Material Safety Data Sheet
GRAPEFRUIT WHITE MEXICO - Product No: 564
citrus paradisi
ESSENTIAL OIL
Liberty Natural Home
Terms & Definitions
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Identification
FEMA NoNA
CAS No.8016-20-4
Chemical Name
HealthSlightly hazardous.
FlammabilityWill ignite if moderately heated.
ReactivityUnstable if heated.
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Fire, Explosion & Reactivity
Flash Point110F/43C
Extinguishing MediaFOG-No | CO2-Yes | FOAM-Yes | DRY-Yes |
Dot ClassificationNON-HAZARDOUS
StabilitySTABLE
NFPA ClassificationNE
Fire FightingFIRE FIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR GLOVES OF NEOPRENE, FACIAL MASK, BREASTPLATES OF NEOPRENE AND BOOTS OF NONSKID SOLE. SPRAY EXTINGUISHING MEDIA DIRECTLY AT THE BASE OF THE FLAMES. fOAM, DRY CHEMICAL, CARBON DIOXIDE IS SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA. WATER FOG IS NOT SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA.
Unusual Fire HazardNONE
Hazardous Combustable
Decomposition Products
CARBON MONOXIDE AND CARBON DIOXIDE.
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Physical Data
Color & OdorOILY AND CRYSTALLINE LIQUID. OFTEN SHOWING A FLOCCULENT SEPARATION OF WAXY MATERIAL. CHARACTERISTIC ODOR AND TASTE, FRESH CITRUS LIKE ODOR.
Boiling Point171
Melting Point
Vapor Pressure
Vapor Density
Water SolubilityNO
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Protection Data
RespiratoryUSE POSITIVE PRESSURE SELF CONTAINED BREATHING APPARATUS.
VentilationSufficient mechanical (general and/or local exhaust) ventilation toûminimize exposure.
SkinPROTECTIVE GLOVES OIL/CHEMICAL RESISTANT USE.ûFOLLOW GOOD INDUSTRIAL PRACTICE AS TO HOUSEKEEPING, PERSONALûHYGIENE AND AVOID PROLONGED OR REPEATED CONTACT WITH SKIN OR EYES.ûTHIS MATERIAL IS INTENDED FOR MANUFACTURING USE ONLY.
EyePROTECTIVE GOGGLES OR FACIAL MASK USE.
Other
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Occupational Exposure Limit
Threshold LimitNA
OSHA Permissible
Limit
NA
CarcinogenNO
NTP Limit
IARC Limit
OSHA Limit
Carcinogen NotesNot listed as a carcinogen
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Health Hazards
Material TypeNATURAL ESSENTIAL OIL
Health HazardIrritating to skin, eyes throat and lung. The vapor is irritating to the mucous membrane.
Primary Entry RoutesSKIN & INHALATION
Health Hazard
Notes
Hazardous in case of skin contact (irritant), of eye contact (irritant), of ingestion, of inhalation.
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Emergency First Aid
InhalationREMOVE TO FRESH AIR. AVOID GROSS INHALATION OF FUMES.-CONTACT PYSICIAN AS NECESSARY.
Eye Contact REMOVE CONTACT LENSES. FLUSH EYES WITH COOL WATER TO LEAST 15- MINUTES. CONTACT PHYSICIAN.
Skin ContactREMOVE CONTAMINATED CLOTHING. WASH WITH MILD SOAP AND WATER.-IF IRRITATION OCCURS, CONSULT PHYSICIAN.
IngestionOBTAIN MEDICAL ADVICE IMMEDIATELY.
First Aid Notes
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Spill, Leakage & Disposal Procedures
Spill ProceduresABSORB WITH DRY EARTH, SAND OR OTHER NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL. DO NOT-TOUCH SPILLED MATERIAL. PREVENT ENTRY INTO SEWERS, BASEMENTS OR-CONFINED AREAS, DIKE IF NEEDED. ELIMINATE ALL IGNITION SOURCES.-RECYCLE TO PROCESS, IF POSSIBLE.-ABSORB WITH AN INERT MATERIAL AND PUT THE SPILLED MATERIAL IN AN-APPROPRIATE WASTE DISPOSAL.-CONSULT YOUR LOCAL OR REGIONAL AUTHORITIES FOR DISPOSAL.
Waste DisposalFOLLOW FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL GUIDELINES FOR PROPER WASTE DISPOSAL.
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Handling & Shipping Procedures
Handling & Shipping
Procedures
STORE IN A COOL, WELL VENTILATED PLACE AWAY FROM REACTIVE CHEMICALS, SPARK SOURCES, IGNITION, HEAT, DIRECT SUNLIGHT OR OPEN FLAMES. FOLLOW GOOD INDUSTRIAL AND HYGIENIC PRACTICES. CONTAINER SHOULD BE KEPT CLOSED AND PLAINLY LABELED.
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