Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
 
Identity:  Life-saving appliances, self-inflating, UN2990, Class 9
Trade Name:  Life Raft, Self Inflating
Part Numbers: 1400-(),1900-(),RAF1104-(), RAF1108-(), RAF1206-(), RAF1210-(),RAF1212-()
Section I
Manufacturers Name:  Survival Products, Inc. Emergency Tel. Number:  1-800-535-5053
Address:  5614 S.W. 25th Street Tel. Number for Info:  954-966-7329
                  Hollywood, FL  33023 Date Prepared:  21 SEP 12
Section II - Hazardous Ingredients/Identity Information
Paints, Preservatives, and Solvents:

%

TLV Units

Alloys and Metallic Coatings:  

%

TLV Units

Pigments

NA

NA

Base Metal NA NA
Catalyst NA

NA

Alloys NA NA
Vehicle NA

NA

Metallic Coatings NA NA
Solvents NA

NA

Filler Metal Plus Coating or Core Flux NA NA
Additives NA

NA

Other NA NA
Other NA

NA

     
Hazardous Mixtures of other Liquids, Solids, or Gases:
1.  Carbon dioxide, UN1013, Class 2.2
2.  Signal devices, hand, UN0373, Class 1.4S
Section III - Physical/Chemical Characteristics
Boiling Point

NA

Specific Gravity H2O=1.0

NA

Vapor Pressure mm Hg

NA

Percent, Volatile By Volume

NA

Vapor Density Air =1.0

NA

Evaporation Rate

NA

Solubility In Water

NA

Appearance and Odor

NA

Section IV - Fire and Explosion Hazard Data
Flash Point (Method Used):  Auto Ignition > 350 degrees F Flammable Limits:  NA LEL:  NA UEL:  NA
Extinguishing Media:  Large volumes of water
Special Fire Fighting Procedures:  Hand signal devices may include material that contains its own oxygen to maintain burning.  Do not try to smother or use dry chemical.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards:  Life raft contains cylinder of gas under pressure which may discharge or rupture under extreme temperatures.  Life raft may contain hand signal devices that are explosive.  These signal devices will burn with intense heat when exposed to fire.  Keep away from flame or flame producing sources.
Section V - Reactivity Data
Stability: Unstable   Conditions to Avoid:  Open Flames, sparks, or high temperatures.
Stable

X

Section VI - Health Hazard Data
Threshold Limit Value:        NA Effects of Overexposure:   NA     Emergency and First Aid Procedure:  NA
Section VII - Precautions for Safe Handling and Use
Steps to be taken in case material is release or spilled:  Hazardous materials are contained in sealed units within packed life raft.  Spills should pose no threat if the sealed units are not breached.  If compressed gas cylinder ruptures, ventilate area.  If hand signal device ruptures, material spilled from unit should be swept away and burned by trained personnel.  Ignition sources must be avoided.  Handle materials with care.
Waste Disposal Method:  Incineration is the preferred method of disposal of the protechnic materials in the hand signal devices.  Any compressed gas released will dissipate into the atmosphere and leave no hazardous waste.  
Section VIII - Control Measures
Respiratory Protection:
Ventilation: Local Exhaust:  NA Special:  NA
Mechanical (General):  NA Other:  NA
Protective Gloves:  NA Eye Protection:  NA Other Protective Equipment:  NA
Section IX - Special Precautions
Precautions to be taken in handling and storing:  These units should be stored in a cool, dry area away from danger of sparks, heat or flame.
Other Precautions:  Do not drop the packed life raft.  Do not pull the inflation lanyard (painter line) on the life raft.  Only lift the packed life raft by the handles on its valise.  Opening the life raft may cause the raft to inflate.  The life raft can cause injury if inflated close to people or in a confined area.