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Jeen International msds JEECHEM BUBBLE BATH GSE Page 1

Jeen International - msds JEECHEM BUBBLE BATH GSE
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"...Bubble Bath GSE Ingredients % by Wt. PEL (ppm) TLV (ppm) Surfactant Blend 55 N/E N/E 5 N/E 1000 ppm 40 Section 2 - Physical Data Boiling Point: <100C Vapor Pressure: 20 mm Hg @ 25C Vapor Density: 0.6 Specific Gravity: 1.025 @ 25/25 Melting Point: 32F Evaporation Rate (BuAc = 1): 0.2 Solubility in Water: Complete Section 3 - Fire and Explosion Hazards Flash Point: 123F Flammable Limits: LEL: 3.3% UEL: 19% Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam , water fog. Special Fire Fighting Procedures: Wear self contained breathing apparatus and full protective gear when entering confined areas. Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: Flammable liquid and escaping vapors may ignite which can result in flash fire. Section 4 - Health Hazard Information Threshold Limit Value (ACGIH TLV): 1000 ppm (ethanol) OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL): N/E Carcinogenicity - NTP Monograph: OSHA: IARC: Oral LD 50: N/E Ocular Irritation Studies (Animal): Irritant (rabbit) Inhalation Toxicity: Contains material that..."
Jeen International msds JEECHEM CA 40 Page 2

Jeen International - msds JEECHEM CA 40
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"...AT ROOM TEMPERATURE VAPOR PRESSURE: NOT ESTABLISHED SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.1 VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1): GREATER THAN 1 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: SOLUBLE APPEARANCE AND COLOR: PALE YELLOW LIQUID SECTION VII - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS FLASH POINT: 550 o F C.O.C. AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE: NOT ESTABLISHED FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % VOLATILES 3 MAX NFPA RATING: NO NFPA RATING SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS: (INDIVIDUALS SHOUD PERFORM ONLY THOSE FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN TRAINED) USE WATER SPRAY, dry chemical, foam OR CARBON DIOXIDE. USE WATER TO KEEP FIRE-EXPOSED CONTAINERS COOL. IF A SPILL OR LEAK HAS NOT IGNITED, USE WATER SPRAY TO DISPERSE THE VAPORS. WATER SPRAY MAY BE USED TO FLUSH SPILLS AWAY FROM THE FIRE AND DILUTE SPILLS TO NONFLAMMABLE MIXTURES. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS IN THE POSITIVE-PRESSURE MODE WITH A FULL FACEPIECE WHEN THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF EXPOSURE TO SMOKE, FUMES OR HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS. SECTION VIII- REACTIVITY..."
Jeen International msds JEECHEM NP 30 Page 2

Jeen International - msds JEECHEM NP 30
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"...GREATER THAN 1 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: SOLUBLE APPEARANCE AND COLOR: COLORLESS VISCOUS LIQUID SECTION VII - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS FLASH POINT & METHOD USED: 500 o F (260 o C) C.O.C. FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % BY VOL. LOWER: NOT ESTABLISHED FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % BY VOL. UPPER: NOT ESTABLISHED NFPA RATING: NO NFPA RATING SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS: (INDIVIDUALS SHOULD PERFORM ONLY THOSE FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN TRAINED) USE WATER SPRAY, dry chemical, foam OR CARBON DIOXIDE. USE WATER TO KEEP FIRE-EXPOSED CONTAINERS COOL. IF A SPILL OR LEAK HAS NOT IGNITED, USE WATER SPRAY TO DISPERSE THE VAPORS. WATER SPRAY MAY BE USED TO FLUSH SPILLS AWAY FROM THE FIRE AND DILUTE SPILLS TO NONFLAMMABLE MIXTURES. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS IN THE POSITIVE-PRESSURE MODE WITH A FULL FACEPIECE WHEN THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF EXPOSURE TO SMOKE, FUMES OR HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS. PAGE 2 OF..."
Jeen International msds JEECHEM NP 6 Page 2

Jeen International - msds JEECHEM NP 6
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"...(AIR=1): GREATER THAN 1 SOLUBILITY IN WATER: DISPERSIBLE APPEARANCE AND COLOR: COLORLESS LIQUID SECTION VII - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS FLASH POINT & METHOD USED: 495 o F (257 o C) C.O.C. FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % BY VOL. LOWER: NOT ESTABLISHED FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % BY VOL. UPPER: NOT ESTABLISHED NFPA RATING: NO NFPA RATING SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS: (INDIVIDUALS SHOULD PERFORM ONLY THOSE FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN TRAINED) USE WATER SPRAY, dry chemical, foam OR CARBON DIOXIDE. USE WATER TO KEEP FIRE-EXPOSED CONTAINERS COOL. IF A SPILL OR LEAK HAS NOT IGNITED, USE WATER SPRAY TO DISPERSE THE VAPORS. WATER SPRAY MAY BE USED TO FLUSH SPILLS AWAY FROM THE FIRE AND DILUTE SPILLS TO NONFLAMMABLE MIXTURES. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS IN THE POSITIVE-PRESSURE MODE WITH A FULL FACEPIECE WHEN THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF EXPOSURE TO SMOKE, FUMES OR HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS. SECTION VIII- REACTIVITY..."
Jeen International msds JEECOL CA 20 Page 1

Jeen International - msds JEECOL CA 20
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"...heated vapors are inhaled and breathing problems occur, move victim to fresh air and consult a physician. Skin Contact: Immediately flush skin with water while removing contaminated clothing. Eye Contact: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of cool water for at least 15 minutes. Do not rub eyes. Consult with a physician. Ingestion: Induce vomiting. Do not give anything by mouth if victim is unconscious. Consult a physician or poison control unit. SECTION 5- FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Suitable extinguishing Media: dry chemical, foam or carbon dioxide Special Hazards: Use water to keep fire-exposed containers cool. If a spill or leak has not ignited, use water spray to disperse with vapors. Water spray may be used to flush spills away from fire and to dilute spills to non-flammable mixtures. Special Protective Equipment: Firefighters should wear self-contained breathing apparatus in the positive pressure mode with a full facepiece when there is a possibility of exposure to smoke, fumes or hazardous decomposition products. NFPA Rating:..."
Jeen International msds JEELATE ALS 30 Page 1

Jeen International - msds JEELATE ALS 30
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"...persists. Launder contaminated clothing before reuse and discard shoes and other leather articles saturated with the material. Inhalation: Remove exposed person to fresh air if adverse effects are observed. If breathing is labored, administer oxygen. If breathing has stopped, apply artificial respiration. If irritation persists or if toxic symptoms are observed, get medical attention. Additional Information: Not to physician. Treat symptomatically. Section 5- Fire Fighting Measures Flash Point: >100 Deg. C, 212 Deg. F PMCC (Minimum) Extinguishing Media: CO2, dry chemical, foam , water spray, water fog. Firefighting Procedures: Recommend wearing self-contained breathing apparatus. Water may be ineffective fighting fires. Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazards: Toxic fumes, gases or vapors may evolve on burning. JEELATE ALS-30 page 1 of 6 24 Madison Road, Fairfield, New Jersey 07004, USA Tel: 800-771-JEEN (5336), Tel: 973-439-1401, Fax: 973-439-1402, email: info@jeen.com , Website: www.jeen.com..."
Jeen International msds JEEMATE 1000 DPS Page 2

Jeen International - msds JEEMATE 1000 DPS
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"...COLOR: WHITE WAXY SOLID SECTION VII - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS FLASH POINT & METHOD USED: 430 o F (221 o C) C.O.C. FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % BY VOL. LOWER: NOT ESTABLISHED FLAMMABLE LIMITS IN AIR, % BY VOL. UPPER: NOT ESTABLISHED NFPA RATING: NO NFPA RATING HMIS RATING: HEALTH (0) FIRE (1) REACTIVITY (0) SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES AND PRECAUTIONS: (INDIVIDUALS SHOULD PERFORM ONLY THOSE FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN TRAINED) USE WATER SPRAY, dry chemical, foam OR CARBON DIOXIDE. USE WATER TO KEEP FIRE-EXPOSED CONTAINERS COOL. IF A SPILL OR LEAK HAS NOT IGNITED, USE WATER SPRAY TO DISPERSE THE VAPORS. WATER SPRAY MAY BE USED TO FLUSH SPILLS AWAY FROM THE FIRE AND DILUTE SPILLS TO NONFLAMMABLE MIXTURES. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS IN THE POSITIVE-PRESSURE MODE WITH A FULL FACEPIECE WHEN THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF EXPOSURE TO SMOKE, FUMES OR HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS. SECTION VIII- REACTIVITY..."
Jeen International msds JEEMATE 1000 ML Page 1

Jeen International - msds JEEMATE 1000 ML
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"...61791-29-5 SECTION 2: INGREDIENTS AND HAZARDOUS HAZARD CLASSIFICATION: IRRITANT HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS: POLYETHYLENE GLYCOL MONOLAURATE LIMITS: NOT ESTABLISHED SECTION 3: PHYSICAL DATA BOILING POINT: N/A ODOR: BLAND VAPOR PRESSURE: N/A SPECIFIC GRAVITY: N/A VAPOR DENSITY N/A MELTING POINT, F: N/A SOLUBILITY IN WATER: SOLUBLE EVAPORATION RATE: N/A APPEARANCE: LIGHT YELLOW LIQUID SECTION 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA FLASH POINT, F, COC: 520 F FLAMMABLE LIMITS: NOT ESTABLISHED AUTO IGNITION TEMPERATURE: NOT ESTABLISHED EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: USE WATER SPRAY, dry chemical, foam OR CARBON DIOXIDE. SPECIAL PROCEDURES: USE WATER TO COOL CRUMS EXPOSED TO FIRE. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS: FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD USE SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS TO AVOID EXPOSURE TO SMOKE AND VAPOR. ______________________________________________________________________ SECTION 5: REACTIVITY DATA STABILITY: PRODUCT IS STABLE INCOMPATIBILITY: AVOID CONTACT WITH STRONG OXIDIZING AGENTS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: CARBON OXIDES HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION: WILL NOT OCCUR Page No. 1 of 2 - MSDS - JEEMATE 1000-ML 24 Madison Road, Fairfield, New Jersey 07004, USA Tel: 800-771-JEEN (5336), Tel: 973-439-1401,..."



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