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First-aid measures

Remove person to fresh air. If you are concerned, get medical advice.
Skin Contact:
Wash with soap and water. If signs/symptoms develop, get medical attention.
Eye Contact:
Flush with large amounts of water. Remove contact lenses if easy to do. Continue rinsing. If signs/symptoms persist, get medical attention.
If Swallowed:
No need for first aid is anticipated.

Fire-fighting measures

1. Suitable extinguishing media
Non-combustible. Use a fire fighting agent suitable for surrounding fire.
2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture
Exposure to extreme heat can give rise to thermal decomposition.
Hazardous Decomposition or By-Products
Substance Condition
Carbon monoxide During Combustion
Carbon dioxide During Combustion
Hydrogen Fluoride During Combustion
Toxic Vapor, Gas, Particulate During Combustion
3. Special protective actions for fire-fighters
When fire fighting conditions are severe and total thermal decomposition of the product is possible, wear full protective clothing, including helmet, self-contained, positive pressure or pressure demand breathing apparatus, bunker coat and pants, bands around arms, waist and legs, face mask, and protective covering for exposed areas of the head.

Accidental release measures

1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures
Evacuate area. Ventilate the area with fresh air. For large spill, or spills in confined spaces, provide mechanical ventilation to disperse or exhaust vapors, in accordance with good industrial hygiene practice. Warning! A motor could be an ignition source and could cause flammable gases or vapors in the spill area to burn or explode.
2. Environmental precautions
Avoid release to the environment. For larger spills, cover drains and build dikes to prevent entry into sewer systems or bodies of water.
3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up
Contain spill. Working from around the edges of the spill inward, cover with bentonite, vermiculite, or commercially available inorganic absorbent material. Mix in sufficient absorbent until it appears dry. Remember, adding an absorbent material does not remove a physical, health, or environmental hazard. Collect as much of the spilled material as possible. Place in a closed container approved for transportation by appropriate authorities. Clean up residue with an appropriate solvent selected by a qualified and authorized person. Ventilate the area with fresh air. Seal the container. Dispose of collected material as soon as possible.

Handling and storage

1. Precautions for safe handling
Do not breathe thermal decomposition products. Avoid contact with oxidizing agents (eg. chlorine, chromic acid etc.)
2. Conditions for safe storage including any incompatibilities
Store away from acids. Store away from strong bases. Store away from oxidizing agents.

Transport information

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Marine transport (IMDG)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

1. Engineering controls
Provide appropriate local exhaust when product is heated. For those situations where the material might be exposed to extreme overheating due to misuse or equipment failure, use with appropriate local exhaust ventilation sufficient to maintain levels of thermal decomposition products below their exposure guidelines. Use general dilution ventilation and/or local exhaust ventilation to control airborne exposures to below relevant Exposure Limits and/or control dust/fume/gas/mist/vapors/spray. If ventilation is not adequate, use respiratory protection equipment.
2. Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Eye/face protection
Select and use eye/face protection to prevent contact based on the results of an exposure assessment. The following eye/face protection(s) are recommended:Safety Glasses with side shields
Skin/hand protection
No chemical protective gloves are required.
Respiratory protection
Use a positive pressure supplied-air respirator if there is a potential for over exposure from an uncontrolled release, exposure levels are not known, or under any other circumstances where air-purifying respirators may not provide adequate protection.
During heating:
Use a positive pressure supplied-air respirator if there is a potential for over exposure from an uncontrolled release, exposure levels are not known, or under any other circumstances where air-purifying respirators may not provide adequate protection.

Stability and reactivity

1. Reactivity
This material may be reactive with certain agents under certain conditions.
2. Chemical stability
3. Possibility of hazardous reactions
Hazardous polymerization will not occur.
4. Conditions to avoid
Temperatures above the boiling point
5. Incompatible materials
Strong acids
Strong bases
Strong oxidizing agents
6. Hazardous decomposition products
None known

Disposal considerations

Dispose of contents/ container in accordance with the local/regional/national/international regulations.
Prior to disposal, consult all applicable authorities and regulations to insure proper classification. Dispose of waste product in a permitted industrial waste facility. As a disposal alternative, incinerate in a permitted waste incineration facility. Proper destruction may require the use of additional fuel during incineration processes. Combustion products will include halogen acid (HCl/HF/HBr). Facility must be capable of handling halogenated materials. Empty and clean product containers may be disposed as non-hazardous waste. Consult your specific regulations and service providers to determine available options and requirements.