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Poly Rubber

Uncured Poly compounds may cause skin or respiratory irritation or sensitization if improperly handled. Avoid skin and eye contact with the uncured material. If skin contact occurs, remove with waterless hand cleaner or alcohol then soap and water. In case of eye contamination, flood with water and call physician. Use only with adequate ventilation. If there is any doubt about adequacy of ventilation, a mask with air purifying cartridges for organic vapors should be worn when using Part A. Poly elastomer are not to be used where food or prolonged body contact may occur. Read MSDS on container labels prior to use.

Ingredients are trade secrets but mostly non-hazardous. Trace amounts of mercury are in all but 74-65B and 75B (less than 0.04%); aromatic diamine less than 25% in all part B's.

Part B and A
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Solubility in water: slight.
Flash point: Above 200F
Extinguishing Media: Water fog, foam, CO2, dry chemical
Thermal Stability: Stable
Materials to Avoid: None
Hazardous Polymerization: Will not occur
Hazardous Decomposition Products: NOx, CO, Hg vapor
Carcinorgenic Ingredients; OSHA, NTP, IARC: None
Precautions: Avoid skin and eye contact
Spill Procedure: Soak up on absorbent material, wash with soap and water.
Waste Disposal: Dispose in accordance with local regulations concerning mercury-containing waste

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