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Machine Coolant MSDS

 Material Safety Data Sheet 

(There are a lot of really bad MSDS sheets.  If you are a manager you need an MSDS sheet that will protect you and your employees from hazards and that will qualify as valid during government inspections.  Also see our Article on Machine Coolant Health and Safety, or refer back to the Machine Coolant Index for more Articles.) 

Carbide Processors 331 machine coolant

MSDS  sheet

Trade Name;  Carbide Processors 331 machine coolant

Commodity code:  39-333

Synonyms:  metal working fluid, grinding machine coolant

CAS No.:  Mixture  (refer to Section 1)

Date:  June 8, 1996

Technical contact:  206  272-1708

Medical Emergency:  206 -272-1708, 206 565-4708,

Material Hazard Evaluation

Per OSHA Hazard Communication

Standard (29 CFR Part 1910.1200) (OHCS) 

Health:  This metal cooling fluid is a non-hazardous material, particularly when diluted 1:10 to 1:20.  Under rare conditions, mild, temporary eye or skin irritation may occur.  Fumes may be mildly irritating to the respiratory system.

Precautionary statement: CAUTION: Do not ingest.  Do not inhale fumes or mist. 

HMIS Rating:  health  1     Flammability  0   Reactivity   0

1.0    Generic Composition / Components

Components 

CAS #

%

Health Data

Water

7732-18-5

>50

Non-hazardous

Triethanolamine

102-71-6

10-20

Oral LD50(rat): >1.0 g/kg 

Dermal, eye: Corrosive

Inhalation: Corrosive to mucous membranes

Rust Inhibitor

Mixture

10-15

Non-hazardous

Polyoxyalkalene Glycol

9038-95-3

7-14

Oral LD50(rat): >5 g/kg

Dermal, Eye: irritant

Disodium Mercaptothiadizole

55906-42-8

<4

Oral LD50(rat): > 9 g/kg

Bactericide / Fungicide

Mixture

<.015

Oral LD50(rat):  ~ 1.5 g/kg

Dermal: may be absorbed

Irritant to mucous membranes and  respiratory tract

Dye

Mixture

<.02

Non -hazardous

Hazard Rating:  Least - 0,  Slight - 1,   Moderate - 2,  High - 3,   Extreme - 4

Assignments are based on supplier evaluations per NFPA and NPCA guidelines        

NA  - not applicable                ND - no data            NE - not established

Caution:

1.   Plexiglas windows or shield have become “crazed and cracked” from contact with this machine coolant.  Other window or shield materials such as those made from K-Resin are not affected.

2.  Some paints or coatings on machine surfaces are dissolved or pool after prolonged contact with this machine coolant.  Recommended paints: Epoxy.  Not Recommended: acrylic and lacquer based coating.  Questionable at present: Oil resistant Alkyd paints.

Properties:

Appearance,  Concentrate   (neat)

Clear, Blue

Dilution  (55 in deionized water)

Clear, blue     (see #2)

Specific gravity

1.07

Pounds per gallon

8.9

Viscosity, cSt at 40° C

3.7

SUS at 100°F

17

pH concentrate

9.5

Falex Load, 55 in tap water, ASTM D 3233

4500

Rust test, 3% in tap water, ASTM D 4627

Pass

Solution stability (5%), 24 hrs. At 30°  F

No separation

Copper corrosion (5%), 3 hrs at 122° F, ASTM D 130

1B

Foam Test, ASTM D 892, Seq. I

90-0

Seq. II

10-0

Seq. III

20-0

Notes:

1. Values are typical unless ranges or limits are shown

2.  Dilute color - With fluorescent green tint

3.  Dilute solutions can be hazy if tap water is used depending on hardness

4.  Foam test - ASTM D 3801, Break in 30 sec. 

Storage, Handling and Special Considerations 

1.  Preferred storage is indoors away from sun and heat

2.  While product is not known to be hazardous under normal use, normal precautions should be taken to avoid eye, skin and clothing contact.  For safety considerations see the product label and the material Safety Data sheet.

Machine Coolant (Water dilution Rates)

Machining

Operations

Non-ferrous

soft metals

Nickel alloys Nitralloy steels Cast irons and alloy steels (to 200 Brinell)

Stainless Steels “Monel” metals Cast irons and alloy steels(200 - 300 Brinell)

Titanium alloys,  High tensile nickel alloys, austentic stainless steels, tool steels and high tensile alloy steels (300 - 400 Brinell)

turning, boring,

milling, forming,

drilling, sawing

20:1

10:1

10:1

10:1

Tapping, thread rolling, reaming, screw cutting, broaching

20:1

20:1

10:1

10:1

Gear shaping, form and thread milling, shaving and hobbing, trepanning

20:1

20:1

10:1

10:1

Internal and external grinding, form and thread grinding

20:1

20:1

20:1

20:1

stamping

10:1

10:1

5:1

5:1

Notes:

1.  Dilution ratios are approximate and may require higher or lower water concentrations depending on a number of factors including the e type of metal cut, machine speed, the severity of the operation, metal hardness, etc.

2.  Not recommended for MACHINING aluminum alloys or magnesium due to possible staining

2.0  Physical Data 

Physical Hazard classification (per 29 CFR Part 1910.1200)

Combustible

NO

Flammable

NO

Pyrophoric

NO

Explosive

NO

Compressed Gas

NO

Organic peroxide

NO

Reactivity

NO

Oxidizer

NO

Stability

NO

Boiling point, 760 mm Hg, °C (°F):

~100  (~212)

Specific gravity (60/60°F)  (H2O = 1):

1.07

Vapor Density (Air =1):

ND

% volatiles by volume:

~ 10

Freezing point °C (°F):

~ -25, (~ -13)

Vapor pressure mm Hg, (25 °C):

ND

Solubility in H2O, % by weight:

Soluble

Evaporation rate ( Butyl acetate = 1):

ND

pH of undiluted Product:

~ 9.5

Appearance and odor:

 Clear blue liquid, mild glycol odor

3.0 Fire and Explosion Data

Flash point, COC, °C (°F)

NA

Flash point, PM, °C (°F)

NA

Fire point, COC, °C (°F)

NA

NFPA  rating

Health  1, Flammability 0,  Reactivity  0

Flammable limits (% by volume in air)

Lower:  NA   Upper:   NA

Extinguishing media

CO2,  dry chemical, water spray

Special fire fighting Procedure

Use NIOSH/MSHA approved positive pressure self- contained breathing apparatus

Unusual fire or Explosion hazard

Not flammable

4.0  Reactivity Data

Stability:    stable

Conditions contributing to insatiability : none

Incompatibility:  incompatible with strong oxidants or acid, such as nitric or sulfuric acid, or compounds with reactive hydroxy functions.

Hazardous decomposition products:  CO2 (CO under incomplete combustion)

Conditions contributing to hazardous polymerization:  None 

Hazard Rating:  Least - 0,  Slight - 1,   Moderate - 2,  High - 3,   Extreme - 4

Assignments are based on supplier evaluations per NFPA and NPCA guidelines        

NA  - not applicable                ND - no data            NE - not established 

5.0   Spill or leak Procedures

Procedures if material is spilled

Dike for later disposal
Provide adequate ventilation
Report spills to local authorities and /chemtrec/RCRA

Release into water

Will mix readily with water.  Notify down-stream users of contamination.  If unable to divert clear water, build overflow dam to contain spill substance.  Continue to handle as described for land spill.

Land Spill

Create dike or trench to contain materials, or absorb with sand, clay, or commercial absorbent.  Wear boots, gloves and splash proof goggles.  Transfer to containers and neutralize the material.  Flush clothing and spill area with soap and excess water.

Waste Disposal

Neutralize liquid and dispose of in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.

It is the responsibility of the user to determine if the material is a hazardous waste at the time of disposal. 

RCRA Emergency Hotline Number:  800 424-9346

Protective Measures During Repair and Maintenance of Contaminated Equipment

Use good industrial hygiene procedures

Refer to section 7.0

Wash exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water

Remove soiled clothing

Use gloves if extended, direct contact is expected. 

6.0  Health Hazard Data
Health Hazard Classification
(Per 29 CFR Part 1910.1200) 
NO     Carcinogen
NO     Animal carcinogen
NO     suspect carcinogen
NO     Mutagen
NO     Highly Toxic
NO     Toxic
NO     Corrosive
NO     Irritant
NO     Sensitizer
NO     Teratogen
NO    Target Organ

Product listed as Carcinogen or Potential Carcinogen by:

NTP   NO     IARC   NO     OSHA   NO     Other   NO

Toxicity summary:  slight irritant to eyes and skin

Major route(s) of entry:  No effects expected

Acute Exposure Symptoms

Inhalation:               No effects expected
Dermal contact:      Mild temporary irritation.  None expected when diluted
Eye contact:             Mild temporary reversible irritation, redness or swelling. 
Ingestion:                 Mild GI irritation and discomfort
Injection:                  irritation, erythema, edema

Chronic exposure

Chronic exposure rare in industry, unless exposure to repeated, massive vapor concentrations from heating of FLUID above 100°C (212°F).

Other Special Effects

None Expected

Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure

None known

First Aid and Emergency Procedures for Acute Effect

Inhalation:   Remove victim from exposure.  Normally no adverse effects expected.

Dermal contact:   Wash with soap and water.  Remove contaminated clothing.

Eye contact:  Immediately flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes.  Seek medical assistance.  

Ingestion:   Drink excess water for dilution.  Seek medical assistance. 

Injection:   Presents a medical emergency, seek medical aid. 

Notes to Physician:  Following ingestion, dilute with excess water and neutralize fluid.  Follow-up symptomatic.  Under rare conditions, polyglycols may be depolymerized metabolically.  Following ingestion of large quantities of ethylene glycol, blurred vision and blindness have been recorded, associated with CN depression and coma, and may produce alcohol like intoxication, progressing to dizziness, vomiting, coma and death unless treated immediately. 

7.0  Special Protection Information

Ventilation requirements:  Use local and general ventilation

Permitted Threshhold Air Concentrations:

Components:            ACGIH TLV-TWA    5mg/m OSHA-PEL          ND

Triethanolamine:       ACGIH TLV-STEL     ND         OSHA-STEL      ND

                                   ACGIH TLV-Ceiling    ND        OSHA-Peak        ND

                                                                                       OSHA-Ceiling    ND

Specific Personal Protective Equipment 

Respiratory:  Approved organic respirator above the TLV

Eyes:              Safety goggles with splash shields

Dermal:         Use gloves if extended direct contact is expected

Other clothing or equipment:  Boots, apron 

8.0  Transportation and Special Precautions

Storage:  Do not apply heat or flame to container.  Keep separate from strong oxidizing agents.

Consult appropriate Federal, State and Local authorities before reusing, reconditioning, reclaiming, recycling or disposing of empty containers and/or waste residues of this product. 

DOT Information   

Proper shipping name:                  Metalcutting fluid
Hazard class:                                 Non-hazardous
Hazard identification Number:      None assigned
Placard:                                          None
Coast guard CHRIS Code:             ND 

9.0  Environmental Data

Product Name:         331 machine coolant

Commodity code:     39-322

SARA Title III

Section 313 - Toxic Chemicals

This product does not contain toxic chemicals of Section 313 of title III of superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) and 40 CFR Part 372.

Components                                   CAS#                %

None                                              

Section 311 - Hazard Categories

YES   Not applicable
NO    Acute (immediate health hazard)
NO    Chronic (delayed health hazard)
NO    Fire Hazard
NO    Sudden release of pressure hazard
NO    Reactive hazard

Section 302/(A) - Extremely Hazardous Substances

(RQ = Reportable Quantity)
(TPQ = Threshhold Planning Quantity)

This product does not contain Extremely Hazardous Substances of Section 302/(A)

Component                   CAS#              %           RQ lbs.          TPQ lbs.

None

Clean Water Act

Under Section  311 (b) (4) of the Clean Water Act, discharge of crude oil and petroleum products in any kind of form to surface waters must be immediately reported to the national Response Center:  800-424-8802.

Comprehensive Environmental response, compensation & liability Act (CERCLA) - Section 102 Hazardous Substances

Component                   CAS#              %           RQ lbs.          TPQ lbs.

None
New jersey Worker and Community Right-to-Know Act.
Poly<oxy(methyl-1,2-ethanediyl)>           CAS#   60121-17-3
alpha butyl-omega-hydroxy-phosphate
Water                                                          CAS#    7732-18-5
Triethanolamine                                          CAS#   102-71-6
Carboxylic Acid Salt                                  CAS#   Supplier proprietary
Carboxylic Acid Derivative                        CAS#   Supplier proprietary

CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 (Registry of 1992)

Contains components that occur on lists of:

Carcinogenic materials        _____ YES     __X___ NO   

Teratogenic materials           _____ YES     __X___ NO

Federal Regulations

Reported in TSCA Inventory:

Product                                        _____ YES     _____ NO   __X___ NA    

Components                             __X___ YES     _____ NO   ______ NA 

10.0 Labeling

Caution: 

HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED.  PREVENT INHALATION OF AEROSOLS, FUMES, OR MISTS.  MAY CAUSE EYE AND SKIN IRRITATION. 

HANDLING: 

The addition of nitrates to formulations containing ethanolamines may lead to the production of nitrosamines, which have been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals. 

FIRST AID:

Inhalation: 
Remove victim from exposure;  if respiratory irritation develops, call physician
Prolonged Dermal Contact:
Wash with soap and water, flush for several minutes, Remove contaminated clothing.
Seek medical aid if irritation develops.
Eye Contact:
Immediately flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes. 
Call physician if irritation develops
Ingestion:
Administer large quantities of water and milk. 
Seek medical aid. 

ALL STATEMENT INFORMATION, AND DATA PROVIDED IN THIS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ARE BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE AND RELIABLE, BUT ARE PRESENTED WITHOUT GUARANTEE, REPRESENTATION, WARRANTY OR RESPONSIBILITY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.  ANY AND ALL REPRESENTATIONS AND/OR WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMED.  USERS SHOULD MAKE THEIR OWN INVESTIGATIONS TO DETERMINE THE SUITABILITY OF THE INFORMATION OR PRODUCTS FOR THEIR PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  NOTHING CONTAINED HEREIN IS INTENDED AS PERMISSION, INDUCEMENT, OR RECOMMENDATION TO VIOLATE ANY LAWS OR TO PRACTICE ANY INVENTION COVERED BY EXISTING PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS OR INVENTIONS


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