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EC number: 607-239-5
CAS number: 23495-64-9
4.1. Description of first aid measures
In case of skin contact:
Areas of the body that have - or are only even suspected of having - come into contact with the product must be rinsed immediately with plenty of running water and possibly with soap.
If irritation OBTAIN IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.
Wash thoroughly the body (shower or bath).
Remove contaminated clothing immediately and dispose off safely.
In case of eyes contact:
After contact with the eyes, rinse with water with the eyelids open for a sufficient length of time, then consult an opthalmologist immediately.
Protect uninjured eye.
In case of Ingestion:
Do not under any circumstances induce vomiting. OBTAIN A MEDICAL EXAMINATION IMMEDIATELY.
In case of Inhalation:
Remove casualty to fresh air and keep warm and at rest.
4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed
4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed
In case of accident or unwellness, seek medical advice immediately (show directions for use or safety data sheet if possible).
5.1. Extinguishing media
Suitable extinguishing media:
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Powder fire estinguisher
Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons:
avoid water jets to disperse the product
5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
Do not inhale explosion and combustion gases.
Burning produces heavy smoke.
Substance that can sustain combustion when exposed to heat and ignition sources. Thermal decomposition produces toxic fumes of oxides of nitrogen and carbon. In the absence of oxygen may generate other toxic gases. Like most organic powders, may cause an explosion if the powder is dispersed into the air and set off.
5.3. Advice for firefighters
Use suitable breathing apparatus .
Wear respirator, gloves, protective footwear. CAUTION: Pressurized containers may explode when exposed to fire. It's 'recommended the use of breathing apparatus and full protection for fire fighting, since the combustion of this substance may generate toxic fumes, corrosive and flammable. If possible, contain water used for fire fighting and collect for later disposal
Collect contaminated fire extinguishing water separately. This must not be discharged into drains.
Move undamaged containers from immediate hazard area if it can be done safely.
6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
Wear personal protection equipment.
Remove persons to safety.
See protective measures under point 7 and 8.
6.2. Environmental precautions
Circumscribe the area of the spill and prevent the staff will come into contact if not properly protected. Avoid flames, sparks and prevent static buildup. Avoid generation of dust.
Do not allow to enter into soil/subsoil. Do not allow to enter into surface water or drains.
Retain contaminated washing water and dispose it.
In case of gas escape or of entry into waterways, soil or drains, inform the responsible authorities.
Suitable material for taking up: absorbing material, organic, sand
6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
Wash with plenty of water.
7.1. Precautions for safe handling
Avoid contact with skin and eyes, inhalation of vapours and mists.
Don't use empty container before they have been cleaned.
Before making transfer operations, assure that there aren't any incompatible material residuals in the containers.
Contamined clothing should be changed before entering eating areas.
Do not eat or drink while working.
See also section 8 for recommended protective equipment.
7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
Keep away from food, drink and feed.
None in particular. See also paragraph 10 below
Instructions as regards storage premises:
Adequately ventilated premises.
Personal protective equipment: Protective clothing should be selected specifically for the working place, depending on concentration and quantity of the hazardous substances handled. The resistance of the protective clothing to chemicals should be ascertained with the respective supplier.
Respiratory protection: Is required whenever air contamination (dust, mist, or vapors) is generated by the process. A NIOSH-approved high efficiency toxic dust/mist/fume respirator is recommended.
Eye protection: required
Hand protection: In full and splash contact:
Glove material: PVC, Butyl-/Nitrile rubber
Layer thickness: 0.11 mm The protective gloves to be used must comply with the specifications of EC directive 89/686/EEC and the resultant standard EN374.
This recommendation applies only to the product stated in the safe data sheet and supplied by us as well as to the purpose specified by us. When dissolving in or mixing with other substances and under conditions deviating from those stated in EN374 please contact the supplier of CE-approved gloves.
Industrial hygiene: Immediately change contaminated clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling.
General room ventilation is adequate unless the process generates dust or fumes.
Work clothing should be removed in a change room on site and laundered professionally.
Employees should shower and change into streetclothes before leaving the facility.
Prevent the accumulation of dust in the work area by thorough periodic cleaning of the area.
Environmental exposure controls and protective equipment:
Water: Do not release into water. If in waste water, waste water treatment is required.
Air: For industrial and professional uses air-filters may be required.
Soil: Do not release into the soil.
Stable under normal conditions
10.2. Chemical stability
10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
Not defined/ Not available
10.4. Conditions to avoid
Stable under normal conditions.
10.5. Incompatible materials
10.6. Hazardous decomposition products
Recover, if possible. Send to authorised disposal plants or for incineration under controlled conditions. In so doing, comply with the local and national regulations currently in force.
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