Material safety data sheet
SAFETY DATA SHEET
LITHIUM EP3 GREASE
1) IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / AND THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING.
LITHIUM GREASE EP 3
Petroleum Based Lubricating Grease.
Multi-purpose Industrial Lubrication.
Manufacturer / Supplier:
Global Lubricants Limited.
13 Sandwell Business Development Centre, Oldbury Road, Smethwick, West Midlands B66 1NN
0121 5443638 Fax:
2) COMPOSITION / INFORMATION OF INGREDIENTS.
Hazardous Components CAS No Wt %
None of the components needs to be classified. 3) HAZARD IDENTIFICATION.
MAIN HAZARDS -------- HEALTH EFFECTS
Eyes May cause minor irritation and short-term redness
Skin unlikely to cause irritation - possible to sensitive skin types
Inhalation N / A
Ingestion May cause nausea and diarrhoea
4) FIRST AID MEASURES.
Eyes Wash out all residual material with water. If irritation continues seek medical advice Skin Wash skin with soap and water. Contaminated clothing should be Dry Cleaned before Re-use. Ingestion Wash mouth out with water, Do not induce vomiting, seek medical advice.
5) FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES.
Extinguishing Media Extinguish with; Dry Powder, Foam, Sand or Earth. UNSUITABLE Extinguishing media Water Jet. Protective equipment for Fire Fighting Self contained breathing apparatus.
6) ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES.
Personal Precautions May cause slippery conditions underfoot.
Environmental Precautions Do not allow to enter drains or watercourse.
Spillage Scrape up in bulk then wipe up remainder with cloth.
7) HANDLING AND STORAGE.
Handling Wear Gloves, care should be taken with dispensing equipment not to inject
Product under skin.
Storage Do not store at elevated temperatures.
SAFETY DATA SHEET
LITHIUM EP3 GREASE
8) EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTION.
Hand Protection PVC Gloves. Eye Protection Wear glasses if there is a risk of splashing Body Protection Normal work wear Respiratory Protection N /A
9) PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES.
Physical State Smooth Grease Colour Amber Odour Slight Boiling Point Not determined Melting Point Above 187°C Flash Point > 200°C Auto Ignition Temp > 200°C Flammability Not flammable at ambient temperatures Oxidising properties None Solubility in Water Insoluble
10) STABILITY & REACTIVITY.
Stability Stable under normal conditions
Conditions to avoid Powerful sources of ignition and extreme temperatures
Materials to avoid Strong oxidising agents
Hazardous Decomposition Products: Oxides of carbon. 11) TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION.
Acute Toxicity Not considered toxic under normal handling.
Chronic Toxicity N /A
Genotoxicity N /A
Irritancy – Skin Possible very mild on sensitive skin types.
12) ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION.
Possible Effects Possible marine pollutant
Environmental Consequences Unlikely to cause notable contamination, insoluble in water, poorly absorbed into soils.
13) DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS.
Product Disposal Incineration or Landfill, dispose of in accordance with local regulations
14) TRANSPORT INFORMATION.
For Road, Rail & Air Not Classified (No special precautions or labelling necessary)
15) REGULATORY INFORMATION.
Labelling Information N / A Risk Phrases None Safety Phrases None
No significant hazard.
The regulatory information given above only indicates the principal regulations
specifically applicable to the product described in the safety data sheet. The user's attention is
drawn to the possible existence of additional provisions which complete these regulations. Refer
to all applicable national, international and local regulations or provisions.
16) OTHER INFORMATION.
The above information is believed to be correct but does not purport to be all
inclusive and shall be used only as a guide. This company shall not be held liable for any
damage resulting from handling or from contact with the above product.
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