MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Section 1. Product And Company
Product Name: Heat Conductive Compound
MSDS ID: DS9021
Product Use: Heat conductive material used to enhance
contact and heat transfer in temperature sensor
Manufacturer: Honeywell Inc., 1985 Douglas Drive North,
Minneapolis, MN 55422.
#2 Lithium Complex Grease (70%):
Aluminum Paste (30%):
Aluminum, as Al
Aliphatic Petroleum Distillates
Aromatic Petroleum Distillates
Additional Information: Part No. 120650 (0.5 oz tube); Part No. 107408 (4 oz can); Part No. 197007 (5 gallon
container). May also contain minute amounts of lithium and molybdenum lubricant compounds.
Section 3. Hazard Identification
Acute Health Effects:
Skin: Excessive contact may cause skin irritation and
Eye: Direct contact with eye will cause irritation.
Inhalation: No adverse effects are expected.
Ingestion: Ingestion of product may cause nausea,
vomiting and diarrhea.
Chronic Health Effects:
Existing skin rash or dermatitis may be aggravated by
OSHA Hazard Classifications: None.
Carcinogenicity: Not considered to be a carcinogen by
either OSHA, NTP, IARC, or ACGIH.
Section 4. First Aid Measures
Eye Contact: Flush eyes with water for 15 minutes.
Remove any contact lenses and continue to flush.
Obtain medical attention if irritation develops and
Date Released: October 8, 1999
Customer Response Center: 800-328-5111
Emergency Telephone Information: 888-809-3787
Section 2. Composition, Information on
Section 5. Fire Fighting Measures
Section 6. Accidental Release Measures
L4006A,B,E,H AQUASTAT® CONTROLLERS
Health 0; Flammability 1; Reactivity 0; Personal Pro-
Skin Contact: Remove excess with cloth or paper.
Wash thoroughly with mild soap and water. Obtain
medical attention if irritation develops and persists.
Ingestion: Contact physician or local poison control
Inhalation: Remove patient to fresh air and obtain
medical attention if symptoms develop.
Material Flash Point: > 383°F (195°C). Will burn if
exposed to flame.
Extinguishing Media: Carbon dioxide, dry chemical or
Special Fire Fighting Procedures: None.
Explosion Hazards: None. Aluminum powder can react
with water to release flammable hydrogen gas. In the
form of this product, this reaction is not expected.
Scrape up and dispose of as solid waste in accordance
with state and federal regulations.