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First-aid measures

- Following inhalation:

Remove patient from exposure, keep warm and at rest. Obtain medical attention if ill effects occur.

- Following skin contact:

Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Wash skin with soap and water. If symptoms (irritation) persist obtain medical attention.

- Following eye contact:

Irrigate with eyewash solution or clean water, holding the eyelids apart, for at least 15 minutes. Obtain medical attention as a precaution.

- Following ingestion:

First aid is normally not required. Seek medical attention if discomfort occurs.

Fire-fighting measures

- Suitable extinguishing media:

Water spray, foam, dry powder or CO2. Water spray should be used to cool containers.

- Unsuitable extinguishing media:

Straight Streams of Water.

- Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture:

Incomplete combustion products, Oxides of carbon, Smoke, Fume

- Advice for fire fighter: Evacuate area. Prevent runoff from fire control or dilution from entering streams, sewers, or drinking water supply. Firefighters should use standard protective equipment and in enclosed spaces, self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA). Use water spray to cool fire exposed surfaces and to protect personnel.

Accidental release measures

- Personal precautions:

In the event of a spill or accidental release, notify relevant authorities in accordance with all applicable regulations.

- Protective equipment and emergency procedures:

Avoid contact with spilled material. See Section above for fire fighting information. See the Hazard Identification Section for Significant Hazards. See Section above for First Aid Advice. See Section below for advice on the minimum requirements for personal protective equipment. Additional protective measures may be necessary, depending on the specific circumstances and/or the expert judgment of the emergency responders.

- Environmental precautions:

Do not allow to enter drains, sewers or watercourses.

- Methods and material for containment and cleaning up:

Land Spill: Eliminate all ignition sources (no smoking, flares, sparks or flames in immediate area). Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Absorb or cover with dry earth, sand or other non-combustible material and transfer to containers. If liquid is too viscous for pumping, scrape it up with shovels into a suitable container for recycle or disposal. Recover by pumping or with suitable absorbent.

Water Spill: Stop leak if you can do it without risk. Confine the spill immediately with booms. Warn other shipping. Remove from the surface by skimming or with suitable absorbents. Seek advice of a specialist.

Handling and storage

- Precautions for safe handling:

Provide adequate ventilation if fumes or vapors are generated. Prevent small spills and leakage to avoid slip hazard. DO NOT handle, store or open near an open flame, sources of heat or sources of ignition. Protect material from direct sunlight. Material can accumulate static charges which may cause an electrical spark (ignition source). When the material is handled in bulk, an electrical spark could ignite any flammable vapors from liquids or residues that may be present (e.g., during switch- loading operations). Use proper bonding and/or ground procedures. However, bonding and grounds may not eliminate the hazard from static accumulation. Consult local applicable standards for guidance.

Transport Temperature: [Ambient]

Transport Pressure: [Ambient]

Loading/Unloading Temperature: [Ambient]

Static Accumulator: This material is a static accumulator. A liquid is typically considered a nonconductive, static accumulator if its conductivity is below 100 pS/m (100x10E-12 Siemens per meter) and is considered a semiconductive, static accumulator if its conductivity is below 10,000 pS/m. Whether a liquid is nonconductive or semiconductive, the precautions are the same. A number of factors, for example liquid temperature, presence of contaminants, anti-static additives and filtration can greatly influence the conductivity of a liquid.

- Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities:

The container choice, for example storage vessel, may effect static accumulation and dissipation. Do not store in open or unlabelled containers. Keep container closed. Handle containers with care. Open slowly in order to control possible pressure

release. Store in a cool, well-ventilated area.

Storage Temperature: [Ambient]

Storage Pressure: [Ambient]

Suitable Containers/Packing: Drums; Tank Trucks

Suitable Materials and Coatings (Chemical Compatibility): Carbon Steel; Stainless Steel; Polypropylene; Aluminum; Nylon; Polyethylene

Unsuitable Materials and Coatings: Butyl Rubber; Rubber; Vinyls.

Transport information

Land transport (UN RTDG/ADR/RID)

UN number:
Not Regulated for Land Transport
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Marine transport (UN RTDG/IMDG)

UN number:
Not Regulated for Sea Transport according to IMDG-Code
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Air transport (UN RTDG/ICAO/IATA)

UN number:
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Exposure controls / personal protection

1. Technical protection measures: Provide adequate ventilation if fumes or vapours are likely to be evolved to ensure that the defined occupational exposure limit is not exceeded. Use with local exhaust ventilation.

2. Organisational protection measures: Always observe good personal hygiene measures, such as washing after handling the material and before eating, drinking, and/or smoking. Routinely wash work clothing and protective equipment to remove contaminants. Discard contaminated clothing and footwear that cannot be cleaned. Practice good housekeeping.

3. Hand protection: Wear impervious gloves (EN374). Butyl rubber is recommended. Breakthrough time of the glove material: refer to the information provided by the gloves’ producer. Gloves should be changed regularly to avoid permeation problems.

4. Feet protection: no information

5. Body protection: Chemical protection suit. Body protection must be chosen based on level of activity and exposure.

Skin and Body Protection: Any specific clothing information provided is based on published literature or manufacturer data. The types of clothing to be considered for this material include: No skin protection is ordinarily required under normal conditions of use. In accordance with good industrial hygiene practices, precautions should be taken to avoid skin contact.

6. Eye protection: Wear protective eyewear (goggles, face shield, or safety glasses).

7. Respiratory protection: If engineering controls do not maintain airborne contaminant concentrations at a level which is adequate to protect worker health, an approved respirator may be appropriate. Respirator selection, use, and maintenance must be in accordance with regulatory requirements, if applicable. Types of respirators to be considered for this material include: Half-face filter respirator.

Stability and reactivity

1. Reactivity

: see below.

2. Chemical stability

: Material is stable under normal conditions.

3. Possibility of hazardous reactions

: Hazardous polymerization will not occur.

4. Conditions to avoid

: Excessive heat. High energy sources of ignition.

5. Incompatible materials

: Strong oxidizers, Nitric acid, Strong Acids.

6. Hazardous decomposition products: Material does not decompose at ambient temperatures.

Disposal considerations


Suitable routes of disposal are supervised incineration, preferentially with energy recovery, or appropriate recycling methods in accordance with applicable regulations and material characteristics at the time of disposal.


RCRA Information: The unused product, in our opinion, is not specifically listed by the EPA as a hazardous waste (40 CFR, Part 261D), nor is it formulated to contain materials which are listed as hazardous wastes. It does not exhibit the hazardous characteristics of ignitability, corrosivity or reactivity and is not formulated with contaminants as determined by the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). However, used product may be regulated.

Empty Container Warning. Empty Container Warning (where applicable): Empty containers may contain residue and can be dangerous. Do not attempt to refill or clean containers without proper instructions. Empty drums should be completely drained and safely stored until appropriately reconditioned or disposed. Empty containers should be taken for recycling, recovery, or disposal through suitably qualified or licensed contractor and in accordance with governmental regulations. DO NOT PRESSURISE, CUT, WELD, BRAZE, SOLDER, DRILL, GRIND, OR EXPOSE SUCH CONTAINERS TO HEAT, FLAME, SPARKS, STATIC ELECTRICITY, OR OTHER SOURCES OF IGNITION. THEY MAY EXPLODE AND CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH.