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Guidance on Safe Use

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First-aid measures

First-aid measures general If you feel unwell, seek medical advice

First-aid measures after inhalation Remove the victim into fresh air - Respiratory problems: consult a

doctor/medical service

First-aid measures after skin contact Wash immediately with lots of water - Soap may be used - Take victim

to a doctor if irritation persists

First-aid measures after eye contact Rinse immediately with plenty of water - Take victim to an

ophtalmologist if irritation persists

First-aid measures after ingestion Rinse mouth with water - Call Poison Information Centre

(www.who.int/ipcs/poisons/centre/directory/en) - Consult a

doctor/medical service if you feel unwell

Fire-fighting measures

General measures Mark the danger area - Exposure to heat: have neighbourhood close doors

and windows - Exposure to fire/heat: consider evacuation - Wash

contaminated clothes

Extinguishing agents - fire fighting instructions

FIRE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA - ABC powder - Carbon dioxide - Dry chemical

powder - Polyvalent foam - Water spray - Solid water jet ineffective as extinguishing medium

Fire hazard DIRECT FIRE HAZARD - Combustible - INDIRECT FIRE HAZARD - Heating

increases the fire hazard - Temperature above flashpoint: higher fire/explosion

hazard

Reactivity hazard On burning: release of (carbon monoxide - carbon dioxide)

Accidental release measures

General measures Mark the danger area - Exposure to heat: have neighbourhood close doors and

windows - Exposure to fire/heat: consider evacuation - Wash contaminated clothes

Personal protection (Emergency response)

Fire-resistant protective clothing - Gloves - Heat/fire exposure: compressed

air/oxygen apparatus

Handling the product Comply with the legal requirements - Keep container tightly closed - Keep away from

ignition sources/sparks - Clean contaminated clothing - Observe normal hygiene

standards

Leak Plug the leak, cut off the supply - Contain released substance, pump into suitable

containers

Disposal Prevent dispersion by covering with dry absorbent - Scoop solid spill into closing

containers - Scoop absorbed substance into closing containers - Clean contaminated

surfaces with an excess of water and soap solution - Wash clothing and equipment

after handling

Handling and storage

Handling the product Comply with the legal requirements. Keep container tightly closed. Keep away

from ignition sources/sparks. Clean contaminated clothing. Observe normal

hygiene standards

Storage area Keep container in a well-ventilated place. Store at ambient temperature. Keep

out of direct sunlight. Meet the legal requirements

Storage temperature < 60 °C (requires special attention while using IBC packaging)

Prohibitions on mixed storage KEEP SUBSTANCE AWAY FROM: - ignition sources - (strong) acids - (strong)

bases

Containers : requirements SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: - closing - correctly labelled - meet the legal

requirements

Recommended materials stainless steel

Transport information

Land transport (UN RTDG/ADR/RID)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Handling the product Comply with the legal requirements. Keep container tightly closed. Keep away

from ignition sources/sparks. Clean contaminated clothing. Observe normal

hygiene standards

Personal protection (Material-Handling)

Gloves - Protective clothing - Safety glasses

Materials for protective clothing GIVE GOOD RESISTANCE: - nitrile rubber

Stability and reactivity

Instability Stable under normal conditions

Reactivity hazard On burning: release of (carbon monoxide - carbon dioxide)

Prohibitions on mixed storage KEEP SUBSTANCE AWAY FROM: - ignition sources - (strong) acids - (strong)

bases

Disposal considerations

Disposal Prevent dispersion by covering with dry absorbent - Scoop solid spill into closing

containers - Scoop absorbed substance into closing containers - Clean contaminated

surfaces with an excess of water and soap solution - Wash clothing and equipment

after handling