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EC number: 286-344-4
CAS number: 85209-91-2
EEC-Directive 92/69 EEC, A.10 "Flammability (solids)" (1992)
ADK STAB NA-11 could be ignited, it burned with a bright yellow flame
and turned black in contact with the ignition source. No propagation
throughout the test substance pile was observed. After removal of the
ignition source, the flame extinguished immediately.
ADK STAB NA-11 is not flammable according to the criteria of the
directive EEC-Directive 92/69 EEC.
EEC directive 92/69 EEC, A.12 "Flammability (contact with water) (1992)
Statement based on chemical structure of the test material and
experience in handling: ADK STAB NA-11 does not contain groups that
might lead to evolution of highly flammable gases in dangerous
quantities. Furthermore, no metals, transition metals, boron or silicon
are present. It is non flammable.
In addition to the study result (EU Method A.10)
and the consideration of the chemical structure experience in handling
shows that the test material is neither pyrophoric nor flammable on
contact with water. ADK STAB NA-11 is known to be
Based on the chemical structure, experience in handling and the study
results it can be concluded that the test substance is incapable of
developing a dangerous amount of (flammable) gas in contact with air,
damp air or water.
ADK STAB NA-11 necessitates no classification according to
REGULATION (EC) 1272/2008.
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