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Material Safety Data Sheet

Trade Name: TKO Blend
Classifications:
Chemical Name & Formula (TSCA Inventory) Cyclohexene 1 methyl-4-(1methylethenyl) (R)-C10H16
Common Names: Citrus terpenes, Orange terpenes, menthadiene
CAS Number: 5989-27-5
WHMIS ClassL Class B- Division 3, Combustible Liquid, Class D-Division 2B

SHIPPING CLASSIFICATIONS:
Proper Shipping Name: CLEANING COMPOUND, N.O.I.
                                       Label/Placard exemption CFR 49 173.150(f))
                                       Highway/Rail per requirements for COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS

FlashPoint (TCC)                                   15degrees F 113degrees F 119degrees F (technical grade, food grade)
Flammable Limits (@ 302F)                  et 0.7% Uel 6.1% (Identified for technical grade only)
Extinguishing Media                             OZ foam and dry chemical
Special Fire Fighting Procedures         CBA Recommended. Smother to exculde air. Do not use water.
                                                              Handle as an oil fire. Firefighters should wear self contained breathing apparatus.
Unusual Fire & Explosive Hazards        Combustible liquid. Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flames. Guard against
                                                              spontaneous cumbustion of improperly discarded oily rags.

Route of Exposure                                Eye, skin, contact, inhalation, ingestion.
Health Hazard from Acute Exposure     Harmful if swallowed. Ingestion may cause vomiting, headache and other medical
                                                              problems. May be irritating to skin and eyes. Skin contact may cause slight
                                                              redness. Contains a potential skin sensitizer. Eye contact can cause moderate to
                                                              high irritation. Inhalation can cause nose, throat, and respiratory tract irritation,
                                                              coughing, headache.
Health Harzard from Chronic
Exposure                                               Prolonged or repeated exposure can cause crying, defatting, and dermatitis of
                                                              skin. D'limonene is NOT listed as a carcinogen by NTP, OSHA, or IAC, FDA and
                                                              WHMIS. List d'limonene as GRAS - "generally recognized as safe."
Medical Conditions General Recognized as Being Aggravated by Exposure: None known.

EMERGENCY & FIRST AID PROCEDURES

EYES:           Remove contact lenses at once. Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, see a physician.
SKIN:           Wash affected area with copious amounts of soap and water. Call a doctor is irritation developd. Completely
                    Decontaminate clothing, shoes, and leather goods before reuse or discard.
INGESTION:            Do not induce vomiting. Rinse mouth with water, then drink one glass of water. Contact physician
                               immediately. Never give anything by mouth is victim is unconscious, is rapidly losing consciousness
                               or is convulsing.
INHALATION:          If symptoms of overexposure are experienced, evacuate to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek
                               medical attention.

TLVs:                       Undetermined by ACGIH                                                              SARA TITLE: III
PELs:                       Undetermined by OSHA                                                               Not listed as reportable substance
Toxicity Data:          R1FM lists acute oral LD50 Rat-5g/kg                                           No reportable quantity (RO) limit
                                Acute dermal LD50 (rabbit)5g/kg
Turnorigenic Data:        PR-Mus TD 4800 mg/kg/8w - I:ETA
                                     ORL-Mus TD 67gn/kg/39/w - I:ETA

STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL RELEASED OR SPILLED:
Use protective gloves to avoid skin contact. Small spill can be wiped up. Large spills should be absorbed by dirt, sand, or
other suitable absorbents for disposal. Do not hose spill down drain, sewers or waterways. D'limonene may be toxic to
aquatic oragnisms. Move leaking containers to well ventilated area. No smoking. Eliminate any source of ignition.
Minimize inhalation. Use NIOSH approved respiratory protection device. CAUTION: Slippery on floor.

Waste Disposal Method: INCINERATE OR DISPOSE IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.
Respiratory Protection: Not normally required, but if vapor concentration becomes high, use self-contained air mask
                                     (NIOSH approved).
Ventilation: Local exhaust should be adequate. Mechanical ventilation otherwise recommended is necessary.
Other Protective Equipment : Emergency eye wash and shower stations.
Appropriate Hygienic Practices: Wash thoroughly after handling.
Personal Protective Equipment: Chemically resistant gloves such as-neoprene, PVC, or butyl. Chemical splash goggles or
                                       face shield for eye protection.