Use appropriate respiratory protection, if breathing irritation, dizziness, nausea, or confusion, seek medical attention immediately. Such as
If breathing stops, use mechanical equipment to help with ventilation, or perform mouth-to-mouth resuscitation first aid.
Wash the area with soap and water. Take off contaminated clothing. Contaminated clothing should be washed before wearing.
Rinse thoroughly with water. Seek medical assistance if irritation occurs.
Get medical attention immediately. Do not induce vomiting, maintain rest, and timely medical care
Part V Fire Fighting Measures
Suitable extinguishing media: Use fire water spray, foam, dry chemical (dry powder) or carbon dioxide (CO2) to extinguish the fire.
Improper extinguishing media: None.
Fire instructions: Evacuate the area. Prevent the control of fire or diluted effluent from flowing into rivers, sewers or drinking water sources.
Firefighters should use standard protective equipment, use self-contained breathing apparatus in confined spaces, and expose to fire by spraying water.
The surface of the disaster cools down and protects the staff.
Fire hazard: Firefighters should consider using the protective equipment described in Section 8.
Hazardous combustion products: incomplete combustion products, carbon dioxide
No obvious hazard characteristics
Part VI Emergency measures for accidental leakage
Ground leaks: Do not touch or walk through leaked products. Avoid running into waterways, sewers, basements or narrow areas. .
Transfer to dry soil, sand or other non-inert materials and transfer to a container.
Water leakage: Precipitation and/or proper use of contaminants in open waters, if permitted by local agencies and environmental agencies
Powder. Consult the relevant experts for specific requirements for the disposal of all recycled materials and ensure compliance with local waste disposal regulations.
Part VII Operational Processing and Storage
Avoid prolonged or frequent contact with the skin. After treatment, wash your hands immediately before taking a break.
Loading and unloading temperature: room temperature
Transportation temperature: room temperature
Keep the container tight. Handle the container carefully. Store in a cool, well-ventilated place. Do not pressurize, cut, or
Heat or weld. Empty containers may contain product residues and should not be used until they have been professionally cleaned or reformed.
Storage temperature: normal temperature
Storage pressure: room temperature
Compatible materials and coatings: polyethylene; polypropylene; polyester, etc.
Incompatible materials and coatings: iron, aluminum, etc.
Part VIII Contact Control / Personal Protection
Strictly closed, providing sufficient local exhaust. There are emergency showers such as eyewash.
Respiratory protection: When the concentration in the air exceeds the standard, a filter-type gas mask (half mask) should be worn.
Hand protection: Use chemical resistant gloves (nitrile gloves).
Eye protection: If it is possible to contact, it is recommended to use safety glasses with side shields.
Skin and body protection: Use chemical/oil resistant antistatic overalls.
Other protections: Maintain good personal hygiene, such as washing hands after handling the product, and eating, drinking and/or
Wash your hands before smoking. Clean your work clothes and protective equipment regularly to remove contaminants. Discard contaminated clothing that cannot be washed
Part IX Physical and chemical properties
Physical state: liquid
Appearance: colorless to pale yellow
Smell: characteristic smell
Smell threshold: no data
Relative density (@ 20°C): 1.0358
Flash point : none
Melting point: <0°C
Boiling point : >100°C
Auto-ignition temperature: none
Decomposition temperature: no data
Relative vapor density (air = 1): not applicable
Saturated vapor pressure: no data available
Logogram of n-octanol/water partition coefficient: No data available
Solubility: soluble in water
Other physical properties: None
Part 10 Stability and reactivity
Stability: The product is stable under normal conditions.
Avoid contact conditions: Avoid excessive heat. High energy ignition source.
Avoid contact with substances: Strong oxidants, acids.
Hazardous decomposition products: In general, no decomposition occurs.
Hazardous Polymerization: No dangerous polymerization will occur.
Part XI Toxicological Information
||LD 50 (rat) / oral
||LC50 rat) / oral
||LD 50 (rabbit) / percutaneous
|> 2000 mg/kg
||> 2000 mg/kg
|Subacute and chronic toxicity
Section 12 Ecological Information
||This product is considered harmless to aquatic organisms
||Non-biodegradation is not obvious
|Other harmful effects
Section 13 Discarding Instructions
This product is not suitable for disposal by deep burial and is not suitable for discharge into public sewers, drainage systems or natural rivers.
Empty drums should be recycled, recycled or disposed of by qualified or licensed agencies. In all cases, care must be taken to ensure compliance with national and local laws.
Refer to relevant government regulations.
Part Fourteen Transport Information
||Refer to national and local regulations before disposal.
||Lightly load and unload during handling to prevent damage to packaging and containers.
||Land transport is not regulated
||Shipping is not regulated
||Air transport is not regulated
Part 15 Regulatory Information
Corresponding provisions have been made for the safe use, production, storage, transportation, loading and unloading of chemical dangerous goods.
Regulations for the Safety Management of Chemical Dangerous Goods, implemented on December 1, 2011
General rules for the classification and hazard of chemicals GB 13690-2009 Implementation on May 1, 2010
SAFETY DATA SHEET Content and project sequence GB
16483-2008 Implemented on February 1, 2009
Regulations for the preparation of chemical safety labels GB 15258-2009 Implementation on May 1, 2010
Water Pollution Prevention Law / Waste Pollution Prevention and Control Act
Section 16 Additional Information
Note: This material applies only to the substance specified and may not apply to the mixing of the substance with other substances or during use.
This information is known to the product and is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, the accuracy, reliability and reliability of the information of the company
No commitment or guarantee of completeness. The user must be responsible for the suitability and completeness of the material for his or her own application.