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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

PLYWOOD AND DOORS

TRADE NAME: HARDWOOD PLYWOOD AND DOORS
SYNONYMS: BY-PRODUCTS
DESCRIPTION: HARDWOOD AND/OR SOFTWOOD VENEER LAMINATED PANELS BONDED
  TO WOOD COMPONENTS SUCH AS PARTICLE BOARD, M.D.F.MIEDIUM
  DENSITY FIBERBOARD OR OTHER WOOD VENEER USING UREA-
  FORMALDEHYDE RESIN.
PHYSICAL DATA     HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS    
Boiling Point   N/A EXPOSURE LIMITS    
Specific Gravity (H20 = 1)   < 1   ACGIH-TLV-TWA 5mg Softwood
Vapor Pressure   N/A   ACGIH-TLV-TWA 1mg Select Hardwood
Vapor Density   N/A   OSHA-PEL-TWA 5 mg Total Wood Dust
Melting Point   N/A   OSHA-PEL-TWA 2.5 mg Select Hardwood
Evaporation Point   N/A   OSHA-PEL-STEL 10mg Total Wood Dust
Solubility in H2o   <.1%   OSHA-PEL-TWA 75 ppm Formaldehyde
PH   N/A   OSHA-PEL-STEL 2.5ppm Formaldehyde
% Volatiles by volume @ 70 F   0   ACGIH-TLV-CELING 3ppm Formaldehyde
Appearance and Odor: Light to dark color. Color and odor are dependent        
upon wood species.     REACTIVITY DATA    
      Stability:   Stable under normal conditions
FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA      Incompatibility (Materials to Avoid): Avoid contact with oxidizing
Flash Point   N/A agents. Avoid open flames. Product may ignite at temperatures in    
Autoignition Temp   Not Available excess of 400 F.   
Flammable Limits:     Hazardous Decomposition of By-Products:    
  LEL 40 grams M3   Thermal and/or thermal decomposition products include  
  UEL N/A carbon monoxide, hydrogen cyanide, aldehydes, organic acids   
Special Firefighting Procedures:     and polynuclear aromatic compounds.    
  Wet down with water   Hazardous Polymerization:   Not Applicable
Extinguishing Media   Water, CO2,      
    Sand POTENTIAL AIRBORNE RELEASES    
Explosion Data   N/A This Product may release small quantities of formaldehyde    
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards:     (CAS No. 50-00-0) in gaseous form. Emissions decrease    
  Sawing, Sanding and Machining can produce Wood dust as a by-product. Wood dust may explode in the presence of an ignition source. An airborne concentration of 40 grams of dust Per cubic meter of air is often used as the LED for wood dust.          through time as the panels age.Manual or mechanical cutting or    
    abrasion processes performed on this product can result in the   
    generation of wood dust.