PLASTIC "T" POSTS
|PlasT72 72" WHITE|
-Various lengths, optional colors, decals and reflective sheeting available upon request.
Posts are bundled 10pcs per unit and paletized for common carrier shipments. UPS shipments, where applicable, are wrapped in each end of post for shipment.
Standard lead time 3 - 4 weeks.
Minimum order of 100pcs required.
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SECTION 2 Hazardous Ingredients
Identity CAS # OSHA PEL ACGIH TLV ----%Vinyl Chloride Monomer 75-01-4 1ppm .5Ala ppm
These items are on the SARA Section 313 list. Responsibility for filling a form R report with the EPA is dependent on volumes.
* Residual impurity in PVC
SECTION 3 Physical-Chemical Characteristics
Boiling Point N/A
Vapor Pressure (mm Hg) N/A
Vapor Density N/A
Solubility in Water ------
Specific Gravity 1.31
Melting Point 130 – 190 deg. C
Evaporation Rate N/A
Appearance & Odor: Spherical granules, clear, opaque or pigmented with slight color.
SECTION 4 Fire and Explosion Data
Flash Point 735 deg F ASTM D-1929
Self-Ignition Temp. 850 deg F
Flammable Limits in Air N/A
Extinguishing Media Water, ABC dry chemical, protein type airfoams
Special Fire Fighting Procedures Use positive pressure self contained breathing apparatus. Fumes of burning material may contain hydrogen chloride.
Unusual Fire & Explosion Hazards If dusty, may have explosion potential; control or eliminate ignition sources.
SECTION 5 Reactivity Data
Incapability: Avoid contact with acetyl or ermine containing compounds. At processing temperatures can cause rapid decomposition. Hydrogen chloride, carbon dioxide, aliphatic elephins may bay be evolved. Hazardous polymerizations will not occur.
SECTION 6 Health Hazard Data
Carcinogenicity: DEHP (D1-(2-ethylhexl) phthalate) is listed on NTP as “reasonably anticipated to be carcinogenic.” Lead and chrome compounds used as pigments and/or stabilizers are listed as having carcinogenic properties. PVC compounds may contain trace amounts (less than 1 ppm) of vinyl monomer. This material has been determined to be a concern suspect agent by OSHA, in a poorly ventilated area it might be possible to exceed the 1 ppm level, if this occurs the area would be regulated under 29 CFR 1910.1017. Monitoring periodically would be a prudent practice to insure compliance and to insure that regulated levels are not exceeded.
Effects of Overexposure: May cause irritation to the mucous membranes and upper respiratory tract.
Emergency First-Aid: Remove to fresh air, remove contaminated clothing. For eye contact flush with large amounts of water.
SECTION 7 Precautions for Safe Handling
For release or spill: Sweep or vacuum into containers for reuse or disposal. Not known to be currently a RCRA regulated material under current federal regulation. However currently proposed regulations and legislation may have an impact on such classifications. Therefore, disposal must be done in accordance with all current applicable federal, state and local regulations. Avoid breathing hot fumes or vapors.
SECTION 8 Control Measures
Exhaust ventilation to pull fumes away form workers. Wear gloves when handling hot material or cleaning exhaust ducts. Use dust mask if dusting occurs. Do not sore or consume food in processing area.
THIS INFORMATION IS TAKEN FROM SOURCES OR BASES OPEN DATA BELIEVED TO BE RELIABLE. HOWEVER, WE MAKE NO WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AS TO THE COORECTNESS OR SUFFICIENCY OF ANY OF THE FOREGOING.