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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET PRODUCT NAME: EPO-TEK 353ND, Part A

EPOXY TECHNOLOGY 14 FORTUNE DRIVE BILLERICA, MA 01821 EMERGENCY PHONE: US/CANANDA : 800-255-3924 INT’L COLLECT: + 813-248-0585 DATE REVISED: 4/30/2009 REV: D

*HMIS: HEALTH-2 FIRE-1 REACTIVITY- 0

Carcinogen: NTP (No) IARC (No) OSHA (No)

* HMIS CODE ratings are estimated by Epoxy Technology. ____________________________________________________________

________________________________ I. IDENTIFICATION & PHYSICAL DATA PERCENT VOLATILE: NA VAPOR PRESSURE: NA BOILING POINT: NA SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Low VAPOR DENSITY: >Air EVAPORATION RATE: NA APPEARANCE: Clear liquid SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.2 ODOR: Mild ____________________________________________________________

________________________________ II. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS CAS # WT % Epoxy Phenol Novolac 28064-14-4 75-100%

TOXICITY DATA Acute Oral Effects (LD50): Rat > 10,000 mg/kg Acute Dermal Toxicity (LD50): Rabbit 3,000 mg Inhalation Toxicity (LD50): LCLO = 1.7 mg ____________________________________________________________

________________________________ III. FIRE & EXPLOSION DATA FLASH POINT: >200F EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Dry chemical, foam, carbon dioxide. UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Avoid fumes liberated by heat. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Wear self contained breathing apparatus and complete personal protective equipment. Remove all ignition sources. Use a water spray to cool fire exposed containers. ____________________________________________________________

________________________________ IV. REACTIVITY DATA STABILITY: Do not exceed 25 grams during mixing and curing. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur if mix< 25 grams. CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Excessive heat MATERIALS TO AVOID: Strong oxidizing and reducing agents. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Fumes produced when heated to decomposition may include carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide. ____________________________________________________________...
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