Farwest Paint Manufacturing Co.
4522 South 133rd Street
Tukwila, Washington, 98168
Sections I-IV (This Page) / Sections V-X (Click Here)
Material Safety Data Sheet
For Coatings and Related Materials
Prep: Feb. 1991  Update: Oct. 1991
Section I  - Product Identification
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Emergency (Chemtrec) (800) 424-9300
Information  (Farwest) (206) 244-8844
Product Number: 695

Product Name: Rynolite Metal Etch

Product Class: Aqueous Acidic Solution

   Hazard Rating
           0             Lowest
           1                  |
           2                  |
           3                  |
           4           Extreme
This Product
   Flammability: 0
   Reactivity: 0
   Personal Protection: J

Section II - Hazardous Ingredients

Ingredient CAS Number Percent (By Weight)





Phosphoric Acid 7664-38-2 30.0% 1 mg/M3 1 mg/M3
Ethylene Glycol Butyl Ether 111-76-2 1.2% 25ppm 25ppm

"Pursuant to Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA) and 40 CFR Part 372, this product contains or may contain a toxic chemical in a quantity subject to the reporting requirements under Section 313"

Section III - Physical Data
Boiling Range: 212 F. (Water) pH: 2.0 Vapor Pressure: 23.8mmHg@25C
Vapor Density: Heavier than Air: XX Lighter than Air:
Evaporation Rate: Faster than Ether: Slower than Ether: XX
Percent Organic Volatile by Volume: 1.6% Solubility in Water: Infinite
VOC: 14 Grams/Liter (Less Water) Reactivity in Water: NIL
Appearance & Odor: Clear aqueous acidic liquid.

Section IV - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flammability Classification: OSHA: Nonflammable Flash Point: N/A. TCC
DOT Proper Shipping Name: Corrosive Liquid. Hazard Class: Corrosive Liquid LEL: N/A      
DOT: Nonflammable
Extinguishing Media: Foam, Dry Chemical, Water or Water Fog.
Special Firefighting Procedures: Water may be used to cool and protect exposed containers. Phosphoric acid in contact with most metals may generate Hydrogren Gas.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: Will not burn; closed containers may burst if exposed to extreme heat or fire.

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