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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET


Section 1: PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


Manufacturer:   Odysseus Cornwall’s Outstanding Oils and Waxes LLC

Phone Number: (850) 266-7616

Address:           PO Box 263

                         Panacea, FL 32346

 

For emergencies, call Chemtrec anytime at 1-800-424-9300.

Outside US, call Chemtrec Collect at 703-527-3887.

 

Product Name:     Odie’s Safer Solvent

Synonyms:            Orange Terpenes, Terpene Hydrocarbons

Issue Date:            October 5, 2010


Section 2: HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION


Emergency Overview

Appearance/Odor: Colorless liquid with citrus aroma.

 

Product is Combustible.

 

Slippery when spilled.

Potential Health Effects: See Section 11 for more information.

Likely Routes of Exposure: Eye contact, skin contact, inhalation.

Eye: Causes moderate to severe irritation.

Skin: May cause slight redness. Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause drying of the skin.

Inhalation: May cause nose, throat, and respiratory tract irritation, coughing, headache.

Ingestion: Not likely to be toxic, but may cause vomiting, headache, or other medical problems.

Medical Conditions Aggravated By Exposure: May irritate the skin of people with pre-existing skin

       conditions.

 

This product does not contain any carcinogens or potential carcinogens as listed by OSHA, IARC,

ACGIH or NTP.

 

OSHA Regulatory Status

This material is combustible, which is defined as having a flash point between 100oF (37.8oC) and

200oF (93.3oC). Combustible materials are hazardous according to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200).


Section 3: COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


Component                                                         CAS #                          % by Wt.

Orange Terpenes                                               8028-48-6                          100


Section 4: FIRST AID MEASURES


Eye Contact: Remove contact lenses at once. Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists,

         seek medical attention.

Skin Contact: Wash affected area with copious amounts of soap and water. If irritation develops, seek

         medical attention.

Inhalation: If symptoms of overexposure are experienced, move to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek

          medical attention.

Ingestion: Seek medical attention immediately. DO NOT induce vomiting. Rinse mouth with water.

         DO NOT administer anything by mouth to an unconscious person. DO NOT leave victim

         unattended.

General: As with any chemical, employees should thoroughly wash hands with soap and water after    

        handling this material.


Section 5: FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


Suitable Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, foam or dry chemical.  Caution: Carbon dioxide will displace

         air in confined spaces and may create an oxygen deficient atmosphere.

Unsuitable Extinguishing Media: Water.

Products of Combustion: Forms acrid fumes, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide.

 

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Protection of Firefighters: Vapors may be irritating to eyes, skin and respiratory tract. Firefighters should

       wear self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and full fire-fighting turnout gear.


Section 6: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


Personal Precautions: Use personal protection recommended in Section 8. Product is slippery when

     spilled. Isolate the hazard area. Deny entry to unnecessary and unprotected personnel.

Environmental Precautions: Keep out of drains, sewers, ditches and waterways.

Methods for Containment: Dike spill area and cap leaking containers as necessary to prevent further

     spreading of spilled material. Absorb spilled liquid with suitable material such as dirt or sand.

Methods for Clean Up:      Eliminate all ignition sources. Use equipment rated for use around combustible materials. Oil soaked rags may spontaneously combust; place in appropriate disposal container.

Other Information:    There are no special reporting requirements for spills of this material.


Section 7: HANDLING AND STORAGE


Handling

Keep away from heat, sparks, and flame. Open container slowly to release pressure caused by temperature variations. Do not allow this material to come in contact with eyes. Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Use in well ventilated areas. Do not breathe vapors. Drum lining may occasionally chip and fall to the bottom of container; product should be filtered or strained before blending or repackaging. As with any chemical, employees should thoroughly wash hands with soap and water after handling this material.

Storage

Product may be packaged in phenolic-lined steel containers or fluorinated plastic containers. Store in a well ventilated area with proper sprinkler/fire deterrent system. Storage temperature should not exceed the flash point for extended periods of time. Keep container closed when not in use. Air should be excluded from partially filled containers by displacing with nitrogen or carbon dioxide. Do not cut, drill, grind or weld on or near this container; residual vapors may ignite.


Section 8: EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION


Exposure Guidelines

Orange Terpenes            8h TWA=30 ppm (AIHA Standard)

 

TWA –Time Weighted Average

 

Engineering Controls: Provide ventilation. Keep away from sparks and flames.

Eye/Face Protection: Wear safety glasses or goggles.

Skin Protection: Nitrile gloves are recommended. Boots, apron, or bodysuit should be worn as

necessary.

Respiratory Protection: Not normally required. If adequate ventilation is unavailable, use NIOSH

     approved air-purifying respirator with organic vapor cartridge or canister.

General Hygiene Considerations: Wash hands thoroughly after handling. Have eyewash and

     emergency shower facilities immediately available. Launder contaminated clothing before reuse.


Section 9: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


Color: Colorless.

Odor: Citrus aroma.

Physical State: Liquid.

Boiling Point: 349oF (176oC)

Melting Point: -140oF (-96oC), thickens at -108oF (-78oC)

Specific Gravity: 0.838 to 0.843 @ 68oF (20oC)

Refractive Index: 1.471 to 1.474

Optical Rotation: +96o to +104o

Vapor Pressure: oF (20oC)

Flash Point (CCCFP): >110oF (43oC)

Flammable Limits: LEL approx. 0.7%, UEL approx. 6.1%

Autoignition Temperature: 458oF (237oC)

Solubility in Water: Insoluble

Evaporation Rate: 0.2(BuAc=1)

Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Content: >95% by volume.

 

Note: These specifications represent a typical sample of this product, but actual values may vary. Certificates of Analysis and Specification Sheets are available upon request.

 

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Section 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


Stability: Stable.

Conditions to Avoid: Keep away from heat, sparks and flames.

Incompatible Materials: Strong oxidizing agents and strong acids, including acidic clays, peroxides,

     halogens, vinyl chloride, and iodine pentafluoride.

Hazardous Decomposition Products: Oxides of orange terpenes, which can result from improper

     storage and handling, are known to cause skin sensitization.

Possibility of Hazardous Reactions: To prevent oxidation, avoid long-term exposure to air. If storing

     partially filled container, fill headspace with an inert gas such as nitrogen or carbon dioxide.


Section 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


Acute Effects

Orange terpenes have been shown to have low oral toxicity (LD50>5 g/kg) and low dermal toxicity (LD50> 5g/kg) when tested on rabbits. Orange terpenes also showed low toxicity by inhalation (RD50>1 g/kg) when tested on mice. The skin irritancy of limonene in guinea pigs and rabbits is considered moderate and low, respectively. Inhalation may cause irritation of the nose, throat, and respiratory tract.

Chronic Effects

This product is not classified as a carcinogen by OSHA, IARC, ACGIH or NTP. This product has not been shown to produce genetic changes when tested on bacterial or animal cells. This product does not contain known reproductive or developmental toxins. Prolonged or repeated exposure can cause drying or dermatitis of skin. Improper storage and handling may lead to the formation of a possible skin sensitizer.


Section 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION


Ecotoxicity: There is no information available at this time for this product. However, a spill may produce    significant toxicity to aquatic organisms and ecosystems. Some studies have shown that certain bacteria and fungus have the ability to degrade terpenes, decreasing their toxicity to fish. When spilled, this product may act like oil, causing a film, sheen, emulsion or sludge at or beneath the surface of a body of water.

Persistence/Degradability: Product is expected to be readily biodegradable.

Bioaccumulation/Accumulation: No appreciable bioconcentration is expected in the environment.

Mobility in Environment: Orange terpenes volatilize rapidly.


Section 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


Disposal: Incinerate or dispose of in accordance with Local, State, and Federal Regulations. Taking regulations into consideration, waste may be incinerated or handled through EPA Spill Control Plan via landfill or dilution. Commercially clean containers prior to disposal. Oil soaked rags should be disposed of properly to prevent spontaneous combustion.


Section 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION


US DOT Shipping Classification

Proper Shipping Name: TERPENE HYDROCARBONS, N.O.S

Hazard Class: 3

Identification No.: UN2319

Packing Group: III

Label/Placard: exception §173.150(f) applies.

 

TDG Status: Hazardous

IMO Status: Hazardous

IATA Status: Hazardous

 

The listed transportation classification does not address regulatory variations due to changes in package size, mode of shipment or other regulatory descriptions.


Section 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION


Global Inventories

The components of this product are included in the following inventories:

USA (TSCA) Canada (DSL)   Europe (EINECS/ELINCS/Polymer/NLP)   Australia (AICS)   Korea (KECL) Philippines (PICCS) Japan (ENCS)

 

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The United States FDA lists d-limonene as GRAS in 21 CFR section 182.20 and 182.60.

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This product was produced with Good Manufacturing Practices. This product is a by-product of citrus and entirely of natural origin. This product has not been adulterated or misbranded.

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Proposition 65: California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986

This product is not known to contain any chemicals currently listed as carcinogens or reproductive toxins under California Proposition 65 at levels which would be subject to the proposition.

 

SARA Title III (Section 313)

This substance contains no materials subject to the reporting requirements of SARA Title III (Section 313).


Section 16: OTHER INFORMATION


NFPA 704: National Fire Protection Association

       Health – 1 (slight hazard)            Fire – 2 (moderate hazard)               Reactivity – 0 (minimal hazard)

 

EINECS Number: 232-433-8

 

d-Limonene is the major component of orange terpenes, with the balance consisting of other terpene hydrocarbons and oxygenated compounds - octanal, myrcene, alpha-pinene, linalool predominant. d- Limonene is a by-product of citrus, entirely of natural origin, and to the best of our knowledge contains no artificial flavors, sulfites, nitrites, or pesticide residue exceeding tolerances established by the FDA. d-Limonene does NOT contain lead, cadmium, mercury, or hexavalent chromium or come in contact with these chemicals since it is an citrus derived essential oil produced by steam/vacuum distillation. Further, d-Limonene is packaged in food grade containers with inert liners that do NOT contain lead, cadmium, mercury, or hexavalent chromium. d-Limonene does NOT contain and is NOT manufactured with any of the Class I or II ozone-depleting substances listed under the United States Clean Air Act of 1990.

 

Legend

ACIGH – American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists

AIHA – American Industrial Hygiene Association

BHT – Butylated Hydroxytoluene

EPA – United States Environmental Protection Agency

FDA – United States Food and Drug Administration

GRAS – Generally Recognized as Safe

IARC – International Agency for Research on Cancer

NIOSH – National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

NTP – National Toxicology Program

OSHA – United States Occupational Health and Safety Administration

 

Caution: The user should conduct his/her own experiments and establish proper procedures and

              control before attempting use on critical parts.

 

The information contained herein is based on current knowledge and experience: no responsibility is accepted that the information is sufficient or correct in all cases. Users should consider these data only as a supplement to other information obtained by the user. No warranty is expressed or implied regarding the accuracy of this data, the results to be obtained from the use thereof, or that any such use will not infringe any patent. Users should make independent determinations of suitability and completeness of information from all sources to assure proper use and disposal of these materials, the safety and health of employees and customers, and the protection of the environment. This information is furnished upon the condition the person receiving it shall determine the suitability for the particular purpose. This MSDS is to be used as a guideline for safe work practices and emergency response.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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