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First-aid measures

- Eye contact: Wash thoroughly with water or saline. Keep the eyelids open during flushing. Consult your doctor and show the label.
- Skin contact: Remove contaminated clothes and shoes immediately. Wash affected area with soap or mild detergent and large amount of water until no evidence of substance remains (15-20 minutes). Get medical advice and show the label to the doctor.
- Ingestion: If swallowed, rinse mouth thoroughly with water if the person is conscious. Get medical advice and show the label to the doctor.
- Inhalation: Avoid breathing aerosols and dusts that may be generated from handling the product. Move the person from the exposed area to fresh air immediately. Get medical advice if adverse symptoms will appearor if the exposure was significantly long or intense.

Fire-fighting measures

- Suitable estinguishing media: Water spray or water foam, CO2.
- Unsuitable estinguishing media: None
- Technical actions for protection: Do not attempt to extinguish the fire without the use of a self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and appropriate protective clothing.
- Special protective equipment for firefighters: Wear boots, gloves, eye and face protection, respirators. Comply with relevant standards UNI for Italy and EN for Europe. Use the recommended devices in the best conditions of care based on information reported in the previous subsection.

Accidental release measures

For non-emergency personnel
- Eye: Wear appropriate protective equipment (see Section 8)
- Skin: Wear full body protection clothing.
- Inhalation: In case of fire and explosion avoid breathing fumes and vapors. Use a self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and appropriate protective clothing. The fumes can be eliminated by spraying with water.

Environmental precaution: In case of accidental release in the environment avoid that the substance can reach drains, surface water and ground water.
Containment procedures: Limit leakages with earth or sand.
Cleaning up procedures: Collect the product and send it to the incinerator. If necessary absorb it with inert material. After collection, rinse area and materials involved with water.

Handling and storage

Risk Management measures related to :
- Explosive atmosphere: Organic dusts can cause explosive mixtures with air. Prevent the formation of air-dissolute clouds and deposits (stratiform accumulations) with suitable tools.
- Weather conditions: Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 40 ° C, it could cause swelling of the container due to the development of gas.
- Ambient pressure: No containment procedure estimated.
- Temperature Store at room temperature (15-30 ° C). Below 40 ° C.
- Sunlight: Do not expose to direct sunlight.
- Humidity: Do not store in humid environment.
- Vibration: No containment procedure estimated.
- Ventilation requirements: Provide adequate ventilation.

Transport information

Land transport (UN RTDG/ADR/RID)

UN number:
The substance is not subject to hazardous transport classification.
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Exposure controls / personal protection

a) Eye and Face protection
Safety goggles as for EN 166; facial shield

b) Skin protection
- hands protection: Wear protective gloves for non classified substances. Gloves resistant to chemical agents as for the EN 374, parts 1, 2 e 3 and the European Directive 89/89/CEE for classified substances. The gloves material must be waterproof and stable against the mixture content. Select the glove material on the basis of the type of the material, typical or minimal breakdown times, permeability ranges, thickness.
- other, body protection: Select the suitable protective equipment based on the activity of use and possible exposure. Wear gauntlets, boots, bodysuit and other devices in accordance with EN 14605 in case of sketches or EN 13982 in case of powders

c) Respiratory protection
When the risk evaluation foresees the need to use respirator devices with assisted ventilation, use a powder filter like P1, P2 and P3. Use only devices approved by the Competent Authorities such as NIOSH (USA) and CEN (EU)
For your information powders are divide in three categories :
2a (inert powder with TLV= 10 mg/m3),
2b (hazards powders with TLV = 0,1-10 mg/m3 (excluding asbestos),
2c (toxic powders with TLV < 0,1 mg/m3 (asbestos, carcinogens, bacteria, viruses, enzymes, spores, etc).
Cat. 2a: P1 filter, Cat. 2b: P2 filter, Cat.2c: P3 filter

d) Thermal hazards: Not foreseen in the standard use.

Stability and reactivity

Reactivity: Under normal operating conditions the substance is not considered reactive.
Chemical stability: The substance is stable at the normal condition of temperature and pressure and if stored in closed containers in well ventilated and cool place.
Conditions to avoid: Do not expose to heat sources. Keep away from temperature above 40°C.
Incompatible materials: Avoid contact with oxidizing agents.
Hazardous decomposition products: If heated at high temperatures, decomposes re leasing fumes and toxic gases of COx, HCl.

Disposal considerations

- Mixture wastes: Incineration
- Contaminated packaging: Incineration
Recover if possible. Send to authorized disposal plants or for incineration under controlled conditions. Operate in compliance with local and national regulations.