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EC number: 695-930-2
CAS number: 13676-53-4
In the investigation of self-ignition in the
Grewer-Oven initially an endothermic process was observed for the pure
test item and the test item in mixture with Kieselguhr in the
temperature range of 100 -130 °C. This effect is attributed to the
melting of the test item. Hence the pure test item flowed out of the
wire basket before self-ignition could occur. The test item mixed with
Kieselguhr showed a multi-stage self-ignition beginning at a temperature
of 130 °C. This self-ignition led to a final temperature of approx. 610
1: Results of the screening test for self-ignition in the Gewer-Oven
Onset self ignition / °C
Maximum temperature / °C
Pure test item
Test item in mixture with Kieselguhr (1:1)
- guideline study according to UN
Recommendation on the TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS: Manual of Tests and
Criteria, Rev. 6 (2015) and UN-Model_Regulations, Rev. 19 (2015), \/Dl
2263 Sheet 1, Grewer-Oven (1990), no self-ignition of the test item
The present study was conducted to determine
the self-ignition temperature of m-Xylylenebismaleimide according to VDI
2263, sheet1 and with respect to the classification procedure of the UN
Transport Regulation (Class 4, Division 4.2) and GHS or EC 1272/2008
(CLP Regulation) Annex 1: 2.11) in a Gewer Oven. Due to melting of the
substance between 100 and 130°C respectively, the substance is
considered not to exhibit self-ignition.
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