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B Material Safety Data Sheet

1.Chemical Product and Company Information

Product

Style-rich Hair Spray NET 14g AWI-100

Company

Air Water Sol Inc.

 

Address      2-16-2 Iwamoto-cho, Kanda MC Bldg., Chiyoda-ku Tokyo Japan (Main Office)

 

817-1 Sanga, Minori-cho, Ibaragi-gun, Ibaragi Japan (Research Center)

 

Department   Research and Development Dept.

 

Telephone    03-5835-3900 (Main Office)

0299-48-4402 (Main Office)

 

Fax          03-5835-3908 (Research Center)

0299-48-4401 (Research Center)

 

In case of emergency, please call Research and Development Dept. at Research Center

 

Product Code:  AH00717

 

 


2.Composition/Information on Ingredients (a mixture)

Ingredients

CAS* No.

PRTR*

ISHL*
(Reg. No.)

Content
(Weight %)

Ethanol

64-17-5

NA

№62

45~55

2-amine-2-methyl-1-propanol

124-68-5
27646-80-6

NA

NA

Less than 1

Copolymer of vinyl acetate, vinylneodecanoate and crotonic acid

Not known

NA

NA

Less than 5

Copolymer of acrylic acid, arkylmethacrylate and acrylamide / Ethanol

Not known

NA

NA/
Ethanol №62

1~11

Diisopropyladipate

6938-94-9

NA

NA

Less than 1

P-(dimethylamino) benzoic acid, 2-EHA

21245-02-3

NA

NA

Less than 1

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Propane

74-98-6

NA

NA

35~45

i-Butane

75-28-5

NA

NA

n-Butane

106-97-8

NA

№480

*CAS: Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number
*PRTR: Pollutant Release & Transfer Register
*ISHL: Industrial Safety and Health Law


3.Summary of Toxicity and Hazards

Classification

*High pressured gas (combustible gas)

Hazards

*Combustible gas inside. Danger of possible rupture due to rise in internal pressure caused by ignition or high temperature.

 

*Flammable liquid. If the vapor mixes with air in certain quantity, it becomes explosive gas.

Toxicity

*There is a danger of frostbite if direct contact occurs with liquid state of the gas.

 

*The liquid content functions as an anesthetic if the vapor is inhaled. With repeated exposure, irritation of mucosal membrane, dizziness, dulling of the senses and headache may occur.

 

*The liquid content may have negative effects on the environment in water.


4.First Aid Measures

In all of the following cases, there should be an examination by a medical specialist as required.

Contact with Eyes

*Wash immediately for at least 15 minutes with a large amount of clean water.

 

*Immediate treatment by a medical specialist.

Contact with Skin

*If liquid state of the gas comes in contact with skin, make a treatment for frostbite.

 

*If an external change is noticed or there is pain, have a treatment by a medical specialist.

 

*If the liquid content comes in contact with clothing, remove the clothing where it has contacted and wash the liquid off with water and soap.

Inhalation

*If large quantity of gas is inhaled, measures for dealing with oxygen deficiency should be taken.
*Immediate treatment by a medical specialist, as required.

 

*If the person feels bad after inhaling gas, keep him calm in a place where there is fresh air, and have him treated by a medical specialist.

Ingestion

*If inadvertently ingested, immediately wash the mouth thoroughly with water and have a treatment by a medical specialist.


5.Fire Fighting Measures

Extinguishing Media

*Mist water, type ABC or BC powder fire extinguishers, Carbon dioxide or Foam

 

*Do not use a rod shaped spray of water.

Extinguishing Methods

*Under take the fire extinguishing from upwind . Those engaged in the fire extinguishing should wear suitable protective gears (heat resistant clothing, protective glasses, etc.) and breathing apparatus.

 

*Quickly remove all combustible materials from the area.

 

*Used designated extinguishers.

 

*Unauthorized persons should not be allowed in the fire area.

 

*Peripheral equipment should be cooled with water spray.

 

*If aerosol containers are present, there is a danger of rupture. When engaged in the fire extinguishing, persons should keep a sufficient distance away and containers exposed to heat should be cooled with water.


6.Accidental Release Measures

Personal Precautions

*To prevent exposure, proper protective gears should be worn during work.

 

*Avoid contact of the liquid with the eyes, inhalation of the vapor and ingestion of the liquid.

Environmental Precautions

*If leak occurs, sand or earth should be used to prevent the liquid flow on the ground or into the gutter, water ways or rivers.

Cleaning Methods

*If leak occurs (a gush out), the measures are to be taken from upwind and the leaking part of the container should be turn to upward to let all gas gush out before the handling.

 

*Sources of combustion and high temperature items in the vicinity should be removed immediately, and people should take refuge upwind.
*Only authorized personnel should be allowed in the areas.

 

*Suitable fire extinguishers should be prepared in case of a fire break.

 

*Whether seal the leaked area or evacuate people from the area should be decided according to a local emergency evacuation regulation.

 

*If leak occurs in an enclosed area, make sure to ventilate before entering into the area.

 

*If the leaked liquid is small, use dry sand or nonflammable cloth to absorb or collect the liquid in a suitable container for later disposal.

 

*For small leakage, use a clean anti-static tool when collecting the absorbed material.

 

*For large leakage, the flow should be stopped with sand or earth and lead the liquid to a safe location for the collection.

 

*With large leakage, water spray reduces level of the vapor. However, there is a danger that combustion cannot be suppressed in enclosed areas.

 

*Emission and disposal of the product may be subject to laws and regulations.  In addition, the tools used for cleaning may also be subject to laws and regulations.  A judgment will be required as to which laws and regulations apply.


7.Handling and Storage (work is to be conducted in accordance with the pertinent regulations)

Handling

 

Technical Measures

*When the product is used, the wind should be blow behind the person using the product so that the product does not come in direct contact with the person.

 

*It should be handled in well ventilated areas.

 

*Fire, sparks and high temperature items are not allowed to be used in the vicinity.

 

*Prevent generation of sparks, static electricity or fire.

 

*The product should not be sprayed in the direction of a fire.

 

*If placed in areas where the temperature rises high, there is a danger of container rupture.

Precautions

*For used in enclosed areas, a sufficient ventilator should also be used.

 

*After the use, hands should be washed thoroughly.

 

*Measures are to be taken against static electricity.

Safety Precautions

*Avoid the product contact with skin or mucous as well as with clothing, and avoid inhalation and entering eyes.  Hands should be washed after using the product.

 

*Hands should be washed thoroughly after using the product.

Storage

 

Suitable Storage

*Store in a place where children cannot reach.

Conditions

*Avoid direct sunlight and provide good ventilation.

 

*Because of a possibility of leak or gush out due to corrosion of the container, avoid storing in humid places such as kitchen and bathroom.

 

*Store away from fire or source of heat.

 

*Do not store in areas where the temperature rises above 40℃.

 

*Fire regulations and labor & health regulations and other regulations should be observed.


8.Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

Place of Use

*There should be no source of high temperature or fire near by to where the product is used.

 

*Use a common or localized ventilator to provide suitable ventilation in the use areas

 

*Provide a washing equipment for eyes and body near the use areas.


Name of Ingredient

Controlled
Concentration (ppm)

JSOH*

ACGIH (TLV)

Ethanol

No document or paper

Not established

1,000ppm

2-amine-2-methyl-1-propanol

Not known

Not established

Not established

Copolymer of vinyl acetate, vinylneodecanoate and crotonic acid

No document or paper

Not established

Not established

Copolymer of acrylic acid, arkylmethacrylate and acrylamide / Ethanol

No document or paper

Not established

1,000ppm

Diisopropyladipate

Not established

Not established

Not established

P-(dimethylamino) benzoic acid, 2-EHA

Not established

Not established

Not established

Propane

Not established

2,500ppm

2,500ppm

i-Butane

Not established

Not established

Not established

n-Butane

Not established

800ppm

800ppm


*JSOH: Japan Society of Occupational Health

Protective Gears

 

Breathing

*Use a suitable protective apparatus.

Hands

*Nothing needed in particular.

Eyes

*Safety glasses

Skin and Body

*Wash hands after use.

Suitable Hygienic Practices

*No smoking, eating and drinking with in use.
*Also, wash hands after use (especially before meal or smoking).


9.Physical and Chemical Properties


Physical State

Main Ingredient

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

State

Liquid

Gaseous state under normal pressure, Liquid state in a pressurized container

Color

Slightly yellowish, transparent

No color, transparent

Odor

Alcohol odor

Odorless

Specific temperature or temperature range whereby the physical state changes.

Boiling Point / Range

78.5℃ (as Ethanol)

-42.1~-0.5℃

Flash Point / Range

13℃ (enclosed, as Ethanol)

-104.4~-73.8℃

Ignition Point / Range

422.78℃ (as Ethanol)

405~550℃

Vapor Pressure

5,731Pa (as Ethanol, 20℃)

0.331~0.371 (20℃)

Density

0.835 (20℃)

0.592 (20℃)

pH

NA

NA

Explosion Limit

3.3~19 vol.% (as Ethanol)

1.8~9.5 vol.%

Solubility

Dissolves easily in water

Dissolves slightly in water


10.Stability and Reactivity

Stability

*When the temperature reaching above 40℃, there is a danger of rupture.

 

*Pressure in a container at room temperature is about 0.5MPa.

Conditions to Avoid

*Storage in areas of high temperature and humidity or use near fire.

 

*The liquid emits flammable vapor at room temperature and easily ignite fire. There is a possibility to react with strong oxidation agents.

Hazardous Decomposition Products

*Carbon monoxides and hydrocarbon from imperfect combustion.

 

 


11.Toxicological Information

*Ethanol

 

Acute toxicity

: Oral intake in rats

LD50

6.2-17.8g/kg

 

 

: Oral intake in rats

LD50

>5g/kg

 

 

: Oral intake in rats

LD50

13.7g/kg

 

 

: Percutaneous application

No information

 

 

: Inhalation in rats (vapor)

LC50

2,000ppm/10h (31,600ppm/4h)

 

 

: Inhalation in rats (mist)

LC50

63,000ppm/4h (118mg/l)

 

Corrosiveness and irritation on Skin : OECD TG404 test in rabbits

Not irritation

 

 

: American guidelines in rabbits

Not irritation

 

Serious damage to Eyes

: OECD TG404 test in rabbits

Moderate

 

Irritation in Eyes

: Draize test in rabbits

 

Not irritation

 

 

In humans, injury to cornea epithelia or redness of the conjunctiva recovers in 1 or 2 days.

 

Sensitizing potential in Breathing

: No information.

 

Sensitizing potential in Skin

: No significant skin sensitizing effects in animal tests.

 

Source of Mutation in Reproductive Cells

: There are reports on predominant lethality in rats and mice, as well as reports on generation of mutations in the reproductive cells of mice.

 

Carcinogenicity

: IARC classifies Ethanol as Group 1 due to it is “carcinogenic as an alcoholic beverage in human”. This is because IARC consider the causal relationship between habitual consumption of alcohol beverage and esophageal system and liver cancers based on various epidemiological studies in human. On the other hand, ACGHI categorized ethanol as A4 (a substance that cannot be classified as human carcinogen) as a hazardous element mainly in a working environment.

 

Reproductive toxicity

: There have been numerous reports of mutations and other ill effects on the fetus due to habitual ingestion of large quantity of alcohol.

 

Target organs, Systemic toxicity (single exposure)

: In human, oral ingestion of ethanol causes chronic toxicity to the central nerve system which could be fatal. In human, inhalation of 5,000 ppm (9.4 mg/l) results in irritation of the air passage, dizziness and pathological slumber.

 

Target organs, Systemic toxicity (protracted exposure)

: In human, the protracted ingestion of large amount of alcohol harms practically all of the organs, but the one which most adversely affected is the liver. The disorder begins with changes in the fat, and this turns into cirrhosis through necrosis and fibrosis. There are also records of withdrawal symptoms (delirium tremens, epilepsy and derangement) of people addicted to alcohol.

 

 

 

 

*Diisopropyladipate

 

Primary irritation on Skin

① In a rabbit with 100% by a closed patch test, the irritation coefficient was 0.06~1.6 (the highest rating is 4). Light irritation.

 

 

② In 20 rabbits with 75% blended solution by a closed patch test, the irritation coefficient was 0.11 (the highest rating is 4). The lowest skin irritation.

 

 

③ In humans (19 men and women) with 100% of 0.1ml by a closed patch test, there was no irritation.

 

Irritation in Eyes

① In a rabbit with 100% of 0.1ml, the 1st day showed very little irritation and the 2nd day, the irritation disappeared.

 

 

② In a rabbit with 5.0% blended solution, the 1st day showed minimal irritation and the 2nd day, the irritation disappeared. The irritation coefficient was 6 (the highest value is 110).

 

 

③ In 20 rabbits with 75% blended solution, the 1st day showed the lowest irritation and the 2nd day, the irritation disappeared. The irritation coefficient was 6 (the highest value is 110).

 

Acute toxicity

: Oral intake in rats

Over LD50 >5g/kg

 

: Oral intake in rats

LD50  15g/kg

 

: Intravenous in rats

LD50  640mg/kg

Source of Cancer

: IARC                  Not established.

 

 

: NTP                   Not established.

 

 

: JSOH                  Not established.

 

Source of Mutation

: No information to be noticed.

 

Toxicity based on immersion test

: In a guinea pig, a solution of 0.10% at 37℃ was applied by immersion on fur shaved abdomen for 4 hours in three consecutive days.
The observation after 48 hours showed no symptoms of systemic toxicity but with minimal skin irritation.

 

Continuous test of Skin irritation

① In humans (16 men and women) with 100% for 21 days, no irritation up to day 6. With further application, irritation reactions in 14 people. Total irritation rating was 396 (the highest is 945). Medium irritation.

 

 

② In humans (13 people) with 0.7% blended face cream, one person showed spots on the 3rd day (3rd application) and on the 8th day (8th application). Irritation rating was 2 (the highest is 630). No irritation up to the 6th day. With further application, irritation reaction in 14 people. Systemic irritation rating was 395 (the highest is 945). Medium irritation.

 

 

③ In a human with 21 days of consecutive use of 1.1% blended product, irritation rating was 0.24 (the highest is 84). Weak irritation.

 

Sensitizing potential

① In a human with 0.5ml of 1.08% blended perfume, 3.0% blended sun lotion and 5.0%blended hair mousse, conducted a closed patch test for 10 times in every 48 hours (weekends 72 hours). After stopping for two weeks, retested by a patch in an adjacent area. No irritation or sensitizing potential was observed.

 

 

② In humans (25 people), conducted a maximization test with 10.7 % blended face cream for 48 consecutive hours and 5 times closed patch application. No contact sensitizing potential was observed.

 

Phototoxic property and Photosensitization

① In a human with 0.7% blended face cream, conducted tests by Schwarz-Peck and Draize-Shelanski methods. No irritation was observed.

 

 

② In humans (50 people), improved maximization method was conducted with 3.0% blended suntan product, 3.0% sunburn lotion and 17% blended suntan foam. No phototoxic property or photosensitization was observed.

 

 

 

 

*2-amine-2-methyl-1-propanol

 

Entering into Eyes

: It can cause a burn wound in eyes.

 

Contact with Skin

: Skin irritation may arise.

 

Inhalation

: The mist irritates the mucous. If the substance is at high concentration, the vapor causes irritation.

 

Ingested

: It has a harmful effect. (The mucous membrane is damaged.)

 

Carcinogenicity

: IARC     Not established

 

 

: NTP      Not established

 

 

 

*Copolymer of vinyl acetate, vinylneodecanoate and crotonic acid

 

Skin corrosiveness

: None

 

Irritation (Skin and Eyes)

: There is irritation if it enters eyes. Irritation may arise if the substance comes in contact with skin.

 

 

 

 

*P-(dimethylamino) benzoic acid, 2-EHA

 

Acute toxicity

: Oral intake in rats  LD50 64ml/kg

 


*Liquefied Petroleum Gas

As of this time, there are no reports of toxic properties. However, a label on a container used for a single gas burner or on a portable gas lighter warms that “Liquefied Petroleum Gas should only be used as fuel and should never be inhaled.”

 

*Product hazards: No tests are being conducted concerning safety as a product.


12.Ecological Information

*When there is leakage or disposing the product, care should be taken as there may be effects on the environment.

*Content (as Ethanol)

 

Degradability

: Calculated oxygen demand  2.10mg/l

 

: BOD5

0.93~1.67mg/l

 

: COD

1.99~2.11mg/l

 

: Inhibition of bacterial nitrification.
Inhibits of 50% of ammonia oxidation by Nitrosomonas in 4,100mg/l.

Ecological toxicity

: Orange fin

LC50

11.2g/l・24hr.

 

: A kind of carp

LC50

18~13.4g/l・96hr.

 

: Creek-chub

LC50

7g/l・24hr.

 

: Guppy

LC50

11g/l・7 days

 

 

 

 

Propellant

: Liquefied Petroleum Gas is a low pollutant fuel.


13.Disposal Considerations

When disposing, the gas should first be completely discharged before handling.

Residual Waste

*The liquid remain, after the safe discharge of gas, is equivalent to an industrial waste (waste oil) under Waste Disposal and Public Cleaning Law.

Contaminated Containers and packaging

*To be separately disposed of after the content have been completely used.

 

*When disposing of the product, in addition to following Waste Disposal and Public Cleaning Law, local regulations should be followed as well.


14.Transport Information

Specific Transport Safety Measures

*When being transported, the container temperature should be maintained under 40℃, and the container should be loaded in the ways that there are no tumbling, no falling and no damaging. Prevention of cargo collapse should be firmly undertaken.

Land Transport

*Transport in accordance with Fire Service Law and other regulations.

Sea transport

*Transport in accordance with Ship Safety Law.

Air Transport

*Transport in accordance with Civil Aeronautics Law.


15.Regulatory Information


High Pressure Safety Law

: Not applicable (liquid gas, combustible gas)

Ship Safety Law

: Hazardous material (high pressured gas), medium flash point flammable liquid

Civil Aeronautics Law

: High pressured gas, flammable liquid

Fire Service Law

: Type 4 alcohols

Industrial Safety and Health Law

: Combustible gas, inflammable materials, classified as a hazardous substance required to be informed (Ethanol).

Regulations for the Carriage and Storage of Dangerous Goods in Ships

: IMDG code class 2.1  (UN No. 1950)

Poisonous and Deleterious Substance Control Law

: Contains no designated substances.

Pharmaceutical Affairs Law

: Cosmetics

16.Other Information

*Source:

Liquefied Petroleum Gas MSDS

Raw material MSDS

All material data covered by under Industrial Safety and Health Law

All material data covered by under Act on confirmation, etc. of Release Amounts of Specific Chemical Substances in the Environment and Promotion of Improvements to the Management There of (PRTR Law)

All material data covered by under Poisonous and Deleterious Substance Control Law


*Note:

This information may be revised based on new knowledge.
The information listed here does not guarantee the completeness or the accuracy of the information.
Since there are unknown hazards for all chemical products, the great care is required when handling them. Decision concerning the suitability of this product is to be made under the responsibility of the user.