It is the responsibility of AAK, the shipper to identify the material and provide information on physical characteristics (flash point, pH, weight/volume, etc.) This will assist the Environmental Health & Safety representative to properly classify materials that are subject to the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR). To determine if a material is regulated, the following references in 49CFR are checked to see if the material is listed:

172.101 – The Hazardous Materials Table , 172.101 Appendix A – Hazardous Substances (RQ) , 172.101 Appe3, Subparts C, D, & I – The nine DOT hazard classe appendix B – Marine Pollutants, 17

 


 

Class 3 - Flammable Liquids

The number of materials that qualify as flammable liquid is large. Flammable liquids are generally defined as "liquid having a flash point of not more than 60.5 C (141F). This class also included combustible liquids which are liquids that do not meet the requirements of any other hazard class, and has a flashpoint above 60.5 C (141F), but below 95 C (200F). Examples of flammable liquids can include gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, crude oil, methanol, paint, adhesives, certain medicines and rosin oil. Although there are no class subdivisions, flammable liquids fall into three packing groups which are determined by both flash point and initial boiling point.

 


 

Since 1974 the Department of Transportation (DOT) has regulated the commercial transport of hazardous materials. In 1990 Congress passed the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act Uniform Safety Act, the purpose of which is to "improve the regulatory and enforcement authority of the Secretary of Transportation to protect the Nation adequately against the risks of life and property which are inherent in the transportation of hazardous materials in commerce." Simply stated, the purpose is to ensure that all who come into contact with a shipment of hazardous material are properly informed of the hazards presented by the material and the measures necessary for safe transport.

Manufacturers and suppliers are required to provide Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for their products.

 

Infomation provided by :

Department of Environmental Health & Safety

 

Pennsylvania State

 

 

 

 


WELD-ON ® 4™ is formulated as a blush-resistant cement for bonding acrylic to itself.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Weld-On 4 is a water-thin,somewhat flammable cement formulated to quickly develop very clear and high strength bonds for many

WELD-ON 4 is used in sign fabrication for cementing acrylic. WELD-ON 4 is also widely used in many applications e.g. fabrication of display and presentation cases, medical equipment assembly, the bonding of plastic containers and pre-forms, and in the manufacture of numerous solvent welded structures and subassemblies


WELD-ON 3. It is also widely used in the POP industry (e.g. display), and in the fabrication and bonding of plastic containers, housewares, bottles and any other applications.

WELD-ON 3*is a water-thin, non-flammable cement formulated to quickly develop high strength,clear bonds to many thermoplastic substrates, particularly acrylic.The bond is achieved by first softening the surfaces to be joined and then fusing them together with dissipation of the solvent. Substantial strength will be obtained within only a few hours.

 


WELD-ON 16 is recommended as an excellent general purpose, high strength acrylic cement. It is especially useful where fast cure and high strength are desired for applications such as large housings, signs, plastic
letters, industrial fabrications, display items, lenses and models.

SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS
WELD-ON 16 is a flammable, fast evaporating solvent cement and is considered a hazardous material. In conformance with the Federal Hazardous Substances Labeling Act, the following hazards and precautions are given. Purchasers who may repackage this product must also conform to all local, state and federal labeling, safety and other regulations.

DANGER - EXTREMELY FLAMMABLE - VAPOR HARMFUL - MAY BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED - MAY IRRITATE SKIN OR EYES Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally. Keep away from heat, spark, open flame and other sources of ignition. Contact with hot surfaces may produce toxic effects. Keep container closed when not inuse. Store in the shade below 80°F. Use only in well ventilated area.


WELD-ON 3. It is also widely used in the POP industry (e.g. display), and in the fabrication and bonding of plastic containers, housewares, bottles and any other applications.

WELD-ON 3*is a water-thin, non-flammable cement formulated to quickly develop high strength,clear bonds to many thermoplastic substrates, particularly acrylic.The bond is achieved by first softening the surfaces to be joined and then fusing them together with dissipation of the solvent. Substantial strength will
be obtained within only a few hours.


WELD-ON ® 4™ is formulated as a blush-resistant cement for bonding acrylic to itself.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Weld-On 4 is a water-thin,somewhat flammable cement formulated to quickly develop very clear and high strength bonds for many

WELD-ON 4 is used in sign fabrication for cementing acrylic. WELD-ON 4 is also widely used in many applications e.g. fabrication of display and presentation cases, medical equipment assembly, the bonding of plastic containers and pre-forms, and in the manufacture of numerous solvent welded structures and subassemblies


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