MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
MFG. BY: SAFE ENCASEMENT SYSTEMS
EMERGENCY CONTACT: (800) 424-
ADDRESS: 7860 Dana Point Court, Suite R
Las Vegas, NV 89117
Revised: July 2000.
Info. Phone: (888) 277-8834
SECTION I – PRODUCT
PRODUCT NUMBER: SE–PF
PRODUCT CLASS: Tietex Reinforcing
Polyester (polyethylene terephthalate
polymer) stitchbonded fabric.
SECTION II – HAZARDOUS
There are no hazardous ingredients, as
defined in the *Code of Federal Regula
tions, Title 29, Part 1910.1200.
*See Federal Register – Page 53342,
Paragraph 5: ii; Page 53343, Vol. 48,
No. 228, 1983.
SECTION III – PHYSICAL HAZARD
Polyester fabrics will melt at approximately
500°F and will burn if exposed to an
Decomposition products generated from
molten polymer may be subject to auto
Combustion products will be comprised of
carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen.
The exact composition will depend on the
conditions of combustion.
SECTION IV – HEALTH HAZARD
Exposure to Tietex fabrics would pose no
significant health problems under
normal conditions of handling and use.
SECTION V – EXPOSURE CONTROL
GENERAL VENTILATION is suggested.
Recirculating systems should, whenever
practical, be operated in the bypass
mode to avoid concentrating air
contaminants in the workplace.
FIRE FIGHTERS should protect them
selves from decomposition and
combustion products that may include
carbon monoxide and other toxic gases.
SECTION VI - HEALTH HAZARD
Customary personal hygiene measures
such as washing hands after working
with such fabrics is recommended.
DO NOT TAKE INTERNALLY.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
SECTION VII – SPECIAL
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN
HANDLING AND STORAGE: