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All of the MSDS are on www.Xeorx.com .
Just go there and search MSDS or PSTD and it is there.
There is nothing harmful in that ink.

Posted on Feb 04, 2008

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  • Rick Kasper Feb 19, 2008


    XEROX Material Safety Data Sheet MSDS No:
    B-0311

    Date:
    2/16/99

    Revision:
    2/24/06

    Manufacturer:
    Xerox Corporation Telephone # (s): Safety Information: (800) 828-6571

    Rochester, NY 14644 Health Emergency: (585) 422-2177

    Transportation Emergency (Chemtrec):
    (800) 424-9300

    Section I - Product Identification

    Trade Names/Synonyms:
    DocuColor 12/Document Centre ColorSeries 50 Part No.: WH: 5R616, 5R629, 5R711

    DocuColor 2045/DocuColor 2060/DocuColor 5252 XE: 5R90246

    Digital Color Press/DocuColor 5000 Digital Press/

    DocuColor 7000 Digital Press / DocuColor 8000

    Digital Press/ DocuColor 6060 Black Developer

    Chemical Name:
    None

    WHMIS Status:
    This is not a WHMIS controlled product.

    Ingredients (% by wt.) CAS No.

    Carrier (>93%)

    Manganese/magnesium/strontium ferrite 65997-18-4

    Toner (<7%)

    Bisphenol A polyester resin (90 – 95%) 122970-65-4

    Ca rbon black (3 – 6%) 1333-86-4

    Section I

  • Rick Kasper Feb 19, 2008


    Primary Route of Entry: Symptoms of Overexposure:

    Inhalation Minimal respiratory tract irritation may occur as with

    Eyes:
    exposure to large amounts of any non-toxic dust.

    Flush with water.

    Skin: Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure:

    Wash with soap and water. None when used as described by product literature.

    Inhalation:

    Remove from exposure. Additional Information:

    Ingestion:
    None

    Dilute stomach contents with several glasses of water.

    Section III - Toxicology and Health Information

    This material has been evaluated by Xerox Corporation. The following toxicity data is based on toner only.

    Oral LD50:
    >5 g/kg (rats) TLV: 10 mg/m3 (total dust)

    Dermal LD50:
    >5 g/kg (rabbits) PEL: 15 mg/m3 (total dust)

    Inhalation LC50:
    >5 mg/l (rats, 4 hr exposure) 5 mg/m3 (respirable dust)

    >20 mg/l (calculated 1 hr exposure) STEL: N.E.

    Eye Irritation:
    Not an irritant. Ceiling: N.E.

    Skin Sensitization:
    Not a sensitizer. XEL1: 2.5 mg/m3 (total dust)

    Skin Irritation:
    Not an irritant. 0.4 mg/m3 (respirable dust)

    Human Patch:
    Non-irritating, non-sensitizing.

    Mutagenicity:
    Ames negative

    Carcinogens:
    None present

    Aquatic LC50:
    N.E.

    Additional Information:

    The results obtained from a Xerox sponsored Chronic Toner Inhalation Study, demonstrated no lung change in rats for the lowest

    (1mg/m3) exposure level (i.e. the level most relevant to potential human exposure). A very slight degree of fibrosis was noted in 25% of

    the animals at the middle (4mg/m3) exposure level, while a slight degree of fibrosis was noted in all the animals at the highest (16mg/m3)

    exposure level. These findings are attributed to “lung overloading”, a generic response to excessive amounts of any dust retained in

    the lungs for a prolonged period. This study was conducted using a special test toner to comply with EPA testing protocol. The test

    toner was ten times more respirable than commercia

  • Rick Kasper Feb 19, 2008


    XEROX Trade Name:
    DocuColor 12/Document Centre ColorSeries 50, DocuColor 2045/ MSDS No.: B-0311

    DocuColor 2060/ DocuColor 5252 Digital Color Press/

    DocuColor 5000 Digital Press/ DocuColor 7000 Digital Press /

    DocuColor 8000 Digital Press/ DocuColor 6060 Black Developer

    Section IV - Physical Data

    Appearance/Odor:
    Black granular / faint odor Softening Range: N.D.

    Boiling Point:
    N.A. Melting Point: N.D.

    Solubility in Water:
    Negligible Specific Gravity (H2O=1): N.D.

    Evaporation Rate:
    N.A. Vapor Pressure (mm Hg): N.A.

    Vapor Density (Air=1):
    N.A. pH: N.A.

    Volatile:
    N.A. % (Wt.) N.A. % (Vol.)

    Section V - Fire and Explosion Data

    Flash Point (Method Used):
    N.A.

    Flammable Limits:
    LEL: N.A. UEL: N.A.

    NFPA 704:
    Health - 0, Fire - 1, Reactivity - 0

    Extinguishing Media:
    Water, foam, dry chemical.

    Special Fire Fighting Procedures:
    Avoid inhalation of smoke. Wear protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.

    Fire and Explosion Hazards:
    None

    Section VI -Reactivity Data

    Stability:
    Stable

  • Rick Kasper Feb 19, 2008


    Stability:
    Stable

    Hazardous Polymerization:
    Will Not Occur

    Hazardous Decomposition Products:
    Products of combustion may be toxic. Avoid breathing smoke.

    Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid):
    None

    Section VII - Special Protection Information

    Respiratory Protection:
    None required when used as intended in Xerox equipment.

    Eye Protection:
    None required when used as intended in Xerox equipment.

    Protective Gloves:
    None required when used as intended in Xerox equipment.

    Other:
    For use other than normal customer - operating procedures (such as in bulk toner

    processing facilities), goggles and respirators may be required. For more information,

    contact Xerox.

    Section VIII - Special Precautions

    Handling and Storage:
    None

    Conditions to Avoid:
    Avoid prolonged inhalation of excessive dust.

    Section IX- Spill, Leak, and Disposal Procedures

    For Spills or Leakage:
    If spilled, sweep up or vacuum.

    Waste Disposal Method:
    This material is not a hazardous waste according to Federal Regulation 40 CFR 261 when disposed.

    State and Local waste disposal requirements may however, be more restrictive. Consult with the

    appropriate State and Local authorities for specific information.

    Section X - Transportation Information

    DOT Proper Shipping Name:
    N.A. (Not Regulated) ID Number: N.A.

    Hazard Classification:
    N.A. Packing Group: N.A.

    602E40220

  • Rick Kasper Feb 19, 2008

    For toner composition there is no other information humanily possible to find.

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