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First-aid measures

Inhalation.
Take the victim into open air; keep them warm and calm. If breathing is irregular or stops, perform artificial respiration. Do not
administer anything orally. If unconscious, place them in a suitable position and seek medical assistance.
Eye contact.
If wearing contact lenses, remove them. Wash eyes with plenty of clean and cool water for at least 10 minutes while pulling
eyelids up, and seek medical assistance.
Skin contact.
Remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin vigorously with water and soap or a suitable skin cleaner. NEVER use solvents or
thinners.
Ingestion.
If accidentally ingested, seek immediate medical attention. Keep calm. NEVER induce vomiting.

Fire-fighting measures

Recommended extinguishing methods.
Extinguisher powder or CO2. In case of more serious fires, also alcohol-resistant foam and water spray. Do not use a direct
stream of water to extinguish.
Special hazards arising from the substance.
Special risks.
Fire can cause thick, black smoke. As a result of thermal decomposition, dangerous products can form: carbon monoxide, carbon
dioxide. Exposure to combustion or decomposition products can be harmful to your health.
Advice for firefighters.
Use water to cool tanks, cisterns, or containers close to the heat source or fire. Take wind direction into account. Prevent the
products used to fight the fire from going into drains, sewers, or waterways.
Fire protection equipment.
According to the size of the fire, it may be necessary to use protective suits against the heat, individual breathing equipment,
gloves, protective goggles or facemasks, and gloves.

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures.
For exposure control and individual protection measures, see section 8.
Environmental precautions.
Product not classified as hazardous for the environment, avoid spillage as much as possible.
Methods and material for containment and cleaning up.
The contaminated area should be immediately cleaned with an appropriate de-contaminator. Pour the decontaminator on the
remains in an opened container and let it act various days until no further reaction is produced.

Handling and storage

Precautions for safe handling.
The product does not require special handling measures, the following general measures are recommended:
For personal protection, see section 8. Never use pressure to empty the containers. They are not pressure-resistant containers.
In the application area, smoking, eating, and drinking must be prohibited.
Follow legislation on occupational health and safety.
Keep the product in containers made of a material identical to the original.
Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities.
The product does not require special storage measures.
As general storage measures, sources of heat, radiation, electricity and contact with food should be avoided.
Keep away from oxidising agents and from highly acidic or alkaline materials.
Store the containers between 5 and 35º C, in a dry and well-ventilated place.
Store according to local legislation. Observe indications on the label.
The product is not affected by Directive 2012/18/EU (SEVESO III).

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Breathing protection:
PPE: Particle filter mask
Characteristics: «CE» marking, category III. Made of filtering material, it covers nose, mouth and
chin.
CEN standards: EN 149
Maintenance: Check for any tears, defects, etc. before use. Since it is disposable individual protection equipment, it
should be replaced after use.
Observations: Does not protect worker unless properly adjusted. Follow the manufacturer's instructions regarding
suitable use of the equipment.
Filter Type needed: P2
Hand protection:
PPE: Protective gloves.
Characteristics: «CE» marking, category II.
CEN standards: EN 374-1, En 374-2, EN 374-3, EN 420
Maintenance:
Keep in a dry place, away from any sources of heat, and avoid exposure to sunlight as much as possible.
Do not make any changes to the gloves that may alter their resistance, or apply paints, solvents or
adhesives.
Observations: Gloves should be of the appropriate size and fit the user's hand well, not being too loose or too tight.
Always use with clean, dry hands.
Material: PVC (polyvinyl chloride) Breakthrough time
(min.): > 480 Material thickness
(mm): 0,35
Eye protection:
PPE: Protective goggles against particle impacts.
Characteristics: «CE» marking, category II. Eye protector against dust and smoke.
CEN standards: EN 165, EN 166, EN 167, EN 168
Maintenance: Visibility through lenses should be ideal. Therefore, these parts should be cleaned daily. Protectors should
be disinfected periodically following the manufacturer's instructions.
Observations: Some signs of wear and tear include: yellow colouring of the lenses, superficial scratching of the lenses,
scraping etc.
Skin protection:
PPE: Protective clothing.
Characteristics: «CE» marking, category II. Protective clothing should not be too tight or loose in
order not to obstruct the user's movements.
CEN standards: EN 340
Maintenance: In order to guarantee uniform protection, follow the washing and maintenance instructions provided by
the manufacturer.
Observations:
The protective clothing should offer a level of comfort in line with the level of protection provided in
terms of the hazard against which it protects, bearing in mind environmental conditions, the user's level
of activity and the expected time of use.
PPE: Work footwear.
Characteristics: «CE» marking, category II.
CEN standards: EN ISO 13287, EN 20347
Maintenance: This product adapts to the first user's foot shape. That is why, as well as for hygienic reasons, it should
not be used by other people.
Observations: Work footwear for professional use includes protection elements aimed at protecting users against any
injury resulting from an accident

Stability and reactivity

Reactivity.
No further relevant information available.
Chemical stability.
Thermal decomposition / conditions to be avoided:
Thermal decomposition may evolve zinc oxide and sulfur dioxide.
Possibility of hazardous reactions.
Reacts with acids forming hydrogen sulphide.
Conditions to avoid.
No further relevant information available.
Incompatible materials.
Keep away from oxidising agents and from highly alkaline or acidic materials in order to prevent exothermic reactions.
Hazardous decomposition products.
Formation of toxic gases is possible in case of fire.

Disposal considerations

Waste treatment methods.
Do not dump into sewers or waterways. Waste and empty containers must be handled and eliminated according to current,
local/national legislation.
Follow the provisions of Directive 2008/98/EC regarding waste management.