LEAR CHEMICAL RESEARCH CORP.
P.O.Box 1040 Station B -
Mississauga, Ontario L4Y 3W3
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA
Emergency Telephone Number: 800-256-2548 (day) 905-890-3466 (night) Fax Number: 905-564-7077
Poison Control Center: Poisondex Alert System
SECTION I - PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION & USE
Name: CORROSION BLOCK ® Grease
Application: Corrosion Block® Grease is a high performance, high
temperature, multi-purpose grease mixture.
product is not controlled under WHMIS
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS COMPONENTS
/ PEL %
Oils and non-hazardous additives NA Not
SECTION III - PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Point: NA Specific
Gravity (H2O=1): 1
Pressure (mmHg.): NA Melting
Point (Deg. F): NA
Density: NA Evaporation
in Water: Negligible
SECTION IV - FIRE AND
EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
F. Method: COC
Media: CO², Dry Chemical, Foam, Water spray
Fighting Procedures: Use
full protective equipment and self-contained breathing apparatus. Cover
extinguishing agent. Use water
spray to cool fire exposed containers and as a protective
screen. Do not point solid water
stream directly into burning liquid to avoid
of carbon, Sulphur, Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Hydrogen Sulfide
SECTION V - REACTIVITY DATA
agents (Hydrogen Peroxide, Bromine, and Chronic Acid)
conditions produces normal
products of combustion including: Carbon
Oxides (CO- C0²)
Nitrogen oxides (N0²-NO)
Sulfur oxides (S0²-SO3).
Oxides of Calcium
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA
SHEET - PAGE 2 - Corrosion Block Grease
SECTION VI - TOXICOLOGICAL PROPERTIES
Routes of entry:
Oral: LD50: ND Acute
Eye: LC50: ND
Dermal: LD50: ND Acute
Vapor: LC50: ND
according to NTP, IARC, OSHA or ACGIH.
effects: No Tetragenic: No
Reproductive: No Developmental: No
is an untested mixture. The
toxicological information is based on the most hazardous ingredient.
EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE:
and Eyes: May
cause drying, of skin, dermatitis;
May cause mild irritation of eyes
Toxicity will have laxative effect
SECTION VII - EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
excess by wiping, followed by washing with soap and water.
warm water flush - 15 minutes, Physician assessment if eyes inflamed.
to fresh air. Apply CPR if
required. If resuscitation is
required, Physician assessment mandatory.
Ingestion: DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If
vomiting takes place, naturally,
lean victim forward to prevent aspiration into lungs. Aspiration into the lungs may cause
chemical pneumontis, which can be fatal. Mandatory physician assessment : Note to
Physician: Consult standard
literature for Hydrocarbon poison.
SECTION VII -
to be taken if Spilled: Using
dry clay, commercial sorbents, collect residue into suitable container for
Disposal Method: Dispose in approved landfill site or incinerate at
licensed waste reclaimer facility.
Follow all Local, Provincial, State and Federal Requirements. Materials not listed as a hazardous
waste under RCRA.
Respiratory Protection: None
Protective Gloves: None
Eye Protection: None
hands and face with soap and water after use. Launder soiled clothing.
SECTION X - REGULATORY INFORMATION
Federal Regulations: Not
Regulated by TDGR
Extreme Hazard: NO
Toxic Chemical: NO
III Hazard Classification Section 311, 312:
Fire: No Chronic: No Pressure: No .
Reactivity: No Acute: No
Lear Chemical and its
affiliates assume no responsibility for injury to anyone caused by the material
if reasonable safety procedures are not adhered to as stipulated in the data
sheet. Additionally, Lear Chemical
Research Corp. and affiliates assume no responsibility for injury to anyone
caused by abnormal use of the material even if reasonable safety procedures are
followed. Furthermore, vendee and
third persons assume the risk in their use of the material.
Date Issued: July 2001 Prepared
by: Lear Chemical Research Corp.