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28906-96-9
000067-64-1
7440-50-8

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                                  SECTION I -IDENTITY INFORMATION
PRODUCT NAME :IT-158 Printed Wire Laminate
CHEMICAL NAME :C-Stagedcured epoxy/glasscomposite
FORMULA :Epoxy/glass
cHEMICAL FAMIL Y :Epoxy~phenol
with glasssubstrate


- HAZARDOUS
SECT! ON II INGREDIENTS




Glycidyl Ether of Bjsphenol- A resin <50 >2000mglkg LD50 28906-96-9
bisphenol-A resin <45 N/A
Aminecatalyst <2 610mg/kg LD50 N/A
Acetone <3 lOOOppm TL V 000067-64-1
GlassFabric 40-70 SeeNote!. N/A
Copper Note2
Foil Varies Not Established 7440-50-8

Note 1.
While no airborne limits have beenestablished glassfabric,a specific TL V of 10
for
mgtm" nas DeeneStaOllsneoror .'rIOTOUS
\Jlass UUSt:.1\ YbL 01 D mg/m {mal
dust and 5 mglm respirablefraction has also beenestablished "Particulatesnot
for
otherwissrequlated.IIIfthis material is usedin a mannerwhich could generatedusts
or particulates(e.g,drilling,grinding,orsanding),AsiaChemicalCorp.
recommends that such dustsbe controlled to theselevels or treatedas "NUISANCE"
PARTICULATES accordingto the recommendations the American Conferenceof
of
GovernmentalIndustrial Hygienists(ACGIH).
Note 2:
Section313 Supplier Notification:
This product may contain coppermetal which is a toxic chemical subjectto the
reporting requirementsof Section313 of the EmergencyPlanning and
Community Right~To-Know Act of 1988(40-CFR-372)




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BOILING POINT:NIA SOLUBILITY IN WA TER:Insoluble
VAPOR PRESSURE AT 20"C :N/ A SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.6-- 1.9g/cm3
VAPOR DENSITY:N/A PH:NI A
VOLA TILE(VOL)%: SOFTENING POINT: 170-180"( (338 -- 358"F) REACTIVITY IN W A TER:Non-reactive
APPERANCE AND ODOR:NO odor green.,
or gold-colored glass reinforced resin sheet
which may be covered with copper cladding
on oneor both sides

SECTION IV ~ PHYSICAL HAZARDS
FLASH POINT:N/ A FLAIvlJv(ABLE LIMITS :N/ A
AUTOIGNITION TEMP:N/A
EXTINGUISHINGMEDIA:Water spray,drychemical,foam,carbon dioxide, halon
or
SPECIALFIREFIGHTINGPROCEDURES:Do enterconfinedfire areawithout a NIOSH
not
approvedself-contained
breathingapparatus.
UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSIONHAZARDS: Handleasa combustiblematerial.Avoid
inhalationof combustionby-products.

STABILITY CONSIDERATIONS:None

INCOMP TffilLITY WIlli: None
A
HAZARDOUSDECOMPOSITIONPRODUCTS:
Not Determined
HAZARDOUSPRODUCTSOF COJvlBUSTION:
Combustion productsdependon temperature, othermaterialpresentandair supply, As
with manyorganicmaterials,Irritating gases,
carbonmonoxide,carbon dioxide,and
aromaticandaliphallo hydrocarbons be formed, Carbonmonoxideis expected
may to
be the most prominent. Hydrogenbromide(HBr)mayalsobe present.




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None known or expected.Inhalationof dustsor particulatesgenerated during machining
operations(dri1ling
~sanding,
grinding etc.) may causeirritation of the respiratorytract.
Ingestion:None known of expected
(Not an expected route of exposure.)
EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
Eyes: In case of contact>lmmediateJyflush with plenty of low-pressure water for at least 20
minutes.Remove contact
any lenses ensure
to thorough
flushing.
Call a physician.
Skin: Promptly washwith soapand water. Removecontaminated clothing and wash
thoroughly beforereuse. If irritation persists,call a physician.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS BEING AGGRA V A TED BY
EXPOSURE:
None known
PRIMARYROUTE OF EXPOSUREIENTRY
Skin or eyecontact(potential for absorptionunknown);Inhalationof dustsfi'om machining
operations possible.
CANCER INFORMATION:
The components this productareNOT listed as carcinogens the National Tocicology
of by
Program(NTF). They are not regulatedas carcinogens the OccupationalSafetyand
by
Health Administration(OSHA). With the exceptionof fibrous glass,none
havebeen
evaluated the internationalAgencyfor Research Cancer(IARC),
by on
IARC hascategorized continueous filament FffiROUS GLASS (the type of fibrous glassused
in textile applicationssuchas manufacturingglassfabric for prepreggingand laminate
manufacture) not classfliablewith respecttohumancarcinogenioity(Group 3), This
as
classificationwas basedon the fact that the evidencefrom human,as well as anumal,studies
evaluated IARC was insufficIent to classifycontinuousfilament fibrous glass. Fiber glass
by
wool(primarily usedfor Insufficient in a variety of application)was classifiedas a possible
humancarcinogenby IARC (Group 2B). This classificationwas primarily basedon studiesin
which experimentallanimalswere exposed wool glassfibers through non-naturalroutes.
to
suchas injection or Implantation.
REPORTED HUMAN EFFECTS:
ITEQ Corporation.,and the supplier of the resin usedin the manufacture this
of
laminatehavenot receivedany reportsof adverse affactsfrom workershandHng this




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product Resinsofthe type usedin this laminateare generallyreportedto be eye and skin
imients.
At present.there is a preponderance evidencewhich supportsthe lack of adversehealth
of
effects of inhaled FIBROUS GLASS DUST. Currently there appears be no epidemiologic
to
evidenceof an associationbetweenfibrous glassexposurein the workplace and lung tumors
in man. However. despitethe accumulatingevidencefor the relative biologic inertness of
Inhaled fibrous glassdust and the resultsof recentapldemlologicstudiesin which no
evidencewas found that the inhalation of fibrous glassdust was associatedwith
carcinogenesis, concernwith regardto the possiblesignificanceto man of the ratfiber
carclnogensis experiments(discussed below) remains.
REPORTED ANIMAL EFFECTS:
Asia Chemical Corp. and the supplier of the resin usedin the manufactureof this
laminatehave not conductedany animal testing with this product.

The results of two-year inhalation studiesin severalspecies have indicatedthat FIBROUS
GLASS DUST causedno pulmonary fibrosis(lung scarring)and only minimal macrophage
reaction (a nonnal defenseresponse a soild foreign body in the lung) In spite ofthe fact
to
that dust concentrations were greaterthan 10-timesthe recommended V. On the other
TL
hand.when fibrous glasswas injected into the trachea,an Inflammation reaction occurred.
Additionally, when very thin and long fibers(O.5urn x 10 um)were injected into the body
cavity of rats of implanted into the chestof rats. sarcomas in someinstances
and
mesotheHomas developed(theseare both types ofturnors),this response was doserelated
The relevanceof theseratfiber carcinogenesis experiments man hasbeendisputedon
to
the basisthat rat tissuesrespond with cancerdevelopment the presence materials
to of
which are not carcinogenicto men and that rat tissuesdevelop masenchymal (body cavity-
type) cancersnot only to large, Insoluble solid with continuoussurfaces,but alsoto discrete
microscopissolid.

-SPILL PROCEDURES AND WASTE DISPOSAL
SECTION VI

SPILL PROCEDURES:
If material is not contaminated.SCOODinto cleancontainersfor use. If it is contaminated,
it
&


scoopit into containersfor disposal.
WASTE DISPOSAL ME TROD:
Landfilling of cured material in a licensedfacility in accordance
with local,andfederal
regulationsin an acceptable disposalmethod.
Refer to SectionViii for specific FederalEnvironmentaland RequlatoryData regardinguse
of dispose!of this product.

-SPILL PROCEDURES AND WASTE DISPOSAL
SECTION VI

APPROPRIATE HYGIENIC PRACTIVES:
A void contact with eyes, skin and clothing
Avoid breathingdust.
Wash thoroughly after handling and before eating,drinking,smoking,orusing toilet facilities.




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Remove contaminated clothing promptly and clean thoroughly before use.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
IMPERVIOUS GLOVES.
Safety glasses.
Appropriate respiratory protection selectedand used in accordancewith OSHA Subpart J
(29 CFR 1910.134) and manufactuer'srecommendationsrequired If cured product is
machined or abraded,releasingdust or fibers,and airborne contaminant is likely to exceed
acceptablelimits.
Appropriate protective clothing.
WORK PRACTICES.:
Eyewash fountains and safety showers should be easily accessible.
HANDLING AND STORAGE PRECAUTIONS:
None
ENGINEERING CONTROLS:
Adequate ventilation should be provided to keep dust concentrationsbelow acceptable
exposurelimits. Discharge from the ventilation system should comply with applicable air
pollution control regu}ations.
PROTECTIVE MEASURES DURING REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE:
Completely isolate and thoroughly clean all equipment,piping,or vesselsbefore beginning
maintenanceor repairs.




The following Environmental and Requlatory data are provided to assist users of this product in
deflining their regulatory environmental compliance obligations. Requlatory infornation
concerning the use or disposal ofthis product has been complied by ITEQ Corporation. and the
vendor of the resin from sources believed to be reliable and to repressentthe most reasonablecurrent
opinion on the subject when the MSDS was prepared. No warranty, quaranty, or representation is
made as to the correctnessor sufficiency of the information. It is Federal and State statutes.

A. PRODUCT COMPOSITION:

CHEMI
PRODUCT(P) or .CAL
TRADE NAME or CAS NUMBER
COMPONENT
COMPONENT NO.

1 Glycidyl Ether ofBisphenol~ A resin 28906-96-9
2 bisphenol-Aresin N/A
3 Amine catalyst 25085~75-0
4 Acetone 79-94-
7
5 G1assFabric N/A
6 CopperFoil 7440-50-8




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B. SARA TITLE III(See Footnotes)
Sec.304
ComponentNo. See302 See311/312 Sec313Toxic
EHS EHS Hazard Category Chemical
and
RQ(lbs) Percent
TPQ(lbs)

1 Noneknown Noneknown HC-I N/A
Noneknown
2 Noneknown HC-2 N/A
Noneknown
3 Noneknown HC-3 N/A
Noneknown
4 Noneknown HC-4 N/A
5 Noneknown Noneknown HC-5 N/A
0 J'Ione Known (\lone Known <..v.;)/o
t1l..,,-1,t1l..,,-L,
Noneknown
7 Noneknown HC-5 N/A
8 Noneknown Noneknown N/A
HC-I,HC-2


C. CERCLA(40 CFR 302.4 HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE & REPORTABLE QUANITIES) N/A

D. RCRAINFORMATION:
This products is not listed in federal hazardous waste regulation 40 CFR 251.33,paragraph
~a) or tI)-l.e., cnemlcal proaucts mat are conSlOereQnazaraous 1I mey oecome wastes. 1t
doesnot exhibit any of the hazardonscharacterisiticslisted in 40 CFR 261,SubpartC, State
or local hazardouswaste regulations may apply if they are different from the federal requlation.

FOOTNOTES:
Sec,302-threshold Planning Quantity,ExtremeIy HazardousSubstance(EHS)
(40CFR 355
EmergencyPlanning and Notification Requlations)

Sec.304-Reportable Quantity for Releases and EHS (40 CFR 355,Appendix A)
of

Sec.3111312.40 CFR 370 HazardousChemical Reporting Requirements"HazardCategories"

Sec.313 - 40 CFR 372 Toxic Chemical REleaseReporting Requirements
,"-"t"-'5Vt I"~.
HC-l Immediate
(acute)healthhazard
TIL.-L. utaayt:u \ ~JlrUJlJ~) llt:alLllllazaru
Fire hazard
HC-3
Sudden release pressure
of
HC-4 hazard
HC-5 Reactive hazard
Sec.313 - 40 CFR372 Toxic Chemical ReleaseReporting ReqUlremen
'ts

This product contains toxic chemicals subject to the reporting requirementsof Section313 of
Title of the Superfund Amendments and ReauthorizationAct of 1988 and 40 CFR Part
372 Toxic Chemical Reporting Requirements.




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