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EC number: 947-955-8
CAS number: -
extract has an auto-ignition temperature of 235ºC at 999 -1028
hPa according to the guidelines EC A.15 and DIN 51794.
Ginger - hot flavour CO2-to extract has an auto-ignition temperature of
350ºC at 977 hPa according to the guideline EC A.15 and DIN 51794.
to assess the auto-flammability of Ginger selective extract (UVCB), a
screening test was performed according to the EU A.15 and DIN51794,
under GLP conditions. In this study, The auto-flammability of Ginger
selective extract was found to be 235 ºC at 999-1028 hPa. Ginger CO2-to
extract has an auto-flammability of 235ºC at standard pressure (WOE
approach from Ginger CO2-Se extract). See additional information for
background information about the WOE approach.
study information is available regarding the auto-flammability of the
substance Ginger oil CO2-Total Extract. However, there is sufficient
weight of evidence information available from two independent sources to
provide appropriate evidence to fulfil the information requirement.
Therefore, in line with section 1.2 of Annex XI in regulation (EC) No
1907/2006, a weight of evidence (WoE) approach was used. In
this WoE approach the results from EC A.15 and DIN 51794, GLP studies,
performed on two qualities of ginger oil extracts (Ginger CO2-SE extract
and Ginger oil Hot Flavor CO2-TO extract) were used in order to fulfil
the auto-flammability endpoint for Ginger oil CO2-Total Extract. These
two qualities of ginger oil constitute to the volatile and the
non-volatile fraction of the target UVCB (Ginger oil CO2-Total Extract).
The two fractions combined cover the constituents present in Ginger oil
CO2-Total Extract, albeit in higher concentration ranges in both
fractions. By assessing the study results of both fractions in a WoE
approach, there is adequate and reliable information available to assess
if Ginger oil CO2-Total Extract has or has not a particular dangerous
property. For this end-point, the selective extract value was selected
as worst-case, 235 °C.
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