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Material Safety Data Sheet

SPI #05007-AB; 05007-DA Carbon Paint Thinner
Conductive Carbon Paint and Thinner
Section 01 Identification

Date Effective...........   January 8, 2009
                            (most recent revision)


Chemical Name/Synonyms...   ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL, 
                            ISOPROPANOL, 2-PROPANOL


Chemical family..........   ALIPHATIC ALCOHOL


Emergency use only numbers                
Contacting CHEMTREC:

24 Hour Emergencies Use Only #'s.............  
Worldwide phone : 1-(703)-527-3887
Worldwide FAX   : 1-(703)-741-6090
Toll-free phone : 1-(800)-424-9300 USA only


Product or Trade Name....  SPI #5007 CARBON PAINT THINNER
                           (Formulated for use with SPI# 5006 Carbon Paint)

CAS #....................  67-63-0

Chemical Formula.........  CH3CHOHCH3

Hazardous Material
Information System
USA
Health 1 National Fire
Protection Association
USA
Fire Hazard 3
Reactivity 0
Personal Protection
NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) Rating (Scale 0-4) : HEALTH=1 FLAMMABILITY=3 REACTIVITY=0 OTHER=0


Section 02 Composition information on Ingredients

CAS #....................  67-63-0

Chemical Formula.........  CH3CHOHCH3




Section 03 Hazards Identification

Potential health effects (acute and chronic):

Symptoms of exposure:
   Effects of ingestion or inhalation: nausea, intoxication, 
   central nervous system depression, headache, decreased blood 
   rate, coma. High vapor concentration cause irritation of eyes 
   and respiratory system. Contact may cause eye injury, skin 
   irritation.

Medical condition aggravated by exposure:
   Respiratory and skin conditions.

Routes of entry:
   Inhalation, ingestion or skin contact.

Carcinogenicity:
   The material is not listed IARC - International Agency for 
   Research on Cancer; NTP-National Toxicology Program; OSHA - 
   Occupational Safety and Health Administration; as cancer 
   causing agent. Not on "Z" list either.

Toxicity data:
   LD50 (ORAL-RAT)     5045 mg/kg
   LD50 (IPR-MOUSE)     933 mg/kg
   LD50 (SKN-RABBIT)     13 mg/kg
   LD50 (IV-MOUSE)     1863 mg/kg


Toxicological findings:
   Test on laboratory animals indicate material may produce adverse 
   mutagenic and reproductive effects. Cited in RTECS (Registry of 
   Toxic Effects Substance).

Effects of overexposure:
   Inhalation of vapors may cause headache, nausea, vomiting, 
   dizziness, drowsiness, irritation of respiratory track, and 
   loss of consciousness. Inhalation of vapors may cause pulmonary 
   edema. Liquid may be irritating to skin and eyes. Prolonged 
   skin contact may result in dermatitis. Eye contact may result in 
   temporary corneal damage. Ingestion may cause nausea, vomiting, 
   headaches, dizziness, gastrointestinal irritation. Ingestion 
   may cause central nervous system depression.

Emergency overview:
  Flammable liquid and vapor.
  May cause eye injury.
  Harmful if inhaled or swallowed.



NFPA 
(National Fire Protection Association) 
Rating (Scale 0-4) :
          HEALTH=1 FLAMMABILITY=3 REACTIVITY=0 OTHER=0




Section 04 First Aid Measures

Emergency and first aid procedures:
    Get medical assistance for all cases of over-exposure.
   
    Skin:       Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
   
    Eyes:       Immediately flush thoroughly with water for 
                at least 15 minutes.
 
    Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. Artificial respiration 
                if breathing has stopped.

    Ingestion:  If conscious, drink water and induce vomiting. 
                Immediately as directed by medical personnel. 
                Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.



Section 5: Fire Fighting Measures

Flash Point....................  12C (53F) (TCC-Tagged Closed Cup) 
Flammable Limits in Air........  Flammable limit in air, % by vol.
    LEL (Lower Explosive Limit) : 2%
    UEL (Upper Explosive Limit) : 12%

Fire Extinguishing Media:
    Dry Chemical, CO2, "alcohol" foam, water spray to cool 
    fire-exposed containers and disperse vapor; water on fire itself 
    may be ineffective.

Firefighting Procedure:
    Wear self-contained breathing apparatus.

Fire and explosion hazards.
    Dangerous fire and explosion hazard. Vapor can travel distance 
    to ignition source and flash back. Hot organic chemical vapors 
    or mists are susceptible to sudden spontaneous combustion when 
    mixed with air. Ignition may occur at temperatures below published 
    autoignition or ignition temperatures. Ignition temperatures 
    published autoignition or ignition temperatures. Ignition 
    temperatures decrease with increasing vapor volume and vapor/air 
    contact time and are influenced by pressure changes. Ignition may 
    occur at typical elevated temperature process conditions, 
    especially in process operating under vacuum if subjected to sudden 
    ingress of air, or outside process equipment operating under elevated 
    pressure if sudden escape of vapors or mists to the atmosphere occurs.




Section 06: Accidental Release Measures

Spill Response:
    Evacuate the area of all unnecessary personnel.
    Wear suitable protective equipment listed under exposure/personal 
    protection. Eliminate any ignition sources until the area is 
    determined to be free from explosion or fire hazards. Contain the 
    release and eliminate its source. If this can be done without risk. 
    Take up and containerize for proper disposal as described under 
    disposal. Comply with federal, state, and local regulations on 
    reporting release. Refer to regulatory information for reportable 
    quantity and other regulatory data.

Disposal considerations:
   EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) waste numbers: 0001

Treatment:
   Incineration, fuels blending or recycle. Contact your local 
   permitted TSD (Treatment Storage and Disposal Facility) for 
   permissible treatment sites. Use only a permitted TSD to assure 
   compliance with all current local, state and federal regulations.



Section 07: Handling and Storage

Engineering Controls / Personal Protection:

    Ventilation: Respiratory protection, protective clothing, eye 
                 protection. Respiratory protection: If work place 
                 exposure limit(s) of product or any component is 
                 exceeded (see TLV/PEL in section 9), a NIOSH/MSHA 
                 (National Institute of Occupational Safety and 
                 Health/Mine Safety and Health Administration) 
                 approved air supplied respirator is advised in 
                 absence of proper environmental control. OSHA  
                 regulations also permit other NIOSH/MSHA respirators 
                 (negative pressure type) under specified conditions 
                 (see your safety equipment supplier). Engineering 
                 and/or administrative controls should be implemented 
                 to reduce exposure. Material should be handled or 
                 transferred in an approved fume hood or with adequate 
                 ventilation. Protective gloves such as Butyl rubber, 
                 PVC (polyvinyl chloride), or equivalent should be worn 
                 to prevent skin contact. Safety glasses with side 
                 shields must be worn at all times.

Work/Hygienic practices:
    Wash thoroughly after handling.

Do not take internally.
    Eye wash and safety equipment should be readily available.





Section 08: Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

Airborne Exposure Limits:
None established

Ventilation System:
In general, dilution ventilation is a satisfactory health hazard 
control  for this substance.  However, if conditions of use create 
discomfort to  the worker, a local exhaust system should be considered.  
Use explosion  proof equipment.

Personal Respirator (NIOSH Approved):
Not expected to require personal respirator usage.

Skin Protection:
Wear protective gloves and clean body-covering clothing.

Eye Protection:
Use chemical safety goggles. Maintain eye wash fountain and 
quick-drench  facilities in work area.




Section 09: Physical and Chemical Properties
Boiling Point............    760 mm Hg : 82.3°C (180°F)
Formula Weight...........    60.10 g/mol 
Coeff. of Water/Oil Dist.    NOT DETERMINED
pH (Liquids Only)........    NOT DETERMINED
% Volatile By Volume.....    100
Melting Point............    -88.5° C
Vapor Pressure...........    mm Hg: 0.7854
Vapor Density/Air is 1...    2.01
Solubility In Water......    INFINITELY MISCIBLE
Appearance and Color......    CLEAR, COLORLESS LIQUID
Specific Gravity.........    (H2O = 1): 0.7854
Evaporation Rate(n-butyl acetate = 1):   2.88 
Odor.....................    slight odor of "rubbing alcohol"





Section 10: Stability and Reactivity

Stable: Yes

Hazardous Polymerization:
    Does not occur.

Hazardous Decomposition Products:
    COx (Carbon Dioxide / Carbon Monoxide)

Conditions to avoid:
    Heat, Contact with ignition source.

Materials to avoid:
    Acids, Oxidizers, Other: Halogen and Halogen Compounds; Aldehydes.




Section 11: Toxicological Information

Potential health effects (acute and chronic):

Symptoms of exposure:
   Effects of ingestion or inhalation: nausea, intoxication, 
   central nervous system depression, headache, decreased blood 
   rate, coma. High vapor concentration cause irritation of eyes 
   and respiratory system. Contact may cause eye injury, skin 
   irritation.

Medical condition aggravated by exposure:
   Respiratory and skin conditions.

Routes of entry:
   Inhalation, ingestion or skin contact.

Carcinogenicity:
   The material is not listed IARC - International Agency for 
   Research on Cancer; NTP-National Toxicology Program; OSHA - 
   Occupational Safety and Health Administration; as cancer 
   causing agent. Not on "Z" list either.

Toxicity data:
   LD50 (ORAL-RAT)     5045 mg/kg
   LD50 (IPR-MOUSE)     933 mg/kg
   LD50 (SKN-RABBIT)     13 mg/kg
   LD50 (IV-MOUSE)     1863 mg/kg


Toxicological findings:
   Test on laboratory animals indicate material may produce adverse 
   mutagenic and reproductive effects. Cited in RTECS (Registry of 
   Toxic Effects Substance).

Effects of overexposure:
   Inhalation of vapors may cause headache, nausea, vomiting, 
   dizziness, drowsiness, irritation of respiratory track, and 
   loss of consciousness. Inhalation of vapors may cause pulmonary 
   edema. Liquid may be irritating to skin and eyes. Prolonged 
   skin contact may result in dermatitis. Eye contact may result in 
   temporary corneal damage. Ingestion may cause nausea, vomiting, 
   headaches, dizziness, gastrointestinal irritation. Ingestion 
   may cause central nervous system depression.

Emergency overview:
  Flammable liquid and vapor.
  May cause eye injury.
  Harmful if inhaled or swallowed.



Section 12: Ecological Information


Environmental Fate:
       No information found in our selected references.

Bioaccumulation:
       Not expected to occur.

Environmental Toxicity:
       No information found



Section 13: Disposal Considerations


Whatever can not be saved for recovery or recycling should be 
handled as hazardous waste and sent to a RCRA approved waste  
facility.  Processing, use or contamination of this product 
may change the waste management options.  State and local 
disposal regulations may different from federal disposal 
regulations.

Dispose of container and unused contents in accordance with  
federal, state, and local requirements.





Section 14: Transport Information

Domestic USA (Land, US Dept. of Transportation)
   Proper shipping name: FLAMMABLE LIQUID
   Hazard class: 3
   UN/NA: UN 1993  Packing Group II
   

International (Water, I.M.O.)
   Proper shipping name: FLAMMABLE LIQUID
   Hazard class: 3
   UN/NA: UN 1993  Packing Group II
   

Marine Pollutant:
   No information
     


Section 15: Regulatory Information

Component                  Appr %
Iso-Propyl Alcohol         100%


Exposure guidelines:
OSHA - PEL 
(Permitted Exposure Level):
               TWA           STEL           CL      
Component   ppm   mg/m3   ppm    mg/m3   ppm  mg/m3  Skin ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
            400   980     500    1225    


ACGIH/TLV   
(American Conference of Governmental Industrial 
Hygienists/Threshold Limit Values):
               TWA           STEL           CL
            ppm   mg/m3   ppm    mg/m3   ppm  mg/m3  Skin
            400   980     500    1230    


TSCA (Toxic Substance Control Act) Inventory:
   The CAS Number of this product is listed on the TSCA inventory list.

   Definitions:
 
      SARA:   Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986
 
      CERCLA: Comprehensive Environment Response 
              Compensation and Liability Act

      EHS:    Extremely Hazardous Substance

      OSHA:   Occupational Safety and Health Act.


                   SARA            SARA        CERCLA
COMPONENT          EHS           EHS  TPQ       RQ
                  (302)         (LBS)          (LBS)

ISO-PROPYL ALCOHOL
                   OSHA            SARA        DEMINIMIS
COMPONENT        FLOOR LIST        313         FOR SARA 313
                                                 (%)
ISO-PROPYL           Y              Y            0.1


California Prop. 65:

  Proposition 65 requires manufacturers or distributors of consumer 
  products into the State of California to provide a warning statement 
  if the product contains ingredients for which the State has found to 
  cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.  If this product 
  contains an ingredient listed by the State of California to cause cancer 
  or reproductive toxicity, it will be listed below:

                            No such ingredients have been found.


Disclaimer of Liability:
Caution! Do not use SPI Supplies products or materials in applications involving implantation within the body; direct or indirect contact with the blood pathway; contact with bone, tissue, tissue fluid, or blood; or prolonged contact with mucous membranes. Products offered by SPI Supplies are not designed or manufactured for use in implantation in the human body or in contact with internal body fluids or tissues. SPI Supplies will not provide to customers making devices for such applications any notice, certification, or information necessary for such medical device use required by US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulation or any other statute. SPI Supplies and Structure Probe, Inc. make no representation, promise, express warranty or implied warranty concerning the suitability of these materials for use in implantation in the human body or in contact with internal body tissues of fluids.

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