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TACKLE

PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION:

Product Name:    TACKLE
Chemical Family:    Acrylic copolymer in an aqueous solution.
Product Use:    Oil well drilling fluid additive.


COMPOSITION ON INGREDIENTS:


Ingredient
CAS No.
Wt. %
Water
7732-18-5
40-70
Polymer
     
30-60

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION:


Emergency Overview:
Occupational exposure not expected to present a health or physical hazard. Prolonged exposure not, however, may cause eye, skin and respiratory irritation.

Canadian classification:

WHMIS Class: Not a controlled product.
Physical State: Liquid
Odor: slight
Color: Amber

Potential health effects:

Acute effects

Eye contact:
Not expected to irritate eyes. Prolonged contact, however, may cause irritation.

Skin contact:
Not expected to irritate eyes. Prolonged contact, however, may cause irritation.

Inhalation:
Not expected to be an inhalation hazard. Prolonged inhalation of vapors or mists, however, may cause irritation.

Ingestion:
May cause gastric distress, nausea and vomiting if ingested.

Carcinogenicity& chronic effects:
See section 11 – toxicological information.


Routes of exposure: 
Eyes .Dermal (skin) contact. Inhalation.

Target organs/ medical conditions aggravated by overexposure:
None expected from occupational exposure.


 
FIRST AID MEASURES:
EYE CONTACT:
Promptly wash eyes with lots of water while lifting eye lids. Continue to rinse for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if any discomfort continues.

Skin contact:
Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse.  Get medical attention if any discomfort continues.

Inhalation:
Move person to fresh air, if not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult give oxygen. Get medical attention.

Ingestion:
Dilute with 2-3 glasses of water or milk, if conscious. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Bet medical attention.

General Notes:
Persons seeking medical attention should carry a copy of this MSCD with them.

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES:

Flammable Properties  

Flash Point: F (c): >201f (94c)
Flash point method: PMCC
Flammable limits in air – lower (%): ND
Flammable limits  in air- upper (%): ND
Autoignition Temperature: F(C )ND
Flammability class: IIIB
Other flammable properties: ND
Extinguishing media: 
Water fog, carbon, dioxide, foam, dry, chemical.

Special fire- Fighting Procedures:
Do not enter fire area without proper personal protective equipment, including NIOSH/MSHA approved self-contained breathing apparatus. Evacuate area and fight fire from a safe distance. Water spray may be used to keep fire- exposed containers cool, keep water runoff out of sewers and waterways. Hazardous Combustion Products: Oxides of: Carbon.

 

FIRST AID MEASURES:
Personal Precautions:
Use personal protective equipment identified in section 8.

Spill procedures:
Evacuate surrounding area, if necessary; keep personnel removed and upwind of spill. Extinguish all ignition sources. Avoid sparks, flames, heat and smoking. Shut off leak if it can be done safely, contain material. Absorb in vermiculite, dry sand or earth, place into containers for disposal.

Environmental Precautions:
Do not allow to enter sewer or surface and subsurface waters. Waste must be disposed of in accordance with federal, state and local laws. In the U.S. for products with reportable quantity (RQ) components- if the RQ is exceeded, report to National spill Response office at 1 800 424 8802.


HANDLING AND STORAGE:


Handling:
Put on appropriate personal protective equipment. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapors or spray mists. Use only in a well ventilated area, wash thoroughly after handling. 

Storage:
Store in dry well ventilated area, keep [container closed. Keep away from heat, sparks and flames. Store away from incompatibles. Follow safe warehousing practices regarding palletizing, banding, shrink-wrapping and/or stacking.

EXPOSURE CONTROLS PROTECTION:


Exposure Limits (TLV&PEL-8H TWA):
Use personal protective equipment identified in section 8.

Ingredient    CAS No.    Wt.%    ACGIH TLV    OSHA PEL    Other    
Water    7732-18-5    40-70    NA    NA    NA    None
Polymer         30-60    NA    NA    NA    None


Engineering controls: 6

Local exhaust ventilation as necessary to maintain exposures to within applicable limits.

Personal protection Equipment

Eye/Face protection:
Wear chemical safety goggles.

Skin protection:

Wear appropriate clothing to prevent repeated or prolonged skin contact, wear chemical resistant gloves such as nitrile or neoprene.g

Respiratory protection:

If exposed to particulates/aerosols: use at least a NIOSH- approved N95 half-mask disposable particulate respirator. In work environments containing oil mist/aerosol use at least a NIOSH- approved P95 half- mask disposable or reuseable particulate respirator. If exposed to organic vapors: Use a NIOSH/MSHA- approved organic vapor respirator. CCROV: CCR with organic vapor cartridge. A NIOSH/MSHA- approved organic vapor respirator with ammonia/ methylamine cartridges should be used to protect against ammonia or amine inhalation exposure. Refer to Exposure Limits table ( Section8) for component specific respiratory protection recommendations.

General Hygiene Considerations: Wash promptly with soap and water if skin becomes contaminated. Change work clothing daily if there is any possibility of contamination.


9.    PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:


Color    Amber
Odor    Slight
Physical State    Liquid
ph    6-8 At 2% Solution
Specific Gravity ( H2O=1)    1.06-1.46at78f(25.6c)
Solubility (Water)    Slightly.
Flash Point: F ( C )    >201f ( 94c)
Melting/Freezing Pointy    ND
Boiling Point    ~212F (100c)
Viscosity    150-500cp At 78F (25.6C)
Vapor Pressure    ND
Vapor Density( Air=1)    ND
Evaporation Rate    ND
Odor Threshold (S)    ND


STABILITY AND REACTIVITY:


Chemical stability:
State

Conditions to Avoid:
Keep away from heat, sparks and flame, Temperature extremes.

Materials to Avoid:
Oxidizers.(may degrade polymer)

} Hazardous decomposition products:
For thermal decomposition products, see section 5

Hazardous polymerization:
Will not occur

 

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION:


Component Toxicological Data: 
Any adverse component toxicological effects are listed below. If no effect is listed, no such data were found.

Product toxicological information:
No toxicological data is available for this product

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION:
Product Ecotoxicity Data: contact M-I Environmental Affairs Department for available product

ecotoxicity data.     
Biodegration:    ND
Bioaccumulation    ND
Octanol/water partition Coefficient    ND
      

DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION:


Waste classification:
This product does not meet the criteria of a hazardous waste of discarded in its purchased form.

Waste Management:
Under U.S Environmental Protection agency (EPA) Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ( RCRA) it is the responsibility of the user to determine at the time of disposal, whether the product meets RCRS criteria for the hazardous waste. This is because product uses, transformations, mixtures, processes, etc.. may render the resulting materials hazardous, Empty containers retain residues, All labeled precautions must be observed.

Disposal Method:
Recover and reclaim or recycle if practical. Should this product become a waste, dispose of in a permitted industrial landfill. Ensure that the containers are empty by the RCRA criteria prior to disposal in a permitted industrial landfill.

TRANSPORT INFORMATION:


U.S DOT shipping Description: 
Not regulated for transportation by DOT, TDG,IMDG, ICAO/IATA.
Canada TDG shipping Description; 
Not regulated
UN PIN No:
Not regulated
IMDG shipping description: 
Not regulated
ICA/IATA Shipping description:
Not regulate

 

REGULATORY INFORMATION


U.S Fderal and state Regulations
SARA 311/312 Hazard Categories: 
Not a SARA 311/312 hazard.
SARA 302/304,313;CERCLA RQ, California Proposition 65: 
Note: If no components are listed below, this product is not subject to the referenced SARA and CERCLA regulations and is not known to contain a Proposition 65 listed chemical at a level that is expected to pose a significant risk under anticipated use conditions.
International Chemical Inventories
Australia AICS- Components are listed or exempt from listing.
Canda DSL- components are listed or exempt from listing.
Japan METIENCS- contains a component that is not listed.
Korea TCCLECL- contains a component that is not listed.
Philippine PICCS- contains a component that is not listed.

OTHER INFORMATION:


The following sections have been revised: all sections NA- Not applicable,ND Determined.

Disclaimer:
MSDS furnished independent of product sale. While every effort has been made to accurately describe this product, some of the data are obtained from sources beyond our direct supervision. We cannot make any assertions as to its reliability or completeness; therefore, user may rely on it only at user’s risk. We have made no effort to censor or conceal deleterious aspects of this product. Since we cannot anticipate or control the condition under which this information and product may be used we make no guarantee that the precautions we have suggested will be adequate for all individuals and/or situation. It is the obligation of each user of this product to comply with the requirement of all applicable laws regarding use and disposal of this product. Additional information will be furnished upon request to assist the user, however, no warranty, either expressed or implied, nor is liability of any nature with respect to this product or to the data herein made or incurred hereunder.

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