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1.CHEMICAL PRODUCT & COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
- Product Name : PP DW01
- Product Type : PP Compound
- Ext. Appearance : Pellet type plastic solid
- Purpose / Use : May be used to produce molded or extruded particles or as
a component of other industrial products.
- Manufacture : Dowon Industry
- 386-11 Hyeongok-ri, Cheongbuk-myeon, Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
- Tel) 82-31-683-2293
2. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Chemical name Common name CAS no. Content(%)
Polypropylene PP 9010-79-1 85-95
Polyethylene PE 9010-79-1 5-15
3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
NFPA RATINGS (SCALE 0-4) : HEALTH=1 FIRE=1 REACTIVITY=0
EC CLASSIFICATION (CALCULATED) : No classification assigned.
EMERGENCY OVERVIEWS :
Solid pellets with slight or no odor. Spilled pellets create slipping hazard.
Can burn in a fire creating dense toxic smoke. Molten plastic can cause severe thermal burns.
Fumes produced during melt processing may cause eye, skin and respiratory tract irritation.
Secondary operations, such as grinding, sanding or sawing, can products dust which may present an explosion or respiratory hazard.
POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS :
EYE : Product may cause irritation or injury due to mechanical action.
SKIN : Pellets not likely to cause skin irritation.
INGESTION : Not acutely toxic.
INHALATION : Pellet inhalation unlikely due to physical form.
CHRONIC / CARCINOGENICITY :
NTP : Not Tested OSHA : Not Regulated IARC : Not Listed
4. FIRST AID MEASURES
MEDICAL RESTRICTIONS :
EYE : Remove contract lenses at once. Immediately flush eyes well with copious
quantities of water or normal saline for at least 15-20 minutes. If irritation
persists, seek medical attention.
SKIN : seek medical attention if rash or burn occurs.
INGESTION : Not probable. If a large amount is swallowed, seek medical attention.
INHALATION : Not Likely to be inhaled due to physical form.
MELT PROCESSING :
For molten plastic skin contact, cool rapidly flush water and immediately seek medical attention.
Do not attempt removal of plastic without medical assistance. Do not use solvent for removal.
For processing fume inhalation irritation, leave contaminated area and breathe fresh air. If coughing, difficult breathing or any other symptoms develop seek medical attention at once, even if symptoms develop at a later time.
For skin contact with fume comdiesate, immediately wash thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation develops seek medical attention.
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
FIRE FIGHTING :
Approved pressure demand breathing apparatus and protective clothing should be used for all fires.
Water spray is the preferred extinguishing medium. This product will melt but will not be carried on the surface for water.
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA :
Water spray and foam, Water is the best extinguishing medium. Carbon dioxide and dry chemical
are not generally recommended because their lack of cooling capacity may permit re-ignition.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS :
Hazardous combustion products may include intense heat, dense black smoke, carbon monoxide,
carbon dioxide, oxides of phosphorus, hydrogen xyanide, hydrocarbon fragments, hydrogen
fluoride, carbonyl fluoride and fluorocarbon fragments.
FLASH POINT : Not Applicable
LOWER FLAMMABLE LIMIT : Not Established
UPPER FLAMMABLE LIMIT : Not Established
AUTOIGNITION : Not Established
FLAMMABILITY CONDITIONS : Requires a continuous flame source to ignite and sustain combustion.
EXPLOSION DATA : Not Established
IMPACT SENSITIVITY : Not sensitive to mechanical impact.
STATIC DISCHARGE : Not sensitive to static discharge. (See Section 7
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Sweep or gather up material and place in proper container for disposal or recovery. (See Section 13)
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Follow recommendations on label and in processing guide. Prevent contact with skin and eyes.
Use good industrial hygiene proctices. Provide adequate ventilation. Secondary operations such as
grinding, sanding or sawing may produce a dust explosion hazard. Use aggressive housekeeping
activities to prevent dust accumulation; employ bonding, grounding, venting and explosion relief
provisions in accordance with accepted engineering practices.
Store in a dry place away from moisture, excessive heat and sources of ignition.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
ENGINEERING CONTROLS :
A continuous supply of fresh air to the workplace together with removal of processing fumes through exhaust systems is recommended. Processing fume condensate may be a fire hazard and toxic; remove periodically from exhaust hoods, duct work and other suricaces using appropriate
personal protection. For powders and residual dusts refer to Section 7.
PERSONAL PROTECTION :
EYE/FACE : Wear safety glasses with side shields or chemical goggles. In addition, use
full face shield when cleaning processing fume condensates from hoods,
ducts and other surfaces.
RESPIRATORY : When handling fumes are not adequately controlled, use respirator approved
for protection from organic vapors and acid gases. When dust or powder from secondary operations, such as grinding, sanding or sawing, are not adequately controlled use respirator approved for protection from dust
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
. PHYSICAL STATE : Solid
COLOR AND APPEARANCE : Plastic pellet with slight odor
BOILING POINT : Not Applicable
MELTING POINT (℃) : 130 ~ 170
VAPOR PRESSURE (mmHg) : Negligible
VAPOR DENSITY (Air=1) : Not Applicable
SPECIFIC GRAVITY : 0.89 ~ 0.94
WATER SOLUBILITY : Insoluble
SOLVENT SOLUBILITY : Slightly soluble in strong polar solvent or chlorinated solvents
% VOLATITLES : Negligible
pH : Not Applicable
ODOR THRESHOLD : Not Established
EVAPORATION RATE : Negligible
COEFFICIENT WATER / OIL DISTRIBUTION : Not Established
COMMENT : This product does not exhibit a sharp melting point, but softens
gradually over a wide temperature range.
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
STABILITY : Stable under recommended conditions of Section 7
REACTIVITY : Not reactive under recommended conditions of handling, storage, processing and use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID :
Do not exceed melt temperature recommendations in product literature.
In order to avoid auto ignition/hazardous decomposition of hot thick meases of plastic, purgings should be collected in small, flat shapes or thin strands to allow for rapid cooling and quenching in water.
Do not allow product to remain in barrel at elevated temperatures for extended periods of time ;
purge with a general purpose resin. (See Section 8 for respiratory protection advice)
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION :
Major decomposition gases are oxidized hydrocarbons (probably carbon monoxide) and steam.
Minor components in decomposition gas may be phenolic compounds, hydrogen bromide, THF, etc.
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Not expected to present any significant ecological problems.
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE :
Products is not a RCRA hazardous waste.
WASTE DISPOSAL :
Recycling is encouraged. Landfill or incinerate in accordance with federal, state and local
requirements. Collected processing fume condensates and incinerator ash should be tested to
determine waste classification.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
DOT HAZARD CLASS : Not Regulated
PROPER SHIPPING NAME : Not Regulated
IDENTIFICATION NUMBER : Not Listed
TDGA : Not Listed
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Listed below are chemical substances subject to supplier notification requirements.
U.S. REQULATIONS :
TSCA INVENTORY STATUS : This product complies with the Chemical Substance Inventory
requirements of the US EPA TSCA.
CERCLA SECTION 103 (40CFR302.4: )Not Listed
SARA SECTION 313 (40CFR372.65): Not Listed
SARA HAZARD CATEGORIES, SARA SECTIONS 311/312 (40CFR370.21)
ACUTE : Not Listed
CHRONIC : Not Listed
FIRE : Not Listed
REACTIVE : Not Listed
SUDDEN RELEASE : Not Listed
STATE REQULATIONS :
California Proposition 65 : Not Listed
EUROPEAN REGULATIONS :
EC NUMBER : Not assigned
16. OTHER INFORMATION
The information submitted in this MSDS is based on our current knowledge and experience.
Because it is not possible to anticipate all conditions of use additional safety precautions may be
required, we make no warranty.
ACGIH : American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienist
DOT : Department of Transportation
EC : European Communities
EPA : Environmental Protection Agency
IARC : International Agency for Research on Cancer
NOISH : National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
NTP : National Toxicology Program
OSHA : Occupational Safety and Health Administration
RTECS : Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances
CAS # : Chemical Abstracts Service Number
RCRA : Resource Conservation and Recovery Act