Product Name: Lube-Tac
Synonyms: Afro-Lube EP
Generic Name: Industrial oil - ISO 32 or Aero Ep Hydraulic Oil 32
Chemical Family: Petroleum hydrocarbon with tackiness
DOT Proper Shipping Name: Not applicable
ID Number: None
Ingredients: Oil mist, if generated (the identities of ingredients that are trade secrets are excluded from this list)
Agency: OSHA Type: Full term TWA
Emergency and First Aid Procedures
Eye Contact: For direct contact, flush the affected eye(s) with clean water. If irritation or redness develops, seek medical attention.
Skin Contact: Do not use gasolines, thinners, or solvents to remove product from skin. Wipe material from skin and remove contaminated clothing. Cleanse affected area(s) thoroughly by washing with soap and water and, if necessary, a waterless skin cleaner. If irritation or redness develops and persists, seek medical attention.
Inhalation (Breathing): If irritation of nose or throat develops, move away from source of exposure and into fresh air. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. If victim is not breathing or if breathing difficulties develop, artificial respiration or oxygen should be administered by qualified personnel. Seek immediate medical attention.
Ingestion (Swallowing): If victim is conscious and alert, give two to three cups of milk or water to drink. Seek immediate medical attention.
To Physician - Emesis or lavage is not recommended for ingestion.
Potential Adverse Health Effects
Eye Contact: This material may cause eye irritation. Direct contact may cause burning, tearing, and redness.
Skin Contact: This material may cause skin irritation. Prolonged or repeated contact may cause redness, burning, and dermatitis.
Inhalation (Breathing): Exposure to mists, or prolonged or repeated exposure to fumes or vapors that may be generated when this material is heated, may cause irritation of the nose and throat.
Ingestion (Swallowing): Accidental ingestion of this material may cause irritation of the digestive tract.
Comments: Used Motor Oil - Following repeated skin applications, animal studies have shown that used motor and crankcase oils have caused an increased incidence of skin cancer in mice. It is, therefore, recommended that prolonged or repeated contact with motor and crankcase oils be avoided.
Special Protection Information
Ventilation: If current ventilation practices are not adequate in maintaining airborne concentrations below the established exposure limits (see Section I), additional ventilation or exhaust systems may be required.
Respiratory Protection: If airborne concentrations exceed recommended exposure limits, a suitable filter-type respirator should be worn (see Section I).
Protective Gloves: The use of gloves impermeable to the specific material handled is advised to prevent skin contact and possible irritation.
Eye Protection: Approved eye protection to safeguard against potential eye contact, irritation, or injury is recommended.
Other Protective Equipment: It is suggested that a source of clean water be available in the work area for flushing eyes and skin. Barrier creams that are specific for oil-based materials are recommended when gloves are impractical.