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184 Archaea Material Safety Data Sheet (M.S.D.S)

Material Safety Data Sheet (M.S.D.S) &nb- OSHA 174
Product Identity: BioZome     Updated  -  03/20/07
SECTION I -
Manufacturers Name: Oppenheimer Biotechnology, Inc. P.O.Box  5919, Austin, Texas 78763 During regular business hours (512) 474-1016 or (512) 472-2909 (Fax) Emergency after-hours (512) 266-2121
SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS and IDENTITY INFORMATION
Archaea - an enzymatic mixture of active hydrocarbon oxidizing natural single celled organisms. The enzymes and cells are contained in an inert preparation of natural clay. The mixture has no chemical impact. The mixture should be handled with the normal precautions of a hydroscopic powder. In enclosed areas protective eye and mask covering is recommended. This mixture has been tested by human contact for over 20 years with no direct or indirect impact.
Warning - This clay product contains a small amount of crystalline silica which may cause delayed respiratory disease if inhaled over a prolonged and extended period of time. Avoid breathing the dust.
Section III - PHYSICAL and CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Boiling Point - not applicable Melting Point - not applicable Vapor Pressure - not applicable Solubility in Water - insoluble, but may be water wet Specific Gravity - density of approximately 2.5 Appearance and Odor - gray to cream colored powder with a faint odor of hydrocarbons
Section IV - FIRE and EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
Flash Point - nonflammable Special Fire Fighting Procedures - not applicable Stable - avoid direct consumption or inhalation Route of Entry - inhalation
Section V - REACTIVITY DATA
Not applicable
Section VI - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
Health Hazards (acute and chronic) - normal precautions for hydroscopic powder Signs and Symptoms of Exposure - reaction to hydroscopic powder - sneezing etc. Emergency and First Aid Procedures - flush with water and remove to air
Section VII - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING and USE
Steps to be taken if material is released or spilled - normal precautions of hydroscopic powder. Waste Disposal Method - regular approved disposal methods. Precautions for Handling & Storage - may cause delayed respiratory disease if the dust is inhaled over a prolonged period of time. Other Precautions - may be slippery when wet
Section VIII - CONTROL MEASURES
Respiratory Protection - in areas of concentration - mask & eye protection is recommended. Ventilation - local exhaust - standard precaution Protective Gloves - not applicable Eye Protection - in areas of concentration or enclosed areas Work/Hygienic Practices - none Other Protective Clothing/Equipment - none

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