Material Safety Data Sheet
ORANGE SWEET FCC FLORIDA - Product No: 58
citrus sinensis
ESSENTIAL OIL
Liberty Natural Home
Terms & Definitions
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Identification
FEMA No2825
CAS No.8028-48-6
Chemical Name
HealthSlightly hazardous.
FlammabilityWill ignite if moderately heated.
ReactivityStable and not reative with water.
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Fire, Explosion & Reactivity
Flash Point49C 120F
Extinguishing Media CO2-Yes | FOAM-Yes | DRY-Yes |
Dot ClassificationCLASS B:
StabilitySTABLE
NFPA Classification
Fire FightingSMOTHER TO EXCLUDE AIR. DO NOT USE WATER. HANDLE AS AN OIL ON FIRE. CLASS B FORE PROCEDURES. FIREFIGHTERS SHOULD WEAR SELF-CONTAINED BREATHING APARATUS.
Unusual Fire HazardCOMBUSTIBLE LIQUID. KEEP AWAY FROM HEAT, SPARKS, AND OPEN FLAME. GUARD AGAINST SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION OF IMPROPERLY DISGARDED OIL RAGS.
Hazardous Combustable
Decomposition Products
WHEN HEATED TO DECMPOSITION D-LIMONENE EMITS ACRID SMOKE, FUMES, CO AND CO2.
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Physical Data
Color & OdorBRIGHT & CLEAR; YELLOW TO ORANGE LIQUID; CHARACTERISTIC ODOR OF FRESH SWEET ORANGE PEEL
Boiling Point310
Melting Point
Vapor Pressure2MMHG
Vapor Density
Water SolubilityNOT SOLUBLE
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Protection Data
RespiratoryAVOID EXCESSIVE BREATHING OF VAPORSûIF VAPOR CONCENTRATION BECOMES HIGH, USE SELF-CONTAINED AIR MASK (NIOSHûAPPROVED).
VentilationLOCAL EXHAUST - YESûMECHANICAL EXHAUST - YES, OTHERWISE RECOMMENDED IF NECESSARY.
SkinOIL CHEMICALLY RESISTANT GLOVES SUCH AS NEOPRENE, PVC, OR BUTYL.
EyeCHEMICAL SPLASH GOGGLES OR FACE SHIELD.
OtherOIL RESISTANT APRON PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT: PUMPS, FANS, ETC. EXPLOSION PROOFED MOTORS.
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Occupational Exposure Limit
Threshold LimitNOT ESTABLISHED FOR D-LIMONENE OR CITRUS OILS
OSHA Permissible
Limit
CarcinogenNOT A CARCINOGEN OR POTENTIAL CARCINOGEN
NTP Limit
IARC Limit
OSHA Limit
Carcinogen Notes
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Health Hazards
Material TypeCOLD PRESSED FRUIT OIL
Health HazardLIQUID MAY IRRITATE EYES-LIQUID MAY IRRITATE SKIN-LIQUID MAY CAUSE DERMATITIS
Primary Entry RoutesINHALATION-SKIN-EYE-INGESTION
Health Hazard
Notes
AVOID STRONG ACIDS & BASES (VOLATILE IN THE PRESENCE). HANDLE SIMILAR TO D-LIMONENE CITRUS OILS AND LIMONENE MAY BE MODERATE IRRITANT TO SKIN, EYES, THROAT & RESPIRATORY PASSAGES. PROLONGED OR REPEATED EXPOSURE CAN CAUSE DRYING, DEFATTING, AND DERMATITIS.
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Emergency First Aid
InhalationREMOVE PERSON TO VENTALATED AREA. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST SEEK-MEDICAL ATTENTION.
Eye ContactREMOVE CONTACTS IMMEDIATLY. FLUSH WITH WATER FOR AT LEAST 15-MINUTES. IFIRRITATION PERSISTS, SEEK A PHYSCIAN.
Skin ContactWASH AFFECTED AREA WITH COPIUS AMOUNTS OF SOAP AND WATER. CALL-A DOCTOR IF IRRITATION DEVELOPES. COMPLETELY DECONTAMINATE-CLOTHING, SHOES, AND LEATHER GOODS BEFORE RE-USE OR DISCARD.
IngestionDO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. RINSE MOUTH WITH WATER, THEN DRINK-ONE GLASS OF WATER. CONTACT A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATLEY. NEVER-GIVE ANYTHING BY MOUTH IF VICTIM IS UNCONSCIOUS, IS RAPIDLY-LOSING CONSCIOUSNESS, OR IS CONVULSING.
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Spill, Leakage & Disposal Procedures
Spill ProceduresUSE PROTECTIVE GLOVES TO AVOID SKIN CONTACT.-SMALL SPILLS: WIPE UP WITH PAPER RAGS ANS PLACE IN CLOSED METAL CONTAINERS.-LARGE SPILLS:ABSORBED BY DIRT, SAND, OR OTHER SUITABLE ASORBANTS FOR DIPOSAL-USE NON-FLAMMABLE ABSORBANT. KEEP AREA FREE FROM FLAME AND OR SPARKS.-DO NOT HOSE SPILLS DOWN DRAINS, SEWERS, OR WATERWAYS. D-LIMONENE MAY BE-TOXIC TO AQUATIC ORGANISMS. 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 DisposalHANDLE THROUGH EPA SPILL CONTROL PLAN;-VIA LAND FILL AND/OR DILUTION AND SPRAY FIELD APPLICATION.-INCINERATE OR DISPOSE IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL-REGULATIONS.
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Handling & Shipping Procedures
Handling & Shipping
Procedures
STORE IN WELL-FILLED INERT GAS-PURGED DRUMS NOT TO EXCEEN 68 F (20c) TO PREVENT OXIDANT AND PERSERVE QUALITY. SHOULD USE EPOXY LINED OR FLAVOR FREE PHENOLIC CONTAINERS.
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SARA 313 Chemical Breakdown
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