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First-aid measures


Flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes

Hold eyelids apart to ensure rinsing of the entire eye and lids with water

Get immediated medical attention

If physician not available flush for additional 15 minutes and then tranport to medical care


Wash affected areas with plenty of water and soap if available

Remove and clean contminated clothes and shoes

Seek medical attention if irritation develops


If swallowed immediatedy give 3-4 glasses of water

Do not induce vomiting

Get medical attention


Move to fresh air

If not breathing clear airway and start artificial respiration

If victim is having trouble breathing, give supplemental  oxygen

Get immediated medical attention

Fire-fighting measures

Extinquishing media: Foam, dry chemical, water, carbon dioxide

Must wear approved self contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Cool fire-exposed container with water spray

Combustion will produce carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide

Accidental release measures

Floors may be slippery

Wear appropriate protective gear and approved respirator where mist and vapors of unknown concentrations may be generated.

Isolate the hazard area and deny access to unnecessary and unprotected personnel

Dike and contain spil with inert material (sand, eath etc)

Transfer the liquid and solid separately to containers for recovery or disposal

Wet residue with water and absorb with inert material

Keep spill out of sewers and open bodies of water

Decontaminate affected personnel using first aid procedures. Saturated leather shoes must be discarded

Handling and storage

Wear protective equipment

Use adequate ventilaton

Prevent release of mist or vapors

Wash hands thoroughly after handling this material and before eating drinking or smoking

Store in cool dry area, away from heat, flame and other ignition sources

Keep containers closed when not in use

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Marine transport (UN RTDG/IMDG)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Ventilation: in processes where mists or vapors may be generated, proper ventilation must be provided in accordance with good ventilation practices

Respiratory: in processes where mists or vapors may be generated an approved respirator is advised in the absence of proper environmental controls

Gloves: rubber or plastic conforming to at least EN374

Provide specific training  on appropriate PPE selection and use

Eye: chemical goggles where there is potential for eye contact. Use safety glassess with side shields under normal use conditions

Other: eye wash, safety shower, protective clothing (long sleeves, coveralls),

Stability and reactivity

Chemically stable

Conditions to avoid: moisture, heat

Incompatble materials: strong bases, oxidizing agents, alkali metals, amines

Decomposition products: Thermal decomposition may produce toxic vapors/fumes and oxides of carbon

Hazardous Polymerization: will not occur

Disposal considerations

Dispose of in compliance with applicable regulations