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Material Safety Data Sheet for ProLine ® Bunker
Proline Products, LLC 2905 Commerce Blvd, Guthrie, OK 73044, 866-383-3711
SECTION 2 – Components and Hazard Information*
(A) Components – Product may be handled in two forms: as the binder or neat product contains a rubber extender oil plus a minor amount of an inert polymer. These ingredients are further identified below. In the neat form the product is a viscose brown liquid at ambient temperatures. The flash point in this form is >500 degrees F. The additional information below also applies to this form of the product.
(B) Components – The product in its final form is typically sand/dirt coated with (A)
(chemical & common names) (optional) Cas. No.
Rubber Extender Oil <10 64742-57-0
May contain trace amounts of surfactants <0.01
Other inert (sand/clay) >90
SECTION 3 – Physical & Chemical Characteristics
Sp. Gravity (water = 1) 2 8
Solubility in water: Insoluble
Reactivity in water: Non reactive
Appearance and odor: Brown granular/non to low odor
Melting Point: N/A (not applicable)
LFL (lower) N/A
UFL (upper) N/A
Auto-ignition Temperature: N/A
Carbon dioxide, foam, dry chemical and water fog
container headspace may develop flammable atmosphere.
SECTION 5 – Reactivity Data
Stability Unstable [ ]
Materials to avoid: Strong oxidizing agents
Hazardous decomposition products: In the case of fire and incomplete combustion
– smoke, carbon monoxide, and other decomposition products
Hazardous polymerization: May occur [ ] Will not occur [X]
SECTION 6 – Health Hazards
Eye: Solid or dust may cause irritation or corneal injury due to mechanical action
contact with product may lead to dermatitis in some people
Skin absorption: A simple prolonged exposure is not likely to result in absorption
of harmful amounts. The raw materials used in this product have an acute dermal
LD50 (rabbit) greater than 3.16 g/kg of body weight and a low order of acute
Ingestion: Incidental ingestion of small amounts are not expected to cause any
toxic effects. However, ingestion of large amounts can result in some diarrhea,
nausea, cramps and weakness.
Inhalation: Smoke resulting during production in the case of fire may cause
irritation to eyes and upper respiratory tract.
Emergency and First Aid Procedures
of granules. Consult physician if irritation or pain persist.
Skin: Wipe dry skin after contact. Clean the area with soap and water. If clothing
becomes saturated with oil of this product, remove and launder before reuse. If
oil has penetrated to the inside shoes, remove and clean or discard if saturated.
Trapped materials may sometime cause skin irritation and/or burns.
Ingestion: If a large amount is swallowed, drink water but do not induce vomiting.
Call a physician. Never give any thing by mouth to an unconscious person.
Inhalation: Vapor inhalation under normal use conditions is not a problem. If
Overcome by vapor from hot product in the production process, remove to fresh
air. If breathing is stopped, give artificial resuscitation, administer oxygen. Seek
medical assistance immediately.
SECTION 7 – Special Precautions and Spill/Leak Procedures
with the product name Proline® to avoid someone using it as plain sand.
Following precautions should be taken in case of spills:
regulations. If any questions arise, contact the appropriate agency.
SECTION 8 – Special Protection Information/Control Measures
smoke irritation, use organic cartridge respirator.
Ventilation: Under normal use condition, not necessary. Under manufacturing or
other high heat conditions, use adequate ventilation sufficient to prevent
Skin protection: Avoid unnecessary skin contact. For gross exposure, use
impervious gloves. In case of contact, wash with soap and water.
SECTION 9 – Special Precautions
SECTION 10 – Additional Regulatory Information
under SARA III
The information herein is given in good faith and is believed to be current at this date. However, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made. It is expected that individuals receiving this information will use their judgment in determining the appropriateness for a particular use.