MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
D-110 - Hagen Puppy Trainer
|Section I. Product identification and uses
|Section II. Hazardous ingredients
|Product name - Hagen Puppy Trainer
| Ammonium Carbonate - 506-87-6
5 - 10 %
TLV - No Data
|Chemical formula - Mixture
|Chemical Name - Anti-flca Carpet Protector Spray
|Material uses - Train puppy - Housebreaking Aid
|Section III. Physical data
|Physical state and appearance/odor
|Clear liquid Ammonia odor
|Evaporation rate (Butyl Acetate = 1)
|Solubility in water
|Section IV. Fire and explosion data
|Flash Point (tag Close cup)
|Flammable limits in air
|Means of extinction
|Water fog, CO2, Foam, Dry Chemical
|Special fire fighting procedures
|Wear self-contained breathing apparatus in confined areas or when exposed to combustion products.
|Unusual fire and explosion hazards
|Section V. Reactivity data
|Conditions to avoid
|Strong base, strong acids, Nitrites
|Material to avoid
|Nitrites; reaction takes place even at room temperature and proceeds with a flame or even explosion
|Hazardous products of decomposition
|Ammonia (NH3) gas, CO2
|Will not occur
|Section VI. Toxicological properties
|Routes of entry
|May cause irritation
|May cause irritation
|Vapors and mists irritate the respiratory tract.
|May cause adverse health effects
|Exposure limit of material
| Oral: DL50 (rat) = 20000 mg/Kg
Skin: DL50 (rabbit) No Data
|Effects of chronic overexposure
|Medical conditions generally aggravated by exposure
|Section VII. First aid measures
|Immediately flush eyes with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes holding lids apart to ensure flushing of the entire surface. Washing eyes within 1 minute is essential to achieve maximum effectiveness. Seek medical attention.
|Wash thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and footwear. Wash clothing before re-use. Seek medical attention if irritation should develop.
|Remove to fresh air. Give artificial respiration if not breathing. Get immediate medical attention.
|If swallowed DO NOT induce vomiting. Small amounts of this liquid drawn into the lungs from swallowing or vomiting may cause severe health effects (e.g. BRONCOPNEUMONIA OR PULMONARY EDEMA). Seek medical attention. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
|Section VIII. Preventive measures
|Use adequate local exhaust ventilation capable of maintaining emissions at the point of use below the PEL
|Long sleeved shirt, trousers, safety shoes, rubber gloves and rubber apron.
|Other Protective Measures
|Section IX. Spill, Leak and Disposal Procedures
|Action to take for spills or leaks
|Wear protective equipment. For small spills or drips, mop or wipe up and dispose of in dot-approved waste containers. For large spills, contain by diking with soil or other non-combustible absorbent materials and then place in dot-approved waste containers; or absorb with non-combustible sorbent material, place residue in dot-approved waste containers. Keep out of sewers, storm drains, surface waters and soil. Comply with all applicable govermental regulations on spill reporting, handling and disposal of waste.
|Waste disposal method
| Dispose of contaminated product and materials used in cleaning up spills or leaks in a manner approved for this material. Consult appropriate federal, provincial and local regulatory agencies to ascertain proper disposal procedures.
NOTE: Empty containers can have residues, gases and mists and are subject to proper waste disposal, as above.
|Storage and handling
|Avoid eye and skin contact. Avoid inhaling. Store in a cool, dry and well ventilated location.
|Section IX. Special Precautions
|Repair and maintenance precautions
|Do not cut, grind, weld or drill on or near this container.
|Containers, even those that have been emptied will retain product residue and vapors. Always obey hazard warnings and handle empty containers as if they were full.
Rolf C. Hagen Inc.
|Validated June 22, 1994