MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Product Name: Bondline 2111
Chemical Name: Epoxy-Silver
Preparation Date: 10/1/1999
Revision Date: 2/4/2004
Section 1: Identification
Bondline Electronic Adhesives
756 N. Pastoria Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA. 94085
Telephone: 408-830-9200 Fax: 408-830-9266
Section 2: Hazardous Ingredients & Section 313 Supplier Notification
TLV per ACGIH1,3 Exposure Limit PEL 2,3
Hazardous Material Cas Number % Codes
7440-22-4 >60.0 .1mg/m
Bisphenol A/Epichlorohydrin Epoxy** 25068-38-6 <20.0
Amine Polymer trade secret <20.0 H
*Silver is not hazardous after it has been blended into epoxy resin. If the Cured adhesive is to be dry sanded or ground, follow recommendations
follow recommendations in section VIII under such circumstances. Wet sanding is recommended to eliminate airborne silver.
** Manufacturer states that this product is an epoxy resin produced by the condensation reaction of Epichlorohydrin and Bisphenol A.
These materials are consumed in the process. Residual levels of Epichlorohydrin are controlled to 1ppm max., in the product.
C = Carcinogen ( OSHA,NTP,IARC) 1= TLV means threshold limit values.
H= Hazardous ( OSHA ) 2= PEL means Permitted exposure limit set fourth by OSHA.
P= California Prop 65 ( Carcinogen ) 3= All exposure limits in mg/m3 values for airborne dust.
A= Superfund Amendments Reauthorization Act(SARA) a= mmpcf million particles per cubic foot of air.
ACGIH= The American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
TWA= TWA means 8 hour time weighted average.
Section 3: Physical Data
Boiling point N/A
Vapor pressure @ 25掳C N/A
Vapor density ( Air = 1 ) >1
Solubility in H O
Appearance Silver paste
Specific gravity 2.86
% Volatile by weight N/A
Evaporation rate N/A
Section 4: Fire and Explosion Hazard Data
Flash point Not Tested
Flammable Limits in Air Not Tested
Extinguishing media Carbon dioxide, dry chem, foam, water fog
Unusual fire & Explosion Hazd. Toxic fumes may be evolved upon exposure to heat or open flame. Exothermic reaction can
occur in large masses.
Special fire fighting procedure Self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing should be worn.
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Section 5: Health and Hazard Information
Effects of overexposure
Inhalation May be harmful if inhaled. Can cause irritation to the nose, throat and respiratory tract, and nausea.
Eye contact Can cause severe irritation to the eyes.
Irritation upon direct contact. Prolonged exposure may result in skin sensitization. Wash skin thoroughly
with soap and water.
First aid & Emergency procedure
Eye contact Flush with water for at least 15 minutes, can cause severe irritation to the eyes. Seek medical attention.
Skin contact Wash immediately with soap and water
Inhaled Remove to fresh air immediately.
Ingestion Seek medical attention immediately and show MSDS.
Suspected cancer agent Product is not considered to be carcinogenic.
Section 6: Reactivity Data
Stability Stable when stored at -40掳C or colder. Will harden at room temperature.
Incompatibility ( materials to avoid ) Strong oxidizing agents
Conditions to avoid Excessive heat or flames
Haz. decomposition products Carbon monoxide, acids, aldehydes
Hazardous polymerization May occur
Section 7: Spill, leak and disposal procedures
Spill or leak Use paper towels to wipe up epoxy. Epoxy will harden at room temperature.
Waste disposal method Cure epoxy at elevated temperature. ( see data sheet ) Can be disposed in land fill.
Section 8: Special protection information
Ventilation Local exhaust is preferred. Use material in a well ventilated work area.
Eye protection Safety goggles.
Gloves Rubber gloves or finger cottles.
Respiratory protection Use NIOSH approved dust mask, or NIOSH approved organic respirator if needed.
Curing ovens vent to outdoors
Section 9: Special precautions
Storage and handling Refrigerated storage at -40掳C or colder is required.
Shelf life 6 months when stored at -40掳C or colder.
Section 10: Regulatory Information
SARA/TITLE III-Toxic Chemicals List: This product contains chemicals subject to the reporting requirements of section 313
of Title III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 part 372.
Cas Number %
TSCA Inventory Status: Chemical components listed on TSCA Inventory
California Prop. 65: This product does contain toxic chemicals currently on the California
list of known carcinogens and reproductive toxins.
Disclaimer: All statements, technical information and recommendations contained herein are based on tests we believe to be accurate, but the accuracy or
completeness thereof is not guaranteed, and the following is made in lieu of warranty express or implied. Seller and manufacturer's only obligation shall be to
replace such quantity of the product proved to be defective. Neither seller nor manufacturer shall be liable for any injury, loss or damage, direct or
consequential, arising from use or inability to use the project. Before using, user shall determine the suitability of the product for his/her intended use, and user
assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith. No statement or recommendation not contained herein shall have any force or effect unless in
an agreement signed by officers of seller and manufacturer.