Polypropylene Material Safety Data Sheet
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Melting Point: 160°C
Vapor Density: N/A
Solubility in Water:
Specific Gravity: 0.90
Volatile By Volume: N/A
Appearance and Odor: Granular
appearance, slight to no odor.
FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS
Auto Ignition Temperature:
Flammable Limits (STP): N/A
Use water fog, dry chemicals or CO2
Special Fire Fighting
Protective Equipment: Firefighters should be equipped with
self-contained breathing apparatus
Unusual Fire and
Explosion Hazards: Molten plastics, dust can cause explosion
STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Products: CO2 , Carbon Monoxide
Will not occur
HEALTH HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
General: Toxicity information is not available for this
composite. The health hazard assessment is based on
information available for the components involved in the
Inhalation: Dust from product can cause
irritation of the respiratory system. See precautions and
personal protection (section 8 for more information) people
with sensitive respiratory systems should wear respirators.
Other Effects of Overexposure: None known
Material % TLV
Polypropylene 100 N/A N/A
Synonyms: Polypro / Polypropylene
FIRST AID PROCEDURES
Skin: Wash with cool water and treat
for thermal burns. Do not peel off plastic from skin, but
get medical treatment quickly.
Eyes: Flush with water for
15 minutes. If irritation persists, get medical attention.
Inhalation: Get to fresh air quickly.
DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Method: Dispose of in Local, State or Federally approved
landfill for such materials.
Spills: Sweep, vacuum or
shovel into a drum for disposal or reuse. No special
precautions are needed.
EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTION
Ventilation: Local exhaust
Standard MSHA / NIOSH approved respirator for dust and
Other protective equipment: Gloves, heat
resistant shoes, clothing and safety glasses are
Disclaimer: The information herein is given in good
faith but no warranty, expressed or implied is made.