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Guidance on Safe Use

Guidance on Safe Use

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First-aid measures

Description of first aid measures

General advice: Soiled, soaked clothing and shoes must be immediately removed, decontaminated and disposed of.

If inhaled: Take the person into the fresh air and keep him warm, let him rest; if there is difficulty in breathing, medical advice is required.

In case of skin contact: In the event of contact with the skin, preferably wash with a cleanser based on polyethylene glycol or with plenty of warm water and soap. Consult a doctor in the event of a skin reaction.

In case of eye contact: Hold the eyes open and rinse with preferably lukewarm water for a sufficiently long period of time (at least 10 minutes). Contact an ophthalmologist.

If swallowed: DO NOT induce the patient to vomit, medical advice is required.


Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed

Notes to physician: Basic first aid, decontamination, symptomatic treatment.


Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed

Therapeutic measures: No information available

Fire-fighting measures

Extinguishing media

Suitable extinguishing media: Carbon dioxide (CO2), Foam, extinguishing powder, in cases of larger fires, water spray should be used.

Unsuitable extinguishing media: High volume water jet


Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture

Burning releases carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, isocyanate vapors and traces of hydrogen cyanide. In the event of fire and/or explosion do not breathe fumes.

Fire in vicinity poses risk of pressure build-up and rupture. Containers at risk from fire should be cooled with water and, if possible, removed from the danger area.


Advice for fire-fighters

For firefighting, self-contained breathing apparatus is required, plus a gas-tight chemical hazmat suit.
Do not allow contaminated extinguishing water to enter the soil, ground-water or surface waters.

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures

Put on protective equipment (see section Exposure controls / personal protection). Ensure adequate ventilation/exhaust extraction. Keep unauthorized persons away.


Environment related measures

Do not allow to escape into waterways, wastewater or soil.


Methods and material for containment and cleaning up

Remove mechanically; cover the remainder with wet, absorbent material (e.g. sawdust, chemical binder based on calcium silicate hydrate, sand). After approx. one hour transfer to waste container and do not seal (evolution of CO2!). Keep damp in a safe ventilated area for several days.
Spill area can be decontaminated with the following recommended decontamination solution:
Decontamination solution 1: 8-10% sodium carbonate and 2% of liquid soap in water
Decontamination solution 2: Liquid/yellow soap (potassium soap with ~15% anionic tenside): 20ml; Water:700ml; Polyethylenglycol (PEG 400): 350ml

Decontamination solution 3: 30 % commercial laundry detergent containing monoethanolamine, 70 % water

Handling and storage

Precautions for safe handling

General conditions of use are further specified in the Chemical Safety Report and extended Safety Data Sheet.

Provide sufficient air exchange and/or exhaust in work rooms.

In all areas where isocyanate aerosols and/or vapor concentrations are produced in elevated concentrations, exhaust ventilation must be provided in such a way that the workplace exposure limits (WEL) is not exceeded.The air should be drawn away from the personnel handling the product. The personal protective measures must be observed.

Products containing solvent: Explosion protection required.
The personal protective measures must be observed. The precautions required in the handling of isocyanates must be taken. Contact with skin and eyes and inhalation of vapors must be avoided under all circumstances.
Keep away from foodstuffs, drinks and tobacco. Wash hands before breaks and at end of work and use skin-protecting ointment. Keep working clothes separately. Take off all contaminated clothing immediately.


Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities

Keep container dry and tightly closed in a cool and well ventilated place.

Storage class (TRGS 510) : 6.1A: Combustible, acute toxic Cat. 1 and 2 / very toxic hazardous materials

Transport information

Land transport (UN RTDG/ADR/RID)

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Not dangerous goods
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Inland waterway transport (UN RTDG/ADN(R))

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Air transport (UN RTDG/ICAO/IATA)

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Class or division:
Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles, including environmentally hazardous substances
Packing group:
Packing group III: Substances presenting low danger
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Exposure controls / personal protection

Respiratory protection

Respiratory protection required in insufficiently ventilated working areas and during spraying. An air-fed mask, or for short periods of work, a combination of charcoal filter and particulate filter A2-P2 (EN529) is recommended.

If applicable, further recommendations regarding respiratory protection can be found in the Chemical Safety Report or the extended Safety Data Sheet.

In case of hypersensitivity of the respiratory tract and skin (e.g. asthmatics and those who suffer from chronic bronchitis and chronic skin complaint) it is inadvisable to work with the product.


Hand protection

Suitable materials for safety gloves; EN 374:

Butyl rubber - IIR: thickness >=0,5mm; breakthrough time >=480min.

Fluorinated rubber - FKM: thickness >=0,4mm; breakthrough time >=480min.

Nitrile rubber - NBR: thickness >=0,35mm; breakthrough time >=480min.

Recommendation: contaminated gloves should be disposed of.


Eye protection

Wear eye/face protection.


Skin and body protection

Wear suitable protective clothing.

In case of hypersensitivity of the skin it is inadvisable to work with the product.

Stability and reactivity


This information is not available.


Chemical stability

This information is not available.


Possibility of hazardous reactions

Exothermic reaction with amines and alcohols; reacts slowly with water forming CO2, in closed containers risk of bursting owing to increase of pressure.


Conditions to avoid

This information is not available.


Incompatible materials

This information is not available.


Hazardous decomposition products

No hazardous decomposition products when stored and handled correctly.

Disposal considerations

Dispose in accordance with applicable international, national and local laws, ordinances and statutes. For disposal within the EC, the appropriate code according to the European Waste Catalogue (EWC) should be used.


Waste treatment methods

After final product withdrawal, all residues must be removed from containers (drip-free, powder-free or paste-free). Packaging empty of usable product can be handed to a professional waste management company; in the EU, this is done per packaging type at collection points run by the existing take-back systems for the chemicals industry. The product and hazardous substance labelling must be left intact on the packaging.
Alternatively, the product and hazardous substance labelling can be removed if the product residues adhering to the sides are rendered non-hazardous. This packaging can also be handed to the collection points run by the existing take-back systems for the chemicals industry for packaging type-specific recycling. Containers must be recycled in compliance with national legislation and environmental regulations.
None disposal into waste water.