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  First. Articles and manufacturer information


  1.1 Item Name: Silicone Coating


  1.2 Item number


  1.3 Manufacturer or Supplier Name: Zhejiang Letai New Materials Co., Ltd.


  1.4 Address: Huishun New District, Changshan County, Zhangzhou, Zhejiang, China, 324200


  1.5 Emergency contact number / fax number: 0570-5168678/5168677


  Second. The component identification data


  2.1 Chemical properties: silicone coating


  2.2 Ingredients



Percentage of PERSENT (%)

Silicone resin


Carbon black




Butyl ester







  Third. Physical and chemical properties:


3.1 material state, liquid

3.3 color: slightly yellow    

3.5ph value: /         

3.7 decomposition temperature: >200 ° C

3.9 natural temperature: >200 ° C  

3.11 vapor pressure: 3.8mmHg (at20 ° C)

3.13 specific gravity (water = 1): 1.04  

3.2 shape: -

3.4 Odor: Ester solvent smell

3.6 boiling point / boiling point range: 148-151 ° C

3.8 flash point: 48 ° C (closed cup)

3.10 explosion limit: 1.5c/o-7.0c/o

3.12 Vapor density (air = 1): 4.6

3.14 Solubility: No





  Varnish product information


  First. Articles and manufacturer information


  1.1 Item Name: Varnish


  1.2 Item number


  1.3 Manufacturer or Supplier Name: Zhejiang Letai New Materials Co., Ltd.


  1.4 Address: Huishun New District, Changshan County, Zhangzhou, Zhejiang, China, 324200


  1.5 Emergency contact number / fax number: 0570-5168678/5168677


  Second. The component identification data


  2.1 Chemical properties: silicone varnish


  2.2 Ingredients



Percentage of PERSENT (%)

Silicone resin




Butyl ester





  Third. Physical and chemical properties:


3.1 material state, liquid    

3.3 color: slightly yellow   

3.5ph value: /   

3.2 shape: -

3.4 Odor: Ester solvent smell

3.6 boiling point / boiling point range: 148-151 ° C




   Fourth. Operating instructions:


  Dispose of metal surface as required, polishing, pre-treatment degreasing-polishing-dusting, recommended dilution ratio 1:2


  Oily coating chemical safety technical specification


  First. Articles and manufacturer information


  1.1 Item Name: Silicone Oily Coating


  1.2 Item number


  1.3 Manufacturer or Supplier Name: Zhejiang Letai New Materials Co., Ltd.


  1.4 Address: No. 20, Guanyang Road, Huizhou New District, Changshan County, Zhejiang Province, China, 324200


  1.5 Emergency contact number / fax number: 0570-5168678 / 5168677


  Second. The component identification data


  2.1 Chemical properties: silicone coating


  2.2 Ingredients





Silicone resin






Butyl acetate













  Third. The hazard identification data


  3.1 The most important hazards and effects


  Health hazard effects: irritating eyes and skin


  Environmental impact: no data available


  Physical and chemical hazards: The liquid and steam are flammable, and the steam will spread farther than the air, which may cause tempering in case of fire.


  Special hazard: Reacts with strong oxidants. Water, moisture or humid air can cause the formation of hazardous aerosols.


  3.2 main symptoms: irritation, headache, fatigue, nausea.


  3.3 Item Hazard Classification: 3 (flammable liquid


  Fourth. First aid measures


  4.1 First aid methods for different exposure routes:


  Inhalation: Remove to fresh air and seek medical attention if symptoms persist.


  Skin contact: Wipe off and wash with soap and water or anhydrous detergent. If irritation or adverse reaction persists, take it to the doctor.


  Eye contact: Rinse immediately with water for 15 minutes and seek medical attention.


  Ingestion: Get medical attention immediately. Inducing vomiting only under the guidance of a doctor, do not let the unconscious patient take anything orally


  4.2 Most important symptoms and harmful effects: Irritating to eyes or skin.


  4.3 Protection against first-aiders: Wear protective gloves to avoid contact with contaminants.


  4.4 Tips for doctors: Treat with symptoms.


  Fifth. Fire extinguishing measures


  5.1 Applicable fire extinguishing agent:


  In case of fire: use dry chemicals, foam or water mist.


  For small fires: apply carbon dioxide, dry chemicals or water mist.


  Water can be used to cool containers exposed to fire.


  5.2 Special hazards that may be encountered during fire fighting:


  The aerosol produced by this material is heavier than air and can easily move to the ignition material and cause flashback. Static electricity will accumulate and may introduce a gas mist; it should be prevented by a parallel, grounded or inert gas to prevent possible fire hazards.


  5.3 Special fire fighting procedures:


  Based on local emergency plans, decide whether you need to evacuate or isolate the area. Watering the containers in the disaster area.


  5.4 Special protective equipment for firefighters:


  Self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing should be worn when extinguishing a fire caused by chemical substances.


  Sixth. Leakage treatment method


  6.1 Personal precautions:


  1. Restrict the personnel from approaching the area before the contaminated area has been completely cleaned up.


  2. It is determined that the cleaning work is performed by trained personnel.


  3. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment.


  4, to avoid skin and eye contact, to avoid inhalation of mist, keep the container sealed, do not ingest.


  6.2 Environmental Considerations:


  1. Ventilation of the leaking area.


  2. Remove all ignition sources.


  3. Use sand, earth or other suitable obstacles to prevent spreading or entering sewers, drains or rivers.


  6.3 cleaning method:


  1. Do not touch the spill.


  2. In the case of a security license, try to prevent or reduce the spill.


  3. Contain the soil, sand or similar stable and non-combustible substances that do not react with the foreign matter to contain the external matter.


  4. When a small amount of spill occurs, absorb it with an absorbent that does not react with the foreign matter. Contaminated absorbents and effluents are equally hazardous and should be placed in a suitable container, labeled and marked, with water to flush the spill area.


  5, a large number of spills: contact fire, emergency handling units and suppliers for assistance.


  Seventh, Safe disposal and storage methods


  7.1 Disposal:


  1. Use adequate ventilation and exhaust equipment.


  2. Avoid skin and eye contact.


  3, to avoid inhalation of aerosols, moisture, dust or smoke, keep the container sealed, do not ingest.


  4, implement good industrial hygiene measures, please wash after the operation, especially before eating or smoking.


  7.2 Storage:


  1. Static electricity accumulation will point to gas mist, which should be prevented by parallel, grounding or inert gas to prevent possible combustion hazards.


  2. Keep the container sealed and away from Mars and flames.


  Eighth. Exposure prevention measures


  8.1 Engineering Control:


  Local exhaust: Recommended facilities are recommended.


  Ventilation equipment: It is recommended to use the relevant facilities.


  8.2 Personal protective equipment:


  Respiratory protective equipment should be used unless adequate local exhaust ventilation or exposure assessments demonstrate that the exposure is within the recommended standards. The industrial health department can assist in determining whether existing mechanical control equipment is appropriate.


  Respiratory protection: Organic vapor canister chemical respiratory protection.


  Hand protection: Chemical protective gloves.


  Eye protection: Use safety goggles.


  Skin and body protection: Wash before and during meals. Contaminated clothing and shoes should be removed as soon as possible and thoroughly cleaned before use. Chemical protective gloves are recommended.


  8.3 Health measures:


  1. Remove the contaminated clothing as soon as possible after work, wash it before you can wear it or discard it, and inform the laundry personnel of the harmfulness of the pollutant.


  2, smoking or eating is strictly prohibited in the workplace.


  3. Wash hands thoroughly after handling this.


  4. Maintain workplace cleanliness.


  Ninth. Physical and chemical properties:


  9.1 material state, liquid 9.2 shape: -


  9.3 Color: slightly yellow 9.4 odor: ester solvent smell


  9.5 ph value: / 9.6 boiling point / boiling point range: 148-151 ° C


  9.7 decomposition temperature: >200 ° C 9.8 flash point: 48 ° C (closed cup)


  9.9 Natural temperature: >200°C 9.10 Explosion limit: 1.5c/o-7.0c/o


  9.11 vapor pressure: 3.8mmHg (at20 ° C) 9.12 vapor density (air = 1): 4.6


  9.13 specific gravity (water = 1): 1.04 9.14 Solubility: not allowed in water


  Tenth, Stability and reactivity:


  10.1 Stability: Stability under normal conditions.


  10.2 Possible hazardous reactions in special cases: May react with strong oxidants.


  10.3 Conditions to avoid: static electricity, flames, sparks, heat and ignition sources.


  10.4 Substances that should be avoided: strong oxidants, strong bases, strong acids.


  10.5 Hazardous decomposition products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ammonia compounds.


  Eleventh. Toxic information:


  11.1 Acute toxicity: Inhalation: Inhalation of droplets or vapors may cause irritation of the upper respiratory tract.


  Skin fusion: may cause toxic irritation.


  Eyes are blended: Aerosols can irritate the eyes. Direct contact can cause severe irritation.


  Ingestion: When vomiting and inhaling liquid, it may seriously damage the lungs.


  LD50 (test animals, exposure route): 7964mg/kg (rat, swallowed)


  LD50 (test animals, exposure route): >5000ppm/6H (rat, inhalation)


  11.2 Local effects: May cause irritation to the eyes and skin.


  11.3 Sensitivity: There is no applicable information.


  11.4 chronic toxicity or long-term toxicity


  Inhalation: Excessive inhalation exposure may harm the following organs: blood, lungs, liver, kidneys, nervous system, bone marrow.


  Skin contact: Excessive exposure will damage the internal system of the body, repeated or prolonged exposure, which may cause severe irritation.


  Ingestion: Repeated or large intake may damage the internal system or organs of the body.


  11.5 Special effects: No data available.


  Twelfth. Ecological information:


  12.1 Environmental fate and distribution: Do not allow it to enter water, wastewater or soil.


  12.2 Environmental effects: Bioaccumulation: No data available.


  Biodegradation: There is no applicable data.


  12.3 Treatment effect of sewage treatment equipment: There is no applicable data.


  Thirteenth. Disposal methods


  13.1 Disposal methods


  1. Refer to relevant regulations for handling


  2. Store the waste to be disposed according to storage conditions


  3. Can be treated by specific incineration method


  Fourteenth. Shipping information


  14.1 International Shipping Regulations:


  US Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Rating: 39 (flammable liquid)


  Shipping, IMDG classification: 3.3 (flammable liquid)


  Shipping, IATA Rating: 3 (flammable liquid)


  Packing level: III


  14.2 UN number: 1866 (resin solution)


  14.3 Domestic transportation regulations: National, provincial/municipal and local transportation regulations are required.


  14.4 Special Shipping Methods and Precautions: No applicable information


  Fifteenth. Regulatory information


  15.1 Applicable regulations:


  1. Environmental Protection Law


  2. Regulations on the Safety Management of Chemical Dangerous Goods (promulgated by the State Council on February 17, 1987)


  3. Regulations for the Administration of Chemical Dangerous Goods Safety Management (Chemical Labor Union [1992] No. 677)


  4. Regulations on the safe use of chemicals in the workplace ([1996] Labor Department issued No. 423)


  5. Classification and marking of commonly used dangerous chemicals (GB13690-1992)


  6. General rules for the storage of commonly used dangerous chemicals (GB15603-1995)


  7. Dangerous goods packaging mark (GB190-1990)


  8. General technical conditions for transportation of dangerous goods (GB12463-1990)


  Sixteenth. Other information


  16.1 References:-


  16.2 Watchmaking unit: Zhejiang Letai New Material Co., Ltd.


  16.3 Manufacturer or Supplier Address: Guanyang Road, Wanyou Avenue, Huixin New District, Changshan County, Zhangzhou City, Zhejiang Province


  Zip code: 324200


  Tel: 0570-5168678/5168676


  Fax: 0570-5168677





  Product operation instructions


Product name


lot number


Date of manufacture




Silicone coating











Coating operation instructions


  1. The coating is an oil-soluble suspension coating, which can be sprayed by a general spray gun. The final film thickness is recommended to be between 13 and 18 μm. The spraying pressure is not less than 0.45-0.55MPA, and the air is required to be separated and filtered by water and oil to ensure the air is clean and clean; the spraying container and equipment must be kept clean, and the container and spraying equipment must not be mixed with the coating of other systems.


  2. The solids in the coating will settle to the bottom when placed for a long time, so shake well before use;


  3. The surface of aluminum and aluminum alloy products can be directly sprayed after degreasing and grinding. The cast aluminum and stainless steel should be sprayed after sandblasting (recommended roughness 4-6um). The surface temperature before the workpiece is sprayed should be 40-60. Between °C.


  4. After the coating is sprayed, it is necessary to form a coating through four processes of surface drying, solidification, sintering and cooling. The time should be 25-30 minutes. The temperature control adopts the form of continuous temperature rise, that is, from the furnace mouth temperature (50-80 ° C) to the 285 ± 10 ° C sintering temperature (the highest temperature peak can not exceed 300 ° C), preferably between 10 - 50 ° C between 8-10 Minutes, the interval between 280 °C and above must be kept between 8-10 minutes. The particularly thick workpiece can increase the sintering time appropriately. In principle, the metal temperature of the workpiece should reach 280±10 °C, and the cooling can be both cold and cold.


  A. This product is easy to absorb moisture, so it should be sent into the furnace immediately after spraying. The temperature at the inlet is not lower than 40-50 °C.


  B. In the dry area of ​​the surface, exhaust should be set up so that the solvent can be fully discharged when it is volatilized.


  C. If your equipment is a segmented structure, the workpiece can be dried first and then solidified and sintered in time.


  5. If the paint needs to be reworked after film formation, it is necessary to remove the surface paint film and then spray it. It is recommended to polish it to the physical surface without obvious roughness and particulate matter before returning.


Another: I hope that the user will carefully read and strictly follow the operation instructions, otherwise the company will not bear any losses. If there is any abnormality in your use, please stop the construction immediately and ask for your 24-hour service number 13890797670 Our company will strive to arrive at the scene to deal with the anomaly in the shortest time.













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