DE-SOLV-IT INDUSTRIAL FORMULA

TECHNICAL PRODUCT BULLETIN #SW-11 (formerly D-40)
USEPA, OIL PROGRAM CENTER
ORIGINAL LISTING DATE: JUNE 26, 1989
REMOVAL DATE: SEPTEMBER 15, 1994
RELISTING DATE: JULY 07, 2010
“DE-SOLV-IT INDUSTRIAL FORMULA”
 

I. NAME, BRAND, OR TRADEMARK
DE-SOLV-IT INDUSTRIAL FORMULA
Type of Product: Surface Washing Agent


II. NAME, ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF MANUFACTURER/CONTACT
Orange-Sol Blending and Packaging
1400 N Fiesta Boulevard
Gilbert, AZ 85233
Phone: (800) 877-7771
Fax: (480) 497-0444
E-mail: amf@orange-sol.com
Web Site: http://www.orange-sol.com
(Mr. Albert Farnsworth)
(Mr. Jack Farnsworth at (480) 319-0141)


III. NAME, ADDRESS, AND TELEPHONE NUMBER OF PRIMARY DISTRIBUTORS
Bell Tech
Master Distributor
P.O. Box 2198
Valdez, AK 99686
Phone: (907) 602-0111
Fax: (907) 835-4535
E-mail: bellenterprise@cvinternet.net
(Mr. Randy Bell)


IV. SPECIAL HANDLING AND WORKER PRECAUTIONS FOR STORAGE AND FIELD APPLICATION
1. Flammability: Non-flammable (DOT: Not regulated unless shipped by land in a package having a capacity of 3,500 gallons or more). Combustible Class IIIA per OSHA, 29 CFR 1910.106
2. Ventilation: No special requirements
3. Skin and eye contact; protective clothing; treatment in case of contact: No special equipment of clothing required; however, goggles are recommended where splash is potential. If eye or skin irritation occurs, flush with ample fresh water.
4.a. Maximum storage temperature: 120°F continuous, 140°F up to 5 days
4.b. Minimum storage temperature: -20°F
4.c. Optimum storage temperature range: 0°F to 120°F
4.d. Temperatures of phase separations and chemical changes: Stable


V. SHELF LIFE
Two (2) years in sealed polydrums or totes (as delivered).


VI. RECOMMENDED APPLICATION PROCEDURE
1. Application Method: DE-SOLV-IT (DSI) is to be used in neat form. DSI works just as well with fresh or salt water. This product works well with all types of oils. Product can be used on oil-contaminated beaches.
2. Concentration/Application Rate: Use DSI directly on the contaminated area, or up to approximately a 1:10 dilution ratio (product:water). Lighter oils will require a 1:10 to 1:30 product to water dilution ratio. Warmer waters (greater than 78°F) and/or good agitation during application will require less product. Response personnel can determine best method to collect clean up residue. Clean up residue should be collected and disposed of in accordance to local, state, and federal regulations.
3. Conditions for Use: Effective in salt or fresh water, with no limitations as to usage within optimum temperature parameters (application may be made at or above 35°F, with optimum above 48°F).


VII. TOXICITY AND EFFECTIVENESS
a. Toxicity:
Material Tested Species LC50 (ppm)
DE-SOLV-IT Menidia beryllina
Mysidopsis bahia
37.71 96-hr
4.57 48-hr
No. 2 Fuel Oil Menidia beryllina
Mysidopsis bahia
3.76 96-hr
2.04 48-hr
DE-SOLV-IT &
No. 2 Fuel Oil (1:10)
Menidia beryllina
Mysidopsis bahia
9.40 96-hr
1.68 48-hr
Reference Toxicant (SLS) Menidia beryllina
Mysidopsis bahia
12.25 96-hr
11.71 48-hr

b. Effectiveness:
NA


VIII. MICROBIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
NA


IX. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
1. Flash Point: 145°F
2. Pour Point: -84°F
3. Viscosity: 1.8 cst @ 40°C
4. Specific Gravity: 1.8345 @60°F
5. pH: 6.6
6. Surface Active Agents: Nonionic PROPRIETARY Surfactants
7. Solvents: PROPRIETARY
8. Additives: None
9. Solubility: Miscible in oil and solvents


X. ANALYSIS FOR HEAVY METALS, CYANIDE, AND CHLORINATED HYDROCARBONS
Compound Concentration (ppm)
Arsenic <0.010
Cadmium <0.005
Chromium <0.015
Copper <0.015
Lead <0.010
Mercury <1 µg/L
Nickel <0.025
Zinc 0.0.15
Cyanide <0.010
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons <6.00

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