Choose The Correct SDS Sheet

To assure on-the-job safety and minimize health risks, be sure to follow all applicable safety and health precautions for using PPG products. These precautions can be found on PPG product labels and on Safety Data Sheets (SDS).

The label on an intermix formula container will have a 1, 3, 4 or 5 number designation to match the proper SDS sheet. The number designation refers to the following:

#1 - Formulas without US GHS SDS reportable levels of lead, manganese, chromium, cadmium or nickel
#3 - Formulas contain US GHS SDS reportable levels of nickel, may also contain trivalent chromium and/or manganese (but no intentionally added lead, hexavalent chromium or cadmium)
#4 - Formulas contain US GHS SDS reportable lead, hexavalent chromium and/or cadmium, may also contain nickel, trivalent chromium and/or manganese
#5 - Formulas contain US GHS SDS reportable trivalent chromium and/or manganese (but no intentionally added lead, hexavalent chromium, cadmium or nickel)


3M Product SDS

If you require an English language US SDS for a 3M product, visit the 3M SDS Search page. If you need another country SDS, visit 3M.com. Select your location and language and then use the SDS Search link at the bottom of the page.


SDS Search

If your requested SDS is not provided by the website program, call 1-800-647-6050 and enter 1-4, indicate your requirement and you will be placed with the appropriate resource.

Enter search criteria matching the document(s) you would like to view, then click 'Search.' The results of your search will be displayed below.

PPG United States (US) SDS GHS
PPG Canada–Mexico MSDS
All Forms