1. Product and Company Identification
Product name Phenolic Molding Compound - T375J
Synonyms Longlite - T375J
Recommened use and restrictions on use Phenolic Molding Compound
Supplier detail Chang Chun Plastics.Co.,Ltd. (Hsin-Chu factory)
8, Chung Hua Rd., Fong Shan Village, Hu-Kou Industrial Park, Hsin-Chu 303, Taiwan
Emergency phone number 886-3-5981511

azards Identification
2.Hazard Identification
Emergency classification Skin sensitization
Warning information Not applicable
GHS label
Signal word Warning
Hazard statement May be harmful if swallowed; May be harmful in contact with skin; May cause an allergic skin reaction
Precautionary statement
Other hazards
No unusual spill hazard, moderate fire hazard; moderate health risk by ingestion/inhalation. Granular, nodular, pellet or briquette form with a slight phenol odor. Phenolic molding compound with two stage resin.

Unless specifically indicated otherwise, the following information applies to the compound in the form
sold, not to articles, parts, etc. molded of the compound. In normal molding, the material substantially
completes its progression to a cross-linked insoluble, infusible solid.

The product is a plastic molding compound: A plastic resin (Phenol-formaldehyde polymer)
intimately mixed and reacted with one or more of a variety of organic and /inorganic filling materials.
The plastic resin is not believed or known to be hazardous. When fully “cured” or reacted, the plastic
resin is insoluble, infusible and binds the well-dispersed, embedded filling materials. However, “as sold”
the plastic resin is not completely “cured” or reacted and contains some unreacted ingredients
dissolved with in it. So dissolved, these chemicals are extremely unlikely to pose a hazard; but because
they are hazardous in their pure forms, OSHA requires that they be reported and describe as hazardous
ingredients. Under normal conditions of storage and handling, no significant amount of hazardous vapors
should evolve from the “as sold” product. Because phenol is more soluble in the resin than in water,
there is no likely significant health hazard through skin absorption. The great majority of filling materials
are embedded within compound granules that are large enough not to constitute an inhalation
hazard. Nevertheless, some particles of plastic resin and/or filling materials may be present in a size that
constitutes a respirable dust (including in some products up to 1% inorganic filling material mixed in after
compounding). This respirable dust may contain one or more of the following materials: carbon black,
coal dust, fibrous glass, mineral wool fiber, and/or wood flour (soft). Chronic inhalation of each of the above has been associated with fibrotic lung disease. For most or all, it has been associated with increased risk of lung cancer, especially among smokers. Inhalation of dust should be avoidable with proper material handling procedures and good ventilation, but if not , respirators should be worn. The primary acute health risk from exposure to the product “as sold” is irritation, especially from the dust. Ingestion, inhalation of dust, and contact with skin and eyes should be avoided.

During polymerization (e.g., curing of the product during normal processing) or decomposition
(e.g., overheating or burning of the product) small amounts of gaseous ammonia, phenol and
formaldehyde (as well as water vapor, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide are evolved. Breathing of
fumes can be harmful. If the odor of ammonia or formaldehyde is noticeable, then the airborne
concentration of those chemicals should be carefully monitored and ventilation improvements considered.
Those chemicals begin to be detectable by odor at concentrations, approaching or exceeding the PELs.
The odor of phenol begins to be noticeable at a concentration about one-fifth the PEL. In any case,
adequacy of ventilation can best be determined by use of instruments to monitor airborne concentrations
of ammonia, phenol, and formaldehyde. Grinding or machining of cured molded material may create a
dust that poses a respiratory hazard if inhaled and may release small amounts of gaseous ammonia.
Acute or Chronic Health Hazard Information Ordinary use of this product is unlikely to produce
significant exposure to hazardous chemicals. PELs for these chemicals are set at levels designed to avoid
any significant health risk and are achievable with proper material handling procedures, ventilation and
housekeeping. Nevertheless, per OSHA requirements, the following is a list of possible health hazard if
one were exposed to the following chemicals at levels much higher, or in a different form, than expected
from ordinary use of this product:

Inhalation : move to where is with fresh air,induce vomiting and see doctor.
Ingestion : move to where is with fresh air,induce vomiting and see doctor.
Skin Contact : wash with shower water.Not expected to be a health hazard from skin exposure.
Eye Contact : wash with clear water to take it off and see doctor.

Inhalation : wash with clear water
Ingestion : move to where is with fresh air,induce vomiting and see doctor.
Skin Contact : wash with shower water.Not expected to be a health hazard from skin exposure.
Eye Contact : wash with clear water to take it off and see doctor.

Inhalation : Dust may be formed under certain conditions of use.
Harmful by ingestion. Irritating to eyes and respiratory system.
May Irritate skin. Used medicinally as an antiseptic.
If ingested in large quantities can cause gastro-intestinal upsets. crystites, haematuria and renal lesions
due to evolution of formaldehyde.

Highly toxic. Poisoning may occur via skin absorption, vapor inhalation, or ingestion. Inhalation of the
vapors may cause severe irritation to the nose, throat, and respiratory tract. May cause liver, kidney,
and heart damage.
Airborne Exposure Limits:
-OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL): 5 ppm (TWA) (skin)
-ACGIH Threshold Limit Value (TLV): 5 ppm (TWA) (skin)

Irritant to eyes, lungs, and skin. Has been shown to cause cancer in laboratory animals. Listed as an
IARC carcinogen. California law requires the following statement be included: contains a chemical
(formaldehyde) known to the State of California to cause cancer. National cancer institute study finds
little evidence to connect formaldehyde exposure to cancer in humans.
Airborne Exposure Limits:
-OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL): 0.75 ppm (TWA), 2 ppm (STEL), 0.5 ppm (TWA) action
level for formaldehyde
-ACGIH Threshold Limit Value (TLV): 0.3 ppm Ceiling formaldehyde, Sensitizer, A2 Suspected
Human Carcinogen

Irritant to eyes, mucous membranes and respiratory tract.
Airborne Exposure Limits:
-OSHA Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL): 50 ppm (NH3)
-ACGIH Threshold Limit Value (TLV): 25 ppm (NH3) (TWA) 35 ppm (STEL)

Inhalation : Temporary discomfort to upper respiratory tract may occur due to mechanical irritation
when expoures are well above the occupational exposure limit
Ingestion : No evidence of adverse effects from available data
Eye : High dust concentrations may cause mechanical irritation to eye
Skin : May cause mechanical irritation , soiling and drying of skin

* DUST :
Irritant to eyes, nose, and throat. Can cause respiratory effects such as pneumoconiosis, bronchitis,
emphysema, and progressive massive fibrosis, with long exposure.

3. Composition / Information on Ingredients
Chemical identity
Names of ingredient
Concentration or Concentration range
(% of contents)
CAS NO. 9003-35-4 :
Phenolic-Fromaldehyde Resin
( C6H40H-CH2-(C6H3OH-CH2-)n-C6H4OH )
30 ~ 50
CAS NO.9004-34-6
Wood Flour
15 ~ 35
R22: Harmful if swallowed
CAS NO.471-34-1 :
Calcium Carbonate

CAS NO. 100-97-0 :
Hexamethylene Tetraamine

CAS NO.1333-86-4 :
Black Pigment

CAS NO. 108-95-2 :
Phenol (C6H5OH)

CAS NO. 84852-53-9
Brominated Flame Retartant

CAS NO.1309-64-4
Antimony Trioxide
15 ~ 35
R22: Harmful if swallowed

2 ~ 8
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed
R36: Irritating to eyes
R37: Irritating to respiratory system
R42: May cause sensitisation by inhalation

0 ~ 5
R22: Harmful if swallow
R65: Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed

0 ~ 2
Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed
R36: Irritating to eyes
R37: Irritating to respiratory system
R42: May cause sensitisation by inhalation

0 ~ 1
R22: Harmful if swallowed

0 ~ 1
R22: Harmful if swallowed

4. First-Aid Measures
First-aid measures for different exposure routes If spill: sweep the floor, dispose all waste according to government regulations.
Inhalation If feel not comfortable, remove from exposure to fresh air immediately. If not
breathing, give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen.
Skin Contact Immediately flush skin with water for at least 15 minutes and get medical aid immediately.
Eye Contact Immediately flush eyes with plently of water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical aid
if irritation develops or persists .
Ingestion Rinse mouth with water, drink large quanties of water, and then induce vomiting by having patient tickle back of throat with finger
Most important symptoms and hazardous effects Nothing special
Protection of First-aiders Gloves and mask
Notes to Physician Chemical name

5. Fire-Fighting Measures
Extinguishing Media Water,powder,CO2,Foam.
Fire and Explosion Hazards CO2, CO, Formaldehyde.
Special Firefighting Procedures Water,powder,CO2,Foam.
Special Equipment for the Protection of Firefighters mask with fresh air supply, fire fighting clothes

6. Accidental Release Measures
Personal Precautions Mask for nose,Glasses for eyes,Rubber gloves for hands and protective clothes for body.
Environmental Precautions Store in proper area and keep the environment away from sunshine and direct heat
Methods for Cleaning Up Sweep or shovel spills into appropriate container for disposal

7. Safe Handling and Storage Measures
Handling Keep material away from sparks, flames, and other ignition sources.
Storage keep away from sunshine and direct heat

8. Exposure Controls / Personal Protection
Control parameters Not applicable
Control Parameters
8 hours time weighted average exposure
Short-term exposure limits
Maximum exposure limits
biological standards
Personal Protective Equipment Eyeglasses, gloves, helmet, mask, safety shower, eye wash fountain.
Respiratory Protection Not so necessary
Hand Protection Chemical resistant gloves. (Butyl rubber, Polyvinyl alcohol)
Eye Protection
Skin and Body Protection: Wear approprite protective gloves and clothing to prevent and
minimize contact with skin.
Specific Hygiene Measures Wash hand before eating and drinking.
Wash hand before eating and drinking.

9. Physical and Chemical Properties
Appearance(physical state, color, etc.) SolidOdor Phenol smell but not obvious
Odor threshold Phenol smell but not obviousMelting point (R&B method )Softening Point=60-100'C
pH 9.0 - 10.0Boiling Point/Boiling Range No information available
Flammability No information availableFlash Point & Method

Not applicable
Decompositon temperature No information available, by estimation is around 700 。C
Autoignition temperature Not ApplicableExplosion limits No information available
Vapor pressure No information availableVapor density No information available
Density 1.48 - 1.54 g/cm3Solubility Insoluble in water
Partition coefficient n-octanol/water No information availableEvaporation rate No information available

10. Stability and Reactivity
Stability Stable under normal conditions.
Possible Hazardous Reactions Occurring under Specific Conditions No information available
Conditions to Avoid Keep away from sources of ignition, heat, high temperature.
Materials to Avoid Avoid Acids and / or Alkaline
Hazardous Decomposition Products No information available

11. Toxicological Information
Routes of exposure(inhalation, ingestion, skin and eye contact) inhalation,ingestion,skin and eye contact
Symptoms No information available
Acute toxicity Oral rat LD50: > 316ppm (phenol)
Chronic Toxicity or delayed Toxicity No information available

12. Ecological Information
Ecotoxicity --
Persistence and degradability No information available
Bioaccumulative potential No information available
Mobility in soil No information available
other adverse effect Cause eye and skin irritation,

13. Disposal Considerations
Recommended Methods for Safe and Environmentally Preferred Disposal Dispose in safe manner in accordance with local/national regulation.

14. Transport Information
UN number Not available
UN classification number Not available
Transport hazard class Not available
Packing group Not available
Marine pollution
Specific precautionary transport measures and conditions Nothing special

15. Regulatory Information
Applicable Regulations
1. Phenol is specified to be Group I Materials of the Japanese PRTR.
TSCA STATUS: On Toxic Substance Control Inventory.
Section 302 Extremely Hazardous Substances: None.
Section 311/312 Hazardous Categories: Chronic, Fire.
Section 313 Toxic Chemicals: Phenol
RCRA STATUS: Not regulated

16. Other Information
Literature references Not applicable
Organization Name: Chan Chun Plastic Co., Ltd..
Address/Telephone: No. 8, Chun Hwa Road, Hsin Chu Industrial District, Hsin Chu. Taiwan.
Person who prepared the GHS Title: Section Manager Name: Y.C.Liu
Date the GHS was prepared 11/24/2008 12:45 PM Revised Version12/07/2012 12:45 PM


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