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EC number: 204-465-2
CAS number: 121-33-5
Vanilline has been determined to have
friction sensitivity to explosion with 360N and none with 120N.
However, as the company has good knowledge
of this product and never could mind that it presents a danger of
explosion, the company has decided to ask a confirmation to INERIS, the
competent national organization in the domain of the statements of
INERIS concludes that Vanilline is not
sensitive mechanically to friction test, according to the method CE14.
In a study to determine explosion properties
of Vanilline (CRTL, 2008), the shock test, the friction test, the
thermal sensitivity test were performed according to the EC guideline
The 3 tests were negative. The friction test
showed an ambiguous response, and the negativity of the test was
confirmed by INERIS.
According to the EC A14 criteria, Vanilline
has no shock sensitivity, no friction sensitivity and no thermal
To conclude Vanilline has no explosive
Poudre cristalline tamisée pour l’essai à 500 microns
Date de l’essai
04 janvier 2008
Appareil utilisé référence ineris
JULIUS PETERS BERLIN NW 21n° INERIS : M-A1-8010
Une charge de 360 N
Une charge de 120 N
sensitivity tests according to the CE A.14 method on the product of
extra pure RHOVANIL (Vanillin) have been carried out (INERIS, 2008). A
series of 6 tests with a load of 360 N was made. If an explosion occurs
during this series, another series of six tests with a load of 120 N
must be performed. The result of the test is considered positive if an
explosion occurs at least once during six tests with the friction device.
Under the conditions of the test, no explosion occurred. Vanillin
therefore has no explosive properties according to the friction test,
according to the guideline CE A14.
According to the EC A14 criteria, Vanilline has no shock sensitivity, no friction sensitivity and no thermal sensitivity.
Two studies were
available and were selected as key studies. The second study confirm the
negative result which was ambiguous in the first one.
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