Tough Stuff Wood Stain provides a long lasting, maintenance free coating to color and protect wood without disturbing the natural texture.
EXCELLENT COLOR RETENTION: Pure organic oxide pigments and premix acrylic copolymers give Tough Stuff stains excellent long term color retention.
DEEP PENETRATION: Fast and deep penetration is achieved through advanced micro pigment technology. The resulting stain is locked into the wood and can not peel or flake like paint or conventional coatings.
ECONOMICAL AND COST EFFECTIVE: Excellent coverage rates and simple application give the Tough Stuff system an edge over even flat latex on rough surfaces for both price and appearance. Initial costs can pay back three-fold on the long term maintenance-free performance of Tough Stuff stains.
Color samples are one (1) coat of stain on standard Wolmanized lumber typically used for wood decking.
*NOTE: Computer monitors and web browser software often display colors differently. Please use these colors as a guideline only.
Custom colors available.
|Solids by Weight||45%|
|Solids by Volume||40.5%|
|Dry Time (75°F/24°C)||2 - 4 hours|
|Cure Time (75°F/24°C)||12 hours|
|Weight per Gallon||8.09 pounds / 3.67 kg|
|Shelf Life||Unlimited in unopened container|
|Storage||Do not store material at temperatures less than 40°F (4°C) or above 120°F (49°C).|
|SUBSTRATE||TOTAL SQ. FT./GAL.|
|Old Weathered Wood||100|
|5 gallon (19 liter) pail||46 pounds / 20.87 kg||55|
|55 gallon (209 liter) drum||465 pounds / 211 kg||55|
D.O.T. Shipping Information:
Coating Solution, NA1993,
Combustable Liquid, PG111
Health 2, Flammability 2, Reactivity 0, Protection - minimum requirements
Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Please contact your Coatings International representative for the most current information.
Revised May 2001
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I - MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATION
II - PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
III - FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
IV - REACTIVITY HAZARD DATA
V - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
VI - CONTROL AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES
VII - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE/LEAKS
Components - Chemical Name & Common Names
(Hazardous Components 1% or greater: Carcinogens 0.1% or greater)
|CHEMICAL NAME (COMMON NAME)||CAS #||%||OSHA PEL (PPM)||ACGIH TLV (PPM)||OTHER LIMITS|
|Mineral Spirits / Solvent Naphtha||8052-41-3||500 ppm||100 ppm|
No toxic chemical (s) subject to the reporting requirements of section 313 of Title 111 and of 40 CFR 372 are present.
|1) BOILING POINT||334°F / 168°C|
|2) SPECIFIC GRAVITY||.84 (Water = 1)|
|3) VAPOR PRESSURE||2 @ 20°C / 68°F|
|4) MELTING POINT||N/A|
|5) VAPOR DENSITY||> 1 / (Air = 1)|
|6) EVAPORATION RATE||< 1 / Slower than Ether|
|7) SOLUBILITY IN WATER||Non-soluble|
|8) WATER REACTIVE||N/A|
|9) APPEARANCE & COLOR||Liquid, Mild solvent odor|
|10) COATING VOC||4.95 Pounds/Gallon|
1) FLASH POINT & METHOD:
105°F / TCC
2) AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE:
3) FLAMMABILITY LIMITS IN AIR % BY VOLUME: N/A
4) EXTINGUISHER (MEDIA)
Foam, CO2, Dry Chemical, Water Fog
5) SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES:
Water should be used to cool containers to prevent pressure build up which could result in container rupture.
6) UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:
Vapor accumulations and spray mist may flash or explode if ignited. Water should be used to cool containers to prevent pressure build up which could result in container rupture. Vapors are heavier than air and may travel along the ground to ignition sources at locations distant from material handling point.
2) CONDITIONS TO AVOID:
3) INCOMPATIBILITY (Materials to Avoid):
4) HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:
May produce fumes when heated to decomposition. Fumes may contain Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide.
5) HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:
Will not occur
1) PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY:
2) CARCINOGEN LISTED IN:
3) HEALTH HAZARDS
ACUTE: Vapors are irritating to eyes, nose and throat. If inhaled they can cause headache, breathing difficulties, and loss of consciousness. Liquid is irritation to skin and eyes. If swallowed it will cause nausea and vomiting. Can be fatal if swallowed or taking into lungs
CHRONIC: Prolonged contact will cause drying and cracking of skin. Allergic responses may develop. Potential for liver and kidney damage.
4) SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:
INHALATION: Excessive inhalation of vapors can cause nasal and respiratory irritation, dizziness, weakness, fatigue, nausea and headache
SKIN CONTACT: Prolonged or repeated exposure can cause moderate skin irritation, defatting and dermatitis.
EYE CONTACT: Eye contact will result in severe irritation, redness, tearing and blurred vision
INGESTION: Can cause gastrointestinal irritation, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Aspiration of material into lungs can cause chemical pneumonitis which can be fatal.
5) MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:
Any skin or respiratory condition
6) EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
Seek medical assistance for further treatment, observation and support if necessary.
7) EYE CONTACT:
Flush with large amounts of water for 15 minutes. Get medical attention!
8) SKIN CONTACT:
Wash with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing. If irritation persists, get medical attention!
Remove subject to fresh air. Consult a physician.
Get immediate medical attention. Do not induce vomiting.
1) RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:
Use self-contained breathing apparatus where vapor concentrations are above TLV limits. Below TLV limits, use a NIOSH approved, canister type vapor respirator.
2) PROTECTIVE GLOVES:
Chemical resistant (Neoprene) gloves
3) EYE PROTECTION:
Safety glasses with side shields or goggles.
4) VENTILATION TO BE USED:
5) OTHER (Specify):
Wiping rage or other absorbents saturated with this product are potential sources of spontaneous combustion. Store all rags in a closed, water-filled container or spread out and allow to dry completely before disposal.
1) STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL IS SPILLED OR RELEASED:
Evacuate all non-essential personnel. Remove all sources of ignition. Ventilate the area. Equip employees with protective equipment. Absorb spill with a non-flammable absorbent. Place in closeable containers using non-sparking tools.
2) WASTE DISPOSAL METHODS:
Waste material must be disposed of as hazardous waste in accordance with local, State and Federal environmental regulations.
3) ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT:
4) PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE:
Avoid storage or use near sparks, heat or flame. Closed, empty containers of this product may be hazardous. Dispose of empty containers immediately after use.