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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Section 1 - IDENTITY
Product Name: Cream Hardener
Chemical Name: 50% Benzoyl Peroxide Paste
HMIS/NFPA Rating: Health 2 Fire 2 Reactivity 2 Section 2 - COMPONENTS
Section 3 - PHYSICAL DATA
Section 4 - SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION
This product contains toxic chemicals subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of the Emergency Planning and Community
Right-To-Know Act of 1986 and of 40 CFR 372.
Section 5 - FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
FLASH POINT: 184 Deg. F. Closed cup (SETA)
FLAMMABLE LIMITS BY VOLUME : LEL% N/E UEL % N/E
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Carbon dioxide , Dry chemical, Foam
SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Fight like a fuel oil fire. Cool fire exposed containers with water spray. Fire fighter
should wear OSHA/NIOSH approved self-contained breathing apparatus.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD:Closed containers exposed to high temperatures, such as fire conditions may rupture. Section 6 - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
EFFECTS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE: Eyes: Contact with eyes can cause irritation, redness, tearing, blurred vision, and/or swelling.
Skin: Contact with skin can cause irritation, (minor itching, burning and/or redness). Inhalation: Inhalation of vapors can cause nasal and
respiratory irritation. Ingestion: Ingestion can cause gastrointestinal irritation, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. May be toxic.
EFFECTS OF CHRONIC OVEREXPOSURE: Overexposure to this material has apparently been known to cause the following
effects in lab animals: skin damage and appendages. Carcinogenic -NO Teratogen - NO Mutagen - NO
Benzoyl Peroxide has caused tumorogenic effects in laboratory animals
PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY: Inhalation, skin contact.
FIRST AID: EYES: Flush promptly with excess water for at least fifteen minutes. Consult a physician.
SKIN: Wash skin promptly with soap and excess water.
INHALATION: If inhaled, remove victim from expose to well ventilated area. Make victim comfortably warm, but not hot.
Use oxygen or artificial respiration as required. Consult a physician.
INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Give victim a glass of water. Call a physician Immediately. Section 7 - REACTIVITY DATA
INCOMPATIBILABLES (MATERIALS TO AVOID): Strong acids, alkalis, and oxidizers.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Open flame, sparks, heat, electrical and static discharge.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Carbon.
HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur. Section 8 - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
SPILLS LEAK OR RELEASE: Ventilate area. Remove all possible sources of ignition. Avoid prolonged breathing of vapor. Contain
spill with inert absorbent.
WASTE DISPOSAL: Dispose in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.
VENTILATION: Use adequate ventilation in volume and pattern to keep TLV/PEL below recommended levels. Explosion-proof
ventilation may be necessary.
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Normal work clothes covering arms and legs. Gloves and eye protection should also be worn.
STORAGE AND HANDLING: Harmful or fatal if swallowed! Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Do not store the product above
100 deg.F./38deg.C. Do not flame, cut, braze, weld or melt empty containers. Keep the product away from heat, open flame and
other sources of ignition. Avoid contact with acids, alkalis and oxidizers. Do not freeze - separation may occur upon thawing. THE
INFORMATION accumulated herein is believed to be accurate but is not warranted to be whether originating with DBF or not.
Recipients are advised to confirm in advance of need that the information is current, information is current, applicable, and suitable
to their circumstances.
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