Solvent naphtha (petroleum), medium aliphatic

Agent Name
Solvent naphtha (petroleum), medium aliphatic
Alternative Name
Stoddard Solvent IIC
CAS Number
Major Category
Other Classes
Stoddard Solvent IIC; Medium aliphatic solvent naphtha (petroleum); Solvent naphtha (petroleum), medium aliph.; Solvent naphtha, petroleum, medium aliph.; Solvent naphtha, (petroleum), medium aliph.; [ChemIDplus] White spirit type 0, regular flash point; Straight run kerosine; Straight run white spirit; [ICSC] 150/200 Solvent; 200/230 Solvent; CARCAL 2; CARCAL 7; CAS 17/20; CAS 20/15; MEDIUM ALIPHATIC NAPHTHA; SBP11; SBP6; Stoddards Solvent; Varol; White Spirit; White Spirit 115 F; White Spirit 40; White Spirits; [IUCLID] UN1268
Petroleum Distillates, Other
Colorless liquid; [ICSC]
Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Active pesticide product registrations in the US; [NPIRS] Used in solvents, paints, lacquers, varnishes, cleaning/washing agents, and adhesives and binding agents; [Reference #1] Used in the chemical, coatings (paints, lacquers, and varnishes), textile processing, and solvent industries; Used as a fuel, cleaning/washing agent, disinfectant, and solvent; [IUCLID]
TSCA Definition 2008: Obtained from the distillation of crude oil and consisting of saturated hydrocarbons with carbon numbers of C9 through C12 and boiling range of 140 deg C to 220 deg C; [ChemIDplus] Vapor is a mild eye and respiratory tract irritant; Inhalation of high concentrations can cause CNS depression; Ingestion may cause aspiration into the lungs; Extended or repeated exposure may cause liver and CNS injury; [ICSC] The primary hazard of repeated inhalation exposure to white spirits is neurotoxicity; Long-term occupational exposure has been associated with chronic toxic encephalopathy; [Reference #1] An eye and respiratory tract irritant; May cause CNS depression; Chronic overexposure may have adverse effects on the liver, urinary system, brain, and nervous system; [Sherwin-Williams MSDS] See "Stoddard solvent."
Biomedical References

Exposure Assessment

Lethal Concentration
LC50 (rat) > 5,500 mg/m3/4hr
Explanatory Notes
For TLV, see Appendix H: Reciprocal Calculation Method for Certain Refined Hydrocarbon Solvent Vapors; [TLVs and BEIs] VP = 1.5-4.5 mm Hg at 20 deg C; [ICSC] The Guide in the Emergency Response Guidebook is for "Petroleum distillates, n.o.s."
high ambient temp required

Adverse Effects

Acute solvent syndrome
Hepatoxic (a) from occupational exposure (secondary effect) or (b) in animal studies or in humans after ingestion

Diseases, Processes, and Activities Linked to This Agent


Occupational diseases associated with exposure to this agent: