MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION 1.  PRODUCT  NAME AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION


PRODUCT NAME:    WEATHER MASTER  CMX-4


MANUFACTURER: THE ALFIERI -  McBEE CORPORATION

                                      707 SHEPHERD LANE, SUITE 103

                                      GARLAND, TEXAS 75042

REGULAR TELEPHONE NUMBER:             (972) 494-4800

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER        (972) 414-3317

DATE  PREPARED:  10– 17 - 00


SECTION  2.  INGREDIENTS


A.

INGREDIENT                               APPROX WT. %         CAS NUMBER                        HAZARD DATA


Aqueous Copolymer                         61– 63                                                                       Not Established

Water                                                    35– 37                         7732-18-5                            Non-hazardous

 Additives                                               1 –  3                            various    

 Aqueous ammonia                            <0.1                            7664-41-7                         OSHA(PEL):TWA=50ppm


B. NPCA: HAZARDOUS MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

HEALTH:                        1      

FLAMMABILITY:        0

REACTIVITY:               0


C. The  precise composition of this mixture is proprietary information. A more complete disclosure

Package is  available and will be provided to a physician or nurse in the event of a medical emergency.


SECTION 3. PHYSICAL DATA


APPEARANCE  AND ODOR:                                   Non viscous liquid with mild odor.

APPROXIMATE FREEZING POINT:                   < 0   C   (< 32   F)

APROXIMATE BOILING RANGE:                       ~ 100 C  (~ 212  F)

APPROXIMATE VAPOR PRESSURE:               Aqueous system, not determined

SOLUBILITY IN WATER:                                        Dilutable in all proportions

SPECIFIC GRAVITY:                                                 1.02 – 1.04

PH:                                                                                     ~9.5

% VOLATILES                                                               69 - 71

VAPOR DENSITY (Air = 1)                                     < 1

EVAPORATION RATE (Butyl acetate=1)         < 1


SECTION 4. FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARED DATA


FLASH POINT, AUTOIGNITION TEMPERATURE, UPPER AND LOWER

EXPLOSIVE LIMITS (%): Not determined (aqueous system).


EXTINGUISHING MEDIA:

Non-flammable (aqueous system). Will not burn until all water has evaporated.

Use water fog, carbon dioxide, dry chemical, or all-purpose foam.


SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES:

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing to prevent

contact with skin and eyes. Use water spray to keep fire-exposed containers cool.


USUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:

Product does not burn until all the water has evaporated but it may spatter if the

temperature exceeds the boiling point of water. Dried solids can burn giving off

oxides of carbon and nitrogen.

SECTION 5. REACTIVE DATA


STABILITY:

Stable

INCOMPATIBILITY:

Avoid contact with acids, strong alkalines and oxidizing agents.

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:

Burning can produce carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.

HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:

Will not occur.


SECTION 6. HEALTH HAZARD DATA

A. EXPOSURE LIMITS

OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) and Threshold Limit

Value (ACGIH): Not established

B. EFFECTS OF ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE

INGESTATION

No evidence of adverse effects from available information

INHALATION

Inhalation of vapors in a poorly ventilated area may be irritating to

the eyes, mucous membranes, and respiratory tract and may produce

symptoms of headache and nausea.

SKIN CONTACT

May be harmful if absorbed through the skin.

EYE CONTACT

May cause eye irritation.

C. EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES

INGESTATION

Do not induce vomiting. Get prompt medial help.

INHALATION

Remove from exposure to fresh air. Get medical help if above symptoms develop.

EYE AND SKIN CONTACT

Immediately flush eyes with clean water until water is not longer cloudy. Wash

skin with soap and water until water is not cloudy. Remove and wash any soaked

clothing.

SECTION 7. PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE

STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF A SPILL

Restrict area to only those personnel needed. Spills may be collected with

absorbent materials for disposal. Minor spills may be flushed with water

to the sewer if permitted by federal, state, and local regulations.

WASTE DISPOSAL METHODS

Incinerate. Observe all federal, state and local laws concerning health and

environment.

PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDING AND STORING

Keep away fro heat and flame. Since empty container retains product residue,

follow warnings even after container is emptied.

SECTION 8. CONTROL MEASURE

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

None should be needed. Use MSHA/NIOSH-approved respirator for organic vapors

if needed.

VENTILATION

General (mechanical) room ventilation is expected to be satisfactory. Use local

exhaust to control mist or vapor.

EYE AND SKIN PROTECTION

Safety glasses and protective gloves should be worn. An impermeable apron or smock

should be worn to minimize skin contact.

OTHER CONTROL MEASURES

A safety shower, an eye bath, and washing facilities should be available. Wash

thoroughly after handling. Keep container closed when not in use.


SECTION 9. SPECIAL STORAGE AND HANDLING PRECAUTIONS

Avoid breathing vapors in top of shipping containers.

Keep container closed.

Use with adequate ventilation.

Avoid contact with skin and clothing.

Wash thoroughly after handling.

Keep away from heat and flame.

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