OZONE DEPLETING CHEMICAL INFORMATION
This document has been reviewed for the presence of Class I Ozone Depleting Chemicals. As of 1
October 1999, all references to Class I Ozone Depleting Chemicals have been removed from this
document by substitution with chemicals that do not cause atmospheric ozone depletion.
Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for safety precautions and personnel protection
required when using any of the solvents listed in this Technical Bulletin.
This applies to the solvent called out in this Technical Bulletin.
Do not use near open flames or any other ignition source, near welding areas or on hot surfaces.
Do not smoke when using the solvents and do not use solvents where others are smoking. Vapors
of most of these products are heavier than air and may collect in low confined areas, forming
explosive mixtures with air. Solvent is combustible and toxic to eyes, skin and respiratory tract.
Use protective gloves or creams; wear apron and wear goggles (or face shield) to protect the skin.
Store in approved metal safety containers.
Adequate ventilation is required to avoid prolonged exposure to solvent vapors by personnel. Use
approved respirator as determined by local safety/industrial hygiene personnel.