MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


 

1. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION

 

Product Name

PVC Sheet: InteCel (DuraBoard), InteCel PW (DuraBoard PW)

Product Code

Inte001

Chemical Family

Vinyl Polymers

Chemical Name

Polyvinyl Chloride Sheet

CAS No

Not applicable

Formula

Proprietary

Technical Information

512-874-3760

 

2. PRODUCT INGREDIENTS

 

No.

Components

CAS No.

Percent

OSHA PEL

1

PVC Sheet

9002-86-2

70 - 95%

5 mg/M (respirable dust)

2

Calcium Carbonate

1317-65-3

0 - 20%

10 mg/M (total dust)

3

Titanium Dioxide

13463-67-7

0 - 20%

110 mg/M (total dust)

4

Proprietary

Mixtures

0 - 3%

Not established

 

3. PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

 

Physical Form

Solid

Colour

Finished sheet with colours specified

Odor

Insignificant

Molecular Weight

Ranging from 60,000 -150,000

Boiling Point

Not applicable

Melting Point

Not established

Freezing Point

Not applicable

Solubility in Water

None

Specific Gravity

0.5-1.4 (water = 1)

Vapor Density

Not applicable

Evaporation Rate

None (Butyl Acetate = 1)

Vapor Pressure

Not applicable

% Volatile

None

pH

Not applicable

 

The physical data presented above are typical values and should not be constructed as a specification.

 

4. FIRE HAZARD DATA AND FIGHTING METHOD

 
Flash point N/A
Auto ignition N/A

Flammable Limits in Air

                               (LEL, %)

                               (UEL, %)    

N/A

N/A

Extinguishing Media Dry chemical, foam water, or carbon dioxide
Special Fire Fighting Procedure In the event of a fire, wear NOISH approved, positive pressure, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and full protective clothing. Evacuate all personnel from danger area. Use dry chemical, foam, water or carbon dioxide to extinguish.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards PVC will not continue to burn after ignition without an external fire source. However, when forced to burn, the major gaseous products of the combustion of PVC are carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen chloride.

5. HUMAN HEALTH DATA

Emergency Overview

During a Fire Emergency

Primary Route(s) of Exposure

  Inhalation

  Ingestion

  Eye

  Skin Contact

Potential Health Effects and Symptoms of Over-Exposure

During a fire emergency, when this product is burned, it may generate smoke.

Eye Contact

Smoke from a fire emergency may cause eye irritation.

Skin Contact

Molten plastics from a fire may cause skin burns.

Inhalation

Smoke from a fire may cause respiratory irritation.

Ingestion

Unlikely

Medical Conditions Aggravated by Over-Exposure

Available toxicological information and the physical/chemical properties of the material suggests that there is no evidence that this product aggravates an existing medical condition.

Carcinogenicity

NPT: No

IARC: No

OSHA: No

 

6. FIRST AID MEASURES

 

Eye Contact Immediately flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes. Do not rub the eyes. If irritation develops, consult a physician.
Skin Contact If burned by molten plastics, get medical attention immediately.
Inhalation If smoke from burning plastics, get medical attention immediately.
Inhalation Unlikely
Notes to Physician Treat symptomatically and supportively.
Other Instructions Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

7. EXPOSURE CONTROLS & PERSONAL PROTECTION RECOMMENDATIONS

Eye  Protection Wear safety glasses during sheet cutting or fabrication process.
Skin Protection Wear gloves when cutting or fabricating sheets by hands.
Respiratory Protection Fire fighter should wear NIOSH approved self-contained breathing appartus (SCBA) during fire emergency.
Engineering Control Ventilation Requirement:   Local Exhaust   Specific:   General
Require Work/Hygiene Procedure Don not eat, drink, or smoke in work area. Wash hands thoroughly after handling, especially before eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, or using restroom facility.
Exposure Guildlines
No. P
Components PVC Sheet
OSHA-PEL N/A
ACGIH-TLV N/A

8. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE CONTROL MEASURE

Response to Spills N/A

9. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling Use with care. Wear gloves if necessary when cutting or fabricating sheet.
Storage Store in a cool dry, well-ventilated area away from sources of extreme heat or Fire. Note: Electrical buildup is possible
Container Use N/A

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability Stable
Conditions to Avoid Fire or extreme heat
Hazardous Decomposition If burned, it will generate carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, HCI.
Hazardous Polymerization Will not occur.

11. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Disposal Method It must be disposed of in accordance with Federal, State and local environment control regulations.
Recycle/Reclaim Recycling of PVC sheet should be encouraged where possible.

12. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

DOT Shipping Name Not listed
DOT Label N/A
DOT Hazard Class Not Regulated
UN/NA Number N/A
Hazard Label(s) N/A
Hazard Placard(s) N/A
Packing Group N/A
Bulk Packaging N/A
RQ N/A
Emergency Response Guide (ERG) No. N/A

13. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

The information provided below can be subject to misinterpretation. Therefore, it is essential that the following information be interpreted by individuals trained in its evaluation.

Chemical PVC Sheet
Toxicity Data A review of the scientific literature did not indicate specific toxicological information for PVC sheet.

14. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No data is available on the adverse effects of this product on the environment.

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

 

Federal Regulatory Information: PVC Sheet

OSHA Status

Not listed, non-hazardous

EPA Clean Air Act Status

Not listed

EPA Clean Water Act Status

Not listed

TSCA Status

All ingredients are listed on TSCA Inventory (40CFR710)

CERCLA RQ

Not listed

SARA Title 3: PVC Sheet

Section 302*

None

*Reportable quantity of extremely hazardous substance, Sec. 302

*Threshold planning quantity, extremely hazardous substance, Sec. 302

Section 313**

None

**Toxic chemical, Sec. 313.

**Category as required by Sec. 313 (40CFR372.65C) must be used on Toxic       Release Inventory form.

Section 311/312***

None

***Hazard category for SARA Sec. 311/312 reporting

    H1=acute health hazard

    H2=chronic health hazard

    P3=fire hazard

    P4=sudden release of pressure hazard

    P5=reactive hazard

RCRA Status

It is the responsibility of the product user to determine at the time of disposal whether a material containing the product or derived from the product should be classified as a hazardous waste (40CFR261.20-24).

Other Regulatory Information

 

The following chemicals are specially listed by individual states; other product-specific health and safety data in other sections of the MSDS may also be applicable for state requirements. For details on your regulatory requirements, you should contact the appropriate agency in your state.

 

State

None

Chemical

PVC Sheet

Regulation

None

Product Name

PVC Sheet

International

None

 

16. OTHER INFORMATION

 

 NFPA

 HMIS

 Fire - 1

 Health - 0

 Health - 0

 Flammability - 1

 Reactivity - 0

 Reactivity - 0

 Specific Hazard - None

 Personal Protection Index - E

 

This information is furnished without warranty, expressed or implied, except that it is accurate to the best knowledge of World-Pak Division, Inteplast Group, Ltd. Neither World-Pak Division, Inteplast Group, Ltd. nor any of its subsidiaries assume any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present unknown hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are described herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards that exist. World-Pak Division, Inteplast Group, Ltd. handling, storage, use or disposal of this product.