1. SUBSTANCE, PREPARATION AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
Tool manufacture and plastics processing
Manufacture, care and maintenance of tools
buchem: chemie + technik GmbH & Co.KG
Albert-Einstein-Str.8, 42929 Wermelskirchen, Germany
2. POSSIBLE HAZARDS:
The classification corresponds to the current EC lists but is,
however, supplemented by data from specialist literature and
3. COMPOSITION/CONSTITUENT DATA:
4. FIRST AID MEASURES:
Immediately remove any clothing contaminated with the
product. Move affected persons out of hazardous area
and lay them down. Place affected persons in the fresh air.
Flush the eyes for at least 15 minutes under running water
or sterile eye-rinse fluid with the eyelids held open.
If symptoms persist, seek medical advice.
Wash off immediately with soap and water and rinse
thoroughly. If skin irritation persists, seek medical attention.
Move to area with plenty of fresh air and seek medical
attention. In the case of unconsciousness, maintain and
Rinse out the mouth and drink plenty of water. Do not
induce vomiting; seek medical attention immediately.
Information for the doctor
With aspiration (e.g. inhalation of vomit) there is a risk of
Pulmonary oedema prophylaxis. In the case of toxic
pulmonary oedema, administration of corticosteroids (e.g.
Corticosteroid controlled-dosage aerosol inhaler.
Symptomatic treatment (decontamination, vital functions);
5. MEASURES IN THE CASE OF FIRE
CO2, powder fire extinguisher or water jet. In the case of
larger fires use water hose jet or alcohol-resistant foam to
If heated or in the case of fire, poisonous gases are
Wear breathing apparatus with self-contained air supply
Containers in vicinity of fire should be cooled with water jet
6. MEASURES IN THE CASE OF ACCIDENTAL RELEASE
Prevent entry into drains, ditches and cellars.
In the case of entry into bodies of water or drains, inform
Remove with absorbent material for fluids (sand,
diatomaceous earth, acid binder, universal binder, sawdust).
Dispose of contaminated material as waste in accordance
with Point 13. Ensure sufficient ventilation.
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE:
Prevent aerosol formation or carry out checks.
Remove ignition sources – do not smoke
Flammable liquid. Containers threatened by fire should be
cooled with water. Apply measures against build up of
Provide floors with a solvent-resistant and sealed surface.
Do not store together with highly flammable solid materials.
Do not store together with oxidizing or self-igniting
8. EXPOSURE LIMITS AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
Constituent substances with monitoring limit values for the workplace:
Personal protective equipment
In the case of insufficient ventilation wear
Chemical-resistant protective gloves (EN 374)
Suitable materials, also in the case of longer direct
contact (recommended: Protection Index 6,
corresponding to >480 minutes permeation time
according to EN 374): nitrile rubber (NBR) –
Additional information: The data are based on
our own tests, literature data and information from
the glove manufacturers or are derived through
analogy with similar materials. It should be noted
that the daily duration of use for chemical-resistant
protective gloves can, in practice, be significantly
shorter than the permeation time determined
according to EN 374, due to the many influencing
factors (e.g. temperature). Due to the great variety
Safety glasses with side protection (framed glasses)
Observe the normal safety measures required
Keep away from food, drinks and animal feeds.
Wash hands before rest breaks and at the end
of work. Do not breathe the gases/vapours/
aerosols. Prevent contact with the eyes and the
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY:
No decomposition occurs when used according
11. TOXICOLOGICAL DATA:
According to the calculation process used in the
latest edition of the EC General Classification
Directives for Preparations, the product presents
12. ECOLOGICAL DATA
Data on elimination (persistence and degradability)
Water hazard class 1 (KbwS classification,
13. DISPOSAL INFORMATION
Must always be carried out in accordance with the local authority regulations, e.g. at suitable disposal site or in suitable incineration plant. Uncleaned packaging: Uncontaminated packaging can be reused. Packaging which cannot be cleaned must be disposed of in the same manner as the substance.
14. TRANSPORT DATA
Not classed as a hazardous good according to the transport regulations
Identification letter and hazard designation
Classification according to VbF (German)
Administrative Regulation on the Classification of
Substances Hazardous to Waters of 17th May 1999)
16. ADDITIONAL DATA
The data are based on our best knowledge at the time of compilation. However, the data do not provide
a guarantee of product properties and do not establish a legal contractual relationship.
Data sheet issuing authority: Rehse GbR (Partnership under the German Civil Code)
Contact person: Henning Rehse, Tel.: 02196/3933, 01713401418
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