StarChem™ BTMAC 60

Company Information

Company Name
StarChem, LLC
Manufacturing Address
10150 Greenville Hwy, Wellford, SC 29385
Product Information
Chemical Name
Trimethylbenzyl ammonium chloride
Harmonized Tariff Code
3402.12.50
Export Classification
EAR-99
CAS Number
56-93-9
EINECS Number
200-300-3
REACH Classification
01-2119963367-27-0002

Typical Physical Properties

Appearance

Clear Liquid

Color (APHA)

Less than 100

Free Amine

Less than 0.02

Refractive Index

1.470

Activity

~60%

pH (10% aq)

6.5 – 8.5

Storage & Shipping
Recommended Storage Temperatures
Between 5°C – 45°C
Shipping Name
Toxic Liquid, n.o.s. (benzyltrimethylammonium chloride 60% aqueous)
Identification Number
UN2810

Storage Conditions

StarChem BTMAC 60. should be stored in closed, factory-sealed containers at temperatures between 10°C (50°F) and 49°C (120°F). Product stored for a prolonged period of time should be kept under a nitrogen atmosphere. The product should be used within three years of the date of manufacture. Please refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for this product for instructions on safe and proper handling and disposal.

Shipping Status

Non-regulated

Hazardous Classification
6.1

Other Information

Standard Packaging

460 (484) lb HMO Drums ; 2300 (2431) lb Totes

Shelf Life

12 months from the date of manufacture

Country of Origin

USA

Listed International Inventories

TSCA, DSL, ECHA, REACH (Polymer), ECS, IECSC, AICS, ENCS, PICCS
Food Allergen Labeling (FALCPA)
StarSoft HL 10 is readily biodegradable

Animal Origin

This product does not contain any animal derived ingredients.

Genetically Modified Organisms

The fatty acid used for this product is derived from plants that are not genetically modified. The sorbitol used in this product is derived from corn that may be genetically modified. PCR analysis of the sorbitol used in this product indicates that it does not contain genetically modified DNA/RNA.

Prop 65

To the best or our knowledge this product contain no substances listed on California Prop 65.