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Caution: ARDEX P-82 must be applied in a thin layer within one hour of mixing. A thick coat will produce a soft and rubbery surface which can result in cracking of the ARDEX K-15 Underlayment.
Note: Low substrate temperatures and/or high ambient humidity require longer drying time for ARDEX primers. Do not install ARDEX K-15 before primer has dried thoroughly.
Acute Health Effects:
Health Hazard Data
Route(s) of Entry
Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic)
EXCESSIVE OR LONG-TERM INHALATION MAY CAUSE PNEUMOCONIOSIS (SILICOSIS). MAY CAUSE IRRITATION TO NOSE, THROAT AND RESPIRATORY PASSAGES.
Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
EXPOSURE TO SKIN OR EYES MAY CAUSE RASH OR IRRITATION. INHALATION MAY CAUSE COUGH, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, WHEEZING AND REDUCED PULMONARY FUNCTION.
Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure:
ALLERGIES TO PORTLAND CEMENT OR INDIVIDUALS WITH RESPIRATORY DISEASE OR SUBJECT TO EYE IRRITATION.
Chronic Health Effects:
EXCESSIVE OR LONG-TERM INHALATION MAY CAUSE PNEUMOCONIOSIS (SILICOSIS).
Emergency First Aid Procedures
SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION. INHALATION MAY RESULT IN RESPIRATORY IRRITATION - REMOVE TO FRESH AIR. SKIN -
WASH WITH SOAP AND WATER. EYES - FLUSH WITH WATER. INGESTION - DILUTE WITH WATER.
0 = Minimal; 1 = Slight; 2 = Moderate; 3 = Serious; 4 = Severe; N = No information provided by manufacturer; * = Chronic Health Hazard
From MSDS Precautions to Be Taken in Handling and StoringNONE. STORE IN A COOL, DRY AREA. USE NORMAL PRECAUTIONS AGAINST BAG BREAKAGE. USE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING TO PREVENT DUST ACCUMULATION.Other PrecautionsDO NOT BREATHE DUST.
From MSDS Waste Disposal MethodDISPOSE OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL, STATE/PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.