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First-aid measures


Transport the person out of the contaminated area, keep warm and allow to rest.

Get medical attention

Syptoms: Euphoria

At high concentrations: Irritation of eyes (watering, conjunctivitis)

Drowsiness. Headaches. Dizziness. Nausea. Intoxication


Do not induce vomiting to avoid the risk of aspiration into the respiratory tract.

Get medical attention immediately


Irritation of the digestive system

Nausea, vomiting,adominal pais, diarrohea

In the extent of ingestion with bronhcial inhalation: Pneumonopathy with respiratory distress

Skin contact:

Immediately remove all soiled or stained clothing

Wash thoroughly with soap and water

-Symptoms: Skin irritation. Erythema, oedema, pruritis

Eye contact:

Wash immediately in copious amounts of water, keeping eyelids apart for at least 15 minuted and consult a specialist.

Symptoms: Conjuncitvitis


If the product is believed to have entered the lungs (in case of vomiting for example) take the person to hospital for immediate care

Fire-fighting measures

Extinguisihing media:

Not suitable: Carbon dioxied, dry chemicals, foam

Not recommended: Water jet

Specific hazards:

Highly flammable vapours are heavier than air and may spread on the ground to sources of ignition. Vapours can build explosive mixtures with air.

Incomplete combustion and thermolysis may produce gases of varying toxicity such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, various hydrocarbons, aldehydes and soot. These may be highly dangerous if inhaled.

Protective measures for firefighters:

Insulated breathing apparatus must be worn in confined premises with heavy concentrations of fumes and gases

Appropriate protective clothing

Other: All combustion residues and contaminated water from fire-fighting should be disposed of according to local regulations

Accidental release measures

Personal protections:

In case of spill in a closed area, clear this area, ventilate thoroughly and let qualified personnel intervene

Hydrocarbon-proof gloves, goggles, boots and clothing should be worn as applicable to risks of exposure.

After spillage/leakage:

Stop the leak by turning off the valve. Contain the spilled product. Do not allow the product to enter sewers or rivers or contaminate the soil

Contact the competent authorities if the situation cannot be broght under control rapidly and efficiently

Spill cleanup methods:

If the material has been discharged in a stream or a sewer, inform the authorities.


Use flame-proof and explosion-proof material. Containa and collect the spilled product with sand or any other inert absorbent material. Preserve the wastes in closed and sealed recipients.


Dispose of was in compliance with regulations

Rinse by flooding the surface with water

Prevention of secondary risks:

Eliminate possible causes of ignition. Stop all work that requires an open flame, stop all vehicles, stop all machines and equipment that may cause sparks or flames

Handling and storage


Prevention of user exposure:

Handle in well ventilated premises

Evaluate the vapours at their emission source and generally ventilate the premises.



Carry out an appropriate industrial operation using sealed apparatus

Prevention of fire and explosion:

Handle away from any source of ignition. Prevent any build-up of static electricity. Do not smoke.

Do not use compressed oxygen or air when transferring or pouring the products

Arrange machinery and equipment so as to preven the sheet of burning product from spreading (retention pits and basins, syphons in the water drainage system)


Precautions: WHILE MOVING THE PRODUCT: to prevent risks related to static electricitry, ensure that the machinery, equipment and tanks are properly earthed, prohibit splash loading and ensure that the product is poured slowly, particuarly at the beginning of the operation.

Do no spray at high pressure (>3 bar)


Technical measures: Prevent any build up of static electricity

Storage precautions:- Suitable:

Store away from all sources of ignition and heat.

Containers and equipment must be earthed in order to prevent sparks due to static electricity

Keep containers closed when not in use

Incompatible products: Avoid contact with strong oxidising agents

Packagin materisals:

Recommended:  Steel, stainless steel

Transport information

Land transport (UN RTDG/ADR/RID)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Technical measures:

Use this product in a well vetilated amosphere with explosion-proof equipment

Occupational exposure limit: n-hexane (FRANCE & EU) VME= 20 ppm (72 mg/m3)

France C6-C12 hydrocarbons vapours: VLE = 1500 mg/m3, VME = 1000 mg/m3

Respiratory protections: In case of risk of expose exceeding the mean exposure value, an approximate breathing apparatus must be worn by each individual.

When using a mask or half-mask: Organic vapour cartridge, type Ax (if vapour inhalation is a risk). In case of vapours or sprays formation: Combined gas cartridge (organic gases and dust, filter A/P2).

Be aware that filter protection time is limited

Hand protection:

Liquid proof of aliphatic solvent resisting gloves:

Recommended materials:

-In case of splashes or limited contact:

Polychloroprene. Thickness >0.7 mm- Permeation time according to EN 374-3 :>180 minutes

Nitrile. Thickness >0.2 mm- Permeation time according to EN 374-3 :>480 minutes

Fluro polymer and PVA-any thickness. Permeation time according to EN 374-3 :>480 minutes

For more precise details about the choice of appropriate protective glove please contact the manufacturer

Eye protection : Safety goggles

Skin and body (other than the hands) protection: Appropriate protective clothing. Boots

Wear face protection

Hygenic work practices: Do not eat, drink or smoke whilst handling the product

Stability and reactivity


The produc is stable at normal storage, handling and use temperatures.

Conditions to avoid: Heat, sparks, ignition points, flames, static electricity

Materials to avoid: strong oxidising agents

Hazardous decomp. products: Incomplete combustion and thermolysis produces potentially toxic gases such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, various hydrocarbons, aldehydes and soot

Disposal considerations

Waste disposal:

Prevent from entering sewers or the immediate environment

Relevant disposal method:

The only method authorized is collection by an authorised waste contractor and regeneration or incineration in an approved installation

Disposal of contaminated packaging: relevant disposal method:

Empty packagings may contain flammable or explosive vapours

Hand over to an authorised waste contraction. Proceed in compliance with the prevailing regulations

National regulations:

Storage of liquid hydrocarbons: decree of 09.11.1972 (Journal officiel of 31.12.1972); decree of 19.11.1975 (JO of 23.01.1976); circular of 04.12.1975 (JO of 23.01.1976).

When cleaning tanks, the disposal of sludge is to be carried out in compliance with regulations concerning waste: Decree no 2007-1467 of 12.10.2007 (book V "code del'environment")

Decree no 2005-635 of 30.05.2005 (JO of 28.03.1993)

Waste classification: Decree 2002-540 of April 18, 2002