Agent Name

Distillates (petroleum), hydrotreated middle

CAS Number

64742-46-7

Major Category

Other Classes

Synonyms

Amoco NT-45 process oil; Diesel 2; Hydrotreated middle distillates (petroleum); Kermac 600W (mineral seal oil); Distillates, petroleum, hydrotreated middle; Distillates (petroleum) hydrotreated middle; Distillates, (petroleum), hydrotreated middle; [ChemIDplus] Distillates: Straight run; Petroleum distillate; Straight run gasoline; [CHRIS] 40N; 50N; Actrel 1112L; Actrel S14; BANOLE 60; BANOLE LP; Desulphurized gas oil; EFD 280/320; Exx-print T88D; Exxsol D140; Gas oil HF; Gasolio pesante desolfarato; HC-DK; HDF 200; HDF 200 HF; HDF 2000; HDF 250; HDF 300; Heavy gas oil; Hydrofined ADO; Hydrofined GO; HYDROGENAT 055 B; HYDROSEAL G 2; HYDROSEAL G 2 H; HYDROSEAL G 232; HYDROSEAL G 232 H; HYDROSEAL G 3; HYDROSEAL G 3 H; HYDROSEAL G 400; Hydrotreated gasoil, D 10; ISANE IP 240; Light mineral lube oil basestock; Mineral white oil; Naphthenisches Oel 10/40; SCRIPTANE PW 2; SCRIPTANE PW 2 H; SCRIPTANE PW 232; SCRIPTANE PW 232 H; SCRIPTANE PW 3 H; SCRIPTANE PW 400; [IUCLID] Paraffin oil; Banole 50; [ToxPlanet: EFSA]

Category

Petroleum Distillates, Other

Description

Colorless liquid with an odor like gasoline; [CHRIS] Light yellow liquid; Formulated as an emulsifiable concentrate; [ToxPlanet: EFSA] Colorless liquid; [Total Petrochemicals MSDS]

Sources/Uses

Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used as an insecticide/acaricide on pome fruit, stone fruit, citrus, and potatoes; [ToxPlanet: EFSA] Used in the chemical, fuel, agricultural, electrical/electronic engineering, metal refining, coatings (paints, lacquers, and varnishes), polymers, and textile processing industries; Used for lubricant blending, petroleum refining, and manufacturing; Also used in explosives, fertilizers, cleaning/washing agents, disinfectants, lubricants, insulating agents, welding and soldering agents, printing inks, and solvents; [IUCLID]

Comments

TSCA Definition 2008: Obtained by treating a petroleum fraction with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst and consisting of hydrocarbons with carbon numbers of C11 through C25 and boiling range of 205 deg C to 400 deg C; [ChemIDplus] High vapor concentrations can cause smarting of the eyes and respiratory tract; Can cause smarting and reddening of the skin if remains on clothes; Inhalation may cause upper respiratory tract irritation, dizziness, coma, respiratory arrest and cardiac arrhythmias; An aspiration hazard; [CHRIS] Aliphatic hydrocarbons (mineral oils) are regarded as being biochemically inert in humans, and are almost completely excreted unchanged in the feces; They are used as pharmaceutical laxative, as lubricants/release agents for food contact articles, and in small amounts as substitutes for fat in foods; [ToxPlanet: EFSA] May cause irritation; An aspiration hazard by ingestion; Inhalation of high concentrations may cause CNS effects; [Total Petrochemicals MSDS]

Exposure Assessment
Odor Threshold Low

0.25 ppm

Explanatory Notes

Odor threshold from CHRIS;

Adverse Effects
Neurotoxin

CNS Solvent Syndrome

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