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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
PETRO AMSOL 120 / PETRO AMSOL 120 (R66)
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SECTION 1 CHEMICAL PRODUCT NAME / COMPANY I.D.
The Jankovich Company (310) 547-3305
Manufacturer/Supplier: Emergency Telephone No:
14066 Garfield Ave. (800) 650-0200
Address: Other Information Calls:
Paramount, CA 90723 (800) 633-8253
City, State, zip: PERS EMERGENCY #:
8-Jun-05
Date Prepared:



PETRO AMSOL 120, PETRO AMSOL 120 (R66)
PRODUCT:
MINERAL SPIRITS, SOLVENT NAPHTHA
TRADE NAMES/SYNONYMS:
PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON MED ALIPHATIC
CHEM NAME:
HYDROCARBON SOLVENT, PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON
CHEM FAMILY:



SECTION 2 PRODUCT / INGREDIENT
NO. COMPOSITION CAS PERCENT


P PETRO AMSOL 120 / PETRO AMSOL 120 (R66)
1 MINERAL SPIRITS 64742-88-7 100

Clear, white liquid with a slight hydrocarbon odor
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:



1 2 0
NFPA HAZARD RATING: HEALTH: FIRE: REACTIVITY:
(Scale 0 - 4)


SECTION 3 HEALTH INFORMATION

The health effect noted below are consistent with requirements under the OSHA Hazard Communication
Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200)

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW:


Central nervous system depression.
MAJOR HEALTH HAZARDS:


EYE CONTACT:
Short Term Exposure: Product produces irritation to the eyes.
Long Term Exposure: No information on significant adverse effects.
SKIN CONTACT:
Short Term Exposure: No information on significant adverse effects.
Long Term Exposure: No information on significant adverse effects.




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INHALATION:
Short Term Exposure: Irritation, nausea, headache, drunkenness.
Long Term Exposure: Nerve damage
INGESTION:
Short Term Exposure: Ingestion of product may result in nausea, vomiting diarrhea, difficulty
breathing, drunkenness, cyanosis (bluish skin color), lung congestion, kidney damage.
Long Term Exposure: No information on significant adverse effects.

OTHER HEALTH EFFECTS:
This product and its components are not classified as carcinogens by International Agency
For Research On Cancer (IARC), National Toxicology Program (NTP) or Occupational Safety
And Health Administration (OSHA).


SECTION 4 PHYSICAL DATA
PHYSICAL STATE AND APPEARANCE
CLEAR, STRAW COLORED LIQUID. KEROSENE ODOR.


ODOR THRESHOLD VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1):
N/A 4-7

BOILING POINT (DEG F): PH:
220-580掳 F NO DATA AVAILABLE

VAPOR PRESSURE (MM HG): VOLATILITY:
< 0.1 - 1.5 psi @ 100掳 F NONE

SOLUBILITY (IN WATER): FREEZING POINT:
NEGLIGIBLE - 40 Deg F (- 40 C) (Liquid at room temperature)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: EVAPORATION RATE (NORMAL BUTYL ACETATE = 1):
0.79 - 0.9 @ 60掳 F 0.04

MELTING OR SOLID POINT
N/A


SECTION 5 FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
THE PRODUCT IS FLAMMABLE
NFPA:
FLASH POINT: FLAMMABLE LIMITS / % VOLUME IN AIR:
50 - 220掳 F 0.70%
LOWER:
6%
UPPER:
AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE
400掳 F




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BASIC FIREFIGHTING PROCEDURES:
Flammable Liquid. Use dry chemical, foam or carbon dioxide to extinguish the fire.
Consult foam manufactureer for appropriate media, application rates and water/foam ratio.
Water can be used to cool fire-exposed containers, gas or vapor and to protect
personnel. If a leak or spill has not ignited, ventilate area and use water spray to disperse
gas or vapor and to protect personnel attempting to stop a leak. Use water to flush spills away
from sources of ignition. Do not flush down public sewers.

FIRE DEGRADATION PRODUCTS:
Combustion may product carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, sulfur oxides, and
reactive hydrocarbons (aldehydes, aromatics, etc.) compounds.

FLAMMABILITY
Conditions to Avoid: Heat, sparks, open flame, static electricity or any other
potential ignition sources should be avoided. Prevent vapor accumulation. Do not switch load.

UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Dangerous when exposed to heat or flame. Vapors form flammable or
explosive mixtures with air at room temperature. Vapor or gas may spread to distant ignition
sources (pilot lights, welding equipment, electrical equipment, etc.) and flash back.
Vapors may accumulate in low areas. Vapors may concentrate in confined areas.
Flowing product can be ignited by self generated static electricity. Use adequate
bonding and grounding to prevent static buildup. Runoff to sewer may cause fire or
explosion hazard. Containers may explode in heat of fire. Iriitating or toxic substances
may be emitted upon thermal decomposition. For fires involving this
material do not enter any enclosed or confined space without proper pretective
equipment, which may include NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus
with full face mask. Clothing, rags, or similar organic material contaminated with
this product and stored in a closed space may undergo spontaneous combustion.
Transfer to and from commonly bonded and grounded containers.

FIREFIGHTING PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Full firefighting turn-out gear (bunker gear). Any supplied air respirator with full facepiece
and operated in a pressure-demand or other positive-pressure mode in combination with a
escape supply. Any self-contained breathing apparatus with a full facepiece.


SECTION 6 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
The product is stable
STABILITY:


Avoid strong oxidizing agents (peroxide, dichromate, permanganate,
CONDITIONS AND MATERIAL TO AVOID:
chlorine, etc.) strong acids, caustics and halogens.

Will not occur
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:



SECTION 7 HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION & TOXICOLOGY
Eye, or skin contact, Ingestion, Inhalation
PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY:




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Target Organs: Respiratory system, skin
Product listed as a Carcinogen or Potential Carcinogen by:
NTP-No IARC-no OSHA-no Other- NIOSH*

* NIOSH: Current Intelligence Bulletin 50 reports a potential occupational
carcinogenica hazard exists due to human exposure to diesel exhaust fumes.
TLV
NAPHTHALENE
TWA: 10 (ppm) FROM OSHA-PEL (1999)
TWA: 10 (ppm) FROM NIOSH (1999)
TWA: 10 (ppm) STEL; 15 (ppm) FROM ACGIH (1999)
IDLH: 250 (ppm) FROM NIOSH (1999)
BENZENE
TWA: 1 (ppm) STEL; 5 (ppm) FROM OSHA-PEL (1999) SKIN
TWA: 0.5 (ppm) CEIL:2.5 (ppm) FROM ACGIH (1999) SKIN
TWA: 0.1 (ppm) ST:1 (ppm) FROM NIOSH-REL (1999) SKIN
IDLH: 500 (ppm) FROM NIOSH (1999)

CONSULT LOCAL AUTHORITIES FOR ACCEPTABLE EXPOSURE LIMITS

EFFECTS AND HAZARDS OF EYE CONTACT:
May cause severe irritation, redness, tearing, blurred vision and conjunctivitis

EFFECTS AND HAZARDS OF SKIN CONTACT:
Prolonged or repeated contact may cause moderate irrtation, defatting (cracking), redness, itching,
inflammation, dermatitis, and possible secondary infection. High pressure skin injections
are SERIOUS MEDICAL EMERGENCIES. Injury may not appear serious at first.
Within a few hours, tissues will become swollen, discolored and extremely painful.
See Notes to Physician section.

EFFECTS AND HAZARDS OF INHALATION
Nasal and respiratory tract irritation, central nervous system effects including excitation,
euphoria, contracted eye pupils, dizziness, drowsiness, blurred vision, fatigue, nausea,
headache, loss of reflexes, tremors, convulsions, seizures, loss of consciousness, coma, respiratory
arrest and sudden death could occur as a result of long term and/or high concentration exposure
to vapors. May also cause anemia and irregular heart rhythm. Repeated or prolonged exposure
may cause behavioral changes. NIOSH Current Intelligence Bulletin 50 reports a potential
occupational carcinogenic hazard exists due to human exposure to diesel exhaust.

EFFECTS AND HAZARDS OF INGESTION
This product may be harmful or fatal if swallowed. This product may cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea
and restlessness. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Aspiration into lungs can cause severe chemical
pneumonitis or pulmonary edema/hemorrhage, which can be fatal. May cause gastrointestinal
disturbances. Symptoms may include irritation, depression, vomiting, and diarrhea. May cause
harmful central nervous system effects, similar to those listed under "inhalation".

MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
Preexisting eye, skin, heart, central nervous system and respiratory disorders may be aggravated
by exposure to this product.




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TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

DIESEL EXHAUST FUMES have been reported to be a potential occupational carcinogen in humans
by NIOSH Current Intelligence Bulletin 50

NAPHTHALENE can affect the body if it is inhaled, comes into contact with the eyes or the skin or if it is
swallowed. Naphthalene vapor causes hemolysis and eye irritation, it may cause cataracts.
Severe intoxication from ingestion of the solid results in characteristic manifestations of marked
intravascular hemolysis and its consequences, including potentially fatal hyperkalemia.
Initial symptoms include eye irritation, headache, confusion, excitement, malaise, profuse sweating, nausea,
vomiting, abdominal pain, and irritation of the bladder. There may be progression to jaundice,
hematuria, hemoglobinuria, renal tubular blockage, and acute renal shutdown. Hematologic features include red
cell fragmentation, icterus, severe anemia with nucleated red cless, leukocytosis, and dramatic decreases in
hemoglobin, hematocrit and red cell count; sometimes there is formation of Heinz bodies and methemoglobin,
individuals with a deficiency of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase in erythrocytes may be more
susceptible to hemolysis by naphthalene. Cataracts and ocular irritation have been produced experimentally
in animals and have been described in humans. Of 21 workers exposed to high concentration of fumes
or vapor for 5 years, 8 had peripheral lens opacities; In other studies, no abnormalities of the eyes
have been detected in workers exposed to naphthalene for several years. The vapor causes eye irritation
at 15 ppm. Eye contact with the solid may result in conjunctivitis, superficial injury to the cornea, chorioretinitis,
scotoma, and diminished visual acuity. Naphthalene on the skin may cause hypersensivity dermatitis,
chronic dermatitis is rare.

PETROLEUM DISTILLATES (naphtha, C6H14, C6H16, C6H18 aliphatics) can affect the body if they are inhaled,
come in contact with the eyes or skin, or are swallowed. The vapors of petroleum distillates are mild narcotics and
mucous membrane irritants. There have been few toxicological studies, either on animals or man. While 4,000 to
7,000 ppm are tolerated for 1 hour by human subjects, symptoms of narcosis, such as dizziness and drowsiness,
occur at these concentrations. Continuing exposure may produce signs of inebriation, followed by headache or
nausea. Exposure to 10,000 to 20,000 ppm is regarded as immediately hazardous to life. The higher boiling
fractions may produce irritation of the eyes, nose, and throat in addition to symptoms of mild narcosis. No
chronic systemic effects have been reported from widespread industrial use. If benzene is present in the distillate,
however, the hazard of both acute and chronic poisoning is increased.

Lifetime skin painting studies conducted by the American Petroleum Institute, Exxon, and others have shown that
similar products boiling between 175-370掳C (350-700掳 F) usually produce skin tumors and /or skin cancer in
laboratory mice. The degree of carcinogenic response was weak to moderate with a relatively long latent period.
The implications of these results for humans have not been determined.

Limited studies on oils that are very active carcinogens have shown that washing the animal's skin with soap and
water between applications greatly reduces tumor formation. These studies demonstrate the effectiveness of
cleansing the skin after contact.

If this material is handled as a refinery intermediate stream versus sold as a finished product, the following
additonal health hazard warning information may be pertinent.

BENZENE is considered to be a carcinogen to humans, and may cause adverse health effects following exposure
via inhalation, ingestion, or dermal or eye contact. Acute inhalation of benzene by rats, mice or rabbits caused
narcosis, spontaneous heart contractions (ventricular fibrillation) and death due to respiratory paralysis. Subchronic
inhalation of benzene by rats produced decreased white blood cell counts, decreased bone marrow cell activity,




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increased red blood cell activity and cataracts. In rats, chronic inhalation or oral adminstration of benzene produced
cancers of the liver, mouth and Zymbal gland. Acute inhalation exposure of benzene in humans has caused nerve
inflammation (polyneritis), central nervous system depression and cardiac sensitization. Chronic exposure to
benzene has produced anorexia and irreversible injury to the blood forming organs. Effects include aplastic anemia
and leukemia. Animal studies have demonstrated testicular effects, alterations in reproductive cycles,
chromosomal aberrations and embryo/fetotoxicity. No birth defects have been shown to occur in pregnant
laboratory animals exposed to doses not toxic to the mother.


TOXICITY TO ANIMALS DATA:
LD50: (ORAL-RAT) > 5 gm/kg of body weight; (DERMAL-RABBIT):>3.6 g/kg of body weight
LC50: Not available

REMARK: No additional remark.


SECTION 8 EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
Flush eyes with large amounts of water, or normal saline, occasionally lifting
EYE CONTACT:
upper and lower lids, until no evidence of chemical remains, at least 15 minutes.
Get medical attention if pain or redness continues.

Wash exposed area thoroughly with soap and water. (At least 10 minutes)
SKIN CONTACT:
Remove contaminated clothing, jewelry and shoes immediately. Wash with soap or
mild detergent and large amounts of water until no evidence of chemical remains.
Contaminated leather goods should be discarded. If irritation persists or symptoms
described in MSDS develop, seek medical attention. High pressure skin injections
are SERIOUS MEDICAL EMERGENCIES. Get immediate medical attention.

Remove victim to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, ensure clear airway
SLIGHT INHALATION:
and administer oxygen. If not breathing, apply artificial respiration or cardiopulmonary
resuscitation. Keep person warm and at rest. Get medical attention immediately.

Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. DO NOT induce vomiting.
SLIGHT INGESTION:
Aspiration of material into the lungs due to vomiting can cause chemical pneumonitis
which can be fatal. Give vegetable oil or charcoal slurry to retard absorption.
If spontaneous vomiting occurs, keep head lower than hips to help prevent aspiration
of liquid into lungs and monitor for breathing difficulty.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION. Keep person warm and quiet.

For ingestion, gastric lavage with activated charcoal can be used promptly to prevent
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
absorption. Consideration should be given to the use of an intratracheal tube, to
prevent aspiration. Irregular heartbeat may occur, use of adrenalin is not advisable.
Individuals intoxicated byt eh product shold be hsopitalized immediately, with acute
and coninuing attention to neurological and cardiopulmonary function. Positive
pressure ventilation may be necessary. After the initial episode, individuals should
be followed for changes in blood variables and the delayed appearance of delayed effects,
including bone marrow toxicity, hepatic, and renal impairment. Individuals with chronic
pulmonary disease will be more seriously impaired, and recovery from inhalation
exposure may be complicated. In case of skin injection, prompt debridement of the
wound in ncessary to minimize necrosis and tissue loss.




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SECTION 9 PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:
If workplace exposure limits for product or components are exceeded, NIOSH
equipment should be worn. Proper respirator selection should be determined
by adequately trained personnel, based on the contaminants, the degree of potential
exposure and published respiratory protection factors. This equipment should be
available for non-routine and emergency use.

Avoid breathing mists and vapor. Use in well ventilated area. In confined space,
VENTILATION:
mechanical ventilation may be necessary to reduce vapor concentrations to
levels below the allowable exposure limits.

Keep away from eyes. Eye contact can be avoided by wearing safety glasses or
EYE PROTECTION:
chemical splash goggles.

Keep away from skin. Skin contact can be minimized by wearing protective gloves
SKIN PROTECTION:
such as neoprene, nitrile-butadiene rubber, etc. and, where, necessary, impervious
clothing and boots. Leather goods contaminated by this product should be
discarded. A source of clean water should be available in the work area for
flushing eyes and skin.

Store in tightly closed containers in cool, dry, isolated and well ventilated areas away
STORAGE:
from heat, sources of ignnition and incompatible materials. Use non-sparkign tools
and explosion proof equipment. Ground lines, containers, and other equipment used
during product transfer to reduce the possibility of a static induced spark. Do not
"switch" load (load into containers which previously contained gasoline or other low
flash material) because of possible accumulation of a static charge resulting in a
source of ignition. Use good personal hygiene practices. After handling this product,
wash hands before eating, drinking, smoking or using toilet facilities.

Tanks, vessels or other confined spaces which have cotnained product should be freed
PRECAUTIONS:
of vapors before entering. Because H2S can accumulate in tanks, vessels, and bulk
transport compartments, personnel should stand upwind, keep their faces at least two
feet from compartment openings, and avoid breathing vapors when opening hatches
and dome covers. The container shoulc be checked to ensure a safe atmosphere before
entry. Empty containers may contain toxie, flammable/combustible or explosive residues
or vapors. Do not cut, grind, drill, weld or reuse empty container that contained this
product. Do not tranfser this product to another cotnainer unless the container receiving
the product is labeled with proper DOT shipping name, hazard class and other information
that describes the product and its hazards

If facility or operation has an "oil or hazardous substance contingency plan", activate
SPILL AND LEAK
its procedures. Stay upwind and away from spill. Wear appropriate protective equipment
PROCEDURES:
including respiratory protection as conditions warrant. Do not enter or stay in area unless
monitoring indicates that it is safe to do so. Isolate hazard area and restrict entry to
emergency crew. Combustible Liquid. Review Fire and Explosion Hazard Data before
proceeding with clean up. Keep all sources of ignition (flames, smoking, flares, etc.)




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and hot surfaces away from release. Contain spill in smallest possible area. Recover
as much product as possible (e.g. by vacuuming). Precautions in Case of a Spill or
Release: stop leak if it can be done wihtout risk. Use water spray to disperse vapors.
Spilled material may be absorbed by an appropriate absorbent, and then handled in
accordance with environmental regulations. Prevent spilled material from entering
sewers, storm drains, other unauthorized treatment or drainage systems and natural
waterways. Contact fire authorities and appropriate federal, state, and local agencies.
If spill of any amount is made into or upon navigable waters, the contiguous zone, or
adjoining shorelines, contact the National Response Center at (800) 424-8802. For
highway or railway spills, contact PERS at (800) 633-8253.

Dispose of material in accordance with local, county, state and federal regulations.
WASTE DISPOSAL:
contact state and federal regulators to determine whether the material should be
classified as a hazardous waste or industrial waste and handled accordingly.
Use licensed transporter and disposal facility.


SECTION 10 REGULATORY INFORMATION

SARA TITLE III (302, 304, 311, 312)
SECTION 302/304 EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
NO RQ FOR PRODUCT OR ANY CONSTITUENT > 1% OR 0.1% (CARCINOGEN)

SECTION 311 HAZARD CATEGORY


ACUTE CHRONIC FIRE PRESSURE REACTIVE NOT APPLICABLE
X X X

SARA TITLE III (313)
Naphthalene 3% Maximum
Benzene 1% Maximum

TSCA One the TSCA Inventory Lis:

Canada DSL On the DSL List

California Prop 65
This product contains the following ingredients for which the State of California
has found to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive hard, which would
require a warning under the statute:
Benzene

State Right-To-Know
Regulations: CHEMICAL NAME: STATE RIGHT-TO-KNOW:
1 Naphthalene CT, FL, IL, MA, NJ, PA, RI, MI, TN
2 Benzene MA, NJ, PA, TN

CERCLA/SUPERFUND
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
of 1980 (CERCLA) requires notification of the National Response Center of




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release quantities of Hazardous Substances equal or greater than the reportable
quantities (RQs) in 40 CFR 302.4.

OSHA Hazard Determination
This material is hazardous as defined by OSHA's Hazard Communication
Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200

Protection of Stratospheric ozone
(Pursuant to section 611 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990):
per 40 CFR part 82, this product does not contain nor was it directly manufactured
with any class I or II ozone depleting substances.

SECTION 11 LABELING INFORMATION

Danger! Exhaust Fumes have been reported to be an Occupationa hazard due to NIOSH-reported potential
carcinogenic properties. May cause irritation to eyes, skin and respiratory system. Avoid liquid,
mist, and vapor contact. Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Aspiration hazard, can enter lungs and cause
damage. May cause irritation or be harmful if inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Avoid prolonged or
repeated skin contact. Flammable Liquid. Vapors may explode.

CAUTION: FLAMMABLE MATERIAL.

Keep liquid and vapor away from heat, sparks, and flame. Surfaces that are usfficiently hot may ignite
liquid product in the absence of sparks or flames. Extinguish pilot light, cigarettes and turn off other sources
of ignition prior to use and until all vapors are gone. Vapors may accumulate and travel to ignition sources
distant from the handling site; flash-fire can result. Keep containers closed when not in use. Use only
with adequate ventilation. Containers, even those that have beem emptied can contain explosive vapors.
Do not cut, grind, drill, weld or perform similar operations on or near containers.

IF SWALLOWED, do not induce vomiting; aspiration hazard. Call physician immediately. In case of contact,
immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Wash skin with soap and plenty of water.
Product soaked clothing should be removed and laundered before reuse. Read Emergency and First
Aid Information section of the MSDS.

Use Only in Well Ventilated Locations. Keep away from heat, sparks and flames. In case of fire, use
water spray, foam, dry chemical, or carbon dioxide as described in the Fire and Explosion Hazard
Data section of the MSDS. Do not pressurize, cut, weld, braze, solder, drill on or near the container.
"Empty" container contains residue (liquid and/or vapor) and may explode in heat of a fire.

For industrial use only. Keep out of reach of children. Failure to use caution may cause serious injury
or illness. Never siphon by mouth.

DOT DOT CLASS 3: FLAMMABLE LIQUID




Store and handle in accordance with all current regulations and standards. Subject to storage regulations:
U.S. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.106.




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SECTION 12 SPECIAL NOTES
The information given herein was compiled from reference materials and other sources
DISCLAIMER:
believed to be reliable and is offered in good faith. However, the MSDS's accuracy
or completeness is not guaranteed by The Jankovich Company, nor is any
responsibility assumed or implied for any loss or damage resulting from inaccuracies
or omissions. Condition of use and suitability of the product for particular uses
are beyond our control; all risks of use of the product are therefore assumed by the
user and WE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES OF EVERY KIND AND
NATURE, INCLUDING WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT ABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE IN RESPECT TO THE USE OR SUITABILITY OF THE
PRODUCT. Nothing is intended as a recommendation for uses which infringe valid
patents or as extending license under valid patents. Appropriate warnings and safe
handling procedures should be provided to handlers and users. Alterations of this
document is strictly prohibited.

Except to the extent required by law, rebulication or retransmission of this document,
in whole or in part, is not permitted.

We are providing our most recent Material Data Safety Sheet and / or Environmental Data Sheet.
If you wish to receive updates to this information, please call us at (800) 650-0200.

The Jankovich Company
14066 Garfield Ave.
Paramount, CA 90723

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS ENVIRONMENTAL DATA PLEASE CALL
(800) 650-0200

FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PLEASE CALL:
The Jankovich Company (800) 650-0200
PERS: (800) 633-8253




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