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First-aid measures

SKIN: in case of skin irritation rinse affected areas with water and wash gently. Do not rub or scratch exposed skin.
EYES: in case of eye contact, flush abundantly with water: have eye bath available. Do not rub eyes.
NOSE AND THROAT: If these become irritated move to a dust free area, drink water and blow nose

If symptoms persist, seek medical advice.

Fire-fighting measures

non-combustible substance

Accidental release measures

Where abnormally high dust concentrations occur, provide workers with appropriate respiratory protective equipment
Prevent further dust dispersion for example by damping materials
do not use compressed air for clean up .

Handling and storage

Minimise manual handling, which can be a source of dust emission.
carry out regular housekeeping to minimise secondary dust dispersal store in original packaging in a dry area, emptied containers which may contain debris should be cleaned before disposal or recycling

Transport information

Land transport (UN RTDG/ADR/RID)

UN number:
Not classified as hazardous for transport
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Exposure controls / personal protection

use engineering controls whenever possible to minimise dust dispersion, keep the workplace clean using a HEPA filtered vacuum cleaner, avoiding brushing and compressed air
SKIN PROTECTION: wear gloves and work clothes, which are loose fitting at the neck and wrist. Soiled clothes should be cleaned to remove excess fibres before being taken off (e.g. use vacuum cleaning, not compressed air)
EYE PROTECTION: None required
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: for dust concentrations below the exposure limit value, RPE is not required, FFP2 respirators may be used on a voluntary basis.

Stability and reactivity

product is stable under normal use and storage conditions,
DECOMPOSITON PRODUCTS: Upon heating above 900°C for sustained periods, this amorphous material begins to transform into mixtures of crystalline phases

Disposal considerations

Waste from these materials may be generally disposed of at landfill