MSDS NO: 0187-02
CAS NO.: 9003-0-8
DATE: JAN 1, 2000

BROADLEAF P4

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA

Product Identification

    Trade Name:
    Synonyms:
    Chemical Family:
    Molecular Formula:
    Molecular Weight:
    Broadleaf P4
    P4
    Cross-linked Copolymer Polyacrylamide
    Polymer
    Polymer

Hazardous Ingredients

    COMPONENT
    Polyacrylamide
    Acrylamide
    CAS NO.
    9003-05-8
    N/A
    %
    > 99.95
    < 0.05
    TWA/CEILING
    None

Physical Ingredients

    Appearance and Odor:
    Boiling Point:
    Melting Point:
    Vapor Pressure:
    Specific Gravity:
    Vapor Density:
    % Volatile
    pH:
    Evaporation Rate:
    Solubility in Water
    Fine flowable powder or flowable granular solid
    Not Applicable
    Not Applicable
    Not Applicable
    0.66 (water = 1.0)
    Not Applicable
    Nonvolatile
    Not Applicable
    Not Applicable
    Limited by viscosity

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Health Hazard Information

    Effects of Overexposure: Acute oral (rat) and acute dermal (rabbit) LD50 are both greater than 8,200mg/kg. Minimal irritation with pure moistened product and no skin irritation or sensitization were seen during primary irritation studies in rabbits.

    First Aid: In case of skin contact, wash affected areas of skin with soap and water. In case of eye contact, irrigate immediately with water for 15 minutes.

    Notes to Physician: None

    This product has been determined to be non-hazardous in accordance with 29CFR 1910.1200.

Fire and Explosion Data

    Flash Point:
    Autoignition Temp:
    Flammability:
    Not Applicable
    Not Available
    Not Applicable
    Extinguishing Media: Dry powder, foam, or carbon dioxide extinguishers in preference to water.
    Special Fire Fighting Measures: Product has a low fire hazard and will not burn. Consider as a normal nontoxic dust in a fire situation.

Reactivity Dat

    Stability: Stable, no known conditions leading to instability.
    Incompatibility: Strong oxidizing agents.
    Hazardous Decomposition Products: Thermal decomposition or combustion may produce carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, ammonia, and/or nitrogen oxides.
    Conditions Contributing to Hazardous Polymerization: Polymerization will not occur.

Spill or Leak Procedures

    Releases/Spills: Spilled material may become very slippery when wet. Sweep us area immediately and place waste in disposal container. Flush area with water to remove remaining residue. If still slippery, repeat process until slipperiness is gone.
    Neutralizing Chemicals: Water
    Waste Disposal Methods: No special methods required. Disposal must be made in accordance with applicable governmental regulations.

Special Protection Information

    Ventilation: Engineering controls are not usually needed if good industrial hygiene and safety practices are routinely followed.

Protective Equipment:

    Respiratory: None needed. Dusty operations may require dust masks or other applicable controls.
    Eye: Use splash proof goggles for operations where eye and face contact can occur.
    Gloves: Impervious gloves will minimize skin contact.
    Other Equipment: None Needed

Special Precautions

    Maintain good housekeeping to control accumulation of dust. Dust may be explosive if mixed with air in critical proportions and in the presence of a source of ignition.

    Do not use iron, copper, or aluminum containers or equipment to avoid product degradation and equipment corrosion. Before eating, drinking or smoking, wash face and hands thoroughly with soap and water.

Handling and Storage Requirements

    Transport and store material under dry conditions to prevent caking caused by water absorption from the atmosphere. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight to prevent polymer chain breakage.