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base oil 250sn

    CSLC: HVI 95 (250SN)

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    DATE: 2008/06/30

    INSTRUCTION FOR STORING AND HANDLING

    STORAGE:

    --- Pumping, recommended: 45? - 55?, Maximum: 70?

    --- Blending in base oil, Temp., recommended: 35? - 45?, Maximum: 70?

    --- Long-Term storing, Maximum: 49?

    --- Avoid overheating or contamination by water

    --- Large product quantities are usually stored in tanks of various

    constructions, made of carbon steel; smaller quantities are stored in

    barrels and drums.

    --- Corrosion of tanks must be prevented by protective coating, etc. --- Barrels and drums should be stored under a roof to prevent the effect of

    sunshine.

    HANDLING:

    --- As a standard practice, CSLC recommends the use of rubber gloves and

    goggles when handling this material.

    --- The agent is toxic orally and irritate to the eyes and skin, and contact with

    the agent should be avoided.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

CREATED: 1993/06/02 REVISED: 2008/06/30 Page

    1

    SECTION 1 CHEMICAL PRODUCT & COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

    TRADE NAME: HVI 95 (250 SN)

    SYNONYM: Lubricant mixture

    CHEMICAL FAMILY: Petroleum Hydrocarbon

    CAS NUMBER: --

    UN/NA NUMBER: --

    SECTION 2 COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

    COMPONENT: 250 Solvent Neutral

     A complex mixture of petroleum hydrocarbons

    ADDITIVES: None

    SECTION 3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

    NFPA RATINGS (SCALE 0-3): HEALTH=1 FIRE=1 REACTIVITY=0

    CARCINOGEN STATUS: Not available

     The toxicity of 250 Solvent Neutral has not been fully quantified. The major

    sites affected by petroleum derived oils are the lungs and skin.

    SECTION 4 FIRST AID MEASURES

    INHALATION: Remove from exposure area to fresh air immediately. If

     breathing has stopped, perform artificial respiration. Keep

     person warm and at rest. Treat symptomatically and

     supportively. Get medical attention immediately.

    SKIN CONTACT: Remove contaminated clothing and shoes immediately.

    Wash affected area with soap or mild detergent and large

    amounts of water until no evidence of chemical remains

    (approximately 15 - 20 minutes). Get medical attention

    immediately.

    EYE CONTACT: Wash eyes immediately with large amounts of water or normal

    saline (approximately 15 - 20 minutes). Get medical attention

    immediately.

    INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, keep head lower

    than hips to help prevent aspiration. Treat symptomatically

    and supportively. Get medical attention.

    - Continued -

     HVI 95 (250 SN)

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    SECTION 5 FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

    FLASH POINT COC ? 221

    FLAMMABLE LIMITS ---

    AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE ---

    FIREFIGHTING MEDIA Water fog, standard foam, dry chemical or

    carbon dioxide. Do not use a direct stream of

    water.

    FIRE FIGHTING Use water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces

    and to protect personnel.

    Move container from fire area if possible.

    Do not scatter spilled material with high-

    pressure water streams.

    Respiratory and eye protection required for fire

    fighting personnel.

    Dike fire-control water for later disposal.

    SECTION 6 ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

    OCCUPATIONAL SPILL:

    Stop leak if you can do it without risk. For small spills, take up with sand or other

    absorbent material and place into clean, dry containers for later disposal. Keep

    unnecessary people away. Isolate hazard area and deny entry.

    SECTION 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE

    HANDLING:

    Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with the skin or breathing of vapors, mists, or

    fumes.

    STORAGE:

    Keep containers tightly closed. Do not store or mix with oxidants.

    OTHERS:

    Do not wear contaminated clothing, launder before reuse., or discard. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water and/or waterless skin cleanser after handling.

    Clean empty containers properly and thoroughly before discarding or reuse.

    - Continued -

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    SECTION 8 EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

     EXPOSURE LIMIT: 8 Hr. TWA STEL

    Mineral oil mist OSHA 5 mg/m3 ---

    INHALATION PROTECTION Not normally required. Particulated filter

    respirator for concentrations exceeding the

    occupational exposure limit. Special application

    may necessitate the use of more stringent

    respiratory protection equipment.

    CLOTHING Wear oil impervious clothing. Avoid wearing oil

    soaked clothing.

    GLOVES polyethylene, polyvinyl alcohol, butyl rubber or

    neoprene gloves. Oil-impervious garments if

    contact is unavoidable.

    EYE PROTECTION Chemical goggles

    ADDITIONAL PROTECTIVE MEASURE

     Use ventilation is recommended when the

    occupational exposure limit is exceeded.

    SECTION 9 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

    APPEARANCE/ODOR: Clear, yellow liquid

    0.871 ~ 0.882 at 60? GRAVITY

    BOILING POINT ---

    MELTING POINT ---

    <0.1 mmHg at 20? VAPOR PRESSURE

    VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1) >1

    EVAPORATION RATE (BUTYL ACETATE =1) <0.1

    SOLUBILITY IN WATER <0.1%

    SECTION 10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

    REACTIVITY: Stable under normal temperatures and pressures.

    INCOMPATIBILITIES: Strong oxidizers

    DECOMPOSITION: Thermal decomposition products are highly dependent

    on the combustion conditions.

    Thermal decomposition products may include toxic

    oxides of carbon.

    POLYMERIZATION Will not occur under normal temperatures and

    pressures.

    - Continued -

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SECTION 11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

    ACUTE TOXICITY DATA >5 gm/Kg oral-mouse LD50, >2 gm/Kg skin-rat LD

    50

    INHALATION Repeated or prolonged exposure to vapors, fumes

    or mists may cause irritation of the respiratory

    tracat.

    SKIN Repeated or prolonged contact may cause irritation

    and/or other skin effects relating to clogging of the

    pores of the skin.

    EYE Liquid may cause irritation. Excessive exposure to

    vapors fumes or mists may cause irritation.

    INGESTION May cause gastrointestinal disturbance such as

    nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

    SECTION 12 ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT RATING (0-3): No data available

    ACUTE AQUATIC TOXICITY: No data available

    DEGRADABILITY: No data available

    LOG BIOCONCENTRATION FACTOR (BCF): No data available

    LOG OCTANOL / WATER PARTITION: No data available

    SECTION 13 DISPOSAL INFORMATION

    Disposal must be in accordance with local EPA’s regulations.

    SECTION 14 TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

     Transportation over land ADR/RID

    NOT REGULATED FOR TRANSPORT

    Transportation over sea IMDG

    NOT REGULATED FOR TRANSPORT

    Transportation over air ICAO/IATA

    NOT REGULATED FOR TRANSPORT

    Observe all federal, state and local regulations.

    SECTION 15 REGULATORY INFORMATION

    Based on information available, this product does not contain any chemical

    substance regulated by a specific list.

    SECTION 16 OTHER INFORMATION

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