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EC number: 202-936-7
CAS number: 101-37-1
The substance triallyl cyanurate (CAS 101-37-1), is
not considered to be PBT/vPvB substances. This assessment is
based on the screening criteria given in the ‘Guidance on
information requirements and chemical safety assessment,
chapter R.11: PBT assessment’ (ECHA, 2014). As triallyl
cyanurate (CAS 101-37-1) is not biodegradable, it is
considered to fulfill the P criterion as a worst case
approach. The logPow is below the trigger of
4.5 for bioaccumulation ; therefore, triallyl cyanurate does
not fulfill the B criterion. Triallyl cyanurate is neither
classified as carcinogenic Cat. 1 A or 1B, germ cell
mutagenic Cat. 1A or 1B, nor toxic for reproduction Cat. 1A,
1B or 2 according to Regulation EC No 1272/2008
(CLP-Regulation). The substance does not exhibit any other
evidence of chronic toxicity and is not classified as
specific target organ toxicity after repeated exposure (STOT
RE Cat. 1 or 2). The effect levels for the acute aquatic
toxicity of triallyl cyanurate (CAS 101 -37 -1) are above
0.1 mg/L. Since this endpoint is above the trigger, which is
applied as screening information, triallyl cyanurate (CAS
101 -37 -1) does not meet the criteria for
toxicity (not T).
Furthermore, all assessed components, present > 0.1%
in the product, are not considered to be PBT/vPvB
substances. The components are not expected to contribute
significantly to the ecotoxicity of TAC.
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