Material Name: Stamping Ink
Trade Name: C-100-1 Paste Ink
Part Number: I-8-WHO White
Material Safety Data Sheet
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HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Inhalation Health Risks and Symtoms of exposure: Essentially no irritation when used at room temperature.
Skin and Eye Contact Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure: Prolonged or repeated contact may dry and irritate skin, eye contact will be extremely irritating.
Skin Absorption Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure: Dermititus may result from prolonged or repeated use.
Ingestion Health Risks and Symtoms of Exposure: Can cause nausea, vomiting, and narcosis.
Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic): ACUTE: Vapor and/or mist may cause extreme irritation to eyes, nose and throat. CHRONIC: None currently known.
Carcinogenicity: NTP? No IARC MONOGRAPHS? NO OSHA REGULATED? NO None currently known.
Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure: Respiratory irritation and Dermititus.
Emergency First Aid Procedures: INHALATION: Remove to fresh air, restore breathing, treat symptoms, consult a physician. EYES: Flush immediately with water for 15 minutes, see a physician. SKIN: Wash with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing. Consult a physician if irritation persists. INGENSTION: Drink water to dilute, do not induce vomiting. Consult a physician or poison control center immediately.
PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE
Steps to be taken in case material is released or spilled: Remove by suitable inert absorbing material.
Waste Disposal Method: Incineration is preferred, in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Refer to MSDS caution information before attempting cleanup.
Precautions to be taken in handling and storing: Avoid excessive inhalation of vapor or mist.
Other Precautions: In accordance with good industrial practice, handle with care and avoid unnessary contact. Use only with adequate ventilation. Wash thoroughly after handling. For industrial use only. HMIS personal protective equipment is dependent upon conditions of use.
Respiratory Protection: None normally required. However, when required its use must be in compliance with all OSHA health and fit testing requirements. As given in 29CFR 1910.134.
Ventilation: Sufficient volume and pattern should be provided to keep air contaminant concentrations below current ACGIH TLV Limits.
Protective Gloves: Recommended for prolonged or repeated contact. Use rubber or plastic.
Eye Protection: Safety eyewear is recommended and should be available to avoid accidental contact.
Other Protective Clothing or Equipment: Use protective cream when skin contact is likely.
Work/Hygienic Practices: Wash hands before eating, drinking or smoking. Avoid smoking in work area.
DISCLAIMER: The information and recommendations contained herein were obtained from sources believed to be generally reliable. But we make no warrantee concerning their accuracy and we will not be held liable for claims relating to any part's use of or reliance on information or recommentations contained herein.