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The substance is considered as non flammable.
The determination of the flammability of the test item was performed in
a valid GLP study in accordance with EU Method A.10. In contact with the
ignition source, a weak glowing of the surface of FAT 40849/A TE was
observed. The test item could not be ignited with a flame during the
preliminary test (contact time of about 2 minutes). Therefore, no main
test was performed. FAT 40849/A TE is not "highly flammable" according
to the criteria of the guideline. The appraisal of the molecular
structure indicates no risk with respect to pyrophoric properties or the
potential of evolving flammable gases in contact with water or humid
air. Studies were performed in aqueous test systems (e.g. water
solubility). The test item did not show any spontaneous ignition or
formation of flammable gases performing the above-mentioned studies. FAT
40849/A TE does not ignite spontaneously when in contact with water or
humid air and shows no risk with respect to pyrophoric properties.
The substance FAT 40849/A TE could not be ignited in a standard
flammability test for solid substances. In addition, the substance
neither does spontaneously ignite in contact with water or humid air nor
does it release ignitable gases. The substance FAT 40849/A TE hence does
not require classification for flammability.
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