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photo 4ROAD COAT is an economical, effective dust control. It is long lasting because it is an asphalt base and sheds water. Magnesium and Calcium Chloride both draw water into the application to keep the dust controlled.

ROAD COAT seals and binds the road together and repels water away from the application.

ROAD COAT is designed to penetrate rapidly and absorb into the surface binding the fines together and waterproofing the treated areas to make them resistant to water erosion. The product will continue to provide protection from wind, water, and traffic erosion for an extended period of time.

ROAD COAT delivers the long lasting binding abilities of high-grade asphalt. Water proofing and better wet weather road stability is also included in the package.
Before applying ROAD COAT, the road should be graded to prevent puddling and to eliminate potholes. This will allow ROAD COAT to penetrate the surface more effectively.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
ASPHALT PENETRATOR

  I. MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION

  Common Name:   Ligno Magno Custom Blend Road Stabilizer and Dust Suppressant
  Chemical Name:   Magnesium Chloride Solution with Ligninsulfonate
  Product Use:   Dust suppression, general industrial and speciality uses
  Manufacturer: Lyman Dust Control, Inc.
PO Box 1460
Hayden, ID 83835-1460
1-800-952-6457
www.lymandustcontrol.com

  II. HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

  Emergency overview CAUTION – MAY CAUSE EYE IRRITATIONThis MSDS has been compiled as a response to customer requests to address the safe handling of magnesium chloride solution with ligninsulfonate.THIS PRODUCT IS NOT REGULATED UNDER OSHA. It does not contain any hazardous components.
  Potential short term health effects: Routes of Exposure — Eye, Skin Contact, Inhalation, Ingestion
Eyes — May cause irritation.
Skin — Non-irritating to the skin.
Inhalation — May cause respiratory tract irritation.
Ingestion — May cause stomach distress, nausea or vomiting.
Target Organs — Eyes. Respiratory system.
Chronic Effects — None known.
Signs and Symptoms — Symptoms of overexposure may be headaches, dizziness, tiredness, nausea and vomiting.

  III. PHYSICAL DATA / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

  Boiling Point (C):   104 Degrees C/220 Degrees F   Specific Gravity (25C):   1.20 – 1.36
  Freezing Point (C):   Minus 5.6   Solubility in Water:   100%
  Vapor Pressure (mm Hg):   N/A   Evaporation Rate:   N/A
  Vapor Density (Air = 1):   N/A   Percent Volatile By Volume (%):   45.0 (Water) 47 – 51
  Appearance and Odor:   Brown Viscous Liquid w/Slight Odor
  Ingredients    CAS Number   Percent
  Magnesium Chloride   7791-18-6   20-30
  Water   7732-18-5   65-75
  Ligninsulfonate   8062-15-5   3-10

  IV. HEALTH HAZARD DATA / FIRST AID MEASURES

  Inhalation If symptoms develop move victim to fresh air. If symptoms persist, obtain medical attention.
  Skin Contact Flush with cool water. Wash with soap and water. Obtain medical attention if irritation persists.
  Eye Contact Flush with cool water. Remove contact lenses, if applicable, and continue flushing. Obtain medical attention if irritation persists.
  Ingestion Do not induce vomiting. Rinse mouth with water, then drink one or two glasses of water. Obtain
medical attention. Never give anything by mouth if victim is unconscious.
  Toxicity LD50, Toxicological studies on lignosulfonates indicate that they are non toxic. During rat tests to determine toxicity where lignosulfonates were administered orally, no deaths were produced.
In the literature, LD50 for lignosulfonates has been reported to be 20,000 mg/kg body weight by ingestion. Materials with LD50 values of 5,000 mg/kg of body weight and greater are considered to be non-toxic.
  Carcinogenicity   None
  Mutagenicity   None
  Reproductive Effects   None
  Synergistic Substances   None
  Sensitization Effects   None
  Irritation   Practically None

  V. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA

  Flash Point (Method Used):   N/A
  Auto Ignition Temperature:   N/A
  Flammable Limits in Air, % By Volume   N/A
  Extinguishing Media:   Water Spray, Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Alcohol – Type of Universal Type Foam
  Special Fire Fighting Procedures:   Use Supplied Breathing Air and Protective Clothing
  Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards:   None
  NFPA Classification:   Health=0 Flammability=0 Reactivity=0

  VI. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PROCEDURES

  Spill Response: Dam Spill, Retrieve Liquid Where Possible , Prevent entry into waterways, sewers, basements or confined areas. Flush with water.
  Waste Disposal Methods: Small spills may be absorbed with non-reactive absorbent and placed in suitable, covered, labelled containers. Finish cleaning by spreading water on the affected surface and dispose of according to local and regional authority requirements.

  VII. REACTIVITY DATA

  Stability:   Normally stable, stable below 200oC
  Hazardous Polymerization:   Will not occur.
  Incompatibility Strong oxidizing agents, concentrated acids, Nitric acid. Avoid contact with these materials.
  Conditions To Avoid Contact with above materials. Heating material to dryness and further to 200 degrees C. Contact with strong base.
  Hazardous Decomposition Products Sulfur dioxide (SO2), Carbon oxides (CO2, CO), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx). Ammonia may be released if strong alkali is applied.

  VIII. SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION

  Ventilation Requirements: Adequate ventilation for comfort is recommended
  Respiratory Protection: N-95 Recommended When Conditions Warrant
  Skin Protection Rubber Gloves Recommended
  Eye Protection: Goggles/Face Shield recommended for prolongs exposure
  Other Protective Equipment: Wear Protective Clothing, Avoid Prolonged Exposure To Clothing That Contains Product
  Precautions For Repair/Maintenance of:
  For Repair/Maintenance of: Flush With Water Until Clean And Use Good Maintenance Practices To Maintain Equipment
  Hygiene in Handling/Storage: Daily Changing Of Clothing That Contains Product Is Recommended.

  X. PERMITTED USES OF LIGNOSULFONATES

  21 CFR 178.3120 Adjuvant For Glue   21 CFR 176.210 – Components Of Paper
  40 CFR 180.1001 Pesticides Formulations   21 CFR 177.1210 – Gaskets For Food Additives
  21 CFR 176.120; 176.170; 176.180; Components Of Paper   21 CFR 175.105 – Components Of Adhesives
  21 CFR 173.310 – Boiler Water Additives   21 CFR 573.600 – Animal Feeds
  21 CFR 172.715; 182.99 – Pesticides For Formulations   For Use as a Dust Abatement For Fugitive Dust Control

  XI. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

  Ecotoxicity: May be harmful to freshwater aquatic species and to plants that are not saline tolerant.
  Enviromental effects:   Not Available

  XII. TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

  U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)   Not regulated as dangerous goods. Not regulated as hazardous.
  Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG-Canada)   Not regulated as dangerous goods. Not regulated as hazardous.

  XIII. REGULATORY INFORMATION

  U.S. Federal regulations: This product is not known to be a “Hazardous Chemical” as defined by the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200 . All components are on the U.S. EPA TSCA Inventory List.
  OSHA Status:   Not Listed
  TSCA Status:   Not Listed
  CERCLA (Superfund) reportable quantity:   None
  SARA Section 302 Extremely Hazardous Substances:   Not Listed
  SARA Section 311/312 Hazard Categoriy:   Not an OSHA hazardous material
  SARA Section 313 Toxic Chemical:   Not an OSHA hazardous material
  RCRA Status:   Not Listed
The information and data herein are believed to be accurate and have been compiled from sources believed to be reliable. It is offered for your consideration, investigation, and verification. Buyer assumes all risk of use, storage, and handling of the product in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Lyman Dust Control, Inc makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, concerning the accuracy or completeness of this information and data herein. The implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are specifically excluded. Lyman Dust Control, Inc will not be liable for claims relating to any party’s use of or reliance on information and data contained herein regardless of whether it is claimed that the information and data are inaccurate, incomplete or otherwise misleading.
REVISION DATE 03/20/2014

SPECIFICATION SHEET
ASPHALT PENETRATOR

  I. CHEMICAL PRODUCT & COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

  TRADE NAME(S): CMS-2, CMS-2P, CMS-2S, CRS-1, CRS-1H, CRS-1HP, CRS-2, CRS-2H, CRS-2NV, CRS-2P, CRS-2P SAFLEA, CRS-2R, CSS-1, CSS-1H, CSS-1 DILUTE, CSS-1H DILUTE, FDR-EE, LMCRS-2H, PEP-C, PEP-C DILUTE, STE-1t
  CAS NUMBER:   MIXTURE
  MSDS NUMBER:   7731
  PRODUCT CODE:   ND
  SYNONYM(S):   CATIONIC ASPHALT EMULSION
  Manufacturer: Lyman Dust Control, Inc.
PO Box 1460
Hayden, ID 83835-1460
1-800-952-6457
www.lymandustcontrol.com

  II. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

  Ingredient Name   CAS Number   Concentration* Exposure Limits / Health Hazards
  PETROLEUM ASPHALT   8052-42-4   50-80% Asphalt Fumes: 0.5 mg/m3 8-Hour TWA (ACGIH)
  PETROLEUM BITUMEN   8052-42-4   50-80% Asphalt Fumes: 0.5 mg/m3 8-Hour TWA (ACGIH)
  WATER   7732-18-5   5-50%   ND
  PETROLEUM DISTILLATES   PROPRIETARY   <35%**   ND
  POLYMER MODIFIER   PROPRIETARY   0-25%   ND
  SURFACTANTS   MIXTURE   0-7%   ND
  EMULSIFIER   PROPRIETARY   0-4%   ND
  ADDITIVES   PROPRIETARY   0-3.5%   ND
  THICKENER   PROPRIETARY   0-2%   ND
  VULCANIZING AGENT   PROPRIETARY   0-2%   ND
  STABILIZER   PROPRIETARY   0-1%   ND
  ANTI-STRIP   PROPRIETARY   0-1%   ND
  HYDROGEN SULFIDE   7783-06-4   <1% 20 ppm CEILING (OSHA)
10 ppm 8-Hour TWA (ACGIH)
15 ppm 15-Min STEL (ACGIH)
*Values do not reflect absolute minimums and maximums; these values are typical which may vary from time to time.
The specific identities of some of the components of this
Asphalt products can contain hydrogen sulfide, because it is naturally occurring in crude oil from which asphalt
is derived. Hydrogen sulfide can also be present as a by-product of asphalt processing.
Material may contain polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).

  II. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

EMERGENCY OVERVIEW
WARNING!
HEALTH HAZARDS
MAY BE SEVERELY IRRITATING TO THE SKIN AND EYES
MAY BE IRRITATING TO THE RESPIRATORY TRACT
MAY BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED OR ABSORBED THROUGH THE SKIN
FUMES FROM HEATED MATERIAL MAY BE IRRITATING AND HAZARDOUS
MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN REACTION
OVEREXPOSURE MAY CAUSE CNS DEPRESSION
ASPIRATION HAZARD IF SWALLOWED-CAN ENTER LUNGS AND CAUSE DAMAGE
POTENTIAL REPRODUCTIVE HAZARD
CONTAINS MATERIAL WHICH MAY CAUSE CANCER
SEE “TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION” (SECTION 11) FOR MORE INFORMATION
FLAMMABILITY HAZARDS
UNDEFINED (FLASH POINT > 200° F)
PER OSHA GUIDELINES, 29 CFR 1910.1200(c)
REACTIVITY HAZARDS
STABLE
POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS, SKIN – SEVERELY IRRITATING.
Contact may cause reddening, pain, itching, inflammation and possible tissue damage. Defatting agent.
Contains a component(s) that may cause allergic skin reactions in some individuals. May cause photoirritation in some individuals.
Absorption from prolonged or repeated skin contact may cause systemic toxicity.
Contact with heated material may cause thermal burns.
POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS, EYE – SEVERELY IRRITATING.
Exposure to vapors, fumes or mists may cause irritation. Direct contact may cause pain, tears, burns, sensitivity to light, swelling and possible corneal damage. Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause irritation and conjunctivitis.
Contact with heated material may cause thermal burns, destruction of eye tissue and possible permanent injury or blindness.
POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS, INHALATION
Breathing of the mists, vapors or fumes may irritate the nose, throat and lungs. Symptoms may include sore throat, coughing, labored breathing, sneezing and burning sensation, depending on the concentration and duration of exposure. Fumes or vapors from the heated material may be irritating to the respiratory tract.
May cause central nervous system depression or effects. Symptoms may include headache, excitation, euphoria, dizziness, nausea, incoordination, drowsiness, light-headedness, blurred vision, fatigue, tremors, convulsions, loss of consciousness, coma, respiratory arrest and death, depending on the concentration and duration of exposure.
Components have been shown to be weak cardiac sensitizers which can result in cardiac arrhythmia and ventricular fibrillation.
May release hydrogen sulfide gas which is highly toxic. Hydrogen sulfide can cause respiratory paralysis and death, depending on the concentration and duration of exposure. Do not rely on ability to smell vapors, since odor fatigue rapidly occurs. Effects of overexposure include irritation of the nose and throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain and signs of nervous system depression (e.g. headache, drowsiness, dizziness, loss of coordination and fatigue), irregular heartbeats, pulmonary edema, weakness and convulsions.
See Storage & Handling (Section 7) for more information.
Contains a component(s) which may cause allergic or asthma-like reactions in certain individuals.
Overexposure to this material may cause systemic damage including target organ effects listed under “Toxicological Information” (Section 11).
Other specific symptoms of exposure are listed under “Toxicological Information” (Section 11).
POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS, INGESTION
May cause severe irritation with intense burning of the mouth and throat followed by abdominal pain and distress, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Symptoms may include salivation, pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Aspiration into lungs may cause chemical pneumonia and lung damage.
Exposure may also cause central nervous system symptoms similar to those listed under “Inhalation” (see Inhalation section).
Overexposure to this material may cause systemic damage including target organ effects listed under “Toxicological Information” (Section 11).
Other specific symptoms of exposure are listed under “Toxicological Information” (Section 11).

  IV. FIRST AID MEASURES

SKIN
For hot material, immerse or flush skin with large amounts of the coldest water possible. Cover with clean cotton sheeting or gauze. Remove clothing if not sticking to skin. DO NOT try to remove solidified material from the skin as the damaged flesh can be easily torn. DO NOT try to dissolve with solvents or thinners. GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
For cold material, immediately wash skin with plenty of soap and water while removing contaminated clothing and shoes. Get medical attention if irritation persists.
Place contaminated clothing in closed container for storage until laundered or discarded. If clothing is to be laundered, inform person performing operation of contaminant’s hazardous properties. Discard contaminated leather goods.
EYE
Flush immediately with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes. Eyelids should be held away from the eyeball to ensure thorough rinsing. GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
Burns due to contact with heated material require immediate medical attention.
INHALATION
Safely remove the victim from exposure to fresh air. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RESCUE WITHOUT ADEQUATE PROTECTIVE GEAR AND PROPER TRAINING. Remove to fresh air. If not breathing, institute rescue breathing. If breathing is difficult, ensure airway is clear and give oxygen.
Keep affected person warm and at rest. GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
INGESTION
Gastric lavage should be performed only by qualified medical personnel. If spontaneous vomiting occurs keep head below hips to prevent aspiration and monitor for breathing difficulty. Do not induce vomiting because of danger of aspirating liquid into lungs, causing serious damage and chemical pneumonitis.
Keep affected person warm and at rest. GET IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
NOTES TO PHYSICIAN
Gastric lavage may be indicated if ingested.
If spontaneous vomiting has occurred after ingestion, the patient should be monitored for difficult breathing, as adverse effects of aspiration into the lungs may be delayed up to 48 hours.
Anemia may require the usual supportive measures. Medical evaluation of acute overexposure should include hematological determinations until stable. In severe acute and chronic poisoning, both renal and hepatic damage may occur and should be anticipated in such cases. Respiratory and pulmonary problems may require special attention. After severe acute symptoms have been alleviated, it may be advisable to consider periodic monitoring of the patient until such time as the likelihood of other adverse effects can be discounted.
Hydrogen sulfide is primarily a respiratory toxin inhibiting the cytochrome oxidase system; it is probably more potent than HCN. The lifetime of sulfide in oxygenated blood is short and sulfmethemoglobin is rapidly detoxified by red blood cells and the liver. If nitrites have been used for detoxification, check methemoglobin levels. Follow fluid and electrolyte balance carefully since metabolic acidosis may occur from increased anaerobic metabolism. Watch for pulmonary edema and aspiration pneumonia during convalescence.
For skin contact with hot asphalt material, do not peel the solidified material from the skin, or use solvents such as gasoline, kerosene, or paint thinner to remove. Cooled asphalt may adhere so tenaciously to the skin that attempted removal may cause severe distress to the patient. Covering the affected area using commercially available preparations containing the emulsifying agent polysorbate (Tween 80), or an antibiotic cream in a polysorbate base is the most effective method to dissolve the solidified asphalt. Asphalt can also be slowly
dissolved with vegetable oil, baby oil or mineral oil.

  V. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS
Combustion may produce COx, NOx, SOx, reactive hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulfide and irritating vapors.
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA
Use water spray, dry chemical, alcohol foam, all purpose AFFF or carbon dioxide to extinguish fire.
BASIC FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES
Material will burn in a fire. Exercise extreme care when using water spray on asphalt tank fires. When water is mixed with hot asphalt, steam may rapidly develop resulting in violent asphalt foaming and possible tank eruptions from increased pressure.
Evacuate area and fight fire from a safe distance.
Use water spray to cool adjacent structures and to protect personnel. Shut off source of flow if possible. Stay away from storage tank ends. Withdraw immediately in case of rising sound from venting safety device or any discoloration of storage tank due to fire.
Firefighters must wear MSHA/NIOSH approved positive pressure breathing apparatus (SCBA) with full face mask and full protective equipment.
UNUSUAL FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Hydrogen sulfide can react with the iron in an asphalt storage tank to form iron sulfide. Iron sulfide is pyrophoric. When exposed to air, iron sulfide is capable of igniting spontaneously.
  Flash Point   >212°F (>100.0°C)
  Autoignition Temperature   ND
  Flammability Limits in Air, Lower, % by Volume   ND
  Flammability Limits in Air, Upper, % by Volume   ND

  VI. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

EMERGENCY ACTION
Eliminate and/or shut off ignition sources and keep ignition sources out of the area. Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind. Isolate for 1/2 mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in fire. Evacuate area endangered by release as required. (See Exposure Control/Personal Protection – Section 8).
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS
If product is released to the environment, take immediate steps to stop and contain release. Caution should be exercised regarding personnel safety and exposure to the released product. Notify local authorities and the National Response Center, if required.
SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE
Keep unnecessary people away. Isolate area for at least 50-100 meters (160-330 feet) to preserve public safety. For large spills, consider initial evacuation for at least 300 meters (1000 feet).
Keep ignition sources out of area and shut off all ignition sources. For spills on land, dike ahead of spill to contain. Scrape up spilled material for disposal. To reclaim, mix with gravel, dirt or rock. For spills on water, contain as much as possible with booms and begin recovery as soon as possible. If material sinks or becomes dispersed, consult with local, state and regional authorities for approved clean up procedures. Stop leak when safe to do so.
See Exposure Controls/Personal Protection (Section 8).

  VII. HANDLING & STORAGE

HANDLING
Ground lines and equipment used during transfer to reduce the possibility of static spark-initiated fire or explosion. Use non-sparking tools. Do not cut, grind, drill, weld or reuse containers unless adequate precautions are taken against these hazards.
Do not heat to temperatures above the boiling point of water (approximately 212 F or 100 C).
Do not eat, drink or smoke in areas of use or storage.
STORAGE
Store in tightly closed containers in a cool, dry, isolated, well-ventilated area away from heat, sources of ignition and incompatibles. Avoid contact with strong oxidizers.
Empty containers may still contain product residue. Do not reuse without adequate precautions.
Hydrogen sulfide can build up in the head space of storage vessels containing any type of asphalt product. Use appropriate respiratory protection to prevent exposure. See Exposure Controls/Personal Protection (Section 8).
When entering a storage vessel that has previously contained any type of asphalt product, it is recommended that the atmosphere be monitored for the presence of hydrogen sulfide. See Composition Information (Section 2)for exposure limits.

  VIII. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

ENGINEERING CONTROLS
Ventilation and other forms of engineering controls are the preferred means for controlling exposures.
Consult NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) for more information on guidelines for engineering controls for.
EYE PROTECTION: PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Keep away from eyes. Eye contact can be avoided by wearing a face shield and safety glasses with side shields, or a face shield and safety goggles.
SKIN PROTECTION: PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Use appropriate chemical protective gloves when handling at room temperature . Use gloves that protect against thermal burns when handling at high temperatures. At a minimum, wear long-sleeved cotton shirt buttoned at the collar and full-length cotton pants. Synthetic fibers tend to melt and adhere to the skin when heated. Do not fold back or roll up cuffs. Additional protection may be necessary to prevent skin contact including use of apron, armcovers, face shield, or boots.
Strict hygiene practices are essential.
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Inhalation of mists and vapors should be avoided at all times.
A NIOSH/MSHA approved air purifying respirator with an appropriate cartridge, canister, and/or filter may be permissible under certain circumstances where airborne concentrations are expected to exceed exposure limits. The use of air purifying respirators is not recommended where hydrogen sulfide levels may exceed exposure limits. Protection provided by air purifying respirators is limited. Use a positive pressure air supplied respirator if there is any potential for an uncontrolled release, exposure levels are not known, or any other circumstances where air purifying respirators may not provide adequate protection.

  IV. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

ODOR AND APPEARANCE
DARK BROWN WATER-BASED LIQUID WITH MUSTY ODOR
  Boiling Point   212°F (100.0°C)
  Specific Gravity   0.9 – 1.1
  Melting Point   ND
  Percent Volatile   ND
  Vapor Pressure   23.76 mmHg AT 77 °F (25 °C) SAME AS WATER
  Vapor Density   ND
  Bulk Density   ND
  Solubility in Water   DISPERSIBLE
  Octanol/Water Partn   ND
  Volatile Organic   ND
  Pour Point   ND
  pH Value   2 – 6.5
  Freezing Point   <32°F (<0.0°C)
  Viscosity   10 – 700 SFS AT 77°F (25°C)
  Evaporation Rate   ND
  Molecular Formula   ND
  Molecular Weight   ND
  Chemical Family   CATIONIC ASPHALT EMULSION
  Odor Threshold   ND

  X. STABILITY & REACTIVITY

STABILITY/INCOMPATIBILITY
Incompatible with oxidizing agents. See precautions under Handling & Storage (Section 7).
HAZARDOUS REACTIONS/DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS
Combustion may produce COx, NOx, SOx, reactive hydrocarbons, hydrogen sulfide and irritating vapors.

  XI. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

ROUTES OF EXPOSURE
Inhalation, ingestion, skin and eye contact.
TOXICOLOGICAL DATA
Acute or chronic overexposure to this material or its components may cause systemic toxicity, including adverse effects to the following: kidney, liver, skin, spleen, thymus, lymph nodes, blood elements, testes, bone marrow, respiratory and nervous systems.
Exposure to components of this material may cause the following specific symptoms, depending on the concentration and duration of exposure: anemia, pallor, fatigue, oil acne, melanosis, loss of appetite, and
anxiety.
Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain
and nervous system damage (sometimes referred to as solvent or painter’s syndrome). Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling this product may be harmful or fatal.
CARCINOGENICITY
This material contains petroleum asphalt. IARC has determined that there is inadequate evidence that undiluted, air-refined asphalt is carcinogenic to experimental animals, and there is only limited evidence
that undiluted steam-refined and cracking-residue asphalts are carcinogenic to animals. Additionally, IARC has concluded that there is inadequate evidence that asphalts alone are carcinogenic to humans.
In solution, solvent extracts of asphalts can produce skin cancer in animals following prolonged and
repeated contact. IARC has concluded that there is sufficient evidence for the carcinogenicity of asphalt extracts in experimental animals. Therefore, asphalts that are diluted, dissolved, or liquefied in hydrocarbon solvents, may also be implicated as potentially carcinogenic. While brief or intermittent skin contact with this type of product is not expected to cause harm, those workers who do not practice good personal hygiene and who are exposed repeatedly via skin contact may be at risk. It is important that all precautionary measures outlined in this MSDS be followed.
Asphalt fumes from heated material may cause eye, respiratory tract and skin irritation, as well as nausea and headaches. These fumes may cause dermatitis and acne-like lesions as well as mild keratoses on prolonged and repeated exposure. Condensed asphalt fumes, which have been generated under laboratory conditions and which are chemically different from those found during typical asphalt operations, have been reported to cause bacterial mutations as well as cause skin tumors in animals following repeated, lifetime skin contact without washing. However, inhalation of asphalt fumes by laboratory animals, during controlled studies, did not produce lung cancer. Additionally, human studies to date have not established a link between asphalt fume exposure and lung cancer.
This material may contain trace amounts of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) as naturally occurring constituents of crude oils from which asphalt is derived. Repeated or prolonged exposure to some PAHs has been associated with effects to the liver, kidneys, immune system and skin with warty growths, skin burns, pigmentation of the bare skin and cornification of the surface layers. They have also been associated with anemia, photosensitivity, leukoplakia (white patches on the tongue, cheek or gums), edema of the eyelids, conjunctival hyperemia, lacrimation, photophobia, headache, loss of appetite, vital powers and strength, cough, bronchitis and nausea. Some PAHs have been shown to be carcinogenic after prolonged or repeated skin contact in laboratory animals.
This material may contain untreated or mildly treated mineral oils. This material may contain solvent extract oils. IARC has determined that there is sufficient evidence for the carcinogenicity of these oils in experimental animals.
Some of the components of this product are hazardous in the dust form. These components include crystalline silica, which is a suspected human carcinogen. However, because of the physical nature of this product, dust generation is not expected, so the health effects associated with the dusts are unlikely to
occur.
TERATOGENICITY, MUTAGENICITY, OTHER REPRODUCTIVE EFFECTS
This product may contain components which may cause adverse reproductive and/or development effects.
Pregnant women may be at an increased risk from exposure.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages may enhance toxic effects.
SENSITIZATION TO MATERIAL
The possibility of allergic sensitization should be considered.
PRE-EXISTING CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE
Pre-existing medical conditions which may be aggravated by exposure include disorders of the kidney, liver, skin, blood elements, respiratory and nervous systems.

  XII. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
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  XIII. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

WASTE DISPOSAL
This product, as supplied, when discarded or disposed of, may be a hazardous waste according to Federal regulations (40 CFR 261). Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), it is the responsibility of the user of the product to determine, at the time of disposal, whether the material is a hazardous waste subject to RCRA.
The transportation, storage, treatment and disposal of RCRA waste material must be conducted in compliance with 40 CFR 262, 263, 264, 268 and 270. Disposal can occur only in properly permitted facilities. Check state and local regulations for any additional requirements as these may be more restrictive than federal laws and regulations. Chemical additions, processing or otherwise altering this material may make the waste management information presented in this MSDS incomplete, inaccurate or otherwise inappropriate. Disposal of this material must be conducted in compliance with all federal, state and local regulations.

  XIV. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

BILL OF LADING – BULK (U. S. DOT)
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See Bill of Lading for proper shipping description, or consult 49 CFR 172.101 for specific shipping information.

  XV. REGULATORY INFORMATION

FEDERAL REGULATIONS
All ingredients are either on the TSCA inventory or are not required to be listed on the TSCA inventory.
A release of this product, as supplied, is exempt from reporting under the Comprehensive Environmental
Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) by the petroleum exclusion. Releases may be reportable
to the National Response Center (800-424-8802) under the Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. 1321(b)(3) and (5). Check state and local regulations for any additional requirements as these may be more restrictive than federal laws and regulations. Failure to report may result in substantial civil and criminal penalties.
This product contains one or more components designated as hazardous substances or toxic pollutants
pursuant to the Federal Clean Water Act (40 CFR 116.4 Table A; 40 CFR 401.15). Any unpermitted introduction of this product into a facility stormwater or wastewater discharge may constitute a violation of the Clean Water Act. Facilities must notify the appropriate permitting agency prior to introducing this product into the aforementioned discharges.
This product contains one or more substances listed as hazardous, toxic or flammable air pollutants under Section 112 of the Clean Air Act.
There may be specific regulations at the local, regional or state/provincial level that pertain to this product.
STATE REGULATIONS
WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
SARA TITLE III RATINGS
  Immediate Hazard: X   Delayed Hazard: X   Fire Hazard: -   Pressure Hazard: -
  Reactivity Hazard: -
NFPA RATINGS
Health: 1 Flammability: 1   Reactivity: 0   Special Hazards: 0
HMIS RATINGS * – Indicates chronic health hazard
  Health: 2*   Flammability: 1   Reactivity: 0

  XVI. OTHER INFORMATION

DISCLAIMER
NOTICE: The information presented herein is based on data considered to be accurate as of the date of preparation of this Material Safety Data Sheet. However, MSDS may not be used as a commercial specification
sheet of manufacturer or seller, and no warranty or representation, expressed or implied, is made as to the accuracy or comprehensiveness of the foregoing data and safety information, nor is any authorization given or implied to practice any patented invention without a license. In addition, no responsibility can be assumed by vendor for any damage or injury resulting from abnormal use, from any failure to adhere to recommended practices, or from any hazards inherent in the nature of the product.
  ND = No Data   NA = Not Applicable   Material ID 7731   REVISION DATE 06/13/2013