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Epson T099520 Product Information Sheet

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EPSON
1.
Article and Corporate Identification
Product:
Distributor:
2.
Composition Information
This is an aqueous ink formulation
3.
Hazard Identification
3.1
Emergency Overview: Ink component is a light cyan liquid that may cause irritation. Avoid contact with eyes or
3.2 Potential Health Effects:
Eyes:
Ink contact with eye may be mildly irritating. See Section 11 for Toxicology.
Skin:
Ink contact with skin may cause irritation, swelling, or redness. It is not expected to cause an allergic
skin reaction. See Section 11 for Toxicology.
Inhalation: Intentional exposure to ink vapors may cause respiratory irritation. See Section 11 for Toxicology.
Ingestion:
May cause upset stomach. See Section 11 for Toxicology.
PIS # T099520
Page 1 of 4
Product Information Sheet
Epson Ink Cartridge T099520
for use with Epson Artisan 700, 710, 725, 730, 800, 810, 835, and 837 Printer
Epson America, Inc.
3840 Kilroy Airport Way
Long Beach, CA 90806
United States
TEL: 562-276-1369
FAX: 562-997-5799
Ink Composition
Proprietary dyes and pigments
Proprietary organic materials
Glycerols
Water
clothing. In the case of skin contact, wash with soap and water. Keep out of reach of
children.
EPSON
The
T099520 Ink Cartridge
CAS No.
% By Weight
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<2%
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20 -25%
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5 –10%
7732-18-5
balance
Version 3.55 (USA)
Release Date 02/2012

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  • Page 1 EPSON Article and Corporate Identification Product: Epson Ink Cartridge T099520 for use with Epson Artisan 700, 710, 725, 730, 800, 810, 835, and 837 Printer Distributor: Epson America, Inc. 3840 Kilroy Airport Way Long Beach, CA 90806 United States TEL: 562-276-1369...
  • Page 2 Freezing point: Melting point: Flash point: Autoflammability: Explosive properties: PIS # T099520 Page 2 of 4 Flash point is greater than 248 deg. F / 120 deg. C (closed cup in accordance with ASTM D3278) Dry chemical or carbon dioxide special explosion hazards are known.
  • Page 3 15. Regulatory Considerations U.S. DOT Hazard Class Regulated? U.S. OSHA Inhalation Hazard? In U.S., NFPA/HMIS Hazard Rating: PIS # T099520 Page 3 of 4 None Greater than 1 (air = 1) 1.06 at 68 deg. F / 20 deg. C...
  • Page 4 The information contained herein is believed to be accurate at the time of preparation, but should only be used as a guide. EPSON does not warrant the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein. It is subject to revision from time to time.