Material Safety Data Sheet

EUCALYPTUS ESSENTIAL OIL

Terms & Definitions
Info Identification
FEMA No 2466
CAS No. 090028-48-1
Chemical Name  
Health Ordinary combustible hazards in a fire.
Flammability Will ignite if moderately heated.
Reactivity Stable and not reactive with water.
Info Fire, Explosion & Reactivity
Flash Point 121 F
Extinguishing Media FOG-No | CO2-Yes | FOAM-Yes | DRY-Yes |
Dot Classification  
Stability  
NFPA Classification  
Fire Fighting CLOSED CONTAINERS MAY BUILD UP PRESSURE AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES. IF POSSIBLE, CONTAINERS SHOULD BE COOLED WITH A WATER SPRAY. DO NOT USE DIRECT WATERJET ON BURNING MATERIAL.
Unusual Fire Hazard  
Hazardous Combustable
Decomposition Products
CARBON MONOXIDE AND UNIDENTIFIED ORGANIC COMPOUNDS MAY BE FORMED DURING COMBUSTION.
Info Physical Data
Color & Odor MOBLIE LIQUID, COLORLESS TO PALE YELLOW WITH ODOR CHARACTERISTIC, TONIC ASTRINGENT
Boiling Point N/A
Melting Point N/A
Vapor Pressure N/A
Vapor Density N/A
Water Solubility INSOLUBLE
Info Protection Data
Respiratory AVOID TO BREATH DIRECTLY ON THE PRODUCT. APPLY LOCAL VENTILATIONS WHEN APPROPIATE. CAN CAUSE BRATHING DIFFICULTIES.
Ventilation ENSURE GOOD VENTALATION OF THE WORK STATION.
Skin WATERPROOF BOOTS, SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING. AVOID SKIN CONTACT. USE CHEMICALLY RESISTANT GLOVES AS NEEDED.
Eye USE SAFETY GOGGLES.
Other DO NOT APPROACH FACING THE WIND. WASH HANDS WITH SOAP ANS WATER AFTER HANDLING.
Info Occupational Exposure Limit
Threshold Limit N/A
OSHA Permissible
Limit
N/A
Carcinogen NOT A CARCINOGEN OR POTENTIAL CARCINOGEN
NTP Limit  
IARC Limit  
OSHA Limit  
Carcinogen Notes  
Info Health Hazards
Material Type NATURAL ESSENTIAL OIL
Health Hazard LIQUID MAY IRRITATE EYES-LIQUID MAY IRRITATE SKIN-LIQUID MAY CAUSE DERMATITIS
Primary Entry Routes INHALATION-SKIN
Health Hazard
Notes
 
Info Emergency First Aid
Inhalation REMOVE FROM EXPOSURE SITE TO FRESH AIR AND KEEP AT REST.-OBTAIN MEDICAL ADVICE.
Eye Contact RINSE IMMEDIATELY WITH PLENTY OF WATER FOR 10 MINUTES AT LEAST.-CONTACT A PHYSICIAN IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST.
Skin Contact WASH THOROUGHLY WITH SOAP AND WATER; FLUSH WITH PLENTY OF-WATER. TAKE OFF SPOILT CLOTHES. CONTACT A PHYSICIAN IF-SYMPTOMS PERSIST.
Ingestion WASH THE MOUTH WITH WATER; SEEK MEDICAL ADVICE IMMEDIATLEY.
First Aid Notes TAKE RISKS AND SAFETY PHRASES (SECTION 15) INTO ACOOUNT.
Info Spill, Leakage & Disposal Procedures
Spill Procedures CONTAIN SPILLED MATERIAL. COVER WOTH AN INERT, NON-COMBUSTIBLE, INORGANIC-ABSORVENT MATERAIL, OR SWEEP UP, AND REMOVE TO AN APPROVED DISPOSAL CON–TAINER. AVOID OPEN FLAMES OR OTHERS SOURCES OF IGNITION.
Waste Disposal IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL ENVIORMENT LAWS. AVOID DISPOSING INTO DRAINAGE-SYSTEMS AND INTO THE ENVIORMENT.-KEEP AWAY FROM DRAINS, SURFACE AND GROUNDWATER AND SOIL.
Info Handling & Shipping Procedures
Handling & Shipping
Procedures
APPLY ACCORDING TO GOOD MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL HYGEINE PRACTICES WITH PROPER VENTILATION. DO NOT DRINK, EAT OR SMOKE WHILE HANDLING. RESPECT GOOD PERSONAL HYGEINE. STORE IN COOL, DRY AND VENTILATED AREA AWAY FROM HEAT SOURCES AND PROTECTED FROM LIGHT IN TIGHTLY CLOSED ORIGINAL CONTAINER. KEEP AIR CONTACT TO A MINIMUM. KEEP AWAY FROM IGNITION AND NAKED FLAME.
Info SARA 313 Chemical Breakdown
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