Sunscreen Towel. 35-91201 Datasheet
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Solar Guard™ Sunscreen Towel
Date-Issued: August, 2006
MSDS Ref. No: 35-91201
Revision No: New MSDS
I. PRODUCT AND SUPPLIER INFORMATION
PRODUCT NAME: 35-91201
Product Synonyms: Solar Guard™ Sunscreen Towel
Chemical Family or Formula: B912
Marketer: NTE Electronics, Inc.
44 Farrand Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
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MSDS number: 35-91201
Note: The purpose of this MSDS is to provide safe handling, shipping and disposal information for users of
the product. It is not intended to, nor does it, provide complete or extensive toxicological data on the
product or its components. Users who require this information are referred to primary suppliers of the
ingredients of interest.
II. INGREDIENTS/IDENTITY INFORMATION
Components (Chemical Identity,
Common Name (s))
60 – 100%
5 – 10%
3 – 7%
3 – 7%
1 – 5%
Any substance listed as hazardous by the States of California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Ohio,
Pennsylvania or Texas is described above if known present in regulated concentrations.
III. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
Route(s) of Entry Eyes?
III. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION (Cont’d)
Acute Health Hazards – Warning. Flammable. For external use only. Keep away from heat, sparks, and
flame when applying this product. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not taste or
Chronic Health Hazards – None Known
Signs and Symptoms of Exposure – Redness, tearing, or burning in eyes. Redness, drying or irritation of
Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure – Pre-existing skin conditions such as dermatitis
may be adversely affected by this product.
IV. EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
Eyes – Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes lifting eyelids to insure complete removal. See a
Indigestion – Not a likely exposure route. If a large quantity of liquid is swallowed, do not induce vomiting, call
a physician or poison control center immediately.
Inhalation – Unlikely route as liquid is impregnate on a towel, minimizing exposure via this route. If
overexpoxed move into fresh air. If symptoms develop seek medical attention.
Skin – None usually required. Material is designed for application on skin. If symptoms develop seek medical
V. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Flash Point, Concentrate (Method Used)
62° F (PMCC)
Extinguishing Media – Use carbon dioxide, dry chemical, or alcohol foam.
Special Fire Fighting Procedures – Water may be ineffective. Keep containers cool and vapors down with
water spray. Prevent runoff from entering sewers and public waterways. Wear a SCBA in chemical fires.
Hazardous Products of Combustion – Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide,
smoke and soot.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards – Vapors are heavier than and may travel along the ground or may be
moved by ventilation and ignited by pilot lights, other flames, sparks, heaters, electric motors, static charge, or
other ignition sources at locations distant from material handling point.
VI. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Small Spill – Wipe up small releases with a dry absorbent cloth or other absorbent material.
Large Spill – Absorb liquid with vermiculite, absorbent cloth, or other absorbent material. Prevent material
from entering sewers or drains. Ventilate area and block traffic. Transfer contaminated material into suitable
container for proper disposal.
VII. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Handling – Do not allow towel contact with eyes. For external use only. Not for use around the mouth or eyes
for an extended period of time. Do not smoke while using. Do not contaminate water, food or feed by use or
storage. Follow label directions carefully
Storage – Store in a cool well ventilated area. Keep away from heat sources. Keep out of reach of children.
VIII. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/ PERSONAL PROTECTION
Eye Protection – None necessary. Do not allow towel to directly contact eyes.
Skin Protection – Not necessary. Product is designed for direct skin use.
Respirator Protection – Not usually necessary. Use with adequate ventilation. Use NIOSH/MSHA approved
respirator if PELs or TLVs are exceeded.
Engineering Controls – Ventilation not usually necessary but should be provided in the event of
IX. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA
Appearance and Odor:
Clear yellow liquid with an alcohol and perfume odor saturated on towel.
PH 6.7 + 0.5
Specific Gravity (70°F)
Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate = 1) > 1
Vapor Pressure (mm-Hg @ 70°F)
Vapor Density (AIR = 1)
Solubility in Water
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) 633.35 grams per liter 73.99% by weight
X. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Hazardous Polymerization – This product will not undergo hazardous polymerization.
Hazardous Decomposition or Byproducts – Carbon Dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur
dioxide, and soot.
Chemical Stability – Stable
Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid) – Acetaldehyde, acids, chlorine, ethylene, oxide, isocyanates, strong
XI. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Inhalation LC50: 20000 ppm/10H, rat
Irritation eye: 50mg/24H Severe, rabbit
Acute Oral: LD50 7060 mg/kg, rat
XII. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Ethanol: Soil: readily biodegrades, quickly evaporates, leaches, into groundwater.
Water: readily biodegrades evaporates at a moderate extent. Does not bioaccumulate.
Air: readily degrades by reaction with photochemically hydroxyl radicals, readily removed by dry
and wet deposition, has a half-life between 1 and 10 days.
XIII. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION
Disposal Method – Dispose of in accordance with all applicable local, state, and federal regulations.
RCRA Waste information - If this product becomes a waste, it would not be a hazardous waste (D001) as
defined by RCRA (40 CFR 261). However, the waste should be properly characterized to evaluate whether its
composition has been modified prior to disposal.