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November 2, 2018 | Author: Fahmy Munawar Cholil | Category: Firefighting, Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Personal Protective Equipment, Combustion, Hypothermia
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PRODUCT :LPG mix Date : May 1, 2007

PERTAMINA

Material Safety Data Sheet 

1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT/COMPANY PRODUCT/COMPANY IDENTIFICATION IDENTIFICATION Product Name:

LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas )

Tradenames / Synonyms: elpiji MSDS Code:

LPG-mix-001-PTM

Date: Manufacture: Distributor:

May 1, 2007 Revised: 0 PERTAMINA, Indonesia PERTAMINA, Direktorat Pemasaran & Niaga unit Gas Domestik Gedung Utama Pertamina Lt 12 Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur 1A, Jakarta 10110, Indonesia Phone: 62-21-3815137,- 3815569 Facs.: 62-21-3846943,-3843773 PERTAMINA, Pemasaran Gas Domestik Phone: 62-21-3815137,- 3815569 Facs.: 62-21-3846943,-3843773 62-21-3815964

Product Information:

Medical Emergency:

2. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Component

CAS Number

1. Ethane

74-84-0

0.2 % Max.

2. Propane

74-98-6

97.50 % (C3 + C4) Min.

3. Iso-butane

75-28-5

4. N-butane

106-97-8

5. Pentane and heavier

68476-43-7

Traces

6. Ethyl Mercaptan

67-56-1

50 ml/100 AG Min.

* Pentane as n-Pentane

3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION IDENTIF ICATION

3.1. EMERGENCY OVERVIEW: Health Hazards:

Danger, may cause cardiac sensitization, asphyxiant gas, overexposure may cause depression, liquid material may cause frostbite and freeze burns.

Flammability hazards:

Extremely flammable, forms explosive mixtures with air, may cause flash fire.

 Appearance / Odor: Vapor and Liquid are colorless, contain contain stanching agent OSHA Hazard Determination: 800 - 1000 ppm 8-hour TWA HMIS Rating: Health: 1; Flammability: 4; Reactivity: 0 3.2. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS Pri mary Route of Exposure Page1 of 4

PRODUCT :LPG mix Date : May 1, 2007

Eye Contact

May causes irritation. Direct contact with liquefied/pressurized

N/A

gas or frost particle may produce severely and possibly permanent eye damage from freezer burn Skin Irritation:

Neither a “corrosive” nor “irritant” by OSHA standard. Solid or

N/A

liquid forms of this material and pressurized gas can cause Freezer burns. Prolonged exposure tends to remove skin oils, Possibly leading to dermatitis Inhalation:

Oxygen deficient atmospheres may cause gasping,

Yes

disorientation, unconsciousness, and possibly death Ingestion:

Not expected with proper use

N/A

Solid and liquid forms of this material and pressurized gas Can cause burns. Potential human health risks vary from person to person. As a precaution, exposure to liquids, Vapors, mists or fumes should be minimized Carcinogenicity: No

3.3. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION  Acute or chronic overexposure to this material or its components may cause systematic toxicity, including adverse effects to the following: cardiovascular and central nervous systems. Contain asphyxiant which may cause reproductively and/or development effects in pregnant woman. Pre-existing medical conditions which may be aggravated by exposure include disorders of the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. 3.4. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Ecological Information

ND

4. FIRST AID AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES

INHALATION:

Remove from exposure and call physician. For respiratory distress give air, oxygen, and/or administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Keep warm and quiet until medical attention arrives.

SKIN CONTACT: This material is not expected to be absorbed through the skin. In case of excessive skin contact with liquid, immediately flush skin with tap water for fifteen minutes. If irritation develops, immediately contact physician for treatment. EYE CONTACT: Immediately flush eyes with tap water for at least fifteen minutes. If irritations develop and If liquid gets into eyes, contact physician immediately INGESTION: Do not induce vomiting; call physician immediately

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Flammable Properties Flash Point:

 0

 0

-153 F, -103 C Page2 of 4

PRODUCT :LPG mix Date : May 1, 2007

Hazardous Product of Combustion: Deficient primary and secondary air can produce Carbon Monoxide Explosion:

Exposed to an ignition source it will burn in the open or be Explosive in confined spaces

Fire Extinguishing Media:

Dry Chemical, CO 2 Halogenated Extinguishing Agent, Water Spray. Shut off gas source; use water to keep fire-exposed containers cool and to protect men effecting the shut off. Control fire until gas supply can be shut off. Minimize breathing of gases, vapor, fumes or decomposition products. Use supplied-air breathing equipment for enclosed or confined spaces or as otherwise needed.

Fire Fighting Instructions:

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Emergency Action:

Eliminate and/or shut off ignition sources and keep ignition sources out of the area. Keep unnecessary people away; isolate hazard area and deny entry. Stay upwind. Isolate for ½ mile in all directions if tank, rail car or tank truck is involved in release. Evacuate area endangered by release as required (See Personal Protection Information Section)

Spill or Leak Procedure: Evacuate area of all unnecessary personnel. Wear protective equipment and/or garments if exposure conditions warrant. Protect from ignition. Ventilate area thoroughly. Shut off source, if possible.

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling and storage:

Transport & store cylinders & tanks secured in an upright position in vented space. Do not store with oxidizing agents, O 2 / chlorine cylinder. Cylinders that are not in use m ust have valves in closed position. Eye protection: Safety glasses, goggles or face shield Skin Protection: Insulated gloves Inhalation: Where concentration in air would reduce the oxygen level below 18% air or exceed occupational exposure limits, self contained breathing apparatus is required

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION Engineering Controls: Ventilation:

Ventilation and other forms of engineering controls are the preferred means for controlling exposures. Explosion proof ventilation equipment

Personal Protective Equipment: Safety glasses, goggles or face shield and Insulated gloves Respiratory Protection: Where concentration in air would reduce the oxygen level below 18% air or exceed occupational exposure limits, self contained breathing apparatus is required

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES  0

Vapor pressure 100 F, psig

120.00 max.

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PRODUCT :LPG mix Date : May 1, 2007  0

Weathering test at 36 F, % vol.

95.00 min.

0

Copper corrosion 1 hrs, 100 F

ASTM No. 1 max.

Total sulphur, grains/100 cuft

15 max.

Water content

free water

C2 % vol.

0.20 max.

C3 and C4 % vol.

97.50 min.

C5+ (C5 and heavier) % vol.

-

Ethyl or butyl mercaptan added, ml/100 AG

50.00 min.

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY Chemical Stability: Stable Incompatibility with Other Materials: Oxygen and str ong oxidizing agents Hazardous Polymerization Occur: Will not occur Decomposition : Deficient primary and secondary air can produce carbon monoxide Carbon oxides formed when burned

11. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Disposal:

Insure conformity with all applicable disposal regulations

12. TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION Shipping Name:

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

Hazard Class: Packing Group: Marking: Labels required:

2.1 (Flammable Gas) Not Applicable Liquefied Petroleum Gas Flammable Gas

13. REGULATORY INFORMATION There may be specific regulations at the local, regional or state/provincial level that pertain to this product.

14. OTHER INFORMATION The data in this Material Safety Data Sheet relates only to the specific material designated herein and does not relate to use in combination with any other material or in any process.

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