Buckeye Fire Material Data Sheet Platinum Class A Fire Extinguishant

BUCKEYE FIRE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET: PLATINUM CLASS A FIRE EXTINGUISHANT

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Buckeye Fire manufactures Platinum Class A foam fire suppressant designed to fight Class A fires using an eco-friendly noncorrosive, nontoxic, biodegradable foam concentrate.

Buckeye’s MSDS for this extinguishing agent is included for download below.

Here is a summary of the information included in the Buckeye MSDS PDF.

Section 1: Chemical Product and Company Overview

This section simply lists what the product is called along with the contact information for Buckeye Fire.

Section 2: Hazard Identification and Emergency Overview

This section explains how to identify the foam fire extinguishant and provides various hazard and precautionary statements pertaining to health.

Section 3: Composition/Information on Ingredients

This section lists chemical composition and specific weight percentages of the various ingredients of the Buckeye Platinum Class A fire extinguishing agent, along with the CAS number for each ingredient

Section 4: First Aid Measures

This section explains how to treat chemical exposure to the eyes and skin as well as how to treat someone who has inhaled or ingested the chemical. It also identifies existing medical conditions that may be aggravated by exposure to the Class A foam suppressant.

Section 5: Firefighting Measures

This section identifies the agent as a nonflammable and noncombustible fire extinguishing agent that may decompose in fire and release oxides of sulfur and nitrogen.

Section 6: Accidental Release Measures

This section describes what to do in a situation where a large spill of the foam suppressant agent has been released accidentally, including how to clean it up, and the process to decontaminate.

Section 7: Handling and Storage

This section instructs to avoid eye, respiratory, and skin exposure to the agent, the use of personal protective equipment when handling to limit exposure, and that the product should be stored in its original container or extinguisher and not to be mixed with other agents.

Section 8: Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

This section explains the respiratory hazards of exhaust gases and incomplete combustion that exist during the use of the extinguisher and the recommended respiratory, eye, and skin protective measures to limit exposure.

Section 9: Physical and Chemical Properties

This section identifies the physical and chemical properties of the Class A Foam fire suppressant agent.

Section 10: Stability and Reactivity

This section lists the degree of stability, the incompatibles, and the byproducts of decomposition, and any known hazardous reactions.

Section 11: Toxicology Information

This section presents the known exposure effects from routes of entry through eye or skin contact, or inhalation and ingestion issues due to “chronic toxicity”, and any “reproductive toxicity”.

Section 12: Ecological Information

This section identifies any effects that agent has on ecosystem toxicity and aquatic life and degradability in water.

Section 13: Considerations for Disposal

This section identifies agent disposal considerations and the potential differences that may exist between federal regulations and state or local regulations.

Section 14: Transportation Information

This section identifies if the product is considered a hazardous material and how that can affect transportation of the agent in the US or Canada.

Section 15: Regulatory Information

This section identifies the ingredient’s international inventory status by country and agency, and the federal and state regulatory information of the agent.

Section 16: Other Information

This section declares “other information” that may be pertinent related to the specific product including, but not limited to, HMIS Ratings regulatory information from other countries as well as any qualifying statements.