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EC number: 947-701-6 | CAS number: -
The aim of the study was to evaluate the possible effects of the test item Pine tar / Tar, Pinus sylvestris after deposition on a synthetic proteinaceous bio-barrier and monitoring using a Chemical Detection System (CDS).
The test item Pine tar / Tar,Pinus sylvestris was applied as supplied, at the dose of 500 μL, onto 4 synthetic proteinaceous bio-barriers. Timescale Category Test showed that the test item belongs to Corrositex Category 2. The experimental protocol was established in accordance with O.E.C.D. Test Guideline No. 435 adopted 28 July 2015.
The test item did not disrupt the membrane after 60 minutes in the four replicates.
As expected, the negative control (propionic acid 6% (v/v)) did not disrupt the membrane and was not
corrosive. As expected, the positive control (sodium hydroxide) was found to be corrosive (GHS subcategory
1B) and disrupt the membrane after 16 minutes and 29 seconds. In accordance with the Regulation EC No. 1272/2008, the results obtained under these experimental conditions enable to conclude that the test item Pine tar / Tar,Pinus sylvestris does not have to be classified in Category 1 “Corrosive”. The hazard statements “H314: causes severe skin bums and eye damage” with the signal word “Danger” are not required.
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