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First-aid measures

Symptoms and effects:

Prolonged exposure to vapors / mist in concentrations above the recommended occupational exposure limit may cause headache, dizziness, nausea, unconsciousness and even death.

As a result of exposure to hydrogen sulfide can occur rapidly unconsciousness, w ithout other symptoms Contact w ith hot product can cause skin burns, even below it.

Due to the high viscosity of the product does not constitute a hazard if sw allow ed, it could only happen in unusual circumstances.

In case of inhalation:

Aspiration into the lungs may occur directly or follow ing ingestion of the product.

This w ould create a chemical pneumonia.

Move to uncontaminated atmosphere.

If breathing, but the victim is unconscious, place in recovery position.

If breathing has stopped, administer artificial respiration.

Monitor pulse and breathing.


In case of skin contact:

If injuries occur at high pressure injection, seek medical attention.

In the case of burns, w ash skin w ith soap and w ater.

Carefully remove contaminated clothing, taking into account the possible generation of static electricity. Washed or dry cleaned before reuse.

If irritation persists, get medical attention.

Injuries exhaust product at high pressures require early intervention and a thorough exploration to remove foreign bodies and a damaged laspartes cleaning.

In case of contact w ith eyes:

Flush eyes w ith running w ater for several minutes, making sure they are open.

If irritation persists or there is suspicion of damage from hot product, obtain medical attention immediately.

If sw allow ed:


Do not induce vomiting

Protect airw ay if vomiting begins

Never give anything by mouth.

If the patient is unconscious but breathing remains, place in recovery position. If breathing has stopped artificial respiration.

Information for the doctor:

Prolonged exposure to high concentrations of hydrogen sulfide can lead to chemical pneumonia (pulmonary edema).

Injuries to escape at high pressure product, thorough exploration to remove foreign bodies.

Observation in hospital for 48 hours for signs of pulmonary edema

Fire-fighting measures

Specific risks:

The products of combustion may contain carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides and unburned hydrocarbons.

Even at temperatures below the flashpoint of flammable vapors may exist.

Suitable extinguishing agents:

Foam, w ater spray or fog, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, sand or earth may be used for small fires only.

Unsuitable extinguishing agents for safety:

Water jet

Additional Information:

Keep container or containers cool by spraying w ith w ater coming.

Prevent and control the spill if safe.

Keep people involved in the operation aw ay from the containers and the side w here the w ind blow s.

Extinguishing w ater must be collected separately and should not be discharged into the sew er.

Fire residues and contaminated firefighting w ater must be disposed of according to regulations and in accordance w ith the Environmental Management System implemented.

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions:

Vapors can travel at ground level distances. Remove around all possible sources of ignition and evacuate personnel.

Ventilate contaminated area.

Do not breathe: dust or mist.

Avoid contact w ith skin, eyes or clothing.

Immediately remove all contaminated clothing.

Wear protective clothing specified for normal operations.

Environmental precautions:

Prevent entry into drains, ditches or rivers.

Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental pollution.

Methods of cleaning-up small spills:

Absorb or contain liquid w ith sand or spill control material.

Harvest or placed in a labeled, sealable subsequent elimination under appropriate security measures.

Not disperse in w ater.

Methods for cleaning up large spills:

Transfer to a labeled, sealable recovery or disposal under the necessary security measures.

Additional Information:

If a major spill can not be contained, notify local authorities.

Pour into appropriate recovery tanks or disposable.

Dispose contaminated material as w aste.

Handling and storage


Instructions for safe handling:

This product should be handled as a potentially flammable liquid, but is considered as such.

Ensure good ventilation in the w orkplace

Avoid contact w ith skin and eyes

Avoid inhalation of vapors

Do not eat or drink w hile handling

Handling temperature: 10 o minimum

Preventing fires and explosions:

Keep aw ay from ignition sources.

No smoking

Protect against electrostatic charges


Requirements to be met by storerooms and receptacles:

Locate tanks aw ay from heat and ignition sources.

Do not store in inappropriate tanks, unlabeled or labeled incorrectly.

Keep container tightly closed in dry, w ell ventilated and aw ay from direct sunlight and other sources of heat or ignition.

Prevent entry of w ater

The containers can be stacked up to 3 heights

Keeping in isolated area

Handling temperature: 10 o minimum

Recommended Materials:

Use mild steel or stainless steel. For seals and gaskets used compressed asbestos fiber, PTFE, Viton A, Viton B

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Stability and reactivity

Disposal considerations