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Innsdale Tank TMI proposed paint systemFROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 1 -PAINT SYSTEMS Following is TMI Coatings, Inc.'s proposed painting systems for the above - referenced project. EXTERIOR — SHERWIN WILLIAMS L CAA*1G' / O Prime Coat Macropoxy 646 -Light B,�u� �/ Intermediate Macropoxy 64 -Mill White Finish Coat Hi- Solids Polyurethane- Tnemec Color 78GN Cumulus Thinner /Reducer R7K15 and R7K69 INTERIOR (WET & VAULT AREAS) — TNEMEC COATINGS Prime Coat Pota -Pox Plus Series N140 -1255 Beige Finish Coat Pota -Pox Plus Series N140 -15BL Tank White Thinner /Reducer No. 4 Thinner Enclosed: Product data sheets & MSDS for each product Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub 1 paint Q Jt a 11 C d a ►� y ��'v� a t: l � MpA4C.&4 oft. ❑ REVIEWED ❑ FURNISH AS NOTED REVISE AND RESUBMIT ❑ REJECTED Review does not extend to c.- entities, dimensions, fabrication prccesses, construction means or me . Ddc, coordination of the work or safety procedures. Comments or corrections made do not relieve Contractor from compliance with the drawings and specifications. In resubmitting, identify revisions made. Review of this sumittal is expressly limited as provided in the Contract Dccuments and is only to determine compliance with i, formation given in the Contract Documents and r -h f woes o design concept of contract the compicted p,c;, t- price or ti r I1 Inc. I:;ate: a ! V ,j PART A B58 -600 SERIES PART B B58V600 HARDENER PRODUCT INFORMAT PRODUCT DESCRIPTION MACROPDXY 646 FAST CURE EPDXY is a high solids, high build, fast drying, polyamide e poxy designed to protect steel and concrete in industrial exposures. Ideal for maintenance painting and fabrica- tion shop applications. The high solids content ensures adequate protection of sharp edges, corners, and welds. This product can be applied directly to marginally prepared steel surfaces. • Low VOC Chemical resistant • Low odor Abrasion resistant • Outstanding application properties • Meets Class A requirements for Slip Coefficient, 0.36 @ 6 mils / 150 microns dft (Mill White only) PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS Finish: Semi -Gloss Color: Mill White, Black and a wide range of colors available through tinting Volume Solids: 72% ± 2 %, mixed, Mill White Weight Solids: 85% ± 2 %, mixed, Mill White VOC (EPA Method 24): Unreduced: <250 g /L; 2.08 lb/gal mixed Reduced 10 %: <300 g /L; 2.50 lb/gal Mix Ratio: 1:1 by volume Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Minimum Maximum Wet mils (microns) 7.0 (175) 13.5 (338) Dry mils (microns) 5.0* (125) 10.0* (250) Coverage sq ft /gal (M2 /L) 116 (2.8) 232 (5.7) Theoretical coverage sq ft/gal 28.2 (M2 /L) @ 1 mil / 25 microns dft 1152 (28.2) Way be applied at 3.0 -10.0 mils dft as an intermediate coat. Refer to Recommended Systems (page 2). See Performance Tips section also. NOTE: Bru$h or roQll appH ation may require. coats to achieve maximum trim thrc�Cness and unitormit • of a earance. Drying Schedule (@ 7.0 mils wet (175 micronsh @ 35 °F /1.7 °C @ 77 °F /25 °C @ 100 °F /38 °C 50% RH To touch: 4 -5 hours 2 hours 1.5 hours To handle: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours To recoat: minimum: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours maximum: 1 year 1 year 1 year To cure: Service: 10 days 7 days 4 days Immersion: 14 days 7 days 4 days lfmaximum recoat time is exceeded, abrade surface before recoating. Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent. Paint temperature must be at least 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum. Pot Life: 10 hours 4 hours 2 hours Sweat -in -time: 30 minutes 30 minutes 15 minutes When used as an intermediate coat as part of a multi -coat system: Drying Schedule na. 5.0 mils wet (125 microns): @ 35 °F /1.7 °C @ 77 °F /25 °C @ 100 °F /38 °C 50% RH To touch: 3 hours 1 hour 1 hour To handle: 48 hours 4 hours 2 hours To recoat: minimum: 16 hours 4 hours 2 hours maximum: 1 year 1 year 1 year PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS (CoivTb) Shelf Life: 36 months, unopened Store indoors at 40 °F (4.5 °C) to 100 °F (38 °C). Flash Point: 91 *F (33 °C), TCC, mixed Reducer /Clean Up: Reducer, R7K15 In California: Reducer R7K111 or Oxsol 100 PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIST /CS Substrate *: Steel Surface Preparation *: SSPC- SP10 /NACE 2 System Tested *: 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 Fast Cure @ 6.0 mils (150 microns) dit . unless otherwise noted below Test Name Tpcf Mafhnrt Abrasion Resistance ASTM D4060•CS17wheel, 84 mg loss 10OD cycles, 1 kg bad Accelerated ASTM D4587, QUV -A, Weathering -QUV' 12,000 hours Passes Adhesion ASTM D4541 1,037 psi Corrosion Weathering ASTM D5894 36 cycles, , Rating 10 per ASTM D714 for blistering; Rating 9 per 12,000 hours ASTM D610 per rusting Nuclear ASTM D4256 1ANSI N 99% Water Wash; 95% Decontamination 5.12 Overall Direct Impact Resistance ASTM D2794 30 in. lb. Dry Heat Resistance ASTM D2485 250 °F (121 •C Exterior Durability 1 year at 45° South Excellent, chalks Flexibility ASTM D522,180' bend, passes 3/4" mandrel Fuel Contribution NFPA 259 5764 btu /Ib Humidity Resistance ASTM D4585, 6000 No blistering, cracking, or hours rusting Immersion 1 year fresh and salt Passes, no rusting, water blistering, or loss of adhesion Radiation Tolerance ASTM D4082 /ANSI Pass at 21 mils (525 5.12 microns) Pencil Hardness ASTM 1)3363 3H Salt Fog Resistance' ASTM B117,6,500 Rating 10 perASTM D610 for rusting; Rating 9 per hours ASTM D1654 for corrosion Slip Coefficient, Mill AISCSpeafication for Stru White tural Joints using ASTM Class A, 0.36 A325 orASTMA490 Brits Flame Spread Index 20; Surface Burning ASTM E84 /NFPA255 Smoke Development Index 35 (at 18 mils or 450 microns) Water Vapor Permeance ASTM D1653, Method B 1.16 US perms epoxy coatings may darKen or discolor following application and curing. Footnotes: 'Zinc Clad Il Plus Primer DISCLAIMER i ne intormation and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin- Williams Company. Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin-Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and Application Bulletin. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective continued on back ° fo, j' ., PART A B58 -600 PART B B58V600 PRODUCT INFORMATION SERIES HARDENER 53 RECOMMENDED USES • Marine applications • Fabrication shops Refineries • Pulp and paper mills Chemical plants • Power plants Tank exteriors • Offshore platforms Water treatment plants • Nuclear Power Plants DOE Nuclear Fuel Facilities • Nuclear fabrication shops DOE Nuclear Weapons Facilities • Mill White and Black are acceptable for immersion use for salt water and fresh water, not acceptable for potable water • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities • Conforms to AWWA D102 -03 OCS #5 • Conforms to MPI # 108 • This product meets specific design requirements for non -safe- ty related nuclear plant applications in Level II, III and Balance of Plant, and DOE nuclear facilities'. ' Nuclear qualifications are NRC license specific to the facility. RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS Dry Film Thickness / ct. Mils Microns 1 mersion and atmos pheric: t . 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) Concrete /Masonry, smooth: 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) Concrete Block: 1 CL. Kern Cati -Coat HS Epoxy 10.0 -20.0 (250 -500) Filler /Sealer as needed to fill voids and provide a continuous substrate. 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) Atmospheric Steel: (Shop applied system, new construction, AWWA D102 -03, can also be used at 3 mils minimum dft when used as an intermediate coat as part of a multi -coat system) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 Fast Cure Epoxy 3.0 -6.0 (75 -150) 1 -2 cts. of recommended topcoat Steel: 1 ct. Recoatable Epoxy Primer 4.0 -6.0 100 -150 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 125 -250 Steel: 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 4.0 -6.0 100 -150) 1 -2 cts. Acrolon 218 Polyurethane 3.0 -6.0 75-150 or Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -5.0 75 -125 or SherThane 2K Urethane 2.0 -4.0 50 -100 or Hydrogloss 2.0 -4.0 1 50-100 1 Steel: 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 125 -250) 1 -2 cts. Tile -Clad HS Epoxy 2.5 -4.0 �63 -100) Steel: 1 ct. Zinc Clad II Plus 3.0 -6.0 �75-150� 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 3.0- 10.0 75 -250 1 -2 cts. Acrolon 218 Polyurethane 3.0 -6.0 75 -150 Steel: 1 ct. Zinc Clad III HS 3.0 -5.0 75 -125 or Zinc Clad IV 3.0 -5.0 75 125 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 3.0 -10.0 75 -250 1 -2 cts. Acrolon 218 Polyurethane 3.0 -6.0 1 75-150 1 Aluminum: 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) Galvanizing: 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) The s lems �sted above are representative of the product's use, other syste s may e appropriate. SURFACE P REPARATION Surface must be clean dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed surface preparation in- formation. Minimum recommended surface preparation: Iron & Steel Atmospheric: SSPC -SP213 Immersion: SSPC -SP10 /NACE 2, 2 -3 mil (50 -75 micron) profile Aluminum: SSPC -SP1 Galvanizing: SSPC -SP1 Concrete & Masonry Atmospheric: SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3 Immersion: SSPC- SP1NNACE 6 -4.3.1 or 4.3.2, or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3 TINTING Tint Part A with Maxitoners at 150% strength. Five minutes minimum mix- ing on a mechanical shaker is required for complete mixing of color. Tinting is not recommended for immersion service. APPLICATION CONDITIONS Temperature: Surface Preparation Standards maximum (air and surface) Condition of ISO 8501 -1 Swedish Std. maximum (material) White Metal Near White Metal Commercial Blast Brush -Off Blast Hand Tool Cleaning Power Tool Cleaning Surface BS7079:A1 Sa 3 Sa 2.5 Sa 2 Sa 1 Rusted C St 2 Pitted & Rusted D Sl 2 Rusted C St 3 Pitted & Rusted D St 3 SIS055900 Sa 3 Sa 2.5 Sa 2 Sa 1 C Si 2 D St 2 C St 3 D St 3 SSPC SP 5 SP 10 SP 6 SP 7 SP 2 SP 2 SP 3 SP 3 NACE 1 2 3 4 - TINTING Tint Part A with Maxitoners at 150% strength. Five minutes minimum mix- ing on a mechanical shaker is required for complete mixing of color. Tinting is not recommended for immersion service. APPLICATION CONDITIONS Temperature: 35 °F (1.7 °C) minimum, 120 °F (49 °C) maximum (air and surface) 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum, 120 °F (49 °C) maximum (material) At least 5 °F (2.8 °C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed application information. ORDERING ,INFORMATION Packaging: Part A: Part B: 1 gall g on (3.781_) and 5 gallon (18.91_) containers 1 gallon 3.78L and 5 allon 18.9L containers g Weight: 12.9 ± 0.2 lb/gal ; 1.55 Kg /L mixed, may vary by color SAFETY PRECAUT IONS Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Contact your Sherwin - Williams representative for additional technical data and instructions. WARRANTY The Sherwin- Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufactur- ing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin- Williams quality control procedures. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the defec- tive product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as determined by Sherwin- Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN- WILLIAMS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- CHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective SURFACE PREPARATIONS Surface must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Iron & Steel, Atmospheric Service: Minimum surface preparation is Hand Tool Clean per SSPC -SP2. Remove all oil and grease from surface by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. For better performance, use Commercial Blast Cleaning per SSPC -SP6 /NACE 3, blast clean all surfaces using a sharp, angular abrasive for optimum surface profile (2 mils / 50 microns). Prime any bare steel within 8 hours or before flash rusting occurs. Iron & Steel, Immersion Service: Remove all oil and grease from surface by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. Minimum surface preparation is Near White Metal Blast Cleaning per SSPC -SP10 /NACE 2. Blast clean all surfaces using a sharp, angular abrasive for optimum surface profile (2 -3 mils / 50 -75 microns). Remove all weld spatter and round all sharp edges by grind- ing. Prime any bare steel the same day as it is cleaned. Aluminum Remove all oil, grease, dirt, oxide and other foreign material by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. Galvanized Steel Allow to weather a minimum of six months prior to coating. Solvent Clean per SSPC -SP1 (recommended solvent is VM &P Naphtha). When weathering is not possible, or the surface has been treated with chro- mates or silicates, first Solvent Clean per SSPC -SP1 and apply a test patch. Allow paint to dry at least one week before testing adhesion. If adhesion is poor, brush blasting per SSPC -SP7 is necessary to remove these treatments. Rusty galvanizing requires a minimum of Hand Tool Cleaning per SSPC -SP2, prime the area the same day as cleaned. Concrete and Masonry For surface preparation, refer to SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3. Surfaces should be thoroughly clean and dry. Concrete and mortar must be cured at least 28 days @ 75 °F (24`C). Remove all loose mortar and foreign material. Surface must be free of laitance, concrete dust, dirt, form release agents, moisture curing membranes, loose cement and hardeners. Fill bug holes, air pockets and other voids with Steel -Seam FT910. Concrete, Immersion Service: For surface preparation, refer to SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, Section 4.3.1 or 1.3.2 or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3. Follow the standard methods listed below when applicable: ASTM D4258 Standard Practice for Cleaning Concrete. ASTM D4259 Standard Practice for Abrading Concrete. ASTM D4260 Standard Practice for Etching Concrete. ASTM F1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of Concrete. SSPC -SP 13 /Nace 6 Surface Preparation of Concrete. ICRI No. 310.2 Concrete Surface Preparation. Previously Painted Surfaces If in sound condition, clean the surface of all foreign material. Smooth, hard or glossy coatings and surfaces should be dulled by abrading the surface. Apply a test area, allowing paint to dry one week before testing adhesion. If adhesion is poor, or if this product attacks the previous finish, removal of the previous coating may be necessary. If paint is peeling or badly weathered, clean surface to sound substrate and treat as a new surface as above. Surface Preparation Standards Condition of ISO 8501 -1 Swedish Std. Surface BS7079:A1 SIS055900 SSPC NACE White Metal Sa 3 Sa 3 SP 5 1 Near White Metal Sa 2.5 Sa 2.5 SP 10 2 Commercial Blast Sa 2 Sa 2 SP 6 3 Brush -Off Blast Sa 1 Sa 1 SP 7 4 Hand Tool Cleaning Rusted C St 2 C St 2 SP 2 - Pitted & Rusted D St 2 D St 2 SP 2 Power Tool Cleaning Rusted C St 3 C Sl 3 SP 3 Pitted & Rusted D St 3 D St 3 SP 3 APPLICATION CONDITIONS Temperature: 35 °F (1.7 °C) minimum, 120 °F (49 °C) maximum (air and surface) 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum, 120 °F (49 °C) maximum (material) At least 5 °F (2.8 °C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum APPLICATION EQUIPMENT The following is a guide. Changes in pressures and tip sizes may be needed for proper spray characteristics. Always purge spray equipment before use with listed reducer. Any reduction must be compliant with existing VOC regulations and compatible with the existing environmental and application conditions. Reducer /Clean Up ...........Reducer R7K15 In California .................... ReducerR7K111 Airless Spray Pump .............................. 30:1 Pressure .........................2800 - 3000 psi Hose .... ...........................1 /4" ID Tip ...... .............................01 T' -.023" Filter .. .............................60 mesh Reduction .......................As needed up to 10% by volume Conventional Spray Gun .............. ............... ...DeVilbiss MBC -510 Fluid Tip ......................... E Air Nozzle .......................704 Atomization Pressure..... 60 -65 psi Fluid Pressure ................10 -20 psi Reduction .......................As needed up to 10 % by volume Requires oil and moisture separators Brush Brush .............. ................Nylon /Polyester or Natural Bristle Reduction .......................Not recommended Roller Cover .. ...........................3/8" woven with solvent resistant core Reduction .......................Not recommended Plural Component Spray... Acceptable Refer to April 2010 Technical Bulletin - "Application Guidelines for Macropoxy 646 & Recoatable Epoxy Primer Utilizing Plural Component Equipment' If specific application equipment is not listed above, equivalent equipment may be substituted. www.sherwin - williams.com /protective continued on back APPLICATION BULLETI APPLICATION PROCEDURES PERFORMANCE TIPS surtace preparation must De compieteo as inaicatea. Mix contents of each component thoroughly with low speed power agitation. Make certain no pigment remains on the bottom of the can. Then combine one part by volume of Part A with one part by volume of Part B. Thoroughly agitate the mixture with power agitation. Allow the material to sweat -in as indicated prior to ap- plication. Re -stir before using. If reducer solvent is used, add only after both components have been thoroughly mixed, after sweat -in. Apply paint at the recommended film thickness and spreading rate as indicated below: Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Minimum Maximum Wet mils (microns) 7.0 (175) 13.5 (338) Dry mils (microns) 5.0` (125) 10.0* (250) — Coverage sq ft /gal (WIL) 116 (2.8) 232 (5.7) Theoretical coverage sq ft /gal (m /L) @ 1 mil / 25 microns dft 1152 ( 28.2 ) 'May be applied at 3.0 -10.0 mils dft as an intermediate coat. Refer to Recommended Systems (page 2). See Performance Tips section also. NOTE: Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to achieve maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance. Drying Schedule @ 7.0 mils wet (175 microns j. @ 35 F /1.7 - C @ 77 °F /25 °C @ 100°F/38 °C 50% RH To touch: 4 -5 hours 2 hours 1.5 hours To handle: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours To recoat: minimum: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours maximum: 1 year 1 year 1 year To cure: Service: 10 days 7 days 4 days Immersion: 14 days 7 days 4 days If maximum recoat time is exceeded, abrade surface before recoating. Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent. Paint temperature must be at least 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum. Pot Life: 10 hours 4 hours 2 hours Sweat -in -time: 30 minutes 30 minutes 15 minutes When used as an intermediate coat as part of a multi -coat system: Drying Schedule @ 5.0 mils wet (125 microns): @ 35 °F /1.7 °C @ 77 °F /25`C @ 100 °F /38 °C 50% RH To touch: 3 hours 1 hour 1 hour To handle: 48 hours 4 hours 2 hours To recoat: minimum: 16 hours 4 hours 2 hours maximum: 1 year 1 year 1 year Application of coating above maximum or below minimum recommended spreading rate may adversely affect coating performance. CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS Clean spills and spatters immediately with Reducer R7K15. Clean tools immediately after use with Reducer R71<1 5. In California use Reducer R7K111. Follow manufacturer's safety recommendations when using any solvent. Stripe coat all crevices, welds, and sharp angles to prevent early failure in these areas. When using spray holidapplication, use a 50% overlap with each pass of the gun to avoid ays, bare areas, and pinholes. If necessary, cross spray at a right angle Spreading rates are calculated on volume solids and do not include an application loss factor due to surface profile, roughness or po- rosity of the surface, skill and technique of the applicator, method of application, various surface irregularities, material lost during mixing, spillage, overthinning, climatic conditions, and excessive film build. Excessive reduction of material can affect film build, appearance, and adhesion. Do not mix previously catalyzed material with new. Do not apply the material beyond recommended pot life. In order to avoid blockage of spray equipment, clean equipment before use or before periods of extended downtime with Reducer R7K15. In California use Reducer R7K111. Tinting is not recommended for immersion service. Use only Mil White and Black for immersion service. Insufficient ventilation, incomplete mixing, miscatalyzation, and external heaters may cause premature yellowing. Excessive film build, poor ventilation, and cool temperatures may cause solvent entrapment and premature coating failure. Quik -Kick Epoxy Accelerator is acceptable for use. See data page 4.99 for details. When coating over aluminum and galvanizing, recommended dft is 2 -4 mils (50 -100 microns). Refer to Product Information sheet for additional performance characteristics and properties. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Contact your Sherwin- Williams representative for additional technical data and instructions. DISCLAIMER The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin- Williams Company. Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin - Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and Application Bulletin. WARRANTY The Sherwin- Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufacturing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin- Williams quality control procedures. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the de- fective product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as determined by Sherwin- Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN- WILLIAMS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET B58W610 1700 DATE OF PREPARATION Feb 24. 2011 SECTION 1- PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NUMBER B58W610 PRODUCTNAME MACROPDXY® 646 Fast Cure Epoxy Coating (Part A), Mill White MANUFACTURER'S NAME THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS COMPANY 101 Prospect Avenue N.W. Cleveland, OH 44115 Telephone Numbers and Websites Product Information www.sherwin - williams.com Regulatory Information (216) 566 -2902 www.paintdocs.com Medical Emergency (216) 566 -2917 Transportation Emergency* 800 424 -9300 'for Chemical Emergency ONLY (spill, leak, fire, exposure, or accident SECTION 2 — COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS by Weight CAS Number Ingredient Units Vapor Pressure 3 100 -41 -4 Ethylbenzene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 7.1 mm ACGIH TLV 125 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 125 PPM STEL 15 1330 -20 -7 Xylene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 5.9 mm ACGIH TLV 150 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 150 PPM STEL 11 68410 -23 -1 Polyamide ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 9 14807 -96 -6 Talc ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL 31 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL OSHA PEL 2 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust 2 mq /m3 as Resp. Dust 10 mg /m3 as Dust 10 mg /m3 Total Dust 5 mg /m3 Respirable Fraction SECTION 3 -- HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE INHALATION of vapor or spray mist. EYE or SKIN contact with the product, vapor or spray mist. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE EYES: Irritation. SKIN: Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause irritation. INHALATION: Irritation of the upper respiratory system. HMIS Codes Health 3` — Flammability 3 Reactivitv 0 May cause nervous system depression. Extreme overexposure may result in unconsciousness and possibly death. Prolonged overexposure to hazardous ingredients in Section 2 may cause adverse chronic effects to the following organs or systems: • the liver • the urinary system • the reproductive system page 1 of 4 B58W610 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE Headache, dizziness, nausea, and loss of coordination are indications of excessive exposure to vapors or spray mists. Redness and itching or burning sensation may indicate eye or excessive skin exposure. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE May cause allergic skin reaction in susceptible persons or skin sensitization. CANCER INFORMATION For complete discussion of toxicology data refer to Section 11. SECTION 4- FIRST AID MEASURES EYES: Flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention. SKIN: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re -use. INHALATION: If affected, remove from exposure. Restore breathing. Keep warm and quiet. INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT LEL UEL FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION 85 °F PMCC 1.0 7.0 RED LABEL -- Flammable, Flash below 100 `F (38 °C) EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Application to hot surfaces requires special precautions. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately apparent. Obtain medical attention. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES Full protective equipment including self- contained breathing apparatus should be used. Water spray may be ineffective. If water is used, fog nozzles are preferable. Water may be used to cool closed containers to prevent pressure build -up and possible autoignition or explosion when exposed to extreme heat. SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Remove with inert absorbent. SECTION 7- HANDLING `AND STORAGE STORAGE CATEGORY DOL Storage Class IC PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE Contents are FLAMMABLE. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. During use and until all vapors are gone: Keep area ventilated - Do not smoke - Extinguish all flames, pilot lights, and heaters - Turn off stoves, electric tools and appliances, and any other sources of ignition. Consult NFPA Code. Use approved Bonding and Grounding procedures. Keep container closed when not in use. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children. SECTION 8 -EXPOSURE CONTROLS /PERSONAL PROTECTION PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN USE Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor and spray mist. Wash hands after using. This coating may contain materials classified as nuisance particulates (listed "as Dust" in Section 2) which may be present at hazardous levels only during sanding or abrading of the dried film. If no specific dusts are listed in Section 2, the applicable limits for nuisance dusts are ACGIH TLV 10 mg /m3 (total dust), 3 mg /m3 (respirable fraction), OSHA PEL 15 mg /m3 (total dust), 5 mg 1m3 (respirable fraction). VENTILATION Local exhaust preferable. General exhaust acceptable if the exposure to materials in Section 2 is maintained below applicable exposure limits. Refer to OSHA Standards 1910.94, 1910.107, 1910.108. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION If personal exposure cannot be controlled below applicable limits by ventilation, wear a properly fitted organic vapor /particulate respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for protection against materials in Section 2. When sanding or abrading the dried film, wear a dust/mist respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for dust which may be generated from this product, underlying paint, or the abrasive. page 2 of 4 658W610 PROTECTIVE GLOVES Wear gloves which are recommended by glove supplier for protection against materials in Section 2. EYE PROTECTION Wear safety spectacles with unperforated sideshields. OTHER PRECAUTIONS This product must be mixed with other components before use. Before opening the packages, READ AND FOLLOW WARNI NG LABELS ON ALL COMPONENTS. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPER PRODUCT WEIGHT SPECIFIC GRAVITY BOILING POINT MELTING POINT VOLATILE VOLUME EVAPORATION RATE VAPOR DENSITY SOLUBILITY IN WATER VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC Th 2.11 lb/gal 253 g/I 2.11 lb/gal 253 g/I 12.19 lb/gal 1460 g/I 1.47 277 - 292 °F 136 - 144 °C Not Available 29% Slower than ether Heavier than air N.A. eoretical - As Packaged) Less Water and Federally Exempt Solvents Emitted VOC SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY — Stable CONDITIONS TO AVOID None known. INCOMPATIBILITY None known. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS By fire: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION Will not occur SECTION 11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Ethylbenzene is classified by [ARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans (2B) based on inadequate evidence in humans and sufficient evidence in laboratory animals. Lifetime inhalation exposure of rats and mice to high ethylbenzene concentrations resulted in increases in certain types of cancer, including kidney tumors in rats and lung and liver tumors in mice. These effects were not observed in animals exposed to lower concentrations. There is no evidence that ethylbenzene causes cancer in humans. IARC's Monograph No. 93 reports there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental rats exposed to titanium dioxide but inadequate evidence for carcinogenicity in humans and has assigned a Group 2B rating. In addition, the IARC summary concludes, "No significant exposure to titanium dioxide is thought to occur during the use of products in which titanium is bound to other materials, such as paint." TOXICOLOGY DATA CAS No. Ingredient Name 100 -41-4 Ethylbenzene LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 3500 mg/kg 1330 -20 -7 Xylene LC50 RAT 4HR 5000 ppm LD50 RAT 4300 mg/kg 68410 -23 -1 Polyamide LC50 RAT 4HR LD50 RAT Not Available 8000 mg/kg 14807 -96 -6 Talc LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available page 3 of 4 B58W610 SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSI WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261. Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION Multi -modal shipping descriptions are provided for informational purposes and do not consider container sizes. The presence of a shipping description for a particular mode of transport (ocean, air, etc.), does not indicate that the product is packaged suitably for that mode of transport. All packaging must be reviewed for suitability prior to shipment, and compliance with the applicable regulations is the sole responsibility of the person offering the product for transport. US Ground (DOT) 1 Gallon and Less may be Classed as CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM -D Larger Containers are Regulated as: UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Ethyl benzene 1000 lb RQ Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): RQ, UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III, (XYLENES (ISOMERS AND MIXTURE)), (ERG #128) Canada (TDG) UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, LIMITED QUANTITY, (ERG #128) IMO 1 Gallon (3.78 Liters) and Less may be Shipped as Limited Quantity. UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, (29 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (D /E) IATA /ICAO UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION GAS No. CHEMICAL/COMPOUND % by WT % Element k 100 -41 -4 Eth (benzene 3 1330 -20 -7 jXylene 115 CALIFORNIA YROPOSI I IUN bb WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. TSCA CERTIFICATION All chemicals in this product are listed, or are exempt from listing, on the TSCA Inventory. SECTION 16 - OTHER',INFORMATION This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Canadian Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR. The above information pertains to this product as currently formulated, and is based on the information available at this time. Addition of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since conditions of use are outside our control, we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information, page 4 of 4 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION HI- SOLIDS POLYURETHANE is a two- component, low VOC, aliphatic, acrylic polyurethane resin coating. It is designed for high performance protection with outstanding exterior gloss and color retention. • Good /excellent resistance to corrosion and weathering • Outstanding color and gloss retention • Chemical resistant • Part of a system tested for nuclear irradiation and decontamina- tion, Level II • Resists film attack by mildew (MR White only) • Outstanding application properties PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS Finish: High Gloss or Semi -Gloss Color: Wide range of colors possible Volume Solids: 65% ± 2 %, mixed, may vary by color Weight Solids: 77% ± 2 %, mixed, may vary by color VOC (EPA Method 24): Unreduced: <340g /L; 2.80 lb/gal mixed Reduced 15 %: <370 g /L; 3.08 lb/gal May vary by color Mix Ratio: 4:1 by volume Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Minimum Maximum Wet mils (microns) 4.5 112 6.0 150 Dry mils (microns) 3.0 75 4.0 100 -- Coverage sq ft/gal (m /L) 260 6.4 347 8.5 Theoretical coverage sq ft/gal 1040 25.5 2 hours (m /L) @ 1 mil / 25 microns dft To handle: NOTE: Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to a maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance. Drying Schedule (& 4.5 mils wet (112 microns Part S - 36 months, unopened @ 40 °F /4.5 °C @ 777125 °C @ 120 °F /49 - C Store indoors at 40 °F (4.5 °C) to 50% RH Flash Point: To touch: 4 hours 2 hours 1 hour To handle: 16 hours 8 hours 5 hours To recoat: Weathering' cycles, 7056 hours Rating 9 per ASTM minimum 24 hours 18 hours 10 hours maximum 14 days 14 days 14 days To cure: 14 days 10 days 7 days Pot Life: 8 hours 4 hours 2 hours Sweat4n -Time: No rusting, blistering, None required (38 °C), 1000 hours If maximum recoat time is exceeded, abrade surface before recoating. Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent. Shelf Life: Part S - 36 months, unopened Part T - 24 months, unopened wheel, 1000 cycles, 1 Store indoors at 40 °F (4.5 °C) to 100 °F (38 °C). Flash Point: 80 °F (27 °C), PMCC, mixed Reducer /Clean Up: 1050 psi Below 80 °F 27 °C : Reducer #69, R7K69 Above 80 °F 427 °C Reducer #58, R7K58 or ASTM D5894,21 RRil27 RECOMMENDED USES For use over prepared substrates in industrial environments • Heavy duty interior and exterior structural coating • A chemical and abrasion resistant equipment and machinery finish • A gloss and color retentive heavy duty maintenance coating for use in "high visibility" areas • Exterior surfaces of steel tanks Refineries • Clean rooms • Chemical processing equipment Conveyors Handrails • Exterior metal siding and trim Rolling stock Paper mills • Marine & Offshore Applications • Power Plants • Resists film attack by mildew (MR White only) • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities • Conforms to AWWA D102 -03 OCS #5 & #6. • Acceptable for use in high performance architectural applications. PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIS Substrate *: Steel Surface Preparation *: SSPC- SP6 /NACE 3 System Tested *: 1 ct. Recoatable Epoxy Primer @ 4.0 mils (100 microns) dft 1 ct. Hi- Solids Polyurethane Gloss @ 3.0 mils (75 microns) dft `unless otherwise noted below Test Name Test Method Results Meets the requirements of SSPC Paint No. 36, Level 3. Footnotes: ' Primer.' Zinc Clad 11 Plus; Intermediate - Recoatable Epoxy Primer www.sherwin- williams.com /protective continued on back ASTM D4060, CS17 Abrasion Resistance wheel, 1000 cycles, 1 87.1 mg loss kg load Adhesion ASTM D4541 1050 psi Rating 10 per ASTM Corrosion ASTM D5894,21 D714 for blistering; Weathering' cycles, 7056 hours Rating 9 per ASTM D610 for rusting Direct Impact Resistance ASTM D2794 >28 in. lbs. Dry Heat Resistance ASTM D2485 200 °F (93 °C) Flexibility ASTM D522,180* passes bend, 1/8" mandrel Moisture Condensa- ASTM D4585, 100 °F No rusting, blistering, tion Resistance (38 °C), 1000 hours or delamination Pencil Hardness ASTM D3363 F Rating 10 per ASTM Salt Fog Resistance' ASTM B117, 9000 D714 for blistering; hours Rating 9 per ASTM D610 for rusting Thermal Shock ASTM D2246,15 Excellent cycles Meets the requirements of SSPC Paint No. 36, Level 3. Footnotes: ' Primer.' Zinc Clad 11 Plus; Intermediate - Recoatable Epoxy Primer www.sherwin- williams.com /protective continued on back PART S PART S PART S PART T RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) Dry Film Thickness I ct. (75 -100) Mils (Microns) Steel: Epoxy Primer 1 Ct. Kern Bond HS Metal 2.0 -5.0 1 Ct. Recoatable Epoxy Primer 4.0 -6.0 (100 -150) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Steel: Epoxy Primer 1 Ct. DTM Wash Primer 0.7 -1.3 1 Ct. Dura -Plate 235 4.0 -8.0 (100 -200) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Steel: Zinc Rich Primer 1 Ct. Kern Cati -Coat Epoxy HS 10.0 -15.0 1 Ct. Zinc Clad II Plus 3.0 -5.0 (75 -125) 1 Ct. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Steel: Epoxy Mastic Primer 1 Ct. Macropoxy 646 5.0 -10.0 (125 -250) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Steel: Universal Primer HARDENER 1 Ct. Kern Bond HS Metal 2.0 -5.0 (50 -125) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Aluminum: 1 Ct. DTM Wash Primer 0.7 -1.3 (18 -32) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Concrete: 1 Ct. Kern Cati -Coat Epoxy HS 10.0 -15.0 (250 -375) Filler /Sealer 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) Galvanized Metal: 1 Ct. Recoatable Epoxy Primer 4.0 -6.0 (100 -150) 1 -2 cts. Hi- Solids Polyurethane 3.0 -4.0 (75 -100) The systems listed above are representative of the product's use, other systems may be appropriate. DISCLAIMER The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin- Williams Company. Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin - Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and Application Bulletin. B65 -300 GLOSS SERIES B65 -350 SEMI -GLOSS SERIES B65WW305 MR WHITE B60V30 HARDENER 5.21 SURFACE PREPARATION Surface must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed surface prepara- tion information. Minimum recommended surface preparation: • Iron & Steel: SSPC -SP6 /NACE 3,2 mil 50 micron) profile • Aluminum: SPC -SP1 • Galvanizing: SSPC -SP1 • Concrete & Masonry: SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, or ICRI 03732, CSP 1 -3 • Primer Required Surface Preparation Standards Condition of ISO 8501 -1 Swedish Std. Surface BS7079:A1 SIS055900 SSPC NACE White Metal Sa 3 Sa 3 SP 5 1 Near White Metal Sa 2.5 Sa 2.5 SP 10 2 Commercial Blast Sa 2 Sa 2 SP 6 3 Brush -Off Blast Sa 1 Sal SP 7 4 Hand Tool Cleaning Rusted C St 2 C St 2 SP 2 - Pitted & Rusted D St 2 D St 2 SP 2 - P Tool Clea Rusted C St 3 C St 3 SP 3 g Pitted & Rusted D St 3 D St 3 RP 3 TINTING Tint with Maxitoner Colorants only into Part S. Extra White tints at 200% tint strength Ultradeep tints at 150% tint strength. Five minutes minimum mixing on a mechanical shaker is required for complete mixing of color. APPLICATION CONDITI Temperature: 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum 120 °F (49 °C) maximum air, surface, and material) t least 5 °F (2.8 °C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed application information. ORDERING INFORMATION Packaging: Part S: 1 allon (3.78 and 4 gallon (15.1 L kits Part T: quarts (0.94L) and gallons ($.78L3 Weight: 10.7 ± 0.2 lb/gal ; 1.28 Kg /L mixed, may vary with color S AFE T Y PREC Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Contact your Sherwin- Williams representative for additional technical data and instructions. WARRANTY The Sherwin- Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufactur- ing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin- Williams quality control procedures. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the defec- tive product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as determined by Sherwin - Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OFANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN- WILLIAMS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- CHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. wvvw.sherwin-williams.com/protective M Revised 2/10 PART S PART S PART S PART T 1 � ■ C ATION BULLE SURFACE PREPARATIONS Surface must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Iron & Steel Remove all oil and grease from surface by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. Minimum surface preparation is Commercial Blast Cleaning per SSPC -SP6 /NACE 3. For better performance, use Near White Metal Blast Cleaning per SSPC -SP10 /NACE 2. Blast clean all surfaces using a sharp, angular abrasive for optimum surface profile (2 mils / 50 microns). Prime any bare steel the same day as it is cleaned or before flash rusting occurs. Aluminum Remove all oil, grease, dirt, oxide and other foreign material by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. Primer required. Galvanized Steel Allow to weather a minimum of six months prior to coating. Remove all oil, grease, dirt, oxide and other foreign material by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. When weathering is not possible, or the surface has been treated with chromates or silicates, first Solvent Clean per SSPC -SP1 and apply a test patch. Allow paint to dry at least one week before testing adhesion. If adhesion is poor, brush blasting per SSPC -SP7 is necessary to remove these treatments. Rusty galvanizing requires a minimum of Hand Tool Cleaning per SSPC -SP2, prime the area the same day as cleaned. Primer required. Concrete and Masonry For surface preparation, refer to SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, or ICRI 03732, CSP 1 -3. Surfaces should be thoroughly clean and dry. Concrete and mortar must be cured at least 28 days @ 75 °F (24 °C). Remove all loose mortar and foreign material. Surface must be free of laitance, concrete dust, dirt, form release agents, moisture curing membranes, loose cement and hardeners. Fill bug holes, air pockets and other voids with Steel -Seam FT910. Primer required. Always follow the standard methods listed below: ASTM D4258 Standard Practice for Cleaning Concrete. ASTM D4259 Standard Practice for Abrading Concrete. ASTM D4260 Standard Practice for Etching Concrete. ASTM F1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emission Rate of Concrete. SSPC -SP 13 /Nace 6 Surface Preparation of Concrete. ICRI 03732 Concrete Surface Preparation, 865-300 GLOSS SERIES B65 -350 SEMI -GLOSS SERIES B65WW305 MR WHITE B60V30 HARDENER ,9 APPLICATION CONDITIONS Temperature: 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum 120 °F (49 °C) maximum air, surface, and material) t least 5 °F (2.8 °C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum APPLICATION EQUIPME The following is a guide. Changes in pressures and tip sizes may be needed for proper spray characteristics. Always purge spray equipment before use with listed reducer. Any reduction must be compliant with existing VOC regulations and compatible with the existing environmental and application conditions. Reducer /Clean Up Below 80 °F ....................Reducer #69, R7K69 Above 80 °F .................... Reducer #58, R7K58 or R6K32 Airless Spray Pressure .........................2500 - 2800 psi Hose .... ...........................3 /8" ID Tip ... ............................... 013" -.017" Filter ............................... none Reduction.. ..................... As needed up to 10% by volume Conventional Spray Gun ............... ................. Binks 95 Fluid Nozzle ...................63 B Atomization Pressure ....50 - 70 psi Fluid Pressure ................20 - 25 psi Reduction .......................As needed up to 15% by volume Brush Brush, .......... .................. Natural bristle Reduction .......................As needed up to 15% by volume Roller Cover .. ...........................3 /8" woven with solvent resistant core Reduction .......................As needed up to 15% by volume If specific application equipment is not listed above, equivalent equipment may be substituted. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective continued on back Surface Preparation Standards White Metal Near White Metal Commercial Blast Brush -Off Blast Hand Tool Cleaning Power Tool Cleani g Condition of ISO 8501 -1 Surface BS7079:A1 Sa 3 Sa 2.5 Sa 2 Sa 1 Rusted C St 2 Pitted & Rusted D St 2 usted C St 3 Pitted 8 Rusted D St .3 Swedish Std. SIS055900 Sa 3 Sa 2.5 Sa 2 Sa 1 C St 2 D St 2 C St 3 n St 3 SSPC NACE SP 5 1 SP 10 2 SP 6 3 SP 7 4 SP 2 - SP 2 SP 3 SP 3 865-300 GLOSS SERIES B65 -350 SEMI -GLOSS SERIES B65WW305 MR WHITE B60V30 HARDENER ,9 APPLICATION CONDITIONS Temperature: 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum 120 °F (49 °C) maximum air, surface, and material) t least 5 °F (2.8 °C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum APPLICATION EQUIPME The following is a guide. Changes in pressures and tip sizes may be needed for proper spray characteristics. Always purge spray equipment before use with listed reducer. Any reduction must be compliant with existing VOC regulations and compatible with the existing environmental and application conditions. Reducer /Clean Up Below 80 °F ....................Reducer #69, R7K69 Above 80 °F .................... Reducer #58, R7K58 or R6K32 Airless Spray Pressure .........................2500 - 2800 psi Hose .... ...........................3 /8" ID Tip ... ............................... 013" -.017" Filter ............................... none Reduction.. ..................... As needed up to 10% by volume Conventional Spray Gun ............... ................. Binks 95 Fluid Nozzle ...................63 B Atomization Pressure ....50 - 70 psi Fluid Pressure ................20 - 25 psi Reduction .......................As needed up to 15% by volume Brush Brush, .......... .................. Natural bristle Reduction .......................As needed up to 15% by volume Roller Cover .. ...........................3 /8" woven with solvent resistant core Reduction .......................As needed up to 15% by volume If specific application equipment is not listed above, equivalent equipment may be substituted. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective continued on back Protective -SOLIDS, POLYURETHANE Marine Coatings PART S PART S PART S PART T APPLICATIO BULLETIN B65 -300 GLOSS SERIES B65 -350 SEMI -GLOSS SERIES B65WW305 [MR WHITE B60V30 HARDENER APPLICA PROCEDURES Surface preparation must be completed as indicated Mix contents of each component thoroughly with low speed power agitation. Make certain no pigment remains on the bottom of the can. Then combine 4 parts by volume of Part S with 1 part by volume of Part T. Thoroughly agitate the mixture with power agitation. If reducer solvent is used, add only after both components have been thoroughly mixed. Apply paint at the recommended film thickness and spreading rate as indicated below: Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Minimum Maximum Wet mils (microns) 4.5 112 6.0 150 Dry mils (microns) 3.0 75 4.0 100 — Coverage sq ft /gal (M2 /L) 260 6.4 347 8.5 Theoretical coverage sq ft /gal 1040 25.5 2 hours (mz /L) @ 1 mil / 25 microns dft To handle: NOTE: Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to a maxi film thickne and u o f appearance. Drying Schedule (a) 4.5 mils wet (12 microns): @ 40 F /4.5 - C @ 77 °F125 °C @ 120`F/49`C 50% RH To touch: 4 hours 2 hours 1 hour To handle: 16 hours 8 hours 5 hours To recoat: minimum 24 hours 18 hours 10 hours maximum 14 days 14 days 14 days To cure: 14 days 10 days 7 days Pot Life: 8 hours 4 hours 2 hours Sweat -in -Time: None required ff maximum recoat time is exceeded, abrade surface before recoating. Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent. Application of coating above maximum or below minimum recommended spreading rate may adversely affect coating performance. CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS Clean spills and spatters immediately with Reducer #58, R7K58. Clean tools immediately after use with Reducer #58, R7K58. Follow manufacturer's safety recommendations when using any solvent. DISCLAIMER The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin- Williams Company. Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin - Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and Application Bulletin. 1 PERFORMANCE TIPS Stripe coat all crevices, welds, and sharp angles to prevent early failure in these areas. When using spray application, use a 50% overlap with each pass of the gun to avoid holidays, bare areas, and pinholes. If necessary, cross spray at a right angle. Spreading rates are calculated on volume solids and do not include an application loss factor due to surface profile, roughness or po- rosity of the surface, skill and technique of the applicator, method of application, various surface irregularities, material lost during mixing, spillage, overthinning, climatic conditions, and excessive film build. Excessive reduction of material can affect film build, appearance, and adhesion. Do not apply the material beyond recommended pot life. Do not mix previously catalyzed material with new. In order to avoid blockage of spray equipment, clean equipment before use or before periods of extended downtime with Reducer #58, R7K58. Mixed coating is sensitive to water. Use water traps in all air lines. Moisture contact can reduce pot life and affect gloss and color. Quick -Thane Urethane Accelerator is acceptable for use. See data page 5.97 for details. E -Z Roll Urethane Defoamer is acceptable for use. See data page 5.99 for details. Refer to Product Information sheet for additional performance characteristics and properties. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Contact your Sherwin- Williams representative for additional technical data and instructions. WARRANTY The Sherwin- Williams Companywarrants our products to be free of manufacturing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin - Williams quality control procedures. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the de- fective product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as determined by Sherwin- Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN- WILLIAMS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FORA PARTICULAR PURPOSE. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET B65W300 08 00 DATE OF PREPARATION Nov 30, 2010 SECTION 1 PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NUMBER B65W300 PRODUCT NAME Hi- Solids Polyurethane - Gloss (Part S), Ultra White MANUFACTURER'S NAME THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS COMPANY 101 Prospect Avenue N.W. Cleveland, OH 44115 Telephone Numbers and Websites Product Information www.sherwin- wiliiams.com Regulatory Information (216) 566 -2902 www.paintdocs.com Medical Emergency (216) 566 -2917 Transportation Emergency* 800 424 -9300 for Chemical Emergency ONLY (spill, leak, fire, exposure, or accident SECTION 2 - COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS % by Weight CAS Number Ingredient Units Vapor Pressure 18 110 -43 -0 Methyl n -Amyl Ketone ACGIH TLV 50 PPM 3.855 mm OSHA PEL 100 PPM 2 108.94.1 Cyclohexanone ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL 2 14808 -60 -7 Quartz ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL 32 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL OSHA PEL 25 ppm (Skin) 2 mm 25 ppm (Skin) 0.025 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust 0.1 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust 10 mg /m3 as Dust 10 mg /m3 Total Dust 5 mg /m3 Respirable Fraction SECTION 3 — HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE INHALATION of vapor or spray mist. EYE or SKIN contact with the product, vapor or spray mist. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE EYES: Irritation. SKIN: Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause irritation. INHALATION: Irritation of the upper respiratory system. HMIS Codes Health 2' Flammability 2 Reactivity 0 May cause nervous system depression. Extreme overexposure may result in unconsciousness and possibly death. Prolonged overexposure to hazardous ingredients in Section 2 may cause adverse chronic effects to the following organs or systems: • the liver • the urinary system SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE Headache, dizziness, nausea, and loss of coordination are indications of excessive exposure to vapors or spray mists. Redness and itching or burning sensation may indicate eye or excessive skin exposure. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE May cause allergic respiratory and /or skin reaction in susceptible persons or sensitization. This effect may be delayed several hours after exposure. Persons sensitive to isocyanates will experience increased allergic reaction on repeated exposure. CANCER INFORMATION For complete discussion of toxicology data refer to Section 11. page 1 of 4 B65W300 SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEA EYES: Flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention. SKIN: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re -use. INHALATION: If any breathing problems occur during use, LEAVE THE AREA and get fresh air. If problems remain or occu r later, IMMEDIATELY gel medical attention. INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. SECTION 5- FIREFIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT LEL UEL FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION 102'F PMCC 1.1 8.1 Combustible, Flash above 99 and below 200 °F EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Application to hot surfaces requires special precautions. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately apparent. Obtain medical attention. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES Full protective equipment including self- contained breathing apparatus should be used. Water spray may be ineffective. If water is used, fog nozzles are preferable. Water may be used to cool closed containers to prevent pressure build -up and possible autoignition or explosion when exposed to extreme heat. SECTION 6 -ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Remove with inert absorbent. SECTION 7- HANDLING AND STORAGE. STORAGE CATEGORY DOL Storage Class II PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE Contents are COMBUSTIBLE. Keep away from heat and open flame. Consult NFPA Code. Use approved Bonding and Grounding procedures. Keep container closed when not in use. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children. SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS /PERSONAL PROTECTION . PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN USE NO PERSON SHOULD USE THIS PRODUCT, OR BE IN THE AREA WHERE IT IS BEING USED, IF THEY HAVE CHRONIC (LONG -TERM) LUNG OR BREATHING PROBLEMS OR IF THEY EVER HAD A REACTION TO ISOCYANATES. Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor and spray mist. Wash hands after using. This coating may contain materials classified as nuisance particulates (listed "as Dust" in Section 2) which may be present at hazardous levels only during sanding or abrading of the dried film. If no specific dusts are listed in Section 2, the applicable limits for nuisance dusts are ACGIH TLV 10 mg /m3 (total dust), 3 mg /m3 (respirable fraction), OSHA PEL 15 mg /m3 (total dust), 5 mg /m3 (respirable fraction). VENTILATION Local exhaust preferable. General exhaust acceptable if the exposure to materials in Section 2 is maintained below applicable exposure limits. Refer to OSHA Standards 1910.94, 1910.107, 1910.108. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION Where overspray is present, a positive pressure air supplied respirator (TC19C NIOSH /MSHA approved) should be worn. If unavailable, a properly fitted organic vapor /particulate respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for protection against materials in Section 2 may be effective. Follow respirator manufacturers directions for use. Wear the respirator for the whole time of spraying and until all vapors and mists are gone. NO PERSONS SHOULD BE ALLOWED IN THE AREA WHERE THIS PRODUCT IS BEING USED UNLESS EQUIPPED WITH THE SAME RESPIRATOR PROTECTION RECOMMENDED FOR THE PAINTERS. When sanding or abrading the dried film, wear a dusUmist respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for dust which may be generated from this product, underlying paint, or the abrasive. PROTECTIVE GLOVES To prevent skin contact, wear gloves which are recommended by glove supplier for protection against materials in Section 2. EYE PROTECTION Wear safety spectacles with unperforated sideshields. page 2 of 4 B65W300 OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Use barrier cream on exposed skin. OTHER PRECAUTIONS This product must be mixed with other components before use. Before opening the packages, READ AND FOLLOW WARNI NG LABELS ON ALL COMPONENTS. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES PRODUCT WEIGHT SPECIFIC GRAVITY BOILING POINT MELTING POINT VOLATILE VOLUME EVAPORATION RATE VAPOR DENSITY SOLUBILITY IN WATER VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC Th 2.45 lb/gal 293 g/I 2.45 lb/gal 293 g/I 11.33 lb/gal 1357 g/I 1.36 297 - 320 `F 147 - 160 °C Not Available 35% Slower than ether Heavier than air N.A. eoretical - As Packaged) Less Water and Federally Exempt Solvents Emitted VOC SECTION 10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY — Stable CONDITIONS TO AVOID None known. INCOMPATIBILITY None known. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS By fire: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION Will not occur SECTION 11 - `TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Crystalline Silica (Quartz, Cristobalite) is listed by IARC and NTP. Long term exposure to high levels of silica dust, which can occur only when sanding or abrading the dry film, may cause lung damage (silicosis) and possibly cancer. IARC's Monograph No. 93 reports there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental rats exposed to titanium dioxide but inadequate evidence for carcinogenicity in humans and has assigned a Group 2B rating. In addition, the IARC summary concludes, "No significant exposure to titanium dioxide is thought to occur during the use of products in which titanium is bound to other materials, such as paint." TOXICOLOGY DATA CAS No. Ingredient Name 11043.0 Methyl n -Amyl Ketone LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 1670 ma /ka 108 -94.1 Cyclohexanone 14808 -60 -7 Quartz 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide LC50 RAT 4HR 8000 ppm LD50 RAT 1535 malt LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available SECTION 12- ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 -DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261 Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. page 3 of 4 B65W300 Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 -TRANSPORT INFORMATION US Ground (DOT) May be Classed as a Combustible Liquid for U.S. Ground. UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): UN1263, PAINT, COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID, PG III, (ERG #128) Canada (TOG) May be Classed as a Combustible Liquid for Canadian Ground. UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, (ERG #128) IMO UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, (39 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (D /E) SECTION 15' REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION ACAS No. ]CHEMICAL /COMPOUND I% by WT 1% Element No ingredients to this product are subject to SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) Supplier Notification. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. TSCA CERTIFICATION All chemicals in this product are listed, or are exempt from listing, on the TSCA Inventory. SECTION 16 OTHER INFORMATION This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Canadian Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR. The above information pertains to this product as currently formulated, and is based on the information available at this time. Addition of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since conditions of use are outside our control, we make no - warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. page 4 of 4 PRODUCT DATA SHEET GENERIC DESCRIPTION Polyamidoamine Epoxy COMMON USAGE Innovative potable water coating which offers high -build edge protection and allows for application at it wicle rtnge of Immersion temperatures WOw'n to 35 ° F or 2 °C with 44 -700 Accelerator). For use on the interior and exterior of steel or concrete 75 °F (24 °C) tanks, reservoirs, pipes, valves, pumps and equipment in potable water service. Note: Series V140 conform, with a i l - 5 hours pollution regulations limiting Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) to a maximum of 250 grams /litre (2.08 Ibs /gal)_ In areas requiring less than 100 grams /litre VOC, please refer to the Series 1.140 clata sheet. COLORS 1211 Red Oxide, 1255 Beige, 11W1 White, 1513L Tank White, 35GIZ Black and 39BL Delft Blue. Note: Epoxies chalk ,with 8 days extended exposure to sunlight. Lack of ventilation, incomplete mixing, miscatalyzation or the use of heaters that emit 55 ° F 0YC) carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide cloning application and initial stages of curing may cause yellowing to occur. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Certified by NSF International in accordance with ANSI /NSF Std. 61. Ambient air cured Series N140 (with or without 44- 700 Epoxy Accelerator) is qualified for use on t_inks and reservoirs of 1,000 gallons (3,785L) crpacii °: or greater, pipes 14 18 -22 hours inches (30 (m) in diameter or greater, valves four (4) inches (10 an) in diameter or greater and finu, gs tour (4) inches (10 12 -13 clays en) in diameter of greater. Series V140 is qualified for use on tanks of 20,000 gallons (75,7081.) capacity or gre Uer, valves 35 °F (2 °C) two (2) inches (5 en) in diameter or greater and fittings 1/2 inch (I cm) in ciameter or greater. Note: NSF certification for 46 -50 hours Series V140 applies to colors 1255 Beige, 1211 Red and 1511L Tank White only. Conforms to AWWA D 102 Inside Systems No. 1 and No. 2 (with or without 44 -700). Conforms to AWWA C 210 (without 44 -700). Contact your Tnemec representative for systems and additional information. A two -coat system at 4.0 -6.0 dry mils (100 -150 dry microns) per coat passes the peliormance requirement~ of MIL. -PRF -45561' for fuel storage- Reference the "Search Listings" section of the NSF website at cvwhv.nsfoig for details on the maximum allowable: DFT. PERFORMANCE CRITERIA Extensive test clata available. Contact your Tnemec representative for specific test results. PRIMERS Self- priming, 20, FC20, 22, 914120, 94 -1,0, 1 -140, L140F, N140F, V140, V140F TOPCOATS interior: Series 20, FC20, 22, 1,140, L140F, N140F, V140, V1401'. Exterior: Series 27, 66, 1.69, L69F, N69, N69F, V69, V69F, 73, 1.140, L140F, N140, N140F, V140, V140F, 161, 180, 700, 701, 1074, 1074U, 1075, 1075U, 1080, 1081. Refer to COLORS on applicable topcoat data sheets for additional intornrttion. Note: When topco:ning with Series 700, an intermediate coat of Series 73 or 10755 k required. Note: The following rcom times apply lot Series N140: Immersion Service— Surface must he scarified after 60 clays. Atmospheric Setvice —After 60 clays, scarification or an epoxy tie -coat is required- Contact your Tnemec representative for specific recommendations. PRIMED STEEL Immersion Service: Scarify the Series N140, 20 or FC20 prime coat surface by blasting with fine abrasive hefore topcoaung if it has been exterior exposed for 60 clays or Longer and N140 is the specified topcoat STEEL Immersion Service: SSPC -SP10 /NACE 2 Near -White Blast Cleaning with a minimum angular anchor profile of 1.5 mils. Non - Immersion Service: SSPC -SP6 /NACE 3 Commercial Blast Cleaning with a minimum angular anchor profile of 1.5 mils. CAST /DUCTILE IRON Contact your Tnemec representative or Tnemec Technical Services. CONCRETE Allow new concrete to cure 28 clays. For optimum results and /or immersion service, abrasive blast referencing SSFC- SP13 /NACE 6, ICRI -CSp 2 -4 Surface Preparation of Concrete and Tnemec's Surface Preparation and Application Guide. Fill all holes, pits, voids and cracks with 63- 1500, 215 or 218. ALL SURFACES Must he clean, dry and free of oil, grease and other contaminants. VOLUME SOLIDS 67.0 ± 2.0% (mixed —A, B & 44 -700 Epoxy Accelerator) f RECOMMENDED DFT 2.0 to 10 -0 mils (50 to 225 microns) per coat. Note: MIL- PRF -45561' applications require two coats at 4.0 -6 -0 mils (100 -150 mieons) per coat. Otherwise, the number of coats and thickness requirements will vary with Substrate, application method and exposure. Contact your Tihemec representative. (URINGTIMEATS MILS OFT Without 44 -700 Accelerator: Temperature I To Handle I To Recoat I Immersion With 44 -700 Accelerator Curing tittle varies with surface temperature, an movement, humidity and film thickness. Note: For valve applications allow 14 days cure at 75 °F (24 °C) prior to immersion. For pipe applications allow 30 days cure at 75 °F (24 °C) prior to immersion. Ventilation: When used in enclosed areas, provide adequate ventilation during application and cure. VOLITIE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS N140: Unthinned: 2.4 Ibs /gallon (285 grams /litre) V140: Unthinned: I -95 Ibs /gallon (234 grams /litre) Thinned 5% ( 060): 2.6 Ibs /gallon (311 grams /litre) Thinned 2.5% ( #4): 2.08 Ibs /gallon (250 grains /litre) Thinned 10%( #4): 2.8 Ibs /gallon (334 grams /litre) t NAPS N140: Unthinned: 2.4 Ibs /gal solids Thinned 5% ( #60): 2.4 Ibs /gal solids Thinned 10% ( #4): 3.3 Ibs /gal solids V140: Unthirmed: 2.1 Ibs /gal solids Thinned 2.5% ( #4): 2.3 Ibs /gal solids © Jul 29, 2009 6 Tnemec (a., Inc. h, hr,hed technical data and h,atrunlons are .,•..h; «t tr,'yan ,,;thr„ t notice the t,ncne cat:doh :n w „the nec.CUn' S Page 1 of 2 July y Should Ile tee -aced Ibr the must avi technics! hnics! (1:11;1 and rnsducrinns or you may contact ynur'rnenmc 'epresent:nire Ii ninent Wdc c:d data and msuuctiuns. Temperature To Handle To Recoat Immersion 75 °F (24 °C) 4 hours 5 hours 7 days 65 °F (18 °C) 7 -8 hours 9 -11 hOtn'S 8 days 55 ° F 0YC) 12 -14 hours 16 -20 hours 9 -10 claps 45 °F (7 °C) 18 -22 hours 28 -32 hours 12 -13 clays 35 °F (2 °C) 28 -32 hours 46 -50 hours 16 -18 clays Curing tittle varies with surface temperature, an movement, humidity and film thickness. Note: For valve applications allow 14 days cure at 75 °F (24 °C) prior to immersion. For pipe applications allow 30 days cure at 75 °F (24 °C) prior to immersion. Ventilation: When used in enclosed areas, provide adequate ventilation during application and cure. VOLITIE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS N140: Unthinned: 2.4 Ibs /gallon (285 grams /litre) V140: Unthinned: I -95 Ibs /gallon (234 grams /litre) Thinned 5% ( 060): 2.6 Ibs /gallon (311 grams /litre) Thinned 2.5% ( #4): 2.08 Ibs /gallon (250 grains /litre) Thinned 10%( #4): 2.8 Ibs /gallon (334 grams /litre) t NAPS N140: Unthinned: 2.4 Ibs /gal solids Thinned 5% ( #60): 2.4 Ibs /gal solids Thinned 10% ( #4): 3.3 Ibs /gal solids V140: Unthirmed: 2.1 Ibs /gal solids Thinned 2.5% ( #4): 2.3 Ibs /gal solids © Jul 29, 2009 6 Tnemec (a., Inc. h, hr,hed technical data and h,atrunlons are .,•..h; «t tr,'yan ,,;thr„ t notice the t,ncne cat:doh :n w „the nec.CUn' S Page 1 of 2 July y Should Ile tee -aced Ibr the must avi technics! hnics! (1:11;1 and rnsducrinns or you may contact ynur'rnenmc 'epresent:nire Ii ninent Wdc c:d data and msuuctiuns. THEORETICAL(OVERAGE 1,070 mil sq ft /gal (272 m /1. at 25 mianns). See APPLICATION for coverage rates. f NUMBER OF COMPONENTS Two Part A (amine) and Pan B (epoxy) of Three: Par[ A, Part li and 44 -700 Epoxy Accelerator PACKAGING 5 gallon (18.91) pails and 1 gallon (3.791.) cans - Order in multiples of 2. Reference 44 -700 Epoxy Accelenitor product data sheet for its packaging information. NET WEIGHT PER GALLON N140: 12.66 ± 0.25 Ihs (5.82 *_ .11 kg) (mixed) V140: 13.00 ± 0.25 Ibs (5.90 t .11 kg) (mixed) I STORAGE TEMPERATURE Minununt 20'F (7'C) Maximum 1107 (43 °C) TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE (Dry) Continuous 250 (121 °C) Intermittent 275 (135 SHELF LIFE FLASH POINT - SETA HEALTH & SAFETY COVERAGE RATES MIXING THINNING POT LIFE 24 months at recommencled stor ige temperature N140 & V140 fart A: 82 ° F (28 °C) N140 Part 13: 80'F (27C) V140 Part 13: 86'F (30 ° ( - ,) 44 -700: None Paint products contain chemical ingredients which are considered ht¢a «IOUs. Rend container label whining and D- leterial Safety Data Sheet for imporunt health and safety information prior to the use Of this product. Keep out of reach of children. Note: Roller or brush application requires two or more coats to obtain recommended fihn thickness. Allow For oversplav and surface irregularities. Wet film thickness is rounded] to the nearest 0.5 mil or 5 microns .Application of coating below minimum or above m:lximum recommended dry film thicknesses may adversely affect coating performance. Reference the "Search Listings" section of the NSF website at www.nsfol,q for deuuilS on the maximum :Illocv Ible DFT. t I. Stan with equal amounts Of both Parts A S B. 2 Using a power mixer, separately stir Parts A & 13. 3. (For accelerated version. If not using 44 -700, skip to No. 0 Add four (4) fluid ounces of 44 -700 per gallon of Part A while Part A is under agitation. 4. Add Part A to part 13 under agitation, stir until thoroughly mired. 5 Both components nest be above 50'F 00'C) prior to mixing. For application of the unaccelerated version to surfaces Letween 50'F to 60'F 00'C to 16 °C) or the accelerated version to surfaces between 35'F to WE (2'C to 10 °C), allow mixed material to stand 30 minutes and restir before using. 6. For optinwnl application properties, the material temperature shoulCl he above 60'F (16 °C)_ Note: The use of more than the recommended amount of 44 -700 will adversely affect performance. Use No. 4 or No. 60 Thinner for N140. Use No. 4 Thinner for V140. For air spray, thin up to 10% or 3/4 pint (380 m1.) per gallon with No. 4 Thinner or thin up to 5% or 1/4 pint (190 mL) per gallon with No. 60 Thinner. For airless spray, roller or brush, thin up to 5 or 1/4 pint (190 m1..) per eallon. Caution: Series N140 NSF certification is based on thinning with No. 4 or No. 60 Thinner for tanks and only No. 60 Thinner for pipe, valves and fittings. Series V140 NSF certification is based on thinning with No. 4 Thinner only. Use of any other thinner voids ANSUNSF Std. 61 certification. Note: \/hen using Series V140, a maxinru n of 2-5% of No. 4 Thinner may be used to comply with VOC regulations. Without 44 -700 15 hours :It 50'F (10 ° C) 5 hours at 77 (25 ° C) 3 hours at 100'F (38 ° C) With 44 -700 8 hOLIrS at 35'F (2`C) 4 hours at 77'F (25 °C) 1 hour at 100'F (38 °C) APPLICATION EQUIPMENT Air sprav SURFA(ETEMPERATURE CLEANUP Gun Dry Mils (Microns) wet Mils (Microns) Sci Ft/Gal (m Sug 6.0050) 9.0(230) 179 (16.6) Minimum 2.0 (5O) 3.0 (75) 537 (49.9) Maximum 10.0 (225) 15.0 (375) 107 (10.0) Note: Roller or brush application requires two or more coats to obtain recommended fihn thickness. Allow For oversplav and surface irregularities. Wet film thickness is rounded] to the nearest 0.5 mil or 5 microns .Application of coating below minimum or above m:lximum recommended dry film thicknesses may adversely affect coating performance. Reference the "Search Listings" section of the NSF website at www.nsfol,q for deuuilS on the maximum :Illocv Ible DFT. t I. Stan with equal amounts Of both Parts A S B. 2 Using a power mixer, separately stir Parts A & 13. 3. (For accelerated version. If not using 44 -700, skip to No. 0 Add four (4) fluid ounces of 44 -700 per gallon of Part A while Part A is under agitation. 4. Add Part A to part 13 under agitation, stir until thoroughly mired. 5 Both components nest be above 50'F 00'C) prior to mixing. For application of the unaccelerated version to surfaces Letween 50'F to 60'F 00'C to 16 °C) or the accelerated version to surfaces between 35'F to WE (2'C to 10 °C), allow mixed material to stand 30 minutes and restir before using. 6. For optinwnl application properties, the material temperature shoulCl he above 60'F (16 °C)_ Note: The use of more than the recommended amount of 44 -700 will adversely affect performance. Use No. 4 or No. 60 Thinner for N140. Use No. 4 Thinner for V140. For air spray, thin up to 10% or 3/4 pint (380 m1.) per gallon with No. 4 Thinner or thin up to 5% or 1/4 pint (190 mL) per gallon with No. 60 Thinner. For airless spray, roller or brush, thin up to 5 or 1/4 pint (190 m1..) per eallon. Caution: Series N140 NSF certification is based on thinning with No. 4 or No. 60 Thinner for tanks and only No. 60 Thinner for pipe, valves and fittings. Series V140 NSF certification is based on thinning with No. 4 Thinner only. Use of any other thinner voids ANSUNSF Std. 61 certification. Note: \/hen using Series V140, a maxinru n of 2-5% of No. 4 Thinner may be used to comply with VOC regulations. Without 44 -700 15 hours :It 50'F (10 ° C) 5 hours at 77 (25 ° C) 3 hours at 100'F (38 ° C) With 44 -700 8 hOLIrS at 35'F (2`C) 4 hours at 77'F (25 °C) 1 hour at 100'F (38 °C) APPLICATION EQUIPMENT Air sprav SURFA(ETEMPERATURE CLEANUP Gun Fluid Tip Air Cap Air Hose ID Mat'1 Hose ID Atomizing Pressure pot Pressure DeVilbiss JGA E 765 or 704 5/16" or 3/8" 3/8" or 1/2" (9.5 or 12.7 75 -100 psi 70 -20 psi (7.9 or 9.5 nvn) film) (52 -6.9 har) (0.7 -1.4 bar) Airless Spray Tip Orifice Atotnizin Pressure Mat'l Hose ID Manffold Fllter 1 0.015 " - 0.019" (380 -485 microns) 3000 -4800 psi (207 -330 bar) 1/4" or 3/8" (6.4 or 9.5 min) 60 mesh (250 microns) Low temperatures or longer hoses require higher pot pressure. Use appropriate tip /atomizing pressure for equipment, applicator technique and weather conditions. Roller: Holler application optional when environmental restrictions do not allow spraying. Use 3/8" or 1/2" (9.5 mm to 12.7 inn) synthetic woven nap roller covers. Brush: Recommended for small areas only. Use high quality natural or synthetic bristle blushes. without 44 -700 Mininiu n 50'F (10 °C) Maximum 135'F (57°C) With 44 -700 Minimum 35'F (2 °C) Maximum 135'F (57°C) The surface should he city anti at least 5'F (3 °C) above the clew point. Coating will not cure below minimum surF.tCe temperature. Flush and clean all equipment immediately after use with the recommended thinner or MEK t Values may vary with color. IX4Uiit, \Nil' I.I�Ir[ATION OF SCI.LER'S LIAI31I,I1Y: Tnrmec Conlix y, Inc. wanents only (felt i1, coanngs �rprcsentrd herein meet the ILnuulation standard, of "1'nrotec Cump:uty. Inc "THE \\trA ItEAN"i N" DI ?SCRIBED IN THF. ABOVE PARAGRAPH SHALL BE IN I.IELI OF ANY OILIER WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING Btll' NO'h LIMI "1 "1iD TO, ANN' UIPLIED WARRANTY OI' t\IERCHAN'I ABILITY Oft ITI NESS FOR A ['Ali'11CULAlt Ill7RPOSE. THERE ARE NO WARRAN 1 *1 ES THAI' EXTEND 13EYOND THE DFSCR Ill HON ON'I'HE FACE HE It F.61' "I "he buvc•r's sole and exclusive mntedy againat'rnemec Qanpany, Inc. shall be fits replacement of the product in the event a defective condition of the product should be found to e "ist and the "Cl-iv, remedy shall not have Liilrcl its esentiid purpose as long as "It- -c is willing to provide cumparahl, replacement fl clad to the hoyer_ NO O I HI'R REMEDY UNCLUDING, 11111 NOT LINWITD'I'O. INCIDENT "Al. Olt CONSEQUENIIAl. DAIIAGES FOR LOST PROFITS, LOST SALFS, INIURI" 1'O PERSON OR PROPEIM F.NVIRONNIENTAL I.'NJITIEs Off ANN' OTHER INCIOEN[AL ()It CONMQUEN'IlAL LOSS) SHALL. BE AVAIIAHLE 'r0 THE Bt Wr'-R. Technical and application efon,tau,,, herein �, provided Ibr the pupose of eca[ahlishiog a general profile of the crating and proper arniog eP )1' -non procedures "I "", performance i,-Ie, .ere ohrnined in a controlled eneinnnneet aed Tnemec Company makes no Chun that These tests or any other I111,, a,-eltely represent ;dl environments. As applic Lion, environmenCd and design ELC10 can v:uy vpniricm[ly, clue care should he exercised m the selection :u (I use of the a>:ninp. © July 29, 2009 by Tnemec Co., Inc. PDSN140 Page 2 of 2 Preparation Date: 04- Jan -2010 Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Revision Number: 0 Product Code N140 -11 WHA Trade Name POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Contact Manufacturer Tnemec Company, Inc. 6800 Corporate Drive, Kansas City, MO 64120 -1372 Emergency Telephone Number 800 - 535 -5053 (INFOTRAC) - TNEMEC REGULATORY DEPT: 816 - 474 -3400 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION G ER! ew FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. HARMFUL IF INHALED. CAUSES SKIN AND EYE BURNS. HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED. MAY AFFECT THE BRAIN OR NERVOUS SYSTEM CAUSING DIZZINESS, HEADACHE OR NAUSEA. MAY CAUSE EYE, SKIN, NOSE, THROAT AND RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN REACTION; EFFECTS MAY BE PERMANENT. MAY BE HARMFUL IF ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN. Potential Health Ettects Principle Routes of Exposure Eye contact, Inhalation, Skin contact. Acute Effects Eyes Causes burns. Skin Causes burns. May cause sensitization by skin contact. Inhalation Irritating to respiratory system. Respirable crystalline silica (quartz) can cause silicosis, a fibrosis (scarring) of the lungs. Ingestion May be harmful if swallowed. Chronic Effects NOTICE: Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or fatal. Cancer hazard. Contains crystalline silica which can cause cancer. (Risk of cancer depends on duration and level of exposure.) See Section 11 for additional Toxicol Aggravated Medical Conditions Interactions with Other Chemicals Potential Environmental Effects Target Organ Effects )gical information. Central nervous system. Skin disorders. Gastrointestinal tract. Kidney disorders. Liver disorders. Use of alcoholic beverages may enhance toxic effects. See Section 12 for additional Ecological information Central nervous system, Central Vascular System, Eyes, Lungs, Respiratory system, Skin, Blood, Gastrointestinal tract, Kidney, Liver Page 1 / 8 N140 -11WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 1 3. COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS i Hazardous Components Comp onent X YLEN E CA S -No 1 -20 - 7_ Weight 21 .53 MOD IFIED CYCLOALIPHATIC POLYAMINE _ 10-30 T ALC (RESPIRA DUS T) 14807-96-6 10 - 30 CRY STALLINE SILICA (QUARTZ) _ 1 -60 - 1 1.09 3 _ N- BU TAN O L (SKIN) 71 -3 - 3 8 .9032 B ENZYL ALCOHO 10 -5 -6 _ 8.8786 TITANIUM D (T OTAL DU ST 13463 -6 -7 5-10 ET HYL BENZENE 100 -41 -4 5.238 IS OPHORONE DIA MINE 2 855 -1 -2 1- UREA RES _ 1 - 5 LUMINUM OXIDES 1344 -28 -1 _ 0.1 - 1 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Eye Contact Rinse thoroughly with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Skin Contact Wash off immediately with soap and plenty of water. Ingestion If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. Inhalation Move to fresh air. Oxygen or artificial respiration if needed. i 5. FIRE - FIGHTING MEASURES Flammable Properties Flammable. Suitable Extinguishing Media Use extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and the surrounding environment. Contact with water may cause violent frothing. Use: Carbon dioxide (CO2) - Foam - Dry chemical Hazardous Decomposition Products Oxides of carbon, hydrocarbons. Oxides of nitrogen. Aldehydes. Specific Hazards Arising from the Chemical Thermal decomposition can lead to release of irritating gases and vapours. In the event of fire and /or explosion do not breathe fumes. Protective Equipment and Precautions for Firefighters Use water spray to cool unopened containers. In the event of fire, wear self- contained breathing apparatus. Keep away from heat /sparks /open flames /hot surfaces. May cause heat and pressure build -up in closed containers. Solvent vapors are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Flash back possible over considerable distance. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal Precautions Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Use personal protective equipment. Remove all sources of ignition. Environmental Precautions Prevent further leakage or spillage if safe to do so. Do not flush into surface water or sanitary sewer system. Page 2 / 8 N140 -11WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Methods for Cleaning Up If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Other Information Not applicable i 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Close container after each use. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product. If splashes are likely to occur, wear goggles. Wear protective gloves /clothing. Do not burn, or use a cutting torch on, the empty drum When used in a mixture, read the labels and safety data sheets of all components. Wash thoroughly after handling. Storage Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. VAPORS MAY CAUSE FLASH FIRE. Use only in an area containing flame proof equipment. Extinguish all flames and pilot lights, and turn off stoves, heaters, electric motors and other sources of ignition during use and until all vapors are gone. Prevent build -up of vapors by opening all windows and doors to achieve cross ventilation. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION Exposure Guidelines component ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL Quebec TWAEV Ontario TWAEV Mexico OEL TWA XYLENE TWA: 100 ppm STEL: 'TWA: 435 mg /m' TWA:'TWA: 434 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: TWA: 435 mg /m' TWA: 150 ppm 100 ppm STEL: 150 100 ppm STEL: 150 435 mg /m' STEL: 150 100 ppm STEL: 150 General Hygiene Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. m STEL 655 mg/ml ! ppm STEL: 651 mg/m' ppm STEL 650 m /m' ppm STEL 655 mg/ml TALC 'RESPIRABLE DUST TWA: 2 m /m' TWA: 2 mg/m' TWA: 3 Mg/M TWA: 2 mg/ml TWA: 2 mg/m' CRYSTALLINE SILICA TWA: 0.025 mg /m' TWA: 0.1 mg /m' TWA: 0.1 mg /m TWA: 0.10 mg /m TWA: 0.1 mg /m' QUARTZ N- BUTANOL (SKIN) TWA: 20 ppm Skin Ceiling: 50 ppm ! Ceiling: 152 mg /m TWA: 20 ppm Peak: 150 mg/m Peak: Ceiling: 150 mg /m' Ceiling: 50 ppm Skin 50 ppm TWA: 100 ppm TWA: 300 mg/m' TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TOTAL TWA: 10 mg /m' TWA: 10 mg /m TWA: TWA: 10 mg /m TWA: 10 mg /m TWA: 10 mg /m STEL: DUST ) 15 mg/m' 20 m /m ETHYL BENZENE TWA: 100 ppm STEL TWA: 435 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 434 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TVVA: 125 ppm 100 ppm STEL: 545 100 ppm STEL: 125 435 mg /m' STEL: 125 435 mg /m STEL: 125 m /m' STEL: 125 IDpm ppm STEL: 543 Mg/M3 ppm STEL: 540 m /m' onm STEL: 545 m /m ALUMINUM OXIDES TWA: 1 mg /m TWA: 10 mg /m' TWA: 5' TWA: 10 mg /m TWA: 10 mg /m TWA: 10 mglm' mg/ml TWA: 15 Mg/M31 Engineering Measures Ensure adequate ventilation, especially in confined areas Personal Protective Equipment Skin Protection Lightweight protective clothing, Apron, Impervious gloves Eye /face Protection Goggles. If splashes are likely to occur, wear face - shield. Respiratory Protection Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not breathe dust, vapors or spray mist. Ensure fresh air entry during application and drying. If you experience eye watering, headache or dizziness or if air monitoring demonstrates vapor /mist levels are above applicable limits, wear an appropriate, properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) during and after application. Follow respirator manufacturer's directions for respirator use. General Hygiene Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Considerations Avoid breathing dust created by cutting, sanding, or grinding. 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Flash Point 26 °C / 78.0 °F Boiling Point /Range 116 - 142 °C / 241.0 - 288.0 °F Page 3 / 8 N140 -11WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY I Chemical stability Stable. Conditions to Avoid Heat, flames and sparks. Epoxy constituents. Incompatible Products Strong oxidizing agents. Bases. Possibility of Hazardous None under normal processing Acids. Cleaning solutions such Reactions as Chromerge and Aqua Regia. 11. T OXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Component Information Component 0. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Upper Exposure Limits No information available Lower Exposure Limits No information available Evaporation Rate No information available Vapour Pressure No information available Vapour Density No information available Specific Gravity 1.64582 Density 13.69567 VOC Content (lbs /gal) 2.636 • Volatile by Weight 19.2490 • Volatile by Volume 36.8285 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY I Chemical stability Stable. Conditions to Avoid Heat, flames and sparks. Epoxy constituents. Incompatible Products Strong oxidizing agents. Bases. Possibility of Hazardous None under normal processing Acids. Cleaning solutions such Reactions as Chromerge and Aqua Regia. 11. T OXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Component Information Component LD50 Oral LD50 Dermal LC50 Inhalation XYLENE 4300 mg /kg ( Rat) _ 1700 mg /kg ( Rabbit) 47635 mg /L ( Rat ) 4 h 5000 ppm Rat 14 h CRYSTALLINE SILICA QUARTZ 500 mg/k Rat X N- BUTANOL (SKIN) 790 mg /kg ( Rat) 3400 mg /kg ( Rabbit) 18000 ppm ( Rat) 4 h 17.7 mg /L ( Rat 4h BENZYL ALCOHOL _ 1 230 mg /k g Rat __ 200 m /k Rabbit 8.8 m I�R 4 h TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TOTAL DUST X ETHYL BENZENE 3500 m /k Rat 1535 4 m /k Rabbit 17.2 m /L Rat 4 h ISOPHORONE DIAMINE 1030 m /k Rat ALUMINUM OXIDES 5000 m /k Rat Irritation No information available Corrosivity No information available Sensitization No information available Chronic Toxicity Carcinogenicity Thp tahlp hP..Inw inrlirntpG whpthpr parh anpnnv hac licipri anv innrpriipnt ac n r nrri --n Component A IARC - - - NTP -- . _ ----- _ OSHA - _. ... Mexico CRYSTALLINE SILICA QUARTZ A2 Group 1 Known X TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TOTAL DUST Group 28 X ETHYL BENZENE A3 Group 213 X Mutagenic Effects No information available Reproductive Effects No information available Developmental Effects No information available Page 4 / 8 N140 -11 WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 Teratogenicity Target Organ Effects Endocrine Disruptor Information No information available Central nervous system, Central Vascular System, Eyes, Lungs, Respiratory system, Skin, Blood, Gastrointestinal tract, Kidney, Liver. No information available 1 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ecotoxicity Component Freshwater Algae Freshwater Fish Microtox Water Flea XYLENE LC50= 13.4 mgt Pimephales EC50 = 0.0084 mg /L 24 h EC50 = 3.82 mg /L 48 h LC50 promelas 96 h LC50= 8.05 = 0.6 mg /L 48 h mg /L Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h LC50= 16.1 mg /L Lepornis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 26.7 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h TALC (RESPIRABLE DUST) LC50> 100 g/L Brachydanio rerio 96 h N- BUTANOL (SKIN) EC50 > 500 mg /L 96 h EC50 > LC50= 1510 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 2041.4 mg /L 5 min EC50 = 1983 mg /L 48 h 500 mg /L 72 h promelas 96 h LC50= 1740 EC50 = 2186 mg /L 30 min mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 EC50 = 4400 mg /L 17 h EC50 h LC50= 1200 mg /L Leuciscus = 3980 mg /L 24 h idus 96 h BENZYL ALCOHOL EC50 = 35 mg /L 3 h LC50= 460 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 63.7 mg /L 5 min EC50 EC50 = 23 mg /L 48 h promelas 96 h LC50= 10 mg /L = 63.7 mglL 15 min EC50 = Lepomis macrochirus 96 h 71.4 mg /L 30 min EC50 = 50 mg /L 5 _min _ ETHYL BENZENE EC50 = 4.6 mg /L 72 h EC50 > LC50= 14.0 mg /L EC50 = 9.68 mg /L 30 min EC50 1.8 - 2.4 mg /L 48 h 438 mg /L 96 h Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h EC50 = 96 mg /L 24 h LC50= 9.09 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h LC50= 150.0 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 4.2 mg /L Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h LC50= 32 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 48.5 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h LC50= 9.6 mg /L Poecilia reticulata 96 h ISOPHORONE DIAMINE EC50 = 37 mg /L 72 h LC50= 110 mg /L Leuciscus EC50 = 42 mg /L 24 h dus 96 h 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal Methods Keep container tightly closed. If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Contaminated Packaging Empty containers should be taken for local recycling, recovery or waste disposal 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT Ground Transportation Only. Call TNEMEC Traffic Department - 816 - 474 -3400 for other modes of Transportation. Proper Shipping Name UN1263,PAINT,3,PGIII,ERG 128 Page 518 N140 -11 WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 -- - 1 5. REGULATORY INFORMATION International Inventories TSCA DSL /NDSL EINECS /ELINCS CHINA ENCS KECL PICCS AICS Complies Complies Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Clean Air Act, Section 112 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) (see 40 CFR 61) This product contains the following HAPs: Component XYLENE ETHYLBENZENE U.S. Federal Regulations SARA 313 Component CAS -No Weight % SARA 313 -Threshold V a_l ues XY LEN E 1330 -20 -7 21.53 _ 1.0 N- BUTANOL SKIN 71 -36 -3 8.9032 1.0 ETHYLBENZENE 100 -41 -4 5.2387 0.1 SARA 311/312 Hazardous Categorization Chronic Health Hazard Acute Health Hazard Fire Hazard Sudden Release of Pressure Hazard Reactive Hazard No Yes Yes No No Component CWA - Reportable Quantities CWA - Toxic Pollutants CWA - Priority Pollutants CWA - Hazardous Substances XYLENE 100 lb 5000 lb Carcinogen X ETHYLBENZENE 1000 lb X X X CERCLA Component Hazardous Substances RQs CERCLA EHS RQs XYLENE 100 lb Carcinogen N- BUTANOL SKIN 5000 lb Carcinogen ETHYLBENZENE 1000 lb U.S. State Regulations California Proposition 65 This product contains the following Proposition 65 chemicals: Component CAS -No California Prop. 65 CRYSTALLINE SILICA QUARTZ 14808 -60 -7 Carcinogen ETHYLBENZENE 100 -41 -4 Carcinogen Page 6/8 N140 -11WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 State Right -to -Know Com onent Massachusetts N.w Jersey i Pennsylvania Illinois Rhode Island XYLENE X X X X X TALC (RESPIRABLE D UST)____ X CRYSTALLINE SILICA (0UA RTZ X _ X X X N-BUTANOL (SK X X _ X X BENZYL ALCOHOL X X TITANIUM DIOXIDE (TOTAL DUST X X i X X ETHYLBENZENE X X X X X ISOPHORONE DIAMINE X ALUMINUM OXIDES X X X X Other International Regulations Canada This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all the information required by the CPR. WHMIS Hazard Class B2 Flammable liquid D2A Very toxic materials E Corrosive material _ Componen t NPRI _ XYLENE Part 1, Group 1 Substance; Part 5 Substance _ N- BUTANOL SKIN Part 1 Group 1 Substance ETHYL BENZENE Part 1 Group 1 Substance ALUMINUM OXIDES Part 1 Group 1 Substa (fibrous form) Legend NPRI - National Pollutant Release Inventory 16. OTHER INFORMATION Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Revision Summary No information available HMIS Health 0 Flammability 0 Reactivity 1 Disclaimer For specific information regarding occupational safety and health standards, please refer to the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 29, Part 1910. To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate. However, neither the Tnemec Company or any of its subsidiaries assume any liability whatsoever for the accuracy of completeness of the information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present unknown health hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are described herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards which exist. Page 7 / 8 N140 -11 WHA - POTA -PDX PLUS WHITE Revision Date= 29 -Dec -2009 Page 8 / 8 • r ` � • w Preparation Date: 04- Jan -2010 Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Revision Number: 0 1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION I Product Code N140 -0140B Trade Name POTA -PDX PLUS Contact Manufacturer Tnemec Company, Inc. 6800 Corporate Drive, Kansas City, MO 64120 -1372 Emergency Telephone Number 800 - 535 -5053 (INFOTRAC) - TNEMEC REGULATORY DEPT: 816 - 474 -3400 2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION GER! rvi ew FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. HARMFUL IF INHALED. HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED. MAY AFFECT THE BRAIN OR NERVOUS SYSTEM CAUSING DIZZINESS, HEADACHE OR NAUSEA. MAY CAUSE EYE, SKIN, NOSE, THROAT AND RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC SKIN REACTION; EFFECTS MAY BE PERMANENT. MAY BE HARMFUL IF ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN. Potential Health Effects Principle Routes of Exposure Eye contact, Inhalation, Skin contact. Acute Effects Eyes Moderately irritating to the eyes. Skin Irritating to skin. May cause sensitization by skin contact. Inhalation Irritating to respiratory system. Respirable crystalline silica (quartz) can cause silicosis, a fibrosis (scarring) of the lungs. Ingestion May be harmful if swallowed. Chronic Effects NOTICE: Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or fatal. Cancer hazard. Contains crystalline silica which can cause cancer. (Risk of cancer depends on duration and level of exposure.) See Section 11 for additional Toxicoli Aggravated Medical Conditions Interactions with Other Chemicals Potential Environmental Effects Target Organ Effects )gical information. Central nervous system. Kidney disorders. Liver disorders. Skin disorders. Use of alcoholic beverages may enhance toxic effects. See Section 12 for additional Ecological information Blood, Central nervous system, Central Vascular System, Eyes, Kidney, Liver, Lungs Respiratory system, Skin Page 117 N140 -01408 - POTA -PDX PLUS Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 COMPOSITION/INFORMATION INGREDIENTS Hazardous Components ICom onent CAS -No Weight T ALC RESPIRABLE DUST 14807 -96 -6 30-60 BISPHENOL A TYPE EPDXY RESIN 10-30 BISPHENOL A TYPE EPDXY RESIN 67924 -34 -9 10-30 XYLENE 1330 -20 -7 6.549 CRYSTALLINE SILICA QUARTZ 14808 -60 -7 5.6803 METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE 108 -10 -1 4.0691 A ROMATIC HYDROCARBON MIXTURE 64742 -95 -6 3.3546 1 2 4- TRIMETHYLBENZENE 95 -63 -6 2.49 1 3 5- TRIMETHYLBENZENE 108 -67 -8 0.6225 ETHYL BENZENE 100 -41 -4 0.3775 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Eye Contact Rinse thoroughly with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Skin Contact Wash off immediately with soap and plenty of water. Ingestion If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. Inhalation Move to fresh air. Oxygen or artificial respiration if needed. F 5. FIRE - FIGHTING MEASURES Flammable Properties Flammable Suitable Extinguishing Media Use extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and the surrounding environment. Contact with water may cause violent frothing. Use: Carbon dioxide (CO2) - Foam - Dry chemical Hazardous Decomposition Products Oxides of carbon, hydrocarbons. Aldehydes. Specific Hazards Arising from the Chemical Thermal decomposition can lead to release of irritating gases and vapours. In the event of fire and /or explosion do not breathe fumes. Protective Equipment and Precautions for Firefighters Use water spray to cool unopened containers. In the event of fire, wear self- contained breathing apparatus. Keep away from heat /sparks /open flames /hot surfaces. May cause heat and pressure build -up in closed containers. Solvent vapors are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Flash back possible over considerable distance. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal Precautions Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Use personal protective equipment. Remove all sources of ignition. Environmental Precautions Prevent further leakage or spillage if safe to do so. Do not flush into surface water or sanitary sewer system. Methods for Cleaning Up If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Other Information Not applicable Page 2 / 7 N140 -01408 - POTA -PDX PLUS Revision Date= 29 -Dec -2009 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Close container after each use. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product. If splashes are likely to occur, wear goggles. Wear protective gloves /clothing. Do not burn, or use a cutting torch on, the empty drum. When used in a mixture, read the labels and safety data sheets of all components. Wash thoroughly after handling. Storage Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. VAPORS MAY CAUSE FLASH FIRE. Use only in an area containing flame proof equipment. Extinguish all flames and pilot lights, and turn off stoves, heaters, electric motors and other sources of ignition during use and until all vapors are gone. Prevent build -up of vapors by opening all windows and doors to achieve cross ventilation. EXPOSURE CONTROLS PERSONAL Exposure Guidelines Component ACGIH TLV I OSHA PEL Quebec TWAEV Ontario TWAEV Mexico OEL TWA TALC RESPIRABLE DUST TWA: 2 mg/m' TWA: 2 mg/ml TWA: 3 m /m' TWA: 2 mg/ml TWA: 2 mg/ml XYLENE TWA: 100 ppm STEL: TWA: 435 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 434 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: TWA: 435 mg /m' TWA: 150 ppm 100 ppm STEL: 150 100 ppm STEL: 150 435 mg /m' STEL: 150 100 ppm STEL: 150 pp STEL: 655 m /m' _ppm S TEL 651 _m_gW ppm S TEL 6 50 mg /m pm STEL-_ mglm' CRYSTALLINE SILICA TWA: 0.025 mg /m' TWA: 0.1 mg /m' TWA: 0.1 mg /m' TWA: 0.10 mg /m' TWA: 0.1 mg /m' _ _ (QUARTZ) I METHYL ISOBUTYL TWA: 50 ppm STEL: 75 TWA: 205 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 205 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 205 mg /m' TWA: _ TWA: 50 ppm TWA: KETONE ppm 50 ppm STEL: 300 50 ppm STEL: 307 50 ppm STEL: 75 ppm 205 mg /m' STEL: 307 mg /m' STEL: 75 ppm i mg /m STEL 75 ppm mg /m' STEL 75 ppm TWA: 100 ppm TWA: 410 m /m'' 1,2,4- TRIMETHYLBENZENE TWA: 25 ppm TWA: 25 ppm TWA: TWA: 25 ppm TWA: TWA: 125 mg /m' TWA: 123 mg /m' 123 mg /m' 25 ppm STEL: 170 m /m STEL: 35 ppm 1,3,5- TRIMETHYLBENZENE TWA: 25 ppm TWA: 25 ppm TWA: TWA: 25 ppm TWA: TWA: 125 mg /m' TWA: 123 mg /m' 123 mg /m' 25 ppm STEL: 170 m /rn STEL 35 pp ETHYL BENZENE TWA: 100 ppm STEL: TWA: 435 mg/m TWA: TWA: 434 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA:1 125 ppm 100 ppm STEL: 545 100 ppm STEL: 125 435 mg /m' STEL: 125 435 mg /m' STEL: 125 M /M3 STEL 125 ppm ppm STEL: 543 Mg/M3 ppm STEL 540 Mg/M3 ppm STEL: 545 m /m' Engineering Measures Ensure adequate ventilation, especially in confined areas Personal Protective Equipment Skin Protection Lightweight protective clothing, Apron, Impervious gloves Eye /face Protection If splashes are likely to occur, wear Goggles. Respiratory Protection Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not breathe dust, vapors or spray mist. Ensure fresh air entry during application and drying. If you experience eye watering, headache or dizziness or if air monitoring demonstrates vapor /mist levels are above applicable limits, wear an appropriate, properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) during and after application. Follow respirator manufacturer's directions for respirator use. General Hygiene Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Considerations Avoid breathing dust created by cutting, sanding, or grinding. 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Flash Point Boiling Point /Range Upper Exposure Limits Lower Exposure Limits Evaporation Rate 27 °C / 80.0 °F 114 - 142 °C / 237.0 - 288.0 °F No information available No information available No information available Page 3 / 7 N140 -0140B - POTA -PDX PLUS Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Chemical stability Stable. Conditions to Avoid Incompatible Products Strong oxidizing agents. Bases. Possibility of Hazardous Acids. Amines. Alkalines. Reactions Heat, flames and sparks. Amines. None under normal processing 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Component Information Component 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Vapour Pressure No information available Vapour Density No information available Specific Gravity 1.39796 Density 11.63312 VOC Content (lbs /gal) 2.120 • Volatile by Weight 18.2190 • Volatile by Volume 29.8580 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Chemical stability Stable. Conditions to Avoid Incompatible Products Strong oxidizing agents. Bases. Possibility of Hazardous Acids. Amines. Alkalines. Reactions Heat, flames and sparks. Amines. None under normal processing 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Component Information Component LD50 Oral LD50 Dermal LC50 Inhalation XYLENE 4300 mg /kg ( Rat) 1700 mg /kg ( Rabbit) 1 47635 mg /L ( Rat ) 4 h 5000 ppm Rat 14 CRYSTALLINE SILICA QUARTZ 500 mg/kq mg/k Rat X METHYL IS OBUTYL KE TONE 2080 mg/kq mg/k Rat 16000 m g /kq ( Rabbit) 8.2 mq /L ( Rat 4 h _ AROMATIC HYDROCARBON MIXTURE 8400 mg /kg ( Rat) 2000 mg /kg ( Rabbit) 5.2 mg /L ( Rat } 4 h 3400 ppm ( Rat ) 4h 1 2 4- TRIMETHYLBENZENE 3400 mqlkq m /k Rat 3160 m /k Rabbit 18 /m' LRat 4 h 1 3 5- TRIMETHYLBENZENE 5000 rnq/kq Rat 24 /m' Rat 4 h ETHYL BENZENE 3500 mg/k Rat 15354 mg/k Rabbit 172 m /L Rat 4 h Irritation No information available Corrosivity No information available Sensitization No information available Chronic Toxicity Carcinogenicity The table below indicates whether each aaencv has listed nnv ingredient as a rani Component ACGIH IARC NTP OSHA Mexico CRYSTALLINE SILICA QUARTZ A2 Group 1 Known X ETHYL BENZENE A3 Group 2B X Mutagenic Effects Reproductive Effects Developmental Effects Teratogenicity Target Organ Effects Endocrine Disruptor Information No information available No information available No information available No information available Blood, Central nervous system, Central Vascular System, Eyes, Kidney, Liver, Lungs, Respiratory system, Skin. No information available Component EU - Endocrine Disrupters Candidate List EU - Endocrine Disruptors - lEvaluated Substances Japan - Endocrine Disruptor Information BISPHENOL A TYPE EPDXY RESIN lGroup III Chemical Page 4 / 7 N140 -01408 - POTA -PDX PLUS Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMA I Ecotoxicity Component Freshwater Algae Freshwater Fish Microtox Water Flea TALC (RESPIRABLE DUST) LC50> 100 g/L Brachydanio rerio 96 h XYLENE LC50= 13.4 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 0.0084 mg /L 24 h EC50 = 3.82 mg /L 48 h LC50 promelas 96 h LC50= 8.05 = 0.6 mg /L 48 h mg /L Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h LC50= 16.1 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 26.7 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h METHYL ISOBLITYL EC50 = 400 mg /L 96 h LC50= 505 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 79.6 mg /L 5 min EC50 = 4280.0 mg /L 24 h KETONE promelas 96 h EC50 = 170 m /L 48 h ROMATIC HYDROCARBON LC50= 9.22 mg /L EC50 = 6.14 mg /L 48 h M IXTURE _ _ On m iss 96 h 1,2,4 - TRIMETHYLBENZENE LC50= 7.72 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 6.14 mg /L 48 h _ _promelas 96 h 1,3,5 - TRIMETHYLBENZENE LC50= 7.72 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 50 mg /L 24 h promelas 96 h LC50= 3.48 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h ETHYL BENZENE EC50 = 4.6 mg /L 72 h EC50 > LC50= 14.0 mg /L EC50 = 9.68 mg /L 30 min EC50 1.8 - 2.4 mg /L 48 h 438 mg /L 96 h Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h EC50 = 96 mg /L 24 h LC50= 9.09 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h LC50= 150.0 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 4.2 mg /L Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h LC50= 32 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 48.5 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h LC50= 9.6 mg /L Poecilia reticulata 96 h j 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal Methods Keep container tightly closed. If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Contaminated Packaging Empty containers should be taken for local recycling, recovery or waste disposal 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT Ground Transportation Only. Call TNEMEC Traffic Department - 816 - 474 -3400 for other modes of Transportation. Proper Shipping Name UN1263,PAINT,3,PGIII,ERG 128 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION International Inventories TSCA DSL /NDSL Complies Complies Page 5 / 7 N140 -0140B - POTA -PDX PLUS EINECS /ELINCS CHINA ENCS KECL PICCS AICS Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Does not Comply Clean Air Act, Section 112 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) (see 40 CFR 61) This product contains the following HAPs: Component XYLENE METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE ETHYLBENZENE U.S. Federal Regulations SARA 313 Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Component CAS -No Weight % SARA 313 -Threshold Values __— _ —__ -- XYLENE _- 1 3303020 -7 6.549 1. - -- - - -__- _ METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE -- 108 -10 -1 _ -- _ - 4.0691 —_ -- 1.0 1 2 4- TRIMETHYLBENZENE 95 -63 -6 2.49 1.0 ETHYLBENZENE 100 -41 -4 0.3775 0.1 SARA 311/312 Hazardous Categorization Chronic Health Hazard Acute Health Hazard Fire Hazard Sudden Release of Pressure Hazard Reactive Hazard No Yes Yes No No Component CWA - Reportable Quantities CWA - Toxic Pollutants CWA - Priority Pollutants CWA - Hazardous Substances XYLENE 100 lb 5000 lb Carcinogen X ETHYLBENZENE 1000 lb X X X CFRCLA Component Hazardous Substances RQs CERCLA EHS RQs XYLENE 100 lb Carcinogen METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE 5000 lb Carcinogen ETHYLBENZENE 1000 lb U.S. State Regulations California Proposition 65 This product contains the following Proposition 65 chemicals: Component CAS -No California Prop. 65 CRYSTALLINE SILICA (QUARTZ) 14808 -60 -7 Carcinogen ETHYL BENZENE 100 -41 -4 Carcinogen State Right -to -Know Component Massachusetts New Jersey Pennsylvania Illinois Rhode Island TALC (RESPIRABLE DUST) X X X X Page 6 / 7 N140 -01408 - POTA -PDX PLUS Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 XYLENE -- - - - -- X- - X -- X METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE X CRYSTALLINE SILICA ( X X ---- X X - - -- X - - - - - -- -- X METHYLISOBUTYL KETO X X X 1 2 4- TRIMETHYLBENZENE X I X X X X 1 3 5- TRIMETHYLBENZENE I X X X X X ETHYL BENZENE X X X X X Other International Regulations Canada This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all the information required by the CPR. WHMIS Hazard Class B2 Flammable liquid D2A Very toxic materials Niel Component NPRI XYLENE Part 1 Group 1 Substance: Part 5 Substance METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE Part 1 Group 1 Substance Part 5 Substance AROMATIC HYDROCARBON MIXTURE Part 5 Substance 1 2 4- TRIMETHYLBENZENE _ Part 1 Group 1 Substance; Part 5 Substance ETHYL BENZENE Part 1 Group 1 Substance Legend NPRI - National Pollutant Release Inventory 16. OTHER INFORMATION Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Revision Summary No information available HMIS Health 0 Flammability 0 Reactivity 1 Disclaimer For specific information regarding occupational safety and health standards, please refer to the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 29, Part 1910. To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate. However, neither the Tnemec Company or any of its subsidiaries assume any liability whatsoever for the accuracy of completeness of the information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present unknown health hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are described herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards which exist. Page 7 / 7 is •r: , i - yr' Preparation Date: 04- Jan -2010 Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Revision Number: 0 1. PRODUCT COWWANY IDENTIFICATION Product Code F041 -0004 Trade Name THINNER CLEAR Contact Manufacturer Tnemec Company, Inc. 6800 Corporate Drive, Kansas City, MO 64120 -1372 Emergency Telephone Number 800 - 535 -5053 (INFOTRAC) - TNEMEC REGULATORY DEPT: 816 - 474 -3400 HAZARDS t i . GERI FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR. HARMFUL IF INHALED. HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED. MAY AFFECT THE BRAIN OR NERVOUS SYSTEM CAUSING DIZZINESS, HEADACHE OR NAUSEA. MAY CAUSE EYE, SKIN, NOSE, THROAT AND RESPIRATORY TRACT IRRITATION. MAY BE HARMFUL IF ABSORBED THROUGH SKIN. Potential Health Effects Principle Routes of Exposure Eye contact, Inhalation, Skin contact. Acute Effects Eyes Moderately irritating to the eyes. Skin Irritating to skin. Inhalation Irritating to respiratory system. Ingestion May be harmful if swallowed. Do not induce vomiting: may contain petroleum distillates and /or aromatic solvents. Aspiration may cause pulmonary edema and pneumonitis. Chronic Effects NOTICE: Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or fatal. See Section 11 for additional Toxicological information. Aggravated Medical Conditions Central nervous system. Gastrointestinal tract. Kidney disorders. Liver disorders. Skin disorders. Interactions with Other Chemicals Use of alcoholic beverages may enhance toxic effects. Potential Environmental Effects See Section 12 for additional Ecological information Target Organ Effects Blood, Central nervous system, Gastrointestinal tract, Eyes, Kidney, Liver, Respiratory system, Skin Page 1 / 7 F041 -0004 - THINNER CLEAR Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 3. tr ,., E O. INGREDIENTS Hazardous Components Component CAS -No Weight METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE 108 -10 -1 40 XYL E N E 1330 -20 -7 32.0008 iIN- BUTANOL SKIN 71 -36 -3 20 ETHYL BENZENE 100 -41 -4 7.9992 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Eye Contact Rinse thoroughly with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Skin Contact Wash off immediately with soap and plenty of water. Ingestion If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. Inhalation Move to fresh air. Oxygen or artificial respiration if needed. 5. FIRE - FIGHTING MEASURES Flammable Properties Flammable Suitable Extinguishing Media Use extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and the surrounding environment. Contact with water may cause violent frothing. Use: Carbon dioxide (CO2) - Foam - Dry chemical Hazardous Decomposition Products Oxides of carbon, hydrocarbons. Specific Hazards Arising from the Chemical Thermal decomposition can lead to release of irritating gases and vapours. In the event of fire and /or explosion do not breathe fumes Protective Equipment and Precautions for Firefighters Use water spray to cool unopened containers. In the event of fire, wear self- contained breathing apparatus. Keep away from heat /sparks /open flames /hot surfaces. May cause heat and pressure build -up in closed containers. Solvent vapors are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Flash back possible over considerable distance. 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal Precautions Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Use personal protective equipment. Remove all sources of ignition. Environmental Precautions Prevent further leakage or spillage if safe to do so. Do not flush into surface water or sanitary sewer system. Methods for Cleaning Up If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Other Information Not applicable 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Close container after each use. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product. If splashes are likely to occur, wear goggles. Wear protective gloves /clothing. Do not burn, or use a cutting torch on, the empty drum. When used in a mixture, read the labels and safety data sheets of all components. Wash thoroughly after handling. Page 2 / 7 F041 -0004 - THINNER CLEAR Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Storage Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. VAPORS MAY CAUSE FLASH FIRE. Use only in an area containing flame proof equipment. Extinguish all flames and pilot lights, and turn off stoves, heaters, electric motors and other sources of ignition during use and until all vapors are gone. Prevent build -up of vapors by opening all windows and doors to achieve cross ventilation. $ EXPOSUR C Exposure Guidelines Component ACGIH TLV 1 OSHA PEL Quebec TWAEV Ontario TWAEV Mexico OEL TWA METHYL ISOBUTYL TWA: 50 ppm STEL: 75,TWA: 205 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 205 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 205 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 50 ppm TWA: KETONE ppm 50 ppm STEL: 300 50 ppm STEL: 307 50 ppm STEL: 75 ppm 205 mg /m' STEL: 307 General Hygiene Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Mg/M3 STEL: 75 ppm mg /m' STEL: 75 ppm • Volatile by Weight mg 1m STEL: 75 ppm • Volatile by Volume 100.0000 TWA: 100 ppm TWA: my /rn XYLENE TWA: 100 ppm STEL: TWA: 435 mg /m TWA: TWA: 434 mg /m' TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: TWA: 435 mg /m' TWA: 150 ppm 100 ppm STEL: 150 1 100 ppm STEL: 150 435 mg /m STEL: 150 100 ppm STEL: 150 p S TEL 655 m� /m' I �pm S TEL: 651 m g /m'_ pp STE 650 mgl ppm ST 655 rn rp' N- BUTANOL (SKIN) TWA: 20 ppm Skin Ceiling: 50 ppm Ceiling: 152 mg /m TWA: 20 ppm Peak: 150 mg /m' Peak: Ceiling: 150 mg /m Ceiling: 50 ppm Skin 50 ppm TWA: 100 ppm TWA: 300 mg/M ETHYL BENZENE TWA: 100 ppm STEL: TWA: 435 mg /m TWA: TWA: 434 mg /m TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: TWA: 100 ppm TWA: 125 ppm 100 ppm STEL: 545 1 100 ppm STEL: 125 435 mg /m STEL: 125 435 mg /m STEL: 125 Mg/M STEL: 125 ppm I ppm STEL 543 mg/ml m STEL: 540 mg/M3 I pprn STEL 545 mg /m f Engineering Measures Ensure adequate ventilation, especially in confined areas Personal Protective Equipment Pensky Martens - Closed Cup Skin Protection Lightweight protective clothing, Apron, Impervious gloves Eye /face Protection If splashes are likely to occur, wear Goggles. Respiratory Protection Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not breathe dust, vapors or spray mist. Ensure Evaporation Rate fresh air entry during application and drying. If you experience eye watering, headache or Vapour Pressure dizziness or if air monitoring demonstrates vapor /mist levels are above applicable limits, Vapour Density wear an appropriate, properly fitted respirator (NIOSH approved) during and after application. Specific Gravity Follow respirator manufacturer's directions for respirator use. General Hygiene Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Considerations Avoid breathing dust created by cutting, sanding, or grinding. • Volatile by Weight 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Flash Point 18 °C / 64.0 °F Method Pensky Martens - Closed Cup Boiling Point /Range 114 - 142 °C / 237.0 - 288.0 °F Upper Exposure Limits No information available Lower Exposure Limits No information available Evaporation Rate No information available Vapour Pressure No information available Vapour Density No information available Specific Gravity .83124 Density 6.91720 VOC Content (lbs /gal) 6.917 • Volatile by Weight 100.0000 • Volatile by Volume 100.0000 Page 3 / 7 F041 -0004 - THINNER CLEAR Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Chemical stability Incompatible Prod =_icts Stable. Strong oxidizing agents. Conditions to Avoid Possibility of Hazardous Reactions Heat, flames and sparks. None under normal processing TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Acute Toxicity Component Information _: ___C omponent _ LD Oral LD50 Dermal LC50 Inhalation METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE _ 2080 mq /kg ( 16000 mg /k Rabbit _ 8.2m9 ( Rat ) 4 h XYLENE 4300 mg /kg ( Rat) 1700 mg /kg ( Rabbit) 47635 mg /L ( Rat ) 4 h 5000 ppm Rat 1 h N- BUTANOL (SKIN) 790 mg /kg ( Rat) 3400 mg /kg ( Rabbit) 18000 ppm ( Rat ) 4 h 17.7 mg /L ( Rat ) 4h ETHYL BENZENE 3500 mq/kq m /k Rat 15354 mg/k Rabbit 17.2 mg/ L at ) 4 h Irritation Corrosivity Sensitization Chronic Toxicity No information available No information available No information available as listed anv in Mutagenic Effects Reproductive Effects Developmental Effects Teratogenicity Target Organ Effects Endocrine Disruptor Information No information available No information available No information available No information available Blood, Central nervous system, Gastrointestinal tract, Eyes, Kidney, Liver, Respiratory system, Skin. No information available 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ecotoxicity Component Freshwater Algae Freshwater Fish Microtox Water Flea METHYL ISOBUTYL EC50 = 400 mg /L 96 h LC50= 505 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 79.6 mg /L 5 min EC50 = 4280.0 mg /L 24 h KETONE _ promelas 96 h EC 50 = 170 mg /L 48 h XYLENE LC50= 13.4 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 0.0084 mg /L 24 h EC50 = 3.82 mg /L 48 h LC50 promelas 96 h LC50= 8.05 = 0.6 mg /L 48 h mg /L Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h LC50= 16.1 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 26.7 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h Page 4 / 7 F041 -0004 - THINNER CLEAR Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Com onent Freshwater AI ae Freshwater Fish Microtox Water Flea N- BUTANOL (SKIN) EC50 > 500 mg /L 96 h EC50 > LC50= 1 510 mg /L Pimephales EC50 = 2041.4 mglL 5 min EC50 = 1983 mg /L 48 h KECL 500 mg /L 72 h promelas 96 h LC50= 1740 EC50 = 2186 mg /L 30 min AICS Complies mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 EC50 = 4400 mg /L 17 h EC50 h LC50= 1200 mg /L Leuciscus = 3980 mg /L 24 h i du s 96 h_ _ ETHYL BENZENE EC50 = 4.6 mg /L 72 h EC50 > LC50= 14.0 mg /L EC50 = 9.68 mg /L 30 min EC50 1.8 - 2.4 mgiL 48 h 438 mg /L 96 h Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h EC50 = 96 mg /L 24 h LC50= 9.09 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h LC50= 150.0 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 4.2 mg /L Oncorhynchus mykiss 96 h LC50= 32 mg /L Lepomis macrochirus 96 h LC50= 48.5 mg /L Pimephales promelas 96 h LC50= 9.6 mg /L Poecilia reticulata 96 h j 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal Methods Keep container tightly closed. If spilled, contain spilled material and remove with inert absorbent. Dispose of contaminated absorbent, container and unused contents in accordance with local, state and federal regulations. Contaminated Packaging Empty containers should be taken for local recycling, recovery or waste disposal I 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION DOT Ground Transportation Only. Call TNEMEC Traffic Department - 816- 474 -3400 for other modes of Transportation. Proper Shipping Name UN1263,PAINT RELATED MATERIAL,3,PGII,ERG 128 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION I International Inventories TSCA Complies DSL /NDSL Complies EINECS /ELINCS Complies CHINA Complies ENCS Complies KECL Complies PICCS Complies AICS Complies Clean Air Act, Section 112 Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) (see 40 CFR 61) This product contains the following HAPs: Component METHYLISOBUTYLKETONE XYLENE ETHYLBENZENE U.S. Federal Regulations SARA 313 Component CAS -No Weight % SARA 313 - Threshold Values METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE 108 -10 -1 40 1.0 Page 5 / 7 F041 -0004 - THINNER CLEAR Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 XYLENE 1330 -20 -7 32.0008 __ 1.0 N- BUTANOL (SKIN) 71 -36 -3 20 1.0 ETHYLBENZENE 100 -41 -4 7.9992 O 1 SARA 311/312 Hazardous Categorization Chronic Health Hazard No Acute Health Hazard Yes Fire Hazard Yes Sudden Release of Pressure Hazard No Reactive Hazard No Component CWA - Reportable Quantities CWA -Toxic Pollutants CWA - Priority Pollutants CWA - Hazardous Substances XYLENE 100 lb 100 l _ X ETHYLBENZENE 1000 lb X X X 1401 :ZNA1 i Component Hazardous Substances RQs CERCLA EHS RQs METHYL ISO BUTYL KETO 5000 lb Rhode Island XYLENE 100 l _ N- BUTANOL SKIN 5000 lb X ETHYLBENZENE 1000 lb X U.S. State Regulations California Proposition 65 This product contains the following Proposition 65 chemicals: Component CAS -No California Prop. 65 ETHYL BENZENE 100 -41 -4 Carcinogen State Right -to -Know Component Massachusetts New Jersey Penns ivania Illinois Rhode Island METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE X X X X X XYLENE X X X X X N- BUTANOL SKIN X X X X ETHYLBENZENE X X X X X Other International Regulations Canada This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all the information required by the CPR. WHMIS Hazard Class B2 Flammable liquid D2A Very toxic materials Page 6 / 7 F041 -0004 - THINNER CLEAR Revision Date: 29 -Dec -2009 Comp _ f NP METHYL ISOBUTYL KETONE Part 1 Group 1 Substance Part 5 Substance XYLENE Part 1 Group 1 Substance Part 5 Substance N- BUTANOL SKIN Part 1 Group 1 Substance ETHYL BENZENE Part 1 Grou 1 Substance Legend NPRI - National Pollutant Release Inventory 6. OTHER INFORMATION Revision Date: 29- Dec -2009 Revision Summary No information available HMIS Health 2 Flammability 3 Reactivity 1 Disclaimer For specific information regarding occupational safety and health standards, please refer to the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 29, Part 1910. To the best of our knowledge, the information contained herein is accurate. However, neither the Tnemec Company or any of its subsidiaries assume any liability whatsoever for the accuracy of completeness of the information contained herein. Final determination of suitability of any material is the sole responsibility of the user. All materials may present unknown health hazards and should be used with caution. Although certain hazards are described herein, we cannot guarantee that these are the only hazards which exist. Page 7 ( 7 FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 2 -TCLP SAMPLING PLAN Within a timely manner and upon the accumulation of a substantial amount of waste, TMI will collect samples for submission to a qualified laboratory to determine specific classification for proper disposal in accordance with 40 CFR 260 and 40 CFR 261. TMI provide and test one sample of the interior and one sample for each waste stream of the exterior for TCLP tests. Sampling of the spent abrasive will be done on a random basis. The sampling method will be 'simple random sampling,' where individual piles are collected and combined into one sample. Each combined sample of collected material will be enough to perform multiple tests if necessary. One sample will be collected and tested for each waste stream. All samples taken will be placed in a signed and sealed plastic sampling bag and will be accompanied by a chain of custody form to ensure sample identification. The chain of custody will identify the sample number, location of the sample, the name of the person taking the sample, and the date and time of sampling. The spent abrasive sample is then sent to the lab for TCLP testing on all 8 heavy metals. TMI intends to utilize the following laboratory for this and any other analytical testing: Corrosion Control Consultants and Labs, Inc. 4403 Donker Court Kentwood, MI 49512 -1054 Once the samples are received in the laboratory, the lab will notify that ct3ip 7a w oes t n � o P (}� to the sample and the person receiving the samples will also sign the form The t�l ns+ok§X— %tion ses, construction means or accordance with EPA rules and regulations. ds, coordination of theworl< Fety procedures. comments Once TMI receives the TCLP test results, they will be forwarded to the ngin� Rma dedonotrelieve or rom compliance with wings and specifications. Enc. 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PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 20, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 8A - RIGGING EQUIPMENT The following information describes TMI Coatings, Inc.'s rigging plan for access on the Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Project. TMI will use suspended scaffolds and hoists to complete the elevated aspects of the job. All equipment is OSHA compliant. The hoists to run the suspended scaffolds are regularly maintained by certified mechanics that are trained to repair them. The cable used is 5/16" 6x19 cable with a factory pressed eye. The cables have break strength of 10,540LB. The crew is equipped with harnesses and double lanyards. Use of suspended scaffold will follow the manufacturer's instructions. Inspection of the rigging will be conducted every day it is used, prior to raising. Additionally, TMI certifies and tests motors to a working condition on a periodic basis. Attached are the documentation records for this. When working on the roof, harnesses and lanyards will be used. They will be attached to rope grabs on a safety line. The safety lines are monofilament ropes that have a minimum tensile strength of 7,650LB. Enclosed: Spider Hoist SC1000 -1500 details. Documentation Records for Hoists Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub8A riggingequip REVIEWED Review does not extend to quantities, dimensions, fabrication Processes, construction means or methods, coordination of the work or safety procedures. Comments ❑ FURNISH orcomections made do not relieve AS NOTED Contractor from compliance with the drawings and specifications. ❑ REVISE AND RESUBMIT In M ittfng, Identify revisions ❑ REJECTED Review of this t>ftlbtnft fa expressly limited as provided in the Contract Do=yW is and Is only to determine compliance with Information given In the Contract Documents and conformance with the design concept of the completed pr 6jpct. 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RED TAGGED: YES / NC FOREMAN: - OPBLOC SN: PROBLEM: ?PAIRS: ATE: TIRAC: AIR / ELECTRIC SPIDER: ELECTRIC TMI# r :. l RED TAGGED: YES / NC FOREMAN: OPBLOC SN: PROBLEM: PAIRS: TE: /Z- Z - i o TIRAC: AIR / ELECTRIC SPIDER:(rm)ELECTRIC TivII# (3 3 : RED TAGGED: YES / NC FOREMAN: )PBLOC SN: PRO LEM: 'AIRS: * C�Lcic CE: 12 - 3 - 10 TIRAC: AIR/ ELECTRIC SPIDER: ELECTRIC TIvII# - t4 - 71 S` �1 RED TAGGED: YES / NC FOREMAN: IPBLOC SN: PROBLEM: AIRS: l �, (� 6-c i-- 'E: / TIRAC: AIR/ ELECTRIC SPIDER: ELECTRIC TMI# -IJ RED TAGGED: YES / NC FOREMAN: PBLOC SN: PROBLEM: SIRS chop /cableclimbers - - - 7/ /d -- f .✓ l I ti ti U 0 + V V c° 4J �y rtr ply `Jl Cd iiV "4ci�'I e ^ ' • 1 N • , A � � z, o C' N +„ �1 1 cd?Fy,,F Y : r FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 6- CONTAINMENT The following written plan describes TMI Coatings, Inc.'s containment system for the paint removal on Innsdale Ground Storage Tank Project. The majority of the tank exterior will be completed utilizing a self enclosed vacuum abrasive blasting unit vacuum blaster to remove the existing paint and to provide a profile for the new paint system. TMI will rig our VacuBlaster Portable Shot Blast Machine on the tank for abrasive blasting the tank roof, shell, and knuckle. The VacuBlaster uses the combination of the flat suction seal and the vacuum from the HI -VAC dust collector to keep the machine tight against the wall for a dust free blast. For areas not accessible with the VacuBlaster, TMI will provide shroud systems supported by set in place scaffolding and cables to minimize emissions of abrasive and paint chips generated during surface preparation. Such containments will enclose the work area and will confine the blast debris for collection and disposal and from drifting onto adjacent properties and structures. The containment systems will consist of scaffold towers set up as needed around the areas to be rehabilitated. TMI may utilize wire rope cables and structural lumber to reinforce the scaffolding and to span areas from tower to tower. Shrouds of the containments will be with impermeable tarps, UV stabilized, and weather and solvent resistant. The ground immediately surrounding the tank will be protected with an impervious membrane. This will insure the recovery of spent sandblast grit, paint chips, and any other debris created from the abrasive blast oper and during work. -7 COri�q :-,mmf a ` p� r 5 l em;55.`43 M ❑ REVIEWED Review does not extend to L / quantities, dimensions, fabrication Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub6 containment processes, construction means or met".ods, coordination of the work or safety procedures. Comments FURNISH or corrections made do not relieve AS NOTED Contractor from compliance with Me drawings and specifications_ ❑ REVISE AND In resubmitting, Identify revisions RESUBMIT made. ❑ REJ ECTED Review of this faubtnittai is tY limited as provided in the Contract Dotxnfvt8 and Is only to determine compliance with InfOrtrfation given In the Contract Documents and con%rmsnoe with the design concept of the completed project Review does not affect contract price or ti��� , Date: — i–'-' ( _ r. - - .M The FasterBlaster Cleaning System r Operation, Maintenance &Safety Manual r RBW Enterprises, Inc. 169 Hillwood Circle Newnan, GA 30263 Phone: (770) 251 -8989 Mobile: (770) 757 -4944 System Description (See Photos -page 8: The FasterBlaster System ) and The FasterBlaster is the only blast cleaning mach e of tanks nand cle other structuoresa The vertical surfaces, such as floors, roofs, side FasterBlaster can be converted to either the vertical hra horizo diaeter op diameter fo the internal hour and can be quickly disassembled to fit g cleaning of tanks. Due to the compact design, the unit can clean close to obstructions and bottom sole plates of tanks. This unit can also be used for high speed etching of concrete rpm surfaces. The large 16" diameter centrifugal roduction rates can reach 2000 sq. O ftJ hr. motors. The unit provides a 34" wide b pattern on steel surfaces. Concrete surfaces are processed at much higher rates. t of the In the vertical mode, a Hoist System, mount he Blast Module as ithe r module e and fixture structure being cleaned, raises and lower traverse horizontally. The system can pr the map movement, nt ho st operation, and blast White Metal finishes. The operator cont rol functions from the hand -held Wireless Remote Con acum 1 ose automat •cally deposits the circulated, and cleaned within the Blast Module paint and dust in a 55 gallon drum, located below the portable KleanVac Dust Collector on the ground. When the drum is full, it is easily reind°a�eter an d tank, b ed e 3 h drumsi disposable waste, after cleaning a typical 1 00 depending on paint thickness. This cleaning system eliminates dust emissions and operator safety concerns associated with other cleaning methods. The high cost of blasting, clean -up and disposal is reduced to only a few cents per square foot. General Component Description Blast Module ive 0 H.P. r. Therseparator u rcleans the abrasive and remoeels, an The Blast Module contains two (2) 3 the circulation system and an air -wash separator. paint and dust. The module also incorporates a flexible seal assembly that assures dust free contact with the surface. The Blast Module is protected en internally wh along the it manganese steel variable easily replaceable hard -faced liners. The module is d speed DC gear motors, which rotates two traction tires. All operation functions are controlled by a wireless remote control. Dust Collector Cart The lightweight Dust Collector Cart is usually positioned on the ground and in the center of the the cleaning progresses. unit cleaning path. The operator can pull the unit around the tank as The inch houses the main electrical control panel which feeds power to the FasterBlaster module, and fixture drive. The dust collector incorporates cartridge filters and an automatic pulse type cleaning system. A 2 CFM, g0 PSI air source is required to provide air for pulse cleaning the filters. An air cooling system and water filter is provided to remove water from the 6 fi compressed air. Winch System The Winch System includes two cable drums and a drive arrangement which raises and lowers the FasterBlaster Module assembly. The cable drums are grooved to assure proper tracking of the cable. Two (2) one hundred and twenty five foot (125') cables are provided. The winch system operates at variable speeds from 1 to 20 ft. per minute. The winch assembly is mounted to a driven support fixture, which pivots from the center of the tank and moves horizontally around the tank. Additional Items Supplied with Equipment All electrical wiring between the control panel and the machine components (100') Air line between the control panel and the machine components (100') Power Cable from power source to control panel (200') Vacuum Duct from dust collector to Blast Module ( 100') Field Training (Operation, Safety, Maintenance) Operation, Maintenance and Safety Manual Fixtures Our Tank Fixtures include component parts which bolt together to make equipment supports for cone roof and floating roof tanks. The floating roof fixture rides on the wind girder and is adjustable to cover the majority of girder configurations. Fixtures are also available for internal cleaning. Most of the fixture components and fabrications are made of aluminum to minimize weight. The fixtures are powered and are operated from the hand held remote control on the ground (See The FasterBlaster System- (page 8) for various fixtures). 7 I 11 ■ NO The FasterBlaster System Vertical Cleaning Mode Horizontal Cleaning Mode Powered Fixture 0 to 30' /Min. Travel Speed Hoist System F to 20'/ Min. Travel Speed Hoist Cables (125') - Blast Module (2) 30 HP Blast Wheels 34" Wide Blast Pattern Vacuum Hose (100') — KleanVac Dust Collector 9 Torit Cartridge Filters Automatic Air Pulse System Air Dryer System Blast System Control Panel Deposits Paint and Dust into 55 Gal. drums — Hand Held Remote Control Operates all Functions Wireless Operation Weights & Measures -Blast Module - 1500# (26" wide x 48" long x 45" tall) Hoist System - 6004 (67" long x 36" deep x 18" high) Dust Collector - 12009 (45" wide x 67" long x 80" high) Electrical Requirements 460 v. / 60 hz. / 3 phase 100 amp. - Total Running Load i Tank Fixtures Dome Roof Ta - N' Cone Roof Tank / -; I Floating Roof Tank Floating Roof Tank Internal Cleaning External Cleaning Ship Fixture 1 11110011M it I Operation Requirements 1. 460 volt, 3 phase, 60 cycle, 100 amp. electrical service. A 100KW generator should be used. A large amperage spike is generated when starting the blast wheel motor- A (100 KW minimum) generator is required to provide the starting current. Starter and motor damage may result if a smaller generator is used. 2. Grounding rod for generator. The generator must be properly grounded. Consult the generator manual for grounding instructions. 3. Five (5) CFM @ 80 PSI air supply. 4. Personnel who are trained by an RBW Enterprises field technician for the operation and service of FasterBlaster equipment. 5. All necessary blasting media. Use only quality steel shot ( S -230 to S- 390) and steel grit (G -25 ). Other abrasives may cause extreme wear and machine damage. Do not use hard grit -GH or GL. Do not use S -460 Shot. 6. Observance of all equipment safety labels and precautions expressed in this manual. 7. Compliance with all Federal, State and Local Codes and Regulations. 8. Scheduled maintenance and repair as described in this manual or by RBW Enterprises Field Technician. 9. An inventory of "wearable parts" as outlined in this manual. 10. Fifty Five (55) gal. dust barrels with lids for dust collection refuse. 11. All tools and accessories as listed under Tools and Safety Equipment in this manual. 12. All safety equipment, monitoring devices, personnel training and documentation as required by Federal, State and Local Codes and regulations. 13. Continued employee training to assure that all operators have read and understand the Operation, Maintenance, and Safety Manual. This includes any and all updated information and revisions. 9 FROM: TMI COATINGS. INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 3- CONTACT LIST The following is a list of TMI Coatings, Inc.'s personnel to contact in the event of an emergency. Further listed are TMI's subcontractors for work on the above - referenced project. Project Manager: Scott Salmon Office: 651 - 452 -6100 Cell: 612- 290 -6877 Email: ssalmon(o Superintendent: Fred Arnold Cell: 612 - 616 -4403 Email: Afredaarnold(a,)aol.com Subcontractor: General Construction Services, Inc. David Webb, Construction Manager Office: 651 - 275 -0114 Cell: 715- 760 -0798 Email: dwebb(a gentank.com Subcontractor: Parsons Electric Phone: 651 - 735 -2195 Vp mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub 3 contacts Provi 1 o4 ngmes of 6?4 - 5f0,4 , sd 0? ?:� All 4., �C / 0� , A I I a It d 221 ❑ REVIEWED Review does not extend to quantities, dimensions, fabrication processes, construction means or methods, coordination of the work or safety procedures. Comments ❑ FURNISH or corrections made do not relieve AS NOTED Contractor from compliance with W drawings and specifications. REVISE AND In nsqubff n,, identify revisions RESUBMIT male. ❑ REJECTED Review of this submittal is VVessfy limited as provided In the Contract Documents wW is o t determine contract compliance with Information g Documents and conformance with the design concept of the completed project. Review does not affect contract price or tim ho Hendricks f o /nQ I %nc. B Da te. v_l FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITA - TION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 3- CONTACT LIST The following is a list of TMI Coatings, Inc.'s personnel to contact in the event of an emergency. Further listed are TMI's subcontractors for work on the above - referenced project. Project Manager: Scott Salmon Office: 651 - 452 -6100 Cell: 612 - 290 -6877 Email: ssalmon(c�tmicoatings.com Superintendent: Fred Arnold Cell: 612- 616 -4403 Email: Afredaarnold(a)aol.com Subcontractor: General Construction Services, Inc. David Webb, Construction Manager Office: 651 - 275 -0114 Cell: 715 - 760 -0798 Email: dwebb(a)gentank.com Subcontractor: Parsons Electric Phone: 651 - 735 -2195 Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub 3 contacts FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 3- CONTACT LIST The following is a list of TMI Coatings, Inc.'s personnel to contact in the event of an emergency. Further listed are TMI's subcontractors for work on the above - referenced project. Project Manager: Scott Salmon Office: 651- 452 -6100 Cell: 612- 290 -6877 Email: ssalmonptmicoating Superintendent: Fred Arnold Cell: 612 -616 -4403 Email: Afredaarnold(d�aol.com Subcontractor: General Construction Services, Inc. David Webb, Construction Manager Office: 651 - 275 -0114 Cell: 715- 760 -0798 Email: dwebb(a)gentank.com Subcontractor: Parsons Electric Phone: 651 - 735 -2195 Vp:nnydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub 3 contacts FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 3- CONTACT LIST The following is a list of TMI Coatings, Inc.'s personnel to contact in the event of an emergency. Further listed are TMI's subcontractors for work on the above - referenced project. Project Manager: Scott Salmon Office: 651 - 452 -6100 Cell: 612 - 290 -6877 Email: ssalmon(cDtmicoatings . com Superintendent: Fred Arnold Cell: 612 - 616 -4403 Email: Afredaarnold(rDaol.com Subcontractor: General Construction Services, Inc. David Webb, Construction Manager Office: 651 - 275 -0114 Cell: 715 - 760 -0798 Email: dwebb(a,gentank.com Subcontractor: Parsons Electric Phone: 651 - 735 -2195 Vp:mydocuments /tmij /5269 Sub 3 contacts FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 3- CONTACT LIST The following is a list of TMI Coatings, Inc.'s personnel to contact in the event of an emergency. Further listed are TMI's subcontractors for work on the above - referenced project. Project Manager: Scott Salmon Office: 651 - 452 -6100 Cell: 612 - 290 -6877 Email: ssalmongtmicoatings.com Superintendent: Fred Arnold Cell: 612 - 616 -4403 Email: Afredaarnoldna aol.com Subcontractor: General Construction Services, Inc. David Webb, Construction Manager Office: 651 - 275 -0114 Cell: 715 -760 -0798 Email: dwebb @gentank.com Subcontractor: Parsons Electric Phone: 651 - 735 -2195 Vp:myoocuments /tnnij /5269 Sub 3 contacts FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 11, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 3- CONTACT LIST The following is a list of TMI Coatings, Inc.'s personnel to contact in the event of an emergency. Further listed are TMI's subcontractors for work on the above - referenced project. Project Manager: Scott Salmon Office: 651 - 452 -6100 Cell: 612 - 290 -6877 Email: ssalmon(a)tmicoatings.com Superintendent: Fred Arnold Cell: 612- 616 -4403 Email: Afredaarnold(aD-aol.com Subcontractor: General Construction Services, Inc. David Webb, Construction Manager Office: 651 - 275 -0114 Cell: 715- 760 -0798 Email: dwebb(d.gentank.com Subcontractor: Parsons Electric Phone: 651 - 735 -2195 Vp:mydocunnents /tmij /5269 Sub 3 contacts FROM: TMI COATINGS, INC. 3291 TERMINAL DRIVE ST. PAUL, MN 55121 DATE: APRIL 18, 2011 REFERENCE: CITY OF COTTAGE GROVE, MINNESOTA; INNSDALE GROUND STORAGE TANK REHABILITATION TMI JOB NO 11 -5269 SUBMITTAL: 1A -PAINT SYSTEMS Following is TMI Coatings, Inc.'s proposed painting systems for the above - referenced project. EXTERIOR — SHERWIN WILLIAMS Prime Coat Macropoxy 646 PW -Light Blue Intermediate Macropoxy 646 -Mill White Finish Coat Hi- Solids Polyurethane - Tnemec Color 78GN Cumulus Thinner /Reducer R7K15 and R7K69 INTERIOR (WET & VAULT AREAS) — SHERWIN WILLIAMS Prime Coat Macropoxy 646 PW -Light Blue q REVIEWED Review does not extend to Intermediate Macropoxy 646 PW -Mill White quantities, dimensions, fabrication processes, construction means or methods, coordination of the work T of safety procedures. Comments Thinner/Reducer R7K15 ❑ FURNISH or corrections made do not relieve AS NOTED Contractor from compliance with the drawings and specifications. Enclosed: Product data sheets & MSDS for each product Vp:mydocuments /tmij /submittal 1A - paintsystems ❑ REVISE AND RESUBMIT area, Identify revisions ❑ REJECTED Review of this submittal Is eotpfesely limited as provided In the Contract Documents and Is only to determine compliance with Information given In the Contract Documents and conformance with the design concept of the comploted project. Review does not affect contract price or time. Short endrickson Inc Date: _,_ Protective Classified AC RO FOXY® 646 PW Dunking Wacer AW F6 ponent POTABLE WATER EPDXY Marine Mar ine Water QUality PART A B58WX610 MILL WHITE Coatings PART A PART B B58LX600 B58VX600 LIGHT BLUE HARDENER ASTM D5894, 36 PART B B58VX605 OAP HARDENER D714 for blistering; PRODUCT I NFORMATION j hours 4561 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION MACROPDXY 646 PW EPDXY is a high solids, high build, fast drying, polyamide epoxy classified by UL toANSI /NSF 61 as a tank lining for potable water storage tanks. The high solids content ensures adequate protection of sharp edges, corners, and welds. B58VX605 Hardener contains Opti- Check OAP pigment technology for rapid holiday detection with safe blue light inspection lamps. Low VOC Low odor Outstanding application properties PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS Finish: Semi -Gloss Color: Mill White and Light Blue Volume Solids: 72 %± 2 %, mixed Weight Solids: 85% ± 2 %, mixed VOC (EPA Method 24): Unreduced: <250 g /L; 2.08 lb/gal mixed Reduced 10 %: <300 g /L; 2.50 lb/gal Mix Ratio: 1:1 by volume RECOMMENDED US Potable Water Tank Restrictions Water Contact Temp: 23 °C Standard Cure; Tanks — 1,500 gal: 2 cts Standard Cure Pipe >= 49.2" Forced Cure; yanks >= 100 gal: 2 cts Forced Cure, Pipe >= 15 "; 2 cts Forced Cure; Maximum DFT 6 mils /ct, 2 cts • Conforms toAWWA D102 -03 ICS #1, #2, and #5, and OCS #5 * ** • Meets or exceeds the performance requirements of SSPC Paint Spec 22 ** *Refer to respective systems PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS Substrate *: Steel Surface Preparation *: SSPC- SP10 /NACE 2 System Tested *: 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW Fast Cure @ 6.0 mils (150 microns) dft *unless otherwise noted below Test Name Test Method Results Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Standard AWWA Min. Max. Min. Max. 1 mi Is (microns) 7.0175 13.5340 4.2105 8.3208 (mils (microns) 5.0 125 10* 250* 3.0 75 6.0* 150 overage sq ft/gal (m /L) 1162.8 2325.6 1924.7 3849.4 �oretical coverage sq ft/ 1152 (28.2) (M2 /L) @ 1 mil/25 micron dft NOTE: Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to achieve maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance. Drying Schedule nn 7.0 mils wet (175 microns): @ 40 °F /4.5 - C @ 77 °F /25 - C @ 100 °F /38 °C 50% RH To touch: 4 -5 hours 2 hours 1.5 hours To handle: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours To recoat: minimum: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours maximum: 1 year 1 year 1 year Cure for immersion: 14 days 7 days 4 days lfmaximum recoat time is exceeded, abrade surface before recoating. Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent. Pot Life: 10 hours 4 hours 2 hours Sweat -in -Time: 30 minutes 30 minutes 15 minutes For Potable Water Service, allow a minimum cure time of 7 days at 77 °F Shelf Life: 36 months, unopened Store indoors at 40 °F (4.5 °C) to 100 °F (38 °C). Flash Point: 91 *F (33 °C), TCC, mixed Reducer /Clean Up: Reducer R7K15 Abrasion ASTM D4060, CS 17 wheel, 1000 84 mg loss Resistance cycles, 1 kg load Adhesion ASTM D4541 1,037 psi ASTM D5894, 36 Rating 10 per ASTM Corrosion cycles, 12,000 D714 for blistering; Weathering' j hours Rating 9 perASTM D610 per rusting Direct Impact i ASTM D2794 30 in. lb. Resistance Dry Heat Resistance ASTM D2485 250 °F (121 °C) Flexibility ASTM D522, 180° Passes bend, 3/4" mandrel Humidity ASTM D4585, 6000 No blistering, Resistance hours cracking or rusting Rating 10 per ASTM Immersion 5 year potable D610 for Rusting; water Rating 10 per ASTM D714 for Blistering 18 months fresh Passes, no rusting, Immersion and salt water blistering, or loss of adhesion Pencil Hardness ASTM D3363 3H Water Vapor ASTM D1653, 1.16 grains /day Permeance Method B Epoxy coatings may darken or discolor following application and curing. Footnotes: ' Zinc Clad 11 Plus Primer 2 Galvapac✓2 cts Macropoxy 646 PW www.sherwin - williams.com /protective continued on back Protective Classic d M A C R O P O XY® 646 PW Sysl m Canponenf Crink Water QL ANS SF 61 POTABLE WATER EPDXY Marine Water Quality PART A B58WX610 MILL WHITE Coatings PART A PART B B58LX600 B58VX600 LIGHT BLUE HARDENER Surface Preparation Standards PART B B58VX605 OAP HARDENER (75) PRODUCT I NFORMATION (125) 4.56 SURFACE PREPARATION Surface must be clean dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed surface prepara- tion information. Minimum recommended surface preparation: Iron & Steel Atmospheric: SSPC -SP2 /3 Immersion: SSPC -SP10 /NACE 2, 2 -3 mil (50 -75 micron) profile Concrete & Masonry RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS Dry Film Thickness / ct. Mils (Microns Immersion, Steel: or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3 *AWWA D102 -03: Inside Coating System No. 1 Surface Preparation Standards minimum AWWA 8.0 (200) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 3.0 (75) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 5.0 (125) *AWWA D102 -03: Inside Coating System No. 2 BS7079:A1 minimum AWWA 12.0 (300) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 3.0 (75) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 4.0 (100) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 5.0 (125) *AWWA D102 -03: Inside Coating System No. 3 SP 10 2 minimum AWWA 10.0 (250) 1 ct. Zinc Clad II LV or Plus 2.0 (50) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 3.0 (75) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 5.0 (125) *AWWA D102 -03: Inside Coating System No. 5 C St 2 D St 2 minimum AWWA 10.0 (250) 1 ct. Corothane I Galvapac 2.0 (50) 2 cis. Macropoxy 646 PW 4.0 (100) Steel, forced cure (100 gallon minimum tank size or 15" or greater pipe diameter): 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 PW 5.0 -6.0 (125 -150) - 12 mils maximum film thickness -Curing requirements -Flash 2 hours @ 75 °F (24 °C) •24 hours @ 150 °F (66 °C) •24 hours @ 75 °F (24 °C) Atmospheric, Steel: *AWWA D102 -03: Outside Coating System No. 5 minimum 6.0 (150) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 2.0 (50) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 2.0 (50) 1 ct. Acrolon 218HS 2.0 (50) *AWWA D102 -03: Outside Coating System No. 6 minimum 6.0 (150) 1 ct. Corothane I GalvaPac PW 2.0 (50) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 PW 2.0 (50) 1 ct. Acrolon 218HS 2.0 (50) Concrete /Masonry, smooth: 2 cts.Macropoxy 646 PW 3.0 -6.0 (75 -150) Refer to UL.com for maximum dit restrictions The systems listed above are representative of the product's use, other systems may be appropriate. DISCLAIMER The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin- Williams Company. Such information and recommendations setforth herein are subject to change and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin - Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and Application Bulletin. SURFACE PREPARATION Surface must be clean dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed surface prepara- tion information. Minimum recommended surface preparation: Iron & Steel Atmospheric: SSPC -SP2 /3 Immersion: SSPC -SP10 /NACE 2, 2 -3 mil (50 -75 micron) profile Concrete & Masonry Immersion: SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6 -4.3.1 or 4.3.2, or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3 Surface Preparation Standards Condition of ISO 8601.1 Swedish Std. Surface BS7079:A1 SIS055900 SSPC NACE White Metal Sa 3 Sa 3 SP 5 1 Near White Metal Sa 2.5 Sa 2.5 SP 10 2 Commercial Blast Sa 2 Sa 2 SP 6 3 Brush -Off Blast Sa 1 Sal SP 7 4 Hand Tool Cleaning Rusted Pilted & Rusted C St 2 D St 2 C St 2 D St 2 SP 2 - SP 2 Power Tool Cleaning Rusted Pitted & Rusted C St 3 D St 3 C St 3 D St 3 SP 3 SP 3 TINTING Do not Tint. APPLICATION CONDITIONS Temperature: 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum, 110 °F (43 °C) maximum (air, surface, and material) At least 5 °F (2.8`C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed application infor- mation. ORDERING INFORMATION Packaging: Part A: 1 gallon (3.78L) and 5 gallon (18.9L) containers Part B: 1 gallon (3.78L) and 5 gallon (18.9L) containers Weight: 12.7 ± 0.2 lb/gal ; 1.5 Kg /L mixed, may vary by color SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Contact your Sherwin - Williams representative for additional technical data and instructions. WARRANTY The Sherwin - Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufactur- ing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin- Williams quality control procedures. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the defec- tive product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as determined by Sherwin- Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN- WILLIAMS. EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- CHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective Protective Classified ILIA BOXY® 646 PW Dnnkirg Water U AJGM Fo6tponenl POTABLE WATER EPDXY Marine Water Quality PART A B58WX610 MILL WHITE Coatings PART A PART B B58LX600 B58VX600 LIGHT BLUE HARDENER Reduction .......................As PART B B58VX605 OAP HARDENER APPLICATION BULLETIN 4.56 SURFACE PREPARATIONS Surface must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure adequate adhesion. Carbon Steel, Immersion Service: Clean and degrease the surface prior to abrasive blasting per SSPC -SP 1 Solvent Cleaning. Methods described in SSPC -SP 1 include solvents, alkali, detergent/water, emulsions, and steam. The surface shall be abra- sive blasted to SSPC -SP10 /NACE No. 2 Near -White Blast Cleaning with a 2 -3 mil (50 -75 micron) profile. The anchor pattern shall be sharp with no evidence of a polished surface. The finished surface shall be free of all visible oil, grease, dust, dirt, mill scale, rust, coating, oxides, corrosion products, and other foreign matter with no more than 5% staining. After blasting, all dust and loose residue should be removed from the surface by acceptable means. Coat steel the same day as it is prepared and prior to the formation of rust. Iron & Steel, Atmospheric Service: Minimum surface preparation is Hand Tool Clean per SSPC -SP2. Remove all oil and grease from surface by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC -SP1. For better performance, use Commercial Blast Cleaning per SSPC -SP6 /NACE 3, blast clean all surfaces using a sharp, angular abrasive for optimum surface profile (2 mils / 50 microns). Prime any bare steel within 8 hours or before flash rusting occurs. Ductile Iron, Immersion Service: Refer to National Association of Pipe Fabricators Surface Preparations Standard NAPF 500 -03 as follows: a. NAPF 500 -03 -01 "Solvent Cleaning" b. NAPF 500 -03 -02 "Hand Tool Cleaning" c. NAPF 500 -03 -03 "Power Tool Cleaning" d. NAPF 500 -03 -04 "Abrasive Blast Cleaning of Ductile Iron Pipe ". Concrete and Masonry For surface preparation, refer to SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3. Surfaces should be thoroughly clean and dry. Concrete and mortar must be cured at least 28 days @ 75 °F (24 °C). Remove all loose mortar and foreign material. Surface must be free of laitance, concrete dust, dirt, form release agents, moisture curing membranes, loose cement and hardeners. Fill bug holes, air pockets and other voids with Steel -Seam FT910. Follow the standard methods listed below when applicable: ASTM D4258 Standard Practice for Cleaning Concrete. ASTM D4259 Standard Practice for Abrading Concrete. ASTM D4260 Standard Practice for Etching Concrete. ASTM F1869 Standard Test Method for Measuring Moisture Vapor Emis- sion Rate of Concrete. SSPC -SP 13 /Nace 6 Surface Preparation of Concrete. ICRI No. 310.2 Concrete Surface Preparation. Concrete, Immersion Service: For surface preparation, refer to SSPC -SP13 /NACE 6, Section 4.3.1 or 1.3.2 or ICRI No. 310.2, CSP 1 -3. Previously Painted Surfaces: If in sound condition, clean the surface of all foreign material. Scarify the surface to create the desired surface profile. Apply coatings on a test area, allowing paint to dry one week before testing adhesion. If adhesion is poor, or if this product attacks the previous finish, removal of the previ- ous coating may be necessary. Surface Preparation Standards Condition of ISO 8501 -1 Swedish Std. Surface BS7079:A1 SIS055900 SSPC NACE While Metal Sa 3 Sa 3 SP 5 1 Near white Metal Sa 2.5 Sa 2.5 SP 10 2 Commercial Blast Sa 2 Sa 2 SP 6 3 Brush -Off Blast Sa 1 Sa 1 SP 7 4 Hand Tool Cleaning Rusted C St 2 C St 2 SP 2 - Pitted & Rusted D St 2 D St 2 SP 2 Power Tool Cleaning Rusted C St 3 C St 3 SP 3 Pitted & Rusted D St 3 D St 3 SP 3 APPLICATION CON DITION S Temperature: 40 °F (4.5 °C) minimum, 110 °F (43 °C) maximum (air, surface, and material) At least 5 °F (2.8 °C) above dew point Relative humidity: 85% maximum APPLICATION EQUIPMENT The following is a guide. Changes in pressures and tip sizes may be needed for proper spray characteristics. Always purge spray equipment before use with listed reducer. Any reduction must be compliant with existing VOC regulations and compatible with the existing environmental and application conditions. Reducer /Clean Up ...........Reducer R7K15 Airless Spray Pump. ............................. 30:1 Pressure .........................2800 - 3000 psi Hose .... ...........................1 /4" ID Tip ........ ...........................017" - .023" Filter .. .............................60 mesh Reduction .......................As needed up to 10% by volume Brush Brush .............. ................Nylon /Polyester or Natural Bristle Reduction .......................As needed up to 10% by volume Roller Cover .. ...........................3/8" woven with solvent resistant core Reduction .......................As needed up to 10% by volume Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Standard AWWA Wet miis (microns): 7.0 (175) - 13.5 (340) 4.2 (105) - 8.3 (208) Dry mils (microns): 5.0 (125) - 10.0" (250) 3.0 (75)- 6.0` (150) Coverage: 116 (2.8) - 232 (5.6) 192 (4.7) - 384 (9.4) sq ft/gal (M2 /L) `See recommended systems on Product Information page If specific application equipment is not listed above, equivalent equipment may be substituted. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective continued on back Protective Classified ■VY■ Drinking Water system Component ANSIMSF 61 3JGH w2r@r Quality Marine Coatings • PART A B58WX610 MILL WHITE PART A B58LX600 LIGHT BLUE PART B B58VX600 HARDENER PART B B58VX605 OAP HARDENER APPLICATION BULLETIN APPLICATION PROCEDURES Surface preparation must be completed as indicated Mix contents of each component thoroughly with low speed power agitation. Make certain no pigment remains on the bot- tom of the can. Then combine one part by volume of Part A with one part by volume of Part B. Thoroughly agitate the mixture with power agitation. Allow the material to sweat -in as indicated prior to application. Re -stir before using. If reducer solvent is used, add only after both components have been thoroughly mixed, after sweat -in. Apply paint at the recommended film thickness and spreading rate as Indicated below: Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Standard AWWA Min. Max. Min. Max. rt mils (microns) 7.0175 13.5340 4.2105 8.320 ✓ mils (microns) 5.0 125 10"250' 3.075 6.0" 15 overage sq ft/gal (M2 /L) 116 2.8 2325.6 1924.7 3849.' :orefical coverage sq ft/ 1152 (28.2) (m @ 1 miV25 micron dft NOTE: Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to achieve maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance. Drying Schedule rn 7.0 mils wet (175 microns): @ 40 °F /4.5 °C @ 77 F /25 - C @ 100 °F /38 °C 50% RH To touch: 4 -5 hours 2 hours 1.5 hours To handle: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours To recoat: minimum: 48 hours 8 hours 4.5 hours maximum: 1 year 1 year 1 year Cure for immersion: 14 days 7 days 4 days If maximum recoat time is exceeded, abrade surface before recoating. Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent. Pot Life: 10 hours 4 hours 2 hours Sweat -in -Time: 30 minutes 30 minutes 15 minutes =or Potable Water Service, allow a minimum cure time of 7 days at 77 °F Application of coating above maximum or below minimum recommended spreading rate may adversely affect coating performance. CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS Clean spills and spatters immediately with Reducer R7K15. Clean tools immediately after use with Reducer R7K15. DISCLAIMER The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin - Williams Company. Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin - Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and Application Bulletin. PERFORMANCE TIPS Stripe coat all crevices, welds, and sharp angles to prevent early failure in these areas. When using spray application, use a 50% overlap with each pass of the gun to avoid holidays, bare areas, and pinholes. If necessary, cross spray at a right angle Spreading rates are calculated on volume solids and do not include an application loss factor due to surface profile, rough- ness or porosity of the surface, skill and technique of the applica- tor, method of application, various surface irregularities, material lost during mixing, spillage, over thinning, climatic conditions, and excessive film build. Excessive reduction of material can affect film build, appear- ance, adhesion and UL ANSI/ NSF 61 approval. Do not mix previously catalyzed material with new. Do not apply the material beyond recommended pot life. In order to avoid blockage of spray equipment, clean equipment before use or before periods of extended downtime with Reducer R7K15. Tinting is not recommended for immersion service. Quik -Kick Epoxy Accelerator is acceptable for atmospheric use. Do not use Quik -Kick Epoxy Accelerator for immersion ser -vice when UL certification is required. Insufficient ventilation, incomplete mixing, miscatalyzation, and external heaters may cause premature yellowing. Excessive film build, poor ventilation, and cool temperatures may cause solvent entrapment and premature coating failure. For Immersion Service: (if required) Holiday test in accordance with ASTM D5162 for steel, or ASTM D4787 for concrete. Refer to Product Information sheet for additional performance characteristics and properties. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Contact your Sherwin - Williams representative for additional technical data and instructions. WARRANTY The Sherwin - Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufacturing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin- Williams quality control procedures. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the de- fective product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as determined by Sherwin - Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN- WILLIAMS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. www.sherwin- williams.com /protective Vickie Perrier From: Scott Salmon Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 4:18 PM To: Vickie Perrier Subject: FW: City of Cottage Grove - Revised Paint Submittal Attachments: 2011.04.15.PDF h ,:b 2011.04.15. P D F (36 KB) Please send on Monday. Note, Macropoxy PW has separate data sheet from Macropoxy. Scott Salmon - - - -- Original Message---- - From: Scott Salmon Sent: Friday, April 15, 2011 4:00 PM To: 'Doug Klamerus' Cc: 'Dan Zienty' Subject: City of Cottage Grove - Revised Paint Submittal Doug, Attached is the revised paint submittal for the City of Cottage Grove, MN Innsdale Storage Tank. Originals, with attachments will follow by mail. If you have any questions please contact me. Scott Salmon TMI Coatings, Inc. (651) 452 -6100 1 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET B58WX610 0500 DATE OF PREPARATION Nov 30, 2010 SECTION 1 —PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NUMBER B58WX610 PRODUCT NAME MACROPDXYO 646 PW Potable Water Epoxy (Part A), Mill White MANUFACTURER'S NAME THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS COMPANY 101 Prospect Avenue N.W. Cleveland, OH 44115 Tele hone Numbers and Websites Product Information www.sherwin - williams.com Regulatory Information (216) 566 -2902 www.paintdoc_.com Medical Emergency 216 566 -2917 Transportation Emergency* 800 424 -9300 for Chemical Emergency ONLY (spill, leak, fire, exposure, or accident SECTION 2 — COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS % by Weight CAS Number Ingredient Units Vapor Pressure 3 100 -41 -4 Ethylbenzene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 7.1 mm ACGIH TLV 125 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 125 PPM STEL 14 1330 -20 -7 Xylene 3' ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 5.9 mm ACGIH TLV 150 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 150 PPM STEL 10 68410 -23 -1 Polyamide ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 14807 -96 -6 Talc ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL 35 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide ACGIH TLV OSHA PEL OSHA PEL 2 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust 2 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust 10 mg /m3 as Dust 10 mg /m3 Total Dust 5 mg /m3 Respirable Fraction SECTION 3 — HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE INHALATION of vapor or spray mist. EYE or SKIN contact with the product, vapor or spray mist. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE EYES: Irritation. SKIN: Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause irritation. INHALATION: Irritation of the upper respiratory system. HMIS Codes Health 3' Flammability 3 Reactivity 0 May cause nervous system depression. Extreme overexposure may result in unconsciousness and possibly death. Prolonged overexposure to hazardous ingredients in Section 2 may cause adverse chronic effects to the following organs or systems: • the liver • the urinary system • the reproductive system page 1 of 4 B58WX610 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE Headache, dizziness, nausea, and loss of coordination are indications of excessive exposure to vapors or spray mists. Redness and itching or burning sensation may indicate eye or excessive skin exposure. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE May cause allergic skin reaction in susceptible persons or skin sensitization. CANCER INFORMATION For complete discussion of toxicology data refer to Section 11. SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES EYES: Flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Gel medical attention. SKIN: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re -use. INHALATION: If affected, remove from exposure. Restore breathing. Keep warm and quiet. INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT LEL UEL FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION 85 °F PMCC 1.0 7.0 RED LABEL -- Flammable, Flash below 100 °F (38 °C) EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Application to hot surfaces requires special precautions. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately apparent. Obtain medical attention. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES Full protective equipment including self- contained breathing apparatus should be used. Water spray may be ineffective. If water is used, fog nozzles are preferable. Water may be used to cool closed containers to prevent pressure build -up and possible autoignition or explosion when exposed to extreme heat. SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Remove with inert absorbent. SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE STORAGE CATEGORY DOL Storage Class IC PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE Contents are FLAMMABLE. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. During use and until all vapors are gone: Keep area ventilated - Do not smoke - Extinguish all flames, pilot lights, and heaters - Turn off stoves, electric tools and appliances, and any other sources of ignition. Consult NFPA Code. Use approved Bonding and Grounding procedures. Keep container closed when not in use. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children. SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS /PERSONAL PROTECTION PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN USE Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor and spray mist. Wash hands after using. This coating may contain materials classified as nuisance particulates (listed "as Dust' in Section 2) which may be present at hazardous levels only during sanding or abrading of the dried film. If no specific dusts are listed in Section 2, the applicable limits for nuisance dusts are ACGIH TLV 10 mg /m3 (total dust), 3 mg /m3 (respirable fraction), OSHA PEL 15 mg /m3 (total dust), 5 mg /m3 (respirable fraction). VENTILATION Local exhaust preferable. General exhaust acceptable if the exposure to materials in Section 2 is maintained below applicable exposure limits. Refer to OSHA Standards 1910.94, 1910.107, 1910.108. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION If personal exposure cannot be controlled below applicable limits by ventilation approved by NIOSH /MSHA for protection against materials in Section 2. When sanding or abrading the dried film, wear a dust/mist respirator approved product, underlying paint, or the abrasive. wear a properly fitted organic vapor /particulate respirator by NIOSH /MSHA for dust which may be generated from this page 2 of 4 B58WX610 PROTECTIVE GLOVES Wear gloves which are recommended by glove supplier for protection against materials in Section 2. EYE PROTECTION Wear safety spectacles with unperforated sideshields. OTHER PRECAUTIONS This product must be mixed with other components before use. Before opening the packages, READ AND FOLLOW WARNING LABELS ON ALL COMPONENTS. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES PRODUCT WEIGHT SPECIFIC GRAVITY BOILING POINT MELTING POINT VOLATILE VOLUME EVAPORATION RATE VAPOR DENSITY SOLUBILITY IN WATER VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC Th 2.09 lb/gal 251 g/I 2.09 lb/gal 251 g/I 12.41 Ib /gal 1487 g/I 1.49 277 - 292 °F 136 - 144 °C Not Available 29% Slower than ether Heavier than air N.A. eoretical - As Packaged) Less Water and Federally Exempt Solvents Emitted VOC SECTION 10 -STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY— Stable CONDITIONS TO AVOID None known. INCOMPATIBILITY None known. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS By fire: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION Will not occur SECTION 11 -TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Ethylbenzene is classified by IARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans (28) based on inadequate evidence in humans and sufficient evidence in laboratory animals. Lifetime inhalation exposure of rats and mice to high ethylbenzene concentrations resulted in increases in certain types of cancer, including kidney tumors in rats and lung and liver tumors in mice. These effects were not observed in animals exposed to lower concentrations. There is no evidence that ethylbenzene causes cancer in humans. IARC's Monograph No. 93 reports there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental rats exposed to titanium dioxide but inadequate evidence for carcinogenicity in humans and has assigned a Group 2B rating. In addition, the IARC summary concludes, "No significant exposure to titanium dioxide is thought to occur during the use of products in which titanium is bound to other materials, such as paint." TOXICOLOGY DATA CAS No. Ingredient Name 100 -41 -4 Ethylbenzene LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 3500 mq /kq 1330 -20 -7 Xylene LC50 RAT 4HR 5000 ppm LD50 RAT 4300 mg /kg 68410 -23 -1 Polyamide LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 8000. mq /kq 14807.96.6 Talc 13463.67 -7 Titanium Dioxide LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available page 3 of 4 B58WX610 SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261 . Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 -TRANSPORT INFORMATION US Ground (DOT) 1 Gallon and Less may be Classed as CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM -D Larger Containers are Regulated as: UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Ethyl benzene 1000 lb RQ Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): RID, UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG 111, (XYLENES (ISOMERS AND MIXTURE)), (ERG #128) Canada (TDG) UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG 111, LIMITED QUANTITY, (ERG #128) IMO UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG 111, (29 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (DIE) SECTION 15- REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION CAS No. ICHEMI CAL /COMPOUND % by WT 100 -41 -4 1 Eth (benzene 13 1330 -20 -7 jXylene 114 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. TSCA CERTIFICATION All chemicals in this product are listed, or are exempt from listing, on the TSCA Inventory. SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Canadian Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR. The above Information pertains to this product as currently formulated, and is based on the information available at this lime. Addition of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since conditions of use are outside our control, we make no warranties, express or Implied, and assume no liability In connection with any use of this Information. page 4 of 4 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET B58LX600 0500 DATE OF PREPARATION Apr 1, 2011 SECTION 1 —PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NUMBER B58LX600 PRODUCT NAME MACROPDXY® 646 PW Potable Water Epoxy (Part A), Light Blue MANUFACTURER'S NAME THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS COMPANY 101 Prospect Avenue N.W. Cleveland, OH 44115 Telephone Numbers and Websites Product Information www.sherwin- williams.com Regulatory Information (216) 566 -2902 www. aintdocs.com Medical Emergency 216 566 -2917 Transportation Emergency* 800 424 -9300 for Chemical Emergency ONLY (spill, leak, fire, exposure, or accident SECTION 2 — COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS % by Weight CAS Number Ingredient Units Vapor Pressure 3 100 -41 -4 Ethylbenzene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 7.1 mm ACGIH TLV 125 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 125 PPM STEL 16 1330 -20 -7 Xylene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 5.9 mm ACGIH TLV 150 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 150 PPM STEL 1 90 -72 -2 Tri(dimethylaminomethyl)phenol ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 11 68410 -23 -1 Polyamide ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 9 14807 -96 -6 Talc ACGIH TLV 2 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust OSHA PEL 2 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust 17 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide ACGIH TLV 10 mg 1m3 as Dust OSHA PEL 10 mg /m3 Total Dust OSHA PEL 5 mg /m3 Respirable Fraction SECTION 3 — HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE INHALATION of vapor or spray mist. EYE or SKIN contact with the product, vapor or spray mist. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE EYES: Causes burns. SKIN: Causes burns. INHALATION: Causes burns of the upper respiratory system. HMIS Codes Health 3' Flammability 3 Reactivity 0 May cause nervous system depression. Extreme overexposure may result in unconsciousness and possibly death. Prolonged overexposure to hazardous ingredients in Section 2 may cause adverse chronic effects to the following organs or systems: • the liver page 1 of 5 B58LX600 • the urinary system • the reproductive system SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE Headache, dizziness, nausea, and loss of coordination are indications of excessive exposure to vapors or spray mists. Redness and itching or burning sensation may indicate eye or excessive skin exposure. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE May cause allergic skin reaction in susceptible persons or skin sensitization. CANCER INFORMATION For complete discussion of toxicology data refer to Section 11. SECTION 4- FIRST AID MEASURES EYES: Flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention IMMEDIATELY. SKIN: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation persists or occurs later, get medical attention. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re -use. INHALATION: If affected, remove from exposure. Restore breathing. Keep warm and quiet. INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT LEL UEL FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION 85'F PMCC 1.0 7.0 RED LABEL -- Flammable, Flash below 100 °F (38 °C) EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Application to hot surfaces requires special precautions. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately apparent. Obtain medical attention. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES Full protective equipment including self- contained breathing apparatus should be used. Water spray may be ineffective. If water is used, fog nozzles are preferable. Water may be used to cool closed containers to prevent pressure build -up and possible autoignition or explosion when exposed to extreme heat. SECTION 6 -ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Remove with inert absorbent. SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE STORAGE CATEGORY DOL Storage Class IC PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE Contents are FLAMMABLE. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. During use and until all vapors are gone: Keep area ventilated - Do not smoke - Extinguish all flames, pilot lights, and heaters - Turn off stoves, electric tools and appliances, and any other sources of ignition. Consult NFPA Code. Use approved Bonding and Grounding procedures. Keep container closed when not in use. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children. SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS /PERSONAL PROTECTION PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN USE Use only with adequate ventilation. Do not get in eyes, or on skin or clothing. Do not breathe vapor or spray mist. Wash hands after using. This coating may contain materials classified as nuisance particulates (listed "as Dust' in Section 2) which may be present at hazardous levels only during sanding or abrading of the dried film. If no specific dusts are listed in Section 2, the applicable limits for nuisance dusts are ACGIH TLV 10 mg /m3 (total dust), 3 mg /m3 (respirable fraction), OSHA PEL 15 mg /m3 (total dust), 5 mg /m3 (respirable fraction). VENTILATION Local exhaust preferable. General exhaust acceptable if the exposure to materials in Section 2 is maintained below applicable exposure limits. Refer to OSHA Standards 1910.94, 1910.107, 1910.108. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION If personal exposure cannot be controlled below applicable limits by ventilation, wear a properly fitted organic vapor /particulate respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for protection against materials in Section 2. page 2 of 5 B58LX600 When sanding or abrading the dried film, wear a dust/mist respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for dust which may be generated from this product, underlying paint, or the abrasive. PROTECTIVE GLOVES To prevent skin contact, wear gloves which are recommended by glove supplier for protection against materials in Section 2, EYE PROTECTION To prevent eye contact, wear safety spectacles with unperforated sideshields. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Use barrier cream on exposed skin. OTHER PRECAUTIONS This product must be mixed with other components before use. Before opening the packages, READ AND FOLLOW WARNING LABELS ON ALL COMPONENTS. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES PRODUCT WEIGHT SPECIFIC GRAVITY BOILING POINT MELTING POINT VOLATILE VOLUME EVAPORATION RATE VAPOR DENSITY 11.58 lb/gal 1387 g/I 1.39 277 - 292 °F 136 -144 °C Not Available 29% Slower than ether Heavier than air SOLUBILITY IN WATER N.A. VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC Theoretical - As Packaged) 2.11 lb/gal 253 g/I Less Water and Federally Exempt Solvents 2.11 lb/gal 253 g/I Emitted VOC SECTION 10 -STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY — Stable CONDITIONS TO AVOID None known. INCOMPATIBILITY None known. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS By fire: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION Will not occur SECTION 11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Ethylbenzene is classified by IARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans (213) based on inadequate evidence in humans and sufficient evidence in laboratory animals. Lifetime inhalation exposure of rats and mice to high ethylbenzene concentrations resulted in increases in certain types of cancer, including kidney tumors in rats and lung and liver tumors in mice. These effects were not observed in animals exposed to lower concentrations. There is no evidence that ethylbenzene causes cancer in humans. IARC's Monograph No. 93 reports there is sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in experimental rats exposed to titanium dioxide but inadequate evidence for carcinogenicity in humans and has assigned a Group 2B rating. In addition, the [ARC summary concludes, "No significant exposure to titanium dioxide is thought to occur during the use of products in which titanium is bound to other materials, such as paint." page 3 of 5 B58LX600 TOXICOLOGY DATA CAS No. Ingredient Name 100 -41 -4 Ethylbenzene LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 3500 mq /ka 1330 -20 -7 Xylene SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICO LOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261. Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 -TRANSPORT INFORMATION Multi -modal shipping descriptions are provided for informational purposes and do not consider container sizes. The presence of a shipping description for a particular mode of transport (ocean, air, etc.), does not indicate that the product is packaged suitably for that mode of transport. All packaging must be reviewed for suitability prior to shipment, and compliance with the applicable regulations is the sole responsibility of the person offering the product for transport. US Ground (DOT) 1 Gallon and Less may be Classed as CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM -D Larger Containers are Regulated as: UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG 111, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Ethyl benzene 1000 lb RQ Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): RQ, UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG 111, (XYLENES (ISOMERS AND MIXTURE)), (ERG #128) Canada(TDG) UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG 111, LIMITED QUANTITY, (ERG #128) IMO 1 Gallon (3.78 Liters) and Less may be Shipped as Limited Quantity. UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, (29 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (D /E) IATA /ICAO UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION CAS No. LC50 RAT 4HR 5000 ppm 100 -41 -4 LD50 RAT 13 4300 mg /kg 90 -72 -2 Tri(dimethylaminomethyl)phenol 116 LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 1653 mg /kg 68410 -23 -1 Polyamide LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 8000. mg /kg 14807 -96 -6 Talc LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available 13463 -67 -7 Titanium Dioxide LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICO LOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261. Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 -TRANSPORT INFORMATION Multi -modal shipping descriptions are provided for informational purposes and do not consider container sizes. The presence of a shipping description for a particular mode of transport (ocean, air, etc.), does not indicate that the product is packaged suitably for that mode of transport. All packaging must be reviewed for suitability prior to shipment, and compliance with the applicable regulations is the sole responsibility of the person offering the product for transport. US Ground (DOT) 1 Gallon and Less may be Classed as CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM -D Larger Containers are Regulated as: UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG 111, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Ethyl benzene 1000 lb RQ Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): RQ, UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG 111, (XYLENES (ISOMERS AND MIXTURE)), (ERG #128) Canada(TDG) UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG 111, LIMITED QUANTITY, (ERG #128) IMO 1 Gallon (3.78 Liters) and Less may be Shipped as Limited Quantity. UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, (29 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (D /E) IATA /ICAO UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION CAS No. ICHEMI CAL /COMPOUND % by WT % Element 100 -41 -4 Eth Ibenzene 13 1330 -20 -7 jXylene 116 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. TSCA CERTIFICATION All chemicals in this product are listed, or are exempt from listing, on the TSCA Inventory. page 4 of 5 B58LX600 SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Canadian Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR. The above Information pertains to this product as currently formulated, and Is based on the Information available at this time. Addition of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since conditions of use are outside our control, we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability In connection with any use of this Information. page 5 of 5 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET B58VX600 0300 DATE OF PREPARATION Nov 30, 2010 SECTION 1 — PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCTNUMBER B58VX600 PRODUCT NAME MACROPDXYO 646 PW Potable Water Epoxy (Part B), Hardener MANUFACTURER'S NAME THE SHERWIN - WILLIAMS COMPANY 101 Prospect Avenue N.W. Cleveland, OH 44115 Telephone Numbers and Websites Product Information www.sherwin- williams.com Regulatory Information (216) 566 -2902 www.paintdos.com Medical Emergency 216 566 -2917 Transportation Emergency* 800 424 -9300 for Chemical Emergency ONLY (spill, leak, fire, exposure. or accident SECTION 2 — COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS % by Weight CAS Number Ingredient Units Vapor Pressure 0.3 100 -41-4 Ethylbenzene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 7.1 mm ACGIH TLV 125 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 125 PPM STEL 2 1330 -20 -7 Xylene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 5.9 mm ACGIH TLV 150 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 150 PPM STEL 10 108 -10 -1 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone ACGIH TLV 50 PPM 16 mm ACGIH TLV 75 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 50 PPM OSHA PEL 75 PPM STEL 14 25036 -25 -3 Epoxy Polymer ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 14 25068 -38 -6 Epoxy Polymer ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 58 14808 -60 -7 Quartz ACGIH TLV 0.025 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust OSHA PEL 0.1 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust SECTION 3 — HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE INHALATION of vapor or spray mist. EYE or SKIN contact with the product, vapor or spray mist. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE EYES: Irritation. SKIN: Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause irritation. INHALATION: Irritation of the upper respiratory system. HMIS Codes Health 2' Flammability 3 Reactivitv 0 May cause nervous system depression. Extreme overexposure may result in unconsciousness and possibly death. Prolonged overexposure to hazardous ingredients in Section 2 may cause adverse chronic effects to the following organs or systems: page 1 of 5 B58VX600 • the liver • the urinary system • the reproductive system SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE Headache, dizziness, nausea, and loss of coordination are indications of excessive exposure to vapors or spray mists. Redness and itching or burning sensation may indicate eye or excessive skin exposure. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE May cause allergic skin reaction in susceptible persons or skin sensitization. CANCER INFORMATION For complete discussion of toxicology data refer to Section 11. SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES EYES: Flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention. SKIN: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation persists or occurs later, get medical attention. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re -use. INHALATION: If affected, remove from exposure. Restore breathing. Keep warm and quiet. INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. SECTION '5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES;- FLASH POINT LEL UEL FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION 73 °F PMCC 1.0 7.5 RED LABEL -- Flammable, Flash below 100 °F (38 °C) EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Application to hot surfaces requires special precautions. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately apparent. Obtain medical attention. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES Full protective equipment including self- contained breathing apparatus should be used. Water spray may be ineffective. If water is used, fog nozzles are preferable. Water may be used to cool closed containers to prevent pressure build -up and possible autoignition or explosion when exposed to extreme heat. 'SECTION '6- ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES, STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Remove with inert absorbent. SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE STORAGE CATEGORY DOL Storage Class IC PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE Contents are FLAMMABLE. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. During use and until all vapors are gone: Keep area ventilated - Do not smoke - Extinguish all flames, pilot lights, and heaters - Turn off stoves, electric tools and appliances, and any other sources of ignition. Consult NFPA Code. Use approved Bonding and Grounding procedures. Keep container closed when not in use. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children. SECTION 8 -EXPOSURE CONTROLS /PERSONAL PROTECTION PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN USE Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor and spray mist. Wash hands after using. This coating may contain materials classified as nuisance particulates (listed "as Dust" in Section 2) which may be present at hazardous levels only during sanding or abrading of the dried film. If no specific dusts are listed in Section 2, the applicable limits for nuisance dusts are ACGIH TLV 10 mg /m3 (total dust), 3 mg /m3 (respirable fraction), OSHA PEL 15 mg /m3 (total dust), 5 mg /m3 (respirable fraction). VENTILATION Local exhaust preferable. General exhaust acceptable if the exposure to materials in Section 2 is maintained below applicable exposure limits. Refer to OSHA Standards 1910.94, 1910.107, 1910.108. page 2 of 5 B58VX600 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION If personal exposure cannot be controlled below applicable limits by ventilation, wear a properly fitted organic vapor /particulate respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for protection against materials in Section 2. When sanding or abrading the dried film, wear a dust/mist respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for dust which may be generated from this product, underlying paint, or the abrasive. PROTECTIVE GLOVES Wear gloves which are recommended by glove supplier for protection against materials in Section 2. EYE PROTECTION Wear safety spectacles with unperforated sideshields. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Use of barrier cream on exposed skin is recommended. OTHER PRECAUTIONS This product must be mixed with other components before use. Before opening the packages, READ AND FOLLOW WARNING LABELS ON ALL COMPONENTS. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. SECTION 9- PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL' PROPERTIES PRODUCT WEIGHT SPECIFIC GRAVITY BOILING POINT MELTING POINT VOLATILE VOLUME EVAPORATION RATE VAPOR DENSITY SOLUBILITY IN WATER VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC Th 1.65 lb/gal 198 g/I 1.65 lb/gal 198 g/I 13.46 lb/gal 1612 g/I 1.62 237 - 292 °F 113 - 144 °C Not Available 24% Slower than ether Heavier than air N.A. eoretical - As Packaged) Less Water and Federally Exempt Solvents Emitted VOC SECTION 10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY — Stable CONDITIONS TO AVOID None known. INCOMPATIBILITY None known. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS By fire: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION Will not occur SECTION It'-. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Ethylbenzene is classified by IARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans (2B) based on inadequate evidence in humans and sufficient evidence in laboratory animals. Lifetime inhalation exposure of rats and mice to high ethylbenzene concentrations resulted in increases in certain types of cancer, including kidney tumors in rats and lung and liver tumors in mice. These effects were not observed in animals exposed to lower concentrations. There is no evidence that ethylbenzene causes cancer in humans. Crystalline Silica (Quartz, Cristobalile) is listed by IARC and NTP. Long term exposure to high levels of silica dust, which can occur only when sanding or abrading the dry film, may cause lung damage (silicosis) and possibly cancer. page 3 of 5 B58VX600 TOXICOLOGY DATA CAS No. Ingredient Name 100414 Ethylbenzene LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 3500 mo /ke 1330 -20 -7 Xylene LC50 RAT 4HR 5000 ppm LD50 RAT 4300 mo /I 108 -10 -1 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 2080 mg/kg 25036 -25 -3 Epoxy Polymer LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available 25068 -38 -6 Epoxy Polymer 14808 -60 -7 Quartz LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261. Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 -TRANSPORT INFORMATION US Ground (DOT) 1 Gallon and Less may be Classed as CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM -D Larger Containers are Regulated as: UN1263, PAINT RELATED MATERIAL, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Methylisobutyl ketone 5000 lb RQ Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): UN1263, PAINT RELATED MATERIAL, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) Canada (TDG) UN1263, PAINT RELATED MATERIAL, CLASS 3, PG III, LIMITED QUANTITY, (ERG #128) IMO UN1263, PAINT RELATED MATERIAL, CLASS 3, PG III, (23 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (D /E) SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.65C) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION CAS No. CHEMICAL /COMPOUND % by WT % Element 100 -41 -4 Eth (benzene 0.3 1330 -20 -7 X lene 2 108 -10 -1 Methyl Isobut I Ketone 10 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. TSCA CERTIFICATION All chemicals in this product are listed, or are exempt from listing, on the TSCA Inventory. page 4 of 5 B58VX600 SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Canadian Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR. The above information pertains to this product as currently formulated, and is based on the information available at this time. Addition of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since conditions of use are outside our control, we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. page 5 of 5 MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET B58VX605 0400 DATE OF PREPARATION Nov 30. 2010 SECTION 'I — P,RODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION PRODUCT NUMBER B58VX605 PRODUCT NAME MACROPDXYO 646 -100 PW Potable Water Epoxy Hardener (Part B), OAP Blue MANUFACTURER'S NAME THE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS COMPANY 101 Prospect Avenue N.W. Cleveland, OH 44115 Telephone Numbers and Websites Product Information www.sherwin- williams.com Regulatory Information (216) 566 -2902 www.p aintdos.com Medical Emergency 216 566 -2917 Transportation Emergency* 800 424 -9300 for Chemical Emergency ONLY (spill, leak, fire, exp osure, or accident SECTION 2 — COMPOSITION /INFORMATION ON °INGREDIENTS-- % by Weight CAS Number Ingredient Units Vapor Pressure 0.3 100 -41-4 Ethylbenzene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM 7.1 mm ACGIH TLV 125 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 125 PPM STEL 2 1330 -20 -7 Xylene ACGIH TLV 100 PPM ACGIH TLV 150 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 100 PPM OSHA PEL 150 PPM STEL 5.9 mm 10 108 -10 -1 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 3 Reactivity 0 ACGIH TLV 50 PPM 16 mm ACGIH TLV 75 PPM STEL OSHA PEL 50 PPM OSHA PEL 75 PPM STEL 14 25036 -25 -3 Epoxy Polymer ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 14 25068 -38 -6 Epoxy Polymer ACGIH TLV Not Available OSHA PEL Not Available 58 14808 -60 -7 Quartz ACGIH TLV 0.025 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust OSHA PEL 0.1 mg /m3 as Resp. Dust SECTION .3 HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ROUTES OF EXPOSURE INHALATION of vapor or spray mist. EYE or SKIN contact with the product, vapor or spray mist. EFFECTS OF OVEREXPOSURE EYES: Irritation. SKIN: Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause irritation. INHALATION: Irritation of the upper respiratory system. HMIS Codes Health h ealt 2' F 3 Reactivity 0 May cause nervous system depression. Extreme overexposure may result in unconsciousness and possibly death. Prolonged overexposure to hazardous ingredients in Section 2 may cause adverse chronic effects to the following organs or systems: page 1 of 5 B58VX605 • the liver • the urinary system • the reproductive system SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF OVEREXPOSURE Headache, dizziness, nausea, and loss of coordination are indications of excessive exposure to vapors or spray mists. Redness and itching or burning sensation may indicate eye or excessive skin exposure. MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE May cause allergic skin reaction in susceptible persons or skin sensitization. CANCER INFORMATION For complete discussion of toxicology data refer to Section 11. SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES EYES: Flush eyes with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention. SKIN: Wash affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation persists or occurs later, get medical attention. Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re -use. INHALATION: If affected, remove from exposure. Restore breathing. Keep warm and quiet. INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. SECTION r5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES FLASH POINT LEL UEL FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION 73 °F PMCC 1.0 7.5 RED LABEL -- Flammable, Flash below 100 °F (38 °C) EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Foam UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS Closed containers may explode when exposed to extreme heat. Application to hot surfaces requires special precautions. During emergency conditions overexposure to decomposition products may cause a health hazard. Symptoms may not be immediately apparent. Obtain medical attention. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES Full protective equipment including self- contained breathing apparatus should be used. Water spray may be ineffective. If water is used, fog nozzles are preferable. Water may be used to cool closed containers to prevent pressure build -up and possible autoignition or explosion when exposed to extreme heat. SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES STEPS TO BE TAKEN IN CASE MATERIAL IS RELEASED OR SPILLED Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Remove with inert absorbent. SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE STORAGE CATEGORY DOL Storage Class IC PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE Contents are FLAMMABLE. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame. During use and until all vapors are gone: Keep area ventilated - Do not smoke - Extinguish all flames, pilot lights, and healers - Turn off stoves, electric tools and appliances, and any other sources of ignition. Consult NFPA Code. Use approved Bonding and Grounding procedures. Keep container closed when not in use. Transfer only to approved containers with complete and appropriate labeling. Do not take internally. Keep out of the reach of children. SECTION 8 EXPOSURE CONTROLS /PERSONAL PROTECTION PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN USE Use only with adequate ventilation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing vapor and spray mist. Wash hands after using. This coating may contain materials classified as nuisance particulates (listed "as Dust" in Section 2) which may be present at hazardous levels only during sanding or abrading of the dried film. If no specific dusts are listed in Section 2, the applicable limits for nuisance dusts are ACGIH TLV 10 mg /m3 (total dust), 3 mg /m3 (respirable fraction), OSHA PEL 15 mg /m3 (total dust), 5 mg /m3 (respirable fraction). VENTILATION Local exhaust preferable. General exhaust acceptable if the exposure to materials in Section 2 is maintained below applicable exposure limits. Refer to OSHA Standards 1910.94, 1910.107, 1910.108. page 2 of 5 B58VX605 RESPIRATORY PROTECTION If personal exposure cannot be controlled below applicable limits by ventilation, wear a properly fitted organic vapor /particulate respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for protection against materials in Section 2. When sanding or abrading the dried film, wear a dusUmist respirator approved by NIOSH /MSHA for dust which may be generated from this product, underlying paint, or the abrasive. PROTECTIVE GLOVES Wear gloves which are recommended by glove supplier for protection against materials in Section 2. EYE PROTECTION Wear safety spectacles with unperforated sideshields. OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Use of barrier cream on exposed skin is recommended. OTHER PRECAUTIONS This product must be mixed with other components before use. Before opening the packages, READ AND FOLLOW WARNING LABELS ON ALL COMPONENTS. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents can be harmful or fatal. SECTION `9 -- PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES PRODUCT WEIGHT SPECIFIC GRAVITY BOILING POINT MELTING POINT VOLATILE VOLUME EVAPORATION RATE VAPOR DENSITY SOLUBILITY IN WATER VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS (VOC Th 1.65 lb/gal 198 g/I 1.65 lb/gal 198 g/I 13.43 lb/gal 1609 g/I 1.62 237 - 292 °F 113 - 144 °C Not Available 24% Slower than ether Heavier than air N.A. eoretical - As Packaged) Less Water and Federally Exempt Solvents Emitted VOC SECTION, 10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY STABILITY — Stable CONDITIONS TO AVOID None known. INCOMPATIBILITY None known. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS By fire: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION Will not occur SECTION 11 - :TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION.: CHRONIC HEALTH HAZARDS Reports have associated repeated and prolonged overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Ethylbenzene is classified by [ARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans (2B) based on inadequate evidence in humans and sufficient evidence in laboratory animals. Lifetime inhalation exposure of rats and mice to high ethylbenzene concentrations resulted in increases in certain types of cancer, including kidney tumors in rats and lung and liver tumors in mice. These effects were not observed in animals exposed to lower concentrations. There is no evidence that ethylbenzene causes cancer in humans. Crystalline Silica (Quartz, Cristobalite) is listed by IARC and NTP. Long term exposure to high levels of silica dust, which can occur only when sanding or abrading the dry film, may cause lung damage (silicosis) and possibly cancer. page 3 of 5 B58VX605 TOXICO DA CAS No. Ingredient Name 100 -41-4 Ethylbenzene LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 3500 mo /ko 1330 -20 -7 Xylene 108 -10.1 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone 25036 -25 -3 Epoxy Polymer 25068 -38 -6 Epoxy Polymer 14808 -60 -7 Quartz LC50 RAT 4HR 5000 ppm LD50 RAT 4300 mo /I LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT 2080 mo /ko LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available LC50 RAT 4HR Not Available LD50 RAT Not Available SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION No data available. SECTION 13 -DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS WASTE DISPOSAL METHOD Waste from this product may be hazardous as defined under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) 40 CFR 261. Waste must be tested for ignitability to determine the applicable EPA hazardous waste numbers. Incinerate in approved facility. Do not incinerate closed container. Dispose of in accordance with Federal, State /Provincial, and Local regulations regarding pollution. SECTION 14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION US Ground (DOT) 1 Gallon and Less may be Classed as CONSUMER COMMODITY, ORM -D Larger Containers are Regulated as: UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) DOT (Dept of Transportation) Hazardous Substances & Reportable Quantities Methylisobutyl ketone 5000 lb RQ Xylenes (isomers and mixture) 100 lb RQ Bulk Containers may be Shipped as (check reportable quantities): UN1263, PAINT, 3, PG III, (ERG #128) Canada (TDG) UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, LIMITED QUANTITY, (ERG #128) IMO UN1263, PAINT, CLASS 3, PG III, (23 C c.c.), EmS F -E, S -E, ADR (D /E) SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION SARA 313 (40 CFR 372.650) SUPPLIER NOTIFICATION CAS No. CHEMICAL /COMPOUND % by WT % Element 100 -41 -4 Eth (benzene 0.3 1330 -20 -7 X lene 2 108 -10 -1 Methyl Isobut I Ketone 10 CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. TSCA CERTIFICATION All chemicals in this product are listed, or are exempt from listing, on the TSCA Inventory. page 4 of 5 B58VX605 SECTION 16 OTHER INFORMATION . This product has been classified in accordance with the hazard criteria of the Canadian Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the MSDS contains all of the information required by the CPR. The above information pertains to this product as currently formulated, and is based on the information available at this time. Addition of reducers or other additives to this product may substantially alter the composition and hazards of the product. Since conditions of use are outside our control, we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. page 5 of 5