Section 1 — Chemical Product and Company Identification
Section 2 — Composition, Information on Ingredients
Section 3 — Hazards Identification
Call a physician, seek medical attention for further treatment, observation and support after first aid.
Inhalation: Remove to fresh air at once. If breathing has stopped give artificial respiration immediately.
Eye: Immediately flush with fresh water for 15 minutes.
External: Wash continuously with fresh water for 15 minutes.
Internal: Give large quantities of water. Call a physician or poison control at once.
Section 4 — First Aid Measures
Section 7 — Handling and Storage
Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Wear chemical splash goggles, chemical-resistant gloves and chemical-resistant apron.
Use ventilation to keep airborne concentrations and low exposure limits. Always wear a NIOSH-approved respirator with proper
cartridges or a positive pressure, air-supplied respirator when handling this material in emergency situations (spill or fire).
Oily, colorless liquid with pungent, very obnoxious odor.
Strong irritant to body tissue; stench agent. Moderately toxic by ingestion. Avoid all body contact.
Flammable liquid. Use only in a fume hood.
Section 5 — Fire Fighting Measures
When heated to decomposition, emits acrid smoke and irritating fumes.
Flash Point: 170 F Upper: 10% Lower: 2% Autoignition Temperature: 824 F
Fire Fighting Instructions: Use triclass, dry chemical fire extinguisher. Firefighters should wear PPE
and SCBA with full facepiece operated in positive pressure mode.
Section 6 — Accidental Release Measures
Restrict unprotected personnel from area. Remove all ignition sources and ventilate area. Contain spill with sand and absorbent
material, neutralize with sodium bicarbonate or calcium hydroxide and deposit in sealed bag or container. Washing with clove oil
can sometimes reduce stench. See Sections 8 and 13 for further information.
Section 8 — Exposure Controls , Personal Protection