IPP BRAND PRODUCTS

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


Trade Name: POLY-FOAM COMP. “B”
Chemical Family:
Formula: Mixture


Manufacturer: BASF CANADA 100 Milverton Drive Mississauga, ON L5R 4H1 
Emergency Phone #’s: (800) 454-2673

Supplier: Industrial Plastics (1975) Ltd.

776 Cloverdale Ave., Victoria, BC V8X 2S7
Tel.# (800) 667-1757


Transportation EMG. Phone # CANUTEC (613) 996-6666 (604) 930-0650


HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS:
Poly[oxy(methyl-1,2-ethanedyl)],
.alpha.,.alpha.’,.alpha.”-1,2,3-
propanetriyltris[.omega.-hydroxy-
>=10.0 - <=30.0% CAS# 25791-96-2

Exposure Limits: N/A

PHYSICAL DATA:
Appearance & Odour: light amber liquid, faint odour
Odour Threshold: N/A
Vapour Pressure: 155.00 MM HG @ 23ºC
Vapour Density: No data
Solubility in Water: Slightly soluble
Density: 1. g/cm3
Bulk Density: 9.06 lbs/US gal


FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA:
Flashpoint & Method: 93oC (open cup)
Flammable Limits: UFL & LFL - N/A
Extinguishing Methods: CO2, dry extinguishing media, water and foam
Special Equipment & Procedures: Self-contained breathing apparatus & complete protective clothing. Do not direct solid water stream or foam into hot , burning pools; this may cause frothing and increase fire intensity.Do npt direct solid water stream or foam into hot burning pools, this may cause frothing and increase fire intensity.


REACTIVITY DATA:
Conditions Contributing to Instability: > 27ºC. Avoid moisture, direct sunlight and excessive temoperatures.
Incompatible Substances: Oxidizing materials, isocyanates and acids. Alkali or alkaline earth metals ( aluminum, zinc, beryllium and copper )
Hazardous Decomposition Products: Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide.
Hazardous Polymerization: No data


HEALTH HAZARDS DATA:NOTE: Health studies have shown that exposure to chemicals pose potential risks which may vary fromperson to person. Exposure to liquids, vapours, mists or fumes should be minimized.

PRINCIPAL HEALTH HAZARDS:
Skin Contact: This product contains amine catalyst and will cause irritation to the skin after prolonged contact. Some individuals may be more sensitive to exposure.
Eye Contact: May cause slight irritation to the eyes.
Ingestion: This is not considered a common occupational route of exposure, and no observable effects have been demonstrated.
Inhalation: May cause irritation to the throat and respiratory passages, but at room temperature, vapour inhalation is not considered hazardous. Vapours may cause dizziness, tremors, cardiac arrhythmia and cardiac arrest


FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
Skin: Wash with warm soapy water. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.
Eyes: Flush with flowing water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, obtain medical attention.
Ingestion: Rinse mouth and then drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting. Seek immediate medical attention
Inhalation: Remove to fresh air, give oxygen or artificial respiration as required and seek medical attention.


PREVENTIVE MEASURES:
Skin: Always apply appropriate barrier cream to exposed skin. Wear impervious gloves (butyl rubber), coveralls and safety footwear.
Eyes: Chemical proof goggles or full face respirator if vapours cause eye irritation.
Ingestion: Wash thoroughly before consuming food stuffs.
Inhalation: Use only in well ventilated areas or use NIOSH or CAS approved respiratory protection with organic vapour cartridges.


CONTROL MEASURES & PRECAUTIONS
Keep container tightly closed. Do not consume food, drink or tobacco in work area or material storage areas. Use caution and personal cleanliness to avoid skin and eye contact. Avoid breathing vapours of heated materials. Use paper covering absorbent wipes and suitable disposable containers in work area.


SPILL, LEAK & DISPOSAL METHODS
Review fire and explosion hazards and safety precautions before proceeding with clean up. Restrictaccess to area. Contain spill to prevent liquid from entering sewers or waterways. Recover free liquid and use an absorbent material (i.e. sand, vermiculite) to soak up balance. Place in suitable container for disposal. Wash the contaminated area with hot soapy water, thoroughly. Ventilate area to remove vapours.


DISPOSAL METHOD
Dispose only in a facility permitted to dispose of hazardous waste by Federal, Provincial and Municipal regulations.


SHIPPING INFORMATION
Shipping Name: Non regulated
Hazard Class: N/A
UN/PIN #: N/A
Flashpoint: 93oC
WHMIS: D2B

The information contained herein is based on data that we believe to be accurate. No warranty either expressed or implied is made. This information is offered solely for your consideration interpretation and information.

Preparation Date: February 28, 1993
Prepared by: Ron Sherring, 776 Cloverdale Ave., Victoria, BC
Telephone #: (800) 667-1757

Revised Date: June 3, 2017