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Material Safety Data Sheet




U.S. Department of Labor




May be used to comply with



OSHA�s Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR 1910
1200. Standard must be consulted for specific requirements.





Occupational Safety and Health Administration



(Non-Mandatory Form)



Form Approved



OMB No. 1218-0072




IDENTITY (as Used on Label and List)



ZAP 6840-00-985-6895



6840-00-926-1686 / 6840-00-935-9813




Note: Blank spaces are not permitted. If any
item is not

��������
applicable or no information is available, the space

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��must be marked to indicate that.




Section I���������




Manufacturer�s name ���



���� UNIT CHEMICAL CORPORATION




Emergency Telephone Number ����������



���� (800) 879-8648




Address (Number, Street, City, State and
ZIP Code)



����
7360 COMMERCIAL WAY





Telephone Number for Information �����



���� (702) 564-5654 or (702)
564-6455




����
HENDERSON
,
NV

89
01
5





Date Prepared
����������������������������
DECEMBER 1, 2005









Signature of Preparer (optional)




Section II�Hazardous Ingredients/Identity Information




Hazardous Components (Specific Chemical Identity,
Common Name(s))






OSHA
PEL






ACGIH
TLV




Other Limits Recommended






%
(optional)




ALKYL DIMETHYL BENZLY AMMONIUM CHLORIDE���




ALKYL DIMETHYL ETHYLBENZLY AMMONIUM CHLORIDE












































Section III�Physical/Chemical Characteristics�����
ph 9.0 - 10.0 IN CONCENTRATE AND USE SOLUTION




Boiling Point�
������������������������
212OF








Specific Gravity (H20 = 1)




��������
0.95




Vapor Pressure (mm Hg) ��������
NONE








Melting Point




���������
N/A




Vapor Density (AIR = 1) �������
���NONE








Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate = 1)




���������
N/A




Solubility in Water �����������������
COMPLETE




Appearance and Odor� �����������
CLEAR LIQUID WITH ALMOND FRAGRANCE




Section IV�Fire and Explosion Hazard Data




Flash Point (Method Used) �����
NONE (NON-FLAMMABLE)




Flammable Limits




LEL ��NONE




UEL ����NONE




Extinguishing Media�
��������������������������
NONE




Special Fire Fighting Procedures
�����������NONE









Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards
������NONE








(Reproduce locally)
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����� OSHA 174 Sept. 1985

























































































































































































Section V�Reactivity Data





Stability




Unstable








Conditions to Avoid�����








Stable




�������� X




��������������������������
NONE




Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid)
�������������
ANIONIC SOAPS (DEACTIVATES DEODORANT) STRONG OXIDIZERS




Hazardous Decomposition or Byproducts
�����NONE




Hazardous

Polymerization





May Occur








Conditions to Avoid��������








Will Not Occur




���������
X




��������������������������
NONE




Section VI�Health Hazard Data




Route(s) of Entry




Inhalation? �������
NO




Skin? �����������
NO




Ingestion? ������
YES




Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic)



EYES: CONTACT WITH EYES IS PAINFUL AND IRRITATING.
� FLUSH EYES IMMEDIATELY WITH PLENTY OF WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES





SKIN:� PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH
SKIN CAUSES IRRITATION.� WASH SKIN OFF WITH WATER.




INGESTION: IF SWALLOWED, CONSULT PHYSICIAN
IMMEDIATELY.�



CHRONIC EFFECTS BY OVEREXPOSURE TO THIS PRODUCT
HAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED.




Carcinogenicity ��������




NTP? ������������
NO




IARC Monographs? �����
NO




OSHA Regulated? ���NO




THIS PRODUCT IS NOT CONSIDERED A CARCINOGEN BY
OSHA, NTP NOR IARC




Signs and Symptoms of Exposure ��������
IRRITATION AND PAIN WHEN EYES ARE CONTACTED WITH PRODUCT








Medical Conditions

Generally Aggravated by Exposure
����� HAVE NOT BEEN ESTABLISHED








Emergency and First Aid Procedures����
��ABOVE UNDER HEALTH HAZARDS








Section VII�Precautions for Safe Handling and Use




Steps to Be Taken in Case Material Is
Released or Spilled




���������������������������������������������
MOP UP LIQUID.� RINSE WITH WATER








Waste Disposal Method



MOP UP LIQUID.� RINSE WITH WATER.� ZAP
IS DEGRADABLE IN ALL SEWAGE SYSTEMS.� AT 200 PPM, ZAP IS APPROVED FOR
SANITIZING FOOD CONTACT ITEMS WITHOUT POTABLE WATER RINSE.









Precautions to Be Taken in Handling and
Storing
������STORE IN A COOL PLACE
BETWEEN 50oF AND 120oF








Other Precautions�� AVOID
CONTACT OF UNDILUTED ZAP WITH ALUMINUM, BRASS, COPPER & BLACK IRON









Section VII�Control Measures




Respiratory Protection (Specify Type)
���������NONE REQUIRED





Ventilation




Local Exhaust �����
�������������
NONE REQUIRED




Special�������
NONE REQUIRED








Mechanical (General) ���������
NONE REQUIRED




Other ��������
NONE REQUIRED




Protective Gloves
������������������������������
RECOMMENDED




Eye Protection�������
RECOMMENDED




Other Protective Clothing or Equipment
�������NONE (NORMAL WORK CLOTHES)





Work/Hygienic Practices
�������������������������
USE PRODUCT ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS ON LABEL




























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