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WHITE LITHIUM GREASE
Petroleum based lubricating grease
4849 Homestead Rd., Ste. #200
Houston, TX, 77028 USA Phone:
NSF H-2 Registered
713-678-4604Chemtrec 24 hours (USA):
Main Hazards–Health Effects
May cause irritation.
Viscous nature may block breathing passages if inhaled. Ingestion:
May cause diarrhea.
For hypersensitive persons, may irritate the skin after prolonged periods of contact.
Flush with water until all residual material is gone. If irritation persists, seek medical help. Inhalation:
Clear air passage. If
respiratory difficulty continues, seek medical help. Ingestion:
Wash out mouth immediately. Consult physician. Skin:
with hand cleanser, followed by soap & water. Contaminated clothing should be dry cleaned before reuse.
Foam, dry powder, Halon®, carbon dioxide, sand, earth & water mist.
Unsuitable Extinguishing Media:
Protective Equipment for Fire fighting:
Self-contained breathing apparatus.
Wear nitrile gloves & protective overalls.
Do not allow it to enter drains.
Scrape up bulk, then wipe up remainder with cloth. To prevent walking hazard, pick up remaining residue with diatomaceous earth.
No special handling precautions necessary. Storage:
Do not store at elevated temperatures.
Nitrile gloves for hypersensitive persons.
Glasses, if applied to parts in motion.
Semisolid paste Color:
Neutral Boiling Range/Point °F (°C):
<600 (316)Melting Point °F (°C):
392 (200) Flash Point (COC) °F (°C):
430 (221) Autoignition Temperature °F (°C):
Explosive Properties: LEL:
7% Evaporation Rate (Butyl Acetate):
<0.01 Partition Coefficient (Log Pow):
N/AVapor Pressure (kPa):
<0.01 % Volatiles:
Nil Density (g/cm3):
N/A Oxidizing Properties:
None Water Solubility:
Chemically stable under normal conditions. No photoreactive agents. Conditions to Avoid:
Powerful sources of ignition and
extreme temps. Materials to Avoid:
Strong inorganic & organic acids, oxidizing agents. Hazardous Decomposition Products:
generates smoke, airborne soot, hydrocarbons and oxides of carbon, sulfur & nitrogen. Residue mainly comprised of soot & mineral oxides.
Very mild. Skin Sensitization:
Not known. Subacute/Sub-chronic Toxicity:
None known Chronic Toxicity:
None known California Prop 65:
N/A Carcinogen: NTP:
EC Class (67/548/EEC):
None known LC-50:
>2000mg/kg-extrapolated from component data (Mysidopsis Bahia) LD-50:
In extreme cases, may generate oil fractions that could act as a marine pollutant, which are highly unlikely. Behavior:
well behaved. Bioaccumulation potential nil. Environmental Fate:
Highly unlikely to cause contamination. Nontoxic to marine or land organisms.
Do not incinerate. Contact waste disposal company or local authority for advice. Container Disposal:
without liner–see Product Disposal section above. Pails with plastic liner–pail may only be disposed of via standard waste disposal
services, recycled or reused. Liner–see Product Disposal section above. Aerosols–consult local authority.
Nonhazardous UN No.:
Nonhazardous Air Transport (ICAO & IATA):
NonhazardousSea Transport (IMO & IMDG):
Road & Rail Transport (ADR/RID):
None needed EC Annex 1 Class:
N/A R Phrases:
R22—harmful if swallowed. S Phrases:
N/AOzone Depleting Chemicals:
TSCA 12B Components:
All components are listed. WHMIS (Canada):
Not controlled. Canadian DSL:
All components listed. SARA 311/312:
None40 CFR Part 372 (SARA Section 313):
Zinc compounds CERCLA:
Nonhazardous RCRA Hazard Class:
New Jersey Right To Know:
See Section II
IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION AND COMPANY
Prepared by: Donald A. Oldiges
Date Issued: September 14, 2005
VII. HANDLING AND STORAGEVIII. EXPOSURE CONTROL/PERSONAL PROTECTION
As of issue date, the information contained herein is
accurate and reliable to the best of JET-LUBE’S
does not warrant or guarantee its
accuracy or reliability and shall not be liable for any loss or
damage arising out of the use thereof. It is the user’s
responsibility to satisfy itself that the information offered for
its consideration is suitable for its particular use.
XV. REGULATORY INFORMATIONXVI. OTHER INFORMATION
PERSONAL PROTECTION INDEX
WHITE LITHIUM GREASE with PTFE is a premium, Thickener
all-purpose grease that provides superior performance and Fluid Type
protection for metal and moving parts under any use. Color/Appearance
WHITE LITHIUM GREASE with PTFE penetrates Dropping Point (ASTM D-566)
and forms a long-lasting protective film to withstand heavy Specific Gravity
loads and high speeds, prevents rust and corrosion, elimi- Density (lbs/gal)
nates squeaks and squeals and will not run or wash away. Additive Type
WHITE LITHIUM GREASE with PTFE is excellent Flash Point (ASTM D-92)for all metal-to-metal lubrication and is the preferred lubri-
cant for use in the plant, shop, home, auto and boat.
- machinery, tools, overhead garage door
channels, fan motors, slides, gears.
- cables, couplings, gears, hitches, winches.
- hinges, electric antennas, latches, springs, PSI Drop, 100 hrs.
- implements, door channels, slides, locks. cSt @ 40°C
- all areas where food contact cannot oc-
0°F (-18°C) to 370°F (190°C)
• NSF (H-2) Registered, Meets 1998 USDA (H-2)
Guidelines For Use In Federally Inspected Meat
Jet-Lube, Inc. makes the Limited Express Warranty that at the date of delivery, this product
and Poultry Plants in Noncontact Areas
shall be free from defects in Jet-Lube, Inc. materials and workmanship.
• Authorized for use by Agriculture Canada
This Limited Express Warranty is expressly in lieu of any other express or implied warran-
ties, including any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, andof any other obligation on the part of Jet-Lube, Inc.
The sole remedy for breach of the Limited Express Warranty shall be the refund of the
purchase price. All other liability is negated and disclaimed, and Jet-Lube, Inc. shall not be liablefor incidental or consequential damages.
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Maidenhead, England Edmonton, Canada
4849 HOMESTEAD RD.,
P.O. BOX 21258 (77226-1258)
HOUSTON, TX 77028
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