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Guidance on Safe Use

Guidance on Safe Use

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First-aid measures

- Eye contact Wash immediately with large amounts of water or normal saline. Keep eyelids open with the finger. Get medical advice ad show him the label.

- Skin contact Remove contaminated clothes and shoes immediately. Wash affected area with soap or mild detergent and large amount of water until no evidence of mixture remains (15-20 minutes). Get medical immediately.

- Ingestion If swallowed wash mouth with water provided person is conscious. Get medical immediately and show container or label.
Haemodialysis can help to remove the mixture from the blood.[1]

- Inhalation Avoid breathing dusts that may be generated by handling of the product. Remove the person from the exposed area to fresh air immediately. Get medical advice if adverse symptoms will appear. If necessary, give oxygen.

Fire-fighting measures

- Suitable extinguishing media Water spray, chemical powder, foam , CO2.
- Unsuitable extinguishing media Unsuitable extinguishing media are not known.
- Hazardous combustion products May produce toxic fumes of COx, NOx, SOx.
- Other special hazards The substance is a powder of an organic nature, can form under certain conditions (eg. temperature, pressure, particle size dust, humidity, concentration comburent) explosive mixtures with air.

Accidental release measures

- Eyes: Wear suitable protected devices
- Skin: Wear suitable clothes with full body protection.
- Inhalation: In case of fire and/or explosions avoid breathing fumes and vapours. Use a respiratory device autonomous (SCBA) and adapted protective clothes.

In case of accidental release in the environment avoid that the mixture can reach drains, surface water and ground water.

Handling and storage

The substance is used as intermediate under strictly controlled conditions.

Avoid exposure to light, air, moisture and excessive heat.
Keep away from oxidizing agents.
Avoid contact with incompatible materials.
Wear suitable Personal Protection Equipment (see section 8).
Keep the mixture away from drains, surface or ground waters.
Do not eat, drink and smoke in the working areas.
Wash hands after handling the mixture.
Remove contaminated clothing and protective equipment before entering eating areas.

Transport information

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Eye and Face protection Safety goggles as for EN 166; facial shield.

Skin protection
- hands protection Gloves resistant to chemical agents.
The gloves material must be waterproof and stable against the mixture content.
Select the glove material on the basis of the type of the material, typical or minimal breakdown times, permeability ranges, and thickness.
Material : nitrile (nitrilic rubber), ipoallergenic.
Thickness : not inferior to 0.12 mm
- other, body protection Select the suitable protective equipment based on the activity of use and possible exposure. Wear gauntlets, boots, bodysuit and other devices in accordance with EN 13982 in case of powders.

Respiratory protection When the risk evaluation foresees the need to use respirator devices with assisted ventilation, use a powder filter like P1, P2 and P3. Use only devices approved by the Competent Authorities such as NIOSH (USA) and CEN (EU). The powder is divided into three categories: 2a (inert powder with a TLV of 10 mg/m3), 2b (0.1 to 10 mg/m3 TLV with harmful mixtures (except asbestos)), 2c (toxic mixtures with a TLV <0, 1 mg/m3 (asbestos, carcinogens, spores, bacteria, viruses, proteolytic enzymes). Cat 2a: P1 filter, Category 2b: P2 filter, Cat.2c: P3 filter.
In the case of brief exposure or low pollution use respiratory exposures in the eyes and skin and feed.

Stability and reactivity

The substance is stable at the normal condition of temperature and pressure and if stored in closed containers in well ventilated and cool place

Disposal considerations

Refers to Community/National/Local requirements concerning the waste disposal.