polyurethane tertiary amine catalyst
Product name: Dabco R-8020
Alias: Dabco R-8020, Jeffcat TD-20, TEDA-A20, Dabco tertiary amine catalyst, polyurethane tertiary amine catalyst, catalyst R-8020
Product description: Dabco R-8020 catalyst, 20% triethylenediamine in DMEA
Material Safety Data Sheet
Section 1 Chemical Products and Corporate Logo
1.1 Product name: Dabco R-8020
Directory code: Not available.
CAS#: Not available.
RTECS: Not available.
TSCA: Not available.
Chemical formula: not provided.
Section 2 Identification of Hazardous Sources
GHS label elements
Signal word: Warning
H319: Causes serious eye irritation.
Prevention: P264: Wash hands thoroughly after handling.
P280: Wear goggles/face protection.
P280e: Wear protective gloves.
Response: P305+P351+P338: If it gets into your eyes: carefully rinse with water several times
minute. Remove contact lenses, if available and easy to do. Continue to rinse.
P337+P313: If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice.
Hazards not elsewhere classified
Moderate eye irritation.
Moderate skin irritation.
Toxic by inhalation.
Section 3: Ingredients/Information on Ingredients
N, N-dimethylethanolamine 108-01-0 80%
Triethylenediamine 280-57-9 20%
Chemical family: tertiary amines in solvents.
Section 4 First Aid Measures
General advice: Get medical attention. If breathing stops or is difficult, give assistance
Breathe. Oxygen supplementation may be required. If the heart stops beating,
Trained personnel should begin CPR immediately.
Eye contact: Immediately flush the eyelids with plenty of water for at least 20 minutes
minute. Remove the contact lens.
Skin contact: Immediately flush with plenty of water for at least 20 minutes. immediately
If possible, remove contaminated clothing and any foreign chemicals
So without delay.
Ingestion: Do not give anything to the unconscious person by mouth. Prevent inhalation
Vomiting. Turn the victim’s head to the side.
Inhalation: Transfer to fresh air.
And late-onset kidney disease. Eye diseases. Skin diseases and allergies.
Section 5: Fire and explosion data
Suitable extinguishing media: alcohol-resistant foam.
Carbon dioxide (CO2).
Special hazards: Incomplete combustion may form carbon monoxide. May produce ammonia gas. May produce toxic nitrogen oxide gas. Burning produces toxic and harmful fumes. Persons under the wind must be evacuated.
Special protective equipment
Use personal protective equipment. When necessary, wear self-contained fire breathing apparatus.
Section 6: Accidental leakage measures
Protective equipment, and
Emergency procedures should wear appropriate protective clothing, gloves, and eye/face protection. Use self-contained breathing apparatus and chemical protective clothing. Evacuate personnel to a safe area.
Environmental protection measures: build dikes to prevent spreading.
Cleaning method: Contact the gas product emergency center for consultation. Carefully approach the suspected leak area. Place in an appropriate chemical waste container.
Other suggestions: Evacuate the area and do not approach spilled products. If possible, stop product flow.
Section 7: Handling and storage
Emergency shower and eyewash stations should be easily accessible. Abide by the rules of work practice prescribed by the government. Avoid contact with eyes. Use personal protective equipment. When using, do not eat, drink or smoke.
Do not store near acids. Keep container tightly closed in a dry, cool, well-ventilated place.
Section 8: Contact control/personal protection
Provide easy access to eyewash stations and safety showers.
Provide adequate natural or explosion-proof ventilation to ensure that the concentration remains below the exposure limit.
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory protection: Not required in well-ventilated areas.
Hand protection: butyl rubber
Polyvinyl alcohol gloves (PVA).
Chemical resistant, watertight gloves that meet approved standards
If it is dangerous, always wear it when handling chemical products
Evaluation shows that this is necessary.
Eye protection: chemical-resistant goggles must be worn.
Skin and body protection: long sleeve shirts and pants without cuffs.
Protection and hygiene: discard contaminated leather products. At the end of each shift, wash hands before eating, smoking or going to the toilet. Provide easy access to eyewash stations and safety showers.
Section 9: Physical and chemical properties
Form: liquid. light yellow
Smell: fishy smell
Odor threshold: No data available.
Melting point/range: No data available.
Boiling point/range: 137°C
Flash point (PMCC): 125°C
No data are available for the evaporation rate.
Flammability (solid, gas) is not applicable.
up and down
The explosion/flammability limit does not apply.
11.9% (V)/1.6% (V)
The vapor pressure at 21°C is 4.65 mmHg
Water soluble is completely soluble.
Relative vapor density is not applicable.
Relative density 0.91 (water=1)
Distribution coefficient (noctanol/
Water) No data available.
Decomposition temperature Viscosity
No data available.
7 MPa per second at 25°C.
No data available.
0.91g/cm3 at 21°C
Section 10: Stability and reactivity data
Chemical stability: Stable under normal conditions.
Avoid conditions where no data is available.
Materials to avoid: active metals (such as sodium, calcium, zinc, etc.).
Materials that react with hydroxyl compounds.
Organic acids (ie acetic acid, citric acid, etc.).
The product slowly corrodes copper, aluminum, zinc and galvanized surfaces.
Reaction with peroxide may cause violent decomposition of peroxide
May cause an explosion.
Product nitric acid. ammonia
Nitrogen oxides (NOx).
Nitrogen oxides can react with water vapor to form corrosive nitric acid.
Carbon dioxide (CO2). aldehyde
Flammable hydrocarbon fragments.
It can release flammable substances when heated to above 65℃ in the presence of strong alkali
No data available for reaction/reactivity.
Section 11: Toxicological information
11.1 Information on toxicological effects
Possible routes of exposure
The effect on the corneal edema may cause a “blue mist” or “fog” sensation around the light. People exposed may see the halo around the bright lights. This effect is temporary and there are no known residual effects. When product vapor is absorbed into the eye tissue from the atmosphere, it can cause glaucoma (corneal edema). Causes eye irritation.
Effects on the skin can cause skin irritation.
No data available for ingestion impact.
No data available for symptoms.
Acute oral toxicity LD50: 3200mg/kg species: rat.
Inhalation LC50 (1h):> 10.1 mg/l Species: Rat. (As an aerosol) No death was observed.
Acute dermal toxicity LD50: >2000mg/kg species: rabbit.
No death was found.
Skin corrosion/irritation Mild skin irritation.
Severe eye damage/moderate eye irritation.
No data available.
Chronic toxicity or effects of long-term exposure
No data on carcinogenicity.
Reproductive toxicity has no data on the product itself.
The mutagenicity of germ cells in the AMES test is not mutagenic.
Specific target organ
Toxicity (single exposure) No data available.
Specific target organ
Toxicity (repeated exposure) No data available.
No data available on inhalation hazard.
Delayed and immediate effects and chronic effects of short-term and long-term exposure
This product does not contain carcinogens specified by IARC, ACGIH, NTP and/or OSHA at a concentration of 0.1
Percentage or higher. Kidney disease, eye disease, skin disease and allergies.
Section 12: Ecological information
Aquatic toxicity: There is no data on the product itself.
Toxicity to fish-ingredients
Dipropylene glycol LC50 (24 hours):
Triethylenediamine (TEDA)>5000 mg/l
LC50 (96 hours): >100 mg/L
Species: carp (carp).
Toxicity to daphnia-ingredients
Toxicity to algae. Ingredient EC50 (48 h): >92 mg/l
Species: Large fleas.
Triethylenediamine (TEDA) EC50 (72 hours): 180 mg/l
Persistent and degradable species: selenium selenium
(Vice chest fake unicorn dish)
Toxicity to other organisms: no data available.
Persistence and degradability
There is no data on the biodegradability of the product itself.
No data is available for mobility.
Bioaccumulative: No data on the product itself.
Section 13: Disposal considerations
Residues/waste from unused products: If guidance is required, please contact the supplier.
Contaminated packaging: Dispose of containers and unused contents in accordance with federal, state, and local requirements.
Section 14: Transportation Information Point
International Air Transport Association
Non-dangerous goods transportation information is not intended to convey all specific regulatory data related to this material. For complete shipping information, please contact an aviation product customer service representative.
Section 15: Other Regulatory Information
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Part 12(b)
Keep unopened for two years
Storage and transportation:
Should be sealed and stored in a dry, cool and ventilated warehouse
200KG/drum Storage: It is recommended to store in a dry and cool area with proper ventilation. After the original packaging, please fasten the packaging cover as soon as possible to prevent the water and other substances from mixing into the product and affecting its performance. Store in a cool, dry place, keep the container sealed and avoid contact with oxides. Do not breathe dust, avoid skin and mucous membrane contact. Smoking, eating and drinking are prohibited in the workplace. After work, shower and change clothes. Store contaminated clothing separately and wash it before reuse. Maintain good hygiene habits. Air Chemicals recommends that all polyurethane catalysts be stored in a dry and cool place with proper ventilation. All storage containers must be well sealed to avoid contact with water or other influential substances, because this may change the product in use. Performance. The storage temperature is 10°C to 30°C. Lower or higher temperatures are not suitable and should be avoided as much as possible.