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.Arr-RIALSAFETY DATA SHEET
SDA 40-2 190 PROOF
ING ! FI.AKHABLE. KEEP A'rfA
Y FROM HEAT,
SPARKS, FLAME AND .ALL OTHER IGNITION SOURCES.
V APOR HAY FORM FL.AMXABLE MIXTURES 1(1 ra AIR.
MAY BE RARMFUL OR FATAL IF S'rlAI.J.,C)WED.
Ma y
irritate body tissues. Use with adequate
ventilation. Avoid breathing vapor. Do not
get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing. Wash
thoroughly after handling.
WARN

137302
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MSDS NO.
ISSUE DATE:

NUMBERS:
Quantum
(713) 479-2873
CHEMTREC
(800) 424-9300

EM.E.RGENCY

GENERAL INFORMATION:
Quantum
(513) 530-6917

SECTION I - IDENTIFICATION
PRODUCT:

Specially Denatured Alcohol (SDA) 40-2 190 Proof

SYNONYMs:

Denatured Alcohol; Denatured Ethanol

CHEMICAL FAMILY: Alcohol


SECTION 11 - INGREDIENTS
COHPOSITION

CAS RN.

Ethyl Alcohol

64-17-5

Water

7732-18-5

t-Butyl Alcohol

75-&5-0

NOHINAL ,

PEL/TLV

1000 ppm

Flammable; Nervous
system depressant

7.6

None

None

0.1

PEL-TWA 100 ppm Flammcble; Irritant


STEL 150 ppm Narcotic
'rLV-TWA 100 ppm

92.3

K."l0l0m

STEL 150 ppm

Brucine Sulfate

4845-99-2

Less than
0.1

None

Poison

SECTION III - HEALTH INFORMATION


For Pure Ethyl Alcohol
INHALATION:
Exposure to over 1000 ppm may cause headache, drowsioess and
lassitude, loss of appetite, inability to concentrate and irritation of the
throat. No evidence of teratogenicity (birth defects) was noted following
inhalation exposure by pregnant rats of airbor.ne vapor concentrations of up
to 16,000 ppm for 1 hours on days 1 through 19 of gestation. In the same
study, pr9nant rats exposed to 20,000 ppm showed severe narcosis; offspring
of these rats did not show clear evidence of increased incidence of
abnormali.tles.

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SECTION

INGESTION:
diarrhea.

.Can

cause

SDA 40-2
III - HEALTH
depression

INFORMATION

of central

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(CONTINUED)

nervous

system, nausea,

vomiting,

Ingestion of alcoholic beverages by pregnant


omen is associated "'ith "fetal
alcohol syndrome"
in offspring.
The International
Agency for Research on
Cancer (IARe) has reported a relationship
betweendrinklnq
alcoholic
beverages and cancer of the oral cavity, pharynx, esophagus and liver.
EYE COH'l'AC'I': Liquid
SKIN COHTAC'I': Hay

or vapor may cause

cause

irritation

irritation.

and defatting

SEC'I'ION IV - OCCUPATIONAL
PEL (OSHA Permisible

Exposure

TLV (ACGIH Threshhold

Limit) :

Limit Value):

SECT ION V - EMERGENCY


FOR OVE.RXPOSURE

of skin on prolonged

EXPOSURE

LIMITS

Mixture.

See SectionII

Mixture.

See Section

FIRST

contact.

11

AI D PROCEDURE.

BY:

SWALLOWING:
If victim
or milk to dilute.
hav ing convu Ls ions.
Induce vomiting only

is conscious and able to swallow, have victim drink water


Never give anything by mouth if victim is unconscious
or
CALL A PHYSICIAN OR POISON CONTROL CE.N1'ERDOQ:I)I.Al'El..Y.
if advised by physician or Poison Control center.

INHALATION:
Immediately
remove victim to fresh air.
If victim has stopped
breathing give artificial respiration, preferably
~th-to-mouth.
GET
HEDlCAL ATTENTION
IMXEDlAT'ELY.
CONTACT WITH EYES OR SKIN:
I~ediately
flush affected area with plenty of cool
water.
Eyes should be flushed for at least 15 minutes.
Remove and ~asb
contaminated
clothing befcre reuse.
GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IXXEDLATELY.
SECTION VI - PHYSICAL
BOILING POIN1':
KELTING POINT:
VAPOR PRESSURE:
SPECIFIC GRAVITY:
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR:l):
SOLUBILITY IN WATER:
APPEARANCE MD COLOR:
- for Pure Ethyl

Alcohol

17 3F-173F44.6 mm Hg @ 68F0.8159 @ 60F


1. 59Complete
Clear and colorless

DATA

...

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SECil0H V-'" - FlRE. Nm EXPLOSION HAZARDS

FLASH POIHT:
60F
ASTM 0-56 (Tag Closed CUp)
AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE: 6SsoFF1..A."{MABLE
LIMITS IH AIR, \ E':' VOL. LOWER: 3.3UPPER:

19-

REACTIVITY ( 0 ).
NFPA RATING: HEALTH ( 0 ) ::RE ( 3)
(Does not apply to exposure hazards other than during a fire.)
FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: (~te - Individuals should perform only those firefighting procedures for wi:ich they have been trained.) Use dry chemical;
"alcohol" foam, or carbon dioxide; water may be ineffective, but water should
be used to keep fire-expcsed containers cool. If a leak or spill has not
ignited, use ..
ater spray 'todisperse the vapors and to protect personnel
attempting to stop a leak. Water spray may be used to flush spills away from
exposures and to dilute s:ills to nonflammable mixtures (NPPA-49 1975).
UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION ~_~S:
Firefighters should wear self-contained
breathing apparatus in the positive pressure mode with a full facepiece when
there is a possibility of exposure to smoke, fumes or hazardous decomposition
prooucts.
* for Pure Ethyl Alcohol
SECTION VIII - REACTIVITY
STABILITY:

Generally stable

HAZAROOUS POLY}{E.RIZATION: ~t

liXely

CONDITIONS & HATERIALS TO ,WelD: Contact wi th acetyl chloride and a ..


ide range
of oxidizing agents may ~~2ct violently.
P~ZARDOUS DECC~~SITICH
combustion.

PRC~~C:S:

SECT:~'"

CONTROL MEASURES:

carbon monoxide can form on incomplete

IX - E.XPLOYEE PROTECTION

Handle ir. the presence of adequate ventilation.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Wh~=e exposure is likely to exceed acceptable criteria


use NIOSH/MSHA approved ~~spiratory protection equipment. Respirators should
be selected based on the :crm and concentration of contaminant In air and in
accordance with OSHA (29 CFR 1910.134).
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Wear <;loves and protective clothing which are impervious
to this product for the c.lration of anticipated exposure if there is
potential for skln conta~.
EYE PROTECTION: Wear safety glasses meeting the specifications of ANSI
Standard Z87.1 where no contact wlth the eye is anticipated. Chemical
safety goggles meeting the specifications of ANSI Standard Z81.1 should be
worn whenever there 1s the possibility of ~plashin9 or other contact with
the eyes.

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SECTION X - ENVIRONXE.N1'AL PROnC'l'IOH

EHVIRO~ENTAL PRECAUTIONS: Avoid uncontrolled releases of this material. Where


spills are possible, a comprehensive spill response plan should ~ developed
and implemented.
SPILL OR LE'.AKPROCEDGRES: Wear appropriate respiratory protection and
protective clothing as described in Section IX. Contain spilled material.
Transfer to secure containers. Where necessary, collect using absorbent
media. In the event of an uncontrolled release of this material, the user
should determine if the release is reportable under applicable laws and
r equlations.
'
DISPOSAL: All recovered material should be packaged, LabaLed , transported
and disposed of or reclaimed in conformance with applicable laws and
. regulations and in conformance with good engineering practices.

WASTE

SECfIOH

XI -

REGUI...ATORY

CONTROLS

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTA'rIOH:
OOT CLASS IFICATI00 :
DOT PROPER SHIPPING

NAME:
OTHER DOT INFORMATION:

Flammable Liquid
Denatured Alcohol
Identification Ho. NA1986
Emergency Response Gulde Ho. 26

OTHER REGiJL1>.TORY REQG I:REXE.NTS :

ATF Distilled Spirits Act


The use of denatured alcohol is controlled by regulations which are defined
by the Bureau of ~cohol, Tobacco and Firearms in Title 27 Code of Federal
Regulations.
Toxic Substance Control Act
This product is a mixture and each component
of Chemical Substances.

is listed in the TSCA Inventory

SARA Title III Hazard catesories:


(as defined in Sections 311/312, Title III of SARA)
Immediate/Acute Health
Delayed/Chronic Health
Fire hazard