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1 I MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET oj- J / SJ.. 'I fr/51 1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Pege: t DATE PREPARED: MSDS No: PB Aerosol PB Penetrating Catalyst part #'s: 16-PB, sope, sopes Product Name: PB Penetrating Catalyst part #'5: 16-PB. S PB,8-PBS MANUFACTURER: The Blasler Chemical Companies Blaster 8500 Sweet 'klley Drive Valley View, OH Customer Service: (800) HR. EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS: CHEMTREC (600) EmergencyContact: CHEMTREC Emergency Phone (600) COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Oipropyleno glycol methyl ether Heavy Aromatic Naptha Solvent AJkyloxypolyelhyleneoxyelhanol Petroleum Distillates Carbon Dioxide wt.% o CAS Registry 1# <) OSHA HA2ARDOUS COMPONENTS (29 CFR ): Dlpropylene glycol methyl ether Heavy Aromatic Naplha Solvent AJkyJoxypolyethyieneoxyethanoi Petroleum Distillates Carbon Dioxide EXPOSURE LIMITS OSHA PEL ACGIH Tl.V 100 ppm 5 mg/m ppm 100 ppm 400 ppm oot established 5 mg/m ppm Supplier COMMENTS: The criteria for listing components in this section are as follows: Carcinogens are listed if present at 0.1 % or greater OSHA hazardous Ingredients are listed if present at 1.0% or greater Non-Hazardous ingredients may be listed if present at 5.0% or greater 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION POTENTIAL HEALTH EfFECTS EYES: likely to cause immediate or delayed irritauon. Irritation will show as redness and lor swelling of the eyes.. j

2 ' Page: 2 DATE PREPARED: M5DS No: PB Aerosol PB PenetratJng Catalyst. part #'s: 16-PB, B-PS, 84'B5 SKIN: Repeated or prolonged contact with skin may produce irritalion, dryness, or dermatitis. INGESTION: Ingestlon may cause Irritation to the mouth, esophagus, and stomach. INHAlATION: Inhalation of spray mist may cause irritation to the respiratory tract. ACUTE EFFECTS: Irritation of the eyes, nose, throat, digestive tract. Diarrhea. vomiuing, nausea, and I Of nervous system depression. (Headaches, drowsiness. diszziness.) MEDICAL CONDmONS AGGRAVATED: May aggravate pre-exlstlng skin and respiratory disorders. PHYSICAL HAZARDS: Aerosol containers are pressurized (even when empty!) 00 not expose to temperatures above 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Do not puncture or bum can. Failure to observe these precauuons may result in a rapid and violent decompression of the container prcxjucing projectiles and atomization of the liquid contents. COMMENTS: NOTICE - Reports have associated repeated and prolonged OCQ.IpatlonaJ overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or falal. 4. FIRST AID MEASURES EYES: Flush with plenty of clear water. Seek medical attention. SKIN: Remove contaminated clothing immediatefy. 'Nash skin with soap and water. If initation develops, seek medical attention INGESTION: Wash mouth immediately. If consious, give exposed Individual 6 to 8 ounces of liquid. 00 NOT Induce vomiting unless advised by physician. Seek medical attention immediatefy. INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. Seek medical attention. 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flashpotnl and Method: 152. F TAG CC

3 Page: 3 DATE PREPARED: 03.1) MSDS No: PB Aerosol PB PenetratIng Catalyst part #'s: 16 PB. S PB,S.pSS GENERAL HAZARD: This material can be ignited by heat, sparks, flames. or other sources of ignition (static electricity.) Vapors are heavier than air and will collect in low areas (sewers) or travel considerable distances to a source of ignition. If containers are nol cooled in a fire,!hey may Ignite and explode. EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Dry chemical. carbon dioxide. halon. or foam is recommended. Water spray may be used to cool conlainers or structures. Halon may decompose into toxic materials and carbon dioxide will displace oxygen. Take proper precautions when using these materials. HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: Thermal decomposition In the presence of air may yield, carbon monoxide. carbon dioxide, and various hydrocarbons. FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Emergency responders in the danger area should wear bunker gear and self-oontained breathing apparatus for fires beyond the incipient stage. Wear other protective gear as conditions warrant. Stop leaks, if it can be done with minimal risk. Water spray may be useful in dispersing vapors or cooling equipment and containers. Material will float on water. Avoid spreading fire with water. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES SMALL SPILL: Absorb the liquid and scrub the area with detergent and water. LARGE SPILL: Avoid vapors and ignition sources. Use appropriate protective equipment Stop and contain the discharge if it can be done safely. Keep out of drains and water ways. Handle only with trained personnel. Notify authorities as necessary. GENERAL PROCEDURES: Dispose of liquid and absorbants in accordance with local, slate, and fedearllaw. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE GENERAL PROCEDURES: Use in accordance with good industrail wor1tplace practices. Open containers slowly 10 reueve pressure HANDLING: Avoid unnecessary contact. Wash thoroughly after handling. Do nol wear contaminated clothing or shoes. )

4 P/Ig8: 4 DATE PREPARED: 03t MSDS No: PB Aerosd PB Penetrating Catalyst part #'s: 16 PB, 8 PB, 8-PBS STORAGE: Store in a dry place away from excessive heat. Store containers tighuy closed. Storage 19mperature: 120 F maximum 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION PERSONAL PROTECTION EYES AND FACE: Standard safety glasses with splash shields are adequate protection. Where excessive splashing is possible, a face sheild should be used. SKIN: Excessive contact should be avoided. Neoprene gloves and aprons will provide adequate protection when contact cannot be avoided. RESPIRATORY: Good general ventilation should be sufficient to control airbol'ne levels. Maintain airborne concentrations below the established exposure limits of Ingredients In Section 2. PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Chemical reistant aprons and boots are suggested when contact with material cannot be avoided. Remove and wash any contaminated clothing immediately. WORK HYGIENIC PRACTICES: 'Nash throughly after handling. OTHER USE PRECAUTIONS: Eye wash stations and emergency showers should be available. COMMENTS: The BLASTER CHEMICAL COMPANIES takes no responsibility for determining what measures are required for personal protection In any specific applicatiol'i. The information provided should be used with discretion. 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Physical State: Liquid Odor: Strong Aromatic Appearance: Translucent, viscous, and oily. Color: Dark brown/amber Parcont Volatile: Vapor Density: >1 (Air = 1) BOiling Point: 352 to 418 F

5 Page: 5 DATE PREfAAEO: MSDS No: PB Acro5oI PB Penetratlng Catalyst - part #'$: 1S.PB, S-PO, s.pas Freezing Point Not Established Solubility in Water: Slight Evaporation Ral.: >1 (n-butyl Acetal.=l) Specific Gravity:.6918 to.9118 (water=1) (VOC): Pounds per gallon Weight per Volume: Pounds per gallon 10_ STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABLE: YES HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: NO CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Avoid excessive heal, sources of ignition, and excessive waler. STABILITY: Stable. POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur. IiAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION: Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide. and various hydrocarbons. INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS: Avoid contact with strong oxidizing agents and strong reducing agents (strong acids or bases.) Avoid mixture with water. 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION COMMENTS: Dxlcological lnformation on this product as a mixture has yet to be determined. See section 15 for reportable ingredients. 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL DATA: No data available. Contact Env. Dept. ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION: No data available. Contact Env. Dept.,I

6 ., Paga: 6 DATE PREPARED: MSDS No: PB Aerosol PB PenetraU.ng Catalyst part #'s: 16.pB, a ps, 8 PBS 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS DISPOSAL METHOD: Used or unused product should be disposed of in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. EMPll' CONTAINER: Empty containers will contain residual product and should be handled in the same manner as the product Containers should be returned to a reputable container racondiuoner. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT (DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION) Proper Shipping Name: Consumer Commodity Hazard Class: ORM-Q NAIUN Number: 1950 NAERG: 126 Other Shipping Informalion: This product. as it leaves Blaster's facilities, meets the definitions set forth in CFR 49 part Oc as a consumer commodity.- Allowing for certain exceptions ( ) for domestic surface shipments. INTERNATIONAL (I.M.O.) Proper Shipping Name: AEROSOLS, 2, UN1950, EmS#2-13,MFAG 311, LIMITED QUANTITIES U.S. CUSTOMS HARMONIZATION NUMBER: REGULATORY INFORMATION UNITED STATES SARA TITLE III (SUPERFUND ~.MENDMENTS AND REAUTHORIZATION ACT) Title III Notes: There are no SARA 313 reportable materials in this product. CERCLA (COMPREHENSIVE RESPONSE. COMPENSATION, AND LIABILlll' ACT) CERCLA RQ: this product has no CERCLA Reportable Quantity. However, release into a waterway may require reporting to the National Response Center. TSCA (TOXIC SUBSTANCE CONTROL ACT) TSCA Regulatory: This product complies with all TSCA Inventory requirements. 16. OTHER INFORMATION

7 \ Page; 7 DATE PREFNtEO: MSOS No: PB Aerosol PB Penotratl.ng Catalyst part #'s; 16 PB, B-PS, s-pas Approval date: 03/ REVISION SUMMARY New MSDS HMIS COOES Fire: 2 Health: 2 Reactivity: 0 Protection: C MANUFACTURER OISCiJlIMER: 10 the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein Is accurate. However, neither The Blaster Chemical Companies nor any of its subsidiaries assumes any liability whatsoever for the accuracy or completeness of the Infonnatlon contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any malerial is the sale responsibilily of the user. All materials may present unknown hazards and should be used with caution. Although cer1afn hazards are described herein, we cannot guarantee Ihat these are the only hazards which exists.

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11 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSDS For AlC Flush Solvent: Part and Part Dura 141'" AlC Flush Solvent: Part 4n~l~1n. Part B Dichlorofluoroethane CH,CCI,F 1717-D0-$ Cooper Industries/Moog Automotive 6565 Wells Ave. St. Louis, MO INGREDIENT % WEIGHT PEL- TLV- ld 50/lC 50 ROUTE/SPECIES Dichlorofluoroethane CAS No.: 1717-DQ-O RTECS: KI None Established None Established not j. i maximum exposure limit of 500 ppm has been established by AlliedSignal, Inc. LD50: > 5000 mglkg ravoral LC50: 62,000 pprn/4h ravinhalation A Revision Date: 10/95 Page 1 of 9

12 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSDS For AlC Flush Solvenl: Part and Part , EYES: Contact may cause transient eye irritation. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS SKIN: Contad may cause slight irritation. Prolonged, extensive or repeated skin contact can tend to dry and defat the skin causing irritation, redness, dryness and dermatitis. INHALATION: Exposure may cause transient irritation. This product is relatively non-toxic fo llowing acute exposure. Generally very high concentrations are required for serious effects. High concentrations have been associated with ventricular arrhythmias, pulmonary edema, and sudden death. Effects are usually short lived and reversible without late after effects when victim is. removed to fresh air. INGESTION: This product has a low potential for toxicity: Ingestion may cause nausea. Ingestion of substantial quantities can produce toxicity similar to inhalation effects. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS: Low concentrations generally result in transient eye, nose, and throat irritation. Light-headedness and heart palpitations may be seen. High concentrations of this product initially produce st i m~lation followed by depression. If exposure.continues, asphyxiation can occur. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE: Exposure may aggravate pre-existing skin, respiratory, or heart disorders. CHRONIC: No information was found indicating adverse effects from long-term exposure to this product. CARCINOGENICITY: NTP: No OSHA: No IARC: No Revision Date: Page 2 of 9

13 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE : MSDS For Ale Flush Solvent: Part and Part ,.,'.' UEL: 17;7;., E ; LEL anduel were EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Any; Use media appropriate for surrounding fire. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Non-flammable and non-explosive. Container may burst violenjly. in the heat of a fire. Continue to cool flame exposed containers with water until well after flames have been extinguished. Formation of combustible mixtures unlikely and the fire hazards of this product low. Thermal decomposition will produce toxic carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrofluoric acid, hydrochloric acid, phosgene, and carbonyl fluoride. FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT: Firefighters should wear a full-facepiece NIOSH/MSHA-approved selfcontained breathing apparatus (SCBA) operated in positive pressure mode and full tumout gear or "<'I<"':t-" w:'+«;~::;:;;,,;:'{ :~j;. {,,,~.~,>.; '... ~-t~..,".. <- ~":'k- "'-l'1 ""':;"~.,, 'r0:"r, <''fi.1,-." w/<.~ ~~-Jo "\1t;A.. '.. _~. ""...,..'.- 't..' ir,.'.{< i"'f:<~t~"tc"""";' 6:' ACCIDENTA'L' REtEASe.MEASURES :..,,;,.,:' lb.,' >!P- :..,j.:':;;" Isolate hazard area and deny entry to unauthorized anlor unprotected personnel. Remove all ignition and heat sources. If possible stop leak to prevent release into the environment. Absorb spilled liquid with suitable 'inert sorbent (i.e.: sand, vermiculite). Place material into clean container and cover tightly. Do not flush spilled material into sewers or waterways. Ventilate enclosed spaces and low-lying areas. Do not re-enter area of leak until dichlorofluoroethane is sufficiently dispersed. Personnel involved with leak should wear appropriate protective equipment incfuding respiratory protection for high concentrations. (See Section 8) Revision Dale: 10/95 Page 4 of 9

14 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSDS For Ale Flush Solvent: Part and Part ',.." ".:'0':' EYE CONTACT: If contact with liquid or vapor occurs, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. SKIN CONTACT: If contact with liquid or vapor occurs, flush skin with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest. If breathing is difficult administer oxygen. If breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration and check for pulse. If no pulse, start cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Do not give stimulants such as adrenaline, epinephrine or hand-held asthma aerosols as fluorohydrocarbons tend to induce cardiac arrhythmia. Calf emergency medical assistance and a physician. OTHER: Treatment is dependent on amount ingested. Do not induce vomiting. If substantial ingestion occurs, seek medical attention. Note to physician: Long-tenm effects are not anticipated. Patient should be kept at rest for 24 hours following overexposure. Fluorocarbons exhibit very toxic properties (asphyxiation, cardiac arrhythmia) when sniffed. Individuals with heart or respiratory disorders may prove especially i I Revision Date: 10/95 Page 3 of 9

15 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSOS For AlC Flush Solvent: Part and Part Do not breathe vapors. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid skin or eye contact with liquid. Protect containers from physical damage. Store in tightly closed containers in cool, dry, wellventilated area away from emergency exits and heavily traveled areas. Protect container from physical damage. If storage temperature exceeds boiling point, cool container before opening. Pressure generated when containers are heated can cause violent bursting and propelling of containers. Avoid lighted Cigarettes, flame, welding or hot spots which may generate toxic decomposition products. Va ars are 4-5 times heavier than air and rna accumulate in low I in areas and confined s aces, RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Under normal conditions, below acceplable exposure limils, none is required. For concentrations above acceplable exposure limils use a NIOSHIMSHA-approved respirator for organic vapotained>ofi(;1!~ ntralions, a full-iacepiece NIOSHIMSHA-approved SCBA operated in positive pressure mode should be worn. SKIN PROTECTION: Protective clothing including neoprene gloves as necessary to prevent skin contact. EYE PROTECTION: Splash proof safety goggles should be worn when Ihe possibility of contact exisls. PERSONNEL SAMPLING PROCEDURES: Air sampling lor Dichlorofluoroethane: ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Forced air ventilalion at the level of vapor concentration (vapors are heavier than air) and enclosure of process materials as nece_ssary to reduce concentrations to below acceplable exposure guidelines. Revision Date: Page

16 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSDS For Ale Flush Solvent: Part and Part Colorless liquid Slight ethereal odor 32 C at 760 mm Hg; 89.6 of 412 mm Hg at 25 C) (10.2 psia at 70 of (20 C)) 0.17 weight % at 77 of (25 C) 1.24 at 70 of, (20 C) Stable under normal conditions and temperature. INCOMPATIBILITY: Contact with acid or acid fumes may cause evolution of toxic fluoride or chloride fumes. Incompatible with strong acids, strong alkalis, reactive metals, strong oxidizers, and some desiccants. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: If contacted with open flame or extremely hoi metal surfaces, may decompose into toxic hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen chloride, phosgene and carbonyl fluoride ). (Toxic decomposition product formed above 480 F (250 C). HA2ARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur. INGESTION: Absorption of fluorocarbons following ingestion is 35 to 48 times lower than following inhalation due to the fact Ihat fluorocarbons are lipid-soluble and generally better absorbed through the lung. SKIN: A dermal LD50 of 2000 mglkg (rabbit) was cited for dichlorofluoromethane. Revision Date: 10/95 Page 6 of 9

17 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSDS For Ale Flush Solvent: Part and Part ', "."' /'"''''0''' M' ' ',.. "'.", ' " "' "" ~ - ' --_,:H'<\~ ~~/~:~~;Si :;,:1~1i~i,.TOX rcotogica( INFORMATlON:-CdN,TJNUED,.,/i~;/q'f::~<t:,. " ~ " INHALATION: The 4 hour acute inhalation LeSO for dichlorofluoroethane (rats) was found to be over 62,000 ppm. Signs of central neillous system depression appeared above 30, 000 ppm (guinea pig). CHRONIC: Guinea pigs which inhaled mg/m3/4h/26w-1 dichloroftuoroelhane exhibited changes in leucocyte cell count. Male rats exposed (inhalation) to 5,000 ppm or greater 6 H/day; 4 dayslweek for 2 years exhibited a statistically significant number of late developing benign testicular tumors. SUB-CHRONIC: Rat inhalation of 50 gm/m3/4h/4w-1 dichloroftuoroethane resulted in evidence of thyroid hypofunction. OTHER: Dichlorofluoroethane was not active in the Ames Assay, in vivo mouse micronucleus (up to 36,000 ppm) and CHO Cell (liquid phase - up to 13 mg/l). Experimental reproductive effects exist foraft this dichloroftuoroethane at high concentrations. CARCINOGENICITY: No Data Land and water release of dichlorofluoroethane generally results in volatilization into the atmosphere. The estimated atmospheric half-life for dichloroftuoroethane is 1,000 days. The atmospheric lifetime of dichlorofluoroethane has been estimated to be 5.8 to 11 years. Atmospheric concentration will continue to increase as more product is produced and released. In the process of atmospheric destruction, free radicals are released which catalyze the destruction of the ozone layer. A reduction in ozone concentration results in increased transmission of ultraviolet radiation through the stratosphere. Due to the adverse affect chlorofluorocarbons have on the ozone layer, this product should not be released into the environment. Dispose of in accordance with applicable federal, state and local regulations. Dispose per 40 CFR Part 261 and 262. Hydrochlorofluorocarbons used as solvents are classified as hazardous waste by the EPA (F list). When shipped as waste this product is regulated by DOT. Unused product should be retumed to the manufacturer. Revision Date: 10/95 Page 7 of9

18 MOOG AUTOMOTIVE: MSDS For AlC Flush Solvent: Part and Part DOT: Not classified (See Section 13) OSHA HAZARD COMMUNICATION RULE, 29 CFR : This product is hazardous under the criteria of this rule, SARA TITLE III NOTIFICATION AND INFORMATION: SARA HAZARD CLASSES: Acute Health Hazard SARA 313 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS: Dichlorofiuoroethane is 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. ACG IH: American Conference of Govemmentallndustrial Hygienists IARC: Inte_liI1'lgSHttIfDifllG MrllIIIM,mtrtbllfORMA TION: NIOSH: National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health TLV: Threshold Limit Values Revision Date: 7/95 Revision Date: 10/95 Page 8 of 9

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34 rn.y {. BALKAMP, INCORPORATED MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET '-"""."_0.. '~ ~, -«... (--...""'" 5i IverJ ine LiqUid Buffer and Cleaner.. ~ :::.;, I ",.No, """"" I NE.No' 1 NR.N~ Roq"'", """"""... I $ljeeimdr.a, City. S\;t", Zip 2 0'. Hoh Road "0, I the.bov. namod ~ Indianapolis. IN FAX NO. 13'7) , ) I,om whom' bo.. nomod?~';'ij,~~': ::;... ~()(') -~, $-+. ~,,:,!,...:..~. C.mp. :n r.. rp '. P~'i,NE. "." ()K l? v ~~ " I,..,.ts:..ii I. C.A.S. OSHA ';;~n O_Umi. NO. PEL,..., lopiionai) 'rne.-.." ".~ I~C"'''U~ lwo. FIRE ANO EXPLOSION HAZA RD DATA, "",. 1\1 n lip I,.,., I '" 8,. I~ ' 1/0.s "10 NFPA. RA.!),NGS rn. Dr. {'h" 'leal,o~ IAh,/"... Fna HEALTH 3 $l'eclal FIRE ~ IGHliNG PAtlC(DURES lijpu<ej+'rn,+.. 1 ned h.".+1-,"0. FLAMMABILITY -I REACTIVITY - SPECiAl HAZARDS - Mo", kmtv" ~".. hue a ElCPlOSiON tlazaslos ~.=""",",o DEOOMPOSITION H,'ahlv toxic -any{ i u, in Q hlmf'<-

35 - ".~. ~.""-.- SECTION TH REE. - PHYSICAU CHE MICAL CHA RACTERISTICS '.. BOILING SPECIFIC G R~V~TY. 11 I ~ E L TING VAPOR PRESSURE V... POR DENSITY POINT I ~SO F (H2O _ I) I. - I. POINT NA (mm fig) > 1 (... IR.oI ) L/.&, ~PORA'!ION RATE AI;w~I8.. 1 < I -I SOd JtjlLI... PPE... RANCE... d OooR Cle" liq'id. Solvent odor.. SECnON FOUR. - REACTIVITY and STABILITY DATA IXI STASLf UNSTABLE CondlllOl"ll.~., /MY HAZAROOUS POL VMERIZA TlON IN WATER In,.lable I ~ VOlA ILf,?qo 10 HER VOlU ~ E II an~l ' NA I li eat.. nd Open FI-ameJ. WILL NOT I""f... I (.;QndlbOl" fj k, OCCUR OCCUR 10 a"101d 0 n e- n O kif) INCOMPA TIBIUTY 1M.-. TE AIAc:.S TO AVOID) " Sh.n ~ n <I J ~n d Alkal ie,. HAZARCOUS ' NON THERMAL' Of 'NON FIRE' H~~r O "l to'\ C "ld r ido!,c a1'" borl /t"lo1l".,. lde,c'3rj ''I D,'o1-irle I t-rue.j DECOMPOSITION or BV PRODUCTS ~ ol "'e.1' <2"" C -~io,. i.". -1"..., SECTION FIVE. - HEALTH HAZARD DATA HEALTH CHRONIC ACUTE I 'f.. I 'f. 1 HAZARDS,,, <. ~,-;-.;: -e ilannea ". '" " ",NOTE: " 'CHRONIC' ~ chllcaod. elabolalll billow on whatlhe IlIIocIS alii i \If! (" i e n ~ h w ~ d SIGNS ANO SYilPTON5 EXPOSURE ROUTES INH... LATION OF V f1.}1.i o:.hc;, ruii'.'j. 'o" "" "". f'o",j,1li!1,f"ui ~ ClJ M ' s,~;.v '!.~, IJ /lu. ENTRY SKIN V' Pnssible. l r ri ati 0 (\ INGESTION V r,,"j,'::;.... M','"". 1"'1r.1J~ ::'" " ' ~;f ~/~~~~a:~clj' A~. f" eyes V Se'lue.. jrrif-a.tiof\ 'an" b"rfl i " q I N HA~Tt~~ +~ t. ;. FIRST ""... m.. t nter. PROCEDURES INGESTION '" e.i EMERGENCV SKIN ;-;-;;;;-,.. EYES ~~ "',DItAl CONDITIONS,, ~ n ; " n r, ~. i '", GENEAALl:~;~TED BY E ~ F'OSURE Ie Il n ": 0 7.,.,,,- E p ;",o",,.. ~-I-... deu., C... RC ' NOG ~t CtTY? NTP? N o IARC MONOGR... PHS? N rj OSHA? No,, SECTION SIX. - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE SIEPS TO lai( IN CASE. '.'f... ;. 'on :'1 : pirk " '0 THE WAlER... IS SPlI.tED VI> " ~' OO RHEASED DISPOSA L~ h..! with 'a r\ inert absorbent - METHOD Fe t<. 1 «:; an~ oe 1 f<e,,1,'.,..",-. PRECAUTIONS 10 ~ ee TAKEIHS10AAG[ ANO HANDLNG. ;-nd. s u nl ia.~ ",, <, " < < SECTION SEVEN. - CONTROL MEASURES RE~IRATOA Y PAO TECT ION'h~"" 'I i ',:",:~ ~ (sy'"p OPIS ~r o'lt( (~J~ r 0 r, GLOveS (II*i!y frpoi) w f. 1 r NIDS oj 20tJN>oIeJ u/f-ri'lt' /l1sd r ~ (p i r ij te:.r.!! Ne4, re:t~f. f.j~ I S ~h"t VENTILATION LOCAL EXHAUST -~~jt~t.:, "'th.~ j J lc,c.qt.jlt I f EVE PRO TECTION Saf... f'l ~tjs,/ej NEEDED MECHAN IC... L(GENERAL)..J bt. //1#<J 1S(JfPflt OTHER AlA WOI''''H~g lllfl ic Pfactioos AVoid sk i 1\ CMhc.t and i n ~al3-f,' ofl, Wash.sk,. II allu Gillf'.,I" h as belli) In 8 ; e.,,, Are an~ Dr 'hi chomk:als subjocl ld SECTION 31 3 Dr ti1lg III ollhe SWpoI'lund Ameodmonts and Rllawlhonzalion ACI (SARA) Ilr 1986 and 40 CFR. Pall 372? 00 an~ 01 IhII chiimical$ have an RCRA Hazatdovs WaSIO No.? D.OI.5"-_...., )Jot r<e'lll'~fet( O.OTH,.. ~ ':.'A Pf"Nlhl(}DI7Y dr.a1-4 IOenWlCa1ion No lata Class: lata Shlpp,ng Name 'f "

36 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET rn d, I any 76S-1J97. (Op tlonill) IV FIRE AND EXP LOSION HAZARD DATA wear sel f-contained iscbal. FIRE_.Jl REACTIVITY' _.ll._ FLAMMABIUTY HEALTH 3 SPECIAL HAZA.RDS None - Thl, ls dupln:. Plg pig dupln.

37 ~,,<.;,IUN VI- REACTIVITY and STABILITY DATA "0 ",old :~ : ' \. Is".,;, X Heat & ppm Harre,,, to Avoid) ~ ~.;"o; 7~ro -,. -",,.. Monoxide, Carbon traces of May Occur Condilions \0 avoid and Will not Occur X None knc1,m :;"""ON VII - HEALTH HAZARD DATA,,, X Yes. 'X Yes X Yes E,,,7 X Yes, H.. II. I A,ulo Ix ';;;'.,;;..o.n.uv';'r ~'" "J ' HTP7 'ARC, OSHA Regulated?. Nnt- " ~lgns lind Symptoms ~ " ""'~ t-n ~m Conditions Generally., by Exposure Nr\no::> IAiel-' First ""~O- _, no" whh, omt-o of for" I r.1, l wit-h= -:TiQN 11 -.r~ JTI' ~ l and USE' i~~eb:;: be Taken WPRr ""~t- om lin I Material _... ~ 1 ~ the area: clean UP with ;, is Released :or Spilled Disposal Method M.<1ov hp in on ' or "i, of State and. T;;';~"", & in ~, ~ - ;, in 0001 ;b.m area falher Precllulions Note to "[]o- not aive - 'ru>f~;, non IX- CONTROL M~ ~T:o'.i.-rrTf],j for, C 'er~,'or I Gi~;".-,;i "N:;,, ~E'.'U" ~Ul Special l'ibne ' re;; Protection ~,,,, tl\k- Other, None ""'~ :-sili! :an<f Wast t-n X - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION or Y' uy t:o h> I ~,O' T', ' I~"; ~; 1.0. NO..(UN or NAl roo?a1. 1 I ~.'i'd ;..; ' "~,,~,~ I'ATA" 1" 1 ~'., I'ATA '"', ~, " I ~;;- 6.1 This Is the -b<lck ' whtn prlntld In dupln. Pag e p.lgts II not dupln. '-

38 RuGLYDE Tire Hounting Rubber Lubricant Street Amber with characteristic odor. SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD NA NA None NA Oxide of carbon. RATINGS NA - Not Assigned/or Not Applicable NO - Not Determined FIAE_--,O,-_ REACTlVITY_-,QL_ HEALTH...,..,. 1 SPECIAL HAZARDS~_

39 I~'=---~ ~lun VI ~ REACTIVITY and STAB ILITY DATA ~,..."Id I S~b'. X None 01. A"Id) Oxid i zers nia of 1 Mly Occur Conditions 10 Ivoid I~ V)l ~~~~~D DA~ IA"" X..!:., Possible ~ Possible I Possible I:.yu-r Possible X Hay caus. ~ may, ens No IARC No,i!~, No. of skin and/or eyes, nausea, diarrhea and if ingested.,!~ldlci I Concllllon. Generilly ~pos url Disorders of the kidneys., Wash affected areas, induce vnm1rino remove to fresh air and, ~tion. <VII) - land US E to E~" :~'; M.terl.1 Tlk.n limit slio hazard.. 10' Spll' "MoO'" in with state laws '~.b. Non r:''" "one. )x ':"Co'NT'RoL..,T.,,' None, loi;;-;; None Specl.1 None Acceptable Other None IEy, Prollellon Safety glasses. I O~" None,,; Wash af eac drink or smoke u- TAT)ON.,!!! ~., Not ted. I ~;~ ; 'dc' ''' NA, r, 1::,:", NA 10.0.T. I.D. NO. IUN or NA) NA ~'.~. '::'b.'_~'. M "'~, NA ~ NoC,,' I' NA I '~_O Not~ -.

40 7"S- 1 (Optional) r IV FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA fl,,,,,,,.. ~ UrM. or na scan flammab le. Unknown - not ava ilable " o FIRE 4 REACnVITY_-,- o HEALTH 2 SPECIALHAZARos~~l

41 SECTIO N VI REACTI VITY and STABILITY DATA TAB'UTY ~, II.",'d Slable X Avoid heat exposure ;'130 F., con'a;ne', I 10 Avoid) StrO...!!9 ox i d i zer, Mly Oeeur CI HCl,;,h ; como l ete " ;on Condition. 10lvoid I WII' X None known I I VII H, ALTH I ) DATA Avoid pressurizing " Ves '''n, No, Ves e,.., Ves Aeull X I,dtates eves ; delars sk i n I X Same as acute None N'" No, No OSHA No ~ : g;xsp Ind Symptoms OVe! '0 vapocs mav cause dizziness 0' nausea. I Condition. Gener.lly Sensitive sk i n. by Exposure Aid I Ind First I. h~h~ ~lo?5'.'~e[ \ r a' ')~~~ '. ~ ;[[ I VIII =;:'~di,a l, ~~::~~~g,ve m'lk a' wam ;, nauce ~:'~:: ~T"," Allow :: :,,emai n ing 'esidue with non ' ' ; p'ane ;n p' op" conra,n., ' 0 ' so ll a wasre a ". \Yo"". I," "h.d ot.oo 5'0'" unde, ' )0 ' ".",. i Wasre 0isrosa' Me'hod: Rep ' ace cap. ana di sca,o emp'y in., to SOlid waste. UO no', nc, ne'a'e 0' punc,uce conra, n.,. IIX (,, ~ i,t,,,,. None G" ".;; T <~ " " 00' Ii Yes Speel., None i Ai r OJ l ution Other None,!e ye proteetion Face shie~~~~l I i,,." A i m~ feem face I X I ~ : U. ',,, INl me Compressed Gas N. O. S ~ I ~'u", Flanvnabl e Gas None IWh N/A ]O.O.T NO. (UN or NA) UN 1954 I ~ "..,, o FI G.. I: ' I IName Ae roso l s FI ammab I e I'~TA 2. ) I ~~_o UN-1 9S0.

42 Malerial Salely Dala Shoel May be u~ ed to comply wi th OS HA', Ilnzard Communication Standard, 29 CFR Stnr1dard must be consulted lor specillc requirement', U.S. Department of ~abor Occup.tlon,1 Sillily. nd H t~lth Admlnistf l t,('n INon-~ lind.tory Form) : Form. Hoto: 8 1/t1lk:opKltJ """,,OM Seellon I.. '.. MI N EW Secllon II - Hazardous Ingredlenlslldenllty Information' OIlier Urnit, "Ho;~~dou'77.'::"""""""~e;;;':""C':,:ISO!""'"","':7Ch="""',;,;;;I;:."",,~'''''' Common"""",";-CN",.m;:~?,."II_-,OS~HA",-,P"E"L_ ACGtH ' LV RKom Mr1ded,.. (Cflborll? SOLVENT REF INED PARAFFIN IC DISTILLA TE PETRO LEUM OIL (CAS' ) TlV 5 mg/m3 (AS AN OIL MISTl SeeUon III - Physical/ChemIcal Characterlsllcs BoiHIf Point W DE RANG E Vapor Pr'MU" lmm HO.1 38' C I OO'F VRPOI' Oensity (Aln _ ') >12., SoI\Ibi ty In Walir NEGLIGIBLE Appe ance Ind Odof PALE CLEAR LIQUID, PETROLEUM ODOR SpeclIIc Grtvlty ("~ - I) / 'C ",.IUng Point NA EVllporallon Allie (Bu l~ Acetale 1) < Sec lion IV - Flash Point lmel1lod Used), Fire and Explosion Hazard Data Flamm8<bl1 limlls 141'C 385'F C.O.c. LOWER 1% UPPER 6% E.x1 lnguishlog Medii CO 2 - DRY CHEMICAL - FOAM Special FlIe Flghling ProcedUfU USE SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS lel UEl Unusual Fill 8nd E.plO$Ion Haurds NA (RfproduCI Iocillyl OSHA 114, Slpt IGM

43 '7(,' ~~~~ ~~ Sec tion V - Reac tivity Data I S..,,'" 'I U" ~. 1 NA _ Stable _ """',"'" " A_ ', "'OsfR 1S'~(f ' 5'xl'lll~E R~ _ >"hu~.~,«o~'~o~kom~~~"~""~~~'~~~~~, ~ CARBON MONOX IDE MAY form UPON INCO ~\ PLETE COMBUSTION, Hazardous May Oc<:UI' PotymenulJOn CmEN' ~~1\ES Will No! Occur Section VI - Healt h Hazard Oata,-~~~'~E::~",',,"',,~;;- ' =-::::=:::±N~'E,,-"_'~_'_' -,~,,",,-E1 -,-"Nl!E~ Ion -- _'. H8a~ r aulds (Acutd and ChrooiC) ~~ ,------: " ~C "_"OO9-=-._"_.,. _. IN,,-,(lJU'i~\!JI~S!lTIEQD..J:~'lJ.ThllJL_'''':ll.l~!llLi1ml1::'1A A8H.:u"\1""~ - J'.1ll MI 51) Sign, and SVmplom,!M e...~,e IRRITATI ON - >KIN, EYE Medi<:lIt Cond,lioou Generllily Agg,evaled by E~posur8 INHALA TI ON Of OIL MIST CAUSES RESPIRA TORY IRR ITAT ION; REPEATED CO NTACT-SK IN DEfATTER r:mefge~and FirS1Ald Procedures IN Gt STIO N- DO NOT IN DUCE VOMITI NG, G ET MEDICAL ATTEN TI ON; DERMA L-F LUSH WI TH SOA P AND WA TER; EYE-fLUSH WITH WATER, GET MEDICAL ATTENTI ON; INH ALATI ON-R EMOVE 3ectlon VII - Prec8ullon, 'or Sale Handling and Use TO FRESH AIR. Steps to Bo Taken in Cas. Material Is Aeleased Of Spilled. ABSORB WITH SAND OR INE RT MATERIAL; SWEEP OR SCOOP UP AND REMOVE; PREVENT SPREAD OF SPILL; ADVISE AUTHOR ITIES IF PRODUCT HAS ENTERED OR MAY ENTER SEWERS, WA TERCOURSES, OR EXTENSI VE LAND AR EAS. WIS,e DiSpOSal Method ASS URE CONF ORM ITY WITH APP LI CAB LE DISPOSAL REG ULATI ONS: DISPOSE OF ABSORBED MATERIAL AT-A N»OPPROVED WASTE DISPOSAL SITE OR FA CILIT Y. P'~A'\1OI'D'P~Clt"Cl'~G' D' Qk s W11h TED CONTACT WITH SKIN" WAS H THOROUGHL Y WIT H SOAP AND WA TER AFTER CO NTACT. AVOID BR EATH ING MIST OR VAPOR. KEEP CON TAINER CLOSED. Ollie, Precautions Section VIII - Control Measures A".IOI",>, p,~"""" f- '>P!l UNDER MISING CO ND ITIONS- filter Ven tilation Local f.!ch ausl YES Mochanical {GeMI.I} O'"'To CONTROL TO STANDARD PfotectlVe Gloves NEOPRENE POLYVIN YL ALCO HOL I Eye PfOtec1ion GOGG LES r" " tprt<s~ Clolhlllg or EQUIpment ~'\;\ ""WJi' ;~I'\' m('i)~'oug HL Y AFTER HANDLING; REMOVE CONTAM INA TED CLOTHING ; LAUND ER BEFORE P.ge:2 UU~O.:,.... UI.U"'"n REUSE Special

44 CH EMICAL NAME &. SYNONYMS ar.lke flvlcl LWS 1000 (;>" CO, 0/ " Olin OCEAN- Network EMERGENCY PH ONE l 'SOQ'OllN-911 SECTION I - MATERIAL SAFETY DATA IDENTIFICATION NAPA 00T-4 BRAKE FLUID CHEMICAL FAMILY I FORMULA PRODUCT <Olycol Ilher Mll.tul'e,.S ICOO DESCRIPTION CAS NO. QU~XER /Y) - 10 '-' r f>,gmui!.u p t ; SUPREME CHEMI CAL CORPORATION MSDS i'lle 2~65 6rown to yal liqu I d NOt ~s5ignecl/m\wtvr~ SECTION II - P (CAU N 8 TAKEN IN HANOL HG A/'/U S DRAGE So& peg' 1 NORMAL HANDLING PROCEDURES '10-0I'z../ 'to-cillo v '10"/0'./ i I I PROTECTI VE EQUIPMENT VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS ~HS S.. oa~1 I Gl.OVES Soe J:;II;oe,, : OTHER S.. :>a "," I r I S~SIC MkT~~rAL SECTION III - nhzardous INGREDr~NTS ld5c LC30 I~."r. f I,".: Q.' ~<;' j ~ ~~~ '~.. ' ~ lc ~:t.~" 5"'~;\!' ~! ~~ ~ 'j;,.t.., "'-::.n8 I:, 5 i"k., I> :0:: "' il ' ; 1!5t!!:::. 1 ":"Ie::.;:: ~ I> ; rt.: J ~ 0", trlt l SIGNlflCA~r E~Fo:TS i ~t.r. li.~g ) l.nc ";.!. ': ' 5:~~f~-:!rgr ~"~. t '''iles t,:;n. I!.,,'n. ey. bon':: ;:... ~e ut! 1f.~:t;~ " J, '",r-: ; tt: l ::r.. ~ - ~ r.e nod ;",~.) i e.r-.:... l(! Ct.;:; NO :,,"ont ""'=".:JiHl.,I.Il, : t... S/i e)o'. l.nc 5". ~n Propr,etary FLASH POINT I MnHQO SECTIOU IV - estab1 ISl'leCl SPECIA.L FIR~ HAZARD 0 FI~E FIGHTING PROCEDURES See page 1,rrlt/illon FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA I?SHA C~ASSIFICATJDN I See page 1 F XPLOSIVE 1 O I,. LIMI T r S"~,LIMIT ".cu' :.~~' ~' u"., S.. PO<", YES S.. pe._, SECTION V - "'Sl-'" HEALTH HAZAR D DATA S.. P"_, III S... pa('o 1

45 ;>~OO:':CT CO::E S'SJ T I ~ CHEM!CAL NAME,l~'~S-", OOO~,- _ SE:Ci' IOH VI - TOXI CO LOGY ( PRO DUCT) ACUTE ORAL lo SO CARCINOGEN I CITy5ee page, S~ e p{lga, I~UTA GENICIT V 566 p,go,... CU TE cermal 1.0 SO EY! IRRITATI ON SUI p,gc, See pilge, i>il. rmarv S);W IRRITATION.' CUT(; I NHAI.ATION lc SC Sao p ll go, S... e PIIga, ;>RINC I ;>AL P'OU,E5 " ASSOR;>TION Sol a pli::la, EffECTS OF,\CUTE EXPO$URE Se? poge, Eff ~ CTS See paoa, Of CHRONtC EXPOSURE SECTION VI I - SPILL ]I.ND. LEAKAGE PROCEDURES (CONTROL PROCEDURES) 1 ACT ION FO;': IH.T!.";.l.L R~LEA:i( OR 5PI~l. ~,'!, Olli' ''. i I TRA NS?ORTATION EMERGENCY.CONTACT CHE~TREC i I ~~, oail!!' : I SECTION V I I I - SHI PPING DATA I 0.0. T. ~ee p~ge T CON ~ I T J ON S TO AVOIP See pe"e ~ IN:OMP ATIBllI TYl MAT ERI AL TO AVO I D) See pcloe I H,~ Z AR DOU S DECOMPOSITION PRO~UCTS SECT ION IX - REACT IVI TY DATA -' I _ J SECTION K - PHYSICAL DATA INFORMATI ON: FURNISHED TO ATTN : OEP T li... NOLING MA TL SAF ETY DATA SHt ET S OUA)(E R SUPRHI':: OJ SADLER ST MONTGOIJ.Eill' Al FURN ISHED BY DATE,Olin MSOS Control Grollp (203) Olin CORPORATION 120 Long Ridge Road, Stamford, Connecticut OCEAN- Network E.. 1I1 n GE NCV PHONE " SOO OLIN UIl

46 11/02/ : 01 AM Fax Transmission From WD '57 2 of 3 [;JT) Ii:; I. PRODUCT IDENTIFICAnON MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ~. 2 _., 2 0 He,,,, 0 I NFPA I.~'" Manufacturer: WD 40 Company Telephone: Address: Emergency Only: 1061 Cudahy Place (92110) Information: P.O. 80x Chemical Name: San Diego, California Trade Name: Item No. 1 (800) (CHEMTAEC) (619) Organic Mixture WD 40 Aerosol 10002, 10005, 10000, 10011, 10013,10016,10023 II. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS Chemical Name Aliphatic Petroleum DisWlates PetfOleum Base Oil Carbon Dioxide Non hazardous Ingredients CAS Number r Exposure Limit ACGI.HlOSHA 100 ppm PEL 5 mgf~3 TWA (mist) 5000 ppm PEL. I III. PHYSICAL DATA Boiling Point Vapor Density (air = 1): Solubility in Water: Specilic Grallity (H,O = 1): Percent Volatile (volume): NA Greater than 1 Insoluble 0.8 t 70 F 70"10 Ellaporation Rate: Vapor Pressure: Appearance: Odor; Not det~rmined 110 ~5 I?SI ft 70 F Ughl amber Charactf' istic odor, IV. FIRE AND EXPLOSION Rash Point: Flammable Limits: EXlinguishing Media: Special Fire Rghting Procodures; Unusual Rre and Explosion Hazards: Tag Open Cup 110~F {minimum) {Soillent Portion) [LeIJ 1.0"lo [Uel]6.0% COl, Dry Chemical, Foam Contents Under Pressure FlAMMABLE - U.F.C. level 3 AEROSOL V. HEALTH HAZARD I ROUTE(S) OF ENTRY : Threshold Limit Value Aliphatic Petroleum Distillates (Stoddard soillent) lowes( TlV (ACGIH 100 ppm.) Symptoms of Overexposure, i Inhalation (Breathing): Skin Contact; May cause dryrng.9f skrn and/of rrntallon. I Eye Contact; May cause irritatipn, toaring and redness. I Ingestion (Swallowed): May cause irritation, nausea, vomiting and diarmea. r First Aid Emergency Procedure5 Ingestion (Swallowed); Eye Contacl: Skin COntoCl: Inhalatio n (Breathing): DANGER! Asplratjon Hazard; May cause an~thesi3.. headach~,.diz:ziness, nausea and upper res~iratory irritation. Do not induce II1lmitill9, seek medical attemion. I, Immedialely Hush eyes with lorge amounts of water for 15 minules. Wash with soap and water. Remolle 10 fresh air. Give arhficial respiration if necessary.! If breathing is difficult. give oxygen. i Pre-existing medical conditions such as eye. skin and respiratory di10rders may be aggrallated by exposure. I If swallowed, can 9rner lungs and may cause chemica! pneumonitll::l.'i Do not induce vomiting. CaU Physician immediatl)ly. Suspernd Cancor Agent _._.'> yes..:.: No.=.E.:..:..:-. - _ - The-components in this mixture have been found to be noncarcinoglnicby NTP, larc._. and OSHA.! I

47 11/02/100 09:01 AM Fax Transmissi on From WO-40 3 of 3 VI. REACTIVITY DATA,. Stability: Stable x Unstable _ Condi tions 1o avoid: NA Incompatibility: Stroog oxidizing materials Hazardoos decomposition products: Thormal decomposition may yield carbon monoxide and/or carbon diollida. Hazardous polymerization: May occur Will not occur x VII. SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES Spill Procedures Spil' unlikely from aerosol cans. Leaking cans should be placed in ptashc bag or open pail until pressure has dissipated, WasIl! Disposal Method Empty lierosol cans should not be punctured Of incinertltod; bury in land till. UQuid should be Incin9~:~:': ; ; buried in land lill. Dispose of in acr:ordance with local. slate and federal regolations. I VIII. SPECIAL HANDLING INFORMATION VentilaUon: Respiratory Protection: Protective Gloves: Eye Protecrion: Other Protective Equipment Sufficient to keep solvent vapor tess than TlV. Advised when concentrations exceed n v. Advlsod 10 prevent possible skin irritation. Approved eye protection to saleguard against potenlial eye contact, irrilalion or Injury. None required. IX. SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS Keep from sources of ignition. Avoid excessive inhalation 01 spray particles, do not take infernally. Do not pli,ct1jre. incinerate or store container above 120 F. Exposure to hoal may cause bursting. Keep can away Irom electrical c urren~b'r battery terminals. Electrical arcing can cause burn-through (punclure) which may result in flash fire, C<lusing serious injury.l(eep flom children., X. TRANSPORTATION DATA (49 CFR ) Domestic Surface Description: Hazard Class: lone.: label Required: Domestic Air Description: Hazard Class: lone.: label ReQUired: Consumer Commodity ORM-O NONE Consumer Commodity (ORM-D) Consumer Commodity (Non Flammable Gas - Aerosol) QRM D NONE Consumer Commocfty (OAM D-AIA), I ; XI. REGULATORY INFORMATION All inc]f"9dienls lor this product are listed on the TSCA inventory. SARA TiUe III chemicals: Non!! CalifornIa Prop 65 chemicals: None CERCLA reportable Quantity: None ACRA hazardous waste no.: 0001 (Ignilable) SIG NATURE: ca",..."m~il'oes,-_~t~. ~...i TITLE: -'""ec"'h"'o"lc"a"'l D""'ll<1"",,,,oe,' REV ISION DATE: -'M"a"""ch!.-',,9,,96"- SUPERSEDES: June NA m Not applicable NDA = No data available < = l ess than I > = More!han I We believe the staternents, technical IntounltUon!lnd rcconvncndal\oils conbln;d heroin alv reliablg_ Howovor, tho t!.1t:1 i!; ~rovidod without wamji'1ly.. _,oxp'ossod I)( impllgd. 1L!$.lhe usefs responsibility both 10 de l ermin~ safe conditions lor use of IN, pl'oclocl and Iluvme Ioss,d3rago ()( IWCIlS<!, d'rector consequenlla/. arlsln9 I,om its u~o. Detorg using prod...:.!. r~itd '.. bal, MSOS.A

48 , -' ; ~,,. ~ - ~r~.. :,;. 7~:! ' '' )rh nlls KS:l S C::I1PUES.em :., CF.l M~C ' S WAT~ RLESS HANDCLEANER l'ij. l :CO I r HE H,I Z.lilO CCt't'Lt': "::l~ i O I,s':'~I'O ~ R!lI~- ~agt!: u.... "' :~ '~:c...(:: i'o"... ~. ~~~ 's ":' H~l! ::' ~ IWlt:... ~ lm!i SOOC /,f:..00i SOOS P RCCI;(T : INVOIC~. Il EOST UNOle! DUi:: 0"/0../ 'l0 TO : 0.)1') sn.act No : Pr"p.. ~od: O I1 Bl~ -~C. O~/ Zl/OO Suc"r ' ooa ~ : ClIOt/a; GonGr.l Or Generic 10 : DOT HazlIrd Classification: OIl/liATER EHULSICN NOT APPlIC.lSLE t:!i'!m:et-z:t:\;wrtttt $" ;'w:ez:z Mm,(cUC'!1C!." llii2, 111:':Ur'ip't"":Z>:.u :!!t:;t!'z:' : ::;;G:~ -Z": THE COMPOSITION Of THIS PRODUCT ls SEING WiTHHELD AS A TRADE SECRET. INGREDHNT NONYLPHENOL POLYETHoxYlATE CAS.: 90h-<o5-9 IF PRESEtrr. laiic, NTP.I.tlO OSIU. CARClNOGEt,'S AND CHEHIOLS S\.'BJECT TO TH! ~ fport ING RE<iUIREMENT S OF SARA nne III SECTION III AR! IDENTIFIED III THIS SeCHerl. SEE DE finitl ~~ PAG E FOR CLARIFICATION. Z IbyHTI 5-10 ill "'", l' ALIPHAnc PETROlfL" DI STILLAH S CAS. : "<07<OZ-10-9 < MG/~13 S 1".G/Ml, l' l::l.2.ill : I 1 1 PEL/TLV NOT ESTASLISHED FOR THI S MAHRIAL II I PEl/TLV IS FOR OIL MIS T. ACG IH SHOR T TERM EXPOSURE limit ISTELI FOR OI L MIST IS l ~ HG/CU1. ij :;: UNSiWZ.XG::imSJQU, '4):"'N[:!I -BF 'f,(i(! Z:!I1.t5u l', i't" 'IH I! itt :::. if::."; 4'Z, :. ;~ t:. Soi ling Point for COMPONENTt 25-40% I Vapor Pressure Spe~ifi~ Spo~ific Vapor Oensity Gravity Percant Volatiles Evapora tion R.. t o Appoa ranc:a Shta For.. f or COMPOtIEtlTt ls-40% I Deg F, Hg,, O"g F lieg C I Hg lo.oo 0"9 C I HEAVIER THAN AIR GR EATER THAN ~ATfR 25-40% SlDl'ER TH,l.N HHE R SEHI-SOlI D El'IJlSICfI flash polm :> l OO Oeg F :> "" Dog C I EXPLOSIVE LIHIT 'LClHfST VALUE OF COMPONENT I LClHER -. 9% EXTINGUISHING HEOIA: REGUL,l.R FO,tM OR C,l.ROON IIIOXlOE OR DRY CHE HICAL HAZARDOUS DE COMPOSITION PRODUCTS : MAY FORH TOXIC HHERIAlS:, CAR&OIl 010:<10<: AtJO CAROOlII1OlIOX IO E, ET::., NITROGfrI COMPClI.JN DS FIRE FIGHTING PROC EDURES: HEA R SELF-CONfAHlfO SREATHING APP,l.RATVS HIn, A full F~CEPIrCE OPERATED HI THE POSITIVE PRESSURE DEMAJItl MODE HU Etl FIGHTING FI RES. NFpA CODES : HEALTH- 1 FLAKMAS ILITY- I REACT1VITY- 0 Cp?Wttt=';'{,-!.j{'S':Z;::? ex. "..,=-. Q;I-Im!t. :1: Jt t! :1.:1,&1 ;),11,M" J. w :;: PEIIHISSIBLE EXPOSURE LEVEl: NOT' ES TABL I SHED FOR PRODUCT. EFfECTS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE; FOR COMPONENT SEE SEC n Oll II. EYES - CAN CAUSE HOOERATE I RR ITATION. REDNESS, TEARING. SK IN - CAN CAUSE SLIGHT IRRITATION. BREATHING - EXCESSIVE INIlAUTlOIi OF VAPORS CAli CAUSE NASll AtiD RE SP)RATORY I Ri'lIT.l.T I OII. SHALLOiII' ;; - CAN CAUSE GASTROINTESTlN,l,L I RRITATlOtl, NAUS ":: A, \tooithg, AIIO DIARRH E,I.. A ::'P I~ATI :l tl OF M,l,TE RU L IIno THE LLNGS CAN CAUSE CHEHICAL PN~Lt1ONITIS I<'l i1ich CA..~ 3E FATAL. COPYRIGHT 1990 CONTINUEO ON PAGE: 2

49 \;":"~;:: I :' :'" 5.\=::,'1 O.\i.!. 5r-!=:;: - - ~",: -.: C:', - _: :mdro!!"cv T dle.c~.,on!l 'SCCI27-~,526:J o 1-3CG - A SH LA,\J D l~(joz" ~ l"\c ' 5 WATERLE SS HAND CLEANER Page; 2 <;3ST.liD; :, ON SX I N' THORQl)GHLY " ~SH exp O$~:) ~,Q<~ toiith so~p,/.nd H.lTE~, CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BE'OR( RE- use, " IN EVES : HUSH HUH LA RG E,lI1()Uo(TS OF ",UER, LIFTING UPPER AND LOHe,~ UOS CCOStCtol~LLV, GET ME OICAl ATHNTICtoi. " S" ULOHEO: 00 NOT IND UC E VOMITlNG, KEEP P~R SCN l-i~rm, QUtfT,,/.NO G'T I'1E:JIOL lithitictl ~ SPIIU,nCt I OF /\,ITEIUA'.. INTO THE LUNGS DUE TO VOMITING CAN CAUSE CHE MIC AL PNEUMONlTI S toih:ch CAN BE F AT~ L, :F BREATHED : REMOVE I NOIVIDUAL TO FRESH AIR, E ~ fecrs Of CHRONIC overexposure: FOR COMPONWT THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS A PA RAf1INIC PETROLEUM OIL SiMIL AR IN NATUR TO THE MINERAL SE AL OIL toilltch EXXON COH PA~ REPORTED TO THE EP A UNDER SECTtON BI E I OF THE TOX!C suesui'c( CCMROL AC T, THE REPORT H,\S SL.6I1ITHO 8AS~O Off PRE LIMI NARV RE SULTS Of AN ONGOING HOUSE SKlN PAINTING STUOV "HICH SH~ED 8 OF AN ORIGINAL SO ~lhals DEVELOPED oeservable SKIN TUMORS. OV[ltEXPOSUII.E TO THIS H.t.TERUL lor ITS COMPONEt(I'S I )I'\S APPARENTLY BEEN FClI.kID TO CAUS E THE FOLLOHING f1hcrs IN LABORATORV ANIMALS :. LIVER ABNORt1ALITIES, KIDN EV DAMAGE t{i$4fitd:%14tm M-$ rl3!")nriuj:'ql\;!i'\ 'hlhwlilat l$'rrej"ttci' *Wmett1Wt;:::n:;',1 HJ.ZARDOUS POLYMER IZATION : CAJ<H)T OCCUR STAB ILITY : snsle INCOMPATIBILITY: AVOID CONTACT )11TH :, STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS. CE:'1 #!'twfa't.gw '.:'t:"w,fi U'W, I)C;'{t 1"t "'it!t!"4x 2i=*' : ',i\j ;~?*:z::':t;ztjimwil4\i STE ps TO BE!AlIEN IN CnE MATERV L I S RELEASED OR SPILLED; SMALL SPILL : SHEEP UP MATERIA L f OR DI SPOSAL OR REC OVERY, LUGE SPILL : PERSONS NOT "EARI NG PROHCTlVE EQUIPMENT SHOULD 8f EXCLUDHl FROM AilE,/. OF SPILL l,.utn CLel/H':p H ~S 8EEN CONPLETED,SHOVEL NATE RIA L INTO CONTAINERS. IHr1~tNING tuh ~ I':' :, M':"( B~ TAKUI UP ~IrH SAND, Cll'f, U RTH, ' LOOR AeSOASENT OR OTH ER ABZOA&ENT t1aterja L AND SHOVELED INTO CCllU INER$, H~STE DISPOSAL METHOD ; SHALL SPILL! flush OClH'4 DRAIN HITH LARGE.lI1OUiTS 0' HAHR IN ACC ORD.l,;;C~ ~lth APPLICABLE REGUUTlCNS, LARGE SPILL! DESTR OY BV liquid INCINERATION, DISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANtE HITH ALL LOCAL, STAn AND FEDERAL REGUUTICm, RESPIRATOR'll PROTECTION: NOT REQUI RED UNDER NORMAL CONDITI ONS OF'USE, VENTILATION! NOT REQUIRED UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS 0' USE, PROTECTIVE GLOVES I NOT NORMAL LV REQUIRE D, EVE PROTECTION: NOT REQUIRED UNDER NORMAL CONDITIONS OF USE. OTHER PROnCTIVE' EQUIPMENT : NOT REOtJIRED UNDER NORMAL CONDITIOUS 01 usc n:"tnt;;;t:l -ij:;!;1rl t!:f"!':w,:nfhwin"i2;~:h'ji!!l llf l mt " 1jl JjJf:IBit 'tn!ji;!:'ult-ifim #SWM'! COHTAINERS OF THI S t1ateiii'l HlY Bf HAlAAOOUZ HH EU EM PTHD, SINCE EMPTl! O COl /HtNERS RfUtr! PRODUCT RESIDUES I VAPOR, LIQUID, AN OIOR SOLID I, ALL HAZARD PRECAUTIONS GIVEI~ III TH IS DAUSHEET MUST &E OBSERVED, TH E INfORt1ATJOtI ACCLHJUiE D HEREitl IS &ELHVE D TO BE ACCURATE Bur I S IlOr WlRRA~ITED TO Be HHETHER OR IGI NATING HtiH THE COMPANV OR NOT. AEC IPIHITS ARE ADViSED TO CONrIRt1 IN AOV ~NCE OF NHD THA T THE INFORt1ATIOIl IS CURRENT, APPLICABLE, AND SUITABLE TO THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES, COPYRIGHT 1990 LAST PAGE--SEE ATTACHMENT PAGE ENCLOSED--LAST PAGE

50 Je'lO ;5 ~,:;.. T;::;:;;,l:' S;'.=='7" ' D':"',l.S:-:::::' '\!- idwo. ';.':':- VALvour"::::.I:.(; ;.- ~-'".. ~ ' ~. '. _: ' :" :;-:"1,( ::~,.(,.,:(. : :~. 5-=<1 16 : 70";0 R~GULAR ST,l.~TING FLUID THIS HSOS CCt'PL!ES ijith 21 enl Z0a I THE H.lZ).RO CCf'H..NIC.lHCtI STI.1'O U O I 24-nour Emer pet'ley Te! one 1 i!!" E3 :;.r O-ASHLAi'.: 8 Pa ge: 1 NAP l. HllOGUARTERS HTN : 1'1.111" HIC)(1"\..U'j H11 CIIICLE 75 PAlIKijAV ATLANTA, GA 3013' PRODUCT, INVOICE, REO'ST Ii'NOICE DAiE: 04/0V10 TO: Dab :;hoo t No : Prepared: 0 7/11/SQ $upor,edo,: 05/31/8' Gon.r al or s-n-r i c 10, SOLVENT 8 LEND DOT Hazard Cl.. s i f i ca t i on, FL Aa-lA8Lf COMPRESSED GAS ) THE COMPOSITION OF THIS PRODUC T I S BEING HI THHEL O AS A TRADE S ECR ET. IF PRES ENT, lare, NTP AND OSH A CARC l p..()gens AND CHEMICAlS SUBJECT TO THE REPORT ING REQU I REME NTS Of SARA TITLE I II S ECTlOU 113 ARE IOE1HIFlE O IN TH!S SECTION. SEE DEFINI TION PAGE FOR CLARI FI CATION It-GRE DIEN!,!by t:!'t1 ill ill CAFt8Of.I OIOXIOE PPM 5000 PPM CAS.: lz HEPTANE CAS.: 142-8Z-5 ETHVl ETHE R CAS.; 60- l9-7 '" "" '" "" HEXANJ 1- "0 50 PPM C., UO liolli' 1) PfLITLV NOT ESTABLISHED. PRODUCT IS A SIMPLE ASPHYXIlNT. ACGIH/OSHA SHORT TERM exposure limit ISTH I foil. ORS~ DIOXIDE IS 30,000 PPM. 400 PPM 400 PPH 50 PPH I I OS HMACGIH SHORT TERM EXPOSURE LIMIT ISTEll for N-KEPTANE IS sao PPM. NIOSH RECC/"}lE ~ IDS A LIHIT OF 85 PP H 8 HOU R n la, 440 PP M - CEILING. 3 ) NIOS H RECOMMENDS A LIHI T Of 100 PPM - 8 HOUR TIME HE I GHTE O AVER AGE, 510 PPM CeILI NG. THESE LIMITS ARE FOR N-IiEXANE. THE OSHA PEL AND THE ACG I H TlV FOR OTHER l SOHERS or HEXANE I S 500 PPM, THA I 1000 Pp H SHORT TERM EXPOSUSlE LII1IT STE L J. f or COMPON ENT I % I Vapo r P r assl.l r. for CCMPONE NTI 10-25% ) ~ e i fi c Vapor DQnsity Spacific Grayity P.rc.nt Volatil., Ev aporation R.t. Appearanco stat. Fo~,, ""-' '" '" ' O.g f O~ C I 7~ lig 43'.00 "" Hg D~ f lo.oo o.g Cl HEAVIER THAN AIR, f lo. OO o.g C ) % SLQIoIER THAH ETHER CLUR LIQUID FLASH POINT ( Oest f Deg C I EXPLOSIVE LII1IT ILC»iEST VALVE Of Ca-.F'OOENT) LOKER 1.0% EXTINGUISHING I1EDI A: REGULAR f OAl1 OR CAR80N DIOXIDE OR DRY CHEMI CAL HAZARDOUS DECOHPOSITION PR ODUCTS: HAY FORM TOXIC MATERIA LS :, CARBON DIOXI DE AND CARBON MONOXIDE, VARIOUS HYDROCAR8(Ki, ETC. COPYRIGHT 1989 CONTINUED ON PAGE: 2

51 .\1,J. T:::RIA L SA.::TY DA',J En \[ Va/~o.~~iJ!',.... ' '-" '. -.. ',:.':: '., :,,- ~,:<,~.~ o.>~ 2~; - :CG!-. 'C.I' : ;'Ilot rgt;!r'l c r~le'jhone 1,eOO ii3 or ' SCO -ASHLANO RE GULAR START INC FLUID Page: 2 ~!REFtGHTING PROCEDURES, ~E~A SElF-CONTAINED BREA TH ING 'PP~~lTVS ~ITH.\ FULL F~CEP :oce OP~~.T~O IN THE POSITIvE PRESs.uRE OEMAND HOOE I1HEIl figh TING FIRES. S;l ECIAl FIRE' EXPLOSION HAZARDS : NEV!R use I'I l OING OR ClJTrtNG TOIICH e t l 0.1 N~. A OIU.H I! 'JE.'1 f~pt'l', BECAl..6l PROQUCT IE ve N JUST AESIDUE I ClN IGNITE EXPLOSIVELY, NFP.\ CODES, RElCTtVrTY 0 PERMISSI BLE EXPOSURE LEVEL, Sfe SECTION II P FECIS Of ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE; for CCl1PONENT SKI N _ PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT HAV CAUSE MODERATE I RR ITATION. OEfATTING. DER MATI TIS. EVES _ "'AY CAUSE SEVERE IARITAnOU, REONES::;. TURING. BLURRED VISICN. Sr4ALLOHIHG - HAY CAlISE G~STROINTESTINlL IRRITAtorl, ~UllS<.l. VCttlTIrIG,.1t,0 OPRRIIE.l. '\ SPI~.lTlCU Of I'UTEAUL IHTO TilE LlotIGS ruy CAlISE CIi[MICAL PNEUMONIA Hllle ll MA Y B': f~u L. 8REATHING _ EXCESSIVE INHALATION OF VA~ORS MA'/ CAU~E N~ SA~ AND RE SPI~HC;H 1 ~~ITU IOII. CnITII.lL NERVCUS SVSHM EFFfCT:> U;CLUDlllG DIZllNES. rrfakness, FATIGUE. NAUSE.l, HE.lDlCHE AND POSSIBLE U N:; CN~CIOUSNESS AND EVUI ASPHYXIATION. first AID; IF ON SKIN: THOROUGHLY HASH EXPOSED AREA HITH SOAP AND ){AHR. REMOVE CCNTAMINATED CL OTHI NG. LALtlOfR COHTAMIKATED CLOTHING BHORE Rf-VSE, IF IN EYES: 'LUSH HITH LARG!, AI1OU'ITS OF HATER, LIFTING UPPER AND LOHER LI DS CCCASIOtIALLY, GET Hf DICAL ATTI:NTICtI. IF S>lALLOHEO; 00 NOT INDVCE VOMITtNG, KEEP PER$Otr HARM, OVlET, AND GET HE OICAL ATTENTION, ASPIRATION OF MAHRlAL INTO THE LI,..toIGS DUE TO VOMITING CAN CAUSE CHEIIICU PNEUMONITIS HHI CH cm BE fahl. U BREATHED; U AFfECTED. REMOVE INDI VIDUAL TO FRESH AI R. IF BREATHI NG I S DIFF ICUL T, ADNUlI$HR OXYGftl. II BREATHING HAS STOP PED GIVE ARTIfiCIAL RESPIRJ.TION. KHP PERSCU H,1.R.'1, QUIET AND Gn MEDICAL,1.lTENTICtl. PRIMARY ROUTEt S) Of ENTRy; I NH ALATI ON, SKIN CONTACT HAZUOOUS PO ly:o<,eii!zatjofo. : ~ANNOT OCCUR STABILITY : STABLE INCOHPATI BILITY : AVOID CONTACT HITH :, STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS. STEPS TO BE T'KE~ I N CASE H ~TERI'L IS RELEASED OR SPILLED ; SHALL SPILL : ALLOH TO EVAPORA TE. VENTILATE AREA. ELIHINAT ALL SOURCES OF IGtIITIOH SOCH AS FLARES, FLAMES IINCLlIOWG PIlOT LIGHTS I, ANI) ELECTRICAL SPARKS. LARGE SPILL: ELIMINATE ALL I GNITION SOURCES I FLARES, FL,\/1ES, INCLUDING PILOT LIGHTS, ELECTRJCAL SPAR!';S I. ALLOH TO EVAPORATE. PERSONS NOT HEARING PROTE CTIVE EQUIPMENT SHOULD BE EXCLUDED frch AREA UNTIL LEAK HAS BEEN REPAIR ED". HASTE DISPosAL HETHDD ; SMALL SPILL : ALLOH MATER I AL TO EV APORATE. LARGE SPILL: VENTILATE AREA OF SPILL. AlLOH H.!.TERI.!.L TO [ VA?ORATE. "!?MtMt.W\ft!t:I j3?1r-'[ ih III!/:! '! :t~f r i* ' );f (! fu I}j( : : " l W'5~; I: We \1~ ll. ~!'i: ')ew,ne.\ w.r,! RESPIRA TORY PROTEC TI ON : IF WORKPLACE EXPOSUR E LHIITI S I OF PRODUCT OR ANY C()/1PQt,lEtfT IS EXCHDED tsh SECTION II I, A NIOS HIHS HA APPROVED AIR SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR IS 'OVISEO IN ABSE NCE OF PROP ER ENVIRONHEtfTAl CONTROL. OSHA RECVLATIONS ALSO PERHIT OTHE R NIOSHIM5H' RESPIRATOR:; INEGATI VE PRESSURE TYPE I ~D R SPECIfIED CONCIITIONS ISEE YOUR SAFETY EQUI PMENT SUPPLIER I. ENGIN EERING OR ADMINISTRATI VE CONTROLS SHOULD BE I MPLEMENTE D TO REOUCE E)(POSURE. VE NTILATION: PROVID E SUFFICIENT MECHANICAL I GENERAL ANDIOR LOCAL EXHA UST! VENT I LATION TO MAINTAIN EXPOSURE BEL CH n VISI. PROTECn\lE GLOVES : NOT REQUIREO 1J10ER NOIIl1AL CONDITIONS OF USE EYE PROTECTION : NOT REQUIRED UNDER NORKAl CoNbITIONS OF USE. OTH ER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT : NOT REQUIRED UNDER NORMAL CON CIITIONS OF USE, IW'*M UN :.jj~,b!d!i, ' :r- }fgji!j!31tz'ihr t~ ' U"'1 'Im ltit:i::itr,.,1 ;!;I?wr.:J W QM?4iiri, CONTAINERS OF THIS MATERI AL HAY BE HAZARDOUS HHEN EMPTIE CI. SINCE EHPTIE D CONTAINERS RETAIN PRO DUCT RfSJOVES I VA POR, LIQUID, ANO/DR SOLIDI, ALL HAZARD PRECAUTIONS GIVEN IN THIS OATASHfET MUST BE OBSERVEO, '"' INfORIiATION ACC'-"JUTED HEREIN IS BElIEVEL. TO BE ACCURATE BUT 1$ NOT HARRM-ITErI TO BE HHETHER ORIGn~ATlNJ HITH THE C0I1PANY OR NOT. REC I PIWTS ARE ~ OVISEO TO COUFIRM IN ADY AIlCE OF NEED THAT THE INF DRt1ATlON IS CVRRENT, APPLICABLE, AND SUITABLE TO THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES. COPYRIGHT 1989 LAST PAGE--SEE ATTACHMENT PAGE ENCLOSED--LAST PAGE

52 ,. Material Safety Data Sheet Agway Petroleum Corporation. Po. Bo)( 4862, Syracuse, NY ""ODUCT N.t.MI! GASOLINE fall GRADES) CAS NUMBER ee OTHER NAMES Regular!PIue/Pramium Unlfaded,Conventional, OJ(ygenated and Reformulated! FORMULA ",ttollilvm Distillate Mixture '00"'" Se. 5"1100 U. Below PRODUCT APPEAftANCE AND ODOR Ught Yellow or Cle.;,r Liquid. G oiin!! Odor CLASSlflCAnON Atmmable l iquid & Vapor: DOT Hazard Class; DISTRIBUTOR Agwav Peuohlvrn Corporation PO Box 4852 Syracuse, NY PPIODIJCT INFOAMAT10N 31 & EMERGENCY PHON!! NUMBER Chemtr,e: UN120J 3 " COMPONENTS Petroleum o i,tlll,te Mhm.lr. Beonzen. Ethyl Benzene Toluene,,Z.4 Trim.thyl B.rnene Xylent M_ttlyl Tertiary I!!utyl Ether HAZAfUJOUS MATERIALS IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (HMIS) Hulth MinIm.1 FI.-mm.bility 3 1 # Sliokt R clivity Moder~te OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE LIMITS ptuoreuftl Oittillete Mhtturo ""'.M Ethyl Benzol'lt 1,2,41rirrltthyl s.ru:.n. Xyl... Methyl Terti.ry Butyt Eth" OSHAL P!L 300 ppm 1 ppm 100 ppm 25 ppm 100 ppm 8-ttour Time Welght.d Averege Unless Specified. n/. CAS NUMBER tl Slfiou. 4 Sever. ACGIH TlV 300 ppm 10ppm 100 ppm 25 ppm 100 ppm n/. CONCENTRA non 89#gs-x " 0 5<;& 0--25% I, 0.5% 0 25% 0-15% OSHA STEL 500 ppm 125 ppm 150 ppm P'~lofll

53 0,., a 'I :' 1 ", J ~ " SNHALAllQN R4rmove.H.~t.d person fro m,ourci of exposure. If not breathing, ens\j1li clear,.rway atld institute cardiopulmon'ry r" "'teltltion (CPA). It bf,.t""o i. difficult, adminiaf" oxvgan if available. Get nwdici' Itt.ntion. EVE CONTACT Awh immediately with Itrge amountj 0' water. eyelid'.hoyld b, hllld IWIIY from the eyeball to enlure thoro\j(jh fin,ing. Gat medical nt.ntion,t ir,itatlon persi,,,, SKIN Remove cont.min.tad clothing immediately. WllIh erea of con'iict throughly with soap and water. Get medical attention It inltation J)erslsts. Migh prclslute,kin injt<:tfon5 are SERIOUS M!OICAL EMERGENCIES. Get irmlediate tmdic.1 a1tention. INGESTION DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING BECAUSE OF DANGER OF ASPIAATING LIQUIDS INTO L.UNGS. Get lm/'mdi.te medical an.ntion. If spontanllou, vomiting OCCU'S. monitor for br.athinij difficllty. "=~ FLASH 'OINT AUTOIGNmON UM"E~TUAE -46 F 650 F FLAMMABLE UMITS IN AlA (% BY VOL.! Low.r: '.4 Upper: 7 BASIC ftrl!fllghywo PROCEDUflE& U dry chemical. foam or carbon dioxido to ex,ingullh fira. Wllte, mov be inehective III In e~inguj ' hing mediutrl, but fthiv be used to cool t ire~xposed contain,,,,.tructures and to protect pe(soonel. II leak, or spill has not Ignited, ventilale area end un weter sprey to dllllj)ct g.. 0' VOPO( and to protac' per'$omfi 'ttampting to Itop leak. U.. wate, 10 flush Spills away from.ourcet of ignition. 00 NOT FLUSH DOWN PUBLIC SEWERS OR OntER DRAINAGE SYST MS. Exposed firefighter. should wellr MSHAINIOSH approved sel"conteined breathing apparatus with full 'ace ma.k Md fu ll protective equipment. FIRE AND!XPLOSIDN HAZARDS Dangerous when exposed to heat or flam,. Runoff to tew.t may eause fit. or explosion haurd. Containers m,y explode In Molt of fl,.. I,ritating or toxic substllllces moy be e mi~ed uj:)on th.rmal decomposition. SP(C'AL FIR( HAZARDB Vepor. h'lmr than air 6 INHALATION Vapors or mist ma'( caull. irritation 0' the nose end throat, headache, nausea, vomillng. dizzin$$s, d,owsin,.., euphoria, kju 01 coordinatiofl. and dilorientotion. Chronlo exposure may olio CIIUS' enemla, decrealed whit, blocd cell count:l, decroaled plateleu, apllftic anemill, leuktml. ard Irregular he.rt rmythm. In poorly ventil'ted.rels o( confined spaces, uncon.cioulnels end IIphy.xle1ion mov,ult. Th, target organ is th(t centr" nervous IiiYftlm. PRWARY ROUTE y" EYE CONTACT Mev cause irritation, experience' a' mild discomfort and seen as slight excess redntsl of the eye. SKIN IRRITAtiON PrOlonged or wldllspraad.kln CQntact m.y result in Ihe abllorp(ion or polentiallv harmful amount. of material. Can Inhate dermatiti. INGESTION SHgktlv toxic to Internel o(g""a if swallowad, Abdominal d!komfort. naute,.nd diarrhea movoccur. A.pi,ation may occur during.wallowlng or vomiting, ulling In rung damage. The target. the cantril narvou ynam. y".,a _ c

54 SfNSm ZAnON 'ROPEAnES Unknown CHROMe StudilllS sponsored by API. NIOSH and othe" heve.hown b.nllllne la componel'lt 01 gasonl14ll thould be ragarded e. a potential occupalional carcinogen. ba.ed on tinding. 01 earelnooan/(; '''pann' in laboratory animals exposed to thi' subltance, The.xceu concer risk tor workers exposed to ttlit tubttance he. fiot bti.n ca1culaled; the prob4bility of developing canc.r."ould be dacntased by minimiling,iposure to the lowe" feasible limit. Par.:)nr1el with pre-exi.ting.kin di.orda,,_ impaired Ilvt, Of kidney function, cenlral netvous syttem 01 chronic: re.plfltofy dlaun should,void txposure to Ihis maltn, l. OTHER REMARKS Thi. contains benut'lfl. Ptolo"gtd and repeated.xpo.ure to benzene he. been with t nemi. and laukemia In ~~!!!!~"":~"':""'":"""''''''c''''c':'7:: Th. following dala... pproltimtte 01 typical veluc~ end should not be u.. d for prtc:i.. d.livo purpa. BOILING!tANGlE ovnhg) 95 F SPECIFIC GRAVITY (HIO - 1).1', VAPOR PRESS~E SOLUBILITY IN WATER Insoluble ph N/. STAIIUTY Subia MELTING POINT N.A. EVAPORATION RATE (ETHER : 1) 0.04 VAPOR DENSITY (Air "" 1) 3 4 % VOLAnU BY VOLUME 100 VISCOSITY fm THOO. TEMPI NI. HAZAROOUS POL YMlEfUZATION Will not Occur APPEARANCE AND OOOR Ught Yellow or Clcer Liquid. Gaaollne Odor. i. CONDITIONS TO AVOID S1,ong ol'lidzlng ""tnu, "... t, sp.. rlt. flume.. nd build'\lp 01 sutic elecuic:ity. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PJlODUCTS ColI,bon mono.id a, carbon dioxide and hydrocarbon, Peg. 3 0',

55 tianoung Eye Protection: Flemove cont.ct lenses and wear chc!mical sale'y gl""s, goguil. 0' fact.h'-id wh.,.. contlici with liquid Of mist rnay occur. Skin Protection: Welt imp,rviou:l g loves, clothing lind boots... h.n com.ct with skin m.y occur. Wuh with 10.".nd Wltor belore eating. drinl;'ni and amoklng. Launder contaminated clothing before r.use. Inhal.tion: Use aporovlld f.,plntory Pt'ot.etiv. equipment for cle;an;ng 1"\111.pllis or entry into 18r~e,.. "lui. v"ulls Ind other confi~ spice,. or In _rry situation where airborn. concentrations rnty I)lCleeI occupational,xpolur. limits. Ventilation: ProvIde adequate gener,land local exhau5t vantilation: 111 to mee1 occu"ationale)epowrelimit:s, 12! to prl... lnt the tor""tlon of e)eplo.iva.tmospheres lind 131 to "rll"'8"t oxygen delicion!.trtlo.pherea specially In confined Iij).CI$. STORAGE Store In clo.ad containers in cool, dry. isolated. wllli vantiiated area awl" from haat, l ourcn of ignition alld incompldbilities. Us. non,p.rklng: toots. Grovnd lines "rut equipment und dutlng" ttensfer 10 rlquci tha poslibility of stltie spark initiated fire Of explolion. Co""I.,.,. mav prelsutfzo if.xposad to heat. I!MP'fY CONTAINERS Empty container's Iik~y contain roxiel. flammable/combustible Qt expl051vt residue elr vai/ofe " D~ not cut. grind. drm. wtld. reuse GI' dlspon containers unl..,s ~.quete precauiiona litleluding repeated fluohing of contaimrs) arc taken tti.1 hazards.,.. TAANSPOATAT10N INCIDENT INFORMATION For further Information utlati~ to spilts resulting from ttan.po".~jon incidents. refer to latest Dopartment 01 Tran,port'!ion Emergency Respon.. Guidebook for Haurdoua M~terials incidents. DOT P DOT ID!NnFICA lion NUMBER G.. oline UN 1203 DOT I-Iazard Clau :l/p.eking Group II OSHA REQUiReD LAlIElINFORMAT10N The following Hazan! wlrnlng should be found on a libel, bw of lading or invoice acc(lftlpa llyir.g this shipment: DANGER! HIGHLY FlAMMASI.E 00 NOT INHALE VAPORS OR FU MES i MAY BE HARMFUL IF ABSORilEO THROuGH SKIN MA.Y CAUSE OIZZINESS AND DROWSINESS HAftMFUL OR FAT"1.. IF SWALLOWED - CA.N ENTER. LUNGS ANO CAUSE DAMAGE USE ONLY AS FUEL ATTENTION. P0551ULE CANCER J..IAZARO CONTAINS BENZENE W~ICH MAY CAUSE CANCER. BASED ON ANIMAL D.4. T A

56 "." J. 1"" _ iw:.:'::' '1~ '~ :;,:..;' "'>''= '- ''';'>:0-... "',' ~";':"". : 3!(f1:j~j:,~~l'i:;.r"!!~J ;-<\=:.;t;1::t-t: "h~;e~. i..,,);$~:.it'=~u;.~~;t ')f, ";~~".~ ci\!~i.~un!,"~nta W:~ J'4~ ', R~.~.~t,IP'~ : ~~.:... c.f.~ :;~,~~~ro:("~.r4~?;'~_~~ _~ ~.~:'~~:ii';:':;..:4~~'.-. ~-r.~~~ EPA. INfORMATfON 'Oft HAZAADOUS CHEMICAL "II'ORTlNQ I!!PA HAZARD CLASSIFICATfON CODE ACute HOlard '" Chronic HI~ard xxx Fire Hazard "'X REPORTABU QUANTITY IRQ), EPA R GULATION.. O CfR 302 ICEACLA Secticm 102) Pr.'$ure HUlrd ReactIVe Huard THRESHOLD PLANNING QUANTITY ITPQt. EPA REQULATlON 40 CFR 3" (SARA SlIIctiotla J TOXIC CHEMICAL RELEAS! RI!!PORTING. EPA REGULAnON 40 efr 372ISARA Seetion 313) COMPONENTS Petroleurn PiltiUllll1 Mb,tufl Benze"e Ethyl Benune Toluene 1,2.4 fllm.thvl Beniene XVI_"o Methyl T."iary Butvl Ether CAS NUMBER S ' S-3 95-fi3-tI CONC NTflATION S9 98'W % O-S" 0-25% % 0-1S% PRECAUT10NS If MATERIAL IS SPILLED Oft fteleased R.pon 'JliUS II required to appropriattilluthorttili. U.S.. Coast Gu~m;! regulations requlro immediate roponlng of spills that could "ac;h any waterwav lnc1udino intermittent dry craek.,. Report spill to COII"t Guard IOU frae number (SOO! In case of.ccident Of road.pin notify Chemtttc (800) , IF MATERIAL IS AElEASEO OR SPillED. ilb.orb on fire retardant treated UWdUSl, diatomaceous earth, etc, Shovel up and dl,pose of at In Ippropriate wllta di.poul fat;ilitv in aa:ordanet with current IIppficabla law5 and regulation" and product charletttl,ties at time of dispori. ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS : Prevent apub trom t nt.ring storm I,WI'" or drair'ls lind contact with loil. WAsn DISPOSAl. M!THODS Olspose thrtm,lgh Hce~ed wlsle disposal company. Follow fed,r,l. state and local regulations. EMPTYW CONTAINER WARNING ~ pressurize. CUt, w,ld, braze.,oid.r, drill. grind, or expoae :Iud'! cont,inera to heat, tlame, aparu, static electricity or oth.r aourc.. of Ignition. The inlofmttion and rkommtndltiona contelnd k.r.ln,re a compilation ot datt provida-d by varloue ~UPpli.1'f and, to the bc.t of AgwlV p.trojeum Cotporarion"lAPCI knowf4tdge.nd ~f, accurate Ind r.uabi,.. of 1M d,.. iuued. APe dotl not W~ of goat.ntee "*" accutacy Of' re4leblllty, and Ale IN' not be lieble for any loti or d.m.~.11i"g out of tht u.' t"-'eot. Th' lnfofmadon'm racomnmmdttlone w, offered for tha u,'s conlideratio" IVld ek.mlnltion, and it Is the u,.,',,espons5bi!1ty to ubfy itieff that IIMV... sulhtl4,.nd complet. 'Of Itt partlcullt un. If buyer repackage, thll product, ',gal coun,.1 Ihould b, contuft.d 10!nautt prope, h.elth. Stlftty,.nd othfl' "ac.llary infofll'lltfon ia Included on the contlliner. Th. invironmtntll Jnformadon Induded unde, s.cuon 1)( hlnlot w.lles the HtllrdOUt Mawri,le Idtntlflcetton Syl1em ("MIS) tand Natlon.. Fft Protection.Aocledort {NFPAl,.tint' he" o..n included by APC In ordw to p.ovid. additlon.1 htlp,nd t.z.rd cl... I"eatioR Information, Th' retlno_ recommended at. baled upon Ih. criteria auppu.d by ttl. developa,. of theu rating 'y,tlm., togethff wkh APC.. IntlfPtlltation of tn,.vaileblrt d.tii Ptql Ii of 5

57 AUG THU 0; :29 P ~ GENT-L KLEEN PRODUCTS FAX NO. l 111e16888 P. 02/02 Mm.dal,Sa,f!y-.O.QllLS.heet Gent-I-kleen Products, Inc.. flj (" 7 GENT-L-KLEEN REGULAR AND PUMICIZED CITRUS LOTION HAND CLEANER ~--~~.-~~~--~ : l~ Section 1.. General InFormati on --...J ManufO<lurcd by: Gent-I kleen Products, In~ Boord Reed Ycrk PA C~~~ 2.. Hazardous Ingl'edients Emero;;;em:y P hon~ Nc.: 1717) OI ~ rcak [ Dole?( Il ~ c red ; Mor~n J, 2002 Hozordoul Componentf~) Di m~lhy r O~c zol id;rl O d limcflgne Sodium H yd(o)(id~ Pumice (0'1 dial) Nonlortc Surfoctant Non ionic Surfactant OSKA PEL,I. ole 2 mg/m3 15 m9/m3,i. 01, ACGHrT... V , 01, IO mg/m3 01. "Ie CAS Number , not available APPLIES TO PUMICI ZED PROOUCT ONLY WHERE AVAILABLE HMiS R.t>, TlNGS: Hoolth- I f!ommcb i ~ty' 2 Reoclivity 0 Qe df~ n 3 - Physical & Chemical Chorod eri, tics Soiling Point 186 d ~.F Mditir.9 Point: N/ A Specif:c Gravity: 1.06 Vcpor Pflmvrc: NIT YOpo!' Density: NIT S olub ~i t y in Woter: Soluble 0 Insoluble 0 Mistoole Reactivity in Wctor: 0 Re<:dive Not Reactive Appearance and Odor: Green lotion...-j,h ci tru~ sc e n~. ----, I Section 4. fire & Explosion Data f l~mmab!" limitl in Flasr,Painl:> la5d~g. F Melhcd Uscd: PMCCT.A.i-by1.V.. 1vtM lel: NiT u t: NIT Auto to;rnition Tamp; NIT Exrlngui:.her N~ dia: C;::rbon dioxide, focnl er dry chemicd. Firo F~ l i ng Procedure.: Treat O~ oil fire, do M! use weier. Unusual f ire and Explosion Ho:z:ard~: None known Section 5. Reactivity Ooto, Physic;al Hazards Stahility: Siablo 0 Unslable Conditions to Avoid: None known Moteriol. 10 Avoid: Strong o)(idizh,o agenu. Hazcrdcos D!.lcomposition Prod1JCh: Nona known Hazardous Polymerization: 0 May Occur Will Not O:cur Condi'iom to Avoid: Non. known MSD511/ Pose 1 of 2

58 .'.UG THU 01 :29 FM GENT-l KlE,H PROD~CTS FAX NO F. 01 / 02 C Section 6 - Health Hazards ACl"le: O'r;.r.ic: Irr:/ction ::ouibr, wiln ex(e~!ivq \,!$e, None known SIY.S & Symptcms of E}(posvr~: N MI foliowinc "crmc! Vl~. Medic:::! Cor.diliors Aoorov')led by E.~po'vre; None known Chcmkd l i~lcd 01 Cotc i~en or Polonfigl Carcinogen: Notiond TQxic::::bgy Pr9'jlon': I.A.R.C.Monographs; 0 Yes No OSHA; 0 'res o Ye, No No Eme rggncy &. First AIel Proceclur.l: WOJ, wilh WOIf:r, flll$h eye~ 15 min:j!~1, cell phy!icicn. ROUTES OF ENTRY: Inhale/iOfl: Not oppli:cb!e under I"IOfmcl Vie cordit;ens. Eye!: FIu~h... i'h water 15 minutes, ~roin medical O'I81"11ien Skin: Non irritating under normal use. "'gellicn: Drink woter 10 dilute. Do nol induce v:)milin,;. ContlJlt prylicion. S. dlon 7 - Special Precaution. & Spill/Leak Procudl,lres Precoul;oOm too be Taken in Hcndling and Storage: St.,re betoow 100 degrees F (38 dc~rl!es a. Stl!PS too bp. Token in Cese Moteriol is RoleoJed or Spt1led: Dike spi:1 OtlC ebsorb with non flammable obsorbent m!lt~riol. Wo~la DilpOJcI: Di5j:X)~o of in eccordol'lct:: "...jth en opplicc;,le Iocoi, ltole end federd resdc!ions. Section 8 - Special Prote ction InFormation/Control Measures Relpirolory Proll)ction: Not required V~ntilc t ioo : Prot!!"ive GlovQ~: Eye P root~ction: Adequolo f()( opplicotion. Not required Avoid contoel with eyc~. O ther Protective Clothing or Equipment: Not requirii'd Work/Hygienic Practices: Uie regvlorly 10 ci",on hand,. Post it- Fax Note 7671 D ~ III",.1./. r;nj/~~~, " 12..; " 011\, ff co 6tfi-. "/ " Ft,crfI'T FII ~ f /. """",~. THE INFORMATION HEREIN IS GIVEN IN GOOD FAITH, BUT NO WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR MSDS 11/ IMPLIED, IS MADE. P,,,,

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63 L'.c.J' MANUFACTURING COMPANY P.O. BOX 2015 ATLANfA. GA Acuily Specialty Products Group I-BUY -ZEP NAPA DEVELOPMENf PO BOX 639 WINDGAP. PA ISSUB OATS: SUPBRSIIDBS: 03f DATE PRINTED: DYNA 143 Producl Number: 0366 Paris Clt1Iuer So lv e ll~. SECTION I-EM E R GEN CY CONT ACTS Rlr Additional hlfomwion call Andl)' ), Products Group I-BUY-ZEP For n Medical Emerlltncy: INFOTRAC (877) Toll Free - All Colis Recorded For II TraIlSilorllllloll": mergenq: CHEMTRBC (SOO) III the Distri ct orcolum Wa: (21)2) i SRC1'ION JI - HAZARDOUS INGREDl F..NI'S DESIGNATIONS LIGHT ALIPHATIC NAPHTHA" solvent naphtha (petro!ewll), medium aliphalics; CAS# ; RTECS# NONE; SUPPLIER SUOGESTEDTLV - IOOppm TLV (PPM) 100 EFlrECTS (SEE NOTICE) IRR CBL..,N PROD. > 90 SECTION III HEALTH HAZARD DATA SPECIAL NOTE: MSDS data pertains to the product as dispensed from theeontaincr. AdvCIse health effects would not be expec[ed Wlder recommended conditions of use (dilu[ed) so long as prescribed safety precautions arc practiced. ArirrE EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE: ( xposure to lhc vapo!'8 from this product may produce mucous membranc irritation, particularly of the eye anu I'espira[ory tract. Overexposure to vapors may also produce mild ccntral nervous system depression characterized by headache, dizziness, nausea, and stupor, leading to unconsciousness in extreme cues. Introduction of solvents, as in aspiration of vomitus fluid, may produce chemical pneumonia. Existing respiratory disorders and lung diseases may be aggravated by inhalation of vapors. CHRONIC EFFBCTS OF OVEREXPOSURE: Skin which is repeatedly derailed by contact wilh this product may be more susceptible to irritation, infection, or dermatitis. None of the hazardous ingrcdients are listed as carcinogens by farc, NTP, &OSHA EST'D PELlTLV: Not es[ablished PRIMARY RO UTES OF ENTRY:!nh, Skin. r,p C HMIS CODES: HEALTH 1; FLAM. 2; REACT. 0; PERS. : PROTECT. B ; CHRONIC HAZ. " NO _ \..Y FIRST AID PROCEDURES: SKIN: Wash contaminated skin lhoroughly with soap or a mild detergent. Apply a skin cream with lanolin. Get medical attention if irrilation persists. EYES: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes, occasionally lifting upper and lower lids. Get medical sllention at once. INHALE: If symptoms occur, move affected person to fresh air. If symptoms persist. get medical.ttention promptly. INGEST: Aspiration hazard - do not induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, keep h~d bdow hip level. Get emergency medical attention immediately. SEC1'ION IV - SPECIAL PROTEC'l'ION INFORMATION PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Wear nitrile gloves or usc gloves with demonstrated resistance [0 the ingredien[s in this product. EYE PROTECTION: Wear tight-fitting splash-proof.ufely glasses especia lly if colllact lenses arc worn. RES PIRATOR Y PROTECTION: When exposure levcls 'exceed PEurL V (likely in confined areas) use an organic vapor respirator. V "'{LA TION: Provide local exhaustfventilation as necded to keep concentration of vapors below exposure la.. (PEurL V). SEC1'ION V - PHYSICAL DATA BOILING POINT (F): 368 INITIAL SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.79 VAPOR PRESSURE(mmHg): < EVAPORATION RATE (BUTYL ACETATS=I): 0.14 VAPOR DENSITY(AIR=I): 5.3 ph(concentrate): N/A

64 Product Number: 03(i/i DYNAI43 MA TERrAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ~:~::~':.,u'j~ "<A VOC CONTENT (CONCBNTRATE): I 00.0% 6.581b/gl " ' ARANCE AND ODOR: A CLBAR, WATBR WHITB UQUID WITH A MILD ODOR <W~~~~WM.~~~ ~ SECTION VI. FIRE AND EX IILOSION DATA..., FLAS H POINT(F) (METHOD USED): 143 (PMCC) FLAMMABLE UMlTS: LBL:,% UEL: 7% EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Carbon dioxide., dry chemical, water fog, foam. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING: Wear self contained positive pres. breathing apparatus. UNUSUAL FIRB HAZARDS: Direct water onto intact containers to prevent bursting. SECTION VII. REACTIVJTY DATA STABILITY: Stable INCOMPATIBULITy(AVOJD): Heal, open flame, spark, and oxidizing agents. POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION: Carbon dioxide., carbon monoxide, alld other Wlidelltified orglllic compounds. Inunediately eliminate all flame, ignition and high heat sources. Absorb spill on inert absorbent material. Pick up and place residue in a clean, D.O.T. specification container for disposal. Wash area thorou&hly with a detergent solution and rinse wen with water. WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD: Liquid wastes are not permitted in landfills. Product is not colwidered a hazardous waste under RCRA. Unusable liquid may be absorbed 011 an inerl absorbent material, ruununed, ~Uld taken to a chemical or industrial landfill. PrelreaUllent may be required before landfilling. Consult Iclcal;itale and federal agencies for proper disposa l in your area. RCRA HAZ WASTE NOS.: N/A SECTION IX S I' ~CI AL PRECAUflONS PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN HANDUNG AND STORING: Combustiblel Store and use away fro m heal, spark.s~ 9J,en name, or any source of ignition. F No Smokiug" signs ac(!oiding to local regulallons for combustible liquids. Kel:p product away from skin and eye.s. Do not breathe spray mists or vapors. Clothing or shoes which become contaminated with substanee should be removed promptly and not reworn Wltil thoroughly cleaned Store tightly closed containcr in a dry area altemps. beto/cen cbgrees F. Keep out of the reach of children. '.'-.. ~... :'. SECTION X REGULATORY INFORMATION DOT PROPER SHIPPING NAME: INDUSTRIAL CLEANERS, LIQUID NOI NOTE: DOT information applies to larger package sizes of affecled products. For some products, DOT may require alternate names and labeling in accordance willi packaging group requirements. Dar HAZARD CLASS: DOT PACKING GROUP: " DOT 1.0. NUMBER: DOT LABELIPLACARD: EPA TSCA CHEMICAL INVENTORY ALL INGREDIENTS ARe LISTED EPA CWA 40CFR PART 117 SUBSTANCE(RQ IN A SINGLE CONTAINER): N/A ".', "

65 NOT I CK Thank you for yourinlcrest in, and we of, NSi products, NSI Chemicals Group. is p:leased 10 be of service 10 you bj,ft'upiying this Matena! Safety Data Sheet for your illes. NSi :micals Group is concerned for your health and safety, NSI..xlucls can be used safely with proper protective equipment and proper handling practices consistent wilh label instructions and ihe MSDS. Before WillA any NSlproducl, be sure to. read the complete label and the Malena! Safety Data Sheel. As a further word of caution, NSI wishes to advise that serious accidents have resulted from the misuse of "emptied" conlaincu. "Empty" containen; relain residue (liquid andlor vapor) and can be dangerous. DO NOT pressurize. cui, weld, braze, solder, drill, grind or exl?ose such containers to. heal, flame, or other sources of ignillon; they may explode or develop harmful vapors and ~sib ly cause injury or death. Clean empty containers by triple rinsing with water or an approp.ri)lte solven!. Empty containers must be sent to a drum rcconwttoncr before reuse. TERMS AND ABBREVIATIONS LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY SECfION SECTION II; HAZARDOUSJNGREDJENTS CAR: carcin~en - A cl}(~mica llisted by the National Toxicology Program (NT,the International Agency for Research on Cancer (larc) or OS A as a definite or possible human cancer causing agent. CAS II: Chemical Abstract Services Registry Number - A UniVWlally accepted numbering system for chemical substances. CBL: Combustible - At temperatures between l00f and 200F!=h~ca! gives off enough va~r to ignite if a source of Igrutton IS present as tesied With a closed cup tester. CNS: CenlIal Nervous System depressant which reduces the activity of the brain and spinal cord.- GOR: Corrosive - Causes irreversible injury to living ttssue (e.g_ bums), DESId~ATIONS : Chemical and common names of hazardous ingredients. EIR: EyeIrritant Onl - Causes reversible reddening and/or illflanunation oj ey_~ u&sues. ' ~ 'POSURB LIMITS: The time weighled average (fwa) airbonle lcentration al which most workers cm be expl?sed.withollt any tjlpected adverse effects. Primary sources include ACGfH T L Vs, a.nd OSHA PELs (IWA, STEL and ceiling limits). ACGIH: American Conference of Goverlffilental Industrial Hygienists. CEIUNG: The concentration that should not be exceeded in!he workplace during any part of the working exposure. OSHA: Occueational Safety and Health Administration PEL: Pcrmisslble Exposure Limit - A set of time weighted avel1ll&e exposure values, established by OSHA, for a '. normal 8-hour day and a 40-hour work week. PPM: Paris per nullion - writ of measure for exposure limits. (S) SKD'Ir: Skin contact with substancecajl contributc to overall exposure. STEL: Short Tenn Bxposure Limit - Maximum concentration for a continuous 15-rrnnnte exposure period. TLV: Threshold Limit Value - A set of time weighted average exposure limits, established by the ACGIH, for a normal 8-hour day ruld a' 40-hour work week. FBL: Flanunable - Alte!upel1lltures luider loop, chemical gives off enourll yapor to ignite if a source of ignition is present as lestea Wltn a closed cnp lester. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS: Chemical substances determined to be polential health or physical hazards based on the criteria established in the OSHA Hazard Comrmmication Standard - 29 CPR HTX: Highly toxic - the probable lethal dose for a 70kg (150 lb.) majl and may be approximated as less than 6 teaspoons (2 tablespoons). IRR: InitaJl! - Causcs reversible effects in living tissucs (e.g. inflammation) - primarily skin and eyes. NIA: Not Applicable - Category is not appropriate for this product. NID: Not Detcrmined _ Insufficient infonnation to make a determination for this i tern. RTECS#: Re~istry oftoxic Effects of Chemical Substa.nces - an unreviewed itsting of published toxicology data on chemical. ~stances. RA: Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act - Section _,3 designates chemicals for possible reporting for the Toxics Release Inventory. SEN: Sensitizer - Causes allergic reaction after repeated exposure. rox: Toxic - The probable lethal dose for a 70 kg (150 lb.) man IS one OWlce (2 tablespoons~ or more., (rev, 1198) SECTION Ill: HEALTH HAZARD DATA AClITB EFFECT: An adverse effect on the human body from a sinde exposure with.sy!llptoms ~eveloping ~lmost inmlediately after exposure or WIthin a relabvely short bme. CHRONIC BFFECT: Adverse effects that are most likely to occur from repcaled exposure over a long period of time. RST D PEurL V: This estimated, time-weighted avel1llge, exposure limit! developed by using a formula providea by lile ACGIH, pertaj.1\s to Illrborne concentrations from the product as a whole. This value should serve as guide for providing safe workplace conditiolls to nearly all workers. HMIS CODES: Hazardous Material Identification System - a I1IItillg 9s[em developed by the National Paint and Coating Association for estimating the hazard potential of a chemical under normal workolace conditions, Tnese risk estimates are indicated by a numerical rating &.vcn in each of three hazard areas (HcalthlPlammabilitylReactiviry) ranging from a low of zero [0 a high of 4. The presence of a wonic hazard is indicated with a yes. Consult HMlS training guides for Personal Protection letter codes which indicate necessary protective cquipment. PRIMARY ROUTS OF ENTRY: The way one or morehawdohs ingredients may enter the body Illld cause a gellcl1iiliz«i-syslcmic or specific-or&,an toxic effect. ING: IngestIon - A primary route of exposure through swallowing of material INH:_hlhahl.uon - A primary rollte of exposure through breathing of vapors. SIGN; A primary route of exposure through contact with the skin. SECTION IV: SIIECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION Where respiratory protection is reconunendcd, use only MSHA Illld NIOSH approved respirators and dust masks. MSHA: Mine Safety and Hca lth Administration NIOSH: National Ill!Itinlte for Otcupational Safety and Health SECTION V: PHYSI CAL DATA EVAPORATION RATS: Refers to the rale of change from the liquid state to the vapor state al ambient temperature aoo pressure in comparison to a given. ubstance (e.g. waler). ph; A value rcprcsenting.!i:r-llddity or alkalinity of all aqu..-:ous solution (Ad.lic ph '" 1; Neutralpl1 = 7; Alkaline ph.: 14 ) VOC CONTENT: The percentage or amount in powlds per gallon of the product that is regulated as a Volatile Organic ~~~u.nd WIder Ule Clean Air Act of 1990 and various Slate Junsdicbons. SOLUBILITY IN WATER: A description of UIC ability of the product to dissolve in water, SECTlONVJI: REACTIVITY DATA HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSrrrON: Breakdown products expected to be produced upon Erodllct decomjlosition by extreme heat or fire. INCOMP ATIB1UTY: Malerial contact by extreme heat and the COnditiOllS to avoid 10 prevent hazardous reactioll!l. POL YMERIZA TION: Indicates the tendency of the produel's molecules to combine,villi themselves in a chemical reaction, releasing excess pressure and heat. STABILITY: Indicates the susceptibility of the produclto spontaneously and dangerously aecompo$e. SECTION VIII; SII I.LL AND DISPOSAL IIROCEDURES RCRA WASTE NOS: RCRA (Resource Conservationlllld RecovclY Act) waste codes (40 CFR 261) applicable to the disposal of spilled or unusable product from the original container. SECTION X: TRANSIIORTATION DATA CWA: Clean Water Act- Federal Law which regulales chemical releases to bodies ofw~!er. RQ: Reponable Quantity - The amolull of the specifi c ingredient that, when spihrolo the ground and can enter a stonn sewer or natural watershed, musi be reported to the National Response Center, and other regula to!)' agencies. TSCA: Toxic Subslanca Control Act - a fedenllaw requiring all commercial chemical subslances 10 appear 011 an inventory maintained by the EPA, DISCLAIMER All sta tements~ technical information and reconunendations contained herem are based on available scientific lests or data which we believc to be reliable. The accuracy and completeness of such data are not warranted or guaranteed. We carmot anticipareall conditions under which this illformation and our products, OJ the products of other manufacturers ill combination with out products. may be used. NSI asswnes no liability or responsibility for IOSII or damage resulting from the improper use or handling of our products, from incompatible product combinations, or from the failure 10 fo!1ow InstrUCtiOns, warnings, and advisories in the: products label and Material Safety Data Sheel,

66 1"l: 9084j517~7 '.,. l-'." ' 01 1!ATERUL SAFETY DATA SHEET ') Section 1: Product &. Company Identification Product Name: SHoo'j) Air BI'ake Conditioner Product ~ umb f r (s): 59A, 598,59D ~ (a nufac t ur:d By: ere Indll'3tries, In c. 88 S Louis Dri ve, Walm in ~ter, PA 1897-' 2~ Ho ur Emergency Information: CHE\-ITREC (2 15) 67 ~ L~CO Section 2: Composition lnformat icn on Ingredients Compon:nt ::\ felhanol CAS ~l..",,!ber ACGIH TLV 200 ppm ash.' PEL 2('0 PP'll " S:ctio:1 3: Hazarcs Identification Emergency Oven'iew Appearance &. OdC'r: CI:ar, light blue liquid. Danger: Flammable. Yapor Hannf"ul. )'1",)" be fa lal or cause b!ir:dness if~\; all o \\"e.i. Put:ntial Hea lth Effects: InhAlat ion: Drows in:ss, Musca an d \ omi ting. Eyes: lrrilation Skin: Burning, itching and r;:dness, Ingestion: Inebriation. headache, nausea, blindn:ss and d-:3th. CnrcinC'genie ity: OSH.\: :\0 Chronic O\'erexposur!: ~fe d i.:al Cond itions Aggra\'3t:d by Expcsure:.._..._... _... _..._..._ S:;:d ion 4: Fi~ t.\.id ~kasun::s rarc': ~A ~A.0 "... ~... Inhalat ion: Rt: :no\': to fres h dir. Give art ifici al r.:spira tion i r n~"e -;$a rr. Flush with large!lmounts of wa t::r fo r. l 5 mi:lut::s. Shin: Remo\'c contaminate.:! clothing an.:! was h are a with S('c: p nnd \~f. t t r. Ingest ion: ('all!i physicin. Induce vom iting..._..._ )

67 fu: Ft~l : ere Industrles, Inc. '~.... ':':, Product ~amt: SlIoollI Air Brake Conditioner Product ~umber (8): 59A, 59H, 59D Section S: Fire Fighting Mea!ures Flashpoint: S4 JF Extinguishing ~Ied ia : Hazardous Combustion Products: Fire fighting l ns!ruction~ : Method: Tee LEI" 60 IF.L 36.l Carbvn dioxide, dry chemical and foa m. Thermal Carbon mcnox-ide Remove coolainen from fire area if pos!>ibl e. t' sc:: se If o:ontnined breathing apparatus for fire tighting. :--"FPA: Hea lth : 3 Flammability: 3 Reactivity: o l-u>ns, Health : 3 Flammability: 3 Reacti\ity: o PPL B.._..._..._..._..._,...,...',.....,...,.,...,',...,..._-,.,..."','.. Section 6:,\ccidt:n 1al Rd ease Measures Spil ltleak Procedures: Area should be \'entil.. ted. AbsNbcnt should be used to pick up ;!XCeH material..l..\1 used li:ld unused product should be di sposed of in accordance with federsl. ~t9te and!oc~! regula1ions. S:ction 7: Handling and Stornge Handling Procedures: Store in a cool, dry area. Section 8: Exposure Controls/Personal Protection Engineering Controls: Adequate 10 pre\'ent accumulation cf \'apol's. Cse mechanical mean~ if nec.:s~ary 10 maintain :en;\s be low the exposure limi ts, If working in a confined splice. follow applicab:.: OSHA r.:gulaticns. Respiratory: l'se ~ I OSH MSHA compliant respiralon or self-conta ined breathing: apparatus above =;.;:posun: limits. Follo\\ OS HA regulations 20) efr I3~. Protectivc Clothing'Equipment. Wear chemicall y prote.;:i\,e glo\'es end ~af~ly gl:lsscs. L'!e n sp!,,,sh apron!lnd bocts if splashing occurs. Section 9:' Physical & Chemical P roperti =~ Physical State: Specific Gra'lty: Freezing Pcint: E\'apor:ltion Rate: ph' Liquid O.792~ "U 2 (butyl aceta!e:.l ) ~:\ \'olati!e Organic Compounds:C'o: S~ ti on 10: Stability and Rencti\llY App::arance & Odor, Boiling Point: \'apor Pr e~sure : \'apor Density (air ""I) Solubil ity: g L: in CI;!M,ligh: blue liquid. 148 OF 127 mmhg g 20T Comr l ~1t: solu~ility in w!l l~ r. Ibs, gll l : 6.6 \ ) Siabili! \,: Swble Hazard;:,us Po l ~mc=rization : :\(1 Chemical Incompatibilities: Materials tc A\'oid: I-I azardvus Decomposit ion Products: Strong oxidizers. Strong oxidizers. :\'01".e

68 ?rodun ;\lame: SlIoo1) Ail' Brake Conditioner Pr()duct ~ umbfr (s): 59A. 59B, 59D Section 11 : Toxicological Infonnaticn Long-:erm toxicological studies ha~'e not been.::ondu::ted for this product. See Section 3 of this \1SDS for acute symptoms of overexposure and ;:arcinogenicity information. SectIOn 12: Eoolcgicallnfonnation Ecutcxicity: Er.vironmental Fate: No data availabh!. No data available for biodegradation. Section 13: Disposal Considerations Disposal: This material if discarded may be hazardous \vnste under U.S. EPA RCR-\ regulati.')ns..-\.11 dispcsal activities must comply with federal, state and local n:gulaticns. Ccntsct ~ our lo.-::al or state cn';ironmentai agency for specific rulei. Do not dump into sewers, on the ground or into any b0dy ofw8ler. Section 14: Trnnsportation lnfonnation 59A - 32 n oz Container Shipping ~ame: Co n~u mer Co~nodity Hazard Class: OR\[ D L -:\: :\umber: ~.-\ Labd ;.!A Aac.ard: :\..\ Special Pro\ isions: >ia Pa.::king Gro~p: 59B -1 ga llon ; gallon drulil Shipping Name: \1et ~.ano l Hazard Class: 3 Label, ~., Special Provisions: );.-\ L -:\ :-\umb: r : 12]0 Pla.:ard: :--:A Packing Grour-: o S:ction 15: Regulatcry Information A.1I corr.ponents are either listed under rsc'a or a~~ exempt. SARA Tille Ill : Section3!13l2: Acute S:ction313*: \felhanol CERCLAJSup,rfund (RQ), ~li",1ure Extremely Hazardous Substances: );0 Califonua Prop 65 : \ 0 * Se~ section 2 for perc;:n!a g~ Section 16: Additional Information Prepared By: Ad&m ~1. Sdiskc:r Date: \ lay (11 Technicallnfonnalion: (800) 521<q68 erc;: 610A This information is accurate to the best ofcre Industries' knowledge or obtained from sour.::s bdic:' ed by ere to be accurate. Before using any product. read all warnings and dire.:tions on t1:l: 1a~1. ) CAS: ppm: Cherr.kal,\t;stH.C\ Ser'>ic~ Parts per J., :i:l:01l ;-':0' _-\PFlicat:l~."\,,~ D~un':1ill~d

69 U\lG. Lf.L liiuuslr1u, lnt. ~. " Product ~.me: S floo \~ Air Brake Conditioner TCC: ;111 Closed Cu? L.Et.: Lower EX?!osj\'e Li mit I;EL: VP?er Explosiyt Lm'jt PPe: Personal Prolecton Equipmtnt Cleveland C)"sd Cep ee c: :\E gil. lbs./gal: RQ TOC: Product :-Vumber (s): 59..\, 59'B, ~9U Not E'tablishee W8nu ptr Liter pcounds ptr gauc':l Report\l ble Qcu.t~... Tag I:!]:eu CUf J

70 :::a :?C : XU;::l ~ S :nc.'i.herlu SAFE TY DATA SH EET ;nil Product,\;1nll' : Siloo i Die.se l Fuel Cond iliolh'!' \\it l1 Anti-Gel Product :'\ um ber (s): 8..\. SB, Sc. 8D, SA ~, i!-2 12, ~ : _... _.._._ ---_.-_._...._..._---_ :':: R'.._- in.iustric". ] II';. SS5 L0las uri\';;;. W,lr.1l1 J1H;;r. P..i !-kur Em;;; r gen.;~ irlform;l:it'n CHE\ITREC... _... -_ S~c t i on ~: CODF0sitio:1 Illfol":lIltil'n on Ingr e d!..:n t~ C'o n:p oner.t P e t~o kum Dislillal ;;; \\- addi,!'. ": P:: t ~o le wn Di still:t[,;.. _.. _--_.-._--_....._ S~c\ion 3: Hazards [d~t1 l i ticn!i on C.\S ' D me R l2-9J ! _ _--_.-._-_... _._ _-_... _-. :\'':-GIH OSH... TL\ PEL \."F.,JCi() ppm C'THFR Ll \ OTS \'F :; -.~!i l ( u pr :n - :- ~ 5 \."!:,J(IU ppm..._..., _._, _-..._...._......_. _._ \ppe<uanc;;; & Ode r: Li ght amb.::. cl ear liquid. Po \;;"!ntia l Hea lth Erfect;;: Inhalation : \ li:h r.m~ :at:.~e brea thing F rob; ~ u:.; \'npo:s Da~ c[ll:.~e r.e a,i.l.; hc;:-:. nj.l.!.~ ~<l l n~-:,~izz I'-:~ ' "< Eyes: Irrit :'ltioll. burni ng SkiIl: Dryn~ss Ingesti on: :--:.-\ Carcinogenicity: OSH -\: :;<0 Chronic On:rc:-.:posur;:: \[edi..: a\ Conditions.-\gg rl\ ~ \ ~d by E:.: pc~ l!r;: : I.ARC: D':!1r.:"lti,is. :--:.\ \,""12: S~ eti on 4: First Aid \ b~s ur es lahllntion: F\;:s: Skin: Ill go;:sti on: Flush wi lh larg l;;.lmoun l..., 0f \\ :1I-;:r for 15 minuks. R..: mov:;: contamill!lt o;:.i clothing and \\a ~h an:a wi lh st'ap 1I!1<\ \\:ll.: r Call a physician. Do nol indue;: \ omi ting. Section 5: Fire-F ighling ' Ieasures Pag~ I of -'

71 f::11 :?( :::Cu.::tes :,1( '.,., Prod ucl "\;JOl <': Sil oo 1 Di(':1('1 Fut l ("ond;liontr ";Ih..\nlj (;el Pnxlucl."umber(s) 8A. 88. Se. m" ~.-\.1, 7~ :: 1 ::.7~! u, ~ ~ : I".,~ :! 15 ri:lshp0inr IJ"j F \kth0d: ret: ltl E:\tinguisni:l~ \b'ii:l: ':"C,:. (0:101 :lr.j Jr~ ' ~h r,!tr: t o.::ll H:lz. :t rdv~s Combust ion P~ ~' Jl. ~I ~: CC. CO: (fin:: F l,e" li ghti:lg [ns~ru.: t rer.:> R~mv':e ':vn t3i:l ~ r; t'rc m :in:.l r~:l :1' ;x'~l:ll! :--'T?,"\ ",lis: rk" ith He /1 1th, b r ~ :1l hi:1g app:lr3tl.s Cu r lir! (I!!h(in~. F l:tm.m:} ':Ji li (\ : Flamm :1 bi:it y: R.:.l~: i\ It,\ R.:.I~:i\ il\" \ 1' I.l:.L P"l Spill Le.\.'< Procedure:>..-\fell should be \"entilatcd..-\csorbent should be I:s::d Ie pi.:k uf ~:\.:e~5 m:t:::n.1\.'\'.1 used and unused product should be di sposed of in acc ord,iii"::: \\ilh f,:c::r:l1. stfll': :In,~!O~. l! r ::~ul :tti ": l :- Seo.:tion 7: H.mdling,me Stvrng:: Handling Pro.::dures: Slor.: in II coo l. dry are[1, S:c t io~ 8: E:.;pcsure Cvnlrols Pe rsonai Protedivn Engineering Contre-Is: Adequlllc to prcvc nt accu:t1u lalicn of... opon. esc: mechanical mean ~ if oc ::::s)ar ~" tv maintain leve ls beloi\ ;h~ e:-'llcsure limits. If working In a ~onfi l1ed space, foholi applicable OSHA regu ~: I I ;.: n i. R:!spirator): :.."5e XIOSH \ ISHA compliant respi ral o r ~ cr ~e [f-ccnt3ir:cd breath i!ig: :lpp!lr Jtll, :.tb.)\ e e:\poiu:~ limi ts. Follow OS HA regu lations 29 CFR Prot :::cli ve Clothing Equipment Wear chemicfl!l ~' p~ v t!~i:\'e gk)\'e; and s?j~i~ gi!lhe; L ~:!!l ~p!:t~h :lpojl.ln~~ boots if splashing o.:::urs. Section 9: P h y~icd l & ':-hclr:ir.::ri Propatie~ Ph~'5 i ~!l1 Slate: Specific Grmity: Fre:!zing Point: bapofal ion Rat.:: ph : Liquid ~'O :\A XA.l.ppearance & Ocor Boi iiolg Point: "Ilper Pressure. ' "apor Densi t), (air :0 1) Solubility: Li ght an:be ~" d!!l:' hqud ;:1) \'0 ;:D :\cgligibk in \... at..'~. Dissoh'"es:n mos t 0rgnr.lc sohqts, \'o!nti le Organic Compounds: o.: 87 ~ L: i48 lb ~. g.ll : 6. ~' Section 10: Stabi lity lind Reac tivity Stnbi lity: Chemicai lncompat ibil it ic$: i\ Interiah to Avoid: Hazardous Decomposit ion Products: Slabi::: H.'lZa:dous p(ll~me r iza t ion, :"0 Strong oxidizers. Sirong oxidizers, 1\one S:o.;tion II : Toxico logicallnfonnation Pag~ 2 of3

72 tell) Lf.L. :t'.:.ih_. \.~.,~ -.,. Prod uct :'\<1111<' S il oo ~ Die~el Fuel Lond iliollel' \\- ith Anti Gel Prod uct.'\um b... r IS): ':IA. 88. Sc. SD. IlA ~. 7!= 2 C."";s:nJ. is: 14. 7!l 21~ Lc ng -term IO~ lccl og i..:a l ~ ( ud l ~ have ;'Iut been.:ondu..:ted [ur thi~ pro,luct. ~<~ :"\<..:: :,,11 :-.:of h: \1~1~:j I ~' r.i ~ Jt.:.:i)" rr:pt u1l1s )f v\en:xpv..;u-:: :1:lJ ': :lr:: i n": S l; n i":l l ~ inlvr.n.1t ic n. S.:c ti0n 12: Eco l..;ogica! [ n.r~'!"' ll ; l l i..: n E... ~ H..,j... it:, :,~. -...I;Il:1.1,.lil.d..>l; Er.. i r cr: n ~:: nt al ~ at! : :'\c j a(j J;' ai:abh: k r ":>1.:' J<;!r;lJ.I:I~' I:' Disposa l: This materia l it" discarded may be h ;l. 7. ;J.r dc u..~ \\.H:e under L.5. r:p.~ RCR..l. r ~ gu!.l!i 0r.~. A!. Ji,~~.l! :lcl i\ ill e3 must ~ om p l;: \\ith feder:l l. state.!lnd loeal r c: g ul:1 l icn~. Ccnt:lcl ~N.:r \...::\1 or sl,lt< ::n.:run.;n;::i:a! agency for spe;: ific rul ::5 Do not dump into )ewers. on the grounc ('f in:o an:. bu..!~ of wa:;:r. ~e c l ion 1.4: Tr:.lIlsportlllivn infonnat icn Shipping ;\",lm! :'\01 R.:~u l :l l ;a l Hazard Class: >-:.-\ l"", ;-';umber >'.. ~ Labe l: :'\.-\ FI ],;,trd:.\.~ Sr::eciRi Prvvi;ion>: ~ec t ion 15: Regul atory Informnl ion TSCA All corr,pon:::nt.i ar;: eit!1;:r l ist~.:illnder rs:'.'\' yr ar..: ex e:":lp:. S.-\.R.-\ Tirk Ill : $e~li('j n :: ;-.::\ Sec t i on 3i:~ : ;-':.-\ CERCL.\ S' p,rtund (RQ), :\.~ Ex tremely HazardclUs $\;b5iar..:e.: Californ ia Prop 65. \:0 Thi.i product con!air.s ;:h;:mi.:ai, k:"i0\, n :v the St3lz v: California to cac~e em'.ee r. birth ~~ ;: f:ct.>.in.;! Jt:1er reproeucti\e harm., S..:~ sedion 2 for per:.:ent,lgc._-_..._... _...---_._ _ _.._ _.. _- _. _-- _._ _.._.--..._ _._._. S::ction 16: Addltiona l iniormation Prepar.:d By:.-\dam :-"1. Selisker Da t ~. \ I:!rch 1-k : ll('! Tedulicallnfornlation: (800) 521-) 168 CRC., 63 7) This ;nformation is accurate to the best of ere Induitrid knowh:dg:: or C"bta ined Ii om 50'J r~e s b:!j ;: \ :j b~ CRC' to be a"curate. Before using any product. r.=a cl ait warnings a:ld dir':"l ioni on the b bel. CA, pp.:!: T".C. LEL. I,EL r>?e: cac: Chen:!~aJ.~!;slI 2.ct S ( f\1~( P,u t; f(r ~~l~b~n ";'og C1C'5eJ Cu? Lower E.'I:?1os'...: Llnul U?P ~ ~ Explosi i( LiIT"J: P(fsonal I'rol(cnon Equ ipm( Ilt CJ.:velalld Close:! Cup ;".\. :-:0 :-:E gl lbs g.,1 RQ '\.': APl=liC;l1;I(" ;';\11 D("((rr:li.!l.:d ;':01 Emblid.("c '!!T.l.;1U ptl ~ ' I("r p.. und.,; P("I 611].:0:1 R~ f o.'"able (:L~.r.l: t:.. Pag~3 01"3

73 , Prllln"l1g dille 011' 1,200/ Material Safetv Data Sheet ace. to ISOItJ{S I IOU Rt!Vit!lO"ed (.In 1)),.'<) -' 0011 Product details Trad~ name: DRY FlBt LCBRICA.'t7 Product code: CYOOI UBJ6.'1.\tanufacturer/SuPI!Jkr: SEYl(OlJR OF SYC. UfO/?E 917 Crosby Al"enut' Sycamore, ll /01 In/ormation d~rtmen t: fll!lifth & Safety Depanmt'1lI Emergency in ormation: CHEMTREC J9U For medical emergencies. call the Rocky Mountain Poison Center J-8~"58 59N or / ) Rat,llrd description: rvll"jll '"ita," ~ L.'l'tJ Extremely}lammable Information pertaining to particular dangers for mun Qnd t!ll~j,onllle"t: EXtremely flammable. Irritatin~ to eyes. Pressurized container: protect from sunlight and do no/ expose to (f!liiperalllres e:r:cel!tling jo~c. i.e. electric lights. Do not pierce or bum. even afler lise. Contains 96.9 mrus percellt inflammable materials. Keep out of the reacn of children. Classification system: The c7assijication was made according to the latest el/irion.'i of inlernational subst.rncl!s fisls. alld expanded upon from company and literature d(l/a. NFPA ratings (scale 0 4) ~ Health IIMIS.ratings (scale 0.4) : I Fire '" Reactivity '" 3 HEM.TII [!] Health - I ARE ) Fire - 3 rreactmty:::===~3 Reactivity.. 3 After Inludatian: Supply ~h air; consult doctor in case of complaints. Aller sltln contact: Generally the product does flot irritate the skin. Afte,. eye contact: [(Irue opened eye fo,. several minutes IInder running water. If symplol1ls persist. COIISU/t a doctor. (Contd. Of! page 2} ~

74 Printing date 01 II I ~ OV I Trude name: DRY FflM LUBRICANT Material Safetv Data S heet a,'c. to [SOI1JtS /IOU After swallowing: If symptoms persist consult doc/or. ICu nij. o ( p J ~ e \1 5 f;, (' i II,ill" II/t'I/\/11 /'\ Suitable extinguishing tl~na: C02, sand, e:ctinguishing po... der. Do not use Imter. For safety retlsons UJlsllitllble extinguishing agents: Waler Water wilhfolljet Pro~dive equipment: No special measures required.,. It (ic/('lita/ldn/\(' IIIt'I/'1il t" Pnsot,.,'dald safety pt«iiulions: ~ear protective equipment. Ketp unprotected persons QI\'ay. MellSura for ellnl'tlllntetllili protection: Do not allow product to reach sewage!),stem or any v.'ater COIlrSf'. Inform respective authorities in case oj seepage into warer CO!/TSC or sewage system, Do not allow to enter sewers! surface or ground water. Measures for clmn;nncl!ii«ting: Ensure acfequate vent/7ation. Do not flusli with water or aqueous cleansing agents., /luli/lfill ' tlli// '(/I/,II!:(' liandling: - Information for saf e handling: Open and handle receptacle y,:ith care. Information about protectwn agij'-nst e.xplos'-ons andflres: Keep ignition sources away -ljij not smoke. Protect against electrostatic chal},'" Pressurized container: protect m sunlight and do nol exposit to tempermures exceeding 50 C, i.e. electn c lights. Do not pierce or rn, even afler use. Do not spray on a nalied /lame or any incandescent material. Storaqe: ReqUirements to be met by storerooms mid receptacles: Store in a cool location. Observe opicial regulations on.itoring packagings with I!.ressuri:ed containers. [nformatlon about storage in one common storage facility: Not required. Further '-nformation about storage conditions: Keep receptacle tightly sealed. Do nol gar tight seal receptacle. Store in cooe dry conditions in well sealed receptacles. Protectfrom heat and direct sunlight. Class according to regulation on ]1ammable liquids: Void 8/..\ IlI'lIl'(' (/111(/"(1/\ IIIItI 1('1 \OIud JI OI('(tillll A dditional in ormlllion"ljbout desi no technical tents: No urther data; see item 7. Com onents with lim'-t ""lues that re uire monitorin at the work lace: acetone ACGIH TLf! Short-term YO/ue: 1782 mglmj, 750 ppm Long-term value: 1188 mglm J, 500 ppm BEr NIOSH REL J90mg/m~ 2JO ppm OSHA PEL 2400 m m J, ro one ACGIHTLV 4J08mglml, 2JOOppm r!s%hprfll 1~gg:8I!ni :~ppm an-2-o1 ACGlHTLV Short-term value: (1230) mlllm J, (JOO) ppm Lon.z-term value: (983) mg~~ (400) ppm NIG, A4 NlOSH REL Short-term value: 122J mglm', J()() ppm Long-term value: 980 mglmj, 400 ppm OSHA PEL 980 m m' 400 m m (e olltd. 011 page J) "" d,';;.!!, II

75 .., Printing Jo.tt' OIIII,JVtJI Trade nanw DRY FILM LL"BRICA.VT Material Suretv Data Sheet acc. to ISolblS /IOU J butane.kgih nv J 900mglm ~. BOO ppm NfOSH REL 1900 m Im'.800 m IJJO-)(J..7 k~ mi.'c ACGIH TLY Shorf.leml value: 651 mglm', 150 ppm Long-term ~YJ/lle: 41-1 mglm', 100 ppm BEl IV/OSH REL Shon-tenll value: 655 mglm', 150 ppm Long-term value: 435 mglm J /00 ppm (0-. m, & o-isomers) OSHA PEL 435 m m~ 100 m eth 'benzlne ACGrH TLY Short-term value: 543 mg/m', 125 ppm Long-term voille: 434 mg/mj, 100 ppm Nle-A); BEl NfOSH REi ShorHerm value: 545 mglm',.f 25 ppm Long.tenn value: 435 mglm J, 100 ppm OSHA PEL 435 m m J, 100 m Additional in/ormation: The lists that were valid during tlte cr eluloil "-ere used as lxisis. Personal protective equipment: Genertll prote~ and ".fgienic measures: Keep away fromjoodsluj.js. beverages and feed. ImmediatelY remove all soiled ondeontammate(1 clothing. Was" hands before br.eaks and at the end of work. AW)id contact with,he eyes. Avoid contact with the eyes and skin.. Breathing equipment: Use sllitable respiratory protecti\'e de\'ict! in e(ls/! of insujjiciefll Yeiltiltllivil. Protection olhands: (t PM''''';" glom Eye protection: Tightly sealed goggles Form: Color: Odor: Change in condition Merting point/melting rollge: Undetermined, Bailin ointiboilin ran e: 44 C 47 F Aerosol According to product specificd/ion Characteristic 1, ninon tem rature: "C 689"F A uto i ninn : Product is not sel I nitin Danger of exp/osion: Pressurized container: protect from sunlight and do not e.fpose to temperatures exceeding 50 C. i.e. electric!ignts. Do nor pierce or burn. even a er use. Explosion limits: Lower: (!J er: 1.7Val% 13.0 Vol % Y4 or ressure at 20"C 68"F : hpa Dens; : Not determined. (Conld. on p~gc 4) '"

76 Pnllfing lim!! 01, II :VVI Trudo! name: DRY FlU/ U 'BR/C t'\t Material Saferv Data Sheet acc. to,so!t){s 110/.1 So/ubjlily in /.Uiscibi/it)'... i'll Waler: Solvtnl conunt: Orxanic svlvenb'; $tjlids contenl: 96.9 % 3.0% /0 Sfflhilio 1/11//1 ('/Il,iI';/1 1MrmaJ d«omposition / conditions to be avoirkd: No decomposition if used according to specifications. [)Qngerous ullctions No dangerous reactions brown. Dangerous products of decomposition: No dangerous decomposition products known. II TII,\ h 010 >intl;1i tlfllwlhm Acute toxicity: Pn'mJlry init4nl effect: on the skin: No imtant_dfect. on the eye: Irritating e11.er;t. Sensill'ZIltion: No sensllizin~ effects known. Additional toxicojogictu in ormation:.. The product shows thefa lowing dangers according to i"term/lly approved calclilatioll merhods for preparations: 7m tant. 111:( olm.:h III ill liili/tii;oil General notes: Water hazard class I (Self-assessment): slightlyhazardo Zls for water Do not allow tlndiluted product or large quantities of it to reach ground water, waler COllrse or sewage system. DISPOSAL METHOD: Dispose of in accordance with local, slate, and f ederal regulations. Do noi puncture, incinerate, or compact. ""Empty containers must be handled with care dlle to proorlc! resit/rle. Do not heal or cut empty containers wilh electric or gas torches. Product: Recommendation: Must not be disposed of together... ith household garbage. Do not allow product to reach sewage system. Uncleaned packaginl;s: Recommen"dalion: DISposal must be made according to official regulations. 14 Tn",\ 1(11"1 ill tlr/lwtit", DOT regulations: ~ HOTjlrd class: CONSUMER COMMODfIT ORM-D N\A IdentiFICation number: pqckmg group: Pro r slii m nqme technical name : Consumer commodi (Conld. 011 p3ge 5) US,I

77 Pnnul1g Jate 01 / I. :001 Trade "lime: DRY F/L.\( LlBRICt'T.Uaterial Safety Dala Sluet /la. to 15011J /.1 L""d transpurt ldr: R1D (auxs-b.ml<!r): ADRlRJD class: Item: Daflf:er code (Kemler): UN-Number:. Deser; don 0 odds:.1_,,," '! Gasc.{ i F "'IDC Class: 1 Page: 110~ lin Number: 1950 Packaging group: /I EMS Number: 1 1 J MFAG: 620 Marine poilu/ant: /9jU /<JjO A,m;so'" Pro er shi in name: Aerosol Prot/rlCI fin lillli/ed liantilies) Air transport I e/io-t! TA-DCR:,1::> ~/ I CAOffATA ClIlSS: UN/lD Number: Packllging IrD.up: Pro er 511/ m name: No 2. J 1950 Aerosols. ommable S.,. Sedion 355 ejctrem el hatllrdou5 substances : NOlie 0 the in redle'" is listed. Sedion 313 S. eci fc toxic chemical listi" s : propan-z-o! xylene (mix) elh lbenzene TSCA oxic Substances Control A ct.' / acetone propane propan-2-oj butane J xylene (mix) /00-4/-4 eth lbenzene Pro sitioll 6S Chemicals hown to cause cancer: None 0 the in edients is listed. Chemicals hdhin to c(jus~ re. roducti~e toxicit : None 0 the In edients is listed. Product relaid hatjut/ informations: The product has been classified and marked in accordance with directives on hazardous materials. J/ur,Ard symbols: Irritunt Extremely flammable Risk phnues: Extremel., flammable.

78 Pnnnl1gJ<ltt'Of If.:VVI TraJ.: /lumt!: DRY FlUI LCBRIC4ST Material Safety Data Sheet ace. to 15011)15 /10/.1 Safety phrast!s: KI!t!p ow ollh.: reudl o/c/rut/ren. Do 110t empty info drains. dispose,,/fnl,; m,ii,'r:.:! <1'1.1 :!:i,'''":i1:/!,-'.1i ::.::.Ir'..""I;,,,. 'r'-... \'. t"fjfleclion point /fs\\"allo\\"ed, seek medical ad~'h'e immejiult'(1 <In,1 ;I!,)I!' 1/11." c'oi!i<;m,'/"or /,:/y/ CSt' only in welf-.'entilated arl!(/s. Spedllilaheling of certain preparations: Pressuri;;ed con/ainer: pro/eel {rom slinliglrt <111<1 d" 1101 <,.If'OS" to 1<' l/ip<!"'i1ii" < '~ c1:l,,-,.. dil1"; 51l 'c. i.,' electric liglrts. Do 1101 pierce or bum. even after f<st!. Contains 96.9 mass percelll inflammable materials. Keep out of the n'acn of children. {Iiationai regulations: C/assijkalion according /0 ~bf: Void Technical instructiqns (air):. Gass S/rare ill % I 1/1 /I 5,0_ 91.Y Water hazllrd class: Water hazard class I (Set/assessment): slightly hazardous for water. ;~:,' 16 Otha;1I IImUllioll Thjs informarion is based on our present!mowledge. HO... 'ever. this shall not constitute a guarantee for any specific productfea/ures and shall not" establish a legally valid c.ontractllal relationship. L -'C:o:n:t:o:ct:'CC:'Ca:'.gcS:':'",WI~o:,:d' _ l"soi

79 10019 LlQllID GASKET A MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET LIQUID GASKET - A (Yl CHEMICAL PROOUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION TRADE NAME : LIQUID GASKET A PART No.: CatcfJlillar pan numb.:rs: 9U UN/NA (PIN) No. : APPLI CATIONS: UNI090 Gaskct Sealcr. EMERGENCY TELEPHONE: Rocky MowlIain Poison Ccntcr Den\cr. Coloradu (800) U.S. and Canada. (303) Outside U.S. SUPPLIER: TELEPHONE: FAX: Chcmtool Incorp0r3It.:-d 8200 Ridgcficld Road P.O. Bol[ 538 Crystal lake, IL (815) (815) COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS INGREDIENT NAME: ACETONE IRON OXlDE (Fe203) CAS No.: CONTENTS: EPA RQ: /0 S 000 Ibs 1-5% NA TPQ: NlA N':\ COMPOSITION COMMENTS : Refer to section eight for el[posun! limits on :ngrcdicnts_ Chemical ingredients not regulated by OSHA or SARA are Irt-ated CQfIfidclllially. 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION flammable. Irritating to eyes and skin. 1 lannful ir S\\'3llowcd. CHRONIC EFFECTS: SENSITIZATION : No known inr()1tl13tion. CARCINOGENICITY: Product contains: EPA-D listed $ubstaoce(s): ACl!tonc. CAS ~ ".4. EPA-D designation: Not classifiable as to human c:m:inogcnicity. REPRODUCTlONfTERATOGENICITY : No known inf()1tl13tion. HEALTH WARNINGS: INHALATION. The solvclli vapors are harmful and... ill cause headache. nausia and Intol[ication. I'mlonb.ro inhalation orlargc concentrations can damagc the respiratory system. SKIN COf\'TACT. Irritating. Rcpc:!ted or prolongcd oontxt can result in drying ofthc skin. The produnlchc:mical has a defattini: dft,<:t on tile skin. EYE CONTACT. Strongly irritating. INGESTION. Can cause stomach ache and vomiting. 1 6

80 LlQUIUGASKET_A ROUTE OF ENTRY: Inhalation. Ingestion. Skin and/or eye ~On!.JC!. Skin ~~i<ln. 4. FIRST AID MEASURES INHALATION: INGESTION: SKIN: EYES: RCTlIO\"C victim immediately rrom source of Cl(pClSWl:. When breathing is difficult, properly Imined personnel /l'i3y assist affected person by administering 100% oxygcn.lfbfcalhing stops, provide artificial respir.uion. Gel rntdicalanention. DO NOT induce vomiting. Gel medical :l!t~n rion inul1cdiltcly. Never give anything by mouth to an WlConscious person. Remove tontamin;ncd clothing. Wash skin thwoughly with soap and water, Get medical 3l1cntion if imtltion persists aner \\'a$hing.. Imponant! Inunooi3tcly rinse y,ith water for 3t h:j.5i 15 mimlll"s. GCI mnicli ancnlion If J./I) dil'cofnfcllt OOI1rinllC'5. 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT (-F): FLAMMABILfTY LIMIT. LOWER(%): FlAMMABIUTY LIMIT UPPER(-!.):., 2,2 1).0 METHOD: Tee (Tag close.:! cup)., wllh( EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Camon dioxide (C02). Dry chcmic3ls. sand. dolomite etc. Alcohol resistant foam. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES; Use water to keep fire exposed containers cool and disperse vapors. Watcr spray may be used to flush spills away mm exposures and dilute spills to non-flammable mixtures. Avoid water in slr..light hose stream; will seaner and spread fire Keep run-offwater out of scwcf'j and water soun:cs. Dike (0( water control. Use special protecti\ c tlothin!!. Regular protection may not be safe. Pre\ ent inhalation offumes and gases. UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS; Volume and pressure increases strongly when heated. Risk of tontaincr explosion in tire. HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: Atrid smoke/fumcs. Oxides of: Camon. Nitrogen. Sulfur. Hydrogen chloride (lici). Hydrogen cyanide (He!'>"). PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN CASE OF FIRE: Self<Onlained breathing equipment and chemical resistant clothing rccoltijtk:nded 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: Minimize skin contact Avoid breathing vapors: wear appropriate respir.uor. Remove SOUIttS ('fignition. PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT: Keep product OUt of sewers and W3teI"CO\.Il"5(:S by diking or irtpotmding. Advise authorities ifproduct has entered or may enter se~rs. watercourses Of extensive land areas. Assure conformity v.ith applic:abk govemment regulations. SPILL CLEAN UP PROCEDURES: Carefully collect spilled m:lieriai in closed containers and leave for disposal according. to 1oc:1l regubtions. PrOlide good \'CT\tilarion. Use appropriate prouxth"e clothing. Rinse area ""th water. Do not let washing dc>wn w,uercootaminalc pood.~ or w3lerwa ys.

81 IOO19- U UlDOASKET.A 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABIUTY: NOTll1.l11y stable. CONDmONS TO AVOID: Avoid hc::ll. flames and oth.:r sourc.:s of ignuion. "I old.:ont:w II Ith,,:odi/,:rs <If n.-dtleing ag.:nl<. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: win not poiymcrill:. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Chides of: Carbon. NitTOgCTl. Sulfur. Hydrog.:n chlorick (IICI). IlydlOg<!n cyanide (l ien). 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION TOXICOLOGICAL IN FORMATION: No c1:perimcnralloxilogical dall on the pr-.:par.lllon as such i~ JI-ailabie. 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION EC OLOGI CAL INFORMATION: No data on possible clli"ironmental dtcrts hal e lx-cn found. BIOACCUMULATlON: N OI determined BIODEGRADABILITY: NOt determined ACUTE AQUATIC TOXICITY: Not determined 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS DI SPOSAL METHODS: Dispose orin acwrdance with Local Authority requirements. COftfirm disposal procedures,11th er.1 lron.mental C"n~lIlecr and local regulations. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION LABEL FOR CONVEYANCE: PROPER SHIPPING DESCRIPTION I: PRODUCT RQ : Acetone 5,882 round ~ due I I;'.'\ CETO~E.,,

82 IOO I9 - LI UIDGASKET A U.S. DOT: UN/NANo.: U.S. DOT HAZARD LABEL: U.S. DOT CLASS: U.S. DOT PACKING GROUP: INFORMATION ON ROAD TRANSPORT: UNI090 FLAMMABLE (R.:d diamond) 00T9 Flammable liquid " limited Qu.'nti~ (ltd QTY) if less t/un I LilC'r per Container. SEA TRANSPORT: UN No. SEA: IMDGCLASS: IMoo PACK GR: EmS No.: MFAG TABLE No.: MARINE POLLUTANT: INFORMATION ON SEA TRANSPORT: AIR TRANSPORT: UN No., AIR: ICAOCLASS: AIR PACK GR: INFORMATION ON AIR TRANSPORT: UNI090 3 II N,. Acetone UNlOQO 3 Acetone " 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION REGULATORY STATUS OF INGREDIENTS: NAME: CAS No: TSCA: CERCLA: SARA 302: SARA 31 3: DSL(CAN): ACETONE Yes Yes NtA No y" IRON OXJOE (Fe203) Yes N/A NiA N,A Yo. US FEDERAl. REGULATIONS: REGULATORY STATUS: This Product or its components, if a mixture~ is su bjl~t to following regulations (Not mean! 10 be all inclu.;i\"e selected regulations represented): TSCA: The ingredients of this product are on the TSCA m\ ajtory. SARA 31 I Categories: I: Immediate (Acule) Health Effects. 3. Fire 1 lazard. SECTION 313: This producl contains toxic- ehemic"a1 subject to lhe reponing requirements ofsc:crion 313 of Title III of the Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 40 CFR Pan 372. ACETONE, CAS# I, """ STATE REGULATIONS: STATE REGULATORY STATUS: This product or its components, if a mixture, ;s subject to following regulations (Not meant to be all inclusivc selected rcgulations represented):. PROPOSITION 65: lltis product contains the following ehcmical(s) considered by the State of Cali fomi a's Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 19S6l!s causing eanccr or reproduc tive toxicity, and for which warnings arc now required: Benzene, CAS;: <I OOppm CANADIAN REGULATIONS: LABELS FOR SUPPLY: REGULATORY STATUS: This MlIIcrial Sare~' Data Sheet has been prcran.-d 10 compilance " i!h the Controlcd ProdUCt Rcgubtion.~. 16_ OTHER INFORMATION,,

83 10019 Ll DGASKET A NFPA HAZARD RATING: HEALTH: FLAMMASIUTY: REACTMTY: SPECIAL HAZARD: NPCA HMIS HEALTH: PERS. PROTECT. INDEX: PREPARED BY: Imlation. minor re::.idual injury ( I) Ignites C3Sily (3). N/A (0). N!r\ I Slight Haz.3rd " H':;lthcr llolich DATE: July 22, ~OO2 DISCLAIMER: While the information and recotfutlcnj:it;ons:set fonhh.:rcin ~'" b.:1kh"<l to be...,urjl~.is ofth(..lte ~~~r""f. ChC"tnlooi hlcotfo.."'"ji,-.j m.ol.~ re!pcct thercto and dise13ijn~ aliliabtltt) from rdijl1c(" lhc",;n. "" "~IT,I r.ry "nil,,

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86 ANTI-SEIZE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET ANTI-SEIZE 1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION TRADE NAME: ANTI-SEIZE PART No.: 5P-3931 UNINA (PIN) No.: APPLICATIONS: EMERGENCY TELEPHONE: SUPP LIER: TELEPHONE: FAX: NIA Lubrieallng Grease Rocky Mountain Poison Center Denver, Colorado (800) U.S. and Canad3. (303) Outside U.S. Chemtool Incorpora ted 8200 Ridgefield Rood P.O. Box 538 Crystal Lake, IL (8 15) (8 15) COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS INGREDIENT NAME: CAS No.: CALCIUM HYDROXIDE (C8(0I-l)2) DISTILLATES, PETROLEUM, HYDROTREATED HEAV Y PARAFFI NIC DISTILLJl.TES, PETROLEUM, SEVERELY HYDROTREATED HEAVY NA PHTI IENIC NITROUS ACID, SODIUM SALT COPPER GRAPHITE CONTENTS : 5-10% 30-50% 10-30% 1-5% 10-30% % EPARQ: NIA NIA NIA 100 Ibs 5000 Ibs NIA TPQ: NIA NIA NIA NIA NIA NIA ---- COMPOSITION COMMENTS: Refer to section eight for exposure limi ts on ingredients. Chemical ingredients not regulated by OSI IA or SARA are treated confidentia lly. 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Exposure to vapors generated al high temperatures, may cause respiratory irritation. CHRONIC EFFECTS: SENSITIZATION: No known information. CARCINOGENICITY: IAR C: Not listed. OSHA: Not regulated. NTP: Not listed. REPRODUCTIONfTERATOGENICITY: No known information. 115

87 10033 ANTI-S ElZE. HEALTH WARNINGS: GENERAL HEALTH I-IAZARDS. Due to the amount and the composition, the health h a~.ard is regarded as small. SKIN CONTACT. Slightly irritating. EYE CONTACT. Irritating. INGESTION. Can cause discomfort. ROUTE OF ENTRY; Inhalation. Skin and/or cye contact. Ingestion. 4. FIRST AID MEASURES INHALATION: INGESTION : SKIN: EYES; Vapor inhalation undcr ambient conditions is nom13lly not a problem. If overcome by vapor of hoc product, immediately remove from somcc of exposure. Move the exposed person to fresh air II once. For breathing difficulties oxygen nlay be necessary. Get medical attention ifany discomfort conti nues. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITI NG! Get medical attention immediately! Remove contaminated clothing. Wash sk in thoroughly wi th soap and WIIter. Get medical atlention if any discomfort continues. Rinse the eye with water immediately. Continue to rinse for at lenst ]5 minutes. Get medical a1tention ifany discomfort C011linues. 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT (OF): FLAMMABILITY LIMIT LOWER( t.): FLAMMABILITY LIMIT - UPPER(%): 399 NID NID METHOD: Cd OC (Cleveland open cup). EXTINGUISHING MEOlA: Use: Foam. Carbon dioxide (CO2). Dry chemicals, sand, dolomite etc. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Use water to keep fire e)(poscd containers cool and disperse vapors. Water spray may be used to flush spills away from exposures and dilute spills to non-flammable mixtures. Keep run-ofrwater out or sewers and water sources. Dike for water control. HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: Acrid smoke/fumes. O~ i dcs of: Carbon. PROTECTIVE MEASURES IN CASE OF FIRE: Self-contained breathing equipment and chemical resistant clot hing ~omm ended. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS: Minimil-c skin oontilct. Remove sources of ignition. PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT: Keep product out of sewers and watercourses by diking or impounding. Advise: authorities ifproduct has enfered or may enter sewers, watercourses or e)(tcnsive land areas. Assure oonromlily with applicable govcrnmcnt regulation s. SPILL CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES: Carefully collect spilled material in closed containers and leave for disposal according to local regulations. Provide good ventilation. Usc appropriate protective clothi ng. Rinse: area with water. Do not let washing down water contaminate ponds or waterways. 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE '15

88 ANTI-SEIZE lia l~ DUNG PRECAUTIONS: Avoid spilling, skin and eye OOIltact. Keep away rrom heal, sparks and q)cn flame. Ventilate we ll, avoid brealhing vapors. Usc approved respirator if air contamination is above accepted level. Containers to be kepi tightly closed. Eye wash and emergency shower musl be available at the work place. STORAGE PRECAUTIONS: Keep away rrom heat, sparks and open fl ame. Store separated rrom: Acids. Organic materials. STORAGE CRITERIA: Chemical storage. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS, PERSONAL PROTECTION INGREDIENT NAME: CALCIUM IIYOROXIDE (Ca(OII)2) DISTILLATES, Pb.IROLEUM, IW DROTREATED I IEAVY PARAFFINIC DI STILLATES, PBTROLEUM, SEVERELY HY DROTREATED II EAVY NAPIITIIENIC NITROUS ACID, SODIUM SALT COPPER GRAPI IITE CAS No.: OSHA PEL: TWA: STEL: N.E., N.E. S N.E. " N.E. I N.E. 2"' N.E. ACGlHTLV: TWA: STEL: N.E. to, to N.E. N.B. I N.E. 2 N.E. OTHER: TWA: S NiA NiA NiA I 2.5 STEL: N.E. NiA NiA NiA N.E. N.E. UNITS: mgfm3 mgfml mgfml mg/m3 101a1 d~ ' mglml mglml resp.dus PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: ~ 0 ENG INEERING CONTROLS: Usc engineering colltrols to reduce air COlllominotion to permissiblc Cllpown; leve l. VENTILATION : No specilie ve ntil atio I1 requirements noted, bot forced vent ilmion may still be req uired if air contamination ellcceds acceptabl e level. RESPIRATORS: No specific recommendation made, but respiratory protection may still be required under exccptional eircumslances when excessive air contamination exists. PROTECTIVE GLOVES: Chemical resistant gloves required for prolonged or repeated COl11acT. EYE PROTECTION: Wear splash-proof eye goggles to prevent any possibility of eye eontde!. PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Wear appropriate clothing to prevent repeated or prolonged skin contact. HYGIENIC WORK PRACTICES: Wash at the end of eneh work shift and ~ fore eating, smoking and using the Toilel. 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES APPEARANCE/PHYS ICAL STATE: COLOR; ODOR: SOLUBILITY DESCRIPTION; DENSITY/SPECIFIC GRAVITY (glml): VAPOR DENSITY (&1r=1); VAPOR PRESSURE; Grease. Red brown. Mild (or faint). Ilydl1X:prOOn. Insoluble in water TEMPERAllJRE e F); 61 " <0.0 1 mmhg TEMPERA lljre ("F): 68 3/5

89 ANTI-SEl Zn, _ EVAPORATION RATE: ph-value, CONC. SOLUTION: <0.01 NIA REFER ENCE:]JuAC'" I 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABIUTY: NonnaUy stabl e. CONDITIONS TO AVOID : Avoid contact with acids and oj[idizing substances. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not polymerize. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: OJ[ides of: Carbon. 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION: No cxi>crimental toxilogical data on the preparation as such is available. 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION : No data on possible environmental effects have been found. 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS DISPOSAL METHODS: Dispose of in accordance with Local Authority requirements. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION PRODUCT RQ: u.s. DOT: UN/NA No.: U.S. DOT HAZARD LABEL: U.S. DOT CLASS: N/A N/A No DOT label requiremcnt noted Non-Ha7.ardous (No label required). SEA TRANSPORT: INFORMATION ON SEA TRANSPORT: AIR TRANSPORT: INFORMATION ON AIR TRANSPORT: NO! regulated Not regulated 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION REGULATORY STATUS OF INGREDIENTS: NAME: CAS No: TSCA: CERCLA: SARA 302: SARA 313: DSL(CAN): CALCIUM IIYDROXIDE(Ca(OH)2) Yes NIA NiA N/A Yes 'IS

90 ANTI-S EIZE DISTILLATES, PETROLEUM, HYDROTREATED I IEAVY PARAFFI NIC DISTILLATES, I'ETROLEUM, SEVERELY HYDROTREATED I IEAVY NAI'I ITH ENIC NITROUS ACID, SODI UM SALT COPPER GRAPHITE y" N/A N/A N/A Yo y" N/A N/A N/A Yo Y e~ y" N/A y" y" y" Yo. N/A y" y" Y e~ N/A N/A N/A y" US FEDERAL REGULATIONS: REGULATORY STATUS: This Product or its components, if a mixture, is subject to following regulations (Not meant to be all inclusivc - selected regulations represented): TSCA: The ingredients of this prodnct are on the TSCA Inventory. SECfION 313: This product contains toxic chemical subjcct to thc reporting requirements of Section 3 13 of Title III of the Superfund Amcndment and Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 40 CFR Part 372. CERCLA STATE REGULATIONS: STATE REGULATORY STATUS: This product or its components, if a mixture, is subjcct to following regulations (Not meant to be all inclusive - selected regulations represe nted):. PROPOSITION 65: 11lis product docs not contail1 chemicals considered by the State of Ca li fom i a's Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 as causing cancer or reproductive toxicity, and for which waming.~ arc now required. CANADIAN REGULATIONS: LABELS FOR SUPPLY: REGULATORY STATUS: This Material Safety Data Sheet has been prepared in compilance with the Controled Product Regulations. 16. OTHER INFORMATION NFPA HAZARD RATING: HEALTH: FLAMMABILITY: REACTIVITY: SPEC IAL HAZARD: NPCA HMIS HEALTH: PERS. PROTECT. INDEX: Irri tation, minor TCllidual ituury (I ) l3ums only if pre-heated (I). NfA (0). N/A I Slight Haza rd B PREPARED BY: Heather Holich DATE: November 14, DISCLAIMER: Whi lc the information and recom mendations set forth hc~in a~ believe{! to be accuratc as of tile date thefl:of. Chemlool locorpor3tcd makes no warranty with respect thereto and disclaims all liability from re liance therein. 5/5

91 MAT:::P.IAL SAFETY Of.. T f.. SHE:' /75-203/ THIS HSOS COMPLIES HlTH 29 CfR Z00 [THE HAZARD COHHUNlC ATIOH STANOARDI Page: 1 ~ L1HOA H. CASEY ASHLAND PETROLEUH COMPANY EN\'. HULTH AffAlAS 8L-t1 ItrrER-COHPAHY 08 ea PRODUCT: INVOICE : REQST INVOICE DATE: 10/19/88 TO:. SECT ION 'I-PRODUCT ldent IFICATION c.ne~.l O~ Gen.~ic 10: PETROLE~ eased-lubricating OIL DOT H.za~ Cl ification t HOT APPLICABLE SECTION 'I1-COMPONENTS...~ If PRESENT. IARC. NTP AND ~A CARCINOGENS ARE IDENTIfIED IN THIS SECTION SEE DEfINITION PAGE for CLARIfICATION INGREDIENT lxliling Point V.po~ Pre... Speci fic Vapor Density Specif i c G~.vity P.~cent Vol.til.s Evapora tion Rat. \ppearanca stat. Fo~ % Iby WI! ill.section III-PHYSICAl.:DATA fo~ COI1Pa-Etrrl % I HOT APPLICABLE t-«lt APPLICABLE flash POINT < Oag f DagCl EXPLOSIVE LIMIT ILOHEST VALUE Of COHPONENT) loner 1. 0% EXTINGUISHING HEOIA: REGULAR foam OR CAASON DIOXIDE OR DRY CHEMICAL :> "25.00 peg f I O.g C) i:i Hg i:i I HEAVIER THAN AIR Ottg f Ditg C I SLONER THAN ETHE f tc)t SPECIfIED HAZARDOUS DECOHPO$ITlOH PRODUCts: HAY form TOXIC HATERIALS:, CAA&OH DIOXIDE AND CARSON MONOXIDE. VARIOUS HYDROCARBONS, ETC. LIIiiUID ttot«lg SJLN rirefighting PROCEDURES : HfAR SElf-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS KITH A f UL L facepiec E OPERATED IH THE POSI TIVE PRESSURE DEK4HO HOOE HHEH fighting fires. HAllR OR foah HAY CAUSE frothing HHICH CAN BE VIOLENT AND POSSIBLY EHnANCER TME LIfE Of THE firefighter, ESPECIALLY If SPRAYED INTO CONTAINERS Of HOT, BURNING LIGUIO. SPECIAL fire,. EXPLOSION HAZARDS: NE VER USE HELDING OR CUTTING TORCH ON OR NUR DA1..t1 I EVEN EHP TY I BECA USE PRODUCT teven JUST RESIDUE I CAN IGNITE EXPLOSIVELY. NfPA CODES: HUl TH- 1 flah1a811ity- 1 RUCTIVITY- 0 SECT ION.V-;.tEAl~H.. HAZARD WAT,A... PERJ1lSSIBLE EXPOSURE LEVEL: HOT ESTABLISHED for PRODUCT. SEE SECTlON II. effects Of ACUTE PyEREXPOSURE; for COMPONENT TOXICOLOGICAL TESTING INDICATES THAT SIKILIAR PRODUCTS ARE NOT HAZARDOUS AS DEfINED BY OSHA (Z9 CFR 191 D. 1Z 0DI. first AID; If ON SKIN : THOROl.I;;HLY HASH exposed AREA KITH SOAP.+..NO HAl1:R. REHOVE CONTAHINAnD CLOTHll'oG. U,lJ-IOER CONTAMINATED CLOTHING BEfORE RE-USE. If IN EYES : flush KITH laltgl AtIlI..HTS Of HATER, LIfTING UPPER AND LC»tER LIDS OCCASICftlllY. GET H OICAL ATTEI'fnON. I F SHA,LLOHfD: IHH(DIAnLY DRINK THO GLASSES Of HATER AND IHDUCE VOHlTIHG BY EITMER GIVING IPECAC SYRUP OR BY LACING finger AT BACK Of THROAT. NEVER ~I V E ANYTHING BY I1JIJTH TO AN L.tCCHSCIOUS PERSON. GET HEDICAl A TT ENTION IMMEDIATELY. ".",", ED: If AffECTED. REHOVE INDIVIDUAL TO fre SH AIR. If BREATHING IS DIffICULT, AOt1lNlSTER OXYGEN. IF ATHING HAS STOPPED GIVE ARTIfICIAL RESPIRATION. KEEP PERSON HARM, QUIET AND GE T MEDICAL ATTENTION. COPYRI GHT 1988 CONTINUED ON PAGE: 2

92 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET \.. i~ VLl\'UW:: VALVOLINi: OIL COMPA NY :l,. ~.;:: '. v- l.s~.':'. : -:; '. '. ~ P O 60X 39 1 ASHk':'I\D. "'E~TL;C"' Y J :' 1.; :3 323;. 24 HOUR EMERGENCY TELEPHONE (606) 324,, / /75-203/ SECTION ~VI-REACTIVI"V.DATA Page: 2 HAZARDOUS POLVMUIZATlON: CAtH)T OCCUR STABILITY: STABLE INCOMPATI8ILITY: AVOID CONTACT HITH :, STRONG OXlDIZlNG AGENTS. " SECTJON VI 1-.SPILl.OR LEAK -PROCEDURES SIEPS TO 8E TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED 08 SPILLED: SHALL SPILL: ABSORB LIQUID ON PAPER, VERKICULITE, floor ABSORSENT, OR OTHER ABSORBENT "-'.TERUL AND TRAHSfER TO HOOD. LARGE SPILL: PREVENT RUN Off TO SEWERS, STREAMS OR OTHeR BODIES Of HATER. If RUN Off OCCURS, NOTIFY PBOPER AUTHORITIES AS REQUIRED, THAT A SPILL HAS OCCURED. PERSONS NOT HEARING PROTECTIVE E~PHENT SHOULD BE EXCLUOED froh AREA OF SPILL UNTIL CLEAN UP HAS BEEN COMPLETED. STOP SPILL AT SOURCE, DIKE AREA Of SPILL TO PREVENT SPREADING, PUMP LIQUID TO SALVAGE TANK. REMAINING LIQUID HAY BE TAKEN UP ON SAND, CLAY, EART H, floor A6S0RBEHT. OR OTHER A8S0RSEHT "-'.TERIAL AND SHOVE LED INTO CONTAINERS. WASTE DISPQSAL METHOP ; SHALL SPILL : ALLOH VOLATILE PORTION TO EVAPORATE IN HOOD. ALLOH SUffICIENT TIHE FOR VAPORS TO COMP LETELY CLEAR HOOD DUCT HORK. DISPOSE Of REHAINING KATERIAL IN ACCO RDANCE HITH APPLICABLE REGULATIONS. LARGE SPILL: DESTROY BY LIQUID INCINERATION. CONTAHIHATED ABSORBENT HAY BE DEPOSITED IN A LANDfILL IN ACCORDANCE KITH LOCAL. STATE AND federal REGULATIONS.. 'SECTJON.. VHI-PR01ECTINE EQUIPMENT.TO~E USED. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: If HORKPLACE EXPOSURE LIMIT(SI Of PRDOUCT OR ANY COHPONENT IS EXCEEDED (SEE SECTION II I, A NIOSHIHSHA APPROVED AIR SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR IS ADVISED IN ABSENtE Of PROPER EHVIRONHENTAl CONTROL. OSHA REGULATIONS ALSO PERMIT OTHER NIOSH/HSHA RESPIRATORS (NEGATIVE PRESSURE TYPE) UNDER SPECIfIED CONDITIONS ISEE YOUR SAfETY EijUIPKENT SUPPLIER I. ENGINEERING OR ADKlNISTRATIVE CONTROLS SHOULD BE IMPLEMENTED TO REDUCE EXPOSURE. VENTILATION: PROVIDE SUffI CIENT MECHANICAL!GENERAL AND/OR LOCAL EXHAUST ) VENTILATION TO MAINTAIN EXPOSURE BEL CH TLV!SI. PROTECTIVE GLOVES : HEAR RESISTANT GLOVES SUCH AS:. NEOPRENE EYE PROTECTION : CHEMICAL SPLASH GOGGLES IN COMPLIANCE HITH OSHA REGULATtONS ARE ADVISED! HCHEVER. OSHA REGULATIONS ALSO PERHIT OTHER TYPE SAfETY GLASSES. (CONSULT YOUR SAfETY EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER 1 OTHER PROTtCTIV EQUIPHENT: TO PREVENT REPEATED OR PROLONGED SkIN CONTACT. WEAR IMPERVIOUS CLOTHING AND 6OOTS...,.SECTION JX-SPECIAl "PRECAUT10NS :;'OR... OT'HER -icot1me-nts '. CONTAINERS Of this MATERIAL HAY BE HAZARDOUS HHEN EMPTIED. SINCE EMPTIED CONTAINERS RETAIN PRODUCY RESIDUES IVAPOR, LIQUID, ANDIOR SOLIDI, ALL HAZARD PRECAUTIONS GIVEN IN THIS DATASHEET MUST BE OBSERVED. THE INfORHATION ACCUMULATED HEREIN IS BELIEVED TO BE ACCURATE BUT IS NOT KARRANTED TO 8E HHETHER ORIGINATING HITH THE COMPANY OR NOT. RECIPIENTS ARE ADVISED TO CONfIRM IN ADVANCE Of NEED THAT THE INFORKATIOH IS CURRENT. APPLICABLE, AND SUITABLE TO THEIR CIRCUMSTANCES. SECTION -X-l'ABEL INFORt1ATION TOXIC~hgXI tlcf~si!~8. INDICATES THAT SIMILAR PRODUCTS ARE NOT HAZARDOUS AS DEFINED BV OSHA HANDLING' SIQRAGE: 00 NOT TRANSFER TO UN LABELED CONTAI NER. 00 NOT USE CUTTING OR HELOING TORCH ON THIS CONTAINER (EVEN EMPTYl. for INDUSTRIAL USE ONLY. RHER TO HATERUL SAfETY DATA SHEET (AVAILABLE UPON REQUeST) for further INFORMATION. l4 HOUR EMERGENCY NUMBER i-boo-ashland first lid: EYES: flush THOROUGHLY ~TH HATER. CALL A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY. SKIN: HASH THOROUGHLY KITH SOAP AND HATER. INGESTION: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. CALL A PHYSICIAN OR POISON CONTROL CENTER IMM EDI ATELY. NEVER Gl VE 4NYTHIHG BY HOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON. COPYRIGHT 1988 LAST PAGE--SEE ATTACHMENT PAGE ENClOSED--LAST PAGE

93 SECTION A -IDENTIFICATION & EMERGENCY INFORl\1ATION MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Date Issued: 12113/02 Manufacturer's Name: Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants Inc. Emergency Telephone Number: Address: 9300 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD ~I!Opucr N~I~tt LCastrol AP Gear Lubricant 80W90,85W140 Chemica! Family: Petroleum Oil (Gear Oil) Product Appearance & Odor: Clear, Dark Amber Liquid Mild, Bland Petroleum Odor Part Number: 3021, 303! CAS Number (For Finished Product): COMPLEX MIXTURE CAS Number Not Applicable HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM (HMJS) Health 1 Flammability - 1 Reactivity _ 0 Hazard Rating: Least-O Slight-L Modcratc-2 High-) Extreme4 SECTION B - COMPONENTS & HAZARD INFORMATION COMPONENTS Lubricating Oil Base SIock Proprietary Addilives CAS NO. OF COMPONENTS Mixture APPROXIMATE CONCENTRA non Greater than 85% Less than 15% -I Exposme Limit for Total Product: Smg/m' oil mist for an a hour worlo:da)'. Basit: OOHS Reg. 29 CFR 1911).1(l00 CEtu.A Hazardous SubstancM: N()IIc known. If this product is accidentally spiued. it is not subject to any speeial reportiog UDdcr thc requirements ofthc Comprebensive Environmental Resporue. CompclUation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). We recommend you CQ!Uact local authorities 10 detenninc ifthere may be other local reporting requirements. US TSCA Inyentory: All components of this material arc on the US TSCA Inventory. Thnshold Pl1nnlng Quantity (TPQ). EPA Regulation 40 CFR 355 Extremely Hazardous SubSiances (SARA Sections 10\.J()4): None. Tolle Chendnl Release Reporting, EPA Regulation 40 CFR 312 (SARA Section 3\3): Not App lieable. SECTION C - PHYSICAL DATA (THE FOLLOWING DATA ARE APPROxrMATE OR TYP ICAL VALUES.) Boiling Range: Not Determined Specific Gravity (H20=1):.8871/.8970 Pour Point: -30"Cf-15 C Viscosity: 100 C csi 14.8/26.2 Solubility in Water: Negligible, Less than 0.1% Percent Volatile by Volume: NEGLIGIBLE Vapor Pressure: NEGLIGIBLE Vapor Density: GREATER THAN AIR Evaporation Rate: NEGLIGIBLE SECTION D - FIRE PROTECTION fnformation FLASH PO(NT & METHOD: Min. ASTM 0 92 C.O.C. "C, ("F.) 216 (420) 1230 ( 446) NAT IONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION (NFPA)-8az.ard Idtntiflntion Health I Flammability I Reactivity 0 Basis: Recommended by Castrol Heavy Duty Lubricants Inc. Haz.ard Rath1i (NFPA): 4 Extrerne l High 2 Moderate I-Slight O Insigni ficant AlITO IGNITION TEMPERATURE: Not Determined UNUSUAL FIRE" EXPLOSION HAZARDS: NOlie Flammability Llmltl (Yo by volume in air): Lower: Not deternliud Upper: Not determrned MSDS Fonn 1.0 Page I on

94 SECTION D ~ FIRE PROTECTION INFOR.i.\1ATION (Continued) HANDLJNG PRECAunONS: Use product with caulion uound heat, Water or foam may cause frothing. Use watcr to keep firc-tlcposed contain s~rks, pilot lights, stltic electticil)' and open flame. ers cool. Wate!" spray may be, sed 10 fl ush ljiills.way from e~posures. DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS: Minimiu brathin, of gases, YJpClI", fulllcl or decomposition products. Use Fumes, smoke, carbon monoxide, sulfur oqdes, and other decomposi- supplied... ir brealhing equipmrnl for endo$ed or confined sp;u;cs or U OIhtion producu, in the cue of incomplete combustion. erwise ne.cded. EXTINGUlSHlNG ME DIA" FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: EMPTY CONTAINER WAA"nNG: "Empty" containers retain residue Foam, water spby (foe), dry chemical, Clfbon dioxide and vapori%ing (liquid. nllfo!" vapor) and an be ci&ogeroua. DO NOT PRESSURIZE, cm. liquid type e:o:tinguishing agen,. my all be suitable for extinguishing WELD, BRAZE, SOLDER, DRILL, GRIND OR EXPOSE SUCH fires involving this type of produet, depending on!he site or potential CONTAINERS TO REA T, flame, SPARKS OR OTHER SOURCES OF size of fi~ and eireurn$wiccs related 10 the situatioa. Plant fire prote<:- IGNITION: THEY MAY EXPLODE AND CAUSE fnjur Y OR DEATH. tion and resp<)mc strategy throulb consultatioll with local flff: prottction Do not attempt 10 clean since residue is difficult to remove. "Empty" drums authorities or appropriate specialists. should be completely drained, properly bunged and promptly returned to I The followinl procedures for this type of product are bued on the rec- drum reconditioner. All OIlIer containcrs should be disposed of in an envi ommeodatioils in the National fi~ Protection Anociationl' Fire Prol«ronmcntally safe manner IIld in acconlance with goyernmental regulations. rio" Got/de 011 Harimlol4 Uareriau. Use water $pd.y, dry cllemical, foam, or carbon dioxide \0 exrinllli,h the flto. SECTION E - PROTECTION & PRECAUTIONS VENTILATION: Use local exhauslto capture vapor, mists or fumes. if WORK PRACl1CES I I..:NGINEERlNG CONTROLS: Keep conwncfs necessary. Provide ventilation sufficient to prevmt exceeding recom- c~ w~ not is use. Do not store ncar 1Iea~ spub. flame or Slr\)Qg ou mcnded e~posu.re limit or buildup of explosiye concentration. of vapor dants. (n order to Pnlvmll IInI or e~plq:!iod hazards. use appropriate equipin lit. No smoking, flame or other ignition wurces. ment. RESPIRATORY PROTEcnON: Use $IIpplied air respiralqfy prot_ PERSONAL HYGIENE: MiDinUze breathing vapor, mist or fumes. Ayoid tion in confllled or enclosed $paces, ifneedc:d. prolonged or repeated cootact with s.itin. Remove eontaminated elothing: PROTEClTVE GLOVES: Use chemiea\ resistant gloves, if needed, 10 launder or dry.. dean before reuse. Remove eontaminated shoes and thoravoid prolonged or reputed sltin contact. ough.ly clean before reuse; dijeud ifoil lolltcd. Cleanse skin motougbly,f. EYE PROTECl10N: Use splash goggles or face shield when e}'ll con ter contact, before brew and meals, iiiid at end of worir; period. Produa i1 t.;ict may OCCUT. readily removed sitin by WlIterlcss hand cl~ fouowi:d by washing thor OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: U,e chemical resistant apron ougbly with IOIP and water. or other impervious clothing, if needed, 10 avoid conwninating regular V AlUASD..ITY AMONG INDIVIDUALS: Health ltudics hlye shown clothiag, which could result in prolonged or repe.ited skin contact. that many pelloleum bydrocarbons and synthetic lubricanu pose potential human health risks, which may vary from person 10 penon. As a precaution, exposuro to liquids, vapors, misa or fumes should be minimizer!. SECTION F - SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Report spills as required 10 the appro- Keep produci out ofsewm aqd wa!ercour$es by dieing or impouoding. Adpriate authorities. US Coast Guard Relulations require immediale report- vise authorities if the prodll(l huentercd or may enter sewen, WlItercoulUS, ing of spills that could rea(:/! any waterway includidl intermittent dry Of" oj(\ensive land areu. ASSURE CONFORMITY WITH ALL creelta. Report spill to the Coasl Guard toll free ownber & g802. APPLICABLE REGULATIONS. PROCEDURES IF i\taterial IS RELEASED OR SpaLED: Re- WASTE DISPOSAL: Dispose ofin an environmentally safe manner and in cover free product. Add sand, earth, or other amiable absorbent material accordance with all govmuncnl regulations 10 include Federal. State, and 10 tho spill an:a. Minimite breathing vapors. Minimize akin contact. local requirementa. SECTION G - REACTIVITY STABaITY: Stable HAZARDOUS POLVMERIZATION: Will not OCCIif. HAZ..olRDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Thermal decomposition producta are highly dependent on tho combuatioo conditions. A complex rni.ltture of airborne toiid, liquid., particulare. and. guet will evolve wilen this material undetgoes combllltion. CarlIon monoxide and other uni CONDITIONS &: MATERIALS TO AVOID: Avoid heat, open fllmcs dentified organic compow1ds may be formed upon combustion. and <»ididng material$.. SECTION R - EMERGENCY & FIRST AID PROCEDURES AND PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY EYE CONTACT: If splashed inlo the eya, flush with elear water for INHALATION: Vapor PI"eJ.lUnl il very low.. Vapor ilhlalation W1der ambi. IS minules or uotil irritation subside$.. If initations persist, Calli physi- ent temperature conditions is 1101 normally a problem. If overcome by vapor ciano SION CONTACT: In cue of skin eontact, remove any conlami 110m hot produei, immediately remove from CXpoIute and call a pbysician. nated clothing and...,11 $kin thoroughly with wap IIId water. Administer (lx.ylej!, if available. If over-e:o:posed 11)' oil mist, remove from lngestion: If inlested, DO NOT induc:e vomiting; cau a physician further e:o:posure until e:o:cwiva mi~ oil condition subsides. immediately. SECTION I - EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE SKIN: Prolollied or repeated skin cantlel may eallle skin initation. EYE: May cause eye initation. INCESTION: Relatiyely nonto ~ ic. SECTION J - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION DEPARTMENT OF TRAI'iSPORTATION (DOT) - DOT Identlflcatlon Number: Not Reculatt d. THE PRECISE COMPOSITION OF nns MIXTURE IS PROPRIETARY INFORMATION. AMORE COMPLETE DISCLOSURE WILL BE PROVIDED TO A PHYSICIAN OR NURSE IN THE EVENT OF A MEDtCAL EMERGENCY. MSDS Form 1.0 Page 2 of2

95 ;:non A IDEN1D1.CATION & DIERGENCY INFORMATION Manufacturer's Name: C~stro J Huvy Duty Lubricants Inc Emergency Telephone Number: ()() Address: MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Date Issued: March 16, PWaski Highway Baltimore, MD2t220 PRODUCT NAME: Castrol lid Lithium 00 Part Number: 5513 Chemical Family: Petroleum Oil (Grease) ~oduct Appearance & Odor :Bro-wn, Semi-Fluid Bland Odor CAS Number (For Finished Product): COMPLEX l\iixtijre CAS Number Not Applicable SECTION B - COMPONENTS & HAZARD INFORMATION HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IDENTIfiCATION SYSTEM (lim)s) II~ - I Flammability - I Reactf..ity - 0 Huard R.tinl: Least-O S!ighl.-I Modmltc.2 Hi&,h-l E.1ItMne-4 C01\1PONENTS Lubricating Oil Base Stock CAS NO. OF COMPONENTS APPROXIMATE CONCENTRATION Greater than 85% Proprietary Additives Less than 15% - ;,xposurt Limit for Total Product: Smglm l oil mist for an 8 hour work day. Basis: OSHA Reg 29 CFR ";ERCLA Hazardous Substances: None knowll U this product is accidentally spilled. it is not subject to any special reporting under the requir~enls of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation. and Liability Act (CBRCLA). We recommend you contact local authorities to detcnnine ir there may be other local reporting requirements. US TSCA Inventory: All components or this material are on the US TSCA Inventory. Th~hold Planning Quantity (TPQ), EPA Regulation 40 CFR 355 Extremely Hazardous Substanoes (SARA Sections ): None. Toxic Chemical ReleauReportlng. EPA Regulation 40 CFR 372 (SARA Section 313): Zinc Compounds: 1.00,1. SECTION C PHYSICAL DATA (llie FOLLOWING DATA ARE APPROXL\lATE OR TYPICAL VALUES.) Boiling Range: Not Detennined Specific Gravity (H:C>- 16.C PourPoint:N/A Visoosity:N/A Solubility in Water: Negligible, less than.1% Percent Volatile by Volume: NEGUGIBLE Vapor Pres.sure: NEOUOWLE Vapor Density: GREATER than AIR Evaporation Rate: NEOUOWLE SECTION D FIRE PROTECTION INFORMATION FLASH POINT & METHOD, Min. ASlM 1).92 C.O.C. C, (F.~ 4001' AUforONITlONTEMPERATIJRE, NOT DETERMrNED NATIONAL FmE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION {NFPA)-H:wtnl Identification Health - I Flammability - 1 Reactivity - 0 Basis: Recorrunended by Castrol Heavy Duty Lub. Hazard Rating (NFPA): 4-Extreme 3-High 2.Moderatc I-Slight O-Insignifi cant UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: None Flammability Limits (% by volume In air): Lower: Not determined Upper. Not determined

96 SECTION D FlR.E PROTECTION INFORMATION (CO"lINUED) HANDLING PRECAUTIONS: Use product with C'aUlion ar01llld Ileal. sparks, pilot IiglllS, static electricity and open flame, DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS UNDER nre CONDITIONS: Fumes, smoke, carbon monoxide. sulfur oxides. and other dccolllposition products, in lilt Q.Sc of incomplcte combustion.. EXTINGUISH INC MEDIA 4< FIRE n C HTI:"fG PROCEDURES: Foam. walcf spray (tog), dry d\emical, carbon dlru:ide Irld ~g liquid type cxlinl:~ agents may ad be suitable tor utinguislting 6res involving this type of product. depending on the size or poientiai siu of fire and cimtmstancts rclaltd to the siru:..ion. Plant fire protection II\d response stntclly throuqi COI"ISUIWoo with local fire protection authorities or appropriale sp«w.ists. The fonowing procedure;s for this type of product ~ basal. on the recommend3liollll in the Nillional Fire ProIection ~ons' Fin i'rotu/ioif (;Welt on Hawrelrnu Mat,,./als. Use WIllet spray, dry dtemical, foan.. or arbon dioxide to CJttin&uish the fire, SECTION E PROTECTION & PRECAUTIONS VENTIlATION: U5C local txi!ml$t to caplutc VlIpOt, misis or l'wnes. it neceu3fy. Provide ventilation sufficient 10 preven! txcccdin& recommended exposure limit or bumup of txplosive concenlr.ll.ions of vapor in air. No smo~ fbmc or other ignition sow"cu. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Usc supplitd-iir ~OIY protcdioll in confintd or enclosed 5ptCes. if needed. PROTECnVE GLOVES; Use cllemical resistant gloves. ifneeded. 10 avoid prolonged or repeated skin (entad. EYE PROTECTION; U5C splash goggles or hl::e shield when eye COnlad. may occur. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: Use d\cm.ical.-rtsistanl apron or other impervioils dothing. if needed, to avoid conlaminating regular clothing. whicll could resul! in prolonged or repealed skin contact. SECTION F SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT: Report spills as required. to tile gpproprillle mlhoriiies. U.S. Coast Guard RquiatiollS require immediate reporting ot spid.s that could reach any WikrWay including intermittent dry creek!. Report spii1 to the Coast. Guard loll free nwnbct sso2. PROCEDURES IF MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED: Rcwver free product. Add $ZIld. earth, or other suibble absol"bent material. 10 llie spii1 area. Mirrimiu brqhing vapof1. Minirni2e skin contact. SECTION G - REACTIVITY STABILITY: Stable HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not OCCllJ. CONDITIONS ol MATERIALS TO AVOID: Avoid heal. open Dames and Oxidizing materials. Water or foam may = frothirt. Usc water to k«p firc.uposcd con~crs cool Waler spray may be used \0 IIwh spills IWrf from e."q)osutes. Mini.miu: brc'3l.hing otpscs, vapor, &mes or decomposilion products.. U5C $Upplied-3it bfe3lhijt& equipment for enclosed or confined spaces or as otherwise: DCCded. EMPTY CONTAU... tr WARNING: "Empr;,.. eontainrn rctjin residue (liquid IItIdlor wpot) :IIId em be <brigcraus. DO NOT PRESSlJRlZE. arr, WElD. BRAZE. SOLDER.. DRll.L, GRn.1) OR E.\J'OSE SUCH COJln"AINERS TO HEAT, fla... CE, SPARKS OR OrnER SOURCES OF IGNITION: TIlEY tol"," EXPLODE AND O.. USE INJURY OR DEAm. Do not ailtmpl to clean since residue: is difficult to remove. "Empty' drums sllould be completely drained. properly bunged and promptly tctun1ed 10 a drum rccondilioncr. All «h.~t conlainm should be disposed of in an mvironmentaily safe 1l13MC1" and in accordance willi 1I0vCTTlfllental rt&ulalions.,... ORI< PRACTICES I ENCINEERl NC CO:'iTROI..S: Keep «lntainm closcd when noi is llse. Do not ~ore IlCJI" hear.. sparks,dame or strong oxidanls. In order to prevent fire or uplosion M:tml.s, use appropri-.: cquipmcn!. PERSONAL HYGltNt: Minimize bfeal.hin& vapor. mist or fumes. A\'Oid prolo~td Of rcpcaud con18d l\ith skin. Remove contmnirlll:ed dojchin&: Jmndcr or dry dean belore ", we. Remove ~d shoes and thorolj&hly clean before re llsc; d.ist:ard itoil..soaked. C1catsc skin thorougllly ancf conl3ct, belore breaks and meals, andllf. I:IlIi ot I\'ork period. Product is rtad.ily removed skin by waterless iland delrlm tonowed by washin.gthoroushjy I\ith soap;md ner. VARIABll..ITY AiWONC l NDIVlDUALS: Health 5tudics hbve shol\li tll8i: many petroleum liydfoqroons and f)l\th.clic IubfiCints pose poiential lluma:n health risks wroth may wry from pct$on to penon. AJ a pr~n, exposure to liquids. wpon, miru or fumes tb.ouid be minimized. Kcep product out or sewm ald W1l.CT«lWKI by dwn8 or irnpowdin&, Advise auihorities if ilie product has entered or may cnl.er sewers, watercourses.. or extensive land areas. ASSURE CONFORMITY \\1nt ALL APPLICABLE REGUlATIONS. WASTE DISPOSAL: Dispose of in ZIt environmentally safe mama Z'Id in acwrdance with ad govcmmcn1 tegulllions to include fed.enl, Stale, and local rcquh"ntlms. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Thama!. decomposilion product:! arc roghly dependent on the combustion conditions. A complex muttute of airborne solid liquid particll1at.ts II\d gases wid. evolve "'hen this nwtrial. IDldergocs «lmbustion. Carbon monoxide and other unidcnlilied orpuc compounds may be formed upon combllslion. SECTION H EMERGENCY & FIRST AID PROCEDURES AND PRIMARY ROUTES OF EJlt.lRY EYE CONTACT: If splashed into ilie eyes, Dush with dear water tor U minwu or until irritation subsides. If irritations pcnists, all a phyridm. SK.lN CONTACT: In cafe of skin conl.act, ranove any contaminar.ed clothing and wash skin thorou&hly with $02p and "a. INGESTION: It inlestcd, DO NOT inddee vornilinl: call a ph~cian immediatdy. 1r;HAU.TlON: Vapor prmure is vay low. Vapor inhalation under ambicnl tcrnpcrature condilioru is not nonnally aptoblcm. It OVCfCOflle by vapor fi"om liot product, inunedialejy ranove rrorn cxposllfe 8!ld eid a pb}s:idzl. Administa oxygen. it avziiable. If ovcr..cxposed to oil. m.isl. remove from I'wther exposure until ucmh'c mist oil. «lndition SIlbsidcs. SECTION 1 - EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE SKIN: Prolonged or repealed skin contart may CiU$C skin irritation. YE: Mzy nuse C)'c irritation, INGESTION: Rc!:dvdy non-toxic. SECTION J - TRANSPORTATIONINFORl\lATION D[PARTM[~"T OF" TRANSPORTATION (001) _ DOT Id e~til'inlio~ NlIlDbtr: Not Re~ulltcd. TIlE PRECISE COMPOSITION OF" THIS MIXTURE IS PROPRlETARY I~OR.MA TION. A MORE CO:'IPLETE DISCLOSURE WILL BE PROVlDED TOA PHYSICIAN OR NURSE IN THE EVENT OF" A MEDICAL EMERCENCY. MSDS ShI ',

97 SECTION A- IDENTIF1CATION & EMERGENCY INFORMATION MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Date Issued: February 17, 2000 Manufacturer's Name: Castro! Heavy Duty Lubricants Inc Emergency Telephone Number: Address: 9300 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD PRODprr.NAME: Castrol HD Litbium Grease NLGIO, 1 & 2 Chemical Family: Petroleum OiJ(Grease) Product Appearance & Odor: Brown Semi-Solid Bland Odor Part Number: 5113, 5213, 5313 CAS Number (For Finished Product): COMPLEX MTXTURE CAS Number Not Applicable HAZ.ARDOUS MATERIALS IDF.i'ITlFICATION SYSTEM CUMIS) Health I Flammability - I Re:ldivity-O Ibun! Ratine: Leaso-O Sligl!1-J Moder"","2 High-) EJc1rano.4 SECTION B - COMPONENTS & HAZARD INFORMA non COMPONENTS Lubricating Oil Base Stock Proprietary Additives CAS NO. OF COMPONENTS {) Mixture APPROXIMATE CONCENTRATION Greater than 85~J Less than 15% Elq)OSure Umit fortctll Produd: Smgt'm' oil mist for an g houfwork day. Basis; OSHA Reg 29 CFR CERLA Hlul1iow Substances: None known. If this produd is accidentally spilled, it is not subjcd. 10 any special repoftinlc. under the nquiremmu of the Comprdlauive ElIvironmcnt.11 Response. Con:pauation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). We recon1filold you OOIIla<lloc:al authorities to ddamine iftbet"e =y be other local rqxxting requir~ US TSCA lnn ntory: All ~ooml$ ofth[, IJl3teriat are 00 lile US TSCA!!wmtory. Thre3hold P\3nnlIq: Quantity (TPQ), EPA Regu lation 40 CFR E)dmnely Hazardous Substan<= (SARA Sections ): None.. Tone: Chtrnl~ ReltASe Reportin~ EPA Regu latioo 40 CFR37'l (SARA Section 31 3): Zinc Compounds 1.0% SECTION C - PHYSICAL DATA crlle FOLLOWING DATA ARE APPROXIMATE OR TYPICAL VALUES.) Boiling Range: Not Detennined Specific Gmvi!)' 16.C Pour Point: Freezing Point O.F Viscosity: N/A. Percent Volatile by Volume: NEGLIGmLE Vapor PreSSillc: NEGLIGIBLE Vapor Density: GREATER THAN AIR Evaporation P:lle: NEGLIGIBLE Solubility in Water: NegUgible, less than.1 % SECTION D - F1RE PROTECTION INFORMATION FLASII POINT & METHOD: Min. A5TM D-91 C.O.c. C, (F.) ""'.F NATIONAL FIRE PROTECfION ASSOCIATION (NFPA}Hu:u-d Identlfkation Hmlth- I flammability - I Readivity-O Basis: Ro;ornmmded by Castrol Heavy Outy LubricmlS Inc H:wu-d.lUtinC (NFPA): 4-ElClrmJe 3-Higfl 2-Modefate I-Sligflt O-InsignUiClllt AlJTOIGNITlONTEMPERATURE: NOT DETERJ..m.'ED UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Noo, F1amm:tbWty LI.Init3 W. by vo lume In air): Lower: No t determined Upper: Not det.trm1n,d msds 1. 0

98 SECTION D - FIRE PROTECTION INFORMATION (CONTINUED) HANDLI NG PRECAUTIONS; Use produ(1 with t;llliiolilround heat, spnks, pik! ligjlt!., stati c electricity and opm n~mc:. DECO:-' IPOSITION PRODUCTS UNDER FIRE CONDITIONS: FUmes, smoke, arbon OKIIIoxid.; sulfur oki<l=, Illd other dccortvosition products, in the ase ofinc:omplde IXlI'l1btistion. EXTIN"GUIS}[JNG MEDIA "" FIRE FlGIITING PROCEDURES: Foam, water spray (fog), dry manical. Clrbon dioxide and vaporizing liquid t>pe e:<lingui5hing agalls may all be suitable (01' elclinguishing fttcs im'lllving this type of product, depending on the sizc or potmtial siu of fire and ciro.am.lunoes related to the situation. Plant fir: prqlection and respoue Itrategy IhroutJt lxliuuitalion with loal fire pr<::tecs;oo authorities or Ippropriate specialists. The following procooures for this type of produd. Ire based on the recommendations in the National Fire Protection Associations' Fire Protectlorr Guid~ on HazardOIlS Malt/rial;' U5e wlta spray, dry dlemieal, foam, or allbon dioxide to ex1inguish the file. SECTION E - PROTECTION & PRECAUTIONS VENTILATION: Use 10Cll1 exbjust to capture ~apor, mists or (umes, if necessal)'. Provide ventilation lufficient to prevent e:wecding IllOO!llIlImded exposure limit or buildup of explosive oanc01tmions of vapor in lir. No smoking. flame or other it1lition souroes. RESPIRATORY PROTECfION: Use supplied-lir rcspirltof)' prolea.ion in confided or mclosed Sp'Qe:S,. if needed. PROTECTIVE GLOVES: Usc chanica]-resi5l4nl gloves, i(nccd«l, to avoid prolonged or rqlcated skin oantad.. EYE PROTECfION: Usc splash gowes Of face shield when eye OOIllad. may OCQIf. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPi\IENT: Use chemieal>f!sistant apron or other impervious ciothin& if needed, to avoid oontaminating regular clothirlg. which oould result in prolonged or repeated skin oontad.. SECTION F - SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACf: Report spills " require;! to the Bppr<:lprbte authorities. U.S. COlst Gund Regulations require immediate reporting o( spills that could reach any w.kfway including intermittall dry aeeb. Report spill to the Coast Guard tou free number :. PROCEDURES IF J\rlATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED: Recover free product. Add sand, earth, or other suitable absorbatt materiallothe spill area. Minimiz.<: breathing Vlpon. },linimize skin contact. SECTION G - REACTMTY STABILITY: Stable HAZARDOUS PO~YMERIZATlON: Will not <ICaIT. CONDITIONS &!\laterlals TO AVOID: Avoid heat, open fllmes and oxidi%ingmaterills. Water or foam may cause frcjthing. u~ lv~ t er to k«p flcc-c:q>oscd oonr..ainm; Water spray mly be uud 10 flush spills IW ~y &om e.'posures. t.finimiu: ~thin8 o( gaus, ~~por, fumes Of ciecorropoiitioo producu. Usc suppli«l.,ir breathing equipment for enclosed Of a:nf1l1«1 spaces or as otherwise nco:lcd. EMPTY CONTAINER WARJ'iL'1G: "Evl'ly" OOIl~in(l'l rdain residue (liquid and/or vapor) ~d can be dang~ous. DO NOT PRESSURJZ,E, CUT, WELD, BRAZE. SOLDER. DRILL, GRIND OR EXPOSE SUCH CONTAINERS TO HEAT, FLAME, SPARKS OR OTHER SOURCES OF IGNITION: TIlEY MAY EXPLODE AND CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH. 0tJ not Inempt to clean since residue is diffiwlt to rmkive. "Empty" drum. $hou)cl be ~lefc ly draintd., properly bullged and pfori11tly rl:lumod to. drum reoonditioncr. All other OOIl~inen mould be disposed of in an en~irorul1en~lly u(e ma:nner and in.«ordancc: with govcmmq1tal regulatiool. WORK PRACflCES I E..'iGINEERING CONTROLS: ~ oantaincn closed when not is usc.. Do not stofc near heat, sparlts,flame or strong oxidants. In order to prcvent fire or explosion b'llirds, U$e appr<:lpriate ~ ui pmlllt PERSONAL IIYGIENE: Minimize breathing VIPor, mist or fumes. Avoid prolonged or ~ted cootact with skin. Remove eontaminat«l clothing: launder or dry-clean before re-usc. Remove cootaminated shoes and thorou!ny ci<'jul beforc I'O-USC': discard if oil soaked. Clean,e skin thorou.~ l y, I\er coolad, before breaks and meals, and at end of work period. Produd. is readily removed skin by w,terless band deaaen followed by IvLSbing lhorou~1y with soap and water. VARIABILITY AMONG Ii\'DMDUALS: Health studies have mown that many pttrolcllm hydcoearbons and s)llthetic lubricants posc potential human health rub \\'hich may VII)' from person to pcfsoll. A5 a precaution, e.wosureto liquids, vapors, mist.s or fumes shoold be m.inimiud.. Keep produd. out of sewen and walc\'cqums by diking or irqloundil:!g. Advise authorities if the product has entered or nuy aiier scwus, waterooums, Of eklmsive land areu. ASSURE CONFOR\UTY WITH ALL APPLICABLE REGULATIONS. WAStE DISPOSAL: Dispose of in 10 environmentally wfe manna' and in ~coxdance with.\i government regu lations to include Fedcn~ State, and loca] r ~uimncnts. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITIOi"j' PRODUcrS: Thermal do:;omposition products ItC birjlly dcpmdcnt co the oombwtion IXlIIditions. A complex millture of lirborne solid, liquid, plrticulates and gues wid evolve when this materi.1 undergoes oombtution. C.rbon monoxide IIId other unidentified organic compounds may be form«l upon oombustion. SECTION H - EMERGENCY & FIRST AID PROCEDURES AND PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY EYE CONTACT: If splilshed into the eyes, fllull with clear water (or I S minutes or until irritation sunides. If irritations pmuts, call ph)"ician. SKIN CONTACT: In case of skin 1XlIIIad, ranove any!xllltaminated clothing and Wi sh skin thofoorjdywith soap and wlter. INCESTlON: Ifingu1cd, DO NOT induce vomitin~ call. physician immediltely. INllALATION: Vapor pressure is \'try Vapor inh.lation undrr.mbient tanpenture condition$ is not normally I problem. If OYa'CiOllle by vapor from hot product, immediately radovil from c.~ and call I ph)"ician. Adrniniszcr oxygm, if.~ihblc.. If ovcr-<.'i'osed 10 oil nilit. remove from Ii.trth«ClCpO$lUe UIltil ~ive mist oil oandition f\jnides. SECTION I - EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE SKL": Prolonged Of UP81ted skin oantact mayeau.s<: $kin irritation. EYE: M.yeau.s<: eye irritation. INGESTION; Relatively non-to.'<ic. SECTION J - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT). DOT IdrntiflCltion Numbrr: No t ReculDwd. THE PRECISE COMPOSITION OFTfIIS ML'CTURE IS PROPRIETARY INFOR"lATION. A MORE COMPLETE DISCLOSURE WILL BE PROVIDED TO A PHYSICIAN OR NURSE IN TBE EVENT OF A MEDICAL EMERCENCY.

99 , 11 / :51 PAX PENRAY Cm lpan IES I NC, 1/100 1 M aterial Safety Data Sheet JETGO GAS LINE ANT I-FREEZE-.J430 MSDS# Date Printed J430 04/ L Chemical Product and Company Idenlification Trod. Name Synonyms Product Number JETGO GAS.LINE ANTI-FREEZE-.J430 J430 Manufacturer JETGO AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS GROUP 440 DENNISTON COURT W HEELING, IL Contact Name EH&S MANAGER Phone (647) Em ergency Phone (800) 752~7869 Revision Date 04/02/2001 x7 Description AIR BRAKE ANTI-FREEZE CONTAINING METHANOL NFPA Rating Health 2 Fire 4 Reactivity 0 Special - 0:;; tnslgnificant 1" Slight 2 '" Moderate 3 '" High 4 '" Extreme 2. C omposition and Infol1llation on I ngredients ngredient(s) METHANOL 3. HtUard Identification CAS Number CAS # Approx. Percent 100 % EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: Prolonged contact with skin may cause moderate irritation. Contact with eyes can cause severe irritation. redness. tearing, and blurred vision. Harmfut if swallowed, or absorbed through skin. POTENTIAL HEAlTH EFFECTS CARCINOGENICITY: Product not considered a carcinogen by OSHA, NTP, or IARC. MEDICAL CONDITIONS: Prevexisling eye or skin conditions may be aggravated by over-exposure to th is product. TARGET ORGANS: Liver, lungs, kidneys, optic nerve. PRIMARY ENTRY ROUTES: Skin absorption and inhalation. ACUTE HEALTH EFFECTS EYE: Will cause irritation upon contact. SKIN : Prolonged contact with skin can cause irritation. Repeated skin contact may cause persistent irritation and dermatitis. INHALATION: Product non.volatile, inhalation hazard unlikely. W -STION: Product may be harmful if swallowed and may cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. CHRONIC HEALTH EFFECTS: Overexposure 10 the ingredients in this product can cause liver abnormalities, eye and kid ney

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106 \ Materi.' Safety Data She.t \by be used 10 comply with OSHA's HEALTH lazord Communication Standard, 29 CFA Standard must be FLAMMABILITY consulted for specilic requirements. Identity IA:. Used on label lind UstJ C-422 Rou h Touch Scrubs 10 a Bucket SECTION I Manufacturer's Nama o.;mon Inc. Addren (Number. Street. City. State, and ZIP Code) 805 East Old 56 Highway Olathe, Kansas SECTION II. Hazardous Ingredlant,/ldontity IntOtmatlon Hez8Idou, Components ISpecific REACTIV ITY 1 PERSONAL PROTECTION No"'".u... "_1_ =-...,"" """,-""""...-. II-. _...,..._w.. -._~ Emergency TeJephona Number T elephono Number for InformatJon BUY DYMON Date Pr9p(l(ed October SJgnatur. of Preper81 IOptlonal} ReQulalorv Deot. Other Umlt. o None This product is not I:newn to contain any compound in concentrations requiring reporting under SARA Title III Section 3' 3. I Any substance listed as hazardous by the States 01 California, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, New Jefsey. Ohio. Pennsylvania or Texas is described above if known present in regulated concentrations. SECTION III Phvslcal/Chemical CherDCtGfistlcs BOiling Point Specific Gra... ity IH 2 0 :: 11 Initial F 0,97 Vapor Pressure 70 0 FI M«!1t1ng roint No Data No Data "- Vapor Density lair - 11 Greater than E... aporation Rate IButyi Acetete - 11 one 111 No Data Solubility in Wet..- ph ".. Dispersible 7.5',ltis1 ' Appearance and Odor -. '"..., ' Opaque white liquid with a fresh citrus scent saturated onto towels,. SECTION IV - Fire and Ex losion Hazard Det8 "' "..,'. Flash Point IMethod Used) FlanvnabIe Umlt. LEL un None to boili ITCCI li uid Onl No Data No Data No Data Extinguishing Modla - Use carbon dioll:ide, dry chemical, foam, fog or water spt'ay. Special Fire Flghling Procedures - Keep containers cool and vapors down with water spray. ~revent rvnoh from entering sewers and public waterways. Wear SCBA in chemical fires, Unu.uel Fir, and ExplOSion Hazards None known.

107 SECTION V ' Raactlv)t Data StabiHt Unstablo Stablo x Incompatibility IMaterials to Avoid). Strong oxidizers and acids. Halardous Decomposition or Bypt"odu&ts - Conditions to Avoid N one known Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide hydrogen sulfide sulfur dioxide sm oke and sooi. Haz/M'dous I May Occur Conditions to Avoid - Nbne known Polymeliulion I Will Not Occur X SECTION VI. Haalth Hazard Data '1Z:UJ77_ l-l October 11, 1996 Routels) of Entry Eyes! InhDlation 7 Skin? Ingostion? yeo No No Health Hazards IAcute and Chronic) - Caution. Ma cause e e irritation. Cl;lrcinogonicity: NTP? tarc Monographs? OSHA Regulated? None known No No No Signs end Symptoms of E)lp05Ure - Redness, learing or burning in eyes. Irritation of the throat or stomach, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea if swallowed. Medicaf Conditions Generally Aggravated by bposure Pre existing skin conclitions such as dermatitis may be adversely affected by this and other oil and grease effective cleaners. Emergency and First Aid Procedures: Eyes - Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes lining eyelids to insure complete removal. See a physician immediately., Ingestion - Not a likely exposure route. If a large quanlity of liquid is swallowed, do not induce vomiting, call a physician or poison conlrol center imme dj~ tely. Inhalation - Unlikely (oute as liquid is impregnated on a towel, minimizing exposure via ihis roule. Skin None usually required. Material is designed (01 skin cleansing. SECTION VII - Precautions for 58fe Handling and Use Steps to be Teken in Case Materiel is Released or Spilled Caution, slip hazard. Wipe up small releases with a dry absorben cloth. For large releases, prevent material from entering sewers or drains. Ventilate area and block trallic. Pick up and pui. suitable container for proper disposal. Waste Disposal Method Consult local, state, and federal regulations. Discard empty container or offer for recycling or reuse. Precautions to be Tekan in Handling and Storing. Do not allow towel contact with eyes. For external usc only. Not for u.se around the'mouth or eyes lor an extenc.e d period 01 time. Do not smoke while using. Do not contarnl'hate water, food Of feed by use or storage. Other Precautions - Follow label directions &arefully. Keep away from heat sources. Keep out of reach of children. Keep container tightly seafed when not in use. SECTION V III - Control Measures RespUetOfy Protection ISpecify Typel Not usual! necessa. Use with ade uate ventilation. Use NIOSH/MSHA a roved res irator if PEls or TlVs are exceeded. Ventilation local Exhaust Not usuall needed S eaaf None Mechanical (General) Acce table Othet None Protective Gloves - Not necessary Eve PTatection - Not necessa Other Protective Clothing or Elluipment - Not usually necessary. WorklHygienlc Practices -

108 I'a&o! I or 4 l\iat"1i1al s,o,l'f.tv "... TA SnllZT MSIlS, 1l7llOO(l> 'YINDEX" MULTI-5URFACE CLEANER SPARKLING ORANGE ' Y,. Ill",,.-... '.'''''... ~... oa<f... A~ ~.... ",. ~ _".. n _.. ",,..UOUotIfCI 1.0 c. n ,,,,.,,,, O.C..., ""... _ ,....., 0_""...,_ "..,... ""... on,.,0, -~----OL:,"_'.'.O N 1 - P II~D~ ~ ':~~:::~~:.;.:~"::.:.:,:_:~.:_:":'";.~ '." _,... - """"""'" "' _ s r TlON J - I :"o'cilvj lif~yt LWOIl.\lATlOS. _ :... ~~... ~~ ~.,, 'c:::,~~-::::,'::::'~::""";,.--...'... 1 _,.,...,... "'-"-,,. 0.,-,.0 "... 00',CA:!'... "'0>_0',.,.... e.u. >1n''''1!._ ~- ~- - SECTION 1 _ HI':AL TIl HAZAIlUS 1D.~'''l' It1CA n ON (AI5o s..!:bt,' 1.1 ) ".

109 L.VV-.) U. ':1-,) r'1\\.tc. 01 J.J. BY EXPOSURE SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES : , rre CONTAcr SKIN CONTACT.... INHALATION INGESTION Rinse with plenty of water. If irritation develops, get medical attention. Wash contaminated area with water and soap. If irritation develops, get m~dical attention. Remove to fresh air. Do not:'adminieter anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Seek immediate medical attention. : Y..

110 M"TKRIAL SAFEn' PATA 5111:1."T "-" 1 Of ~ MSUS, U7llOOlJ -VINDEX MULTI-SURFACE CLEANER SPARKLING ORANGE. SECTIOS J _ n JU:.0.1\1) EXI'LOSION 1.",."'OJI..\IATIOS.....,... "" <lob, ".,!I"O' 1=1 ll_... _... noah... _,.... t... _ ~hu... _~<old.. _,,_,... _...,... l~, lou'".--.,.. <IrY... _......,,,. 0'_' "n fi... p'''' ' IT. _... _... PH... _ _. _", _... _""''' _... _... 0> """' ,",,,... SECTIOS 6 PIIJ;IlVlo'TIVI! IUtJ., A!lJ;: MEASlJlIj:S... ""..,... s :IV _ UdII '" CUlt..._t.t.t,..... C' """y. 'WI','U""" ""'""....',., """ """"... ".u,.~,.. _ ,.... _.b "'.".,, 1...,_ _... ' _... ~.r<.. S ~:CTIOS 7 _ H... "1)I.ISG A1'o'D STOIlAGI!...,.,... "",""""".... _,.t... 0' _.~ --_ SECTION I SrOCIAL PkOTECTIO."i 11'ol'"'OkMA'I'IO."i -_ 'p"'" """",.._1 _. _...."".1.1 """"'<> _ ,.,..._n<o _., _ ooq.o.._......, _... <-0 " _", _or'... _/"'0. -../_... -_. -- S~Cl'ION 9 rhysicai....,d CIII'~'IIC"', 1 J( O~~M nl'..'i :~~~.:,~'~. ~.. "" ",... "-'0<, ,."" _'"'... "",...._ ".'_11._ obl,.,,...-,.,,_, Ton',,''''

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114 -.(.".... lor 4 VINDEX. - BLUE "Ole _: I O~ torl OOJ ~ tat IUUAI. SAfT.fV DATA SlI ET MSDS, Ll/iOOM! n..u:ii..,.. " U>'cl ITccI "'t' 0" tlii _ I..._, " L ~..._" ti lo.i..._... DO' """,.... _ ,."'''.~lo.. ~._"&Iol. ~ "'" o.y ""-'-' _. "... u.. p...,,, ""... _ _... _""" _0.. _... 0"""", - ",_. _..., Un sttno :-: 6 I'I<F.VU''''!~r. REl.f.A.SF. MEASURES ftdo rn _ Tug no 0.,. _"'om ao. ~ _... on I.. ".!,., _. _... p"" ~... Wi...u... Or..u _.. _..., _... _ ""... _... ~.rl.. SECTION 7 H,,"~DI.lSG "''''' ~"TO IIAGK... t.,......, SECno1'i s n :CIAL rrotu'-!101'i L"ftJlt.\tATIOS _-".. -,.,... _d_....._101 _... I _... p... 0."... _,... _,,_ _. OG.,._.... _ """". I... _.. _.. _jor _..., _loloj. _./... n ----SECTIOI' 9. PIIYSLCAL AND CHKlItiCAL PR O~ KTI S '-,,.... "~., -., _u... ~lo.....,._11_ i... U, ;1....,..... _.,_... _ 111,.,,

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117 Material Safety Data Sheet = Section 1: Product & Company Identification Product Name: CRe Glass & Dash 1M Cleaner (Aerosol) Product Number (s): Manufactured By: CRG Industries, Inc. 885 Louis Drive Wanninster, PA WVNt.aandustries.com General Information Technical Assistance Customer Service r Emergency (CHEMTREC) (215) (800) (800) (800) Section 2: Hazards Identification Emergency Overview Appearance & Odor: Clear liquid, ammonia odor CAUTION May Cause Eye Irritation. Contents under Pressure. As defined by OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, this product is hazardous.. Potential Health Effects: EYE: SKIN: INHALATION: INGESTION: CHRONIC EFFECTS: TARGET ORGANS: May cause mild irritation induding redness and burning. No adverse effects expected for a single exposure. Prolonged or repeated contact can cause Irritation and defatting of the skin. Inhalation of a small amount is not expected to cause health effects. Prolonged exposure may cause dizziness or throat irritation. Ingestion of a small amount is not expected to cause health etreets. Ingestion of a larger amount may cause irritation to gastrointestinal tract as well as more severe health effects induding blood disorders. None known By ingestion: Blood, liver, kidneys. Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: Pte-existing skin or eye disorders See Section 11 for toxicology and carcinogenicity information on product ingredients. Page 1 of 6

118 ,. Product Name: ere Glass & Dash"" Cleaner (Aerosol), Product Number (s): Section 3: Composition/Information on Ingredients I[ COMPONENT JI I I CAS NUMBER % by Wt. Water I Ii I 2-ButoxyethanoJ I Ii I I[ Ammooium hydroxide solution I II liquefied Petroleum Gas II I II Section 4: First Aid Measures Eye Contact: Skin Contact: Inhalation: Ingestion: Note to Physicians: Immediately nush with plenty of water for 15 minutes, Call a physician jf irritation persists. Remove contaminated dothing and wash affected area with soap and waler. Call a physician if irritation persists. Wash contaminated doth in!) prior to fe-use. Remove person 10 fresh air. Keep person calm. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult give oxygen. Call a physician. Do nollnduce vomiting. Calt a physician. This product contains 2-Butoxyethanol which, if ingested in significant quantities, may result in red blood cell hemolysis. Section 5: FIre-Fighting Measures Flammable Properties: This product is non-flammable in accordance with aerosol flammability definitions (16 CFR (c)(6)). Flash Point Autoignition Temperature: None None Upper Explosive limit: Lower Explosive limit: ND ND Suitable Extinguishing Media: Products of Combustion: Protection of Fire-Fighters: Use extinguishing agents appropriate fof surrounding fire. None Firefighters should wear self-contained, Nl0SH-approved bf'ealhing apparatus for protection against suffocation and possible toxic decomposition products. Proper eye and skin protection should be provided. Use water spray to keep fire-exposed containers cool and to knock down vapors which may result from product decomposition. Section 6: Accidental Release Measures Personal Precautions: Use personal protection recommended in SecUon 8. Pagt:! uf6

119 Product Name: erc Glass & Oash llll Cleaner (Ae~osol) Product Number (s): Env;ronmental Precautions: Tatl:e precautions to prevent contamination of ground and surface waters. 00 not Hush into sewers or storm drains. ~ethads far Containment & Clean ~ up: Dike area to contain spill. Ventilate the area with fresh air. If in confined space or limited air circulation area, clean-up workers should wear appropriate respiratory protection. Recover or absorb spilled material using an absorbent designed for chemical spins. Place used absorbents into proper waste containers. Section 7: Handllng and Stor age Handling Procedures: Storage Procedures: Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with skin ond eyes. Wash hands after use. Do not expose aerosol coolainers to heat or flame. Do nol incinerate container. Store in a cool dry area out of direct sunlight. Aerosol cans must be maintained below 120 F to prevent cans from rupturing. Aerosol Storage Level: Section 8: Exposure Controls/Personal Protection Exposure Guidelines: OSHA ACGIH OTHER COMPONENT TWA STEL TWA STEL TWA SOURC UNIT E Water NE NE NE NE NE 2-Butoxyethanol 50 (5) NE 20 NE NE ppm Ammonium hydroxide solution NE NE NE NE NE Liquefied Petroleum Gas 1000 NE 1000 NE NE ppm N.E. - Not Established (c) - ceiling (s) - skin (v) - vacated Engineering Controls: Respiratory Protection : Eye/face Protecti on : Skin Protection : Area should have ventilation to provide fresh air. Use local exhausllo prevent accumulation of vapors. Use mechanical means if necessary to maintain vapor levels below the exposure guidelines. If wor1<ing in a confined space, follow applicable OSHA regulations None requited for normal worl< where adequate ventilation is provided. Use NIOSHapproved self-contained positive pressure respirators in low circtjlation areas and for emergencies. For nannal conditions, wear safety glasses. Where there is reasonable probability of liquid contact, wear sptastj-proof goggles. Use protective gloves such as nitrile or rubber. Also use fuu protective clothing if there is prolonged or repeated contact of liquid with skin. = Section 9: Physical and Chemical Properties Physical State: Color: clear liquid Page 3 of 6

120 Product Name; e RC Glass & Dash TII Cleaner (~e rosol) Odor. ammonia Specific Gravity: Initial Boiling Point: F Freezing Point: - 30 F Vapor Pressure: NO Vapor Density: > 1 (air ::; 1) Evaporation Rate: < 1 (ether ::; 1) Solubility: soluble in water ph: 9.7 Volatile Organic Compounds: wt %: glb: 113 Product Number (0): Ibs.lgal: 0.94 Section 10: Stability and Reactivity Stability: Stable Conditions to Avoid: Incompatible Materials: Keep away from heal, direct sunlight, open flames or sparks. Dropping of containers may cause bursting. Strong oxidizers Hazardous Decomposition Products: Possibiti ty of Hazardous Reactions: Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide No Section 11: Toxicological Information Long term toxicological stu dies have not been conducted for this product. The following information is available for components of this product. ACUTE EFFECTS Component Test Species 2-Butoxyethanot 2-Butoxyethanol 2-8uloxyethanol LC50 L050 LD ppmj4h 470 mg/kg 220 mg/kg InharaHon Oral Dermal Ra' Rat Rabbit CHRONIC EFFECTS Carcinogenicity: OSHA: IARC: NTP: Mutagenidty: Oth er: Component None listed None tisted None listed No information No information Section 12: Ecological Information Ecological studies have not been conducted for this product. The following information is available fof components of this product. Page 4 or6

121 , Product Name: CRe Glass & Dash TM Cleaner (Aerosol) Product Number (s): Ecotoxicity: Persistence I Degradability: Bioaccumulation I Accumulation: Mobility in Environment: 2-Butoxyethanol 96 Hr LC50, Bluegill sunfish: 1490 mg/t 24 Ht LC50. daphnia: 1720 mga. Ammonium hydroxide 48 Hr EC50 water Ilea: 0.66 mgil.. Readily biodegradable. No information No Information Section 13: Disposal Considerations Disposal: The liquid product is not a ReRA hazardous waste. Aerosol containers should be emptied and depressurized befol"e disposal Empty containers may be recycled or discarded. Any liquids should be collected and properly disposed. AU disposal activities must comply with federal, state and local regulations. local regulations may be more stringent than state or national requirements. Section 14: Transport Information Proper shipping description: US DDT (ground); Special Provisions: Consumer Commodity, ORM-O None Section 15: Regulatory Information U.S. Federal Toxic Substances Control Act asca): All ingredients are either listed on the TSCA inventory or are exempl. Comprehensive Environmental Response. Compensation and liability Act (CERCLAl: Reportable Quantities (RQ's) exist for the following ingredients: Ammonium hydroxide ( ) Spills or releases resulting in the loss of any ingredient at or above its RQ require Immediate notification to the National Response Center ( ) and to your local Emergency Planning Committee. Superfund Amendments ReauthQrization Act (SARA) TiUe III: Section 302 Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHS): None Section 311/312 Hazard Categories: Fire Hazard No Reactive Hazard No Release of Pressure Yes Acute Health Hazard Yes Chronic Health Hazard No Section 313 Toxic Chemicals: This product contains the following substances subject to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 40 CFR Part 372: 2-Butoxyethanol (glycol ethers category): 5% Pag.: 5 or G

122 Product Name: CRC Glass & Dash"" Cleaner (A.ero~ol) Product Number (s): Clean Air Act: Section 112 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs): None State Regulations California Safe Drinking Waler and Toxic Enforcement Act (Prop 65): NONE State Right to Know: New Jersey: Pennsylvania: Massachusetts: Rhode Island: , , , , , , , Additional Regulatory Information: None Section 16: Other Information -- NFPA: HMIS: Health: 1 Health: 1 Flammabitity: Flammability. a a Reactivity: Reactivity: 0 PPE: B Prepared By: Michelle Rudnick CRC#: 411 Revision Date: 3/8/2006 Changes since last revision: MSDS reformatted in accordance with ANSI Z The information contained in this document applies to this specific material as supplied. It may not be valid for this material if it is used in combination with any other materials. This information is accurate to the best of CRe Industries' knowledge or obtained from sources believed by erc to be accurate. Before using any product, read au warnings and directions on the label. CAS: ppm: TCC: PMCC: PPE: TWk OSHA: ACG1H NIOSH Chemical Abstract Service Parts per Minion Tag Closed Cup Pensky-Martens Closed Cup Personal Protection Equipment Time Weighted Average Occupational Safety and Health Administration NA: NO: NE: gil; Ibs.lgal: STEL: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists National Inslitute of Occupational Safety & Health Not Applicable Not DetermIned Not Established grams per Liter poonds pef" gallon Short Term Exposu(e limit Page: 6 of6

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129 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Section I: Product & Compllny Identification I}roducl Name: Braklccn Brake Parts Cleaner -Non-Chlorin ated Ilroduct Number (5): 05088, >,75088, LKC050~~ f\-hs'li> Manufactured By: ere Industries, Inc. 885 Louis Drive, Warminster, PA Hour Emergency Infonnation: CHEMTREC (215) (800) Section 2: CompositionlJnfonnatioo on Ingredients Component CAS ACGIH NUMBER TLY Toluene ppm Methanol ppm Acetone ppm Carbon Dioxide ppm OSHA OHlER PEL LiMlTS 100 pplll NE 200 ppm NE 750 ppm NE ppm NE % < 10 Section 3: Hazards Identification Emergency Overview Appearance & Odor: Clear, water-white liquid. Danger: Extremely Flammable. Vapor Hannful. Hannful or Fatal if Swallowed. May be fatal or cause blindness if swallowed. Eye & skin irritant. Contents Under Pressure. Potential Health Effects: Inhalation: Dizziness, breathjng di fficulties, anesthetic effects, nausea and irritation to respiratory tract. Eyes: Irritation Skin: Irritation, defatting Ingestion: NA Carcinogenicity: OSHA: No IARC: No NTP: No Chronjc Overexposure: Contact dennatitis. Chronic overexposure may cause nervous system damage. Medical Conditions Aggravated by Exposure: Breath ing problems. Section 4: First Aid Measures Inhalation: Eyes: Skin: Remove to fresh air. Give artificial respiration if necessary. Flu sh with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Remove contaminated cl othing and wash area with soap and water. Ingestion: Call n physician. Do not induce vomiting. --_ _ _.._ _ _._ _._---- Page I of3

130 Produ ct Nalll e: Braklcc n Brake Parts.Cleaner - Non-Chlorin ated..produ ct Nll mbl' r (s): 05088, \ 75088, Section 5: Fire-Fighting Measures Flashpoint: < QOF Method: Tee LEL, 1.0 UEL 13.0 ') Extinguishing Media: Hazardous Combustion Products: CO 2, foam and fog CO 2 carbon monoxide Fire-fighting Instructions: Remove containers from fire area if possible. Usc self-contained breathing apparatlls for fire fighting. Aerosol cans may explode if heated above J20 F. NFPA: Healtb: 2 Flammability: 4 Reactivity: HMIS: Health: 2 Flammability: 4 Reactivity: Section 6: Accidental Release Measures o PPE: B SpilVLeak Procedures: Usually not a problem with aerosols. Area should be ventilated. Absorbent should be used to pick up excess matcrial. All used and unused product should be disposed of in accordance with federal, state and local regulations. Section 7: Handling and Storage Handling Procedures: Store in a cool, dry area. Aerosol cans must be maintained below f200p to prevent cans from ex ploding. Section 8: Exposure Controls/Personal Protection Engineering Controls: Adequate to prevent accumulation of vapors. Use mechanical means if necessary to maintain levels below the exposure limits. lfworking in a confined space, follow applicable OSHA regulations. ) Respiratory: Use NlOSHIMSHA compliant respirators or self-contained breathing apparatus above exposuje limits. Follow OSHA regulations 29 CFR Protective Clothing/Equipment: Wear chemically protective gloves and safety glasses. Use a splash apron and boots if splashing occurs. Section 9: Phys ic.'i1 & Chemical Properties Physical State: Specific Gravity: Freezing Point: Evaporation Rate: ph : Liquid ND fast NA Volati le Organic Compounds:o/IJ: 70.0 Section 10: Stability and Reactivity Appearance & Odor: Boiling Point: Vapor Pressure: Vapor Density (air = \) Solubility: gil: 58 1 Clear, water-white liquid 131 OF (initial) ND ND Parti ally soluble in water. Soluble in most organic liquids. Ibs./gal: 4.84 ) Stabi lity: Chemical Incompatibilities: Materials to A voi d: Hazardous Decomposition Prod ucts: Stable Hazardous Polymerization: No Strong oxidi zers. Strong oxidi zing agents and sources of ignition. None ~ ~ ~ Page 2 of3

131 Product Name: BrakJce n Brake I'arts Cleaner - No n-chlorinated Product Number (s): 05088, 05088P, 75088, Section II : Tox icological Information..,ong-term toxicological studies have not been conducted for this product. See Section 3 o f this MSDS for acute symptoms of overexposure and carcinogenicity information. Section 12: Ecological lnfonnation Ecotoxicity: Environmental Fate: No data available. No data available for biodegradation. Section 13: Disposal Considerations Di sposal: This material if discard ed may be hazardous waste under U.S. EPA RCRA regu lations. All disposal activities must comply with federal, stale and local reglliations. Contact you r local or state environmental agency for specific n il es. Do not dump into sewers, on the ground or into any body of water. Section 14: Transportation lnfonnation Shipping Name: Consumer Commodity Hazard Class: ORM-D UN Number: NA Packing Group: Label: NA Placard: NA Special Provisions: NA NA Section 15: Regul atory Information rsca: All components arc either listed under TSCA or arc exempt. SARA Title Ill: Section 3 11 /312: Acute, Pressure CERCLNSlIpcrfllnd (RQ): Section 3 13*: Toluene, Methanol Mixture Extremely Hazardous Substances: No California Prop 65: This prodtlct contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects and other * Sec section 2 for percentage reproductive harm. Section 16: Additional Information Prepared By: Adam M. Selisker Date: December 27, 2002 Tccbnica1 1nformation: (800) CRC II: 581 F This infonnation is accurate to the best of erc Industries' knowledge or obtained from sources believed by erc to be accurate. Before using any product, read all warnings and direct ions on the label. CAS: ppm: TCC: LEL VEL: PPE: CDC; Chemical Abstract Service Parts per Million Tag Closed Cup Lower Explosive Limit Upper Explosive Limit Personal Protection Equipmcnt Cleveland Closed Cup NA : ND: NE: gil lbsjga l: RQ' Not Applicable Not Determined Not Established gmms per Liter pounds per gallon Reportable Quantity ) Page 3 of3

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134 ORDER NO: RELEASE NO: 001 MSOS NO: MSOS21991, BAR N E SOl S T RIB UTI 0 N NFPA: Health: 1 Fire: 2 Reactivity: 1 Other: ~ HMIS: Health: 1 Fire: 2 Reactivity: 1 Special Protection: Miscellaneous: APPEARANCE AND ODOR: EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: HMIS AND NFPA HAZARD RATINGS: CATEGORY: HMIS / NFPA PERSONAL PROT.: SPECIFIC HAZ. 'SEE SECTION B. SEE HEALTH HAZARDS BELOW. CONDITIONS TO AVOID: AVOID BREATHING VAPOR AND CONTACT WITH EYES AND SKIN. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS Target Organs: PRIMARY ROUTES OF EXPOSURE: INHALATION, INGESTION. Eye: Skin: Ingestion: Inhalation: DIFFICULTY IN BREATHING. IRRITATES MUCOUS MEMBRANE. PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT AT ELEVATED LEVELS MAY PRODUCE ALLERGIC REACTIONS WITH ASTHMA LIKE SYMPTOMS IN SENSITIVE INDIVIDUALS. Miscellaneous: MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE: PRE EXISTING EYE, SKIN, AND RESPIRATORY DISORDERS MAY BE AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE. CHRONIC (LONG TERM): NO RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF ACUTE PROPERTIES. ) **** SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES **** Eye: TEARING FROM EYE IRRITATION. REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. FLUSH AREAS OF CONTACT WITH WATER. ADHESIVE WILL DISASSOCIATE FROM EYE/EYELIDS OVER TIME, USUALLY WITHIN SEVERAL HOURS. TEMPORARY WEEPING OF EYES/DOUBLE VISION MAY BE EXPERIENCED UNTIL CLEARANCE IS ACHIEVED. Skin: PAGE: 2

135 ORDER NO: RELEASE NO: 001 MSDS NO: MSDS21991 IMMERSE BONDED AREAS IN WARM, --I SEVERAL APPLICATIONS OF WARM, BAR N E S SOAPY WATER. SOAPY WATER. DIS T RIB UTI 0 N PEEL OR ROLL SKIN APART. REMOVE CURED ADHESIVE WITH Ingestion: LIPS MAY BECOME STUCK TOGETHER: APPLY COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF WARM WATER AND ENCOURAGE WETTING/PRESSURE FROM SALIVA INSIDE MOUTH. PEEL OR ROLL (00 NOT PULL) LIPS APART. IT IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO SWALLOW CYANOACRYLATE AS ADHESIVE SOL IDIFIES UPON CONTACT WITH SAL IVA AND MAY ADHERE TO INSIDE OF MOUTH. SALIVA WILL LIFT ADHESIVE IN 1-1 DAYS. AVOID SWALLOWING ADHESIVE AFTER DETACHMENTS. Inhal ation: Notes to Physician: 1 **** SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES **** Unusual Fi re and Explosion Hazards: NONE. COMBUSTIBLE REQUIRING THE ABOVE PROCEDURE. Speci al Fire Fighting Procedures: FUMES MAY BE IRRITATING IF NOT BURNING AND REQUIRE AIR SUPPLY WITH GOGGLES WHILE APP LY ING LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER OR DRY-CHEMICAL EXTINGUISHER. Extinguishing Media: FLUSH WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER OR A DRY-CHEMICAL EXT IN GUISHER. Flash Point: 176 F. METHOD: TCC. Flammable Limits: Lower Limit: (%) LEL: N.E. Upper limit: (%) UEL: N.E. AutoIgnition Temperature: N.A. General Information: **** SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES **** Disposal: INCINERATE SOLID COMBUSTIBLE WASTE OR DUMP AS CHEMICAL WASTE ACCORDING TO LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS. ) RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE NUMBER: Spi ll s/leaks: N.A. PAGE: 3

136 ORDER NO: RELEASE NO: 001 MSDS NO: MSOS21991 BAR N E SOl S T RIB UTI 0 N POLYMERIZE WITH WATER. SOLID MATERIAL MAY BE SCRAPED FROM SURFACE. **** SECTION 7. HANDLING and STORAGE **** Handling: AVOID MOISTURE. DIRECT UV- SUNLIGHT AND DO NOT STORE ABOVE 25 C. KEEP CONTAINERS TIGHTLY CLOSED WHEN NOT IN USE. IDEAL STORAGE: 5 10 C. STORE IN COOL. DRY LOCATIONS. Storage: SEE "HANDLING" ABOVE. **** SECTION B. EXPOSURE CONTROLS. PERSONAL PROTECTION **** Engineering Controls: ENGINEER ING CONTROLS: LOCAL EXHAUST: TO MAINTAIN VAPOR CONCENTRATION BELOW TLV. MECHANI CAL EXHAUST: LARGE AMOUNTS USED TO 2 PPM. Eyes: SAFETY GLASSES WITH SIDE SHIELD. Skin : USE VINYL (POLYETHYLENE) NON STICKING GLOVES. Clothing: AND OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: RUBBER APRON TO PROTECT CLOTHING. Respirators: A NIOSH APPROVEO ORGANIC VAPOR CANISTER MAY BE USED TO MAINTAIN VAPOR CONCENTRATION BELOW TLV. Appearance/Odor: MED IUM VISCOSITY LIQUI D. **** SECTION g - PHYSICAL AND CHEMI CAL PROPERTIES **** TRANSPARENT WATER -WHITE TO STRAW COLORED LIQUID WITH STIMULATING ODOR. ph : N.A. Vapor Pressure: 1 MM 20 C. Vapor Densi t y: (AIR = 1): NIL -N. E. Evaporation Rate: (ETHER = 1): NIL-N.E. Viscosity: 100 CENTIPOI SE (MATERIAL REACTS TO HARDEN MASS FOR NON-HAZARDOUS WASTE). Boi ling Point: 149 F Freezing/Melting Point : FREEZING POINT: N.A. Decomposition Temperature: Solubility: IN WATER: INSOLUBLE Speci fi c Gravity: 1.06 Mol ecul ar Formula : Mol ecular Weight: Miscel l aneous: ODOR TYPE: STIMULATIVE ODOR. PAGE: 4

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138 OROER NO: RELEASE NO: 001 MSDS NO : MSDS21991 BAR N E S DI S T RIB UTI 0 N **** SECTION 15. REGU LATORY INFORMATION **** Regulatory Information: TSCA STATUS: EACH INGRED IENT IS ON THE TSCA INVENTORY. NSR STATUS (CANADA): SARA TITLE III : HAZARD CATEGORIES: ACUTE HEALTH: YES CHRONIC HEALTH: NO FIRE HAZARD: NO PRESS URE HAZARD: NO REPORTABLE INGREDIENTS: SECTION 302/303: NONE. SECTION 313: HYDROQUINONE. CERCLA RQ: N.A. NOT DOCUMENTED. Additional Information: N.A. =NOT APPLICABLE N.D.=NOT DETERMINED N. E.=NOT ESTABLISHED REVISION SUMMARY: PREPARED SEPTEMBER **** SECTION 16. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION **** PAGE: 6 THE END

139 '5osrn~\ MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET DC III Silicone Brake Lube "\ ManufaC1ured by: Adaseal International Inc POBOX )77 NEW JOHNSONVILLE, TN 371)' EMERGENCY PHONE: ~. '~IY~ r18(i I. PRODUCT IDENTlFlCATION Produel ldenlifia.tion: Silicone Brake Lube ChanH;.J Name: Grease Color: TfBnsluccnt wbite Odor: Odorless NFPA?folile: Health: 0 Flammability: 2. PRODUCT COMPONENTS COMPONENT Potytlimcill ),silo)qijll: Slliea, Amorphous Fll1Doo Dimclhysilollanc, hydfo:<y-lemundlod CA5# m-61-8 WT% }, ll 0 3, PUYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Physical foon : Grease Color: TI1IDSluccnl While 0d0J: S~ odor Speeific l.j Viscosity: NOI applicable Flce7.ingiMeJting Point: Not determined Boiling Point: Not <klenninod Vapor Pressure If! 2Se: NOI applicable Vapor Density: No\ applicable Solubility in Water. None ph: NOIlpplicable Volatile Content: NOI applicable ~c : The.bove informalioo is IlOl inlclldcd for usc in preparing product specifications. COOt.lct Dow Coming before writing spe:;ific41tioru. 4. FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA Fllsh Point (Closed Dip): Autoigoilion: Flammability Limil$ in Air: Extinguishing Modia: Unsuitable Extinguishing Media: Fire Fighting ProcedllTCS: 214 FI Not determined Not determined Carbon Diollide(C02). Water. Water fog(or spray) Dry Chemical. FOIIID. None. Sc:lfcontained breathing apparalwl.nd protective clothing sbould be worn in fighting fires inroiving ehcmjcal. Iflarse amount iii involved, CV3Cl.llte.rell. UnU Fire Hazards:None. ThennaJ breakdown of Ibis product during fir: or very high heat conditiodll may evolve the: followiag halmdous de«lmposition producl$: Sulfw"Oxides, Cuban oxides and traces of incompletcly burned carbon compounds. Silieon dioxide. Iodine eompomds. Formaldehyde. If conbiner is allllcl"05ol product: Treat as eomgcsscd gill: extinguishing medi. C02, Dry Chemical, Wiler Fog. 5. REACTIVITY DATA Stability: Stable IncompaUlbility (materia/lo (N()id): Oxidizing material can cause a reaction. Air or moisture Cluscscuring and Icetic acid vapors to fonn. Condiliorulo avoid: Expos~ 10 air or moistun: UfIlil ready 10 U5e. Hazardous decomposition producl$: SilicOflc dioxide, carbon dioxide, and trlcet of incompletely burned carbon prod. HauJdow Polymcriution: Will not occur ConditiOllS 10 A'I'Oid: Not applicable Commenl$: None. ~. ) BEALm HAZARD DATA Acute Ilgns/erredli of ovtrupoju~ : lllgenstion: M.y call$e gastric distress.

140 Tolticity. Product InfoT1nation Acute Oral LD5O> 10,000 M07KG Acute dcnil/ll LD50 Nonc found MGlKG Acute Inhalation LC50 None foulld. Skill COOlaCI: Uncured product con tact ",11 irrit.:llc lips, gum" tongue arn:l skin. Inhalation: Causes mild IcspiralOl)' irrillllion Eye COlltact: Uncured product contact Imtate, eycs. Medical cqndltions aggril'lted: NOlle!;nown Other: AcdJc acid re[ea$cd dunng cunng. Chronic e!tccts of overexposure: NOlle!;nown. Em~rgcnC)' fiol aid procedures: lngc:5tion: No first aid should be needed. Skin: To clean liam skin, remove eompl~te l y witb. dry cloth ()I" paper t o "~1 before washing with dcccrgertt and w.tu. Gcl medical attention if irritation dcvel0p5. IM, lahon: Remove 10 fresh lif. Eyes: In cast of COlltact, immediately nush eyes wilh plenty of".. ter for at least 15 llllj)utcs and gel medical,"entioll. Note to physician: None known. Other: None known. Ames Test: Unknown Principle routes of exposure: Eyu, Inhalltion Products/lng.redients: None kuown 1. SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Respiratory Protection: Use in a well ventilated area Protective Gloves: Cloth g1ovt:s. Eye and Face Protection: Safety g1nses. OIher Protective Equipment: None lmown. Vcntilation: Usc only in well ventilaled area. 8. SPILL, LEAK, AND DISPOSAL PROCEDURES Action to be taken if material is released or spilled: Wipe or soak up in an inert ma terial and put in. COIlumer for<tisposaj. Wash walking surfaces wit11 detergent Ind w.ter to leduce slipping hazard. Wear proper protectivt: equipmellt as specified in thepotcctive equipment section. DhFI Method: DiSposal should be: made in alx:ordancc with Federal, State, and Local Regutatioos. 9. SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS Prec.autioos to be taken in halldlingand stonge: Avoid contact " ilh skin and eyes. CAUTIONl Wearc:n of conlllct lenses IOI.ISI nol banciie lenses Wltil all sealant hils been cleaned liom fingmips; lesidual Silicone will tnlll$fer to 1en$C$ and cause severe eye inillltion. Produclli releases acdic acid during appliealioo and cuting. Use mechanical Vf:hlalioo 10 stay below T1. V of 10 PPM acdic.eid. Uncured product COllL:!ct irritates eyes UnclD"ed produci contact irritates skin. Use in a wdl veotiled area to prevml irritation by l'lpan. Engineering Controls: Eyewash sliitioos. 10. SHIPPING AND REGULATORY CLASSIFICATION DATA DOT Shipping Name: NOlle. DOT Hazard Class: None DOT Labcl(s): None EPA Hazard Class: Eye irritant. CPSC Classification: Eye irritant. Transportation Class: IMO None. R.lD(OCTI) None ADR (ECE) None RAR(lATA)Nnne NEPAlHMlS Clauilieation: Flammability I, Reactivity 0, Heallh 0 Additional informuioo: These dalllile offemi in good faith as typical values and 001 as product specificoltioo. No wamnty. eithe!" exprened or implied, is mlde. The ICCCOlllD1endod hand]ill8 procedures arc belel-oed 10 be generally applicable. However, each user should review Ihese reccommendations in the specific contenl nf!he intended usc. Rev 1011) 1

141 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSOS FORIJAT t.eets ANSI Z AND OShA I L{ r., t.( ;tylc SECTION 1 $ CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT CODE PRODUCT NAME MSDS REVISION NUMBER DATE OF PRINTING S2036CT (Aerosol) FAST FLUSH COIL & FIN CLEANER 1 April 15, 2003 MANUFACTURER INFORMATION Chem-Pak, Inc. 242 Corning Way Martinsburg, WV INFORMA TlON: EMERGENCY: (24hr) SUPPLIER INFORMATION Sosmetaf Products 2945 E. Tioga Street Philadelphia, PA INFORMATION: EMERGENCY: (24hr) Mfg. Part #: S2036CT Supplier Part #: ) 1 Water 2 Ethylene Glycol Monobuty/ Ether 3 Uquified Petroleum Gas 4 Isopropyl Alcohol 5 d-jimonene 6 Ammonia NIE NIE ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm 5-10 ppm 5-10 ppm <5 NIE,. NOfI6 Established SECTION 3 $ HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION EMERGENCY OVERVIEW POTENT!AL HEALTH EFFECTS HMIS Ratings: Health-1 Fire-3 Reactivity-O Protective Equipmenl-B EYE: Uquid or vapors may cause redness, burning, tearing, swelling andlor pain. SKIN: Frequent or prolonged oonfact can resuft in defatting and drying of the skin which may result in skin irritation and dermatitis (rash). INGES:T10N: Due to being an aerosol, procjuct does not lend itself to ingestion. Should ingestion occur, it may cause irritation to membranes of the mouth, throat and gastrointestinal tract, resulting in vomiting andlor cramps. INHALATION: Prolonged or repeated overexposure is anesthetic. May cause irritation of the respiratory tract, or acute nervous system depression characterized by headache, dizziness. staggering gait, or confusion. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED: Skin contact may aggravate an existing dermatitis. Others unknown. CARCINOGEN DATA: None of the ingredients in this product are listed with OSHA, farc or NTP 8S carcinogenic. MSOS S2036CT Rev. 1 chem"fmik1 It.IC. 15Apr03 - PAGE 1 of..

142 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET o.;sos FOP~~.AAT t. ETS A.NSI Z400.H991AND OSHA SECTION 4 $ FIRST AID MEASURES INGESTION: Unlikely due to being in aerosol form. Should actual ingestion occur, do not induce vomiting! Drink a glass of water or milk to dilute. Call a physician or poiso!) control center immediately. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. EYE: Immediately flush with plenty of clear water for at feast 15 minutes. Make sure to ffush under the eyelids. Consult 8 physician for definitive treatment. SKIN: Remove with soap and water. Continue flushing with water for several minutes. Use skin cream to counter resulting dryness. Consult a physician if im'talion continues or if large skin area is affected. INHALATION : Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Seek medical attention if symptoms persist or jf unconscious. SECTION 5 $ FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT: PropellBnt < 0'1' FLAMMABLE LIMITS: LEL: 1.8% UEL: 9.5% EXTlNGUISHING MEDIA: For warehouse and storage conditions, use NFPA Class B extinguishers (C02, dry chemical or universal aqueous film forming foam). SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Use water spray to cool fire exposed aerosol containers for containers can rupture violently from heat developed pressure. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Contents flammable and under pressure. In addition, when liquid or vapor oomes into contact with!fames or red hot metal, products of combustion will be created. Firemen should wear self-contained breathing apparatus. SECTION 6 $ ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES CONTAINMENT PROCEDURES: Product ;s an aerosol, therefore spills and leaks are unlikely. In case of rupture, released oontent should be contained as any other solvent spill. SPILL CLEANUP: Spills from aerosol cans are unlikely and are generally of small volume. Large spifls are therefore not normally oonsidered a problem. In case of actual rupture, avoid breathing vapors and ventilate area well. Remove all sources of ignition and use non-sparking equipment. Soak up maten'al with inert absorbent and place in safety containers for proper disposal. SPECIA L INSTRUCTIONS: Aerosol products represent a limited hazard and will not spill or leak unless ruptured. In cdse of rupture contents are generally evacuated from the can rapidfy. Area should be ventilated immediately and continuous ventilation provided until all fumes and vapors have been removed. Aerosol cans should never be incinerated or burned. See Section 13 for disposal considerations. REPORTING REQUIREMENTS: Spilfs due to the rupture of a single aerosol can are generally below any regulatory reporting requirements. However, ff larger spilfs somehow result, the reporb ng requirements of the EPA and other local, state and federal agencies should be observed. SECTION 7 $ HANDLING AND STORAGE Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. Avoid breathing vapors. Store in area below 120EF. Do not indnerate (bum) containers. Assure can is in a secure place to prevent knocking over and accidental rupture. Always replace overcap when not in use. For storage of pallet quantities, compliance with ANSflNFPA 30B is recommended. SECTION 8 S EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION EXPOSURE GUIDELINE: Since this product is a mixture, an OSHA or ACGIH exposure value is not available. In determination of any exposure procedures, protection or testing, use the lowest rated ingredient in Section 2. EYE PROTECTION: Safety glasses with side shields are recommended as a minimum for any type of industrial chemicsl handling. Where eye contact could occur, chemical splash proof goggles are recommendedo MSOS S2036CT Rev. 1 chem-pak1 INC. 15Apr03 - PAGE 2 of 4

143 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS FOfU,I"T t.eets ANSI Z AND OSHA ' SKIN PROTECTION: For brief confact, no precautions other than clean body-covering clothing should be needed. When prolonged or repeated contact could occur, use protective clothing such as Sol-Vex 7 gloves or other clothing impervious to the ingredients fisted in section 2. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Atmospheric levels should be maintained below the exposure guideline. When respiratory protection is required an appropriate NIOSH approved respirator (or organic vapor should be worn. If respirators are needed, assure compliance with OSHA standard 29 CFR ENGINEERING CONTROLS: General ventilation (typically 10 air changes per hour) should be used. Ventilation rates should be matched to conditions. Local exhaust ventilation or an enclosed handling system may be needed to control air contamination below that of the lowest TLVIPEL rated ingredient from Section 2. SECTION 9 $ PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES BOILING POINT... : Propellanl < OEF VAPOR PRESSURE... : No dala VAPOR DENSITY (Air=1)... : Above 1.0 WATER SOLUBILITY... : Negligible SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H,O=1)... : Below 1.0 PERCENT VOLATILE... : 95.0 % WI Max APPEARANCE AND ODOR.... : Clear colorless liquid with a citrus odor SECTION 10 $ STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY... : Stable HAZARD POLyMERIZATION... : Will nol occur CONDITIONS TO AVOID... : Heat, sparks, flame, red hot metal INCOMPATIBILITIES... : Strong oxidizing materials DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS.. : Oxides of carbon SECTION 11 $ TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION ACUTE ORAL LDSO... : ACUTE DERMAL LDSO... : ACUTE INHALATION Leso... : Ethylene Glycol Monobutyf Ether >4 g//(g (rat), Isopropyl Alcohol >5 glkg (rat) Isopropyl Alcohol >12 mvkg (rabbit) Isopropyl Alcohol ppmlbh (rat) SECTION 12 $ ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION This product has not been tested for environmental effects SECTION 13 $ DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS An aerosol container that does not contain a significant amount of liquid would meet the definition of scrap metal (40 CFR 261.1(c)(6)), and would be exempt from RCRA regulation under 40 CFR 261.6(8)(3)(iv) if ft is to be recycled. If contai(lers are not recycled them must be managed under af! applicable RCRA and state regulations. SECTION 14 S TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION DOT HM 1S1 INFORMATION Proper Shipping Name... : Consumer Commodity Hazard Class or Division... : ORM-D Identification Number... : none Packaging Group... : Label(a) Required... : none MSOS S2038CT Rev. 1 chem-pak1 INC. 15Apr03 PAGE 3 of

144 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSos FOR}JAT t. ETSAN SI Z ANO OSHA '" INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION REGULATIONS Proper Shipping Name : Aerosols, Flammable NOS Class or Division... : 2.1 Subsidiary Risk...,... : Hazard Label(s)... : Flammable Gas Packaging Group... : UN or 10 Number...,,: UN195Q SECTION 15 $ REGULATORY INFORMATION TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT: All of the ingredients in this product are on the TSCA inventory. SARA TITLE 111, SECTION 313: The following ingredients are subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of Tille III of the Superlund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 and 40 CFR Part 372: Ethylene Glycol Monobutyf Ether (15.0%) CLEAN AIR ACT (eaa): The following ingredients appear on the list of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP ~ 42 USC 7412, Tille I, Part A, p112): None CLEAN WATER ACT (CWA): The following ingredients appear on the CWA Ust of Hazardous Substances (40 CFR 116.4): None CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65: The following ingredients appear on the Proposition 6Slist(s): None CANADIAN WORKPLACE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMA non SYSTEM (WHMIS): The following ingredienls are listed: Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether, Isopropyl Alcohol, Acetone, LPG No other data available SECTION 16 $ OTHER INFORMATION \ MSDS S2036CT Rev. 1 ctlem-pek1 INC. 1SApr03 PAGE -4 of-4

145 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET HEALTH 2 I flatll'willlty REACTIVITY u P~SOHAl P TECI l OtI Section I CLEANER DEGREASER #377 tlanufecturer ' s Name SPRAY PRODUCTS COR PO RATI ON Emergency Telephone Number 8 ( 00) Address P.O. BOX 737 CHEMTREC: THIS NUMBER IS TO BE USED ''-'-''-'--''''''''----'-''-' / only IN THE CASE OF EMERGENCIES IN- ~N~O~R~R~I~S~T~O~WN~_P~A~~1~9~4 ~024 1 VOLVING A SPILL, LEAK, FIRE, EXPO- 1.6UI) SURE OR ACCIDENT INVOLVI NG CHEMICALS. "'!AROOUS tlaterial tle!criptjon, PROPER SHIPPING NA tle. HA ARD CLASS, HAZARD 000. ORM 0, CONSUM ER COMMODITY ADDITIONAL HAZARD CLA SSES CHEMICAL FMI ly NOT APPLICABLE FORMULA CLEANER NOT APPLICABLE Section II - Hazardous Ingredients/Identity Information - ACGIH TLV. ORTHODICHLOROBENZENE ,; TOLUENE , 100 MINERAL SPIRITS CARBON DIOXIDE, Other L i "i ts ReCODlllende<l, ~AR NIN G: Under Proposition 65 this product contains a c emical known t State of Cal iforn ia to cause birth defects or 0 her reoroduct i The e hann SUBJECT TO THE REPORTING REOUIREMENTS OF SARA TITLE III AND 40CFR PART 372. Section III - Physical/Chemical Characteristics Boil ing Point Vapor Pressure (~ Hg.) Vapor Dens i ty ( AIR :\< 1 ) Solubl llty ln Water... NEGLIGIBLE 230 F Specifi c Gravity (wllter :: 1) Melting Point. Appearance and Odor CLEAR AROMATIC / ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBON ODOR Section I V - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data Flash Point (Method Used) E~ t inguis hing tledia Special Fire Fighting Procedures unusua L Fire lind E~plosion 48 F TCC FOAM, C02, DRY CH EMICALS Hllzards F f verv[al ion Rate au y cetate:: 1).9246 flammable Limits LEL 1.0 UEL 8. 0 HANDLE AS EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE LIQUID. COOL CONTAINERS EXPOSED TO HEAT WITH WATER. USE AIR-SUPPLIED BREATHING EQUIPMENT FUR ENCLOSED AREAS. CONTENTS UNDE R PRESSURE. -

146 . 'Section V - Reactivity Data Sub; l; ty Unstllble Conditions to Avoid StabLe KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT, IncQIllp&t,bll1ty (l1aterlals to Avold) - SPARKS OR OPEN FLAME.<"" X DO NOT STORE ABOVE 120 F. OXIDI ZERS,. Hazardous OecolllPOsition or Byproducts CO C02 MAY BE FORMED DURING COMBUSTION HlIfllrdo\l$ "'ay Occur coodi t ions to Avoid Po yru:ruation NONE!lilt not Occur. X Section VI - Health Hazard Data Routes of Entry; lnhaliltilll'l? YES Ski n? YES Inges tion? UNUSUAL HeaLth Hazards (Acute and Chronic) REPORTS HAVE ASSOCIATED REPEATED AND PROLONGED OVEREXPOSURE TO SOLVENTS WITH PERMANENT BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE. Carcinogency: HIP? NO larc /1onograph? NO OSHA Regulated? NO - Signs ark! Sytllp'(O/Is 01 Elcposure HEADACHE, DIZZINESS, NAUSEA, AND LOS S OF CONCIOUSNESS. l1edi eal Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure- MAY CAOSE DEFATTING AND DRYING - OF SKIN. MAY IRRITATE MUCOUS MEMBRANES OF RESPIRATORY TRACT. OVEREXPOSURE MAY CAUSE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION. ~~~~ ~~~ ~~cedure s INHALATION: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. SKIN CONTACT: WASH WITH CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. EYE CONTACT: FLUSH WITH WATER RITATION PERSISTS, CALL PHYSICIAN. INGESTION: DO NOT PHY"Sl.CIAN IMMEDIATELY. - Ser;tion VII - Precautions for Safe Handling and Use IF BREATHING HAS SOAP AND WATER, STOPPED REMOVE FOR IS MINUTES. IF J" INDUCE VOMITING, CAL; steps to Be Taken in Case I1aterial i s Released or Spilled ELIMINATE SOURCES OF HEAT OR IGNITION - VENTILATE AREA. APPLY ABSORBENT MATERIAL TO SPILL AREA. \.IlIste Disposlll l1ethod ABSORBING MATERIAL OR DEFECTIVE CONTAINERS SHOULD BE DISPOSED AT RCRA APPROVED TS & D FACILITY AND ACCORDING TO FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS. Precautions to Be Taken in Handling and Storing EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE. STORR AND USE AWAY FROM ALL HEAT AND IGNITION SOURCES. USE ADEQUATE VENTILATION. HAZARDOUS WASTE NUMBER: FOOl, FOOS. Other Precllutions CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. DO NOT STORE ABOVE 120 F. DO NOT PUNCTURE OR INCINERATE. LEVEL 3 AEROSOLS. Section V III - Control Meas.. es Respiratory Protection (Specify Type) USE NIOSH APPROVED ORGANIC VAPOR RESPIRATOR IF VENTILATION IS INADEQUATE. Ventilation Local Ellhaust YES Mechanical (General> IF REQUIRED NONE Protective Gloves NEOPRENE, IF SUBJECTED TO BXPOSURE. Eye Protection CHEMICAL GOGGLES OR SAFETY GLASSES. Other ProteCtlve Clothing or EquipMent I Special NONE NOlIE Vork/Hygiene/l1aintenance Practices ~ AVOID BREATHING VAPOR. AVOID EYE AND SKIN EXPOSURE. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

147 1'1 CfZ. Fl... tol.. '....'. ". - " ,, 1. CHEMICAL PROOUCT AND COMPANY Dl$CRIPTION He.;JIul: rlj".,ah'ii)i: C kllilr.twy: 0 Pl'ttWf'lal P,u,..,1ion (; Em"lIlne)' Tt l.phdn, Numbtr. (901) 495 0\4U cn'rni~ [1I00)4? ,.).) 2. bu\011111"~11cii $;011'"111 hy(i'''ltioo RS~ I:)IO-n'l OSHA H()WnJ y" V illi!{tf..ljc I """" ~I~,-_-,. ')., " ".' 1. PHY$JCAJ.. DATA Appearanc. Uld 0 1;10' ; IBollint Point[f): Vapor OOIl'lIyl"I, ): I,!~hl ll.een liqllio: butyl ",In. min "2 - Sp.c:iliDG... ~liy(9iml l : 1.03 Evapof.llon Rat'IE lh,,...,): OOI,",vilil. Solubility In Wi t,,: con,...",,, 4. FIRE Ind EXPLOSION DA TA 'FrUh Poinl(FX';'.,hDdl: 1lQI1Oi Aamm3bl1lly Limn.: oe>m\,)lly 'luii41... n:'~"'";:.:---- Eltllngui1hintl MIO I,,: wlll<!1. lod, cllo'" k;aiio... CO2 Spid e l Fir' fighllnll proudu,.,: Weal probtuiytt~. 5li1l.1lk.!'vw. 'licit s.hieid.110lllt\ilt ItM NIOSI'I "'II\."''''~' ' HoI k'.ont~ineclll(lhi\h l "!l flpjln'3h... CWI n' II-"' I'OS':cI tolitil',,""" with ot;'llt:r. U"U&UI' Hazllrd,: Sodium " rrin:" lde wiu rooe\ W; th '!(Ime metals 10 U.IIOIISI! AMlm.'lb11: hytl"~ l'!n 0". 2 bult»; y'uiiidpi v" por:s Nt hoolyillf ItlM III, 5. REACTfYlTY DA TA Stability Oa'.: Cortdl!ion a to AVOid ; Ineo mplhbllily: Hau,dou" Oteo",poalt IO" Product.. : noroe --"'''''''''=.::;.'''''''.:; IWyh tr"'ij'tfilmc!l F.trllflo.,eilh.-.--., ~,..~-~ _ _

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149 / MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET "celion ) : Product & Company Identificati on?roduct Name: White Lithium Grease Aerosol Produd Number ($): I ;U/J- /3 I CRC05037 I" I M:mufacturcd By: ere Industries, Inc. 885 Louis Drive, Warminster, P A Hour Emergency lnformation: CHEMTREC (215) 67H30l I (SOO) 424"930 Section 2: Composilionllnformalion on Ingredients Component CAS ACGlH NUMBER TLV Mineral Oil (heavy) "96"4 5 mglm3 Isohcxanes. 107"83"5 500 ppm n ~Hcxanc 110"54"3 50 ppm Propane 74"98"6 NE lsobutanc 75"28"5 NE OSHA 0'1lIE % PEL LIMIT' 5 mglm3 (..;,1) 17"27 I 500 ppm NE 27"37 50 ppm NE < ppm NE 10"20 NE pm 10"20 Section 3: Hazards Identification I ~ J I Emergency Overview Appearance & Odor: OIT-white viscous material, solvent odor. Danger: Extremely Flammable. Harmful or Falal if Swallowed. Conlcnls Under Pr~ uro. Potential Health Effects: Inhalation: Irritation of respiratory Iract., headaches, dizz.iness and central nervous sys em depression. Eyes: Irritation, burning Skin: Irritation Ingestion: NA Carcinogenicity: OSHA: No farc: No Nl1': Chronic OverexposUre: Medical ConditionS Aggravated by Exposure: Repeated overexposure may cause harm to Pre-existing lung disorden Section 4: Find Aid Measures No cryous system. Inhalation: Eyes: SkID: Remove to fresh air. Give artificial respiration if ncccss.'lry. Flush with large amounls of water for 15 minutes. Remove contaminated clothing and wash area with soap and water. Ingestion: Call a physician. Do not induce vomiting Page l of3

150 ,. Pi'otf uct Name: White Uthium Grease Al'rosor Protluet Num rr (3): Secti on 5: Fire-Fighting MeaSllres Frashpoint : <20OP Extinguishin g ~' fe dia : Hazardous Combustion Products: Fire-fighting Instnlclions: NFPA: Health: HMlS: HealtJl : Method: Tee LEL: ND cen. water fog and foam Thermal - C~ and carbon monoxide Remove eontaincn from fir e area if possible. Use self-coni breathing apparatus for fire f. ghting. Aerosol cans may ex abovc 120 G F. Flammability: Flammtlbility: 3 3 Rctletivity: Reactivity: o o UEL: ND ined ode ifhcated PPE: B Secti on 6: Accidenttll Relcase Mcasures SpilllLctlk Procedures: Usually not a problem with aerosols. Area should be ventilated. Absorbtt should be used to pick up excess material. All used and unused product should be disposcd of in tlccordan w ith fcdertl l. slate and local regultltions...._..._..._..._..._..._..._..._._------_._--_.._._-_._----_.._._+--_._ Section 7: Htlndling and Storage H:mdling Procedures: Store in a cool. dry area. Aerosol ctlns must be mtlintained below 120"F t prcvent" Ctlrt'J from exploding. Section 8: Exposure ControlslPenolltll Protecti on Engi neering Controls: Adequate to prevent accumulation of vapors. Usc mechani cal means if ne 'cssary to maintain levels below th e exposure litn.i ts. If working in a confincd space. fo llow applicable OS IA regulations. Rcspiratory: Use N10SHlMSHA compliant respirators or self-contained breathing apparatus a limits. Fo llow OSHA regulations 29 CFR ve exposure Protective ClothinglEquipment: Wear chemically protective gloves and safety gltlsscs. Usc a spl h npron and boots ifspl ashing occurs. Scction 9: Physical & Chemical Properties Physical State: Specific Gravity: Freezing Point: Evaporation Ratc: ph: Liquid NA NA NA Appearance & Odor: Boiling Point: Vapor Pressure: Vapor Density (air = I) Solubility: Off-white vi solvent odor 141'F (UUtial) NA > air Negligible in us material, ster...'; Volatile Organic Compounds:o/o: Ib..Ig,l: _._-----_._ _._ _._--- Scclion 10: Stability nnd Reactivity Sbbility: Chcmicallncompalibililies: Matcrials to Avoid: Hazardous Decomposition Products: Stable Strong oxidizers. Strong oxidizers. None _._-_._--_ _._--_.. _._ _.._._ _.. Hazardous Polymerization:....._-_..._..._-_..._...- No Page 2 or)

151 Produrt Name:, Vhite Lithium Grease Aerosol Product NUll) t'r (s): Section 11 : Toxicologiea l lnfonnation, ',ong-term toxicological studies have not been conducted for this product. Sec Secti on 3 of th is ~ I SDS for :"lcule symptoms of overexposure and CarCiJlogeni cily infomlat ion _._ _.-_._ Section 12: Ecological Information Ecotoxicity: Environmental Fate: No data avail able. No data avail able for biodegr:ldati on _._-_._--_._--_._ _._ _.. _--_... _------_._-_ Secti on 13: Disposal Considerations Disposal: This material if discarded may be hazardous waste under U.S. EPA RCRA regulations. All disposal activities must comply with federal, st.1te and local regulations. Contact your local or slatc envir nmental agency for specific niles. Do not dump inlo sewers, on the ground or in to any boely ofwllter. I r Secti on 14: Trllnsportation Infonnation I Shipping Name: Hazard Class: l...,bel: SI,ecial Provisions:.. Section 15: Regulatory Informati on Consumer Commodity ORM-D UN Number: NA NA Placard: NA NA Packing Grolll : NA TSCA: All components are ei ther listed under TSeA or are exempt. j i\ra Tit le lij: Section : Aellte/PreSSlire Section 313*: n-hexanc CERCLNSuperfimc! (RQ): NA Extreme ly Hazardous Subst.,nccs: No California Prop 65: 'nlis product contains chem icals known to II State of California to cause ca ncer, birth defects and ther * See section 2 for percentage reproductive harm. Section 16: Additional Information Prepared By: Adam M Seli sker Date: Septembe.r Teelullcallnform.ljon: (800) CRe #: 568D This information is accurate to lhe best of CRC Industries' know1edge or obtained from sou~s b 'Iieved by CRC to be accurate. Before using any product,. read all warnings and directions on the label. CAS: ppm: roc: LEL: UEL: PPE: coc: Chemical Abstract Senice Pam per Million Tag Oosed Cup Lower Exposure Limit Upper Exposure Limit Per.;onal Protection Equipment C1eveland Closed Cup NA: NI> NE: &'L: Ib!.Ignl: RQ: Not Applicable Not Detennined Not Established gram! per Liter pound, per gaoon Reportable Quantity P:lgeJ of3

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162 OROER NO: RELEASE NO: 001 MSOS NO: MSDS2470B! BAR N E S DI S T RIB UTI 0 N., Disposal: MATERIAL COLLECTEO MAY BE DEPOSITED IN A POSTED TOXIC SUBSTANCE LANDFILL IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL. STATE. AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS. RCRA HAZARDOUS WASTE NUMBER: F003 (ACETONE. XYLENE). FOOS (METHYL ETHYL KETONE). Spi 11 s/leaks: ABSORB LIQUID ON PAPER. VERMICULITE. FLOOR ABSORBENT MATERIAL. AND TRANSFER TO A CLOSEO CONTAINER. ELIMINATE ALL IGNITION SOURCES. Handling: SEE "STORAGE" BELOW. **** SECTION 7 - HANDLING and STORAGE **** Storage: 00 NOT STORE IN AREAS ABOVE 120 DEG.F OR IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR NEAR HEAT OR OPEN FLAMES. STORE LARGE QUANTITIES IN BUILDINGS PROTECTED FOR STORAGE IN NFPA CLASS IC FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS. **** SECTION B. EXPOSURE CONTROLS. PERSONAL PROTECTION **** Engineering Controls: 1 VENTILATION: LOCAL EXHAUST: SUFFICIENT TO MAINTAIN EXPOSURE BELOW TLV(S). Eyes: CHEMI CAL SPLASH GOGGLES IN COMPLIANCE WITH OSHA REGULATIONS. Skin: CHEMICAL RESISTANT GLOVES. Clothing: 10THER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: N.A. Respi rators : OPEN WINOOWS AND DOORS OR EMPLOY SUFFICIENT VENTILATION TO ENSURE FRE SH AIR ENTRY. IF IRRITATION OR OIZZINESS IS EXPERIENCED. USE A NIOSHIMSHA JOINTLY APPROVED. SELF CONTAINEO BREATHING APPARATUS WITH A FULL FACE PIECE OPERATED IN PRESSURE OEMANO. Appearance/Odor: ENAMEL COATI NG. MILD SOLVENT OOOR. **** SECTION 9. PHYS ICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES **** PAGE:' 4

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167 Produc t : OQ00201l\ SECTION 3 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION *** El'lFHGC"ICY OVERVIE l~1 ***: rlay calise flas h fir :.' or (~xplosio n ~ H EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSUI:;;E - EYE CONTACT: Liquid, aerosoh. and vapors ()'f thi ~t. pn:>dltct..:\r(;~ i..-,..-itali rh] a nd can cau se:.' pain, te,,ring,,..( ~ddenin t;j and s welling accolop,:'\ n ied by a s tinq i l1g sen sation and/or a f~2'el ing l ih.e th.."t o f 'fint'? du~:;t in the.: ~y P~ : i EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSUHE - SKIN CONTACT: C,;\ u ses '!.; I-:.in l.rl ~ it<:\tio n _ Al l f.:'rg:i. c ""Qi;l.ction f;' an'~' possi blf.~. Prolc.lnt;Jpd or repea t :.'d con tact can re.'sul t in dl'?f,;l.ttinq a nd d..-ying of the skin yjhich 1O,:'\y r,,-;ult in s k.in irritation a nd cje rrnatitis (Fas t!). EFFECTS OF OVE I:;:EXPOSUr~E - INHALATION: He a d ac h es ~ dizzine ms ~ nausea, t:it::ot::i' (O:~i.\!:;t:~c:I blood pre~s S \'Ir~~~ c h a r HJ ~S in tlp,:u'" t ratr.~ and cyanos i s may r(~5ult fn)f/l ()Ver - i::oxpo~:;u r e to v<::i.por or s kin (o:? xposure. Pro l ClrHJ~?d inhalatich1 rn ily 1:)(0:,' h..,\i,o moh,l. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - I NGESTION: Thi s material may be h c:"\/'"fnful or fa otal l or ~:; I:Jal1()WE~d. Irritating to mol.lth~ ttlroat and s tomach. EFFECTS OF OVEHEXPO S U I~E - CHROI-IrC HAZAHDS: P()ssible n~p l '"o d\.\c t ivc' h c:"\zanl,o PHII'lAf~Y CONTACT RDUTE(S) OF ENTf~Y: S I( I H CONTACT SKIN ABSORPTIOl-1 INGESTION H IHALATIO"I EYE SECT ION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES FIRST AID - EYE CONTACT: Immediately flus h ey(~~:; ~'Jith pltmty of wah~'r. Get medical ~ttention, if irritation persists. FIRST AID - SKIN CONT ACT: ior irritation clevelops or s k in with soap and water. Wash with soap and l",aho"?r. G!~t medi{:a l.:\tten tion persists. f~f.'~move con tami n at(~d cloth i n g. I,/Jas h Get. m~~ dica l attt:mtion _ FIF,ST AID -- INHALATION: RemovE~ to fn~s h air. If not bre.'at h ing, give a Ftificial res piration. If breath i n g is difficult, g i ve oxygen. Get : i o 'O/IH:~ diatf~ medical atte.'ntion. V\e ~.>c uers s hould put o n appropriate protf".o'ctive gear. Remove from area of exposure. If not breath ing, give artificial renpiratichl. If breathing is diffic ul t~ give oxygem. KE-~E~P victim I,o)a r m. Gf?t imm (~ d iate' mf~dica l,:\ttention. FIHBT AID.- H IGESTION: If s walloltjed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give victim <0\ <Jl.";\SS of ItJ,:\h~r or milk. Call a physician or poison cllntrol center i fllfll f:~d:i.at<'~ly. Never give ~' n ythitlq by mouth to a n unconscious pel'"'.:;on. SECT I ON 5 - F I RE F I GHTING MEASURES FL.ASH POINT: - q F LOWER EXP LOSIVE L IMIT: UPPER EXPLOSIVE I.. II'IIT: 1.0 i 1~~.8 ;:.~ (Con tinued on Page ::n

168 ," F',~o dltct: :53 F'n~pal'",:\tion Date: Ol/23/9El SECT lot-j 5 - FIRE FIGHT 1 NG f1easur~s AUTDIGHITIOH TEI'IPERATur~E: EXTINGUISHING l'1edia: WATEr;.: FOG DHY CHEMICAL C{)~~ AL.COHDL FOAI'l F OAl'! UHU!:llJAL FIF~E ",1. I r " At-ID EXPLOSION HAZAHDS: \J ~", pot'" s m.ox)o' -form ex plosive mi x tur ~ wi t h BF'ECI(,L Flr~EFIGHT:rt-IG PF-WCEDURES: Conlainer-s can bui l d up pn~ SS Lt n~ :i.-f expose?d to h~::>at (fire). As i l1 ;...n y fin~~ W(:?,,,,/," sf? l.-f -con'li;l;l. n E'd br-, <.\ t h inq <" pp i;\i, ~\tu!:> pr ~~;sltr ~ ~ - dem,,,nrj (MSHA/t-lIOSH ~l.ppr-()'.1ecl 01'" pq Lti vale~nt) a nd 1'1.111 prtj"lect.ive' qe,'\r"" SEC T IO N 6 - ACC IDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES S T EF'~:; TO BE TAKEN I N CASE I"IATEHIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED: Abso!'" b ~3p:i. ll witt\ j.ner t maleria l (e.g. dry sand O~ ea ~tt l), t tlen place irl a c h!mi c~l W,~!~tp conti:\l.n[:"r. SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE HAI.'-IDLING: Wa s h thot'""ollghly.. ~fh~r- h a ndling 8 BTm~AGE: Keep aw~y f~()m he c"\ t., s p c"\ ~k.s. and flame8 SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CO NTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION E I-IGINETF.;I NG CDNTF.;Ol.S: L.ocal co n t~ol a n y ai~ c()ntarnin an t s pn:)duc:t. ;'xh;."l Llst ventilc"\tion may b ~ n(~cf..'ssa ~ y to to within t h ei~ TLVs dl.l~in<j th~? u se 0 1' t h i.s RES PII,ATORY PROTECTION: A NIOSH/MSHA a pproved a i~ pll~ifying r-espilr,:\"lorwith,:\n or-gc"\nic vc"\por ca~t. r:i.dg e or ca ni s te~ mc"\y be p (~ ~mi ss:i. bl e under c.~rtain c il'"cumsta n ces IIjher-.~.:l irbo l'"ne concentratil")n s.:"re expected to ( : ~ xcee d EO'xpn ~; un:! limits8 Protec t ion provided by air put'""ifying r es pi~ a tor- s is l imib-?d. U,,-:;(~ a pos itive pn-~!5s Urf~ <..'1i r s uppli(?d r"(o-spir-atot'"" if tl "I('O'... [:O l.!; ~Hly pn"l(:,n"li",l for c"\ fl uncontrollf.~ci ~ (~l ea~j(~~ exposur-e levels a re n ot knoll)n, th a ny otl H?r circ t.tm,,-:; t,:l n c (~s "Jh(? n~ air purifying r-e. spi...,).lors m,).y not pn:lvide a d equi:itl? pl' ott-?ction. SKIN PROTECTION: Wh en?- contact is lil-:.ely, wear c h f?-m ical n~s i sta nt qlovps,.:i c:h( ~ rnic::c"'ij. ~; uil~ r ubb ( ~ r boots, a nd ch(~mical saff~ty goqgles plus,7\ fc"\c(~ ~; h:i. E ld ~ EYE F'f::OTECTIOt,I: face' ~;, hield" Wea~ safe ty glasses with side s h ields (or- g oggles) arid.:i OTHEf~ F'F.:oTECTIVE EQU IPrIENT: ltjh(~~e splas hing i s pos",si ble, full c h emic:c""l lly resistant pr-otectlve clothillg (e.g. acid suit) a nd boots ar-e requil ~e d. (Continued on Page 4)

169 SECT ION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION HYGIEHIC F'f~ACTICE!;;~ Ho Informaliorl. SECT ION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES [(OILING RA"IGE : F VAPOR DEt-ISITY Is heavier thim air ODOR : AROMATIC ODOR THRESHOLD : NA APPEAF::ANCE : LIQUID EVAP ORAT ION RATE: I s faslpr than Ethe, ~ GOLUBILITY IN H~~ O : S L IGHT FHEEZE POrt-IT NA SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 0.8:;20 VAPOR PRESSLJIi:E 40 PSI 0.0 i~ : NA PHYSICAL S TATE l.iquid VISCOS ITY "IA COEFFICIENT OF WATE I:::/OIL DISTRIBUTION: SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY COHDITIONS TO AVOID: Do not s tore abov(,' 12 0 deq. F. Kee p a way from 5pa r~:.s, pi lot I iqhts, a ndlol'" open flame ~:;. HICOMPATIBILITY: "10 Infor-m~"\tion. HAZARDOUS DECOI'1t="OSITION PRODUCTS: May pro duce h a zardous fumes whf-:m h ei:\t<:~(~ t.o dfjcqmpo ~. it io n. Fumr.,>s may contain ca r-bon dioxl.de and/c)!"" car-bon monoxich HAZARDOUS POL.YI'IEIi:IZATION: Will not occur LUH:ler norm.. "l conditions. STABILITY: fhis product. is s table! under flormal storage condi tions. SECTION 11 - TOX I COLOGICAL PROPERT IES SECT ION 12 - ECOLOGI CAL INFORMATION ECOLOGICAL INFOI;:I'1ATION: This product do(:? s not contain chlorin ated solv mt!:. or lea d. SECTI ON DISPOSAL CONSIDERAT IONS DISPOSAL. t'iethod: Dispose of in accordance with local~ state, and fecir.,>ri:, l regulation!;. Dc) not pu n ctun~ ~ incineratt"" or compact. (Co ntim.l.'d o n P a c..]e ~.\)

170 Pt'"odllct: OOOO:;:~01433 SECTION 14 - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATIO N SECT I ON 15 - REGULATORY HJFORMAT] ON u ~ s.. FEI)Er~AL. r~egu L A TI OHn ~ AH F[)LL()W~:; -- OS HA: Hazi:l.l-dm.ts by d( ~fi ll it:i.oll of Hazard Commullic<-"\tioll Standard (~~9 CFF, 191(Ll:?OO) CF.J:;:C1...A -. SN~A H AZAJ~D CATFGOHY ~ Th: i.~:; pl-oduct has bf.~em I""" P VieNf. :d ~"\ ccdrcjinq to the EPA ' H,,\7.ard CC\tE~g()ri(;?s' promulg,,,te d unde'r!3ect ion '!., 31 l,,, nel 31~~ o'f the S li pt-:? I" f llnd Amc ndmpnt. ':Hld r';:e ~""I \.I thch i:r.<;""iti[) n Ac t of : ( SAf~A Title III) a nd i s c()nsicjet'"e cj ~ under' appli c,,, hle definitions, to m(?~:?t th~~ f ollolljing cab;:>gorit?s: IJ'WJED IATF HEAL.TH HAZ ARD CHRONIC HEAl.TH HAZARD FIF",E HAZARD PF,ESmmIZED GAS HAZAI~ I) naf,a SECT IOH 3:1.::,:: Thi!; pr-oeluct contain s the followinq s ub:.:;t,,,nces s ubj e ct to the n "porting n~ql.lir etl\[mt. '!'j. o'f Sect.ion of TitlE~ III of the S uperfund Amend ments a nd R( ",:\ut.horiz <-"\tion Ac t t)f 1986 a nd 40 C FF< Part 372: CHEM ICAl.. HArlE cr~s NUf1f.1ER lojt /WT Xylene ' "Iethyl I s o- buty J. K )tone ::"). 4 Ethyl Benzene "7 ~ <. Glycol E thel" EP :.. ~) ME t h Anol " 1,- "',- -, -, '-,..,.. -,,-,,,.., LJ. U" STAT E r~egl.jl.a TION!:;: A!3 FUL.L.DWE) HE \lj.jergey HIGHT- TO-- I{N()W:: Th f.~ 'foll()winq mat(~ ri a l s are) n o n - hazardous, but an:~ among the top five components in this pl'" o dl.l ct~ CHEMICAL. NArlE --" Calcium Carbonate CAS NUP"IElEf"< 1.::") 1 7 -"6 5-<:"1 PEHHBYLVAHIA RIGHT Tl} Kf-.I()W: The followinq non- h,:\zal'"(.1ous ingr e di.~:? n ts an~ pl'"(~s~~nt in t.he product. a t IJ r 'E~a tp I" ~ t 1"1,,11") ::)/~: --" CH EMICAL NAI'1E C,7t :l. c i tim C,7t 1" bon,71 te Boy,:\ Alk.yd I~ ( ;:o~;i n A 1:: I'yl i.e r~e~';in CAS NUMBE},: ~' HA t-ia (Conti.nued on Page b)

171 Pr odur.:t: 0000:;:~Oi4::)::) Preparati o n Da te~ 01/23/98 '-- ~ SECTION 15 REGULATORY INFORMATION..J CAl,I F DF~"'IA PF\oPClSI 'T HH'I t.,~.i : WARNING~ The che mical( s ) noted below a l,d contained in tl't s prodll (:t~ are k.nchojn to thf.~ st,?te ~ of C,,\li'fornia to cause c,,\ncel'" or birth el E~ fe ~ct~; i:hlei othel" l~ppi ~ oductivf' h i.\n l\~... CHEt'IICAL. "IAf'IE No F rop() ~;; iti()n 65 chemica.l s ex i st i n thi s product... IHTcr::HATIOHAL. r~egulatlnl'i~ ;:: (.',n FOl..l.()WS -.. CANADIAN (lji-ii'118: Thi ~:; MSDS h,;1.'3 been pn:? pared i n c ompliancp vji.th Contn:J1,led Pt'"odu c t f~ ~q ul a t io n s excf-~ pt fo r u s t.~ of the it> hf 'adinlj ~:;. CAJ'-IADIAN WHI'lIS CL.ASS: No info r-fil i"tion,:\vailable. SECTION 16 - OTHER INFO RMAT ION I-II'US I~ATn-IGS - HEALTH: 1 FLAMI'lADILITY : 4 I~ EACTIVITY ~ 3 Pf~EVIOUS ITI!:;])!:) F-:E VISIClt-1 DA TE ~ 1~~/1"7/97 VOLATIL.E ORGAN I C COMPOUNDS (VDCS ) : 4.44 Ibs/qa l ~ :""'33 (Jr-arns/ l t lr~ 1 ~:i:i. /~ by \ljeiq ht LEGEND: N.A ~.- Not Appli ca b l e, N.E. -- Not E~; t <:"\bl i ~:; h ~d~ 1 H.D. The inf()t'"mation con t ai n (~d o n t his MSDS h as be~em c hecked a n et should be accur-,\te. Howev er, it i s th!:? r-espon sibility of the user to compl y t.-ji t h al l Feeler-a l ~ State, a nd Local l aws and regl1l ations. < Et-ID OF t'lsds>

172 " r7 (, '-1 ~ Material Safety Data Sheet The inlormation presented in these forms IS bel i e~ed to be correct and sufficient 10 meet the requirements of OSHA Hazard Communication standard (29 CFR ) cooceming worker's right \0 know The following material safety data sheet covers the hazardous ingredients associated with ftlofe Ihan one colo( aerosol product As per 29 CFR paragraph (g); whenever the hazards associated with similar mixtures ale the same, then one MSOS may be prepared to cover several products. This MSDS covers the following Aervoe aerosol produels. PRODUCT NAME: Survey Marlullg Paint Non Fluorescent Colors 201 Red 202 Yellow 203 Blue. - 'Green 206 ''''' "''''' 207 White 208 Hi Visjb~l!y Yenow 209 light Blue 212 Purple Fluorescent Colors 220 Red 222 Orange 224 Green 226 Yellow 227 Blue 229 Pink 230 RedlQI'ange MANUFACTURER'S NAME: Aervoe tnduslnes, Inc. INFORMATION PHONE: 775 7S2.{J100 DATE REVISED: May 21, Red 262 Yellow 263 Slue 265 Orange 267 Wh~ e 16 oz. lac. 270 Fluorescent Red 272 Fluorescent Orange 274 Fluorescent Green 275 Fluorescent RedJOrange 279 Fluofescen\ Pink SECTION I. MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION High Delivery Metallic 281 Red 210 Silver 282 Yellow 288 Fluorescent Orange ADDRESS: 1198 Mark Cirde, Gardnerville. NV EMERGENCY PHONE: REASON REVISED: Updated SECTION II HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS I SARA III INFORMATI ON OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE LIMITS HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS WEIGHT PERCENT loso SPECIES OSHA PEL ACGIH TLV & ROUTE lcso SPEC IES & ROUTE Hydrocarbon Propellant 1000 ppm llloo """ NI AV (CAS ) AHphatic Petroleum OIS~leS NI AV 300""" N/ AV (CAS & ) ""Hexane (CAS ) 7 13 Aliphatic Petroleum OisliDales 100 ppm 100 ppm NI AV (CAS ) 15 Non Fluorescent Colors Also Contain : Acetone 1000 ppm 500 ppm 5800 mg I kg (Rat Oral) (CAS 67-ti4.1) 5 10 Metallic enloll Also Contain : Acetone 1000 """ 500""" 5800 mg I kg (Ret-Oral) (CAS ) n Sutyl Acetate (CAS <4) 1 -:. 150""" 150""" 200 ppm N/ AV 1hc Hydrocarbon NI AV NI AV 1200mg / m' NI AV..AS ) """ 50 ppm (sk;n) 2870 mg / kg (R al-ora ~ N/ AV NI AV NI AV NIAV ppm I 8 hr (Rat-Inha) 21{IOO ppm 18 hr (Rat lnne) N/ AV NI AV 'Indicates loxrc chemlcal(s) sulllecllo the reporting requlfemen ls of section 313 of Title II I and of 40 CFR 372 NOTE : N I AP = N01... pplicable N I AV = Not AVililabte

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174 -- nul"! 2 ~)JG/AJ" t1j/aj+s H...,,""AO III TY j MATERIAL SAFETY DATA S HE ~T REA,(T IV ITY PERSO""l PROt ECTION ". U~!:!rl:rby.. nd c;, <> ORR-LAC ST AN DARD AND FARM IMPLEMENT CO LORS, ENGINE PA I NTS ~c ti o n I... h cturcr s H... " (OICrgN'CY lel~phone H<Jtaber,.~ ~~Ul ~:"t::""j_"'u::!. ;::c;:-_~ -=S~Pc:RcCA~Y~Pc:R~O~D~U:.:C"-T=S-.:C,,-O=R,-POOO-,,R,,-A:.;Tc.:I.:: O,,-N't HEM T R E C : T HIS N UM B E R 1ST 0 BE USE C "m P,O. BOX 737 pnly IN THE CA SE OF EMERGENCIES IN ~~~~...!:.'" tvo LVIN G A SPILL, LEAK, FIRE, EXPO '-' N"'O'-R"Rc:. 1 ",S"T",O,-Wc:.N",,--,-P,-,- A _I:..:9c.:4", 0-, f U R E OR A C C I 0 EN T INVOLVING C HEMI CAL' ( 610) ZAROOUS MATERIAL DESCR ipti ON, lard.(lass, IlAI AR O 10 tkl. OtTlQI( AL ItAZARO ( LASSES PROPER SIII PP Itf\> HAHe, NOT APPLI CAB LE ORM- D, CONSUMER COMMODITY Enl (Al fmily NOT APPLICABLE f OR"1tOT APPLICABLE ection II - Hazardous Ingredients/Identity Information pee,,. (he leal Identity/Common Ha_c( s ) - CAS W A(illt TlV ACETONE * TOLUENE 108~ 'nn * METHYL I SOBUTYL KETONE f ROPYLENE GLYCOL MONO METHYL (cant. ) ETHER ACETAT E NOT ESTAB I SOBUTYL ALCOHOL PROPANE RESIN AND PIGMENTS UNKNOWN UN WARN I NG: Under Proposition 65, this product contains a c emical known State of California to cause birth defects or oth r reoroductiv Other Li.. its R"c~ro o the. harm.....-subject TO J HE REPORTING REgUIBEMEIHS OE SABA T..I J: I Ii III A r.ul "OGFR PAR'" Hili,..... >ectlon III - Physical/Chemical Charactenstics Qi l ing Point 'por Pressure (- Hg. ~OLVENT.. ' PROPANE -43,7 F specific Grllvity (vater " ~OLVENT M I X M IX 149.8!lelting Point ~no V"NT Mil{ ' --"-...L.IU.9. % i'i.w.....a, n-.ll lLJl - 11 QJ' './Ipor O ~$ity (AUt::: 1S0LVENT y~{atiof\ Rate M IX u Y Acetate ::: 1) SOl VENT MIX..JL6.5.. ;olub,llty In \later SO LVENT MIX _ APPRECIABLE Ippcarancc and Odor CO LOR OF PAINT I. KETONE ODOR Section I V - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data,. f l esh Point (Kethod U s~) PROPANE F T CC fla-.ablc U.its PROPANE LEl 2,2 VEl!,9 FOAM, C02, DRY CHEMICALS ~. ia l f i re fi gh ting Procedures HANDLE AS EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE LIQUID, COOL CONTAINERS EXPOSED TO HEAT WI TH WATER. USE A I R-SUPPLIED BREATH I NG EQUIPMENT FOR ENCLOSED AREAS, Unusual fire and EKplosion ~lards CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE.

175 :tlon V - Reactivity Data 'l ity Unstable CQt'\ditiolu to "'void, rdou~ De co~s i t i on or 8yprodu(ts rdo\ls IItrl:atlOn. KEEP AWAY :'ROH HEAT, SPARKS OR OPEN FLAME. SUblt X DO NOT STORE ABOVE 120 F. " NONE CO, C02 MAY BE FORMED DURING COMBUSTION. l1&r Occur \lill oct OCcur ctlon VI - Health Hazard Data X Conditions to Avoid es of Entry: Inhalation? YES Ski n? YES Ingestion? UNUSUAL.th Hazards (Acute and Chronic) PORTS HAVE ASSOCIATED REPEATED AND PROLONGED OVEREXPOSURE TO SOLVENTS WITH RMANENT BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM DAMAGE. :inoget'lcy: NIP? NO lart ~raph1 NO OSHA Regulated? NO 's and Sy.pto.s 01 Exposure ADACHE, DIZZINESS, NAUSEA, AND LOSS OF CONCIOUSNESS. leal Cond itions era ly Aggravated by Exposure MAY CAUSE DEFATTING AND DRYING OF SKIN. MAY IRRITATE MUCOUS MEMBRANES OF RESPIRATORY TRACT. OVEREXPOSURE iuty CAUSE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM DEPRESSION..,', rgency' and st AHJ Procedures.INHALATION: REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. IF BREATHING HAS STOPPEl :VE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION. SKIN CONTACT : WASH WITH SOAP AND WATER, 'HMOV'" )NTAMINATED CLOTHING. EYE CONTACT:, FLUSH WITH WATER FOR 15 MINUTES. ' IF :TATION PERSISTS, CALL PHYSICIAN,.' INGE;STION : DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING, CALT, IYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY. " ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~--~~~--, ~ ection VII - Precautions for Safe Handling and Use :ps to Be Taken in C.se Kater;al is Released or Spilled ~IMINATE SOURCES OF HEAT OR IGNITION - ITERIAL TO SPILL ARE:A. VENTILATE ARE:A. APPLY ABSORBENT Ite Disposal "ethod ISORBING MATERIAL OR DEFECTIVE CONTAINERS SHOULD BE DISPOSED AT RCRA APPROVED, & D FACILITY AND ACCORDING TO FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL LAWS. ~~utiof\$ to Be Taken in Kandl ing ond Storing {TREMELY FLAMMABLE. STORE AND USE AWAY FROM ALL HEAT AND IGNITION SOURCES.,E ADEQUATE VENTILATION. HAZARDOUS WASTE NUMBER: F003, D001. her Pre~ution, J NTENTS UNDER PRESSURE. DO NOT STORE ABOVE 120 F. DO NOT PUNCTURE OR ~CINERATE. LEVEL 3 AEROSOLS. ection VIII - Control Measures spir.tory Protection (Specify Type) SE NIOSH APPROVED ORGANIC VAPOR RESPIRATOR IF VENTILATION IS INADEQUATE. "tilation Otecl ive Gloves loea l Exhaust YES l\ecmnicol (General ) IF REQU I RED EOPRENE, IF SUBJECTED TO EXPOSURE. her PrOtCtt 1vc Clothing or Equipaent 'rk/hygi fflc/"-intenance Prac t; ccs VOID BREATHING VAPOR. HILDREN. NONE AVOID EYE AND SKIN EXPOSURE. I Special NONE Other NONE Eye Protect ion CHEMICAL GOGGLES OR SAFETY GLAS : KEEP OUT OF REACH OF

176 1 P.01/20., SczalMastczr Produd Spczcificutions ;vj '1 flsphaltbindb Pf()cIUt:l N(I.: M For", Nu.: SM'I n,.ji,.(*.r: BlacJi,when dry " " ' : :'_ ~F -... "":...-, ~!~.,~: ~'~~rqtion: Surface must be d eanco of<lusr, dirt, and debri.'i.. " '.... : :_.~p.~,(.'qms: :.&ii.p.rf m{ng por hules' ilriqc to p,;ltchi llg.. Usc 1I1"tclial as is withollt tf illlliotl.. "'forp-rilil i itg ~paye'hcm surj~~p...ll..ur to 'dl~,)vlicarioi] of '-:9ariug! ~ ~) ihu c with 6 pan!! wuler (0 1 p:1rr.asp ~.l# t. ~. i l:li.le~. flppiicglldn:" Apply by brush, " I"eegee. or sp"y. "... '."":"... ':.,. ' f'., ' "..... (ropq.ftqlt'l: 'Stir before using. 'iempe rature!: I11USt be a~ove 5Uof borh cluring applicatiun and fur a, I'criodur iid~asi:'.2~f hour s after appl;"c;h i o~. Du liur ~ ppl y when rain is immincnt ur [oreclst. Kec:p [1"0111 frec7.int;. Close.container when!lot in usc.,., ".. ':"~. :..": '. ". ",EhiQR:;-(Jp:.,-'J... _. " _.: Wash ",..... tuols.... in. water.. L;cfure. ll1:llcri;u.jrlcs...,.. ~ci9.~im~ I<~l!l' OUT OF RI'ACH Of CHILDllliN. Do no',ake intom"'i),. If swallowetl, c,,11 aphy,ici,i,.. :;.:~~~~.t~y. : In case of cou:cac::t with eyes,!lush immediately with walcr for 15 IllillUles ami call 'a 1'.hysici.u When no[ in 'use,' keep conlainers tighdy dosed anj uprigh t to p r~vem lea.kage. (over)

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178 ..:: : MA'i"EIUA!... SAFETY IJATA SllEET (In t;.on.ll'li:uic~ with USIII\ Itcguhl.lion 29 CFft J 11\ 7,:1 1'1..1 COIIIIUIIUiC<ltiUII),,',- ", "C', 2.5~D &?uti! CaOlpbp:U Strc;cl fur Infot"lll:l.tiou: OSIlA ACGlIl Limits % ofj) r--=~c-,--: "",---"" '7:""--:-::C:-::-7~--,.,,---7i, (.) Iflu,calc 10,00 chemic,,1 subject \0 lhe rcpoi (illg I'cquil ell1enl of sectiun :l! J of SARA Tillc III s lid, 40 CFR l72 (Code of Fcuernl ltegui3tion5). (A chcmh;ai Or 'chemic,\! CR(C,gOlY listed by the ErA is 3ubjeq." to toxic chernical leleose rcportiug Ullucr the Emergency JllilllJlll1g liud COIllllnlluty ltight-tu ~OW : Act of 1986), There are 110 COnlpor:lcnl$ in the ronnuhhion that RtC vreserltly subject 10 lhis I r.eoortine reauirement. (J.J (OSHA.remlis,i\)[c E:<Ilosurc Lillli!) - Tliese lillll.15 C)(PICSS the I'CIII~;llt~,,"imulli nuloul~7n, '. ci.emien!,to'whlch R',iCrsoil Imiy be C}(poscJ, The conccntraliom; listed I cfel to :til IJOflle expostll c., 'as :,, ~t occur (",la mi'sl),,which ';s lllllikely 10 oco.lr wilh ll~is ' prodllc! in view (If irs Plo(lcltics alld iutcmled ' use, ('J,(American,Colirereuce, of,govcnllll c l~ialllldlls(rjai.11ygjen;sls' "~,o ld i.rmjt Value) - This valu~.. is exp"r~ssed ' ill patts PCI" luillioll, The TLV i!i the colicenlfation uf subslnll ~: e ill thc air that CIlIl be, ~~Ih,e:d for Live conseculive eight hour wurkdays (tio-hour wurk week) uy IIlO ~ l peo)lle, without harmnll elf.ecl's, '.,- (JJ The1 J.. V for n~p.llilll is jnlendcd for 111C!Jl!,!tI~ given on'wltch Ihis ~OIllP~!;;~~"h-c-a1-e~d~_ ---.-

179 SEIU1ASTER 1 P.04/20 J.).1n collsitleling the infomlaliun on the pi evi ul1s page, r~'l li c llli,'~~ls ; 'uti hygiene p rnc ti~~ be helprul in prevellti'ig "d... es-so "crith erfe1:i!: fur cxtullplc, (:.!,( PU!;UIC 1(1 JI!o:plmil lu lu il'i rullle:; unit be -minimized by using PJ'UH:t:live clolhiua ur dcvkcll allli skin coltt;u l1illnlcd w ilh n~ph a l t!';huuld vc wa ~h cd. At the 'relatively luw tcll1l'crntu,cs (600 - UlOo F.) nt which cluul!';ilicd Mplm!l i!: ~ Io,ctl. hnlh.llcti nml used, petroleum osphalt docs lull give on" fum e~.,the 110Sli'ibilily uf,i,tunal liurn~ li um hoi c liilll,j[icd Mplmll nets ItS '11 deterrent agnlll!;1 skin, t:yc, or illh!l\;uil)l1 expusure. 1"lcllllillcnl ul' ()cc(lj;iuluti skill I,;UIII;\I,; ( wilh. I)clcoleum asphajt is fl ul expected 10 have ser iolis health dtcels 8S Il)llt; A' good persollal Ilygicm: meia.suies such as Ihos~,outJi ne~ ill this Ma(c!la l SafelY 1)ala ~.I~r:.c follo,~y,cd,.. ~~~~~]!~~~~~f~'~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~1 wilh ', j " r or le.mperalu,~ above illlo layers of water over asvllldl The liu l c:xcccc.l the Other Preautions: Do not use wl,en, 10.. _-.. _... _--_.-... _-_. - --','.' IC used in coufiu ed sp(t".. cs, Aud mist is l~cl1e,.n t cd. usc Il lcchal,icnl velllil"lioll 1(1 must sholl lc.l,,, Du 1101 use :o<olvclils to remuvt!.. -._--_._--.- SEG110N IX. - D;scfa;mu reco'lluneliijaiious', nit'c.l suggcs.ijoll; coltttruiug tbi!' product are Lllln d tll)oil AlllnfOI"lJiDlioil",. teals, ]ilunlul'e l'i:r~r c u cc.", nntllor cnlcttl;,(jlllls. IH::1ie.vell. to b e Idinhlc, ')lie 1JI :lullrn[lnn~r IIInlu.!$ II~ gu~.. ti ~l ee, cxpressellll(' implied, as tu lhe nrtt cl ur usc, ai' the u rcly nwj lo.licity oc the product The intonunliou contnined ill slu!rt rnll ilul hr. tnlum ns the lot ll l 'Jf nll 11l o\rcti vc measure/! k.~.,-,,.,,. " _,, L,!!lo!.:!. h!!!,-,la!!!!

180 ;,, (... :.:t::.: ',;',.,... ~.. ' ;::~~:':~.": '. ';" ;.;.:,:;',:;.:.. ~;:. SEAL MASTER 1 p.elsn0, :. ', $eafl!1c1st4rpr~da~t $P9dficClliQnl ~, ~,'. " ;liicd (rackmast1lr Sqpremct p,oduc( No., M1050LForm No., SMT-13 ::;:::::::==::::===j.:,,, =, ::, :~ ; "~:::::'~. ::g".:::, ~,:,,,========:::=== ';,~ij~~~r:r~~n: CrackMaster SupreLne' i~ a b.o_t applied crack sealing niac1!~~:4. '"5p'eciall'l,l~.r~u1ated..'.:.:.for' direcriai"re meleers, Ir is hear stabi li7.ed to-withstand remperaf1.lres up to 550!?E wirhout expei:iencing ". ' degr~~dc)n_.. (J$..~ : -~~~e~ Supr~me ~ qesigr;ied. to. sea1. ex:p~jo~: joints.longi[udina1 and [ransver5~ cracks; join~.,.: ::,;',. :~~~rt :h)~ciett and asphaltic sht1ulders. 'and': ran"dbm cracks.... : '~ ~ib: 'P.1!I:'-a.tlon : 'Proper surface preparation will facilitate ~d cq\late adhesion and consequeritlt : tht. ' ~' ~ ~aii!i:i.~f!i. ~~face life of [he sealant, The crack muse be free from moisture, dust, and loose aggregate... RDu.ri~t or ~Witl; brushing arc: p~~(c:rred methods followed by a compressed air hear lance immediarely prior :. ro. ~eatmg-:the substrate and air terriperarure ' ~ust oc:above 4QoF., " "',...,""Catton': CracicMaster Supreme may be m~itcd in 'direct fired or oil jacketed keeues. CarefUily' inser~ smill :,.:.. ': : 'quari'rines of CrackMaster. Supreme and the plastic bag into the melring.equipment while the:agitator is".~: :~ ' ~" tiu~d~ 6f:f>T.~ad maien~hk.twljr[o avoid' splash back;' Afrcrthc iniciaj load has reached the- rct6m~dea" " ~. :-'. poujing ~mperarure (400 Fl~ fre:sh m~1.{eri;11 may be added [ 0 the melter as sealant is used, M~h only,. -.. e,l.tlugli"mateiial thai: will be useg (he same day, Apply 'm iuerial wirh pollr pac and squeegee.... '. ::~~;::~~,B..~~~~ ~ 1~. ~em.peratu"re o~ ~~~~:r,i~ to ~~~ 400 F. for application, Excessive hea~ ~':1i.d ~ ~~~~;; ~' ::.:~._. ::-":""ny~~~~ar i~ 'g~l in the equip.rnen~ ~r fail in j~!~~~s. A signifiea.nt viscosiry increase ~0f!1:panied ~y stringj'~'j~~f... ::~ signoils the approach of gelation, If this occurs, immediately remove the material from the meiter and..... dispose of it. (q~~on:" Pr~tecrive apparel is recommended with application of CrackMaster Supreme, The omemely hot ~~t~.li ai ~U ~usc severe: b.urns o~ coma~~~. s~n:.. 9S~ Safety Regulations require workers to weat: ili,~ following types of safety attire {see current OSHNSafery Regulations for additional information): Hard p.at wiehrucslueld;':long'sicricd shin: buttoiie CI - at : clie lwi-is~ heat resistant gloves; long, cuffiess pai:n's;:saft:ty ti::ie' :.' w~tk bo~ts. Make certain area around ke'ttl~ fs'cleai 'of all debris and flammable materials. AVOLd breathing : ' v~~s. Use with adequate ventilation, " '. i.':...:.--,... (Ov.cr)..,,'. ".

181 SEA\,MASTER 1 Width D<;,\ttll f..\!!!)!!lj..l.q!!julc:.l!kcj 31B" ". Jm" G.2 3fB? 112" " 112" ILl 112" 1" 22.2 '3/4:'. '...',., liz" 1, " 3/lj'l 25.0,-. " : ~.,....,! '~ c... :':... Rg;QJn."iiWijiJed Applicati9tt Tempemw,e...,... ; [-.. POW' Tenipe.cawcc It"mgc....._......_ S)UoE " ~h~wu 'HeadngTempcracun:... " '"... " S5 0 ' t ~ ~'.~ ~iie"tradon:, ( gr/5 sec.)..._ 'l:u. Sof[erung Point..., ,... 1 K51!F, j\ lin.. : ~.: '".. '.. ReSiliency.' U%..."'.... ("~ '" 111. D:6,q.~ :..(}I!r:.:;"'...".."'...,..., I l :l.itt rc ) - pass.,.. i '..'. ".., :' ~I?:~~~F~ ~~ ': ~y ' ry O~..... '''c ~+~~ e, C... omp::ltlu ' "ill' t ". Ol!'j'<llIU " 1 C.....,".~-.. on!.hi.! rcch",iql1 bun","".re bcl~ (0 l.c 1II,e.ntlsec"' I.IC, am].,,, j" ro,...ict! III r,oyldc I,.. ide for,prlfijht! SaIM..,cr. am n,){ nuke, nul dij~ i,...,h..,;,,, '''Y a(le nl OC" lepruc""livc III PI.ke.~1w'r"'n ' 1' nprcss or;",,,11<.i,. 1, cllnll!.. a ion. c'1uip,ncnt u,ui,.ed and olhff nt i ~bi (. ~IfC(linl:.nulu lre.li 1I.""nJ 0..' o:on(olllil ro p,oolu c t.~!(jo;.1l..,nj.nj, 1i.llilil110 rhe blj~ f o!,"cr of Ihu r",j.. u 1 n" CVcM 11,.11 ScaIM...'.,... be IlaMeror '"1 i"i'"1, lou 0 ' ol.,...,,,, cilllc! Jife(f 01 I I",.eti.l nr tqulpmcnt fu,nijl" d UI... 1.: f""'rd'1'11'm:l. SaIM~u, " <1)"J;lioll in Ihe,ublm'C'l1Ircn, hich 11.0 rrojllctf-o,c-ill1,,jir.d. ~CNI"CI.tc'. lftdcnt'hn. Inc.- - P.U. Box un- SanclcJlky. Oblu ~870 ".,:.'.~i.~~~ ; l~;.~~~ ~~I:'"~~.. I~. ~1, ri.i.hu le..il!nctj ::..'... '...' '.'!r l...., ' T "' "'.' I V".. ';' ['oml No.: S~fT I J Dale; 4",0;9

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186 'I, I,. APR : 04 SEALMASTER..,,., '..,. SqqlM"astvr ProdCKtSpeclfi(ations "" /1-1/ 0 1 Cr~ckMQster " PLY" P'odu" No": MI070L Fo,m No.: SMT-28 j... ii.. j. Pr~' Descriptlqn:: CrackMasrer PLn.t is a single component joint and 'crack seali~g c~mpounj speci3.liy formulated with asphaltic resins and syndietic polymer rubber. When melted and properly applie4 it forms a resiliem crack sealanr for borh asphaltic and cemeotanolis pavements. CC'aC'kMasrer PL'IM forms a lasring seal whieh r~ists cracking during summer and cracking during wimer, ' _'I.s.:: '~.r!lckmaster PL 1'M is' clesigne'd' t~,'seal expansion' j~i.ars. betwet:n concrete an~,asphaltic sholildcrs, and random cracks. longitudinal and transverse cracks.. joints ')Olnt, ~i.pa:rgtion: Proper surface: preparation will facilitate adequate adhes"ion and co:n~e"q~tly. "... 'dt~ ~ax:m;~m servi;;; ',life'-of the sealant. The crac'k must be free from moisrure. dust. and loose :aggregate. R~util1;g or wire brushing are preferred m~clwds f~n?,wing a compressed air heat lance immedi.arel.y prior to se~g. The sub5trate and air temperature must be above 40 P. The meitin:g ketde sh~uld. be a conve~t.ional all jacketed unit: equipped wit~ an...'agitatol"arid temperaniic control' device for both,material and heat transfer oil. Careful1y"insert small 9.~~:O,~~ of q,~c~3:s~e.r 'PL~ an~ ' ~~ p~.cic ~ into the melting equipmcm while die ~~t9r, is tucned:qff. Load material slowly to avoid splash back. After the inirialload has reached the recom~ended pouring tempetature (3aO F), fresh material may. be added as needed. Do not allow material [~p6'~we [0 ex~e.e~ 400oF. Apply material with pour por or pressure feed wand system.. M:elp~n:ly enough material th~t will be ~sed (he s'ame day. Purge material remaining in the meltirig kettle ',. _'lin.es: at.me end.: pf.each.seajing:opccation.: '., lnjportant: The tempem';re of the he>< transfe<" oil should not exceed 52S'F. Do not heat " " " C~ki\fas[ei- pltm above 400oF. Do not maintalri material at 400o'F for prolonged peri~ds ofti~e (6 "h0w;$). This could cause the material to' gel in me' e:quipmem or fail in the joi.nts. A significant- viscosity ina::ease accompanied by stringiness signals the- approach of gc:lation. If {his occurs, immediately remove th~ m!lj.e,rlal fcom the metter and dispose of it.. '.:.. ~~.~; "Pro,~.ec ['ve illpp~d, is reco.jp.me[).d.ed widt: :J.p~lic.acion ofcrackmastcr PLTM material. The." aucmdy'hot md,..terial will came severe burns on co~raa with skin. OSHA Safety Reguktio~ 'requfre workers to wear thc following 'types of safety attite (sec currcnr OSHA/Safety Regulations for additional 'l'nforrncufll3tion); Hard ~t Wit"edfitce shkiebld; lo~~ ~!~eved s~tt b lmon.e~datkthel ~clst; heat f =a1lid stan b ~ glovdes;.1 ong. ess pan"ts; scuety [0 war OOtS. lvj.ajl,.e ccrtaln area aroun en e 1S ear 0. e ns an flammable materials. Avoid breathing vapors. U:se viith adequate vencilation. '"..',. (OOtr) ",",':.. "

187 APR ' 05 SEALM8STER, "" " 1 P.17/20..,. Width 3ilt'. '. '''s'',".,', I' ' JJ f ~,. ' 1/2~' " " ih" j. " 0 "~.. ', '.:c-... '"314':. DcPlh: 3/8!,., iii" 1/2" 1" PougdllOOlinc;dfeet :3 12c.3 24:.1, 1'& ii'}.". 314" 3/4" 27.8 Recomine.oded Pour Temperature... :..... : F Maxitr:'~m Ffeaangtempe:~re...,.,......,.. '... 40QoF May;n;t~.Hcaa:[Jili~e... _... "... ~...." '... "... :... (; Hol:J.FS reiiettation (ASTMD 3407)..., Resiliency (ASTMD 3407)... 50% ".. Flow.(ASTMD 3407l mm SOf,~riitig Point tastni:d3:6).. ~ niin..'..' Ductili'Y, 77'F(ASTMD 113)...: em '. T';',iJeAdhes'ive (ASTMD 3583)...:...: %., V"' 7.375'F (AS'l'MD:3236)...:...,... 60± 10 poise.: iiii.l:20'.f i Manru.L.. ~ : ~;....,..... c.....: '...:... Pass. " SFilkCravJ'Y :... :... : 'Aspbolt Compaability Comparible Th... nlnncnu II\Ide on,hij 1~i:h"iQI b lllltlin.~ bdi(yario Eie Il'U e ~ri "d ac(udlc. and ' 1"1: inlcndcd 10 pto "icl: a guide (,u. PPlQvcd (OIUINc:lion pn.cc:;c#. Sc-caIMulcr docl;'n.,1 m:olcor-. "(II doc" k lllmonu any ~~(Rf or rcprcscnuliye fa "'ake Iny w_trlmy; Optdl Of impli~, ~n"l"d;n, l.hil IIIUUi.al D... d<malllhip. "'e:i.m(l. (OIllINerion. equlpmenl uliliu<t.. nd alher Yariables dfc..cw,g fesulu... all bcyoll~-ou1 wll1lol ~_,cr" "'lnn1"7 only din Ih~ I;II1lnhl mof!jft!:iilo product Ipccifiadoft.l :l.iu!. &riy lij<bili(j", me buycr or Woel of this p...l"... i. limiled ~o Ihe.rcpl'"1ncnl value of mr. r.mduu ani,. En "" CO'UII "'.oj1 Sc:UMuler- be IUl:.le (or.. ny injury. I~ or da.a:av. ltither di~ or incldmnl. spc<iu or wllkquauial; """",,,,,u..:ruin," in CIOMc<rio n ",ilh ldueriai Or eq..ipmml FUmilhed or Walk puform.:d, SnlMulc, lull floc. la,ti,... nner. be lid.l.. for Iny defccu. vui-uion. 0, d... ~ in condilion in the."bolruczu",.0yer whid. i!>.p,odum uc iruujjal Farm No.~ s~rr (/99

188 " ~K-~,-,~~ ~~. ~~ bl:.hli'ihb 11:.t< ". MATElUJ\L~AfETY DATA SHEET (In compliance with OSHA Regulation 29 CFR Hazard Communication) for InformadOD: %. (~ ' lndi~e tmtic cbemical subject to the repo~ r~~t of SectiOIl 313 of SARA ntle ll1 and 40 err. 372 (Code of Federal R.esulltiolU). (A. chemical.or chemical category listed.by the EPA is 'subject 10 toxic :cbe.mical j1:l~ reporting under ' (be'.~~gency Planning and Community Rigbt ~Tow KnOw':Act of 1986). niere are no components in the formulation that are presently subject to this 1,.,,0 - uirement... : '.. (lj ~ (osha. Pimnissiblc Exposure Limit) These limits express the permissible DlIIXimum. amoulll of a chem.icij to which. 'person may be 'exposed.. The concedti'ad.od$ listed refer to airborne exposure. as might occur (via mist). which is unlikely to o~cur with this product in view oftts properties and intended we.. (2) (American Co.ence ofgoverruncntal Industrial H)'Sienisti Threshold Limit Value) - This value is expressed in parts per million. The TL V is the concentration of substallce in the air that can be : breathed for five consewtive eight hour workdays (40-boUt work week) by most people, without harmful ' efil:cts,

189 , ' 1 P.19/20 I'. '.' {" explosion. apparatus.. using soud may carbon d.ioxide,.cubon monoxide. oxides strong I extreme to on:zp~l'e: vapors may cause irtijation to the lungs after repeated exposure. ' fo eyes-iday cause permanent eye damage. Vapora may cause irritation to the eyu. 'S'!iD:: May be a skin irrilanito some people. Not determined... -

190 '.'. RPR '06 SEALMRSTER 1 P. 2tV20.,. '.~ ~d F,nt';\idjJroeedure.s: ~liala~;. ~vc : to fresh: 2;ir. If breathing js difficult, gel medical attention. If breathing stops, begin" artificial ri::suscitatiorl rind SEEK IMMEDIATE ~R,GENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT. ~n::.:ifswai10we4;.do ' not.:induce ~offiituig. :it-vomiting begins. lower person's b~4 in an effort to prevent voinitus ftcim entering the lungs; SEEK IMMEi:JIA TE MEDICAL TREATMENT. Skin Contad: R~ov e contaminated clothing as Soon as possible. Wasil exposed skin thoroughly with waterless hand cleaner and soap and water. Tfinitation develops, consult a physician. In cases "suspecting ' borns, do 'not attempt to remove clotrung add SEEK EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT. : ~;I! : C9.n1,tcl: Immediately flu sh eyes with plenty of water foc at least 5 minutes and CALL A P.!l SICiAN,.. ~ lfon::.. Rydiogen. sulfid,e.gas (ti2s) is toxic by i~on. ( ppm): eye and respirator irritation. ' (25~600 ppm):' he2<lai~- (tqi>o :.pm):~~clin<ciousn";."d death. area possible using iro~ By ash.:oi her fine. ;dry aggr~tes. Recover of the product as possible, by mechanical means such as pumping. vacuuming, or stioveling. Residual materials slloujd be recovered by using. absorbent materl!ds. NOIHeeoverable. product'and contlll1jinated soils and other ma1eria.ls should picked up and placed in containers fof ultimate :disposal. Avoid washing. dminingj or directing.. must be in "50 is imminelu or to prevenf runoff Exbaust: lf us~ in confined spaces, and.mist is 8ene~ted. use mechanicaj ventilation to must -~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~!~:~rb~:~b.~.~~~~~~~.:n~d~!['ox;i~'i[~~o~r~t~h~'~~~ contained in this sbeet canuot be taken as the lum total of all protecti"ve mu5u~s...,. '.' TOT!=L P,20

191 :'WR ' 02 SERLMASTER 1 SealMasttr ProdudSpclCifn:aticms, 11 /0 'Z- CrackMGstcrr Product No.; MIOGOL Forro No.: SMT ',...,..,... _... ",PrOiil.. ct ' Pflti'i~n: CrackMaster'" 3405 i, a hor applied crack,ealing material formulated with.,. " -,.,..., ~. asphaltic resins and synrhetic polymer rubber. When melted and properly applied i~ forms a resilient crack sealant for bom asphaltic ':li1d cem~ntatiou5 pavements. CrackMasrer 3405 meers ASTM-D3405 and AASHTO M30J. CrackMaster 3405 meets and exceeds ASTM-DI190, AASHTO-MI73, and Fed, Spec, SS-5-164,.-' '"'..1 "... ;' ~c~aster 3405,is d~igncd to seal expansl<?" joinrs.longimdinal and' uansverse cracks. joints between: :" ConQ'~re and asphaltic'shoulders. and random cracks.., ' ""'.,.,. q " JoI~ :Pr.pCl~GtiGn: Proper sur~~~ p~~pa.mr..ion will faci1~tate adequ~;e adhesion and consequendy the maxim~.service. life of the: sealant., The 'r~ must be free from moisture. dw[, and loose aggregate.. Routing'or wire brushing"are preferrea methods f6uowing a compressed air heat lance immediately priot (0,seaIirig. The,subscrate and au temp.erature mus[ be 'ahove 40 F..;~: The ~~l~g kettle should be a convencional oil jacketed unit equipped wich an agitator and temperature contiol device for both material and heat rransfcr oil Carefully insert small quantiries of ~cer 3405 and :th.e plastic 'bag inco tbe meking equ.ipmenr. while the agitator is twned off'. Loild mate rial.slowly tc;j.avoid splash back. After rhe.ihitial "load has reached the recommended pouring temperature (390 F). fresh material may be added as needed. Do not allow material temperature to exceed 410 C f. Apply material with pour pot or pressure feed wand system. Mdt only enough material that will be w~d me same day.. P" "ge m3.t~t.ial remain.iog jn me melting kenlc lines at the end of each sealing operation. '~tgnt: ' The ttnipeti.ture of tlie heat tralisler oihnould'dot exceed 525"F. Do,not britt C,aci<M:ister 3405 "'" abpve,4000"'f. Do'no[,mainrain =ial.r,400?f fo, proloqgedperiods ofcime (6 hour,), This could "m,e'. ch~.~erial to gel 'jn: t~ ~q~pd.lellt"o~ fai l in the jomts... A significant viscosiry increase accompanied by,. sttiriginess s-j'gna!s'the'approach 6f:gdarion; If '"[his occurs, immedia tdy remove the material' from the melrer '," ii>d<lis...,p<j'c ' of,'t,, CqqtJon~ Pr~recrive app~el is recommended with application of CrackMastcr 3405 material. The extrcmdy hot :. ": : : ;:i-: riiateri~ 'wiu C'au.se stverc:' buths'on contact'with: skin: OSHA Safety Regulations require workers to weal' the'.. ', ""fii>u<iw;rtg"typesof,,fery, attire (,ee, current OSHNSaferyRegulation' for additional information);,hard n:d ll withface'shidd; long sleeved shirt buitol1ed at'the wristj heat resistant glovcs; lon~ cuffiess pants; safety tc work booe;. Make certain area around kerde is dear of all debris and flammable materials. Avoid breathing vapors. Use with adequate vell.tilacion.. ':,.. " ' '. \ :

192 . "APR : 1212 SE~STER 1 P.12/20.., <WHlth 2\(8" 3,18". Wt ttl" 3[4" 3/4"., '. ". : ", ~ 3/8" )/'}.. ". 1/2" I". 112" 3/4" Chemical CharacteristiCs PoundlioOJ;peal&et ' Re~~enc,1ed Pour Temperature... : F. '''-~ H.. ~ P.: ly.laxuh.um eanng.temperature ~: ~,i~~ H~ri~g l1~e... "... 6 Hours ~ ji<i".tioq (150;grI5'e<;J Max Resiliency... : % Min Fl'ow.. at P... : m Max BQn4; -20oF/SOO/o Ex,... Passes 3 <:ydes llond: O FIlOO% Ext.... :... :... :... Passes 3 cycle, SpecifiC Gravity _ Aspbol' Compatibility... :..... Compatible,....'" ' VISCOSIty ± 20 poise.....,.. ". -_.... ;,..., ;. Warranty TlIc mlh:ldcn~ rmdc on Ihil-UchniClil bl.lllcrin Ito:" bcl~ to bot (lllt.alld ac.c:1.lnr.fc, Ind ~I'" inren""'! t tl pravide..,uide ror approved.. :CI:I.~i1.Pu.aica,..~I:!l'.~cjOCli nor ~C;. ",or doa..if.~'-!~~t;!,~c ~!!r.a;~ntor rcp!e$amtivc ~nph ~n)"wo.mnty, ~p.~ Ot i~p\icd. ~nc;cm i nttbi, mlrcrm ;Q_Iknulish ip, wr:<lfhcr, COnJl'ruaion, C'C\uiprnmr utiliud all" orhtr YIliahla J&ctinc n:llllnr. uc III bqond our con"uol. Si:i&IMum" wuraiiaonlj ih~i Ihi fu;o,trw eoll~orf!\' '0: pjqdw::fspei:ifr:caciolu lad Inl1ialiinl)'to dl.c buyuor wcrof dlil produa is limiwi lo!htltp],umcnl vaillcor!he p,odll..:tollly. ln no ~1I1 ~hdl SealManer"' be U1bJc fgrjiiy inju'7" 101'5 o.dllnl{e. ritbcrdirc«or iru:i4n1w. lpcqol v. eom"lurnrial. ho_. ",pin&- in,annedi.. n... ith mlle,ial or tqllipmcnr fumphcd Of...,,", performed. SalM~re" di::a» nor, in any manila:; be liable for any djccis, ",,-rations 0" chance In'COn4i';"n in th~'''':'' 'nk'uteoyu which its prodlicu &lc inulin!. ~~ lftdcublft.. 10<... P.O. EhnI: nn $QDdchky. OhIo ~yrilht C Sc:aJMulQ"toou&oies, [nc, AlIri&Titf; rcki""'o'ui. Fonn No.: SMT-14 Olle: 4m

193 . SEFt..MASTER l ' P.13/20 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SUEET (In.compliance with OSHAR.eguintiotl 29 CFR 19 La: J H azard COIpmunication)." U,*l<l'ITl:rr,: Gr.ckM~"r)-l9~ ,... : _. Producl No. MJ06OL -,"... : % ", ;.. In~te 10 the J 13 CF.'R. j-'72 (Code.of Federal Regulations): (A chem,ical or chemical cnlel;:0iy lis(ed by tjle EPA is 'l!r.ibject to toxic cheinica1 releil.5e reporting under the EQJ.ergency Planning I1ml COllimunity Right-Too Know.Acl' of -1986). 111~tI are no components in the "forinulation that Rrtl prestmly rubject to Utis amount. which a penon may be exposed, The coocentrations listed refer to airborne exposure, 8S mist), which is tirillkely to occur widt this product in view of its JJfUPClties and intended.. ~. In piuu per minion. Tbo TLV' i!i lila. ltve con3:ecuiive ~ht.. hour workdo.ys. '(40-hour '. "llreshojd Limit of.subslance i.. lhe all Ihal C&l1 lie week) by most people, without harmful ""...,.". _. '~ ~ ".. '.-... ~.:.~..,.. c on; "..', ~I L.,.

194 ::JERLMR5TER 1 P.14/20 '0 explosiuu. solidto eyes, " ;,.'... Skin.: cause: 1I.te lung' afier repealed e.~posure. may caul!e permanent eyo damage. Vapor!> may cause irrilalion 10 Ihe. to some people. or other Nol detennineu. ", ' " 'ob' -.,...

195 SEALMASTER I P,lS/20 E~e'i'g.ency :1tnd First Aldhoc.edUre..o;: ". ~ Iiiti;ilaJ.ii:m: Remove to fresh air. IfurealhiliB i$ difft<:iiii, get medical n((i.:ii[;oll. If breathing stop!, ~eg i~(~~iiiclaj rl.:5uscitation and SEEK.1MMIlI">lA'l"E EMERGENCY MEDICAL TltEA1MENT.. lugunoll: lfswallowed, do 1I0l induce vomitlhg, IfvomitinK begin, IQ\~e l ' penun's head in nn ert(llt to prevent vomitus froll! entering the lungs. SEliK IMMEDIATE MEVICAI. Tlt l;al MENT. Skin Cont"ttd: Rt;lIIove cuntaminated clothitlg lls soon as possible. Wash expos~d s!tin thoroughly with waterless hand de:l.ner lind SOllp ant.! water. If irritation ucvelops, consult ("Ir physician, In C9SCS suspecting burns, du not attempt 10 remuve clothing ~ r ld SEEK EMEROJ::NCY MEDICAL TRE<l.TMENT.....E~ :Contltct: Inunediolely Jlush eyes \ViU, plenty of water for at le:l$t 5 minutes a.nd C,I\ I PHYSICIAN.. ~QTE : - Hytfro8cn suffide gns (H2S) is toxi c by inhalaticin, ( ppm): eye BlIll't::spirator irritation, w: beadaches 1000 III : ULlcousciuuSIlCS5 and death. ----_.-.. t A St~ ' 'F.O Be CR.C:::~~:::~~ area.possible u8iug soil, Dy ash. or other fine, dj'y aggregates. Recover as L Qfthe product 05 possible by mechanical menjls sud, as pullipiug; vacuuming, or shoveling, ResiduaJ nlateriills should be recovered by using absorbent materials. Non-recovcl"Rule product and contantwnlcd soils and olher matorials should be picked up alld viliced ill containers for ultimate t.lisposal, Avoid \Va~lung, clraiuillg, Of J;ret:!illg or (0 pre"ent of runorr... ~.., i..,'...,. '.: -..,...,;,... If used in coiuil\ed spaces, and mist i3 generated, use mechauicaj "elltilalioll to must worn al all times..... I telljj ~ litemture references, and/o r c:dcul:ltlons, 'I'll!: IIInllllfacturtr UI:I..ku no gnanlnlee., u.prc.ssed 0" implied, lis 1 \1 Ihe arrec' orun, or ni,. SlI.rl!ty nnd lo ~ icity Qr the prllduct. 1 he lnronnutioll collhllued in t.his li hccl C)\IIUllt be lllkcli lis (he!wm Ivl:tl Dr:111 Jlni~ec!ivt mtll!t,rts..... _. ~.':".,......~

196 ~ir-oh3 01, 13AM FROU-AOVANCEO ORA 1 NACE B , B75 P.02l07 F-076 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SECTION 1 - CHEMICAL PRODuCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NAME : ADS SPRAY -ON LOBRlCANT IDENTIFI CATION NUMBER: FPRAOSSPRLOB DATE PRINTED: 10/04/01 PRODUCT USE/CLASS : SUPPLIER: ADVl\NCED DRAINAGE SYSTEMS COLUMBUS. OH MANllFACTORER: Camie- Campbell 9225 Watson Industrial Park St. Louis, MO EMERGENCY TELEPHONE: I0UR. EMERGENCY PHONE PREPARER : JLM, PHONE : 314/ , PREPARE DATE: 10/04/01 REPLACES DATE : 10/04/01. '..,. g-/ 4>/ SECTION 2 - COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS ITEM CHEMICAL NAME CAS NUMBER WT/WT % LESS THAN 01 02, ISOBUTANE MINERAL OIL MIST (from heat/spray) SYNTHETIC ISOPARAPPINIC HYDROCARBON PROPANE % 35.0 % 25. a " 10.0 % EXPOSURE LIMITS ACGIH OSHA COMPANY ITEM TLV- TWA TLV- STEL PEL- TWA PEL-CEILING TLV-TWA SKIN 01 NO INFO 02 NO INFO 03 NO INFO PPM NO INFO.. ;.-. NO INFO ' NO INFO NO INFO NO INFO 5 lug/m3 NO INFO 1000 ppm (See Section 16 for abbreviation legend) SECTION 3 - NO INFO 1 0 mg/m3 NO INFO NO INFO IlAZAROS. IDENTIFlCATION 1000 ppm. N.E_ 400 ppm NO INFO NO NO NO NO U. EMERGENCY OVERVIEW : KEEP FROM REACH ' OF CHILDREN. DO NOT PUNCTURE, INCINERATE, OR PLACE AEROSOL PRODUCT CONTAINERS IN. COMPACTOES_ CONTAINERS OF THIS MATERIAL MAY BE HAZARDOuS WHEN EMPTIED SINCE CONTAINERS RETAIN PRODUCT RESIDUES (VAPOR, LIQUID, liirn/or SOLIO). ALL HAZARD PRECAUTIONS GIVEN MUST BE OBSERVED. DO NOT Fr.AME CUT, BRA2E. OR USE WELDING TORCH. INTENTIONAL MISUSE BY DELIBERATELY CONCENTRATING AND INHALING THIS PRODUCT MAY BE HARMFUL OR FATAL. (Continued on page 21

197 m-ot-os 09,ISAM FROM-AOVANCED DRAINAGEI T P,03/0T F-OT6 " Product, FPRADSSP~UB Preparation Dace: ~O/04/01 Fage 4 SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMI~ PROPERTIES ) BOILING IlI\NGE ; F VAPOR DENSITY, Is heavier than air ODOR ; MILD ODOR THRESHOLD, N, D. APPSARANCE : OPAQUE LIQUID EVAPORATION RATE, Is faster than Butyl SOLUBILITY IN H20 NEGLIGIBLE Acetate FREEZE POINT : N _ D _ SPECIFIC GRAVITY : 0.768J. VAPOR PRESSURE : N.D. ph I!I 0.0 t, PHYSICAL STATE : LIQUID VISC:OSITY, COEFFICIENT OF WATER/OIL DISTRIllllTION: N. D. (See Sec~ion 16 for abbrevia~i on legend) SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY N. D. N.D. CONDITIONS TO AVOID: HEAT, SPARKS, WELDING ARCS, OPEN PLAME, STATIC ELECTRICITY, OR OTHER SOURCE OF IGNITION. INC:OMPATIBILITY, STRONG OXIDIZERS, ~.. HAZARDOUS DEC:OMPOSITION PRODUCTS, CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur under normal conditions. STABILITY: This produc~ _ ~~.stable under normal storage conditions., - SECTION II - TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES ' ) No product or component to~cological information is available. 1 SECTION 12 - EC:OLOGICAL INFClllMATION EC:OLOGICAL INFORMATION: No Information. SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL 'CONSIDERATIONS DISPOSAL M!!THOD: DISPOSE OF IN ACCOIWANCE WITH ALL LOCAL. STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS. SECTION 14 - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION ] DOT PROPER SHIPPING NAME: Aerosols DOT TECHNICAL NAME, DOT HAZARD CLASS, 2.1 HAZARD SUBCLASS, NONE (Continued on Page 5)

198 . APR ,14AM FROM-ADVANCED ORAINAGEI P.04/07 F-07S Produce, FPRADSSPRLUB preparation Dace, ~O/04/0~ Page J SECTJ:.ON 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES ] pressure MODE WHEN FIGI!'l'ING FIRES. WAT!>R FOG. KEEP FIRE EXPOSED CONTAINERS COOL WITH SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKE:N IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASW OR SPILLED: ELIMINATE SOlJRCES OF IGNITION & VENTILATE AREA. PERSONS NOT PROPERLY EQtIlPPW SHOULD BE EXCLUDED FROM AREA. STOP SPILL AT SOtlRCE - PREVENT SPREADING. AVOID INIlALATION OF VApORS. AVOID SKIN CONTACT WITH LIQUID. SOAK UP ON ABSORBENT MATERIAL AND PLACE INTO PROPER CONTAINER FOR DISPOSAL. USE NON-SPARKING SCOOPS FOR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS. CI.E!AII WALKING SURFACES THOROUGHLY TO REDUCE SLIPPING HAZARD. J SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE HANDLING: No Informati on. STORAG!>: DO NOT STORE ABOVE ~20F. DO NOT STORE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT. KEEP AWAY PROM IlEAT SDtlRCES, OPEN FLAME, SPARKS. DO NOT STORE ABOVE 12 OF. DO NOT STORE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT. SECTION EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PJ;:RSONAL PROTECTION ENGINEERING CONT~OLS: PROVIDE SUFFICIJ;:NT MECHANICAL VENTILATION (GENERAL AND/OR LOCAL EXHAUST) VENTILATION TO MAINTAIN EXPOSURE BELOW 'XLV(S). RESPJ:RATORY PROTECTION: IF WORK PLACE EX~OSDRE LIMITS OF PRODUCT OR ANt COMPONENT IS EXCEEDED, USE A NIOSH/MSHA APPROVED RESPIRATOR. CONSULT YOUR SAFETY EQUIPMI>NT SUPPLIER FOR RECOMMENDATIONS. SKIN PROTECTION: WEAR IMPERVIOUS GLOVES IF METHOD OF USE INVOLVES SKIN CONTACT WITH PRODUCT. CONSULT YOUR SAFETY Sl1PPLY VENDOR FOR GLOVE RECOMMENDATIONS. 1n'E PROTECTION: WEAR SAFETY GLASSES AT MINIMUM, MORE EXTENSIVE PROTECTION MAY BE NECESSARY DEPENDING ON HOW THE PRODUCT IS TO BE USED. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT " WEAR IMPERVIOUS CLOTHING IF BODILY EXPOSURE IS ANTICIPATED. CONSULT YOUR SAFETY Sl1PPLY VENDOR FOR RECOMMENDATIONS. HYGIENIC PRACTICES, WASH HANDs BEFORE EATING OR SMOKING. SMOKE IN DESIGNATED AREAS ONLY. REMOVE AND LAUNDER CLOTHING IF CONTAMINATEO. (Continued on Page 4)

199 APR-Ol-0l 09,!4AM FROM-ADVANCED DRAINAGE! T-915 H5/01 F-016 Produc~: FPRAOSSPRLUB Preparation Date:" 10/0il/Ol Page 2 ) [L~ S_E_CT_I_0~N 3 -_HAZ ARD S I_D_E_NT_ I_F_I_C_A_T_I_oN --J EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - BYE CONTACT: Cl\N CAOSE SEVERE IRRITATION, REDNESS, TEARIN~, BLORRED VISION. EFFIlCTS OF OVERIlXrosuRE - SKIN CONTACT: PROLON~BD OR REPEATIlO CONTACT CAN CAUSIl MODERATE IRRITATION DIlFATTING, DERMATITIS.. EFFIlCTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - INHALATION: IlXCIlSSlVE INHALATION OF VAPORS CAN CAUSIl NASAL AND RESPIRATORY IRRITATION, DIZZINESS, WEAKNESS, FATI~, NAUSEA, HEADACHE, POSSIBLIl UNCONSCIOUSNESS, AND EVEN ASPHYXIATION. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE - IN~ESTION: No Information. l!ffilcts OF OVllRIlXPOSllRE - CHRONIC HAZARDS: No Information. PRIMARY ROUTE (5l OF ENTRY : SKIN CONTACT INllALATtON EYE CONTACT SECTION 4 -.' FIRST AID MEA!lURES FIRST AID - IlYll CONTACT: FLUSH WITH LARGE Al'10UNTS OF WATER, LIFTING UPPER AND LOWER LIDS OCCASIONALLY, GilT MEDICAL ATTENTION. FIRST AID - SKIN CONTACT: TllOROUGlILY WASH EXPOSIlO AREA WITH SOAP AND WATER. REMOVll CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. launder CONTAMINATED CLOTHIN~ BEFORE RE-USE. GET MEDICAL ATTENTION IF IRRITATION PERSISTS. ) FIRST AID - INHALATION: REMOVE INDIVIDUAL '1'0 FRESH AIR. IF BREATHING IS DIFFICULT, AOMINISTIlR OXYGEN. GIVIl ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION IF BRIlATHING HAS STOPPED. KEEP PIlRSON WARM AND QUIET. GET MEDICAL ATTIlNTION. FIRST AID - IN~ESTION: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. GIVE TWO GLASSES OF WATER IF CONSCIOUS. NEVER GIVE ANYTIlING BY MOUTH TO AN UNCONSCIOUS PERSON. GilT IMMEDIATE MIlOICAL ATTIlNTION. ~ S_E_CT I~ON~5-----F~I-R-E--F-I-GHT--I~N-G--MEAS~.. ~.~gr~~~.s J FIASH POINT: -~56 F (PENSKY- MARTENS C. C 1 AQTOIGNITION TEMPERATORIl: N. D. EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: C02 DRY CHEMICAL FOAM WATER FOG LOWER EXPLOSIVE LIMIT,. 0.6 % UPPER EXPLOSIVIl LIMIT: 9 5 % CNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS, VAPORS ARE HEAVIER THAN AIR AND TRAVEL ALONG TIlE GROUND OR MAY BE MOVED BY VENTILATION AND IGNITED BY IGNITION SOURCES AT LOCATIONS DISTANT FROM MATERIAL HANDLING POINT. FOR AEROSOL PRODUCTS - EXPOSURE TO TEMPERATURES OVER 13 OF MAY CAUSE CONTAINERS TO BURST, RELEASING HIGHLY FLAMMABLE GAS. SPECIAL FlREl'lGHTING PROCEDURES: WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATllING APPARATUS WITH A FULL FACEPIECE OPERATED IN PRESSURE-DEMAND OR OTHER POSITIVE (Continued on page 3)

200 APR-OI-Ol 09,14AM FROM-AOVANCEO ORAINAGE HIS P, OS/07 HIS Produce, FPRADSSPRLUB Preparaeion Date: 10/04/01 Page 5 [ SECTION 14 - TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION ] DOT UN/NA NUMBER: lin1950 PACKING GROUP: NONE' RESP. GUIDE PAGE, 126 ADDITIONAL INFORM1\TlON:: FOR DOMESTIC GROUND AND :AIR SHIPMEN'!' THIS PRODUCT MAY BE SHIPPED AS A CONSUMER COMMODITY ORM-D. OUTER CARTONS MUST HAVE TIlE ORM-D OR ORM-D AIR DESIGNATION. (OUR ORIGINAL CARTONS ARE PREPRINTED WITH THE ORM-D DESIGNATION FOR GROUND SHIPMENT) SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION o. S FEDERAL REGULATIONS, AS FOLLOWS - OSHA: Hazardous by definieion of Hazard Communicaeion Standard (29 CFR ) CERCLA - SARA HAZARD CATEGoRY,, This product has been reviewed according to the EPA 'Hazard Categories' promulgaced under Seccions 311 and 3 ~ 2 of the super und Amendment ~nd Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA T~tle Ill) and is considered, under applicable definitions, to mee~ the following categories: IMMEDIATE HEALTH HAZARD FIRE HAZARD PRESSURIZED GAS HAZARD SARA SECTION 313, This product conca ins the following sub seances subject to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of Title III of the Supe~fund Amendments and, Reauthorization Ac~ of 1986 and 4 0 CFR Part 372: CHEMICAL NAME CAS NUMBER WT/WT % IS LESS THAN No SARA Section 313 components exist in this product. TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL ACT, This product contains the following chemical substances subject to the reporting requirements of TSCA 12{B) if exported from the United S~aeea : CHEMICAL NAME ----c CAS NOMBER No information is available. INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS, AS FOLLOWS - CANADIAN WHMIS: This MSDS has been prepared in compliance with Controlled Product Regulations except for use of the 16 headings. CANADIAN WHMIS CLASS: No information available. '1L- S_E_CT_I_O_N 1_6-0_'l'HE R I_NF O_RMA T_I_O_N ~ HMIS RATINGS - HEALTH, 2 FLAMMABILITY, 4 REACTIVITY, 0 (Continued on Page 6)

201 APR-OT-O! OedSAM FROM-ADVANCED DRAINAGE I 'W8SZ0IiT P.OT/OT F-OTS ) Produc~: FPRADSSPRLUB Preparacion Date: 10/04/01 [ SECTION 16 - O~R INFORMATION PREVIOUS MSDS REVISION DATE: 10/04/01 REASON FOR REVISION: NEW PRODUCT voe CONTENT: %- IlY WEIGllT, 448 GRAMS/t.ITBR TOTAL PRODUCT, 44 6 GRAMS/~ITBR LESS WATER AND EXEMPT, 0.44 LES/CAN LEGEND: N. A. - Noe Applicable, N.E. - Nee Established, NvD. - Not Determined Page 6 The information contained on this MSDS is been checked and should be accurate. However, it is the responsibility of the user to comply with all Federal, StaLe, and Local laws and regulations. ~ The environmental information and hazardous materials identification system have been ~cluded by Carnie-Campbell Inc. in order to provide additional health and hazard classification information. The racings recommend are based upon che criteria supplied by the developers of these rating systems, together wi~h camie-campbell Inc.'s interpretation of the available data. Proper personal protective equipment varies widely with conditions of use and anticipated exposure. We recommend that a supervisor or other qualif ied person determine proper PPE for intended use. <END OF tw1sds>

202 '.1 ' Page I of 6 " o Current Vehicle 1995 Chevrolet Truck K Ton 4VvO - Pickup Change vehicle Smrr~h Catalog Keyword I.mm... m NAPA Part No. I.. CiIil mm. CiIil Non-NAPA Part No. I. CiIil f:!lgh~ partll fo( tl"ul Job Job Type Search NAPA Locator parts Store Repair Shop CQllisjon Center Truck Center My Account -MATERIAL SAfETY DATA SHEET St. Pllul, Minnesota (612) Material Sarety Data Sheet (MSDS) 3M 3M Center Copyright, 1991, Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company. All rights reserved. Copying and/or downloading of this infor~ation for the purpos e o f utilizing 3M products is allowed provided that: 11 the information is copied in full with 00 changes unless prior a9reement is obtained from 3M, and 2) neither the copy nor the original is resold or otherwise dhtributed with the intention of earni ng. profit thereon. DIVISION: AUTCt-lOTIVE AFTERMARKET TRADE NAME: 3M Super Fast Urethane - Black, P.N ID NUMBER/V.P.C. ; ISSUED: February 07, 1991 SUPERSEDES: October 23, 1996 DOCUMENT ; INGREDIENT C.A.S. NO. PERCENT URETHANE rrepolymer.... ALKYL BENZYL PHTHALATE LIMESTONE CARBON BLACK VM, P NAPHTHA ,.,.... f\jmeo SILICA.... ALKYL ISOCYNIATE SIl.J'J'IE ZINC OXIDE.... P,P' -METHYLENEBI S[PHENYL ISOCyANATE).... XyLENE N-BUTYL ACETATE " 20, 5 5 < 0.5 < 0.5 < 0. 5, This product contains the f ollowing toxic chemical or chemicds subject to the reporting requi,ementa: of Section 313 of Title III of the Emergency Planninq and Convnunity R.ight- To-Know Act of 1986 and 40 efr Part 312 : ZINC OXIOE P,P ' - METHYLENE8IS[PNENYL ISOCYANATE) XYLENE 2. PHYSICAL DATA ) BOILING POINT : r (naphthol spirits) VAPOR PRE:SSURE ; NID VAPOR OENSITY; Ai r-1 EVAPORATION RATE; E:ther"'l SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Nil data.d /2004

203 " -,,~\'l,, ~. t - The' Utliclsl' NAP Aonline.com E-comii\'erc'e Sife I Shbp NAPAonli ne...,~ \~,l!r.;' ~:. ':~:'}' ',' ", ~.' f'''~ 'I'i! r v J l l' ~ "~\~ frl~/?;. "I,, ", u..\: ",,' t: ;.,:. j,.! '. '. ' I.P~ ',f')f1' t, ' I Pag~2 01'6.;;.. if! ~ _: ~;~~_ ~ Abbreviations: HID - Not Deter mined MIA - Not Applicable CA - Approximately,, I I MSDS: 3M Super Fast" Urethane - Black, P.N february 07, 1997 PAGE: PHYSICAL OATA (cont1 nued) ~ SPECIFIC GRAVITY: Watec-l PERCeNT VOLATILe ; ca. 5' by wt ph : N/A VISCOSITy : Thixotropic MeLTING POINT ;... N/D APPEARANCE NlD ODOR: paste, black, naphthol spirits odor 3. fire AND EXPLOSION HAZARO OATA FLASH POINT ; f1..il.j.tmable LIMITS - LEL:. fl..i\hhable LIMITS - UEL;.... AUTOIGNITION TEMPeRATURE:. 87 F f'totcc HID N/D HID extinguishing HEDIA: Water, C... rbon dioxide, Dry chemical, foalll SPECIAL fire fighting PROCEDURES : Wear full protective clothing, includin9 helmet, self-ool)talned, positive pressure or pressure demand breathin9 apparatus, bunker coat and pants, bands around arms, waist and l&9s, face mask, and protective covering for exposed areas of the he ad. ' ) UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Closed containers exposed t o heat from flre may build pressure and explode. Vilpors may travel long dist<'lnces along the ground or floor to a n i9nition source and flash back. NfPA HAZARD CODES: HeALTH: 3 fire: 3 RE:ACTIVITY : 1 UNUSUAL REACTION HAZARD: none 4. ReACTIVITY DATA STABILITY: Stabl e INCOMPATIBILITY - MATERIALS/CONDITIONS TO AVOID : Anlines, Alcohols, Hater. Reaction with water, alcohols and ami nes is not hazardous i f container can vent t o the atmosphere to prevent pressure buildup. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION : Hazardous polymer ization will not occur. Abbreviations : N/o - Not Determined NIA - Not Applicable CA - Approximately MS DS : 3M Super fast Urethane - Black, P.N Februa ry 07, 1997 f'age 3 4. ReACTIVITY DATA (continued) ) HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS : Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Diox ide, I socyanates, Toxic Vapo r s, Gases or Particulates. napaonline.com/cgi -binlncommerce3lexecmacroln AP Aonlinelmsds _ data.d /2004

204 1 ne UrrtClal 1'11J\1~ f\onllne.com h~commerce :SIte I :Shop NAPA:onlme t--, :,, " 'v "',.,.' ; '. '," o '..'. ~,, Page j or () 5. ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION _.---- SPILL RESPONSE: Refer to other sections of this MS DS f o r information regarding physie... l,.imd health ha:urds. respiratory protection, ventihtlon, and personal protective equipment. In the U.S.A.., call { o r {6I for 24-hour spill assistance. Ventilate area. Extinguish iill ignition sources. COver with inorganic absorbent "",ted... l. Collect using non-sparking tools. Pour isocyanate decontaminant solution (go, water,s' concentrated ammonia, 2' detergent) on spill,.,od to react for 10 minutes. Alternatively. pour... atel: on spill lind allow to react for more than 30 minutes. Cover with absorbent. Place in an approved drum, but do not seal the drum for 4B hours to avoid possible pressure buildup. Neutralize spill residue with decontaminant solution. RECOMMENO D DISPOSAL: Incinerate in a permitted hazardous waste incinerator in the presence of a combustible material. Dispose of waste product in a facility permitted to accept chemical waste. ENVIRONMENTAL DATA: Not determined. REGULATORY INFORMATION: Volatile Organic Compounds: 0.56 Ib/gal calculated per SCAQMO rule Volatile Organic Compounds: 68 9R1S/1iter calculated per SCAQMD rule VOC Less H20' Exempt Solvents : 68 gms/liter calculated per SCA{)1D rule H3. L Since requlations b<! tore disposal. vary, consult applicable U.S. EPA Hazardous Waste regulations or Number 0001 authorities IIgnitable) ') EPCRA HAZARD CLASS: nre HAZARD: Yes PRESSURE: No REACTIVITY: No ACUTE: Yes CHRON IC: Yes 6. SUGGESTED first AID EYE CONTACT : Immediately flush eyes... ith large amounts of water. Get immediate medicai attention. Abbreviations: N/D - Not Determined N/A - Not Applicable CA - Approximately MSOS; 3M Super fast Urethane - Black, P.N february PAGE 6. SUGGESTED first AID (continued) SKIN CONTACT : Immediately... ash skin with soap and larqe amounts of water. Remove contaminated clothing. It signs/symptoms occur. call a physician. Wal)h contaminat ed clothing before reuse and dil)pose of contaminated shoes.,. INHALATION : Remove person to fresh air. If not breathlnq, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, Qet immediate medicai attention. If SWALLOWED: If s w.. llo... ed. call a physician immediately. Only induce vomiting at the instruction of a physician. Never give anything by mollth to an unconscious person. 1. PRECAUTIONARY INfORMATION Aonl inejmsds _ data.d /2004

205 :<>.,.., '.I ~1V "," '. ~" ' f., ~!. r : \ ' n,: r "", "' IUt! UUlt,;HtI 1'IlU" f'\.u IIIlJl~. com,b-commerce ~ltel::snap NAl"Aonlme Page 4 ot 6, I ',1 VI '.".4 " EYE PROTECTION: Avoid eye co ntact. We,'!!c vented Wea r safety glasses with side shields. SKIN PROTECTION, Avoid skin eontact. Wear appropriate gloves whe n handling this material. A pdt ot' g loves made from the follo... ing materialist are reco_nded: nitrile rubber, polyethylene/ethylene vinyl a l cohol, pol yvinyl alcohol, polytetca fluoroethylene (Teflon l, fl uoroel astomer (Viton). RECOMMENDED VENTILATION: Use In II well-ventilated area. Provide sufficient ventilation to maintain.,,,,18810n15 below recommended exposure limits. If e:>lhaust ventilation is not adequate, USe appropriate respiratory protection. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION : Avoid breathing of vapors. Select one o f the follo... ing NIOSH approved respirators based on airborne concentration o f contaminants and in accordance with OSHA r egulations : half-nas k supplied air respi rator. PREVENTION OF ACCIDENTAL INGESTION: Do not eat, drink o r smoke when USirl9 areas thoroughly with s oap and... ate r. this product. Wash Do not ingest. RECCf+lENDEO STORAGE: Keep container closed... hen not in use. Chil dren. Keep out of the reac h o f Abbreviations : N/O - Not Determined N/A - Not Applicable CA - ApproxilMtely MSOS: 3M Super <ast Urethane - Black, P.N February 01, 1991 PAGE 5 ) 1. PRECAUTIONARY INfORMATION (continuedl flre AND EXPLOSION AVOIDANCE: Keep containe r tightly closed. Flammable liquid and vapor. Keep awily from heat, sparks, open flame, and other sources of ignition. EXPOSURE LIMITS,..,!1 ' '\',, i. f 1 1 ;\, " A,.., ) INGREDIENT VALUE UNIT TYPE URETHANE PREI'OL YMER NON' NON' NON' ALKYL BE NZYL PHTHALATE... NON' NON' NON' LIMESTONE MG/M3 TWA LIMESTONE.. 15 Me/M3 TWA CAABON BLACK ,5 MG/M3 TWA CARBON BLACK ,5 MG/M3 TWA VM, P NAPHTHA PP" TWA VM, P NAPHTHA PPW TWA VM, P NAPHTHA PPM TWA rumeo SILICA NON, NOH' NOH' ALKYL ISOCYANATE SILANt: NON' NOH' NOH' ZINC OXIDE HG/M3 TWA,. dust ZINC OXIOt: MG/M3 TWA " dust ZINC OXIDE MG/M3 TWA " ruw, ZINC OXIDE MG/H3 STEL " ruw, ZINC OXIDE MG/M3 TWA a" ruw, ZINC OXI DE HG/M3 STEL " ruw, P, P' - METHYLt:NEBI S I PHENYL ISOCYANATEI PPM CEIL OS HA P,P ' -METHYLENEBJS (PHE NYL AUTH NON' NON' ACGIH OS HA!\COIH O'HA CMRG ACGIH OSHA NOH' NOH' ACGIH napaonline.com/cgi -binlncommerce3lexecmacrolnap Aonl i nelmsds data.d /200 4 OSHA ACGIH!\COIH O'HA OSHA SKJ W

206 \ ', ' '", I \ <'I' " lll~ U111t.:lal )~f\rf\ujll1ne. com j:!-commerce :SIte I :ShOp NAPAonlme! 1. 1,,., " Page ~ ,.) ISOCYANATEI PPM TWA ACGIH XYLENE PPM TWA ACG IH XYLENE ' PPM STEL ACGIH XyLENE PPM TWA OSHA XyLENE SO PPM STEL OS HA N-BUTYL ACETATE SO PPM TWA OSHA N-BUTYL ACETATE ' STEL OSHA N-BUTYL ACETATE "" PPM TWA ACGIH STEL ACGIH N-BUTYL ACETATE SKIN NOTATION : Listed substances indi cated with 'Y' under SKIN refer to the potential contribution to the overall exposure by the cutaneous route lncludln<jl mucous membrane lind eye, either by airborne or, niore particuhrly, by direct contact with the.'substance. Vehicles can alter s \:in absor ption. Abbreviations: NID - Not Determined NIl'. - Not Applicable CA - Approximately HSOS: 3M Super fast Urethane - Black, P.N february 01, 1991 "" PAGE 6 EXPOSURE LIMI TS (continued) INGREDIENT VALUE UNIT TYPE AUTH SKIN SOURCE Of EXPOSURE: LIMIT DATA : ACGIH: American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hyqienists OSHA: Occupationa l Safety and Health Ad.inlstratlon OoIRG: Chemical Manufacturer Reconvnended Exposure Guidelines NONE:: None Established 8. HEALTH HAZARD DATA EY E CONTACT: Mode rate Eye Irritation: signs/symptoms can include redness, swelling, pain, tellr1ng, and hazy vidon. SKIN CONTACT : Aller<;Jic Skin Reaction : signs/symptoms c an l'\clude redness, s welling, blisteting, ilnd itching. Moderate Skin Irritation: signs/symptoms can i nclude.redness, swelling, itching, and dryness. INHALATION: Alle.r9ic Respiratory Reaction : signs/symptoms can include dif{1culty breathin<jl, wheezing, ti<jlhtness of chest, and respiratory failure. Central Nervous System De p ression : signs/symptoms can include headache, dizziness, drowsiness, incoordination, slowed reaction time, slurred speech, giddiness and unconsciousnes$. Irritation (upper respiratory) : slgns/$ymptoms can include soreness of the nose and throat, coughing and s neezin<jl. If SWALLOWED: Ingestio n may cause : Irritation of Gastrointestinal Tissues: signs/symptoms can include pllin, Vomiting, abdominal tenderne8$, nausea, blood in vomitus, and blood in feces. I Central Nervous System Depression : signs/s}'iil:>toms can include headache, dizziness, drowsiness, muscular weakness, incoordination, slowed r e a ct i on t ime, fatigue, blurred vision, s l urred speech, giddiness, tremors and convuls i ons. ) Aspira ti on Pne umonitis: s i<;jns /symptoms can include cou<;jhing, difficulty breathing, wheezing, coughln<jl up blood and pneumonia, which can be f a t al /2004

207 data.d /2004 The Offici al NAPAonli ne.com E-commerce Site I Shop N APAonline Page 6 of 6 Abbreviations : N/D - Not ~termlned N/A - Not Appl1c~bl e CA - Approximately MSDS: 3M Super Fast Urethane - 81<1';)(, P.N Febtua ry PAGE 1 8. HEALTH HAZARD DATA (continued) CNlCER: WARNlNG: Contains a chemical Which can ca U$e callcel-, ( ) (rare po1.lsible human carcinogen 28) SECTION CHANGE DATES HEALTH HAZARD DATA SECTION CHANGED SINCE OCtober 23, 1996 ISSUE ) Abbreviations : N/ O - Not Determined NIA - Not Applicable CA - Approximately The information in this Material Safety [);Iu Sheet (HSDS) is behaved to be CQrrect as of the date issued. 3M MAKtS NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY or MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR COURSE OF PERFORMANCE OR USAGE OF TRADE. Usez: ill ti!sponsible for: detez:mining whether the 3M product is fit for a pa r ticular purpoze lind suitable for user ' s method o f use or IIpplication. Given the variety of factors that can affect the use and application of II 3M product, zome of which are uniquely within the user's knowledge and control, it 111 essential that the user evaluate the 3M product to deter_ine whether it is C1t for a particu!.lr purpose and suitable for user ' s Dlethod o f use or: application. I I. 3M provides information In electronic forll lis a service to its customers. Due to the re/llote pozslbility that electronic transfer mlly have resulted in errors, omissi ons or altera t ions in this information, 3M makes no representations as to its completeness or accuracy. In addition, Information obtai ned from a database may riot be as cucrent all the information io the MSDS available dir:ectly from 3M. Return to Pfevlous page. ) About NAPAoniine Customer Support privacy/legal SiteMap C2002, National Automotive Parts Association This site Is best viewed using JayaScdpt-eoabJed Internet EKplorer Version 5.0 and above, For best pdntlng results, please use Internet EKplorer.

208 ,. Pag'e!' of 5 '! I /I1/0'S' o 1995 Chevrolet Truck K Ton 400 Pickup Chaoge yehlcle S~ar~h Catalag Keyword i.mm' CiIiJ NAPA Part No. L Non NAPA Part No.,...,..,...; CiIiJ "Righ1 p.ii1; fqr t!w job Job Type Searcb NAPA Locator 1~.~~~~.~.iP'..., parts Store Repair Sho p CQllision Center Truck Cente r Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) -MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET The Valvoline Company Date Prepared : 01/14/02 Date Printed: 09/03/03 MSDS No: NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAt 30 Page CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIfICATION M3terial Identity Product Name: NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 SAP Material No: NP15115 General or Generic ID: PETROLEUM Company BASED-LUBRlCATING OIL Telephone Numbers The Valvoline Company P.O. Box HOOO Emergency: Lexington, KY lntorl\lation: , CQ-IPOSITION/INf'ORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Ingredient(s) CAS Number, (by volume) My ACGount ALIPHATIC PETROLEUM DISTILLATES ZINC CI-C14 ALKYLDlTHIOPHOSP HATE ,, 3. HAZARDS IDENTIfICATION Potentlal Health Effects,yo UnlU:ely to C3use eye lrritiltion or in1ury. Skin May cause mild skin irritation. Prolonged or repeated contact may dry and c rack the s kin. SWil11ow1n9 SWal10w1n9 small amounts of this material during normal handling 1s not likely to ciluse harmful effects. SWill10w1ng lanjle amounts lfiiiy be harmtul. NAPA YISAR..cm MATERIAL SAfETY DATA SHEET The villvoline Company Date Prepared : 01/14/02 Date Printed : 09/03/03 MSDS NO: NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 Page 002 ) Inhalation It Is possible to breathe this material under certain conditions of handling i1nd use (tor example, durin9 heatlng, spraying, or sti r rinq). Symptoms usually occur at air concentrations hi9her than the recommended exposure limits (See Section 8). Symptoms of Exposure stoma ch or intes t inal upset (nause a, vomiting, d i a rrhe~), i rr itiltion (nose, t hroat, alrwilys), pain In the atdomen. Tarqet Orq~n Effects No dati, Developmentill Information No data Cancer Information Used motor 011 has been s hown to cause skin cancer in laboratory Aonline!msds _ data.d

209 I', "/ The oftrcfat NAPAonlihe.com E~comifigrce Site 1"Sil:6p' NAPA'0I11 i ile '~t... ~:,~ ~ P'",~f /.' t j '" 'I '~ ~,.. '.' '.'" \ t ~, ',~.,, '"c., I ). \ 1 I, '" ',I. 'i o 't\' ", anlm31~ continually exposed by repeated applieations. Avoid prolonged or repeated ski n contact. Other ' Hea l th Effects No datao Primary Rout-a(s) of Entry No data.,., 4. FIRST AID MEP.SURES Eyes If symptoms develop, move individual away from exposure and into fresh ale. Flush eyes gently with... ~ter while holding eyelids (lpiu:t. If symptoms pecsi.st o r there 1s any visual difficulty, seek medical attention. MATERIAL SAfETY DATA SHEET The Valvol!ne Company [late PreplIred: 01/14/02 Date Printed: 09/03/03 MSDS No: NON-OCTERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 Page 003 ) Skin Remove contaminated clothing. Wash exposed area with soap and water. If symptoms persist, seek medical attention. Launder clothinq before reuse. $\oi'a11o... inq Do not induce vomiting. Give o ne qlass of m11k or water, and <;let medical attention immediately. If possible, do not leave victim unattel'lded. Inhalation If symptoms develop, immediately move individual away from exposure and into fresh air. Seek immediate medical attention; keep person warm and quiet. If person is not breathing, begin artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, administer oxyqen. /'fots to PhysiCians Preexisting disorders of the following organs ( or organ systems) may be aggravated by e xposure to this material: skin. 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES flash Point > F (221.1 C I COG Explosive Limit No data Autolgnition Temperature No data Hazardous Products of Combustion May form : carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, OXides of sulfur, nl t rogen and phosphorus, va rious hyd l:oca rbons. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET The Valvoline COmpany Date Prepned: 01/14/02 oate Printed: 09/03/03 MSDS NO: NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 Page 004 ) Flre and Explosion Hazards Neve r use welding or cuttinq torch on or near drum leven empty I because product (even just res idue) can i9n i to explosively. Dense smoke may be generated... hile burning. Extinguishing Media regular foam, carbon dioxide, dry chemical. Fire Fighting Instructions Water o r foam may cause frothing which can be violent and possibly endanqer the 11fe of the firefighter. Wear a self-contained breathing apparatus with iii full facepi ece operated in the positive pressure demand mode with appropriate turn-out gear and chemical resistant personal protective equipment. Refer to the per.on~l protective equipment section of this HSOS. NF'PA Rating Health - 1, F'lammability - 1, Reactivity napaonline.com/cgi-hinlncommerce3/execmacrolnap Aonlinelmsds data.d /2004

210 ,~ _\t< _ I~ I Th\e', Offi '~i a l NAPA~nlin e.c~m E~~~in ~~l:c 1.S. ite ' l, sn6p NAPAonlirie ~ ''''.'.,J' ".."", ;l. 'l j,? )(, t \ l (. ',',>;'.1 \'., l. :'.". 'I',"/"/,\ " '/1 " " d',' 6. ACCIDENTAL, RELEASE ME:ASURE:S Small SpIll Absorb' liquid on vermiculite, floor absorbent or other absorbent material. Large Spill Prevent run-off to sewers, streams or other bodies of water, If run-off occurs, notify proper authorities as required, that a spill has occured. Persons not wearing protective equipment should be excluded from area of spill until clean-up has been completed. Stop spill at source, dike area of spill to prevent spreading, pump liquid to salvage tank. ReMaining liquid may be taken up on sand, clay, earth, floor absorbent, or other absorbent mater ial and shoveled into containen. '.~!, P " ' 3 ' f5,'" age I 0, ' I w\"erial SAfETY DATA SHEET The Va lvoline Company Page 005 Date Prepaored: 01/14/02 Date Printed: 09/03/03 MSDS No: NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling COntainers of this material may be hazardous when emptied. Since emptied containers retain product residuu lvllpor, liquid, and/or solid), all hazard precautions given in the data sheet must be observed. Storage Not applicable 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSOHAL PROTECTION Eye Protection Not required under normal conditions of use. However, if misting or splashing conditions exist, then safety glasses or chemical splash goggles are advised. Skin Protection Not normally required. However, wear resistant 910ves such as nitrile rubber to prevent irritation which May result from prolonged or repeated skin contact... ith product., Wear normal work c lothing covering arms and legs.. Respiratory Protections Not required under normal conditions o f use. However, if oil mists aloe genecated above cecommended PEL/TLV of 5 mg/m3, then a NIOSH/MSHA appcoved r espirator is advised in ilbsence of pr:oper environmental control. lsee your industrial hygienist.) Engineering Controls Not cequiced undec normal conditions of use. However, if unusual operating conditions exist, then provide sufficient mechanical (geneul and/or local exhaust) ve ntll.<itlon to maintain exposure below PEL/TLV (s). MATERIAL SAfETY DATA SHEET The Valvoline Company Date Pcepaced: 01/1 4/02 Date Printed : 09/03/03 MSDS No : NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 Page 006 Exposure Guidelines COmponent AL1PHATIC PETROLEUM DISTILLATES l ) OSHA VPEL mg/m3 - TWA 011 Mist ACGIH TLV mg/m3 - TWA 011 Mist ZINC CI-CI4 ALKYLDITHIOPHOSPHATE ) No exposure l imits established ) 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES SOiling PoInt lfoc product) f ( Hg V"'por Pcessure Not "'ppl1cable Specific Vapor Density napaonline.com/cgi-binincommerce3iexecmacroinap Aonlinelrnsds _ data.d2 1/13/2004

211 The Official N~Aonli n e. com E-commerce Site I Shop NAPAonline Page 4 of 5 < 1. AIR-l Specific F Liquid Densi ty F C Percent volatiles (Including Water) No data Evaporation Rate SLOWER THAN ETHYL ETHER MATERIAL SAFETY OATA SHEET The Valvollne Company Date E'repared: 01/14/02 o..te Printed : 09/03/03 HSOS No: NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 Page 007 Appearanct< No data 3tate LIQUID f'hysic/ll Form Hct-tOGENEOUS SOLUTION Color LIGHT AMBER <>Jo< No data p' Not appl1 citbl e ) 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Hazardous Polymerization Product ",111 not undergo hazardous polymerization. Hazardous Decomposition Hay form: cacbon dioxide OIInd carbon rnonodde. oxides of sulfur, nitrogen and phosphorus, various hydrocarbons. Chemical Stability Stable. Incompatibility Avoid contact with: strong oxidizing agcnts. MATERIAL SAF' TY DATA SHEET The Valvollne Company Date Prepared: 01/H/02 Date Printed: 09/03/03 MSDS No : NON-DETERGENT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 [>age ) 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION NO data 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATION Waste MIII,agement Information Dispose of In accordance with all applicable local, state i'md federal regulations. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT Information - 49 efr DOT Description: Not Re9ulated Conta 1 nel'/mode : CASES/SURfACE - NO EXCEPTIONS NOS Component: None RQ (Reportable QuantityJ - 49 CrR Not applicable 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION US fede r al Rcgulations napaoniine.com/cgi -binlncommerce3lexecmacrolnap Aoni i nelmsds _ data.d /2004

212 I t!!.;l;.>.,1', ::,'.~i The Official NAPA-onli, ne... com E-commerce Site I Shop NAPAonline TSCA (Tox ic Substances Cont rol Act) Status TSCA (UNITED STATES! The intentional ingredients of t his ~roduct are listed. Page 5 of 5 MATERIAL SAfETY DATA SHEET The Valvol!ne Company Page 009 Da t e Prepared : 01/14 /02 Da t e Printed : 09/03/03 MSDS No : NON-DETERGE NT MOTOR OIL SAE 30 I~. " CERCIA RQ - 40 err None SARA 302 Compo"'mts - 40 CrR 355 Appendix A None Section 311/312 Hazard Class - 40 CfR Immediate(X! Delayed(! Flre(! Reactiv",( Release of Pressure (! SARA 31 3 Components - 40 CrR Section 313 Component(s! CAS Number Sudden ZINC CI-C14 ALKYLDITHIOPHOSPHATE International Regulat ions Inventory Stat us OSL (CANADA! The intentional ingredients of this product ar", listed. State and Local Reguhtion., Cali fornia Propos! tion 65 None 16. OTHER INfORMATION Th", inf ormation accumulated herein is b",li",ved to be accurate but is not warranted to be whether originating with the company or not. Recipients are advised to confirm i n advance of need that the informat ion is current, applicable, and suitable to their ci r cumst ances. Return to previous page. Return to top of p~. About NAPAoniine Customer Support Priyacv/legal SiteMap 2002, National Automotive Parts Associallon This site is best viewed using JayaScript-enabled Internet Explorer Version 5.0 and above. For best printing results, please use Internet Explorer, AP Aonl ine!msds ~ data.d

213 .ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARB & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: I Revision Date: 11 / Print Date: II MSDS Number: I Version 1.3. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBST ANCElMlXTURE AND OF THE OMPANY/UNDERTAKING Ashland P.O. Box Columbus, OH Regulatory lnfonnation Number Telephone Emergency telephone ASHLAND ( ) Product name Product code Product Use Description NAPA MAC'S CARB & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 No data I 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Emergency Overview Appearance: aerosol WARNING! EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. VAPOR MAY CAUSE FLASH FIRE. MAY AFFECT THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM CAUSING DIZZINESS, HEADACHE OR NAUSEA. MA. Y BE HARMFUL IF INHALED. HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED. MAY CAUSE BLINDNESS. MAY CAUSE EYE, SKIN AND RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT MAY DRY SKIN, CAUSE IRRITATION AND BURNS. Potential Health Effects Exposure routes Inhalation, Skin absorption, Skin contact, Eye Contact, lngestion Eye contact Can cause eye irritation. Symptoms include stinging, tearing, redness, and swelling of eyes. Skin contact Can cause skin initation. Symptoms may include redness and burning of skin, and other skin damage. Prolonged or repeated contact may dry the skin. Symptoms may include redness, burning, and drying and cracking of skin, skin bums, and other skin damage. Pagel / IJ

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215 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARB & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: 3 Revision Date: Pnnl Dale: 1113/20 II MSDS Number: Version 1.3 damage., This material (or a component) shortens the time of onset or worsens the liver and kidney damage induced by other chemicals., Overexposure to Ihis material (or its components) has been suggested as a cause of the following effects in laboratory animals:, blood abnonnalities, central nervous system damage, cardiac sensitization, kidney damage, effects on hearing, testis damage, Ii vcr damage, Overexposure to this material (or its components) has been suggested as a cause of the fo llowing effects in humans:, visual impainnent, central nervous system effects Carcinogenicity Ethylbenzene has been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals. The relevance of this finding to humans is uncertain. The International Agcncy for Research on Cancer (rarc) has classified ethyl benzene as a possible human carcinogen. Reproductive hazard Methanol has caused birth defects in laboratory animals, but only when inhaled at extremely high vapor concentrations. The relevance of this finding to humans is uncertain., This material (or a component) may be hannful to the human fctus based on positive test results with laboratory animals. I J. COMPOSITlON/lNFORMA TlON ON INGREDIENTS Components ACETONE XYLENE METHANOL CARBON DIOXIDE ETHYL BENZENE CAS-No Concentration > 70-<80% >=5-< 10% >=5-<10% >=5-<10% >= 1.5-<5% I 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Eyes If symptoms develop, immediately move individual away from exposure and into fresh air. Flush eyes gently with water fo r at least 15 minutes while holding eyelids apart; seek immediate medical attention. Skin Pagel / ll

216 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARB & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: 4 Revision Date: Print Date: 1Il3/20 11 MSDS Number: Version 1.3 Remove contaminated clothing. Flush exposed area with large amounts of water. rr skin is damaged, seek immediate medical attention. If skin is not damaged and symptoms persist, seek medical attention. Launder clothing before reuse. Ingestion Seek medical attention. If individual is drowsy or unconscious, do not give anything by mouth; place individual on the left side with the head down. Contact a physician, medical faci lity, or poison control center for advice about whether to induce vomiting. If possible, do not leave individual unattended. Inhalation If symptoms develop, immediately move individual away from exposure and into fresh air. Seek immediate medical attention; keep person warm and quiet. If person is not breathing, begin artificial respiration. [fbreathing is difficult, administer oxygen. Notes to physician Hazards: This material is an aspiration hazard. Potential danger from aspiration must be weighed against possible oral tox icity (See Section 2 ~ Swallowing) when deciding whether to induce vomiting. This material (or a component) has produced hyperglycemia and ketosis following substantial ingestion. This product contains methanol which can cause intoxication and central nervous system depression. Methanol is metabo lized to formic acid and formaldehyde. These metabolites can cause metabo lic acidosis, visual disturbances and blindness. Since metabolism is required for these toxic symptoms, their onset may be de layed from 6 to 30 hours following ingestion. Ethanol competes for the same metabolic pathway and has been used 10 prevent methanol metabolism. Ethanol administration is indicated in symptomatic patients or at blood methanol concentrations above 20 ugldl. Methanol is effectively removed by hemodialysis. lnhalation of high concentrations of this material, as could occur in enclosed spaces or during deliberate abuse, may be associated with cardiac arrhythmias. Sympathomimetic drugs may initiate cardiac arrhythmias in persons exposed to this material. Treatment: No infonnation available. I 5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES Suitable extinguishing media Water spray, Dry chemical, Carbon diox ide (C02) Hazardous comb ustion products Page

217 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARE & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: 5 Revision Date: Print Date: MSDS Number: Version 1.3 carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, Hydrocarbons, Aldehydes Precautions for fire-fighting Material is volatile and readily gives off vapors which may trave l along the ground or be moved by ventilation and ignited by pilot lights, flames, sparks, heaters, smoking, electric motors, static discharge or other ignition sources at locations near the material handling point. Never use welding or cutting torch on or near drum (even empty) because product (even just residue) can ignite explosively. Wear full firefighting turn-out gear (full Bunker gear), and respiratory protection (SeBA). Water may be ineffective for extinguishment unless used under favorable conditions by experienced fire fighters. Use water spray to cool fire exposed containers and structures until fire is out if it can be done with minimal risk. A void spreading burning liquid with watcr used for cooling purposes. Flammability Class for Flammable Liquids Flammable Liquid Class la 16. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal precautions For personal protection see section 8. Persons not wearing protective equipment should be excluded from area of spill until clcan~up has bccn completed. Ensure adequate ventilation. Eliminate all ignition sources (flares, flames including pilot lights, electrical sparks). Pay attention to the spreading of gases espccially at ground level (heavier than air) and to the direction of the wind. Environmental precautions Prevent spreading over a wide area (e.g. by containment or oil barriers). Do not let product enter drains. Do not flush into surface water or sanitary sewer system. Local authorities should be advised if significant spillages cannot be contained. Mcthods for clcaning up Contain spillage, and then collect with non~combustible absorbent material, (e.g. sand, earth, diatomaceous earth, venniculite) and place in container for disposal according to local I national regulations (see section 13). Other information Comply with all applicable federal, state, and local regulations. Suppress (knock down) gases/vapourslmists with a watcr spray jet. Page 5 I 13

218 ASHLAND. SAFETY DATA SHEET NAl'A MAC'S CARB & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: 6 Revision Date: Print Date: 1113/20 I I MSDS Number: Version 1J I 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Containers of this material may be hazardous when emptied. Since emptied containers retain product residues (vapor, liquid, and/or solid), all hazard precautions given in the data sheet must be observed. Static ignition hazard can result from handling and use. Electrically bond and ground all containers, personnel and equipment before transfer or use of material. Special precautions may be necessary to dissipate static electricity for non-conductive containers. Use proper bonding and grounding during product transfer as described in National Fire Protection Association document NFPA 77. Storage Store in a cool, dry, ventilated area, away from incompatible substances. I 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION Exposure Guidelines ACETONE ACGlH ACGIH NlOSH NTOSH OSHA ZI OSHAZI XYLENE ACGIH ACGIH OSHA ZI OSHA ZI NIOS H NIOSH NIOSH NIOSH lime weighted average Short term exposure limit Rcconunendcd exposure limit (RELl' Rt:conunended exposure limit (REL), Pennissible exposure limit Pennissible exposure limit time weighted average Short term exposure limit Permissible exposure limit Pennissible exposure limit Reconunended exposure limit (RELl' Recommended exposure limit (RELl' Short term exposure limit Short term exposure limit ppm 750 ppm 250 ppm 590 mg/m) 1,000 ppm 2,400 mglmj 100 ppm 150 ppm 100 ppm 4)5 mg/m) 100 ppm 4)5 mg/m) 150 ppm 655 mg/m) Page 6 I 13

219 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARB & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: 7 Revision Date: 11 / Print Date: MSDS Number: Version 1.3 METHANOL ACGIH ACGIH NIOSH NlOSH NIOSH NIOS l-i OSHAZI OSHAZI CARBON DIOXIDE ACOIH ACGIH NIOS H NIOSH NIOSH NIOSH OSHAZ I QSHAZI ETHYL BENZENE ACGIH ACGIH NlOSH N IOS ~ I NIOSH NIOS H OSHAZI OSHAZI time weighted average Short tenn exposure limit Rcconunended exposure limit (REL): Recommended exposure limit (REL): Short term exposure limit Short term exposure li mit Permissible exposure limit Permissible exposure limit lime weighted average Short term exposure limit Recommended exposure limit (REL): Recollunended exposure limit (REL): Short term exposure limit Short tcrm exposure limit Permissible Cltposure limit Permissible exposure limit time weighted average Short tenn exposure limit Recommended exposure limit (REL): Recommended exposure limit (REL): Short tenn exposure limit Short tcnn exposure limit Pemussible exposure limit Pennissible exposure limit ppm 250 ppm 200 pplll 260 rug/mj 250 ppm 325 mg/m3 200 ppm 260 mg/m] 5,000 ppm 30,000 ppm 5,000 ppm 9,000 mgtmj 30,000 ppm 54,000 mgfmj 5,000 ppm 9,000 mgtmj 100 ppm 125 ppm 100 ppm 435 mg/m3 125 ppm 545 mg/m3 100 ppm 435 mg/m3 General advice These reconunendations provide general guidance for handling this product. Personal protective equipment should be selected for indi vidual applications and should consider factors which affect exposure potential, such as handling practices, chemical concentrations and venti lation. It is ultimately the responsibility of the employer to follow regu latory guidelines estab li shed by local authorities. Page 7 I 13

220 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAP A MAC'S CARB & CHO KE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANE R NM8700 Page: 8 Revision Date: Print Date: 1113/20 II MSDS Number: Version 1.3 Exposure co ntrols Provide sufficient mechanical (general and/or local exhaust) ventilation to maintain exposure below exposure guidelines (if applicable) or below levels that cause known, suspected or apparent adverse effects. Eye protection Wear chemical splash goggles when there is the potential for exposure of the eyes to liquid, vapor or mist. Skin and body protection Wear nonnal work clothing including long pants, long-s leeved shirts and foot covering to prevent direct contact of the product with the skin. launder clothing before reuse. If skin irritation develops, contact your faci lity health and safety professional or your local safety equipment supplier to determine the proper personal protective equipment for your use. Wear resistant gloves (consult your safe ty equipment supplier). Discard gloves that show tears, pinholes, or signs of wear. Respiratory protection A NIOSH-approved air-purifying respirator with an appropriate cartridge andlor fi lter may be persmissible under certain circumstancs where airborne concentrations are expected to exceed exposure limits (if applicable) or if overexposure has otherwise been detennined. Protection provided by air-purifyi ng respirators is limited. Use a positive pressure, air-supplied respirator if there is any potential for uncontrolled release, exposure levels are not known or any other circumstances wltere an air-purifying respirator may not provide adequate protection. I 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Physical state Form Colour Odour Boil ing pointlboiling range ph Flash point Evaporation rate Explosion limits aerosol No data No data No data C / I09.3 F No data -4 OF I -20 C No data I %(V) 36 %(V) Page8 / 1)

221 ASHLAND. SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARS & CHOKE & TBC CARS & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Vapour pressure Vapour density Density Solubility Partition coefficient: n octanovwater log Pow AutoignitioD temperature 64, ' F 125 'C No data ' F ' C No data No data no data available No data Page: 9 Revision Date: Print Date: 1/13/2011 MSDS Number: Version STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Stability Stable. Conditions to avoid Heat, flames and sparks. Incompatible products Acids, alkalis, Amines, Ammonia, halogens, peroxides, Reducing agents, Strong oxidizing agents, aluminum, calcium hypochlorite, hypochlorites, Lead, Peroxides, sodium, Zinc Hazardous decomposition products carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, Formaldehyde, Hydrocarbons Hazardous reactions Product will not undergo hazardous polymerization. Thermal decomposition No data 111. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ac ute oral toxicity ACETONE XYLENE LD SO Rat: 5,800 mg/kg LD SO Rat: 4,300 mglkg Page

222 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARE & CHOKE & TBC CARE & CHO KE CLEANER NM8700 Page: 10 Revision Date: Print Date: 1113/20 11 MSDS Number: Version 1.3 METHANOL CARBON DfOXlDE ETHYL BENZENE LD LO Human: 300 mf/kg no data available LD 50 Rat: 3,500 mg!k8 Acu te inhalation toxicity ACETONE lc 50 Rat: > ppm, 4 h XYLENE METHANOL CARBON OIOXJDE ETHYL BENZENE no data available LC 50 Rat: ppm, 4 h, no data available LC Lo Rat: 4000 ppm, 4 h Acu te dermal toxicity ACETONE XYLENE LD 50 Rabbit: > 20,000 mglkg td 50 Rabbit: > 2,000 mglkg METHANOL t o 50 Rabbit: 12,800 mg/kg CARBON DIOXIDE ETHYL BENZENE no data available to 50 Rabbit: 17,800 mglkg [ 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Aquatk toxicity Acute and Prolonged Toxicity to Fish No data Acute Toxicity to Aquatic Invertebrates No data Environmental fate and pathways No data [ 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Page 10 I IJ

223 ASHLAND SAFETY DATA SHEET NAPA MAC'S CARE & CHOKE & TBC CARB & CHOKE CLEANER NM8700 Page: I I Revision Date: Print Date: I/ l3n Ol1 MS DS Number: Version 1.3 Waste disposal methods For assistance with your waste management needs 4 including disposal, recyc ling and waste stream reduction, contact Ashland Distribution's Environmental Services Group at TRANSPORT INFORMATION IMDG: UN 1 950, AEROSOLS 2. 1, IATA_P: UN1950, Aerosols, flammable 2. 1, IATA_C: UN1 950, Aerosols, flammable 2.1, CFR_ROAD: UN1950, Aerosols 2. 1, CFR_ RAIL: UN1 950, Aerosols 2.1, CFR_INWTR: UN1 950, Aerosols 2. 1, IMDG_ROAD: UN1950, AEROSOLS 2. 1, IMDG_RAIL: UN 1 950, AEROSOLS 2.1, Dangerous goods descriptions (if indicated above) may not reflect quantity, end-use or region-specific exceptions that can be app lied. Consult shipping docwnents for descriptions that are specific to the shipment REGULATORY INFORMATION Californi a Prop. 65 WARNING! This product contains a chemical known in the State of California to cause cancer. ETHYL BENZENE BENZENE W ARi\lTNG! Th is product contains a chem ical known in the State of Califo rnia to cause Page 11 / 1]

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