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SECTION I: IDENTIFICATION
Trade Name: BS Aggregate, glass chips or glass frit Color: Clear
Manufacturer's Name: BESTSOURCE GLOBAL LIMITED Updated: September 2009
Manufacturer's Address: RM278,BLK 29,Foshan Creative Industry Park,No 33 Ji Hua Si Rd, Foshan,Guangdong,China.
SECTION II: HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS
The glass may contain the following hazardous component in amounts less than and up to the maximum of the following percentages. The following are chemical compounds used in the manufacture of clear glass.
Component CAS# Max% on glass ACGIH‐TLV/OSHA PEL
No hazardous components
Because this glass may be ground, polished, fused, reheated and reformed, toxic substances in this glass
may become bio‐available. Because Best Source has no control over uses and process, we are listing all
toxic substances as if they are all 100% bio‐available.
SECTION III: PHYSICAL DATA
Boiling Point: greater than 3000° F Specific Gravity: 2.56‐2.58
Melting Point: 1300° F softens, 1800‐2000° F melts Vapor Pressure (mm Hg): N/A
Vapor Density (air‐1): N/A Evaporation Rate (butyl acetate =1): N/A
Solubility in Water: Negligible
Appearance and Odor: Glass aggregate in various colors and sizes from ‐40 mesh to 3 inch. No odor.
SECTION IV: FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
Flash point (method used): N/A Flammable limits: non‐flammable
LEL: N/A UEL: N/A Extinguishing media: N/A
Special Fire and Explosion Hazards: may emit toxic fumes at sustained temperatures above 1300 °F
SECTION V: REACTIVITY DATA
Stability: stable Conditions to avoid: N/A
Incompatibility (materials to avoid): hydrofluoric acid
Silica in the glass will dissolve in hydrofluoric acid and produce a corrosive gas‐silicon tetrafluoride.
Hydrofluoric acid may also produce highly toxic hydrogen selenide gas from selenium and some
Hazardous decomposition or byproducts: N/A Hazardous polymerization: will not ocur
SECTION VI: HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Routes of entry
Health Hazard Acute and Chronic
Skin Contact: sharp edges and slivers of glass may cute or puncture skin
Ingestion: ground glass or glass particles may cause internal bleeding requiring medical attention
Dust—glass may cause respiratory irritation. Silica in glass dust is not in a free silica state.
Fume—when glass is reheated or melted hazardous fume may be given off. Can cause nausea,
gastric pain, and irritation to the upper respiratory tract.
Inhalation and ingestion: repeated inhalation of irritating glass dust may cause chronic respiratory diseases.
Repeated inhalation or ingestion of glass dust or fumes containing small amounts of one or more
of the following toxic components—fluoride—may cause or contribute to chronic diseases.
Component NTP IARC OSHA
Symptoms and signs of overexposure:
Dust—inhalation of large amounts of dust or powdered glass will cause shortness of breath and
reduce pulmonary function. No toxic ingredients should be present in amounts to produce acute
Fume—inhalation of fumes from the reheating or melting of the glass can cause Metal Fume Fever;
symptoms include metallic taste in mouth, shortness of breath, gastric pain and flu‐like symptoms.
Medical conditions aggravated by overexposure: Respiratory and cardiovascular disease. Exposure to
toxic metal fume may contribute to kidney dysfunction.
Emergency first aid procedures:
Eyes: flush with running water; receive medical attention as necessary
Ingestion: receive medical attention as necessary
Dust—remove to fresh air. Receive medical attention as necessary.
Fume—drink milk to counteract Metal Fume Fever. Receive medical attention.
Cut: stop bleeding, clean wound and apply a bandage. See doctor if necessary.
As in all medical emergencies report to your supervisor and receive follow‐up medical attention for treatment,
observation and support as needed.
SECTION VII: SAFE HANDLING AND USE
Steps to be taken if material is released or spilled: sweep, use measures to avoid creating dust
Waste disposal methods: follow federal, state, and local regulations for disposal of glass and mirror
Precautions in handling and storage: take precautions against bag breakage or spillage, avoid creating dust.
Other precautions: Use adequate ventilation and dust collection as needed. When cutting or grinding
glass in a recycled‐water‐cooled system, small amounts of sodium may dissolve and become concentrated
in the water as sodium hydroxide. When using a water‐cooled or grinding system wear rubber gloves to
protect hands and wear safety splash goggles.
SECTION VIII: CONTROL MEASURES
Respiratory protection: use conventional particulate respiratory protection based on considerations of airborne
concentrations and duration of exposure.
Ventilation: local exhaust—to meet PEL requirements; mechanical (general)—to meet PEL requirements
Protective gloves: recommended
Eye protection: safety glasses, face shield
Other protective clothing: as appropriate in light of specific application
Work hygienic practices: avoid creating dust. Change clothes and shoes, shower at end of work day.
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. The information set forth
herein is based on technical data that Best Source believes to be reliable, but Best Source extends no
warranties, makes no representations, and assumes no responsibility as to the accuracy or suitability of
this information for any purchaser's use or for any consequence of its use in various processes.