Safety Data Sheet Issue Date: February 23, 2018
Identity: (As used on label and list)
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SECTION I: Material & Manufacturer Identification

Product Name GREASEMASTER R-300
Material Type LIQUID
Manufacturer Address RUSTECO
PO Box 11398
Torrance, CA 90510
Emergency Phone 800-787-8326
Fax 310-294-9635
E-mail rusteco@aol.com

SECTION II: Hazardous Ingredients & Identity Information

Based on constituent data: Oral LD50= (RAT) 1.26 g/Kg
Skin PIS (RBT) = Moderate
Eye Irritation (RBT) = Severe
Alkyl polyglucoside 5-15% Non-ionic Surfactant
CAS # 68515-73-81
Made from ingredients generally regarded as safe or permissible under CFR 21/178.1010 and CFR 21/182 respectively
DOT Hazard Class: Not Regulated
Biodegradability: Biodegradable
Corrosiveness: Non-Corrosive

SECTION III: Physical/Chemical Characteristics

Boiling Point 220 F Specific gravity (H2O = 1): 1.04
Solubility in Water Complete Melting point: Not available
Vapor Pressure (mm Hg) Not available Evaporation rate (Butyl Acetate = 1) : <1
Vapor Density (Air = 1) Not available Appearance and Odor: Clear, No odor
pH of 1% solution: 3.0-4.0
pH of 1% working solution: 6.5-7.0

SECTION IV: Fire and Explosion Data

Flash Point (Methods Used) Flammable Limits LEL UEL
N/A Aqueous N/A N/A N/A
Special Fire Fighting Procedures
Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and full protective gear when entering confined areas.
Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards

SECTION V: Reactivity Data

Stability Conditions to avoid
Stable under normal conditions Excessive heat
Incompatibility (Materials to avoid)
None known
Hazardous Decomposition or By-products
Thermal decomposition may produce carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulfide and oxides of sulfur.
Hazardous Polymerization Conditions to avoid
Will not occur Excessive heat

SECTION VI: Health Hazard Data

Routes of entry: Inhalation, Skin or Ingestion
Inhalation of mist, skin contact, ingestion
Health Hazards (Acute & Chronic)
Constituent Data
Skin Contact: No irritation
Eyes Contact: Moderately irritating, possible corneal damage
Ingestion: Slightly toxic
Inhalation: Low volatility makes vapor inhalation unlikely
Aerosol may be irritating
Carcinogenicity: No
IARC Monographs: No
OSHA regulated: No
Signs and Symptoms of Exposure
Sweating, burning sensation, vomiting, nausea, shortness of breath
Medical conditions generally aggravated by exposure
Mist may cause eye or respiratory irritation with coughing
Emergency and First Aid Procedures
    (A) Eyes
Immediately flush with plenty of water for 30 minutes, occasionally lifting lids. Call a physician.
    (B) Skin
Remove contaminated clothing and wash contact area with soap and water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, seek medical attention. Launder clothes before re-use.
    (C) Ingestion
If appreciable quantities are swallowed call a physician or poison control center. Drink one or two glasses of water. Do not induce vomiting or give anything to an unconscious person.

SECTION VII: Precautions for Safe Handling and Use

Steps to be taken in case material is released or spilled:
Contain spill or leak to prevent discharge to the environment. Remove free liquid, soak up with inert absorbent and place in contained waste treatment system.
Waste Disposal Method
Dispose of absorbed material in accordance with all Federal, State and Local regulations. Dispose of water in contained water treatment system.

SECTION VIII: Special Protection Information

FDA/USDA/CPSC: N/A DOT: Non-Regulated
TSCA: Proprietary Mixture whose components are listed on the TSCA inventory
Proper Shipping Name: Non-Regulated Hazardous Class: None
Label Requirements: None ID No.: None Other Info: N/A
EPA: Superfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act (SARA) Title III;
Section 313, Supplier Notification:

This product is known to contain the following chemicals, which are listed in 40 CFR 372.65 as toxic chemicals requiring notification:
Chemical Name CAS # Weight Percent
Not applicable N/A N/A

SECTION IX: Control Measures

Respiratory Protection (Specify Type)
Wear a properly fitting NIOSH/MSHA approved respirator
Local exhaust preferred
Protective Gloves
Impervious gloves to avoid contact
Eye Protection
Chemical goggles and/or full face shield as needed
Other Protective Clothing or Equipment
Wear impervious apron when splashing

SECTION XI: Special Precautions and Comments

Avoid skin and eye contact.
Ground containers when transferring from one to another.
Where dusty conditions exist, an explosive atmosphere could develop as with any organic material.

Other Precautions: Not applicable

Registration or Certifications: Not applicable






Dot Shipping name: N/A                 Dot label required: N/A
Dot Technical Name: N/A                Dot Placard required: N/A
Dot Primary Hazardous Class: N/A   Dot Poison Container: N/A
Dot Secondly Hazardous Class: N/A
Bill of Lading Description: Class 55
Air Freight: Approved by IATA, ICAO
Sea Freight: Not Regulated


TSCA Inventory Status: NO
RCRA Hazard Waste No: N/A
State Regulatory Info: USDA Approved


Hazardous rating OSHA: This product is considered NON HAZARDOUS and is safe for all type of transportation(Air and Sea Freight). Considered Class 55


Please read carefully prior to use

The information and data herein are believed to be accurate and have been compiled from sources to be believed to be reliable. It is offered for your consideration, investigation and verification. Buyer assumes all risk of usage, storage and handling of the product in compliance with Federal, State and Local laws and regulations. RUSTECO LLC MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, CONCERNING THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE INFORMATION AND DATA HEREIN. THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED. RUSTECO LLC will not be liable for claims relating to any party's use of or reliance on information and data contained herein, regardless of whether it is claimed that the information and data are inaccurate, incomplete or otherwise misleading.

RUSTECO, P.O Box 11398, Torrance, CA 90510
Effective Date: 02-23-18 Issue Four GREASEMASTER

Manufacturer's Environmental & Technical Specifications
The manufacturing process meets and/or exceeds the following safety and technical specifications:

1) Passed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Method for Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Effluents to Freshwater and Marine Organisms; EPA/600/4-85/013. The Ceriodaphnia dubia test organisms used must not be older than 24 hours (+/- 4 hours) at test initiation. The mortality rate of the test organisms was 0% during the 96 hours test period.

2) Approved for discharge into the Ballast Water Treatment Facilities such as operated by the ALYESKA Marine Terminal in Alaska and Port of Portland in Oregon.

3) Approved by the United States Department of Agriculture as an A1 cleaner in all meat and poultry processing plants.

4) Passed the United States Protection Agency's standards of 8240 and 8270 Volatile & Semi-Volatile Organics Analysis.

5) Meets the safety criteria of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a cleaner for use in all food handling establishments including the cleaning of baby milk bottles under CFR 21/178.1010

6) Passed the AQMD, State of California mandated Clean Air Solvent (CAS) Certification under eligibility determination by SCAQMD 313-91.

7) Is effective in cleaning applications at a dilution rate up to 3000 parts of water to one part of concentrate.

8) Approved by the County Sanitation District of Los Angeles County for discharge of the wastewater into the public sewer system.

9) Is certified as having no restrictions in transport or handling under the guidelines as established by organizations such as the UN, IMO, IATA and ICAO.

10) Meet the U.S. Navy specs on allowable salt deposits not exceeding three (3) microns per sq. cm prior to coating, after the surface has been cleaned. In accordance with EPA tests 600/R-95/136.

11) Acts as a Liquid Fertilizer after use life has expired.

GreaseMaster R-300 Fact Sheet
Mineral, Animal & Vegetable Fats
Oil or Grease (FOG) Removal
Product Description

The GreaseMaster R-300 is a concentrated liquid which is very effective in applications requiring the removal of mineral, animal or vegetable fats, oil or grease (FOG) and is an excellent all purpose cleaner for industrial, commercial or residential applications alike.

Physical Characteristics

The GreaseMaster is an inviscid fluid with a specific gravity and boiling point very close to that of water. Its primary effective ingredients are derived from organic plants, generally regarded as safe or permissible under Federal Regulations CFR 21/178.1010 and 21/182 respectively. The product is stable and non-reactive with other substances; is biodegradable and completely non-corrosive in concentrated form.

Method of Action

When applied to grease or oil contaminated areas, the R-300 binds to these substances drawing them away when the area is rinsed with water. It will effectively and selectively remove all oil or animal fat substances whether they exist as surface deposits or are deeply ensconced in some other material (oil soaked wood or fabric for example). After several hours of stagnation of the runoff mixture, the oil/fat contaminants will naturally achieve a very high degree of physical separation. (After 24 hours of settling, the GreaseMaster used solution has an oil content of 12.4 ppm, or less than 3 ppm when absorbent pads have been placed in the liquid, well below the EPA's requirement of 50 ppm for disposal into waste water treatment facilities). The contaminants can then be easily and economically recovered for subsequent reprocessing or disposal by skimming.

Handling Information

There are no OSHA, DOT or EPA restrictions in the handling, storage or transportation of the GreaseMaster either before or after use, (assuming that the contaminants have been separated).

Special Features

Because of its nature and method of application, the GreaseMaster has several characteristics which distinguish it from any other industrial/commercial cleaners:

1) From its manufacture to use or disposal, the GreaseMaster is exceptionally environmentally friendly. The product consists largely of waste from organically grown plants. With its ability to act as a de-emulsifier, the oil based contaminants can be easily recovered. Recovery can be used to recycle the oil-based substances, or, at a minimum, to reduce the amount of waste generated by the cleaning process. The GreaseMaster is benign, has almost a neutral pH and can be disposed of as a normal effluent (e.g. into the municipal sewer system) or can be used as a plant fertilizer.

2) The R-300 can be directly applied to heavily soiled or contaminated areas, which typically require 'pre-cleaning' when other cleaning agents are used. The R-300 can be effectively applied even on long standing grease and oil deposits, which have been infiltrated by other materials (sand, metal fillings, etc) and have congealed. Since pre-cleaning often constitutes a large part of degreasing costs (up to 80% for oil tanker cleaning) and man hours, the GreaseMaster allows the user to realize significant cost savings in many applications.

3) The benign nature and physical characteristics of the GreaseMaster allow a broad range of application methods. Approved by the USDA for use as a cleaner in food processing plants; Accepted as a cleaner that can be discharged at the BWTF (Ballast Water Treatment Facility) at the ALYESKA Marine Terminal; Approved for disposal into the tank farms at the Port of Portland; Suitable as an all purpose cleaner for furniture, bathrooms, kitchens, walls, floors, carpets, cars, upholstery, windows (streak free), concrete structures; highly effective and economical in hot tanks and jet washers as well as fuel tanks cleaning.

4) The GreaseMaster does not affect any other materials such as rubber, fabrics, plastic, painted surfaces or human skin. This allows the R-300 to be used where more caustic or acidic cleaners cannot, due to potential damage to surrounding materials.

5) The GreaseMaster provides a one-step removal process when used with a pressure washer in a direct injection method. The 100:1 pre-diluted solution is fed through the soap intake on the pressure washer and provides an instantaneous cleaning of the surface that can then be directly coated. The production rate in this application method is extremely efficient, much faster than ordinary cleaning.

6) As a specialty cleaner, the GreaseMaster's capabilities range from soft coating removal to 'six-oil' or just 'simply' chewing gum removal from carpets.
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