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Inhalation ToxicityLC50 ppm200002500500100<100
Inhalation ToxicityVapor GHS Category Level54321
Inhalation Toxicitymg/l gas/vapor2015102<2
Inhalation Toxicitymg/l dust/mist/fume510.50.05<.05
Inhalation ToxicityKey PhrasesNot considered harmfulMay cause breathing difficulties if inhaledHarmful if inhaledToxic if inhaled; May be fatal if swallowed and enters airwaysFatal if inhaled
Inhalation ToxicitySolid GHS Category Level4321
Inhalation ToxicityGHS H PhrasesH333H332, H305H331, H304H330
Oral ToxicityLD50 mg/kg500020001000200<200
Oral ToxicityKey PhrasesNot harmful if swallowedMay be harmful if swallowedHarmful if swallowedToxic if swallowedFatal if swallowed
Oral ToxicityGHS H PhrasesH303H302H301H300
Oral ToxicityGHS Category Level54321
Dermal ToxicityLD50 mg/kg5000200030020050
Dermal ToxicityKey PhrasesNot harmful if comes in contact with skinMay be harmfulHarmful in contact with skinToxic in contact with skinFatal in contact with skin
Dermal ToxicityGHS H PhrasesH313H312H311H310
Dermal ToxicityGHS Category Level54321
Respiratory IrritationKey PhrasesNon-irritating; Adequate data available, and negative studies, no structural alerts, and GHS not classified.Evidence in humans and animals shows slight or minor reversible respiratory irritation effectsEvidence in humans or animals shows mild reversible respiratory irritation effects; Low to moderate frequency of occurrenceEvidence in humans or animals shows reversible respiratory irritation effects; High frequency of occurrence; Sensitizing SubstanceExisting human and animal data, in vitro data or information from structurally related compounds shows irreversible damage to the respiratory system
Respiratory IrritationGHS H PhrasesH335H334
Respiratory IrritationGHS Category LevelNot classified by GHS and no structural alerts 1B1A1
Dermal IrritationKey PhrasesNon-irritating; Adequate data available, and negative studies, no structural alerts, and GHS not classified.Slight or minor reversible skin irritation effectsMild reversible skin irritation effects; Mild irritantReversible skin irritation effects; IrritantExisting human and animal data, in vitro data or information from structurally related compounds shows irreversible skin burns; Corrosive
Dermal IrritationGHS Category Level31C, 21B1A, 1
Dermal IrritationGHS H PhrasesH316, H317H315H314
Eye IrritationKey PhrasesNon-irritating; Adequate data available, and negative studies, no structural alerts, and GHS not classified.Slight or minor reversible eye irritation effectsMild reversible eye irritation effects; Mildly irritatingReversible irritation effects on the eyes from single or repeated exposure; IrritatingExisting human and animal data, in vitro data or information from structurally related compounds shows irreversible eye damage; Irreversible
Eye IrritationGHS H PhrasesH320H319H318, H314
Eye IrritationGHS Category Level2, 2B2A1
Exposure LimitsPEL/TLV ppm200100255<5
Exposure Limits PEL/TLV (dusts/particles) mg/m310510.1<0.1
Exposure LimitsGHS Category Level4321
IDLHppm10005005010<10
HealthNFPA/HMIS 0,1,2,3,401234
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CarcinogenIARC Category432B2A1
CarcinogenEPA CLASS CategoryEDCBA
CarcinogenACGIH CategoryA5A4A3A2A1
CarcinogenOSHA CategoryNo components are listed as carcinogens by OSHA21
CarcinogenKey PhrasesNo component present at greater than or equal to 0.1% as probable, possible or confirmed human carcinogenECHA -Suspected carcinogen - Limited evidence of human or animal carcinogenicity; Suspected of causing cancerNTP -Reasonable anticipated to be a human carcinogen; ECHA -Presumed Human Carcinogen - Based on demonstrated animal carcinogenicity; May cause cancer; May cause cancer by inhalationNTP - Known to be a human carcinogen; ECHA - Known or presumed carcinogen; Known Human Carcinogen - based on human evidence
CarcinogenGHS H PhrasesH351H350
CarcinogenGHS Category21B1/1A
CarcinogenProp 65 CategoryNo; not listed on prop 65Yes; if not otherwise classified
Mutagen/ TeratogenKey PhrasesTested with no signs of mutagenicityNot expected to be mutagenic in humansSuspected of causing genetic defects; Suspected/Possible - May induce heritable mutations in human germ cells, Positive evidence from tests in mammals and somatic cell tests, In vivo somatic genotoxicity supported by in vivo mutagenicityMay cause genetic defects (exposure causes the hazard); May cause heritable genetic damage; Positive results in: In vivo heritable germ cell tests in mammals, Human germ cell tests, In vivo somatic mutagenicity tests, combined with some evidence of germ cell mutagenicityKnown/Presumed - Known to produce heritable mutations in human germ cells; Positive evidence from epidemiological studies
Mutagen/ TeratogenGHS H PhraseH341H340
Mutagen/ TeratogenGHS Category21B1/1A
Reproductive/ DevelopmentalKey PhrasesTested with no signs of reproductive/ development toxicity Not expected to have reproductive effectsSuspected- human or animal evidence possibly with other information; Additional Category - Effects on or via lactation; Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn childPresumed - based on Experimental Animals; May damage fertility or the unborn child; May cause harm to breast-fed childrenKnown or presumed to cause effects on human reproduction or on development; Based on human evidence
Reproductive/ DevelopmentalGHS H PhrasesH360;H362H361
Reproductive/ DevelopmentalGHS Category21B1/1A
Reproductive/ DevelopmentalProp 65 CategoryNo; not listed on prop 65Yes; if not otherwise classified
NeurotoxicityGHS Category - STOT - Single Exposure321
NeurotoxicityGHS Category - STOT - Repeated Exposure21
NeurotoxicityKey PhrasesMay cause respiratory irritation; Or May cause drowsiness or dizzinessMay cause damage to organs (or state all organs affected, if known) (state route of exposure if no other routes of exposure cause the hazard)Causes damage to organs (or state all organs affected, if known) (state route of exposure if no other routes of exposure cause the hazard)
NeurotoxicityGHS H PhraseH336H373
Respiratory Sensitivity/ DiseaseAsthmagen Type (AOEC Database)RRs; Rr; RrsG
Respiratory Sensitivity/ DiseaseKey PhrasesKnown to not cause respiratory sensitization; Only negative test resultsMay cause respiratory irritationMay cause allergy or asthma symptoms or breathing difficulties if inhaled; May cause sensitization by inhalationSensitizer; Asthmagen; Substances showing a high frequency of occurrence in humans; probability of occurrence of a high sensitization rate in humans based on animals or other tests
Respiratory Sensitivity/ DiseaseGHS H PhraseH335H334
Respiratory Sensitivity/ DiseaseGHS Category1B1/1A
Endocrine System EffectsEU - Priority Endocrine Disruptor3a3b21
Endocrine System EffectsEU - SVHCEquivalent Concern - Candidate List
Endocrine System EffectsChemSec - SINYes; Endocrine Disruption
Endocrine System EffectsOSPARYes; Endocrine Disruption
Endocrine System EffectsTEDXYes
Endocrine System EffectsKey PhrasesEndocrine Disrupting Potential; At least some in vitro evidence of biological activity related to endocrine disruptionEvidence of endocrine disrupting activity in at least one species using intact animals
Other Chronic Organ EffectsKey PhrasesMay cause damage to organs; Possible risk of irreversible effects; May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposureCauses damage to organs; Danger of very serious irreversible effects; Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure; Danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure
Other Chronic Organ EffectsGHS H-Phrase - Single ExposureH371H370
Other Chronic Organ EffectsGHS Category - STOT -Single ExposureSubstance/mixture not classified as STOT, single exposure.321
Other Chronic Organ EffectsGHS H-Phrase - Repeated ExposureH373H372
Other Chronic Organ EffectsGHS Category - STOT - Repeated ExposureSubstance/mixture not classified as STOT, repeated exposure.21
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Acute Aquatic ToxicityAcute Fish LC50 (mg/l)10050101<1
Acute Aquatic ToxicityAcute Algae (or other aquatic plant) EC50 (mg/l)10050101<1
Acute Aquatic ToxicityKey PhrasesNot considered harmful to aquatic lifeNo data, but some grounds for concernHarmful to aquatic lifeToxic to aquatic lifeVery toxic to aquatic life
Acute Aquatic ToxicityGHS H PhrasesH402H401H400
Acute Aquatic ToxicityGHS Category levelNot ClassifiedAcute 3Acute 2Acute 1
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataNOEC (NOAEC) or ECx (mg/l)0.10.01<0.01
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataChV mg/l10510.1<0.1
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataKey PhrasesNot harmful to aquatic lifeNot expected to be harmful to aquatic lifeMay be dangerous for the environmentToxic to aquatic life with long lasting effectsVery toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataGHS H PhrasesH412, H413H411H410
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataGHS CategoryChronic 3Chronic 2Chronic 1
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - NOT Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate Datamg/l0.10.01< 0.01
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - NOT Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataKey PhrasesMay cause long lasting harmful effects to aquatic lifeHarmful to aquatic life with long lasting effectsToxic to aquatic life with long lasting effectsVery toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects
Chronic Aquatic Toxicity (fish, crustacea or algae) - NOT Rapidly Degradable, with Adequate DataGHS Category levelChronic 4Chronic 3Chronic 2Chronic 1
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PersistenceWater t1/2 Days016406060
PersistenceWater Signal WordsMeets 10-day window in ready biodegradation testGHS rapid degradabilityRecalcitrant
PersistenceAir t1/2 Days1235>5
PersistenceAir Signal WordsRecalcitrant
PersistenceSoil/Sediment t1/2 Days01660180>180
PersistenceSoil/Sediment Signal WordsMeets 10-day window in "ready biodegradation test"GHS "rapid degradability"Recalcitrant
PersistenceKey PhrasesNot persistentNot expected to be persistentNot determinedSlow environmental degradationResistant to environmental degradation
Rapid Degradability28-day Study: % Breakdown Dissolved Organic Carbon70656055<55
Rapid Degradability28-day Study: % Based on O2 or CO260555045<45
Rapid DegradabilityBOD Half-life (days)410100500>500
Rapid DegradabilityHydrolysis Half-life (days)410100500>500
Rapid DegradabilityKey PhrasesReadily degradableBiodegradableNot DeterminedNot likely to biodegradeNot Degradable
Bioconcentration/ BioaccumulationLog Kow / Pow2456>6
Bioconcentration/ BioaccumulationBAF/BCF (l/kg)10050010005000>5000
Bioconcentration/ BioaccumulationOn Canada EPA Domestic Substances ListBioaccumulative
Bioconcentration/ BioaccumulationKey PhrasesWill not bioaccumulateNot likely/expected to bioaccumulatepotential to bioaccumulateNot DeterminedWill bioaccumulate
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Greenhouse GasGWP Relative to CO230300100010000>10000
Greenhouse GasY/NNY
Ozone DepletorODP Units00.0010.010.1>0.1
Ozone DepletorGHS H PhraseH420
Ozone DepletorOzone ClassificationNot ClassifiedSNAP approved but with ODPClass IIClass I Group V, VI, VII, VIIIClass I Group I, II, III, IV
Acid Rain FormationY/NNY
Acid Rain FormationKey PhrasesDoes not contain SO2 or NOxProduct may form SO2 or NOx upon combustionContains SO2 or NOx
NESHAPY/NNY
NESHAPKey PhrasesNot listed as EPA hazardous air pollutantNot considered to be a hazardous air pollutantListed as EPA hazardous air pollutant
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Vapor Pressuremm Hg0.05110200>200
Flammability: LiquidNFPA/HMIS 0,1,2,3,401234
Flammability: LiquidGHS H PhraseH227H226H225H224
Flammability: LiquidGHS Category level4321
Flash point: Liquiddeg C9360452510
Flash point: LiquidKey PhrasesNo Flash point-will not burnCombustible liquidFlammable liquidHighly flammable liquidExtremely flammable liquid
Flammability: GasGHS H PhraseH221, H223H220, H222
Flammability: GasGHS Category Level21B1A
ReactivityNFPA/HMIS 0,1,2,3,401234
ReactivityGHS H PhraseH204, H205, H290, H252, H272H201, H202, H250, H251, H261, H270H200, H240, H241, H242, H260, H271
ReactivityGHS Category LevelGE,FC,DA,B
pHpH Units76-7 or 7-85-6 or 8-92-5 or 9-11.51-2 or 11.5-14
pHKey PhrasesNeutral/Not ApplicableMildly acidic, mildly alkalineAcidic, alkalineStrong acid, causticHighly acidic, highly caustic
CorrosivityKey PhrasesNot corrosiveMildly corrosiveCorrosiveHighly CorrosiveCorrosion rate on either steel or aluminum surfaces exceeding 6.25 mm per year at a test temperature of 55?C when tested on both materials;
CorrosivityGHS Category Level1
OdorKey PhrasesOdorlessSlight odorMild odorStrong odorPungent or irritating odor
Volatile Organic Compoundg/l2550100300>300
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HeatWBGT, deg C25273032>32
Noise GenerationdBA/hr80/no limit85/888/490/2>90.00/1.5
VibrationClass 1 Small Machine (mm/s)0.711.84.57.1
VibrationClass 2 Medium Machine (mm/s)1.122.87.111.2
VibrationClass 3 Large Rigid Foundation (mm/s)1.84.57.118
VibrationClass 4 Large Soft Foundation (mm/s)1.84.511.228
Ergonomic HazardOccurenceRare, unlikely and improbableUnlikely/ remotePossibleLikely and probableConstant/ almost certain
Ergonomic HazardHazard LevelInsignificant, no injury, no impact on timeMinor injury/illness, minor impact on time lostModerate injury, lost timeMajor long term injury or health effect or permamaent disabilityCatastrophic - kill or cause permamanent disablity or ill health
Psychosocial HazardWork Overload and Pace: Work Load Process improves workloadProcess contributes to underloadProcess contributes to work overload
Psychosocial HazardWork Overload and Pace: Machine PacingAdequate machine pacingHigh/low machine pacing
Psychosocial HazardWork Overload and Pace: Time ConstraintsProcess improves time constraints/ deadlinesProcess creates time pressure/deadlines
Psychosocial HazardWork Schedule: Shift WorkProcess normalizes shift workProcess creates irregular shift workProcess creates excessive shift work
Psychosocial HazardWork Schedule: Work IsolationProcess eliminates isolation workProcess requires restricted accessProcess creates isolation of worker
Psychosocial HazardControlProcess includes worker input Process allows for minor changes in real-time by workerProcess provides worker with access to supervisor about needed changesProcess doesn't allow for workers to participate in decision processChanges in process lead to excessive production failures
Psychosocial HazardWork Environment & Equipment: Equipment StabilityImproved equipment quality and suitabilityInadequate equipment availability, suitability or maintenance
Psychosocial HazardWork Environment & Equipment: Work SpaceImproves work space and surrounding conditionsPoor environmental conditions, lack of space, poor lighting, excessive noise
High Pressure SystemPressure (Delta % Change From Ambient)02050100>100
High Temperature SystemTemperature (Delta % Change From Ambient)02050100>100
Water Use% Water Change>75% reduction50% reduction<25% reduction25% increase>50% increase
Water UseReuse>75% reuse50% reuse<25 reuse25% discharge>50% discharge
Energy Use% Energy Change>50% reduction25% reduction<10% reduction25% increase>50% increase
Energy Use% Renewable Energy30251550
Exposure PotentialOccurence: Near CertainNegligible hazardMinor hazardCatastrophic hazard; critical hazard; marginal hazard
Exposure PotentialOccurence: Highly LikelyNegligible hazardMinor hazardMarginal hazardCatastrophic hazard; critical hazard
Exposure PotentialOccurence: LikelyMinor hazardMarginal hazardCritical hazardCatastrophic hazard
Exposure PotentialOccurence: UnlikelyMarginal hazardCritical hazardCatastrophic hazard
Exposure PotentialOccurence: RemoteMarginal hazardCritical hazardCatastrophic hazard
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Upstream EffectsKey PhrasesEliminates suppliers use of hazardous materials and reduces use of energy, water, and resourcesEliminates suppliers use of hazardous materials or reduces use of energy, water, and resourcesProcess reduces suppliers use of hazardous materials, energy, water and other resourcesProcess requires suppliers to use hazardous materials or excess energy, water, and other resourcesProcess requires suppliers to use hazardous materials, and excess energy, water, and other resources
Consumer HazardKey PhrasesProduct contains no hazardous componentsProduct contains hazardous components with no consumer exposure potentialProduct contains hazardous components with low consumer exposure potentialProduct contains hazardous components with consumer exposure potential
Disposal Hazard (landfill, incineration)Key PhrasesPrevents/ reduces amount of waste material being createdCreates some concern for air, water or land Creates concern for air, water or land and disposed of as hazardous wasteCauses contamination of air, water OR landCauses contamination of air, water AND land
Reportable QuantityPounds50001000100101
Recycling% Recyclable at End of Life100755025<25
RecyclingUses Products With % Recycled Material907525<250
Renewable to Nonrenewable Resource % Renewable Materials75502550
Renewable to Nonrenewable Resource Key Wordsrenewablecontains 50% renewable materialscontains 25% renewable materialscontains 10% renewable materialsnonnrenewable materials