|Product Identifier: ||FIBERFRAX® CERAMIC FIBER PRODUCTS|
FIBERFRAX® HIGH PURITY FIBERS: HP-ODB; Module Trim; MT-HP; HP-Chopped; H Bulk; Regular Bulk, Spun Bulk, Fiberfrax FPP Fiber.
FIBERFRAX® 6000 SERIES FIBERS: All bulk fibers from 6000-AAA to 6100-ZZZ, 6900-70A to 6900-99Z.
FIBERFRAX® 7000 SERIES FIBERS: 7000-AA to 7100-ZZ.
FIBERFRAX® MILLED FIBERS: EF-119; HP Ball Milled A; HP Ball Milled B; HP Ball Milled C/D
FIBERFRAX® HIGH INDEX FIBERS: W-657; W-707; W-758; HS-95C; MX-135-CW; MX-400-CW; HS-70; HS-70C.
FIBERFRAX® HSA™ FIBERS: HSA-K; HSA-HP.
FIBERFRAX® KAOLIN FIBERS: K-Chopped; KMTX; MT; MTX; MT-T; MX-150.
Durablanket® AC; Durablanket® HP; Durablanket® HP-S; Durablanket® S; Durablanket® Strip; Tank Car Insulation; TCB; QSB600; QSB800; FIBERMAT®; LO-CON™ BLANKET
FIBERFRAX® BINDERLESS PAPERS: 972-AH; 972-FH; 972-JH; 882-FH; 882-JH; HSA-F without binder; HSA-J without binder.
|Manufacturer/Supplier:||Unifrax I LLC|
2351 Whirlpool St.
Niagara Falls, NY 14305-2413
|Product Stewardship Information Hotline|
1-800-322-2293 (Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST)
|For additional SDSs, visit our web page, http: //www.unifrax.com or call Unifrax Customer Service at (716) 278-3800|
|Emergency Phone Number:||CHEMTREC will provide assistance for chemical emergencies. Call 1-800-424-9300|
MANUFACTURER’S RESPIRATORY PROTECTION RECOMMENDATIONS
WHEN HANDLING RCF PRODUCTS
|Respirable Airborne Fiber Concentration|
(levels are 8-hr. time-weighted averages)
|Not yet determined but expected to be below REG/PEL/OEL based on operation||A respirator with a filter efficiency of at least 95% |
|"Reliably" less than REG/PEL/OEL||See recommendation below for individual worker requests|
|Up to 10 times of REG/PEL/OEL||A single use respirator or half-face, air purifying respirator with a filter efficiency of at least 95%|
|Up to 50 times of REG/PEL/OEL||Full-facepiece, air purifying respirator equipped with a NIOSH certified particulate filter cartridge with a filter efficiency of at least 95% or PAPR|
|Greater than 50 times of REG/PEL/OEL||PAPR with tight-fitting full facepiece or a supplied air respirator in continuous flow mode|
|When individual workers request respiratory protection as a matter of personal comfort or choice where exposures are "reliably" below 0.5 f/cc||A NIOSH certified respirator, such as a single use particulate respirator with a filter efficiency of at least 95%.|
|EPA:||Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III - This product does not contain any substances reportable under Sections 302, 304, 313, (40 CFR 372). Sections 311 and 312 (40 CFR 370) apply (delayed hazard).|
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) - RCF has been assigned a CAS number; however; it is an "article" under TSCA and therefore exempt from listing on the TSCA inventory.
Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) and the Clean Air Act (CAA) - This product contains fibers with an average diameter greater than one micron and thus is not considered a hazardous air pollutant.
|OSHA:||Comply with Hazard Communication Standards 29 CFR 1910.1200 and 29 CFR 1926.59 and the Respiratory Protection Standards 29 CFR 1910.134 and 29 CFR 1926.103.|
|California:||“Ceramic fibers (airborne particles of respirable size)” is listed in Proposition 65, The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 as a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.|
|Other States:||RCF products are not known to be regulated by states other than California; however, state and local OSHA and EPA regulations may apply to these products. If in doubt, contact your local regulatory agency.|
|ACGIH:||American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists|
|ADR:||Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (International Regulation)|
|CAA:||Clean Air Act|
|CAS:||Chemical Abstracts Service|
|CERCLA:||Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act|
|DSL:||Domestic Substances List|
|EPA:||Environmental Protection Agency|
|f/cc:||Fibers per cubic centimeter|
|HEPA:||High Efficiency Particulate Air|
|HMIS:||Hazardous Materials Identification System|
|IARC:||International Agency for Research on Cancer|
|IATA:||International Air Transport Association|
|IMDG:||International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code|
|mg/m³:||Milligrams per cubic meter of air|
|mmpcf: ||Million particles per cubic meter|
|NFPA:||National Fire Protection Association|
|NIOSH:||National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health|
|OSHA:||Occupational Safety and Health Administration|
|29 CFR 1910.134 & 1926.103:||OSHA Respiratory Protection Standards|
|29 CFR 1910.1200 & 1926.59:||OSHA Hazard Communication Standards|
|PEL:||Permissible Exposure Limit (OSHA)|
|PIN:||Product Identification Number|
|PNOC:||Particulates Not Otherwise Classified|
|PNOR:||Particulates Not Otherwise Regulated|
|PSP:||Product Stewardship Program|
|RCRA:||Resource Conservation and Recovery Act|
|REL:||Recommended Exposure Limit (NIOSH)|
|RID:||Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail (International Regulations)|
|SARA:||Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act|
|SARA Title III:||Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act|
|SARA Section 302:||Extremely Hazardous Substances|
|SARA Section 304:||Emergency Release|
|SARA Section 311:||MSDS/List of Chemicals and Hazardous Inventory|
|SARA Section 312:||Emergency and Hazardous Inventory|
|SARA Section 313:||Toxic Chemicals and Release Reporting|
|STEL:||Short Term Exposure Limit`|
|SVF:||Synthetic Vitreous Fiber|
|TDG:||Transportation of Dangerous Goods|
|TLV:||Threshold Limit Value (ACGIH)|
|TSCA:||Toxic Substances Control Act|
|TWA:||Time Weighted Average|
|WHMIS:||Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (Canada)|