Ultra-Clean
(Formation Cleaning and Damage Removal System)
2 HMIS HEALTH
2 HMIS FLAMMIBILITY
0 HMIS REACTIVITY
G HMIS PERSONAL
PROTECTION
Section I – Identification

Manufactures Name Shellco International, Inc.
38 Sweetleaf
The Woodlands, Texas 77381
Phone Number (281) 296-2922
Emergency Phone Number (281) 296-2922
Effective Date April 1, 2001
Revised Date April 1, 2001
Trade Name Ultra-Clean
Chemical Family Acetic Acid/Surfactant
CAS Number 0000-00-0
Chemical Formula Proprietary Blend

Section II – Hazardous Ingredients

Hazardous Components % TLV (Units) Product CAS #

Alkybenzene Sulfonic Acid No Data 27176-87-0

Isopropyl Alcohol OSHA TWA 400 PPM 67-63-0
ACGIH TWA 400 PPM
ACGIH STEL 500 PPM

Acetic Acid OSHA TWA 10 PPM 64-19-7 ACGIH 10 PPM
ACGIH STEL 15 PPM
40 CFR 710. Sources of the raw materials used in this product assure that all chemical ingredients are in compliance with section 8 (b), or are otherwise in compliance with the Toxic Substances Control Act.
Section III – Physical Data

Boiling Point 210 degrees F
Freezing Point N/A
Vapor Pressure (mm Hg) N/A
Vapor Density (Air =1) N/A
Solubility in H2O Soluble
Appearance/ Odor Clear to Amber/Vinegar Odor
Specific Gravity (H2O=1) 1.12
pH <1.0 to 1.5







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Section IV- Fire and Explosion Hazard Data

Flash Point 103 degrees F
Lower Flame Limit 3% by Volume
Higher Flame Limit 19% by Volume
Extinguish Media Water fog or spray, dry powder, CO2 Foam
Unusual Fire Hazard Containers may explode from internal pressure if confined to fire. Cool with water. Keep unnecessary people away.

Section V – Health Hazard Data

Threshold Limit Value 5 ppm TWA (OSHA)

Routes Of Entry Inhalation? Skin? Ingestion?
Strong Irritant Corrosive Corrosive

Health Hazards Acute, vapors or liquid may be irritating to skin, eyes, mucus membranes. Acute, inhalation of vapors may be narcotic or anesthetic. Ingestion of liquid will cause gastrointestinal distress, irritation, and possibly nausea. Liquid or vapors may be irritating to skin or eyes.

Carcinogenicity NTP? IARC Monographs? OSHA Regulated
No No No

Over Exposure Effects Skin irritation develops slowly after contact. Eye irritation develops immediately upon contact. Signs of Inhalation Overexposure: Irritation of respiratory tract, Nervous system depression, headaches, dizziness, staggering gait, confusion, unconsciousness, coma.

First Aid Procedures In case of eye contact, flush immediately with water for at least 15 minutes and get medical attention; for skin, wash thoroughly with soap and water. If inhaled, remove to fresh air. If not breathing, give artificial respiration, preferably mouth to mouth. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. Get medical attention. If swallowed, induce vomiting immediately by giving two glasses of water and sticking finger down throat. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

Section VI – Reactivity Data

Chemical Stability Stable
Conditions to Avoid Heating to decomposition
Incompatible Materials Alkaline Materials, Oxidizers or Oxidizing Materials
Decomposition Products From Fire; smoke, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide
Hazardous Polymerization Will not occur
Polymerization Avoid None



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Section VII – Spill or Leak Procedure

For Spill In case of spillage, absorb with inert material and dispose of in accordance with applicable regulations.
Waste Disposal Method Hazardous Waste. Follow Federal and State Regulations.
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Section VIII – Special Protection

Respiratory Protection NIOSH approved organic vapor mask
Ventilation Required in closed areas.
Mechanical Exhaust Desired
Local Exhaust Desired
Protective Gloves Wear impervious gloves
Eye Protection Chemical type goggles or full face shield recommended
Other Protective Equipment Not normally required

Section IX – Special Handling

Handling and Storage Store in a cool place away from ignition sources. Store away from acids. Store away from oxidizers or materials bearing a yellow “DOT” label.
Precautionary Measures Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid prolonged and repeated contact with skin.
Hazardous Class Flammable Liquid, Corrosive
DOT Shipping Name Flammable Liquid, Corrosive, nos, 3, UN2924, PGII
(contains: Acetic Acid and Isopropyl Alcohol)
Reportable Quantity (RQ) 8,333 pounds based on Acetic Acid content
UN Number UN 2924
NA # None
Packaging Size Drums or Bulk
DOT Label Required Flammable 3

Section X – Regulatory

EPA Acute Yes
EPA Chronic No
EPA Ignitability No
EPA Reactivity No
EPA Sudden Release of Pressure No
Cercla RQ Value 8,333 pounds based on Acetic Acid content
Sara TPQ None
Sara RQ Acetic Acid = 1,000 pounds
Section 313 Listed: Isopropyl Alcohol, CAS# 67-63-0
Acetic Acid, CAS# 64-19-7
EPA Hazard Waste Number D001
Clean Air Yes
Clean Water Yes
Foot Notes: N/A – Not Applicable N/D - No Data Available


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This product’s safety information is provided to assist our customers in assessing compliance with
health, safety, and environmental regulations. The information contained here in is based on data
available to us and is believed to be accurate, although no guarantee or warranty is provide by the
company in this respect. Since the use of this product is within the exclusive control of the user, it
is the user’s obligation to determine the conditions of safe use of this product. Such conditions should
comply with all Federal Regulations concerning the product.


























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