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KLOTZ MSDS

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET KL-200
Klotz Special Formula Products, Inc. Telephone Number:
7424 Freedom Way 260-490-0489
Fort Wayne, IN 46818 260-490-0490 (fax)
Chemtrec – 1-800-424-9300
Chemical Name & Synonyms Chemical Family
Synthetic Lubricants 2 & 4 Cycle Lubricants
Trade Name Klotz Original Techniplate – KL-200(T), KL-199(T), KL-205
OSHA Hazard Classification: This product is not considered to be hazardous under 29 CFR 1910.1200
Boiling Point: N/A Specific Gravity: 1.002
Freezing Point: N/A % Volatile By Volume: <.1% @ 100 F
Melting Point: N/A Viscosity (cSt @ 100°C): 23.3
Vapor Pressure (mmHg): <1.0 @ 100 F Vapor Density (Air=1): N/A
Solubility in Water: Slightly Soluble Bulk Density: 8.364 lbs/gal
Evaporation Rate (Water=1): >1 Pour Point: -10 F uis
Decomposition Temp: N/A Appearance: KL-200(T), KL-205 Red Liquid
Odor: odorless to slightly musty KL-199(T) Clear, Natural Liquid
Weight per gallon: 8.364 lbs/gal
SECTION I - IDENTIFICATION
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS
SECTION III - PHYSICAL DATA
SECTION IV - FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARD INFORMATION
Auto ignition Temperature: No Data
Flammability in Air: Lower: N/A
Upper: N/A
Flash Point: 370-445 F ( 187 – 229 C )
Basic Fire Fighting Procedures: Use water spray, dry chemical, foam or carbon dioxide to extinguish fire. Water or foam may cause frothing, with further application leading to boil over. Use a water spray to cool fire-exposed containers, structures, and to protect personnel. Use water to flush spills away from sources of ignition. DO NOT flush down public sewers.
Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazards: Combustible at high temperatures. Irritating or toxic substances may be emitted upon thermal decomposition. Exposed firefighters should wear MSHA/NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus, with full mask and full protective equipment.
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Incompatibility: Avoid contact with strong oxidizers.
Stability: Stable under normal conditions of use.
Hazardous Reactions/Decomposition Products: Combustion may produce CO, CO2 and reactive hydrocarbons.
Spill or Release to the Environment: If your facility or operation has an “Oil or Hazardous Substance Contingency Plan”, activate its procedures. Take immediate steps to stop and contain the spill. Caution should be exercised regarding personnel safety and exposure to the spill material.
Emergency Action: Keep unnecessary people away. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas. Isolate hazard area and deny entry. (Also see Special Protection Section). Isolate for mile in all directions if tank or tank car is involved in fire.
Spill or Leak Procedure: Stop leak if you can do it without risk.
Large Spills: Dike far ahead of spill for later disposal.
Small Spills: Take up with sand or other non-combustible absorbent material or other substance known to be compatible, then flush are with water.
Notification: Any spill or release, or substantial threat of release, of the material to navigable water (virtually any surface water) sufficient to cause a visible sheen upon the water must be reported immediately to the National Response Center @ 1-800-424-8802, as required by US Federal Law. Failure to report may result in substantial civil and criminal penalties.
Waste Disposal: This substance, when discarded or disposed of, is not specifically listed as a hazardous waste in Federal Regulations; however, it could be hazardous if it is considered toxic, corrosive, ignitable or reactive according to Federal Definitions (40 CFR 261). Additionally, it could be designated as hazardous according to State Regulations.
This substance would also become a hazardous waste if it is mixed with or come4s in contact with hazardous waste. If such contact or mixing my have occurred, check 40 CFR 261 to determine whether it is a hazardous waste. If it is a hazardous waste, regulations at 40 CFR 262, 263 and 264 apply. The transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of this waste material must be conducted in compliance with all Federal, State and local regulations.
Additional Environmental Regulatory Information: There may be specific regulations at the local, regional or state level that pertain to this material.
SECTION V - REACTIVITY DATA
SECTION VI - SPILL, LEAK, & DISPOSAL PROCEDURES
SECTION VII - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
The Routes of Exposure and the Effects of Overexposure
Ingestion: PRACTICALLY NON-TOXIC. May cause gastrointestinal disturbances. Symptoms my include irritation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Skin: PRACTICALLY NON-TOXIC. Repeated or prolonged contact may result in defatting, oil, acne, redness, itching, inflammation, cracking and possible secondary infection. May cause allergic reactions in some individuals. Contact with heated materials may cause thermal burning.
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Eyes: SLIGHTLY IRRITATING. Contact with the heated material may cause thermal burns.
Inhalation: May cause respiratory tract irritation. Exposure to high concentration of dense oil mists my lead to oil pneumonia.
Ingestion: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If spontaneous vomiting occurs, monitor for breathing difficulty. Get immediate medical attention.
Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Wash area of contact thoroughly with soap and water. Get medical attention if irritation persists. Thermal burns require immediate medical attention.
Inhalation: Remove affected person from source of exposure. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Eye Protection: Wear safety glasses or chemical goggles to prevent eye contact. Have eye baths readily available where eye contact can occur. DO NOT wear contact lenses when working with this substance.
Handling/Storage: Avoid extremes of temperature in storage. Store in tightly closed containers; in cool, dry, isolated, well-ventilated area away from heat, sources of ignition, and incompatibles. DO NOT store in unlabeled containers. DO NOT eat, drink, or smoke in areas of use or storage.
Empty containers may contain flammable/combustible or explosive residue or vapors. DO NOT cut, grind, drill, weld or reuse containers, unless adequate precautions are taken against these hazards.
Skin Protection: Wear impervious gloves and protective clothing to prevent skin contact.
Respiratory Protection: Use NIOSH or MSHA approved equipment when airborne exposure limits are exceeded. Ventilation may be used to control or reduce airborne concentration.
SECTION VIII - FIRST AID PROCEDURES
SECTION IX - SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
SECTION X - DOT TRANSPORTATION
DOT Not Regulated
Not a Marine Pollutant
Revised: 4/9/08 3

 

 

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET KL-198
Klotz Special Formula Products, Inc. Telephone Number:
7424 Freedom Way 260-490-0489
Fort Wayne, IN 46818 260-490-0490 (fax)
Chemtrec – 1-800-424-9300
Chemical Name & Synonyms Chemical Family
Synthetic Lubricants 2 & 4 Cycle Lubricants
Trade Name : Heli-Glow Techniplate Synthetic Lubricant – KL-198
OSHA Hazard Classification: This product is not considered to be hazardous under 29 CFR 1910.1200
Boiling Point: N/A Specific Gravity: 0.995
Freezing Point: N/A % Volatile By Volume: <.1% @ 100 F
Melting Point: N/A Viscosity (cSt @100°C): 11.1
Vapor Pressure (mmHg): <1.0 @ 100 F Vapor Density (Air=1): N/A
Solubility in Water: Slightly Soluble Bulk Density: 8.3 lbs/gal
Evaporation Rate (Water=1): >1 Pour Point: -30 F uis
Decomposition Temp: N/A Appearance: Red Liquid
Odor: odorless to slightly musty Weight per gallon: 8.3 lbs/gal
Auto ignition Temperature: No Data
Flammability in Air: Lower: N/A
Upper: N/A
Flash Point: 350- 420 F ( 177- 216 C )
Basic Fire Fighting Procedures: Use water spray, dry chemical, foam or carbon dioxide to extinguish fire. Water or foam may cause frothing, with further application leading to boil over. Use a water spray to cool fire-exposed containers, structures, and to protect personnel. Use water to flush spills away from sources of ignition. DO NOT flush down public sewers.
Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazards: Combustible at high temperatures. Irritating or toxic substances may be emitted upon thermal decomposition. Exposed firefighters should wear MSHA/NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus, with full mask and full protective equipment.
SECTION I - IDENTIFICATION
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS
SECTION III - PHYSICAL DATA
SECTION IV - FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARD INFORMATION
SECTION V - REACTIVITY DATA
Incompatibility: Avoid contact with strong oxidizers.
Stability: Stable under normal conditions of use.
Hazardous Reactions/Decomposition Products: Combustion may produce CO, CO2 and reactive hydrocarbons.
2
Spill or Release to the Environment: If your facility or operation has an “Oil or Hazardous Substance Contingency Plan”, activate its procedures. Take immediate steps to stop and contain the spill. Caution should be exercised regarding personnel safety and exposure to the spill material.
Emergency Action: Keep unnecessary people away. Stay upwind; keep out of low areas. Isolate hazard area and deny entry. (Also see Special Protection Section). Isolate for mile in all directions if tank or tank car is involved in fire.
Spill or Leak Procedure: Stop leak if you can do it without risk.
Large Spills: Dike far ahead of spill for later disposal.
Small Spills: Take up with sand or other non-combustible absorbent material or other substance known to be compatible, then flush are with water.
Notification: Any spill or release, or substantial threat of release, of the material to navigable water (virtually any surface water) sufficient to cause a visible sheen upon the water must be reported immediately to the National Response Center @ 1-800-424-8802, as required by US Federal Law. Failure to report may result in substantial civil and criminal penalties.
Waste Disposal: This substance, when discarded or disposed of, is not specifically listed as a hazardous waste in Federal Regulations; however, it could be hazardous if it is considered toxic, corrosive, ignitable or reactive according to Federal Definitions (40 CFR 261). Additionally, it could be designated as hazardous according to State Regulations.
This substance would also become a hazardous waste if it is mixed with or come4s in contact with hazardous waste. If such contact or mixing my have occurred, check 40 CFR 261 to determine whether it is a hazardous waste. If it is a hazardous waste, regulations at 40 CFR 262, 263 and 264 apply. The transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of this waste material must be conducted in compliance with all Federal, State and local regulations.
Additional Environmental Regulatory Information: There may be specific regulations at the local, regional or state level that pertain to this material.
SECTION VI - SPILL, LEAK, & DISPOSAL PROCEDURES
SECTION VII - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
The Routes of Exposure and the Effects of Overexposure
Ingestion: PRACTICALLY NON-TOXIC. May cause gastrointestinal disturbances. Symptoms my include irritation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Skin: PRACTICALLY NON-TOXIC. Repeated or prolonged contact may result in defatting, oil, acne, redness, itching, inflammation, cracking and possible secondary infection. May cause allergic reactions in some individuals. Contact with heated materials may cause thermal burning.
Eyes: SLIGHTLY IRRITATING. Contact with the heated material may cause thermal burns.
Inhalation: May cause respiratory tract irritation. Exposure to high concentration of dense oil mists my lead to oil pneumonia.
3
Ingestion: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If spontaneous vomiting occurs, monitor for breathing difficulty. Get immediate medical attention.
Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Wash area of contact thoroughly with soap and water. Get medical attention if irritation persists. Thermal burns require immediate medical attention.
Inhalation: Remove affected person from source of exposure. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Eye Protection: Wear safety glasses or chemical goggles to prevent eye contact. Have eye baths readily available where eye contact can occur. DO NOT wear contact lenses when working with this substance.
Handling/Storage: Avoid extremes of temperature in storage. Store in tightly closed containers; in cool, dry, isolated, well-ventilated area away from heat, sources of ignition, and incompatibles. DO NOT store in unlabeled containers. DO NOT eat, drink, or smoke in areas of use or storage.
Empty containers may contain flammable/combustible or explosive residue or vapors. DO NOT cut, grind, drill, weld or reuse containers, unless adequate precautions are taken against these hazards.
Skin Protection: Wear impervious gloves and protective clothing to prevent skin contact.
Respiratory Protection: Use NIOSH or MSHA approved equipment when airborne exposure limits are exceeded. Ventilation may be used to control or reduce airborne concentration.
SECTION VIII - FIRST AID PROCEDURES
SECTION IX - SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION
SECTION X - DOT TRANSPORTATION
DOT Not Regulated
Not a Marine Pollutant
Revised: 4/29/08



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