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Material Safety Data Sheet
CHEMICAL and COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
COMMON/GENERIC NAME: Metasan, Ziram
Distributor: HB Chemical Corp. - Customer Service 330-920-8023
COMPOSITION / INGREDIENT INFORMATION
COMPOSITION: Zinc Dimetyldithiocarbamate (97%min)
White Mineral Oil (2% max)
HAZARDS / FIRST AID PROCEDURES
A white powder or prill. which may cause allergic skin and respiratory
reactions. May eye and skin irritation. Not known as an acute health Hazard. May react with nitrosating
agents to form nitrosamines (potential cancer causing) Dust may present ignition source for explosion. EYE:
Flush eyes with water for 15 min. Call a physician if irritation develops.
Prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause irritation. Remove contaminated clothing and wash
skin with soap and water. If in contact with hot product, treat as a burn.
Do not induce vomiting. Give 2 glasses of water (never give anything to a unconscious
person. Call a physician. If victim does vomit keep head below waist to prevent vomit from entering the
lungs. May cause alcohol intolerance (Antabuse Effect). May cause dizziness and headache with
vomiting. Harmful if swallowed.
Can be irritating to the eyes, nose and respiratory tract following prolonged exposure.
Remove to fresh air; give artificial respiration or oxygen if necessary. Monitor for signs of Respiratory
distress. May be fatal if inhaled in large amounts of dust. Can cause alcohol intolerance. TOXICITY:
No significant adverse effects expected. Not considered toxic/hazardous. CARCINOGENICITY:
Not listed by NTP, IARC or OSHA
IN ALL CASES OF EMERGENCY, CONTACT A PHYSICIAN
FIRE AND EXPLOSION INFORMATION
200°C (392 F) CC approx.
Use Chemical foam, CO , Dry Chemical, water fog.
HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS:
This product will decompose under extreme
temperatures forming oxides of carbon as well as Aromatic hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides. Harmful
vapors may be liberated
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Full eye protection and protective clothing are required for all
indoor/outdoor fires and spills.
Explosion Hazards: Dust suspended in air in critical proportions with a presence of an ignition source
presents an explosion hazard.
Autoignition Temp: 750 F or 400 C
Lower explosion concentration: 40 g/m3
Min. ignition energy: na
Maximum rate of pressure rise:
Max. Pressure of explosion:
Explosion severity: NA
Volume resistivity: NA
SPILLS AND ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION
SPILL OR LEAK PRECAUTIONS:
Wear appropriate protective clothing, gloves and equipment.
Eliminate all sources of ignition. Contain spill . Transfer to secure containers and dispose of according to
local and state regulations. Thought should always be given to collecting the material in such a manner that
it could be
recycled. Clean/scrub affected area with detergent. Prevent run-off into sewers or
natural waterways. Spills in excess of the RQ must be reported to the local emergency response
organizations. Major spills should also be reported to the National Response Center. Spills with potential
to contaminate coastal waterways must be reported to the U.S. Coast Guard (800-424-8802) WASTE DISPOSAL:
All containers should be effectively labeled to facilitate the appropriate disposal or
CERCLA Reportable Quantity: 10 pounds / 4.54 Kilograms (USA) SECTION VII
HANDLING AND STORAGE
Store in sealed containers in dry, ambient temperature conditions (less than 110°F). Perform packaging in
well-ventilated area wearing protective eye shields and clothing. SECTION VIII
EXPOSURE CONTROLS AND PERSONAL PROTECTION
Use only where sufficient ventilation exists to keep exposure levels of fumes and dust
below recommended levels. RESPIRATORY AND PERSONAL PROTECTION:
Respirators should be selected when TWA
exceeded. Safety glasses with side shields; gloves, boots and apron as appropriate.
Use respirators in accordance with the code of Federal regulations, labor part 1910.134. Use a positive
pressure demand full face self contained breathing apparatus. FACILITIES:
Consideration to properly engineered explosion suppression should be considered when
large amounts of product are handled. There should be a shower facility and eyewash in the building where
this product is being stored and handled. Exercise good chemical handling practice.
Airborne Exposure Limits: OSHA PEL/8-Hr TWA: None established. Nuisance Dust. OSHA PEL/8Hr
TWA= 15 mg/m3 (total dust). OSHA PEL/8 Hr TWA – 05 mg/m3 (respirable dust), ACGIH TLV/8 – Hr
TWA = 10 mg/m3. White Mineral Oil is a dust suppressant additive only.
TVL/PEL: Not Available ZDMC page 3
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL INFORMATION
Evaporation Rate: < 1 (butyl acetate=1)
STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Under normal storage conditions, this product a) is stable; b) will not polymerize or exotherm; c) should be
kept away from extreme heat, strong oxidizers and bases; d) this product decomposes under high
temperature and hydrolyses in humid conditions. Above 130 C material may become instable.
Routes of Entry: Eye, Inhalation and Ingestion and skin Acute Dermal (Rabbit) >5010 mg/kg (LD50) (Flexsys MSDS) Acute Oral (rat): >650 mg/kg (LD50) (Flexsys MSDS) Acute Inhalation: 4Hr LC50= 0.026 – 0.081 mg/l (rat) Ingestion may cause alcohol intolerance (Antabuse Effect). May cause headache, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, gastrointestinal irritation. Practically non-toxic if swallowed. Remarks: Watch for allergic reaction on skin. See above issues with Ingestion and Inhalation. Aggravated Conditions: Alcohol consumption problems. Pulmanary disorders. This material or its emissions may cause an allergic reaction or sensitization reaction and thereby aggravate systemic disease. Carcinogenicity Comment: Not listed as a carcinogen or suspected carcinogen by NTP, IARC or OSHA. Note: May react with nitosating agents during rubber vulcanization to form Nitrosamines. Some of which could be considered carcinogens. Genotoxicity: Both positive and negative effects have been reported in standard tests using animals and animal cells. Reproductive/Developmental Toxicity: Animal studies have shown adverse effects – low birth weight of pups, maternal toxicity – on female animals. Animal studies have shown some adverse effects on male animals and offspring.
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Ecotoxicity: Ecotoxicity in water (LC50): NA
Acute Fish Toxicity: 96Hr LC50 Rainbow Trout = .75 mg/l. 96Hr LC 50 Bluegill Sunfish = 1.20
mg/l. 5Hr LC50 Goldfish = 5.0 mg/l. 48Hr EC50 Daphia Magna = -.23 mg/l
Octanol Water Coefficient: Log P = 1.23 (Estimate)
BOD and COD: Not available
Biodegradability: Not available
Chemical Fate Information: Rapidly degraded by ultraviolet light, heat and moisture. Moderately
bound to soil. Rapid hydrolysis in acidic water.
Other information: LD50 Redwing Blackbird – 00 mg/kg. Bioconcentration Factor = 90 (trout), 4.7
(Guppy). Hydrolysis Half-life: 0.25 HR @ pH 3.8, 9.1 HR @ pH5.7, 121 Hr @ pH 7.0, 433 Hr @ pH
This material is a Hazardous Waste. Incineration recommended
Incineration by a permitted hazardous waste facility in accordance with all regulatory requirements is the
preferred method of disposal. Empty containers can be rinsed with a suitable solvent/surfactant and
steamed to remove residual product and fumes before disposal or reuse in accordance with applicable
regulations. For spill clean-up procedures see Sect.VI.
The bag package may be considered a hazardous waste. Dispose of container according to local and
national law. SECTION XIV
UN2811, Toxic Solid. Organic, N.O.S., (Zinc Dimethyldithiocarbamate), 6.1,I TDG (Canada) CANADA TRANASPORT HAZ.GOODS:
Not determined. Label: Product trade name with chemical description. EUROPEAN TRANSPORTATION:
ADR/RID HAZ. CLASS: Not regulated. US CUSTOMS:
- HARMONIZED TARIFF CODE: 2930.20.2050 SECTION XV
Hazardous by definition of Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) SARA TITLE III:
- 311/312 CATEGORIES: Immediate “
- 313 Reportable ingredients: As “Zinc Compounds”. De Mimimis concentration =
1.0% CERCLA RQ:
Not applicable. RCRA Status:
P205 – Acutely Hazardous Waste TSCA REGULATORY:
All intentional ingredients are listed in the TSCA Inventory.
CANADA WHMIS HAZARD SYMBOL AND CLASS:
D1A Very Toxic Materials / Materials Causing
Other Toxic Effects D2A Very Toxic Materials D2B Toxic Materials. Listed under the category “Zinc and
its Compounds” NPRI Part I, Group I, ID # 231 (Canada). Minimum concentration to report 1%.
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CANADA INGREDIENT DISCLOSURE LIST:
Does not contain any ingredients on the IDL. All
intentional ingredients are on the DSL. SECTION XVI OTHER INFORMATION
Prepared: April 2009 The information presented herein, while not guaranteed, was prepared by technically knowledgeable personnel and to the best of our knowledge is true and accurate. It is not intended to be all-inclusive and the manner and conditions of use and handling may involve other or additional considerations. A good part of the information was gained from Flexsys MSDS FLP0025.
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