Stamylex 1258 (cas 25087-34-7) MSDS

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Jl. Raya Merak Km.116
PT. TITAN Petrokimia Nusantara Cilegon 42436, Banten
Indonesia
Phone +62 254 571333
Fax +62 254 571290
Website : www.pttitan.com
Material Safety Data Sheet E-mail : tsc@pttitan.com




Titanvene??
High Density
Polyethylene

1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

MSDS Code PE-001
Titanvene?? HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE
Trade Name
Manufacturer/Supplier PT. TITAN Petrokimia Nusantara (PT. TITAN)
Address Head Office : Merak Works :
Graha BIP, 4th Floor Jl. Raya Merak Km.116
Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto Kav.23 Rawa Arum, Pulo Merak
Jakarta 12930 Cilegon 42436,
INDONESIA Banten, INDONESIA

Telephone Number +62 21 5279070 +62 254 571333
Facsimile Number +62 21 5278729 +62 254 572468
Emergency Telephone Number +62 254 571333 ext.1111


2. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON THE COMPONENTS

Product Trivial Name High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
Product Formal Name Ethene-butene-1 copolymer
Ethene-hexene-1 copolymer
Product Chemical Family Polyolefin
CAS Number Ethene-butene-1 copolymer : 25087-34-7
Ethene-hexene-1 copolymer : 25213-02-9
Information on Composition This Material Safety Data Sheet applies to products listed in Section 16


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

Main Hazard Not classified as hazardous
Health Effects ?? Eyes Fine dust may cause irritation to the outer surface of the eye.
Fumes from the heated material may cause lacrimation and severe irritation.
Contact with hot material may cause thermal burns.
Health Effects ?? Skin Material not normally an irritant, however, repeated or prolonged contact may cause
some irritation.
Fumes from the heated material may be severely irritating and corrosive.
Contact with hot material may cause thermal burns.
Health Effects ?? Ingestion Inert material regarded as harmless by ingestion
(Ingestion is not considered a normal route of exposure).
Health Effects ?? Inhalation Dust may cause respiratory tract irritation. See sections 7 and 8.
If heated to more than 300oC, the product may form vapors or fumes, which could
cause irritation of the respiratory tract, coughing and shortness of breath.




Material Safety Data Sheet ?? TitanveneTM High Density Polyethylene ?? D-02
4. FIRST AID MEASURES

First Aid ?? Eyes Immediately flood the eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes, holding the eye
open. Obtain medical attention if soreness or redness persists.
First Aid ?? Skin Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water, obtain medical attention if irritation persists.
If burned by contact with hot material, flush skin immediately with large amounts of cold
water. If possible, submerge area in cold water.
No attempt should be made to detach polymer adhering to the skin or to remove
clothing attach with molten material. Thermal burns require immediate medical
attention.
First ?? Aid ?? Ingestion In case of ingestion of large quantities, get medical attention.
First ?? Aid ?? Inhalation If affected by fumes from heated material, remove from source of exposure and move
the affected person into fresh air. Obtain medical attention if the symptoms continue.



5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Extinguishing Media Use water spray, foam, carbon dioxide (use for live electrical installation), or dry
chemical (post hazard concern).
Unsuitable Extinguishing Media Do not use direct water jets in the early stages of extinguishing a fire as this may help
to spread the flames.
Do not use water extinguishers in close proximity to live electrical installations.
Special Hazards of Products Hazardous combustion products may include carbon monoxide, small quantities of
aldehydes, and may also produce molten polymer and black smoke. See Section 8.
Protective Equipment for Fire Wear full protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.
Fighting


6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Personal Precautions Granules spilled on the floor can cause slipping. Avoid creating a dust cloud.
Environmental Precautions If the material has been released into a stream or a public sewer or other drainage
system inform the appropriate authorities.
Spillage Transfer into suitable containers for recovery or disposal.


7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling Safety glasses are recommended for handling pellets and also thermally resistant
gloves for processing hot materials.
Avoid contact with heated or other molten products. Thermal burns are the most
common injury caused while processing molten HDPE. There is a risk of being
splashed with molten materials, for example when purging or starting up an extruder or
injection molding machine.
Do not inhale fumes or vapor from molten product. Use local exhaust ventilation over
processing area. HDPE materials, especially in powder form, can give rise to dust
during handling.
HDPE dust is a nuisance dust (see Section 8) and is classified as flammable. As a
consequence, generation and accumulation of dust, for instance in cutting or
granulating area, must be avoided.
Pneumatic conveying of powder and pellets can generate large static electrical
charges. Electrical discharge in presence of air can cause an explosion. Earth all
equipment.
Storage Store HDPE materials on safe storage design.
Store at ambient temperature in a dry and ventilated area. Do not store near highly
flammable material, and store away from sources of heat.
Keep away from direct sunlight (see also Section 8).
The main hazards are related to pallet stock slippage and forklift truck maneuvers,
which can cause injury to personnel. It is recommended that adequate procedures
covering storage and handling of pallets are established and maintained. These
procedures must be kept up to date and regularly audited.
Pellet spills should be swept up immediately to prevent slipping.




Material Safety Data Sheet ?? TitanveneTM High Density Polyethylene ?? D-02
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Occupational Exposure Standards Always consult the officially published Exposure Standard list when applying
occupational exposure standards.
10mg/m3 (ACGIH)
Nuisance dust TLV :
Limits for the hazardous decomposition products (see Section 10) :
UK EH40 : OES 55mg/m3 8h TWA
Carbon monoxide :
UK EH40 : OES 9000mg/m3 8h TWA
Carbon dioxide :
UK EH40 : OES 0.25mg/m3 8h TWA
acrolein :
UK EH40 : OES 0.80mg/m3 15 min TWA
UK EH40 : MEL 2.5mg/m3 8h TWA. A2 Carcinogen
formaldehyde :
Reference :
UK EH40, Occupational exposure Limits, Health and Safety Executive,
HSE Books. PO Box 1999, Sunbury, Suffolk CO10 6FS, UK
Phone +44 1787 881165, Fax +44 1787 313995
ACGIH Threshold Limit Values
Publications Department, ACGIH
1330 Kemper Meadow Drive, Cincinnati, OH 4520-1634, USA.
Phone +1 513 7422020, Fax +1 513 7423355
Engineering Control Measures Use only in well ventilated area, minimum 6 air changes per hour.
Respiratory Protection Product processing, heat sealing of HDPE film, or operations involving the use of wires
or blades heated above 300oC may produce dust, vapor or fumes. To minimize risk of
overexposure to dust, vapor or fumes, it is recommended that a local exhaust system is
placed above the equipment, and that the working area is properly ventilated.
Hand Protection Direct contact with HDPE materials does not normally lead to skin irritation. However,
unnecessary contact with the material should be avoided. Employees with a history of
skin disease or allergy should receive medical clearance prior to employment involving
direct contact with the material.
Eye Protection If there is risk of exposure to dust or splashing material, safety glasses should be worn.
Body Protection Standard work clothes and safety shoes.


9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical State Normally delivered as granules
Color White or translucent
Melting Point (oC) Melts between 126oC and 134oC
Flash Point (PMCC) (oC) Above 300oC decomposition occurs and flash or fumes may occur
Solubility in Water (kg/m3) Insoluble
Density (kg/m3) 930 ?? 960 (ISO 1183)
Auto-flammability (oC) 350oC
Dust Explosion Data Minimum ignition temperature 400oC
110oC ?? 128oC (VICAT)
Softening Point (oC)
Solubility in Other Solvent Aromatics at elevated temperatures


10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability Stable, although heating above 300oC in air may produce carbon monoxide,
hydrocarbon, aldehydes such as acrolein and formaldehyde and organic acids.
Processing equipment should be provided with local exhaust ventilation.


11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute Toxicity No evidence of acute toxicity reported.
Skin Sensitization No known reports of skin sensitization.
Sub-acute/Sub-chronic Toxicity No reports of adverse long-term effects following repeated exposures.




Material Safety Data Sheet ?? TitanveneTM High Density Polyethylene ?? D-02
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Mobility If released to water the product will float.
Persistence/Degradability The material is not biodegradable.
Bio-accumulation Product is not expected to bioaccumulate.
Ecotoxicity The material is not toxic.


13. DISPOSAL

Product Disposal Recover or recycle if possible.
Otherwise, incinerate in appropriate incinerators with energy recovery, or dispose of in
landfills in accordance with local regulations.
Container Disposal Empty containers should be recovered for reuse or recycling or disposed of in landfills
in accordance with local regulations.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN - Class Not classified
ADR/RID ?? Class Not classified
IMDG ?? Class Not classified
IATA ?? Class Not classified


15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Labeling Information
R Phrases Not applicable
S Phrases Not applicable
EINECS Listing Polymer, exempt from listing
EC Annex I Number Not listed
EC Annex I Classification Not classified according to EC Directives 67/548/EC and 1999/45/EC
TSCA Listing Yes
AICS/NICNAS Listing Yes
DSL/NDSL (Canadian) Listing DSL listed


16. OTHER INFORMATION

MSDS Data Revision 01 July 2006
MSDS Distribution The information in this document shall be made available to all who may handle
Titanvene?? HIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE products
Notice This material Safety Data Sheet is based upon data considered to be accurate as at the
time of its preparation. Despite our efforts, it may not be up to date or applicable to the
circumstances of any particular case. We are not responsible for any damage or injury
resulting from abnormal use, from any failure to follow appropriate practices or from
hazards inherent in the nature of the product.

? 2006 PT TITAN Petrokimia Nusantara




Material Safety Data Sheet ?? TitanveneTM High Density Polyethylene ?? D-02