Material Safety Data Sheet
PALM RBD 106 DEG USA - Product No: 225
elaesis guineensis
FIXED OIL
Liberty Natural Home
Terms & Definitions
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Identification
FEMA No
CAS No.8023-79-8
Chemical Name
HealthOrdinary combustible hazards in a fire.
FlammabilityWill ignite if overheated.
ReactivityUnstable if heated.
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Fire, Explosion & Reactivity
Flash Point550F 287.778C
Extinguishing MediaFOG-Yes | FOAM-Yes | DRY-Yes |
Dot ClassificationNON-HAZARDOUS
Stability
NFPA Classification
Fire FightingThere are no chemical imcompatibilities, strong water spray could spread the burning oil. Water mist or sprinkler is recommended.
Unusual Fire HazardEdible oils and fats will burn if excessively heated (500F).
Hazardous Combustable
Decomposition Products
Edible oils and fats are stable. No known incompatible compounds ofűreactivity problems.
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Physical Data
Color & Odor
Boiling Point450
Melting Point106F + 3
Vapor PressureN/A
Vapor DensityN/A
Water SolubilityN/A
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Protection Data
RespiratoryAvoid inhalation of vegetable oil mists. Provide ventalation and insulatedűsafety protection equipment in areas where hot oil is handled.
Ventilation
Skin
Eye
Other
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Occupational Exposure Limit
Threshold Limit10
OSHA Permissible
Limit
Carcinogen
NTP Limit
IARC Limit
OSHA Limit
Carcinogen Notes
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Health Hazards
Material TypeNATURAL VEGETABLE OIL
Health HazardLIQUID MAY IRRITATE EYES-LIQUID MAY IRRITATE SKIN-LIQUID MAY CAUSE DERMATITIS-REPEATED CONTACT MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC DERMATOLOGICAL REACTION
Primary Entry RoutesINHALATION-SKIN
Health Hazard
Notes
If aspirated as an oil mist the respitory system may be affected. Oil mist is classified a nuisance particulate by the American Conference of Govern- metal Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) who recommended a TLV of 10 ppm.
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Emergency First Aid
Inhalation
Eye Contact
Skin Contact
Ingestion
First Aid NotesNormal first aid procedures for treating burns should be employed if skinűcomes in contact with hot oil. Oil can be removed from normal skin byűwashing with soap and water.
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Spill, Leakage & Disposal Procedures
Spill ProceduresEDIBLE OILS AND FAT SPILLS PRODUCE SLIPPERY SURFACES. NORMAL SANITAION-PROCEDURES SHOULD BE EMPLOYED TO REDUCE RISK.
Waste Disposal
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Handling & Shipping Procedures
Handling & Shipping
Procedures
Under normal conditions and use edible oils and fats pose no safety hazards. Avoid excessive heating or as with any hot liquid use special precaution when using hot oil. Store oil soaked rags of material in fireproof containers. LEAKAGE OR CONDITIONS RESULTING IN IMPREGNATION OF THIS OIL WITH SOME POROUS MATERIALS SUCH AS RAGS, PAPER, INSULATION OR CLAY MAY CAUSE SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION.
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SARA 313 Chemical Breakdown
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