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**** MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET = ****

22240- STABIL Marine Fuel Stabilizer


SEC 1 - PRODUCT AND MANUFACTURER INFO   SEC 9 - PHYS, CHEM PROPERTIES
SEC 2 - COMPOSITION INFORMATION         SEC 10 - STABILITY, REACTIVITY
SEC 3 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION          SEC 11 - TOXICOLOGY INFORMATION
SEC 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES              SEC 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
SEC 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES          SEC 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
SEC 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES     SEC 14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION
SEC 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE            SEC 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION
SEC 8 - EXPOSURE, PERS. PROTECTION      SEC 16 - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

**** SECTION 1 - CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND MANUFACTURER=20 IDENTIFICATION ****

Product Name: 22240- STABIL = Marine Fuel=20 Stabilizer

Part Number:

22240

Product = CAS:=20 Mixt-ur-e

Product Code: 22240

Synonyms: = 22240=20 STABIL Marine Fuel Stabilizer; 22240- STABIL Marine Fuel Stabilizer; = 22241-=20 STABIL Marine Fuel Stabilizer; 22250- STABIL Marine Fuel = Stabilizer

MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION=20
    Name:    Gold = Eagle=20 Company
    Address: 4400 S. Kildare = Blvd.=20
    City:    Chicago&n= bsp;     =20 State: IL      Zip: = 60632-4372

For information call:=20 773-376-4400

Emergency = Number:=20 N/A

Emergency = Agency:=20 INFOTRAC

Agency=20 Number: 1-800-535-5053

MSDS = Effective=20 Date: 6/20/2007

MSDS Supersedes Date: 3/11/2010 =
Miscellaneous:
Product CAS: = Mixture Brief Description: Fuel stabilizer for gasoline powered = engines.

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**** SECTION 2 - COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON = INGREDIENTS=20 ****

Chemical Name                    =
                     CAS       MIN     MAX
Petroleum Distillate                           64742-47-8         0      =
80
Additive Mixture                                   (none)         0      =
20
Miscellaneous:
CHEMICAL NAME = LIMIT VALUES Additive Mixture (CAS#:Mixture) N/A Petroleum Distillate = N/A

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**** SECTION 3 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION = ****

EMERGENCY =
OVERVIEW:
NFPA:=20 Health: 1 Fire: 1 Reactivity: 0 Specific = Hazard:=20 None=20

HMIS: Health: 1 Flammability: 1 = Reactivity: 0=20 PPE: B

Miscellaneous:
This product may contain = components above de minimus concentrations that are
considered = carcinogenic by OSHA, IARC, NTP or Proposition = 65.

POTENTIAL =
HEALTH EFFECTS
Target Organs/Primary Route(s) of = Entry:
=
Eye:
Mild = irritant.


Skin:
Mild = irritant


Ingestion:
Toxicity = is relatively low, there is a risk of aspiration of product into the = lungs.
On ingestion of large quantities, slight GI discomfort = diarrhea, and headache may
occur. Small doses may produce = irritation and = diarrhea.


Inhalation:
L= ow risk of inhalation. Mists above TLV may cause chemical = pneumonitis.


Miscellaneous:

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**** SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES = ****

Eye:
If the = product contacts the eyes, immediately wash the eyes with large = quantities of
room temperature water for at least 15 minutes, = occasionally lifting the lower and
upper lids. Get medical = attention immediately.


Skin:
If = the product contacts the skin, promptly wash the contaminated skin with = soap and
water for at least 15 minutes. If this product penetrates = the clothing, promptly
remove the clothing and wash the skin with = soap and = water.


Ingestion:
Do not = induce vomiting, product contains petroleum distillate. Get medical =
attention = immediately.


Inhalation:
Move the exposed person to fresh air at once and call emergency = medical care. If
breathing has stopped, give artificial = respiration. If breathing is difficult, give
humidified = oxygen.


Notes to = Physician:
No data = available.


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**** SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES = ****

Flash Point: =
173 F


AutoIgnition = Temperature: = N/A


Flammable = Limits
    Lower Limit: = Explosive Limit (LEL): = 0.8


    Upper Limit: = Explosive Limit (UEL): = 7.0


Extinguishing = Media:
Use carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam = and/or water fog as extinguishing = media.


Unusual Fire and Explosion = Hazards:
Water may cause = frothing


Special Fire Fighting = Procedures:
Wear NIOSH approved SCBA respirator in = the positive pressure mode and chemical
protective = clothing.


General = Information:
Flammable Limits: 0.8 to = 7.0

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**** SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES = ****

Small Spill:  Remove =
sources of heat or ignition, provide adequate ventilation, 
contain = leak using absorbent, inert, non-combustible material. Large Spill: Contain spill, transfer to secure containers. In the = event of an
uncontrolled material release, the user should determine = if release is reportable
under applicable laws and = regulations.

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**** SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE = ****

Handling:
See = other sections of MSDS.


Storage:
See other = sections of MSDS.

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**** SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS, PERSONAL = PROTECTION=20 ****

GENERAL HYGIENE =
CONSIDERATIONS:
Use normal hygiene = practices.


OTHER = PRECAUTIONS:
Product is combustible, handle = accordingly.


ENGINEERING = CONTROLS:
Local Exhaust: Provide local = ventilation to maintain exposure levels below
recommended exposure = limits. Mechanical (General): In confined spaces, mechanical ventilation may be = required. Special Ventilation: OSHA = TWA=3D5mg/m3


PERSONAL = PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Eyes/face:
Use splash = proof chemical, safety goggles or appropriate full-face = respirator.


Skin:
Use oil = impervious gloves as = required.


Respirators:
Norm= ally none is required. If high vapor or mist concentration are = expected, use
appropriate NIOSH approved respirator for organic = vapors and mists. Respirators
must be selected based on the = airborne levels found in the workplace and must not
exceed the = working limits of the respirator.


Other = Protective Clothing/Equipment:
If there is a = possibility of exposure of an individual's body to the product, wear =
body-covering work clothes to avoid prolonged or repeated = exposure.

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**** SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES = ****

Appearance/Odor:
Blue green liquid, = solvent odor

pH: = N/A

Vapor Pressure: (MM HG): LT=20 3.0

Vapor Density(Air=3D1): = 4.8

Evaporation Rate: = N/A

Viscosity: N/A

Boiling Point: 180 F.

Freezing/Melting Point:=20 N/A

Decomposition Temperature:=20 N/A

Solubility in Water: = Negligible

Specific Gravity: 0.9

Molecular Formula: = N/A

Molecular Weight: = N/A

VOC Coating (minus water): = 0=20   Lbs/Gallon

Coating Density : 0 =   Lbs/Gallon

Solvent Density : 0 =   Lbs/Gallon

Percent Solvent (volume):=20 60=20

Percent Solids (volume): = 0

Percent Water (volume): = 0=20

Percent Volatile by Weight: = 0=20

Miscellaneous:
% = Volatile/Volume: 100.0 Percent Solvent (Volume): N/A Percent Solids (Volume): N/A Percent Water (Volume): N/A Product is combustible, keep away from sources of ignition, oxidizing = materials and
acid. Store in an area equipped with automatic = sprinklers or fire extinguishing
system. Empty containers contain = product residues, assume emptied containers to
have same hazards as = full containers.

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**** SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY = ****

Chemical =
Stability:
Stable: Yes


Conditions to = Avoid:
Store below 150 F. Do not apply high = heat or flame to container. Keep separate
from strong oxidizing = agents.


Incompatibilities with Other = Materials:
Strong = oxidants.


Hazardous Decomposition = Products:
Excessive heating and/or = incomplete combustion will produce carbon = monoxide.


Hazardous = Polymerization:
Hazardous polymerization = may occur: No

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**** SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION = ****

No data =
available.

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**** SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION ****

No data =
available.

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**** SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS = ****

Dispose of product =
in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.  Before =

attempting clean up, refer to other sections of MSDS for hazard = warning information.

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**** SECTION 14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION = ****

Transportation =
Information:
Shipping Information (CFR 49 and IMDG): Proper Shipping Name: Gasoline Additive, N.O.I. DOT Hazard Class: Not applicable DOT UN Number: None applicable IMDG Shipping Name: Non-Hazardous Gasoline Additive Flashpoint GT 141.5 = F.


Label Information:
No data = available.

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**** SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION = ****

SARA Title III:

Section 302:  None
Section 304:  None
Section 311:  None
Section 313:  None

CERCLA:

Section 311(b)(4):  Requires discharges of crude oil and petroleum =
products in any 
kind or form to waters must immediately be reported = to the National Response Center
at (800) = 424-8802.

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**** SECTION 16 - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION = ****

Disclaimer:  =
Information presented herein is believed to be factual, as it has been =

derived from the works and opinions of persons believed to be = qualified experts.
However, nothing contained in this information = is to be taken as warranty or
representation for which the Gold = Eagle Co. bears legal responsibility. The user
should review any = recommendations in the specific context of the intended use to =
determine whether they are appropriate. Prepared by: Mike Profetto

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