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100-41-4
78-93-3
67-64-1
71010-58-7
108-65-6
80010-53-3
108-88-3
64742-95-6
98-56-6

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DuPont Performance Coatings
Material Safety Data Sheet
Clear Enamel Topcoats
SECTION 1 - Product and Company Identification INGREDIENTS CAS # VAPOR EXPOSURE
PRESSURE LIMITS
Manufacturer: E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co. 100-41-4 7.0 A 125.0 ppm
DuPont Performance Coatings 15 min STEL
Wilmington, DE, 19898 A 100.0 ppm
O 100.0 ppm
Telephone: Product Information: (800) 441-7515 D 25.0 ppm
Medical Emergency: (800) 441-3637 8 & 12 hour
Transportation Emergency: (800) 424-9300 TWA
(CHEMTREC)
METHYL ETHYL KETONE
Product: CLEAR ENAMEL TOPCOATS 78-93-3 71.0 @ 0.0 A 300.0 ppm
15 min STEL
DOT Shipping Name: See DOT addendum. D 300.0 ppm
15 min TWA
Hazardous Materials Information: See Section 10. A 200.0 ppm
O 200.0 ppm
SECTION 2 - Composition, Information on Ingredients D 200.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour
INGREDIENTS CAS # VAPOR EXPOSURE TWA
PRESSURE LIMITS
POLYESTER RESIN-A
ACETONE
180.0 @68.0螣F
67-64-1 A 750.0 ppm 65086-73-9 None A None
15 min STEL O None
A 500.0 ppm
O 1000.0 ppm POLYESTER RESIN-B
D 500.0 ppm 71010-58-7 None A None
8 & 12 hour O None
TWA
PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ACETATE
ACRYLIC POLYMER-A 108-65-6 3.7 D 10.0 ppm
Not Avail None A None 12 hr TWA
O None A None
O None
ACRYLIC POLYMER-B
80010-53-3 None A None TOLUENE
O None 108-88-3 22.0 O 300.0 ppm
CEIL
AROMATIC HYDROCARBON O 200.0 ppm

64742-95-6 10.0 @25.0 C D 50.0 ppm D 50.0 ppm
A None 8 & 12 hour
O None TWA
A 50.0 ppm
BENZENE,1-CHLORO-4 (TRIFLUOROMETHYL) Skin
98-56-6 5.3 S 25.0 ppm O 500.0 ppm
CEIL 10 min TWA
D 20.0 ppm Maximum
8 & 12 hour
TWA XYLENE

A None 1330-20-7 9.0 @ 25.0 C O 100.0 ppm
O None 15 min PEL
D 150.0 ppm
BUTYL ACETATE
123-86-4 10.0 A 200.0 ppm 15 min STEL
15 min STEL A 100.0 ppm
A 150.0 ppm O 100.0 ppm
O 150.0 ppm D 100.0 ppm
8 & 12 hour
ETHYL ACETATE TWA
141-78-6 76.0 A 400.0 ppm
O 400.0 ppm 1,2,4-TRIMETHYL BENZENE
7.0 @44.4 螣 C
95-63-6 A 25.0 ppm
ETHYLBENZENE O 25.0 ppm
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*A=ACGIH, O=OSHA, D=DuPont, S=Suppliers. Limits are 8 hour TWA unless
otherwise specified. Vapor pressure @25慰C unless otherwise noted. METHYL ETHYL KETONE
Material is irritating to mucous membranes and upper respiratory
SECTION 3 - Hazards Information tract. Persons with certain types of neurological disease such as
multiple sclerosis should consult a physician prior to exposure.
Increased susceptibility to the effects of this material may be
Potential Health Effects:
observed in people with preexisting disease of any of the following:
Inhalation:
May cause nose and throat irritation. May cause nervous system central nervous system eyes respiratory system skin Contact may
depression characterized by the following progressive steps: cause skin irritation with discomfort or rash. Can irritate or burn eyes.
headache, dizziness, nausea, staggering gait, confusion, Prolonged or repeated overexposure may cause any of the following:
unconsciousness. Reports have associated repeated and prolonged Conjunctivitis Dermatitis High concentrations have caused
overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system embryotoxic effects in laboratory animals. Methyl ethyl ketone has
damage. If this product contains or is mixed with an isocyanate been demonstrated to potentiate (i.e., shorten the time of onset) the
activator/hardener, the following health effects may apply: Exposure peripheral neuropathy caused by either n-hexane or methyl n-butyl
to isocyanates may cause respiratory sensitization. This effect may be ketone. MEK by itself has not been demonstrated to cause peripheral
permanent. Symptoms include an asthma-like reaction with shortness neuropathy. Mice that were force fed (gavage) showed teratogenic
of breath, wheezing, cough or permanent lung sensitization. This effects embryofetotoxicity and maternal toxicity. The no observed
effect may be delayed for several hours after exposure. Repeated effect level was estimated to be 25g/50 kg (110 lb.) woman.
Laboratory animals exposed to high airborne levels showed tissue
overexposure to isocyanates may cause a decrease in lung function,
changes in the nasal passages. Aspiration may occur during
which may be permanent. Individuals with lung or breathing
swallowing or vomiting, resulting in lung damage. May cause central
problems or prior reactions to isocyanates must not be exposed to
vapors or spray mist of this product. nervous system depression with headache, stupor, uncoordinated or
Ingestion: strange behavior, or unconsciousness.
May result in gastrointestinal distress.
Skin or eye contact: PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONOMETHYL ETHER ACETATE
May cause irritation or burning of the eyes. Repeated or prolonged May cause eye irritation with discomfort, tearing, or blurred vision.
liquid contact may cause skin irritation with discomfort and dermatitis. May cause moderate eye burning. Recurrent overexposure may result
in liver and kidney injury. May cause irritation of the upper respiratory
Other Potential Health Effects in addition to those listed above: passages.

ACETONE TOLUENE
May cause irritation of the mucous membranes. The following medical Chromosomal changes in the circulating blood of exposed workers
have been reported. The significance of these reports is unclear
conditions may be aggravated by exposure: respiratory system, skin.
because of exposure to other substances. Increased susceptibility to
Repeated or prolonged liquid contact may cause skin irritation with
the effects of this material may be observed in people with preexisting
discomfort and dermatitis. Overexposure may cause damage to any of
the following organs/systems: blood, eyes, kidneys, liver, respiratory disease of any of the following: central nervous system kidneys liver
system, skin. Aspiration may occur during swallowing or vomiting, respiratory system skin May cause eye irritation with discomfort,
resulting in lung damage. Material may be harmful or fatal if tearing, or blurred vision. Can be absorbed through the skin in
swallowed. Ingestion may cause headache, nausea, vomiting, harmful amounts. Recurrent overexposure may result in liver and
dizziness, and drowsiness. kidney injury. High airborne levels have produced irregular heartbeats
in animals and occasional palpitations in humans. Rats exposed to
very high airborne levels have exhibited high frequency hearing
AROMATIC HYDROCARBON deficits. The significance of this to man is unknown. Aspiration may
Laboratory studies with rats have shown that petroleum distillates can occur during swallowing or vomiting, resulting in lung damage.
cause kidney damage and kidney or liver tumors. These effects were Material may be harmful or fatal if swallowed. WARNING: This
not seen in similar studies with guinea pigs, dogs, or monkeys. chemical is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or
Several studies evaluating petroleum workers have not shown a other reproductive harm.
significant increase of kidney damage or an increase in kidney or liver
XYLENE
tumors.
Individuals with preexisting disease of the central nervous system,
BUTYL ACETATE kidneys, liver, cardiovascular system, lungs, or bone marrow may
May cause abnormal liver function. The following medical conditions have increased susceptibility to the toxicity of excessive exposures.
may be aggravated by exposure: respiratory system. May cause eye Can be absorbed through the skin in harmful amounts. Recurrent
irritation with discomfort, tearing, or blurred vision. Tests for overexposure may result in liver and kidney injury. Canada classifies
embryotoxic activity in animals has been inconclusive. Rats exposed to Xylene as a developmental toxin as high exposures to xylenes in some
very high airborne levels have exhibited high frequency hearing animal studies have been reported to cause health effects on the
deficits. The significance of this to man is unknown. Has been toxic to developing fetus/embryo. These effects were often at levels toxic to
the fetus in laboratory animals at doses that are toxic to the mother. the adult animal. The significance of these effects to humans is not
known.
ETHYL ACETATE
Prolonged and repeated high exposures of laboratory animals resulted SECTION 4 - First Aid Measures
in secondary anemia with an increase in white blood cells; fatty
First Aid Procedures:
degeneration, cloudy swelling and an excess of blood in various
organs. Inhalation:
If affected by inhalation of vapor or spray mist, move to fresh air. If
ETHYLBENZENE not breathing, give artificial respiration, preferably mouth-to-mouth.
Is an IARC, NTP or OSHA carcinogen. Individuals with preexisting If breathing difficulty persists, or occurs later, consult a physician.
diseases of the central nervous system, lungs, liver, or kidneys may Ingestion:
have increased susceptibility to the toxicity of excessive exposures. In the unlikely event of ingestion, DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Call a
Recurrent overexposure may result in liver and kidney injury. Studies physician immediately and have names of ingredients available.
in laboratory animals have shown reproductive, embryotoxic and Skin or eye:
developmental effects.
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In case of eye contact, immediately flush with plenty of water for at vapors and spray mist are exhausted. If product does not contain or
least 15 minutes; call a physician. In case of skin contact, wash is not mixed with an isocyanate activator/hardener, a properly fitted
thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation occurs, contact a air-purifying respirator with organic vapor cartridges (NIOSH TC-23C)
physician. and particulate filter (NIOSH TC-84A) may be used. Follow respirator
manufacturer s directions for respirator use. Do not permit anyone
SECTION 5 - Firefighting Measures without protection in the painting area. Individuals with history of lung
or breathing problems or prior reaction to isocyanates should not use
Flash Point (Closed Cup) See Section 11 for exact values. or be exposed vapor or spray mist if product contains or is mixed with
Flammable limits LFL 0.0 % UFL 13.1 % isocyanate activators/hardeners.
Extinguishing media: Protective clothing:
Universal aqueous film-forming foam, carbon dioxide, dry chemical. Neoprene gloves and coveralls are recommended.
Fire fighting procedures: Eye protection:
Full protective equipment, including self-contained breathing Desirable in all industrial situations. Goggles are preferred to prevent
apparatus, is recommended. Water from fog nozzles may be used to eye irritation. If safety glasses are substituted, include splash guard or
prevent pressure build-up. side shields.
Fire & explosion hazards:
For flammable liquids, vapor/air will ignite when an ignition source is SECTION 9 - Physical and Chemical Properties
present. In other cases, when heated above the flash point, emits
flammable vapors which, when mixed with air, can burn or be Evaporation Rate Slower than Ether
explosive. Fine mists or sprays may be flammable at temperatures Solubility in water NIL
below the flash point. Vapor Density Heavier than air
Approx. boiling range (螣 C ) -17 - 0 螣 (C)
Approx. freezing range (螣 C ) -92 - -93 螣 (C)
SECTION 6 - Accidental Release Measures
Gallon weight (lbs/gal) 8.06 - 8.28
Steps to be taken in case material is released or spilled: Specific gravity 0.97 - 0.99
Ventilate area. Remove sources of ignition. Prevent skin and eye Percent volatile by volume 65.30 - 76.61
contact and breathing of vapor. If the material contains, or is mixed Percent volatile by weight 58.75 - 72.56
with an isocyanate activator/hardener: Wear a positive-pressure, Percent solids by volume 23.39 - 34.71
supplied-air respirator (NIOSH approved TC-19C), eye protection, Percent solids by weight 27.44 - 41.25
gloves and protective clothing. Pour liquid decontamination solution
over the spill and allow to sit at least 10 minutes. Typical SECTION 10 - Stability and Reactivity
decontamination solutions for isocyanate containing materials are:
20% Surfactant (Tergitol TMN 10) and 80% Water OR 0 -10% Stability: Stable
Ammonia, 2-5% Detergent and Water (balance). Pressure can be Incompatibility (materials to avoid): Water, alcohols, amines
generated. Do not seal waste containers for 48 hours to allow C02 to Hazardous decomposition products:
vent. After 48 hours, material may be sealed and disposed of CO, C02, smoke, and oxides of any heavy metals that are reported in
properly. If material does not contain or is not mixed with an Section 2.
isocyanate activator/hardener: Wear a properly fitted air-purifying Hazardous polymerization: Will not occur.
respirator with organic vapor cartridges (NIOSH approved TC-23C), Sensitivity to static discharge:
For flammable materials (flashpoint less than 100 螣 F) and
eye protection, gloves and protective clothing. Confine, remove with
combustibles (flashpoint between 100-200 螣 F) if heated above the
inert absorbent, and dispose of properly.
flashpoint, solvent vapors in air may explode if static grounding and
SECTION 7 - Handling and Storage bonding is not used during transfer of this product.
Sensitivity to mechanical impact: Not Applicable
Precautions to be taken in handling and storing:
Observe label precautions. If combustible (flashpoint between 100 - SECTION 11 - Additional Information
200 螣 F), keep away from heat, sparks and flame. If flammable
(flashpoint less than 100 螣 F), also keep away from static discharges PRODUCT CODE INGREDIENTS (Product Specific)
and other sources of ignition. If material is extremely flammable
(flashpoint less than 20 螣 F) or flammable, VAPORS MAY IGNITE 500S Acetone, Acrylic Polymer-B, Benzene,1-Chloro-4 (Trifluoromethyl),
EXPLOSIVELY OR CAUSE FLASH FIRE, respectively. Vapors may Ethylbenzene(0.1-0.2%*@), Propylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether Acetate,
spread long distances. Prevent buildup of vapors. Close container Toluene(3%*@)
after each use. Ground containers when pouring. Wash thoroughly GAL WT: 8.25 WT PCT SOLIDS:31.60 VOL PCT SOLIDS:27.25
after handling and before eating or smoking. Do not store above 120螣 SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.76 VOC LE: 4.9 VOC AP: 3.5
FLASH POINT: 20 螣 F to below 73螣 F H: 2 F: 3 R: 1 OSHA STORAGE: IA
螣 螣
F. If product is waterbased, do not freeze.
Other precautions: TSCA STATUS: In compliance PHOTOCHEMICALLY REACTIVE: NO
If material is a coating: do not sand, flame cut, braze or weld dry
coating without a NIOSH approved respirator or appropriate
ventilation. 580S Acrylic Polymer-B, Ethyl Acetate, Ethylbenzene(0.1-0.2%*@), Propylene
Glycol Monomethyl Ether Acetate, Toluene(8%*@)
SECTION 8 - Exposure Controls or Personal Protection GAL WT: 8.28 WT PCT SOLIDS:31.58 VOL PCT SOLIDS:27.33
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.80 VOC LE: 5.7 VOC AP: 5.7
FLASH POINT: 20 螣 F to below 73 螣 F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
螣 螣
Engineering controls and work practices:
Ventilation: TSCA STATUS: In compliance PHOTOCHEMICALLY REACTIVE: NO
Provide sufficient ventilation in volume and pattern to keep
contaminants below applicable exposure limits.
2080S Acrylic Polymer-B, Ethyl Acetate, Ethylbenzene(0.1-0.2%*@), Methyl
Respiratory: Ethyl Ketone(12%*@), Polyester Resin-B, Propylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether
Do not breathe vapors or mists. If this product contains isocyanates or Acetate, Toluene(7%*@)
is used with an isocyanate activator/hardener, wear a positive- GAL WT: 8.06 WT PCT SOLIDS:29.95 VOL PCT SOLIDS:25.20
pressure, supplied-air respirator (NIOSH approved TC-19C) while SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.55 VOC LE: 5.6 VOC AP: 5.6
FLASH POINT: 20 螣 F to below 73 螣 F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IA
螣 螣
mixing activator/hardener with paint, during application and until all
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TSCA STATUS: In compliance PHOTOCHEMICALLY REACTIVE: NO


780S Acrylic Polymer-B, Ethyl Acetate, Ethylbenzene(0.9-2.2%*@), Propylene
Glycol Monomethyl Ether Acetate, Toluene(8%*@), Xylene(6-8%*@)
GAL WT: 8.16 WT PCT SOLIDS:27.44 VOL PCT SOLIDS:23.39
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.73 VOC LE: 5.9 VOC AP: 5.9
FLASH POINT: 20 螣 F to below 73 螣 F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
螣 螣

TSCA STATUS: In compliance PHOTOCHEMICALLY REACTIVE: YES


7800S Acrylic Polymer-A, Aromatic Hydrocarbon, Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate,
Ethylbenzene(0.1-0.2%*@), Methyl Ethyl Ketone (10%*@), Polyester Resin-A,
Propylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether Acetate, Toluene(2%*@), Xylene(1-1%*@),
1,2,4-Trimethyl Benzene(1-6%*)
GAL WT: 8.11 WT PCT SOLIDS:41.25 VOL PCT SOLIDS:34.71
SOLVENT DENSITY: 7.30 VOC LE: 4.7 VOC AP: 4.6
FLASH POINT: 20 螣 F to below 73 螣 F H: 2 F: 3 R: 0 OSHA STORAGE: IB
螣 螣

TSCA STATUS: In compliance PHOTOCHEMICALLY REACTIVE: YES



Footnotes:
TSCA: in compliance = In compliance with TSCA Inventory requirements for
commercial purposes.
ACGIH= American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
IARC = International Agency for Research on Cancer
NTP = National Toxicology Program
OSHA = Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PNOR= Particles Not Otherwise Regulated
PNOC= Particles Not Otherwise Classified
STEL= Short Term Exposure Limit
TWA = Time-Weighted Average
*= Section 313 Supplier Notification: These chemicals are subject to
the reporting requirements of Section 313 of the Emergency
planning and Right-to-Know Act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372.
@= Clean Air Act Hazardous Air Pollutant.
#= EPCRA Section 302 - Extremely Hazardous Substance.

NOTICE:
The information on this Material Safety Data Sheet relates only to the specific
material designated herein and does not relate to use in combination with any
other material or in any process.


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