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The Ultra - Premium Extreme Pressure
Multi - Purpose
Lithium - Complex Grease

Material Safety Data Sheet - MILITEC-1 Grease

Revised 01 September 12

Section One: Chemical Product and Company Identification

Militec, IncorporatedPhone: (301) 893-3910 
11828 Pika DriveFax: (301) 893-8354 
Waldorf, Maryland 20602  
   
Product Name:MILITEC-1 Grease, NLGI Grade #2 
Chemical Name:petroleum greaseCAS #: Mixture
Common Name:Grease 

Section Two: Composition/Information on Ingredients

COMMON
  NAME
CHEMICAL
  NAME
CAS NO. % (by volume)
     
Lithium Hydroxide  1310-66-3<5
12-Hydroxystearic acid 106-14-9<15
Hydrotreated heavy naphthenic distillate  64742-52-5<53
Polybutene  9003-29-6<10
Antimony dialkyldithiocarbamate  15890-25-2<1
Dimethylbenzene (xylene)  1330-20-7<1
MILITEC-1 Synthetic Ester   <15

Contains no other ingredients now known to be hazardous as defined by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1000(z).

Section Three: Hazard Identification

Principle Hazards:
Prolonged or repeated skin contract may cause dermatitis.
See section 11 for complete health hazard information.
Threshold Limits: The PEL (OSHA) and the TLV (ACGIH) is 5 mg/m3 as an oil mist.
Primary Routes of Exposure: 
EYE May cause eye irritation. No significant adverse effects expected.
SKIN Repeated or prolonged contact with skin may cause irritation, which may lead to various skin disorders. Avoid prolonged skin contact.
INHALATION No significant adverse health effects are expected to occur in short term exposure.
ORAL Ingestion may cause nausea, diarrhea and stomach discomfort.

Section Four: First Aid Measures

ORALDO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. If conscious, give 2 glasses of water. Get immediate medical attention.
EYEFlush with water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention if eye irritation develops or persists.
SKINWash immediately with soap and water. Remove soiled clothing. Get medical attention if irritation develops. Launder contaminated clothing.
INHALATIONRemove exposed person to fresh air. If breathing is labored, administer oxygen and obtain immediate medical attention. If irritation persists or if toxic symptoms are observed, get medical attention.

Section Five: Fire Fighting Measures

FLASH POINT: >250C    (COC) >482 F

May release flammable vapors when heated above flash point.

EXTINGUISHING
MEDIA
Carbon Dioxide, dry chemical, or foam. Avoid using water.
HAZARDOUS
EXPOSURE
Carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride and asphyxiants.
SPECIAL FIRE
PROCEDURES
Recommend SCBA. Use water only for cooling container. Water may
cause splattering, or transport the flame.

Section Six: Accidental Release Measures

Evacuate all non-essential personnel. Personal Protective Equipment must be worn, see PPE section 8 & 16. Remove sources of ignition. Prevent entry into sewers and waterways. Contain release, pick up for recycling or disposal. Residual liquid can be absorbed with inert material. Check DOT/CERCLA and other agencies for reporting requirements.

Prevent contamination to soil, waterway and sewer systems.

Section Seven: Handling and Storage

HANDLING Avoid prolonged skin contact, breathing vapors, and contaminated clothing. Use with adequate ventilation. Wear recommended protective equipment. Practice good personal hygiene after handling. Empty containers retain material residue. Do not cut, weld, braze, solder or expose containers to other ignition sources.
STORAGE Store in closed containers of proper construction. Store away from ignition sources and in areas of good ventilation.

Section Eight: Exposure Controls – Personal Protection

EXPOSURE LIMITS TLV = 5 mg/m3 as oil mist
VENTILATION Use in areas of adequate ventilation
GLOVES Nitrile or neoprene gloves are recommended.
EYE PROTECTION Safety glasses, goggles, or face shield are recommended.
RESPIRATORY Self contained breathing apparatus is recommended for confined space entry.
CLOTHING Long sleeve shirt and apron when potential for skin contact. Wear neoprene or nitrite rubber boots when necessary to avoid contaminating shoes.

Section Nine: Physical and Chemical Properties

APPEARANCE: Light Brown GreasePh:n/d
BOILING POINT: >350 CSOLUBILITY:negligible
EVAPORATION POINT: less than etherSPECIFIC GRAVITY;.940
FLAMMABILITY: N/AVAPOR DENSITY: heavier than air
FLASH POINT: 250 CVAPOR PRESSURE: <0.01mm Hg
@ 20 C
ODOR: petroleum odorVOC. %: nil

Section Ten: Stability and Reactivity

STABILITY Material is normally stable at ambient temperature and pressure.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID Oxidizing agents. Do not heat above the flash point.
POLYMERIZATION Will not occur.
DECOMPOSITION Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride.

Section Eleven: Toxicological Information

ORAL TOXICITY Swallowing material may cause irritation of the gastrointestinal lining, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.
EYE IRRITATION Not expected to cause eye irritation.
SKIN IRRITATION Not expected to be a primary skin irritant. Prolonged or repetitive contact may cause irritation.
CARCINOGENIC This material has not been identified as a carcinogen by NTP, IARC, or OSHA. PCBs not detected at or above 2 PPM threshold limit of detection.

Section Twelve: Ecological Information

This material is expected to have adverse affects on marine and plant life. Spills may contaminate drinking water.

Section Thirteen: Disposal Considerations

DISPOSAL Consult federal, state, and local regulations regarding disposal Methods. Recycle used oil. Do not contaminate used oil with solvents or other chemicals.

Section Fourteen: Transportation Information

See 49 CFR part 171.8 through 178.510

DOT SHIPPING NAME: Oil, n.o.s.
DOT HAZARD CLASS: not regulated
UN/NA NUMBER: NA 1270
GUIDE NUMBER: 27
IMDG CODE: Materials classified as DOT Combustible Liquids (flash point > 141 F and < 200 F) are not regulated by DOT in containers of 110 gallons or less for domestic shipments.

Section Fifteen: Regulatory Information

TSCA All components of this material are on the US TSCA Inventory.
SARA 311  
SARA 312  
SARA 313 contains <1 % xylene & <1 % antimony compounds
CAL PROP 65 not listed
RCRA not listed
CERCLA listed

Section 16: Other Information

  Health FireReactivityPPE
HMIS CODE: 110C
NFPA CODE: 111 
PRECAUTIONARY LABELS: NA   

This information has been compiled from sources considered to be dependable and is accurate to the best of Militec, Inc. knowledge. Militec, Inc. makes no warranty whatsoever, expressed or implied, of MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR THE PARTICULAR PURPOSE, regarding the accuracy of such data or the results to be obtained from the use thereof. Militec, Inc. assumes no responsibility for injury to recipient or third persons, or for any damage to any property and recipient assumes all such risks.


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