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First-aid measures

Emergency measure - Inhalation: If inhaled, remove from area to fresh air. Get medical
attention if respiratory irritation develops or if breathing
becomes difficult.
Emergency measure - Eyes: In case of contact, immediately flush eyes with plenty of
water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical attention.
Emergency measure - Skin: In case of contact, wash skin immediately with plenty of
soap and water for at least 15 minutes. Get medical
attention if irritation persists.
Emergency measure - Ingestion: Get medical attention.

Fire-fighting measures

Recommended extinguishing agent: Water spray, carbon dioxide, dry chemical powder or foam.

Product arising from burning: The substance is combustible and will burn if involved in a
fire, evolving noxious fumes (eg carbon and sulfur oxides,
and hydrogen sulfide).

Product determined by test: N

Protective equipment: Full protective clothing and self-contained breathing
apparatus must be worn.

Fight the fire from a safe distance or protected location.

Accidental release measures

Emergency measures in case of spillage: Evacuate personnel from immediate vicinity.

Wear appropriate personal protective equipment conforming to
the relevant national or international standards, as
mentioned in section 2.3.10.

Immediately evacuate the area. Provide maximum ventilation.
Unprotected personnel should move upwind of spill. Only
personnel equipped with proper respiratory and eye/skin
protection should be permitted in the area. Dike area to
contain spill. Take precautions as necessary to prevent
contamination of ground and surface waters. Recover spilled
material on adsorbents, such as sawdust or vermiculite, and
sweep into closed containers for disposal. After all visible
traces have been removed, thoroughly wet vacuum the area.

Dispose of waste material in accordance with local
regulations. Incineration is the preferred method of

Handling and storage

Handling: The substance should be stored, handled and used under
conditions of good industrial hygiene and in conformity with
any local regulations in order to avoid exposure.

Engineering controls are necessary to reduce exposure to the

When exposure cannot be prevented or adequately controlled
appropriate personal protective equipment should be worn.

Such protective equipment should conform to the appropriate
international or national standards as follows:

Chemical protective gloves to Standard EN374. Lined rubber
gloves or thick nitrile gloves are recommended, as other
kinds of glove showed breakthrough in a test.

Chemical protective clothing to Standard EN368 (nitrile or
butyl rubber).

Eye protection to Standard EN166.

Furthermore, when respiratory protective equipment has to be
used, it must be capable of adequately controlling exposure,
be suitable for the purpose, and conform to the appropriate
international or national standards, such as a vapour mask
conforming to EN405 FF A1.

These measures should be regarded as a minimum.

Storage: Store only in properly labelled containers in a cool, dry,
well ventilated place.

Keep containers tightly closed when not in use.

Store away from strong oxidising agents.

Packaging of the substance and or preparation: 200 kg plastic drums.

Transport information

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Marine transport (UN RTDG/IMDG)

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Air transport (UN RTDG/ICAO/IATA)

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Transport code: None.
Transport: Avoid crushing the containers. In the event of a spillage,
observe the warning labels on the containers.
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Stability and reactivity

Danger other than fire: Incompatible with ketones, aldehydes, olefins and oxidising

Chemical reaction with water: None which is hazardous. However, the substance is unstable
in aqueous media.

Dust explosion: Not applicable to a liquid.

Dust explosion determined by test: N

Disposal considerations

Industry - Possibility of recovery/recycling: Discharge to the environment will be minimal. Recovery from
minor spillages or accidental discharge is not economically
or technically feasible, and such waste material will be
disposed of by incineration or landfill. In principle, it
may be possible to recover larger spillages of
uncontaminated material for subsequent use.

Industry - Possibility of neutralisation: The notification tests have shown that the substance is
acutely and chronically harmful by ingestion, an eye
irritant and a skin sensitiser. The cause for concern over a
positive in vitro chromosome aberration is mitigated by
negative Ames and in vivo mouse micronucleus tests.

No chemical treatment is practicable to neutralise the
hazardous health properties.

The substance is not classified as dangerous for the

Industry - Possibility of destruction: controlled discharge: Contaminated containers or spillages of solutions mixed with
inert material (eg sand or soil) may be disposed of by
landfill at an authorised tip in accordance with local

Industry - Possibility of destruction - incineration: Incineration is the preferred method of disposal. The
substance can be disposed of by incineration by burning
under controlled conditions at a licensed waste treatment
processor in accordance with local regulations. Stack gases
should be scrubbed, because noxious fumes (eg carbon and
sulfur oxides and hydrogen sulfide) could be formed.

Industry - Possibility of destruction - water purification: The substance should not normally be discharged directly to
the sewage system or the aqueous environment. However,
adverse effects on sewage treatment systems would be

Industry - Possibility of destruction - other: None.

Public at large - Possibility of recovery/recycling: The substance will not enter the public domain.