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EC number: 202-992-2
CAS number: 101-96-2
For liquids, the flash point is considered as the most important value to define the ease of ignition. Furthermore, pyrophoricity and flammability on contact with water are to be considered in this endpoint. However, based on the chemical structure of the test substance and on experience in the handling and use of the substance, neither pyrophoric reactions nor flammability in contact with water are expected. Therefore, further testing was not deemed required.
studies are available on the flash point of 44-PD (CAS nr 101-96-2).
Both studies give similar results. In the fire protection guide the
flash point is 132 °C and in the study by Flexsys the flash point is
estimated to be between 137 and 148 °C. Therefore the flashpoint is
estimated to be > 132 and < 148 °C (at atmospheric pressure).
According to the
criteria described in section 2.2.5 of Annex VI to the DSD, liquids that
have a flash point > 21°C but ≤
55°C are identified as
flammable. Based on the
determined flash of the substance it can be concluded that the substance
is not flammable.
For the classification according to Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP), the
threshold value for classification as flammable liquid is situated at
60°C. Also in this case it can thus be concluded that the test substance
is not to be classified as flammable liquid.
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