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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Date Revised: 10/01/08 Page: 1 Z-Grip MSDS Number: 120004 SECTION 1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION Material Identity Product Name: Product Numbers: Product Use:

Z-Grip 100281, 100282, 100283, 100284, 100285, 101282, 101350, 101667, 102282 and 196254 Light weight bodyfiller

Company Emergency Telephone Numbers: Fibre Glass-Evercoat CHEMTREC:1-800-424-9300 a Division of Illinois Tool Works Inc. CANUTEC: 1-613-996-6666 6600 Cornell Road Cincinnati, Ohio USA Phone: 513-489-7600 Prepared By: Safety Department SECTION 2. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Ingredient(s) Polyester Resin (Non-Hazardous) Talc Styrene Calcium Carbonate Inert Filler Magnesite Titanium Dioxide Quartz (Crystalline Silica) CAS Number Proprietary 14807-96-6 100-42-51317-65-3 Proprietary 546-93-0 13463-67-7 14808-60-7 EINECS Number Proprietary 238-877-9 202-851-5 215-279-6 Proprietary 208-915-9 236-675-5 238-878-4 % (by weight) 25 – 30 20 – 25 15 – 20 10 – 15 5 – 10 5 – 10 1–5 0–1

OSHA Regulatory Status: This material is classified as hazardous under OSHA regulations.

SECTION 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION ***EMERGENCY OVERVIEW*** WARNING! FLAMMABLE LIQUID ANDVAPOR. CAUSES EYE, SKIN, NOSE AND THROAT IRRITATION. Potential Health Effects Acute Effects (Short Term): Eye: Contact with liquid or vapor may result in irritation, redness, tearing, and blurred vision. Skin: May cause mild skin irritation. Prolonged or repeated contact may dry the skin. Symptoms may include redness, burning, drying and cracking of skin, and skin burns. Swallowing: Ingestion ofthis material may cause gastrointestinal irritation, nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. Aspiration of this material into the lungs due to vomiting may produce chemical pneumonitis which can be fatal.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Date Revised: 10/01/08 Z-Grip Page: 2 MSDS Number: 120004

Inhalation: Excessive inhalation of vapors may cause nasal and respiratory irritation, acute nervous systemdepression, fatigue, weakness, nausea, headache, and dizziness. Symptoms usually occur at air concentrations higher than the recommended exposure limits (See Section 8). Chronic Effects of Overexposure (Long Term): Styrene: Excessive overexposure to styrene has been found to cause the following effects in humans and may aggravate pre-existing disorders of these organs; central nervous system effects,effects on hearing, mild effects on color vision and respiratory tract damage. Crystalline Silica: Crystalline silica is considered to be hazardous by inhalation, and is a potential human carcinogen (IARC Group 1). The risk depends on the duration and level of exposure to dust from sanding surfaces or mist from spray applications. Crystalline silica may also produce silicosis, which is anon-cancerous lung disease.

Cancer Information: The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has classified styrene as a group 2B carcinogen (possibly carcinogenic to humans). This classification is not based on evidence that styrene may be carcinogenic, but rather on a revised definition for Group 2B, and consideration of new data on styrene oxide(Group 2A). The IARC has classifiedcrystalline silica as a group 1 carcinogen (sufficient evidence of carcinogenicity in humans). Titanium Dioxide is listed by IARC as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B). This listing is based on inadequate evidence of carcinogenicity in humans and sufficient evidence in experimental animals. This material may contain trace amounts of chemicals considered to be carcinogenic by OSHA, (1,3-ButadieneIARC Group 2A). Other Health Effects: NOTICE: Reports have associated repeated and prolonged occupational overexposure to solvents with permanent brain and nervous system damage. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling the contents may be harmful or fatal. Primary Route(s) of Entry: Inhalation, Skin contact, Eye contact, Ingestion, Skin absorption. SECTION 4. FIRST AID...
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