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Material Safety Data Sheet for Triso Flux Remover


Section I Hazardous Ingredients / Identity Information


Hazardous Components OSHA ACGIH Other Limits

(Specific Chemical Identity)               PEL TLV


1,1,1-Trichloroethane ( 71-55-6 ) 350 PPM TWA 350 PPM TWA              NA

Isopropanol ( 67-63-0 )          400 PPM TWA 400 PPM TWA              NA


Section II Physical / Chemical Characteristics


Boiling Point ( F ) : ( concentrate ) 165

Specific Gravity ( H2O = 1 ): 1.28

Vapor Pressure @ 70 F: 100 psi

Halting Point: - 41 F

Vapor Density ( Air = 1 ): >1

Evaporation Rate: Solubility in water : About 34%

( Butyl Acetate = 1 ) : 0.35

Appearance & Odor: Clear colorless liquid with alcohol / ethereal odor


Section III Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point ( F ): NA

Flammability Limit: LET: NA UEL: NA

Extinguishing Media: Carbon Dioxide, dry chemical, foam, and water fog

Special Firefighting Procedures: Self-contained respiratory protection should be provided for firemen

fighting in buildings or confined areas.


Section IV Reactivity Data


Stability: Stable

Conditions to Avoid: NA

Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur

Conditions to Avoid: NA

Incompatibility ( Material to Avoid ): Strong oxidizing agents and alkalies

Hazardous decomposition or products: Burns to form CO, CO2, HCL and possible traces of chlorine and phosgene


Section V Health Hazard Data

Routes of Entry

Inhalation: Yes

Skin: Yes

Ingestion: Yes

Health Hazards ( Acute & Chronic ): Prolonged overexposure can cause central nervous system depression. Minimal anesthetic effects may be seen in the range of 500-1000 PPM. Contact with membrane can cause moderate irritation.




IARC Monograph: No

OSHA Regulated: No

Signs and Symptoms of Exposure: Ingestion may cause abdominal cramps and diarrhea. Contact with skin can cause mild irritation and drying or flaking of skin.

Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure: None Known

Emergency & First Aid Procedures: Move away from exposure source. Thoroughly wash contaminated eyes and skin with water. Give oxygen. Do not induce vomiting. Never give Adrenaline following overexposure.


Section VI Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

In Case Material is Released or Spilled: Use absorbent sweeping liquid to soak up material. Put into container.

Waste Disposal Method: Dispose of all waste in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations

Precautions to be taken in Handling or Storage: Keep away from heat, sparks, open flame or direct sunshine. Do not puncture or incinerate.

Other Precautions: Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling vapor contents can be harmful or fatal.


Section VII Control Measures

Respiratory Protection: Necessary for normal use



Local Exhaust: None

Special: None

Mechanical ( general ): None

Other: None

Protective Gloves: Necessary for normal use

Eye Protection: Safety goggles or face shield

Other Protective Clothing or Equipment: Not necessary for normal use

Work/Hygienic Practices: Wash hands after use


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