are listed on the TSCA inventory.
CERCLA: Reportable Quality: 100 pounds (45.4 kg); Ignitable Hazardous Waste, D001
DSL: All chemical components of crude sulfate turpentine are listed under the Canadian Domestic
Substance List.
OSHA: 29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazard Communication
STATE RIGHT-TO-KNOW: This product is known to contain any substances subject to the disclosure
requirements of:
California Prop 65 ?This product does not contain any substances listed under California Prop. 65.
New Jersey ?This product does contains turpentine, a substances listed by the State of New Jersey.
Pennsylvania ?This product contains turpentine, a substance listed by the State of Pennsylvania.
SARA 313 Information: Not required for crude sulfate turpentine.
SARA 311/312 Hazard Category: Crude sulfate turpentine has been reviewed according to the EPA
"Hazard Categories" promulgated under SARA Title III Sections 311 and 312 and is considered,
under applicable definitions, to meet the following categories:
An immediate (acute) health hazard Yes
A delayed (chronic) health hazard No
A corrosive hazard No
A fire hazard Yes
A reactivity hazard No
A sudden release hazard No
FDA: This product is not intended nor approved for FDA applications.
WHMIS Classification:
Class B Division 2; Flammable Liquid
Class D Division 1-B; Toxic Material

16. Additional Information

Date Prepared: 11/07/1985
Date Revised: 08/27/2007
Prepared By: Weyerhaeuser Company Corporate Environment, Health & Safety
Weyerhaeuser MSDS available on:
User's Responsibility: The information contained in this Material Safety Data Sheet is based on the
experience of occupational health and safety professionals and comes from sources believed to be
accurate or otherwise technically correct. It is the user's responsibility to determine if the product is
suitable for its proposed application(s) and to follow necessary safety precautions. The user has the
responsibility to make sure that this MSDS is the most up-to-date issue.

Definition of Common Terms:
ACGIH = American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
C = Ceiling Limit
CAS# = Chemical Abstracts System Number
DOT = U. S. Department of Transportation
DSL = Domestic Substance List
EC50 = Effective concentration that inhibits the endpoint to 50% of control population
EPA = U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
IARC = International Agency for Research on Cancer
IATA = International Air Transport Association
IMDG = International Maritime Dangerous Goods
LC50 = Concentration in air resulting in death to 50% of experimental animals
LCLo = Lowest concentration in air resulting in death

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16. Additional Information (cont'd.)

Definition of Common Terms (cont'd.):
LD50 = Administered dose resulting in death to 50% of experimental animals
LDLo = Lowest dose resulting in death
LEL = Lower Explosive Limit
LFL = Lower Flammable Limit
MSHA = Mine Safety and Health Administration
NAP = Not Applicable
NAV = Not Available
NIOSH = National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
NPRI = Canadian National Pollution Release Inventory
NTP = National Toxicology Program
OSHA = Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PEL = Permissible Exposure Limit
RCRA = Resource Conservation and Recovery Act
STEL = Short-Term Exposure Limit (15 minutes)
STP = Standard Temperature and Pressure
TCLo = Lowest concentration in air resulting in a toxic effect
TDG = Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods
TDLo = Lowest dose resulting in a toxic effect
TLV = Threshold Limit Value
TSCA = Toxic Substance Control Act
TWA = Time-Weighted Average (8 hours)
UFL = Upper Flammable Limit
WHMIS = Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System

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