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First-aid measures

As a general rule, in case of doubt or if symptoms persist, always call a doctor.

NEVER induce swallowing by an unconscious person.

- In the event of exposure by inhalation :

In the event of massive inhalation, remove the person exposed to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

If the person is unconscious, place in recovery position. Notify a doctor in all events, to ascertain whether observation and supportive hospital

care will be necessary.

If breathing is irregular or has stopped, effect mouth-to-mouth resuscitation and call a doctor.

Do not proceed with mouth-to-mouth or mouth-to-nose resuscitation.Use the appropriate equipment.

- In the event of splashes or contact with eyes :

Wash thoroughly with fresh, clean water for 15 minutes holding the eyelids open.

If there is any redness, pain or visual impairment, consult an ophthalmologist.

- In the event of splashes or contact with skin :

Remove contaminated clothing and wash the skin thoroughly with soap and water or a recognised cleaner.

Remove any soiled or splashed clothing immediately.

Watch out for any remaining product between skin and clothing, watches, shoes, etc.

If the contaminated area is widespread and/or there is damage to the skin, a doctor must be consulted or the patient transferred to hospital.

- In the event of swallowing :

Do not give the patient anything orally.

- In the event of swallowing, if the quantity is small (no more than one mouthful), rinse the mouth with water, administer activated medical

charcoal and consult a doctor.

Seek medical attention immediately, showing the label.

If swallowed accidentally, do not allow to drink, do not induce vomiting and transfer to hospital immediately by ambulance. Show the label to

the doctor.

Fire-fighting measures


1. Extinguishing media

Suitable methods of extinction

- In the event of a fire, use :

All means of extinstion can be used.

Unsuitable methods of extinction

- In the event of a fire, do not use :

Strong water jet

.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture

A fire will often produce a thick black smoke. Exposure to decomposition products may be hazardous to health.

Do not breathe in smoke.

- In the event of a fire, the following may be formed :

- carbon monoxide (CO)

- carbon dioxide (CO2)

- nitrogen oxide (NO)

- nitrogen dioxide (NO2)

- Fluorine compounds

3. Advice for firefighters

Due to the toxicity of the gas emitted on thermal decomposition of the products, fire-fighting personnel are to be equipped with autonomous

insulating breathing apparatus.

Accidental release measures

.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures

For non first aid worker

Avoid inhaling the vapors.

Avoid any contact with the skin and eyes.

If a large quantity has been spilt, evacuate all personnel and only allow intervention by trained operators equipped with safety apparatus.

For first aid worker

First aid workers will be equipped with suitable personal protective equipment .

.2. Environmental precautions

Contain and control the leaks or spills with non-combustible absorbent materials such as sand, earth, vermiculite, diatomaceous earth in drums

for waste disposal.

Prevent any material from entering drains or waterways.

.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up

If the ground is contaminated, once the product has been recovered by sponging with an inert and non-combustible absorbent material, wash

the contaminated area in plenty of water.

Clean preferably with a detergent, do not use solvents.

Handling and storage

Requirements relating to storage premises apply to all facilities where the substance is handled.

1. Precautions for safe handling

Always wash hands after handling.

Remove and wash contaminated clothing before re-using.

Fire prevention :

Handle in well-ventilated areas.

Prevent access by unauthorised personnel.

Recommended equipment and procedures :

Observe precautions stated on label and also industrial safety regulations.

Avoid inhaling vapors.

Avoid inhaling vapors. Carry out any industrial operation which may give rise to this in a sealed apparatus.

Provide vapor extraction at the emission source and also general ventilation of the premises.

Also provide breathing apparatus for certain short tasks of an exceptional nature and for emergency interventions.

In all cases, recover emissions at source.

Avoid skin and eye contact with this substance.

Avoid exposure - obtain special instructions before use.

Prohibited equipment and procedures :

No smoking, eating or drinking in areas where the substance is used.

.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities

Store in the original packaging.

Keep away from heat shelters.

Keep away from moistures shelters.

Keep only in the original container at a temperature not exceeding: - 20 ° C


Keep the container tightly closed in a dry, well-ventilated place.

Keep away from food and drink, including those for animals.


Always keep in packaging made of an identical material to the original.

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Exposure controls / personal protection

1. Hand protection

Wear suitable protective gloves in the event of prolonged or repeated skin contact.

Use suitable protective gloves that are resistant to chemical agents in accordance with standard EN374.

Gloves must be selected according to the application and duration of use at the workstation.

Protective gloves need to be selected according to their suitability for the workstation in question : other chemical products that may be

handled, necessary physical protections (cutting, pricking, heat protection), level of dexterity required

2. Feet protection

3 . Body protection:

Use personal protective equipment that is clean and has been properly maintained.

Store personal protective equipment in a clean place, away from the work area.

Never eat, drink or smoke during use. Remove and wash contaminated clothing before re-using. Ensure that there is adequate ventilation,

especially in confined areas.

Avoid skin contact.

Wear suitable protective clothing.

Suitable type of protective clothing :

In the event of substantial spatter, wear liquid-tight protective clothing against chemical risks (type 3) in accordance with EN14605 to prevent

skin contact.

In the event of a risk of splashing, wear protective clothing against chemical risks (type 6) in accordance with EN13034 to prevent skin


Wear suitable protective clothing and, in particular, an apron and boots. These items of clothing shall be maintained in good condition and

cleaned after use.

Work clothing worn by personnel shall be laundered regularly.

After contact with the product, all parts of the body that have been soiled must be washed

4. Eye protection

Avoid contact with eyes.

Use eye protectors designed to protect against liquid splashes

Before handling, wear safety goggles with protective sides accordance with standard EN166.

In the event of high danger, protect the face with a face shield.

Prescription glasses are not considered as protection.

Individuals wearing contact lenses should wear prescription glasses during work where they may be exposed to irritant vapours.

Provide eyewash stations in facilities where the product is handled constantly.

5. Respiratory protection

Avoid breathing vapours.

If the ventilation is insufficient, wear appropriate breathing apparatus.

When workers are confronted with concentrations that are above occupational exposure limits, they must wear a suitable, approved,

respiratory protection device.

Stability and reactivity

Disposal considerations