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First-aid measures

Eye Contact:
Rinse immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Obtain medical advice if there are persistent
Skin Contact:
Remove contaminated clothing and shoes without delay. Wash immediately with plenty of water. Do not reuse
contaminated clothing without laundering. Get medical attention if pain or irritation persists after washing or if signs
and symptoms of overexposure appear.
If swallowed, call a physician immediately. Only induce vomiting at the instruction of a physician. Never give
anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
Material is not expected to be harmful if inhaled. Remove to fresh air.

Fire-fighting measures

Suitable Extinguishing Media:
Use water spray or fog, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.
None known
Protective Equipment:
Firefighters, and others exposed, wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Wear full firefighting protective clothing.
See MSDS Section 8 (Exposure Controls/Personal Protection).

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures:
Where exposure level is not known, wear approved, positive pressure, self-contained respirator. Where exposure level is
known, wear approved respirator suitable for level of exposure. Refer to Section 8 (Exposure Controls/Personal
Protection) for appropriate personal protective equipment.
Environmental Precautions:
None known
Methods and material for containment and cleaning up:
Sweep up into containers for disposal. Flush spill area with water.

Handling and storage

Precautionary Measures: Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing. Wash thoroughly after handling.
Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities:
Store containers in a cool, dry environment. Keep containers tightly closed.
Storage Temperature: Ambient temperature
Reason: Quality.
Storage Class (TRGS 510): 10

Transport information

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Marine transport (UN RTDG/IMDG)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Engineering Measures:
Where this material is not used in a closed system, good enclosure and local exhaust ventilation should be provided
to control exposure.
Respiratory Protection:
For operations where inhalation exposure can occur, use an approved respirator recommended by an industrial
hygienist after an evaluation of the operation. Where inhalation exposure cannot occur, no respiratory protection is
A full facepiece respirator also provides eye and face protection.
Eye protection:
Wear eye/face protection such as chemical splash proof goggles or face shield.
Eyewash equipment and safety shower should be provided in areas of potential exposure.
Skin Protection:
Avoid skin contact.
Wear impermeable gloves and suitable protective clothing.
Hand protection:
Nitrile or fluorinated rubber gloves. Consider the porosity and elasticity data of the glove manufacturer and the
specific conditons in the work place. Replace gloves immediately when torn or any change in appearance
(dimension, colour, flexibility etc) is noticed.
The chemical resistance depends on the type of product and amount of product on the glove. Therefore gloves
need to be changed when in contact with chemicals.
Due to many conditions (e.g. temperature, abrasion) the practical usage of a chemical protective glove in practice
may be much shorter than the permeation time determined through testing.
Additional Advice:
Food, beverages, and tobacco products should not be carried, stored, or consumed where this material is in use.
Before eating, drinking, or smoking, wash face and hands thoroughly with soap and water.

Stability and reactivity

Reactivity: No information available
Stability: Stable
Conditions To Avoid: None known
Polymerization: Will not occur
Conditions To Avoid: None known
Incompatible materials: Reactions with oxidising agents. Reactions with acids. Contact with alkalis.
Hazardous Decomposition
Carbon dioxide
Carbon monoxide (CO)
oxides of sulfur (includes sulfur di and tri oxides)

Disposal considerations

Waste Treatment Methods
The Company encourages the recycle, recovery and reuse of materials, where permitted. If disposal is necessary, The
Company recommends that organic materials, especially when classified as hazardous waste, be disposed of by thermal
treatment or incineration at approved facilities. All local and national regulations should be followed.