Material Safety Data Sheet
Section 1 Product and Distributor Information
DATE PREPARED: SEPTEMBER 27, 1999 LAST UPDATED: JANUARY 1, 2014
PRODUCT TRADE NAMES: ECOSOYA® CB-135, ECOSOYA® PB, ECO-WICK-WAX® CB-ADVANCED® CB-XCEL, ECOSOYA SOY, ECOSOYA
Manufacturer: Nature’s Gifts International, LLC.
10524 Lexington Drive, Suite 400, Knoxville, Tennessee 37932 United States of America
Telephone: 1-865-690-3183 E-mail: email@example.com
Section 2 Ingredients and Composition
Chemical Name CAS# EINECS#
Hydrogenated 68334-28-1 269-820-6
Chemical identity: Saturated and unsaturated vegetable lipids predominantly containing triglycerides, diglycerides and monoglycerides.
Section 3 Hazardous Ingredients Information
Section 4 Physical and Chemical Characteristics
APPEARANCE: SOLID – WHITE TO OFF WHITE
LIQUID – AMBER
MELTING POINT, AOCS CC 18-80: 110 - 175°F
BOILING POINT: N/A
CONGEALING POINT, ASTM D938: 93 - 138°F
VAPOR DENSITY (AIR=1.0): EXCEEDS 1.0
SOLUBILITY: NEGLIGIBLE IN WATER.
SPECIFIC GRAVITY, ASTM D1298 @ 190°F: 0.888 - 0.917
Weight, lbs per gallon: 7.37 – 7.61
Section 5 Fire and Explosion Hazard Information
Vegetable fats and oils will burn but are not flammable at room temperatures.
Flash Point: Above 450°F (233°C), ASTM, D-92
Fire Fighting: Use standard fire fighting procedures when extinguishing fat or oil fires.
Extinguishing Media: Foam, Carbon Dioxide, or Dry Chemical. Because water can spread the fire; it is advisable to avoid a direct water stream for extinguishing.
Section 6 Reactivity Information
Stability: Stable, no known reactivity problems.
Section 7 Health Hazard Information
Health Hazards (Acute & Chronic): None known.
Threshold Limit Value: As liquid or solid: None.
Oil Mists: 15 mg/m3 total particles.
Health Effects: Excessive inhalation of oil mist may affect the respiratory system. Hot oil mist is classified as a nuisance particle by ACGIH. Sensitive individuals may experience dermatitis after prolonged exposure to the skin.
Emergency First Aid Procedures: Accidental contact with eyes requires flushing with copious amounts of clean temperate water. Wash skin exposure with soap and warm water. Call a physician if symptoms persist.
NOTE: Hot melted wax can cause serious burns. Treat burns with normal first aid procedures and call for emergency medical treatment immediately.
Section 9 Personal Protective Equipment
If exposed to hot oil mist, an appropriate NIOSH approved respirator for organic vapors may be required. If handling containers of hot wax, insulated neoprene gloves, aprons and boots, face shields or other personal protective equipment may be required.
Ventilation should be provided in areas where hot wax is being used. As with any hot liquid, hot wax can burn the skin. Normal first aid procedures should be used and emergency medical treatment sought for treating burns.
Section 10 Precautions for Safe Handling and Use
Store away from flame and excessive heat
Section 11 Disclaimer of Implied Warranties
The information in this MSDS is believed to be correct and accurate. However, no warranty of any kind is expressed or is to be implied regarding; the accuracy or completeness of this information, the results to be obtained from the use of this information or the products, the safety of the products, or the hazards related to their use. The supplied information and products are provided on the condition that the recipient shall make their own determination as to the suitability of the products for their application(s) and with the condition that they assume all risk for their use(s).