MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
D-140 - Hagen Bitter Lotion
|Section I. Product identification and uses
|Section II. Hazardous ingredients
|Product name - Hagen Bitter Lotion
| Isopropyl Alcohol - 67-63-0
Bitrex - 3734-33-6
Ethanol - 64-17-5
|Chemical formula - Not Available
|Chemical family - Mixture
| Material uses - Indoor repellent and chewing
|Section III. Physical data
|Physical state and appearance/odor
|Clear Liquid - Alcohol odor
|3 (Butyl Acetate=1)
|Section IV. Fire and explosion data
|Flash Point (tag Close cup)
|Flammable limit in air
|Lower: 2 / Upper 13
|Means of Extinction
|Apply alcohol-type or all-purpose-type foams by manufacturer's recommended for large fires. Use carbon dioxide or dry chemical media for small fires. Water is generally unsuitable and may help to spread the fire.
|Special fire fighting procedures
|Pressure demand self-contained breathing apparatus should be provided to fire fighters in buildings or confined areas where this material is stored. Structures and storage containers exposed to fire should be kept cool with water spray. Use water spray to disperse vapors.
|Unusual fire and explosion hazards
|Vapors form from this product and may travel or be moved by air currents and ignited by pilot lights, other flames, sparks, heaters, electrical equipment, static discharges or ignition sources at locations distant from handling point.
|Section V. Reactivity data
|Conditions to avoid
|Heat, Sparks and open flames
|Avoid contact with strong oxidizers, aluminum acetaldehyde, chlorine, ethylene oxide, hydrogen-palladium combination, H2 O2-H2 SO4 combination, hypochlorous acid, isocyanates, nitroform, phosgene, oleum, perchloric acid, potassium t-butoxide, acids, alkalis, amines, halogens, halogen compounds, anhydrides and aldehydes.
|Hazardous products of decomposition
|This material may decompose at high temperatures to form CO, CO2.
|Section VI. Toxicological properties
|Routes of entry
|Vapor will irritate the eyes. Liquid and mists can severely irritate or damage the eyes and cause corneal burns
|Brief contact may dry the skin, or cause burning or stinging sensation. Prolonged or repeated contact may irritate the skin causing dermatitis
|Vapors and mists irritate the nose and throat. Inhalation of higher concentrations may cause headaches, vomiting and coma. Inhalation of very high concentrations or prolonged exposure may cause unconsciousness, or death.
|Swallowing large quantities causes headaches, nausea, vomiting, stomach cramps and diarrhea, and perhaps unconsciousness or death.
|Exposure limit of material
| Oral - DL50(rat) = 5840 mg/kg
Human lethal dose = 250 ml
Skin - DL50(rabbit) = 13 g/kg
Inhalation - CL50(rat) = 16000 ppm/8 hours. No Data
|Effects of chronic overexposure
|Prolonged or repeated exposure to high concentrations produce severe or fatal CNS depression
|Medical conditions generally aggravated by exposure
|Persons with pre-existing skin disorders, eye problems, or impaired respiratory function may be more susceptible to the effects of this substance.
|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 is 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. BRONCHOPNEUMONIA 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.
|Chemical goggles unless a full facepiece respirator is also worn. It is generally recognized that contact lenses should not be worn when working chemicals because contact lenses may contribute to the severity of an eye injury.
|Other protective measures
|An eyewash and safety shower should be nearby and ready to use.
|Spill and leak
| Wear protective equipment including rubber boots, rubber gloves, rubber apron and a self-contained breathing apparatus in the pressure demand mode or a supplied-air respirator. If the spill or leak is small, a full facepiece air purifying cartridge respirator equipped for organic vapors may be satisfactory. In any event, always wear eye protection. Extinguish all ignition sources and ensure that all handling equipment is electrically grounded. Place in approved waste containers.
For large Spills: Contain by diking with soil or other non-combustible absorbent materials and then pump into 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.
| 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.
|Section IX. Special Precautions
|Handling and storage precautions
| Keep away from heat, sparks and flames. Store in a cool, dry well ventilated place away from incompatible materials. Vent container frequently, and more often in warm weather, to relieve pressure. Electrically ground all equipment when handling this product and use only non-sparking tools. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Do not use pressure to empty container.
Wash thoroughly after handling. Avoid breathing mist or spray.
Wear chemical splash goggles, gloves and protective clothing when handling.
Use with adequate ventilation and employ respiratory protection where spray or mist may be generated.
Wash thoroughly after handling
|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 warning and handle empty containers as if they were full.
Rolf C. Hagen Inc.
|August 09, 1994