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EC number: 263-731-6
CAS number: 62780-89-6
In contact with the flame of the gas burner the test item melted,
and turned into a dark brown grey residue.
After removal of the ignition source, no propagation of combustion
of the test item was observed.
There is no spreading of fire (class 1: no ignition at 20 and at 100 deg
The flammability potential of T001036 was determined in a Klimisch 1 GLP
study according to the UN N.1 Method.
Based on the results obtained, T001036 is considered ‘not flammable’ or
'not readily combustible'.
Further, based on a theoretical assessment and experience in day-to-day
handling and use, the substance can be considered to be not pyrophoric
nor flammable in contact with water. Based on the fact that the
substance is completely molten at 160°C, the substance is also
considered not self-heating.
A supporting study (PSC, 1985) investigated the burning behaviour of the
substance and assigned burning class 1 (no ignition) to the substance,
hereby supporting the results obtained in the key study (i.e., not
flammable, not readily combustible). This supporting study could not be
evaluated for reliability and was assigned Klimisch score 4.
T001036 does not need to be classified as flammable.
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