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|Date prepared : June 29-02 |
FLEX-C-MENT? Accent Enhancer
& Sons LLC
1810-1 E Poinsett St. Ext. Greer, SC 29651
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID
||FLEX-C-MENT? Accent Enhancer
is a cementitious mixture of cement, calcium oxides, and silica. When
in contact with moisture in eyes or on skin, or when mixed with water,
it becomes highly caustic (pH>12) and will damage or burn (as
severely as third degree) the eyes or skin. Inhalation may cause
irritation to the moist mucous membranes of the nose, throat and upper
respiratory system or may cause or may aggravate certain lung diseases
or conditions. Use exposure controls or personal protection methods
in Section 12.
flush eye thoroughly with water. Continue flushing eye for at least 15
minutes, including under lids, to remove all particles. Call physician
||Wash skin with cool water and pH-neutral soap or
a mild detergent. Seek medical treatment if irritation or inflamma-
tion develops or persists. Seek immediate medical treatment in the
event of burns. |
||Remove person to fresh air. If breathing is
difficult, adminis- ter oxygen. If not breathing, give artificial
respiration. Seek medical help if coughing and other symptoms do not
subside. Inhalation of large amounts of Accent Enhancer require
immediate medical attention. |
induce vomiting. If conscious, have victim drink plenty of water and
call a physician immediately. |
||This product consists of a heterogeneous
mixture of hydrau- lic cement, sand and silicas. The major compounds
|Hydraulic Cement, Calcium sulfate,
Iron oxide, Calcium carbonate, Magnesium oxide, Calcium oxide,
Crystalline silica |
|TRACE INGREDIENTS: |
Due to the use of ingredients mined from the earth?s crust, trace
amounts of naturally occurring, poten- tially harmful constituents may
be detected during analysis.
Potential health effects may vary depending upon the duration and
degree of exposure. To reduce or eliminate health hazards associated
with this product, use exposure controls or personal protection methods
as described in section 12.
(Acute/Chronic) Exposure to airborne dust may cause
immediate or delayed irritation or inflammation of the cornea. Eye
contact by large amounts of dry powder or splashes of wet Overlay Mix
may cause effects ranging from moderate eye irritation to chemical
burns or blindness.
(Acute) Exposure to dry Overlay Mix may cause drying
of the skin with consequent mild irritation or more significant effects
attributable to aggravation of other conditions. Discomfort or pain
cannot be relied upon to alert a person to hazardous skin exposure.
(Chronic) Dry Overlay Mix coming in contact with wet skin or exposure
to wet Overlay Mix may cause more sever skin effects including
thickening, cracking or fissuring of the skin. Prolonged exposure can
cause severe skin damage in the form of chemical (caustic) burns.
(Acute/Chronic) Some individuals may exhibit an allergenic response
upon exposure to Overlay Mix. The response may appear in a variety of
forms ranging from a mild rash to severe skin ulcers.
(Acute) Exposure to Overlay Mix may cause irritation
to the moist mucous membrane of the nose, throat and upper respiratory
system. Pre-existing upper respiratory and lung diseases may be
aggravated by inhalation.
(Chronic) Inhalation exsposure to
free crystalline silica may cause delayed lung injury including
silicosis, a disabling and potentially fatal lung disease, and/or cause
or aggravate other lung diseases or conditions.
(Acute/Chronic) Internal discomfort or
ill effects are possible if large quantities are swallowed
POTENTIAL: ||Overlay Mix is not recognized as a
carcinogen by the NTP, OSHA, or IARC. However, it may contain trace
amounts of heavy metals recognized as carcinogens by these organiza-
tions. In addition, it also contains crystalline silica which IARC
classifies as a known human carcinogen (Group I). The NTP, in it?s
ninth Annual Report on Carcinogens, |
crystalline (respirable)? as a known carcino- gen. (See also Section 4
ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
|Contain material to
prevent contamination of soil, surface
water or ground water. Use dry clean-up methods that do not disperse
dust into the air or entry into surface water. Material can be used if
not contaminated. |
Place in an appropriate labeled container
for disposal or use. Avoid inhalation of dust and contact with skin and
eyes. Use exposure control and personal protection methods as described
in Section 12.
||Gray, odorless ||PHYSICAL
||Solid(powder mix with sand and silica)
||Not applicable ||VAPOR
DENSITY: ||Not applicable
(ASTM D 1293-95)
|12-13 ||SOLUBILITY IN
WATER: ||Slightly (0.1%-1.0%)
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|FLASH POINT: None
EXPLOSIVE LIMIT: None |
IGNITION: Not combustible |
EXPLOSIVE LIMIT: None |
LIMITS: Not applicable |
FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Not applicable
|EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Not applicable
|UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:
COMBUSTION PRODUCTS: None |
9. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY DATA
Product is stable. Keep dry until
|CONDITIONS TO AVOID: ||Unintentional
contact with water. Contact with water will result
hydration and produces (caustic) calcium hydroxide.
||Wet Overlay Mix is alkaline. As such, it is
incompatible with acids,
ammonium salts and aluminum metal.
||Will not occur |
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||Will not occur |
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PRECAUTION FOR HANDLING AND STORAGE
||Keep dry until used. Handle and store in a
manner so that |
airborne dust does not exceed applicable
Use adequate ventilation and dust
collection. Use exposure control and personal protection methods as
described in Section 12.
|See Section 5 for Hazard
Identification. No recognized
unusual toxicity to plants and animals. |
by exposure: Eye disease, skin disorders and Chronic Respiratory
EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONEL PROTECTION
PROTECTION: || |
local exhaust or general dilution ventilation to control dust levels
below applicable exposure limits. Minimize dispersal of dust into air.
safety glasses with side shields or goggles to avoid contact with eyes.
In extreme dusty environments and unpredictable environ-ments, wear
tight fitting unvented or indirectly vented goggles to avoid eye |
irritation or injury. Contact lenses should not be worn when handling
cement or cement containing products.
||Wear impervious abrasion and
alkali-resistant gloves, boots, long- sleeved shirt, long pants or
other protective clothing to prevent skin contact. Promptly remove
clothing dusty with Overlay Mix or clothing dampened with moisture
mixed with Overlay mix, and launder before re-use. If contact occurs,
wash areas contacted by material with pH neutral soap and water. |
||DO NOT DUMP INTO ANY SEWERS, ON THE GROUND
OR INTO ANY BODY OF WATER. All disposal methods must be in compliance
with all Federal, State/Provincial and local laws and regulations.
Regulations may vary in different locations. Waste characterizations
and compliances with applicable laws are the responsibility solely of
the waste generator. |