Agent Name

Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated heavy

CAS Number

64742-48-9

Major Category

Other Classes

Synonyms

Hydrotreated heavy naphtha (petroleum); Hydrotreated light steam cracked naphtha residuum (petroleum); Naphtha, petroleum, hydrotreated heavy; Naphtha, (petroleum), hydrotreated heavy; [ChemIDplus] Low boiling point hydrogen treated naphtha; Catalytic Reformer Feed; [ICSC] CLERANE 230; CLERANE 260; DESULPHURISED NAPHTHA; DSP 100/120 feed; Exsol d 140/170 - Exsol 30; Exxsol 100/140 feed; Exxsol D180/200 - Actrel 1156D; Exxsol D30; Exxsol D30 feed; Exxsol D40; Exxsol D40 - Exxsol D40WO - Flotation solvent; Exxsol D60; Exxsol D60 - Petro 60; Exxsol DHN50; Exxsol DSP 145/160; Heptane feed; HF-HVN; HVN; HYDROTREATED HEAVY NAPHTHA; ISANE IP 155; ISANE IP 165; ISANE IP175; ISANE IP 185; ISANE HB; LBF diisopentanise; LIAV 110; LIAV 200; Mineral Spirits, Isoparaffin hydrocarbon; Naphtha hydrotraite a point d ebullition bas; NAPHTHA; Nappar 10 - Actrel 2240L; Nappar 11 - Actrel 2256L - EFN 200/225; Nappar 9 - Acteel 2221L; Platformer Feed; Powerformer Feed; Reformer feed; Refoermerfeed; SPIRDANE BT; SPIRDANE D 30; SPIRDANE D 40; SPIRDANE D 60; SPIRDANE D 60 L; SPIRDANE K 1; SPIRDANE L 1; SPIRDANE L 30; Sweet powerformer feed; Synthetic isoparaffinic hydrocarbon solvent; Treated Naphtha; [IUCLID] Spirdane D 30; Sabinate; Spirdane D 60; [Total Petrochemicals MSDS] UN3295

Category

Petroleum Distillates, Other

Description

Colorless liquid; [ICSC]

Sources/Uses

Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used in the chemical, fuel, pulp & paper, textile processing, petroleum refining, and coatings (paints, lacquers, and varnishes) industries; Used as a fuel, intermediate, lubricant additive, cleaning/washing agent, disinfectant, and solvent; [IUCLID] Used in solvents, paints, impregnation, cleaning/washing agents, biocides/pesticides, degreasers, wood preservatives, and adhesives; [ExPub: ECHA] Used as a fuel in petroleum refineries; [EPA ChAMP]

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 C6 through C13 and boiling range of 65 deg C to 230 deg C; [ChemIDplus] Vapor is a mild eye irritant; Inhalation of high concentrations can cause CNS depression; Ingestion can cause aspiration into the lungs; [ICSC] Decreased body weight, increased relative liver weight and total bilirubin, and hematological changes in repeated-dose oral study of rats at 750 mg/kg/day; [Reference #1] May cause irritation; Harmful by ingestion (may cause lung damage by aspiration); Inhalation of high concentrations may cause CNS depression; [Total Petrochemicals MSDS] See "Kerosene" and "Jet fuel."

Reference Link

EPA Hazard Characterization Document: Kerosene/Jet Fuel Category - 2011

Exposure Assessment
MAK

50 ppm

Lethal Concentration

LC50 (rat) = 8,500 mg/m3/4hr

Explanatory Notes

For TLV, see Appendix H: Reciprocal Calculation Method for Certain Refined Hydrocarbon Solvent Vapors; [TLVs and BEIs] VP = 0.75-2.25 mm Hg at 20 deg C; [ICSC] The Guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook is for "Hydrocarbons, liquid, n.o.s."

Adverse Effects
Neurotoxin

CNS Solvent Syndrome

Hepatotoxin

Hepatotoxin, Secondary

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