Skin: Skin irritant. Contact may cause redness, itching, a burning sensation, and skin damage. Prolonged or repeated contact can. Not acutely toxic by skin absorption, but. Ingestion Swallowing : Low degree of toxicity by ingestion. Signs and Symptoms: Effects of overexposure may include nausea, vomiting, flushing, blurred vision, tremors, signs of nervous.
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Skin: Skin irritant. Contact may cause redness, itching, a burning sensation, and skin damage. Prolonged or repeated contact can. Not acutely toxic by skin absorption, but. Ingestion Swallowing : Low degree of toxicity by ingestion.
Signs and Symptoms: Effects of overexposure may include nausea, vomiting, flushing, blurred vision, tremors, signs of nervous. Pre-Existing Medical Conditions: Conditions aggravated by exposure may include skin disorders, respiratory asthma-like disorders. Exposure to high concentrations of this material may increase the sensitivity of the heart to certain drugs.
Persons with pre-existing. Fire Fighting Instructions: For fires beyond the incipient stage, emergency responders in the immediate hazard area should wear.
When the potential chemical hazard is unknown, in enclosed or confined spaces, or when explicitly required by DOT, a. In addition, wear other appropriate protective equipment as conditions warrant see. Isolate immediate hazard area, keep unauthorized personnel out. Water spray may be useful in minimizing or dispersing vapors and to protect personnel. Cool equipment exposed to fire with water, if it.
Avoid spreading burning liquid with water used for cooling purposes. Personal precautions: Extremely flammable. The use of. Wear appropriate protective equipment,. Environmental precautions: Prevent spilled material from entering sewers, storm drains, other unauthorized drainage systems, and.
Dike far ahead of spill for later recovery or disposal. Use foam on spills to minimize vapors see Section 5. Methods for cleaning up: Notify fire authorities and appropriate federal, state, and local agencies.
Immediate cleanup of any spill is. Handling: Open container slowly to relieve any pressure. Bond and ground all equipment when transferring from one vessel to another. Can accumulate static charge by flow or agitation. Can be ignited by static discharge. The use of explosion-proof electrical equipment. Do not enter confined spaces such as tanks or pits without following proper entry procedures such as. The use of appropriate respiratory protection is advised when concentrations exceed any.
Wash thoroughly after handling. Do not wear contaminated clothing or shoes. Keep contaminated clothing away from sources of ignition. Do not pressurize, cut, weld, braze, solder, drill, grind, or expose such. They may explode and cause injury or death. All containers should be disposed. Storage: Keep container s tightly closed.
Use and store this material in cool, dry, well-ventilated areas away from heat, direct. Post area "No Smoking or Open Flame. Note: State, local or other agencies or advisory groups may have established more stringent limits. Consult an industrial hygienist or. Contains benzene. If exposure concentrations exceed the 0. Engineering controls: If current ventilation practices are not adequate to maintain airborne concentrations below the established.
Where explosive mixtures may be present, electrical systems safe for. Respiratory: A NIOSH certified air purifying respirator with an organic vapor cartridge may be used under conditions where. Protection provided by air purifying respirators is limited see manufacturer's respirator selection guide. If benzene values equal or exceed applicable exposure limits the use of respiratory protection should comply with the. Other Protective Equipment: A source of clean water should be available in the work area for flushing eyes and skin.
Suggestions for the use of specific protective materials are based on readily available published data. Users should check with. Carcinogenicity: Rats and mice exposed to 0, 75, , or ppm ethyl benzene in a two year inhalation study demonstrated.
Ethyl benzene has been listed as a possible human carcinogen by IARC. Target Organs: Excessive exposure to n-hexane can result in peripheral neuropathies. The initial symptoms are symmetrical. Motor weakness is typically observed in muscles of the. The onset of these symptoms may be delayed.
The neurotoxic properties of n-hexane are potentiated by exposure. Carcinogenicity: Benzene is known to cause cancer of the blood-forming organs in humans, including acute myelogenous. Target Organs: Prolonged or repeated exposures to benzene vapors can cause damage to the blood and blood forming. Reproductive: Exposure to benzene during pregnancy demonstrated limited evidence of developmental toxicity in laboratory. The effects seen include decreased body weight and increased skeletal variations in rodents.
Alterations in. Mutagenic Effects: Benzene exposure has resulted in chromosomal aberrations in human lymphocytes and animal bone. Carcinogenicity: While inorganic lead compounds have caused cancer in laboratory animals, organic lead compounds have. The individual hydrocarbon components of this material are differentially soluble in water with aromatic hydrocarbons tending to be more.
If spilled, the more volatile components will evaporate rapidly. Factors such as local. Because of their differential solubility, the. Microorganisms prsent in sediments and in the water are capable of degrading gasoline and naphtha containing hydrocarbons. Adaption of bacteria in gasoline-contaminated groundwater to the. In general, naphtha streams exhibit some short-term toxicity to freshwater and marine organisms, especially under closed vessel or.
The components most likely causing toxicity are also highly volatile and can be. The generator of a waste is always responsible for making proper hazardous waste determinations and needs to consider state and. This material, if discarded as produced, would not be a federally regulated RCRA "listed" hazardous waste. However, it would likely be. See Sections 7 and 8 for. It is possible that the material. Additionally, use which results in chemical or physical change of this material could subject it to regulation as a hazardous waste.
Container contents should be completely used and containers should be emptied prior to discard. Container residues and rinseates. The information presented in this Material Safety Data Sheet is based on data believed to be accurate as of the date this Material. Safety Data Sheet was prepared. The information provided above, and the product, are furnished on the condition that the person receiving them shall make their own.
In addition, no authorization is given nor implied to practice any patented invention without a license. Aviation Gasoline, LL 1. Prolonged or repeated contact can defat the skin, causing drying and cracking of the skin, and possibly dermatitis inflammation. Not acutely toxic by skin absorption, but prolonged or repeated skin contact may be harmful see Section Inhalation Breathing : Low to moderate degree of toxicity by inhalation. Signs and Symptoms: Effects of overexposure may include nausea, vomiting, flushing, blurred vision, tremors, signs of nervous system depression e.
Persons with pre-existing heart disorders may be more susceptible to this effect see Section 4 - Note to Physicians. See Section 11 for additional Toxicity Information. When the potential chemical hazard is unknown, in enclosed or confined spaces, or when explicitly required by DOT, a self contained breathing apparatus should be worn.
In addition, wear other appropriate protective equipment as conditions warrant see Section 8. Move undamaged containers from immediate hazard area if it can be done with minimal risk.
Cool equipment exposed to fire with water, if it can be done with minimal risk. The use of explosion-proof electrical equipment is recommended. Wear appropriate protective equipment, including respiratory protection, as conditions warrant see Section 8.
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