MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

SECTION I - Identity – WEED KILLER

ES INDUSTRIAL CORP.  P.O. BOX 843 RED BANK, NJ 07701

Date Prepared  05-11-2000   For Emergency   800-877-2436   For Information  800-877-2436

SECTION II – HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/IDENTITY INFORMATION

Hazardous Component(s)              CAS #                      OSHA  PEL             ACGIH  TLV                  Other Limits              %(opt)  

FUEL OIL                                         64741-44-2                 NOT EST.                 NOT EST.                        N/A

SECTION III – PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Boiling Point:   350 F             Specific Gravity (H2O = 1): 0.850    Vapor Pressure (mm Hg):  1-10 MM HG. @ 100F

Melting Point: N/A                Vapor Density (Air =1):N/A           Evaporation Rate(Water = 1):NOT DET.

Solubility % Water:  NEGLIGIBLE       Appearance & Odor:  LIGHT AMBER, KEROSENE ODOR

SECTION IV – FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA

Flash Point (Method Used): 130F (MIN) TCC    Flammable Limits in Air/Volume: Lower : 0.7    Upper:5.0

Extinguisher Media: ONLY UL APPROVED CLASS B FIRE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA SUCH AS FOAM, CO2, HALON 1211 OR DRY CHEMICAL.  WATER SPRAY SHOULD BE USED ONLY BY QUALIFIED FIRE FIGHTING PERSONNEL.     Special Fire Fighting Procedures: AVOID USE OF WATER STEARNS.  AVOID EXCESSIVE WATER SPRAY APPLICATION.  WATER CAN BE USED TO COOL EXPOSED SURFACES.  WEAR SOFT-CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS.  

Unusual Fire/Explosion Hazards: NONE

SECTION V – REACTIVITY DATA

Stability-Cond to Avoid: STABLE.  AVOID HEAT, OPEN FLAME.     Hazardous Polymerization-Cond. To Avoid: WILL NOT OCCUR

Hazardous Decomposition Products:  CARBON MONOXIDE, ALDEHYDES, AROMATICS, OTHER HYDROCARBONS

Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid):  AVOID CONTACT WITH OXIDIZERS

SECTION VI – HEALTH HAZARDS DATA

Routes of Entry: Inhalation :  X  Skin:  X   Ingestion:  X    Health Hazards(Acute & Chronic)  ACUTE- EYES:   MAY RESULT IN SLIGHT EYE IRRITATION   SKIN:  PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT CAN CAUSE DEFLATING AND DRYING OF THE SKIN WHICH MAY PRODUCE SEVERE IRRITATION OR DERMATITIS.   INHALATION:  HIGH VAPOR CONCENTRATIONS MAY PRODUCE HEADACHE, GIDDINESS, VERTIGO, AND ANASTHETIC STUPOR.   INGESTION:  MAY RESULT IN NAUSEA, VOMITTING, DIARRHEA AND RESTLESSNESS.       Signs & Symptoms of Overexposure:  EYE AND SKIN REDNESS/IRRITATION PLUS HEADACHE OR ANESTHETIC STUPOR.

Chemical Listed as Carcinogen: NONE     NTP: NO     IARC Monographs: NO

Condition Generally Aggravated by Exposure: NONE KNOWN

Emergency and First Aid Procedures

 Inhalation   MOVE PERSON TO FRESH AIR.  IF NOT BREATHING GIVE ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION.  CALL A PHYSICIAN.

Eyes           FLUSH EYES WITH LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES.  IF SYMPTONMS OR IRRITATION OCCUR, CALL A PHYSICIAN. 

Skin              WASH WITH SOAP AND LARGE AMOUNTS OF WATER.  REMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING.  IF SYMPTOMS OR IRRITATION OCCUR, CALL A PHYSICIAN.

Ingestion      DO NOT INDUCE VOMITTING, DO NOT GIVE LIQUIDS.  IMMEDIATELY CALL A PHYSICIAN.

SECTION VII – PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE

Handling & Storage Precautions:  AVOID REPEATED OR PROLONGED SKIN CONTACT.  STORE IN CLEARLY MARKED CONTAINERS IN A RELATIVELY COOL LOCATION.  DO NOT EXPOSE TO HEAT, OPEN FLAME OR OXIDIZERS.

Other Precautions:  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

If Material is Released/Spilled:  KEEP PUBLIC AWAY.  VENTILATE AREA.  SHUT OFF SOURCE OF LEAK IF POSSIBLE TO DO SO WITHOUT HAZARD.  ELIMINATE ALL IGNITION SOURCES.  CONTAIN LIQUID WITH SAND OR SOIL.  RECOVER AND RETURN FREE LIQUID TO SOURCE.  USE SUITABLE SORBENTS TO CLEAN UP RESIDUAL LIQUIDS.

Waste Disposal:  DISPOSE OF CLEAN UP MATERIALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.

SECTION VIII– CONTROL MEASURES

Respiratory Protection:  APPROVED ORGANIC VAPOR CHEMICAL CARTRIDGE OR SUPPLIED AIR RESPIRATORS SHOULD BE WORN WHEN EXCESSIVE VAPORS OR MISTS ARE GENERATED.    Ventilation Local/Mechanical:  LOCAL EXHAUST ONLY IF MECHANICAL IS INADEQUATE.  MECHANICAL IS SATISFACTORY.       Special: NONE     Other:  NONE         Protective Gloves:  NEOPRENE, NITRILE, OR PVC    Eye Protection:  GOGGLES

Protective Clothing Equipment:  EYE WASH STATION        Work/Hygienic Practices:  OBSERVE GOOD PERSONAL HYGIENE.  WASH HANDS BEFORE EATING, AVOID INHALATION OR INGESTION.