SAFETY DATA SHEET according to Regulation 1907/2006 amended by 2015/830/EU
Product name:

CURE IT EVO PRIMER - PART A

Creation date: 24.8.2021 · Revision: 28.10.2021 · Version: 1

1. Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking


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1.1. Product identifier

Product name

CURE IT EVO PRIMER - PART A

Product code

[UFI: U200-U0CW-500K-QYC7]

1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against

Relevant identified uses

Resin for composite materials. Contact the manufacturer for any other applications.

Uses advised against

No information.

1.3. Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet

Supplier

G&B Northwest Ltd 
Address: Giants Hall Farm, WN6 8RY Wigan, United Kingdom
Phone: +44 (0)1942 518150
E-mail: technical@cureit.uk.com

1.4. Emergency telephone number

+44 (0) 3301 222666

+44 (0)1942 518150 Mon-Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm

2. Hazards identification

2.1 Classification of the substance or mixture

Classification according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 (CLP)

Flam. Liq. 3; H226  Flammable liquid and vapour.
Skin Irrit. 2; H315  Causes skin irritation.
Eye Irrit. 2; H319  Causes serious eye irritation.
STOT SE 3; H335  May cause respiratory irritation.
Repr. 2; H361d  Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
STOT RE 1; H372  Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated inhalation
Aquatic Chronic 3; H412  Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

2.2 Label elements

2.2.1. Labelling according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 [CLP]

Signal word: Danger

H226  Flammable liquid and vapour.
H315  Causes skin irritation.
H319  Causes serious eye irritation.
H335  May cause respiratory irritation.
H361d  Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
H372  Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated inhalation
H412  Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
EUH208  Contains cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate); phthalic anhydride. May produce an allergic reaction.
P210  Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking.
P243  Take action to prevent static discharges.
P260  Do not breathe vapours.
P273  Avoid release to the environment.
P280  Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
P302 + P352  IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water.
P304 + P340  IF INHALED: Remove person to fresh air and keep comfortable for breathing.
P305 + P351 + P338  IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
P403 + P233  Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep container tightly closed.

2.2.2. Contains:

styrene

2.2.3. Special provisions

Special hazards are not known or expected.

2.3. Other hazards

No information.

3. Composition/information on ingredients

3.1. Substances

For mixtures see 3.2.

3.2. Mixtures

Name CAS
EC
Index
% Classification according to Regulation (EC)
No 1272/2008 (CLP)
Specific Conc. Limits Classification according to directive 67/548/EEC or 99/45/EC REACH Registration No.
styrene 100-42-5
202-851-5
601-026-00-0
cca. 33 Flam. Liq. 3; H226
Asp. Tox. 1; H304
Skin Irrit. 2; H315
Eye Irrit. 2; H319
Acute Tox. 4; H332
STOT SE 3; H335
Repr. 2; H361d
STOT RE 1; H372
Aquatic Chronic 3; H412
Xn; R20-48/20-65
Xi; R36/37/38
R10
01-2119457861-32
silicon dioxide, amorphous 7631-86-9
231-545-4
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cca. 3 not classified not classified 01-2119379499-16
propane-1,2-diol 57-55-6
200-338-0
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<1 not classified not classified 01-2119456809-23
phthalic anhydride 85-44-9
201-607-5
607-009-00-4
0,1-<1 Acute Tox. 4; H302
Skin Irrit. 2; H315
Skin Sens. 1; H317
Eye Dam. 1; H318
Resp. Sens. 1; H334
STOT SE 3; H335
Xn; R22-42/43
Xi; R37/38-41
01-2119457017-41
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) 136-52-7
205-250-6
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0,01-<0,1 Skin Sens. 1A; H317
Eye Irrit. 2; H319
Repr. 1B; H360Fd
Aquatic Acute 1; H400
Aquatic Chronic 3; H412
not classified 01-2119524678-29
hydroquinone 123-31-9
204-617-8
604-005-00-4
cca. 0,08 Acute Tox. 4; H302
Skin Sens. 1; H317
Eye Dam. 1; H318
Muta. 2; H341
Carc. 2; H351
Aquatic Acute 1; H400 [M=10]
Aquatic Chronic 1; H410
not classified 01-2119524016-51

4. First aid measures

4.1. Description of first aid measures

General notes

When in doubt or if feeling unwell seek medical assistance. Show the safety data sheet and label to the physician. Do not breathe dust/fume/gas/mist/vapors/spray.
Use personal protective equipment. See section 8 for more information.

Following inhalation

Remove patient to fresh air - move out of dangerous area. If victim is not breathing give artificial respiration. Obtain professional medical help!

Following skin contact

Take off all contaminated clothing. Wash affected skin areas thoroughly with plenty of water and soap. If symptoms develop and persist, seek medical attention.

Following eye contact

Immediately flush eyes with running water, keeping eyelids apart. If irritation persists, seek professional medical attention.

Following ingestion

Do not induce vomiting! Rinse mouth thoroughly with water. Consult a physician. Show the physician the safety data sheet or label.

4.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed

Inhalation

Coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge, labored breathing.
Can cause irritation of respiratory system.

Skin contact

Itching, redness, pain.
May cause sensitisation by skin contact (itching, redness, rashes).

Eye contact

Redness, tearing, pain.

Ingestion

May cause abdominal discomfort.
May cause nausea/vomiting and diarrhea.
Irritates mucous membranes in the mouth, throat, esophagus and in gastrointestinal area.

4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed

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5. Firefighting measures

5.1. Extinguishing media

Suitable extinguishing media


Fire extinguishing powder.
Carbon dioxide (CO2).
Foam.

Unsuitable extinguishing media

Full water jet. Do not use water jet as an extinguisher, as this will spread the fire.

5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture

Hazardous combustion products

In case of a fire toxic gases can be generated; do not inhale gases/smoke.
Carbon monoxide (CO).

5.3. Advice for firefighters

Protective actions

Vapours are heavier than air and spread along floor. Vapours may form explosive mixtures with the air. Vapors are heavier than air. They will spread along ground and collect in low or confined areas (sewers, basements, tanks). In case of fire or heating do not breathe fumes/vapours. Cool the endangered containers with water spray.

Special protective equipment for firefighters

Firefighters should wear appropriate protective clothing for firefighters (including helmets, protective boots and gloves) (EN 469) and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with a full face-piece (EN 137).

Additional information

Contaminated firefighting water and fire residues must be disposed of in accordance with the local regulations.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures

6.1.1. For non-emergency personnel

Protective equipment

Use personal protective equipment (Section 8).

Emergency procedures

Ensure adequate ventilation. Keep away from sources of ignition and/or heat; No smoking! Keep away from heat or ignition sources. Take precautionary measures against static discharges. Do not breathe vapour or mist. In the event of fire and/or explosion do not breathe fumes. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing.

6.1.2. For emergency responders

Use personal protective equipment.

6.2. Environmental precautions

Do not allow product to reach water/drains/sewage systems or permeable soil. If accidental large entry into water or ground occurs, inform responsible authorities.

6.3. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up

6.3.1. For containment

Stem the spill if this does not pose risks.

6.3.2. For cleaning up

Prevent release into the sewer, water, basements or confined areas. Absorb product (with inert material), collect it in special container and dispose it to a licensed hazardous-waste disposal contractor. Make sure the leakage site is well aired. Use spark-proof tools. Dispose in accordance with applicable regulations (see Section 13).

6.3.3. Other information

See Section 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION.

6.4. Reference to other sections

See also Sections 8 and 13.

7. Handling and storage

7.1. Precautions for safe handling

7.1.1. Protective measures

Measures to prevent fire

Take precautionary measures against static discharges. Ensure proper grounding of the equipment. Ensure adequate ventilation. Keep away from sources of ignition - no smoking. Use spark-proof tools. Vapours are heavier than air and spread along the floor. They form explosive mixtures with air.

Measures to prevent aerosol and dust generation

Use general or local exhaust ventilation to prevent inhaling vapours and aerosols.

Measures to protect the environment

Do not discharge into drains, surface water and soil. After use immediately close container tightly.

7.1.2. Advice on general occupational hygiene

Use good personal hygiene practices – wash hands at breaks and when done working with material. Do not eat, drink or smoke while working. Do not breathe vapours/mist. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothes. Remove contaminated clothes and wash them before reuse. Wear suitable protective equipment; see Section 8. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory protection equipment. Provide regular cleaning of equipment, work area and clothing.

7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities

7.2.1. Technical measures and storage conditions

Store in accordance with local regulations. Keep in a cool, dry and well ventilated place. Store below 30°C. Keep away from heat and sources of ignition. Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs. Keep away from strong oxidising agents. Keep away from peroxides. Keep away from reducing agents.

7.2.2. Packaging materials

Metallic GRP containers. Unsuitable material: copper, copper alloys, bronze, zinc.

7.2.3. Requirements for storage rooms and vessels

Close opened containers after use. Put the containers upright to prevent from leaking. Do not store in unlabelled containers.

7.2.4. Storage class

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7.2.5. Further information on storage conditions

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7.3. Specific end use(s)

Recommendations

Roofing resin.

Industrial sector specific solutions

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8. Exposure controls/personal protection

8.1. Control parameters

8.1.1. Occupational exposure limit values

Name (CAS) Limit values Short-term exposure limit Remarks Biological Tolerance Values
ml/m3
(ppm)
mg/m3
ml/m3
(ppm)
mg/m3
Propane-1,2-diol total vapour and particulates (57-55-6) 150 474
Propane-1,2-diol particulates (57-55-6) 10
Phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) 4 12 Sen
Hydroquinone (123-31-9) 0,5
Styrene (100-42-5) 100 430 250 1080
styrene (100-42-5) 50 215 100 425 India; source: Ministry of Labour and Employment, Permissible Levels of Certain Chemical substances in work environment

8.1.2. Information on monitoring procedures

BS EN 14042:2003 Title Identifier: Workplace atmospheres. Guide for the application and use of procedures for the assessment of exposure to chemical and biological agents. BS EN 482:2021 Workplace exposure. Procedures for the determination of the concentration of chemical agents. Basic performance requirements.

8.1.3. DNEL/DMEL values

For components

Name Type Exposure route Exposure frequency Value Remark
styrene (100-42-5) Worker inhalation long term (systemic effects) 85 mg/m3
styrene (100-42-5) Worker inhalation short term (systemic effects) 289 mg/m3
styrene (100-42-5) Worker inhalation long term (local effects) 306 mg/m3
styrene (100-42-5) Worker dermal long term (systemic effects) 406 mg/kg bw/day
styrene (100-42-5) Consumer inhalation long term (systemic effects) 10,2 mg/m³
styrene (100-42-5) Consumer inhalation short term (systemic effects) 174,25 mg/m³
styrene (100-42-5) Consumer inhalation long term (local effects) 182,75 mg/m³
styrene (100-42-5) Consumer dermal long term (systemic effects) 343 mg/kg bw/day
styrene (100-42-5) Consumer oral long term (systemic effects) 2,1 mg/kg bw/day
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) Worker inhalation long term (systemic effects) 168 mg/m3
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) Worker inhalation long term (local effects) 10 mg/m3
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) Consumer inhalation long term (systemic effects) 50 mg/m3
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) Consumer inhalation long term (local effects) 10 mg/m3
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Worker inhalation long term (systemic effects) 49,4 mg/m3
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Worker dermal long term (systemic effects) 14 mg/kg bw/day
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Consumer inhalation long term (systemic effects) 8,7 mg/m³
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Consumer dermal long term (systemic effects) 5 mg/kg bw/day
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Consumer oral long term (systemic effects) 5 mg/kg bw/day
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) Worker inhalation long term (local effects) 0,2351 mg/m3
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) Consumer inhalation long term (local effects) 0,037 mg/m3
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) Consumer oral long term (systemic effects) 0,175 mg/kg bw/day
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Worker inhalation long term (systemic effects) 2,1 mg/m³
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Worker dermal long term (systemic effects) 3,33 mg/kg bw/day
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Consumer inhalation long term (systemic effects) 1,05 mg/m³
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Consumer dermal long term (systemic effects) 1,66 mg/kg bw/day
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Consumer oral long term (systemic effects) 0,6 mg/kg bw/day

8.1.4. PNEC values

For components

Name Exposure route Value Remark
styrene (100-42-5) fresh water 0,028 mg/L
styrene (100-42-5) marine water 0,014 mg/L
styrene (100-42-5) water treatment plant 5 mg/L
styrene (100-42-5) fresh water sediment 0,614 mg/kg dry weight
styrene (100-42-5) marine water sediment 0,307 mg/kg dry weight
styrene (100-42-5) soil 0,2 mg/kg dry weight
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) fresh water 260 mg/L
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) marine water 26 mg/L
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) water treatment plant 20000 mg/L
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) fresh water sediment 572 mg/kg dry weight
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) marine water sediment 57,2 mg/kg dry weight
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) soil 50 mg/kg dry weight
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) water, intermittent release 183 mg/L fresh water
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) fresh water 1 mg/L
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) marine water 0,1 mg/L
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) water treatment plant 10 mg/L
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) fresh water sediment 3,8 mg/kg dry weight
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) marine water sediment 0,38 mg/kg dry weight
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) soil 0,173 mg/kg
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) fresh water 1,06 μg/l
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) marine water 2,36 μg/l
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) water treatment plant 0,37 mg/L
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) fresh water sediment 53,8 mg/kg dry weight
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) marine water sediment 69,8 mg/kg dry weight
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) soil 10,9 mg/kg dry weight
hydroquinone (123-31-9) fresh water 0,57 μg/l
hydroquinone (123-31-9) marine water 0,057 μg/L
hydroquinone (123-31-9) water treatment plant 0,71 mg/L
hydroquinone (123-31-9) fresh water sediment 0,0049 mg/kg dry weight
hydroquinone (123-31-9) marine water sediment 0,00049 mg/kg dry weight
hydroquinone (123-31-9) soil 0,00064 mg/kg dry weight

8.2. Exposure controls

8.2.1. Appropriate engineering control

Substance/mixture related measures to prevent exposure during identified uses

Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Use good personal hygiene practices – wash hands at breaks and when done working with material. Do not breathe vapours/aerosols. Do not eat, drink or smoke while working. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothes. Appropriate technical measures to reduce exposure of workers must be chosen depending on the specific use of the product and the resulting risk of exposure at the workplace.

Organisational measures to prevent exposure

Remove all contaminated clothes immediately and wash them before reuse.

Technical measures to prevent exposure

Provide good ventilation and local exhaust in areas with increased concentration. Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.

8.2.2. Personal protective equipment

Eye and face protection

Safety glasses with side protection (EN 166). Do not use contact lenses.

Hand protection

Protective gloves (EN 374). The penetration time is determined by the protective glove manufacturer and must be observed. Observe the manufacturer's instructions regarding the use, storage, maintenance and replacement of gloves. In case of damage or at the first signs of wear and tear, change the gloves immediately. The selection of the suitable gloves does not only depend on the material, but also on further marks of quality and varies from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Appropriate materials

Material Thickness Penetration Time Remark
Neoprene
Nitrile
Viton (fluorinated rubber)
PVA

Skin protection

Protective antistatic clothing EN 1149 (1:2006, 2:1998 and 3:2004, 5:2008), protective antistatic shoes (EN 20345:2012). Wear fire/flame resistant/retardant clothing. EN ISO 11612:2015 - Protective clothing – Clothing to protect against heat and flame. Standard EN ISO 14116 - Limited flame spread materials

Respiratory protection

In case of insufficient ventilation wear suitable respiratory protection. Protective masks (EN 136) or half masks (EN 140) with filter A (EN 14387). In case of dust formation wear appropriate protective mask - mask with particle filter. Wear suitable protective breathing mask (EN 136) with filter A2-P3 (EN 14387).

Thermal hazards

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8.2.3. Environmental exposure controls

Technical measures to prevent exposure

Do not allow product to reach drains, sewage systems or ground water.

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

9.1. Information on basic physical and chemical properties

- Physical state: liquid
- Colour: pink
- Odour: styren like
Odour threshold: 0,15 ppm (styrene)

Important health, safety and environmental information

- pH No information.
- Melting point/freezing point -30 °C (styrene)
- Initial boiling point/boiling range 145 °C (styrene)
- Flash point 31 °C (styrene)
- Evaporation rate No information.
- Flammability (solid, gas) No information.
- Explosion limits (vol%) 0,9 – 6,8 vol % (Styrene)
- Vapour pressure 10 hPa at 25 °C (styrene)
- Vapour density 3,6 (styrene)
- Density Density:
1,1 – 1,15 g/cm3 at 20 °C
- Solubility Water:
Insoluble
- Partition coefficient Log Pow:
3 (styrene)
- Auto-ignition temperature 490 °C (styrene)
- Decomposition temperature No information.
- Viscosity kinematic:
22727 – 27273 mm2/s at 23 °C (Brookfield RVT)
Dynamic:
25000 – 30000 mPas at 23 °C (Brookfield RVT)
- Explosive properties No information.
- Oxidising properties No information.

9.2. Other information

- Remarks: Soluble in most organic solvents.

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

10.1. Reactivity

Product may ignite and burn at temperatures exceeding the flash point.

10.2. Chemical stability

Product is stable under normal conditions of use, recommended handling and storage conditions.

10.3. Possibility of hazardous reactions

Vapours and air can form flammable or explosive mixtures. The risk of polymerization.

10.4. Conditions to avoid

Protect from heat, direct sunlight, open fire, sparks. Exposure to light. Take precautionary measures against static discharges.

10.5. Incompatible materials

Strong oxidising agents.
Peroxide. Reducing agents.

10.6. Hazardous decomposition products

Under normal use conditions no hazardous decomposition products are expected. In case of fire/explosion vapours/gases that pose a health hazard are released. Carbon dioxide; Carbon monoxide.

11. Toxicological information

11.1. Information on toxicological effects

(a) Acute toxicity

NameExposure routeTypeSpeciesTimeValueMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)oralLD50rat 5000 mg/kg
styrene (100-42-5)dermalLD50rat24 h> 2000 mg/kg bwOECD 402
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationLC50rat4 h 11,8 mg/lCSR
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)oralLD50rat> 5000 mg/kg bwOECD 401
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)dermalLD50rabbit> 5000 mg/kg
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)inhalationLC50rat4 h> 0,14 mg/lOECD 403
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)DermalLD50rabbit24 h> 2000 mg/kg bw
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)oralLD50rat 22000 mg/kg bwGLP
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)inhalation (aerosol)LC50rabbit2 h 317042 mg/m3
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralLD50rat 1530 mg/kg bw
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)dermalLD50rabbit> 3160 mg/kg bw
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)inhalationLC50rat4 h> 2,14 mg/lOECD 403
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)oralLD50rat 3129 mg/kg bwOECD 425
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)dermalLD50rat> 2000 mg/kg bwOECD 402
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralLD50rat 367 mg/kg bwOECD 401
hydroquinone (123-31-9)dermalLD50rabbit> 2000 mg/kg bwOECD 402
Additional information: The product is not classified for acute toxicity.

(b) Skin corrosion/irritation

NameSpeciesTimeResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)rabbitIrritating.
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)rabbitNon-irritant.OECD 404
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)rabbitNon-irritant.OECD 404
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)rabbitIrritating.OECD 404
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)No irritant effect.OECD431 EU Method B. 40
hydroquinone (123-31-9)No irritant effect.
Additional information: Causes skin irritation.

(c) Serious eye damage/irritation

NameSpeciesTimeResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)rabbitIrritating.
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)rabbitNo irritant effect.OECD 405
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)rabbitNon-irritant.OECD 405
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)rabbitIrritating to eyes.Draize test
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)-Moderately irritating.OECD437 EU Method B.47
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)rabbitIrritating.OECD 405
hydroquinone (123-31-9)Risk of serious damage to eyes.
hydroquinone (123-31-9)Causes serious eye irritation.
Additional information: Causes serious eye irritation.

(d) Respiratory or skin sensitisation

NameExposure routeSpeciesTimeResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)dermalNon sensitising.CSR
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)skin and respiratory senzitizationNon sensitising.
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)skin and respiratory senzitizationguinea pigNon sensitising.OECD 406
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)skin and respiratory senzitizationmouseNon sensitising.OECD 429
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)dermalguinea pigMay cause sensitisation by skin contact.OECD 406
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)inhalationguinea pigMay cause sensitisation by inhalation.OECD 406
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)dermalmouseMay cause sensitisation by skin contact.OECD 429
hydroquinone (123-31-9)dermalmouseCauses sensitization.OECD 429
hydroquinone (123-31-9)dermalguinea pigMay cause sensitisation by skin contact.OECD 406
Additional information: The product is not classified as sensitising. It contains at least one ingredient that can cause sensitisation. Can cause allergic reaction.

(e) (Germ cell) mutagenicity

NameTypeSpeciesTimeResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)in-vitro mutagenicitySalmonella typhimuriumEquivocalOECD 471S. typhimurium G46, TA1530, TA 1535, TA100, TA98, TA1538, TA 1537
styrene (100-42-5)in-vitro mutagenicityCell: Mammalian-AnimalEquivocalOECD 476Hamster
styrene (100-42-5)in-vitro mutagenicityPositive.OECD 473, 479Chromosome aberration assay
styrene (100-42-5)in-vivo mutagenicitymouseNegative.OECD 474, 486
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)in-vitro mutagenicityBacteriaNegative.OECD 471
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)in-vitro mutagenicityCell: Mammalian-AnimalNegative.OECD 476
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)in-vitro mutagenicityNegative.OECD 473Chromosome aberration assay
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)in-vivo mutagenicityratNegative.
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)in-vitro mutagenicitySalmonella typhimuriumNegative.S. typhimurium, other: TA 92, TA 94, TA 98, TA 100, TA 1535, TA 1537
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)in-vitro mutagenicityNegative.OECD 473Chromosome aberration assay
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)in-vivo mutagenicityratNegative.
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)in-vitro mutagenicityCell: Mammalian-AnimalNegative.OECD 476
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)in-vitro mutagenicitySalmonella typhimuriumNegative.OECD 471S. typhimurium TA 1535, TA 1537, TA 98, TA100 and TA 102; Escherichia coli WP2 uvrA
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)in-vitro mutagenicityAmbiguous.OECD 473Chromosome aberration assay
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)in-vitro mutagenicitybacteria (Salmonella typhimurium)Negative.OECD 471S. typhimurium TA 1535, TA 1537, TA 98, TA100 and TA 102
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)in-vitro mutagenicitymouseNegative.OECD 476In vitro mammalian cell gene mutation test.
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)in-vivo mutagenicityratNegative.OECD 474; OECD 475
hydroquinone (123-31-9)in-vitro mutagenicityBacteriaNegative.OECD 471
hydroquinone (123-31-9)in-vitro mutagenicityPositive.OECD 483Chromosome aberration assay
hydroquinone (123-31-9)in-vitro mutagenicitymousePositive.OECD 476In vitro mammalian cell gene mutation test.

(f) Carcinogenicity

NameExposure routeTypeSpeciesTimeValueResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECrat≥ 4,34 mg/lNegative.OECD 453
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationLOAECmouse (male/female)0,09 – 0,18 mg/l airPositiveOECD 453
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECmouse (male) 0,09 mg/l airPositiveOECD 453
styrene (100-42-5)oralNOAELrat≥ 2000 mg/kg bw/daypositive
styrene (100-42-5)oralLOAELmouse 150 mg/kg bw/dayPositive
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)oralNOAELrat1800 – 3200 mg/kg bw/dayNo effectOECD 453
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)inhalationNOAECrat (male/female)18 months> 350 mg/m3Negative.
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)dermalNOAELmouse (female) 0,02 mlNegativetwice a week
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)oralNOAELrat (male) 1700 mg/kg bw/dayNegative
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)oralNOAELrat (male/female)105 weeks 3040 mg/kg bw/dayNegative
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)oralNOAELmouse (male/female) 2390 mg/kg bw/dayNegative
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralNOAELrat105 weeks 1000 mg/kg bw/daynegative
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralNOAELmouse (male)72 weeks 3570 mg/kg bw/daynegative
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralNOAELmouse (female)72 weeks 1785 mg/kg bw/daynegative
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralLOAELmouse 100 mg/kg bw/daynegativeOECD 453
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralNOELmouse 50 mg/kg bw/daynegativeOECD 453

(g) Reproductive toxicity

NameReproductive toxicity typeTypeSpeciesTimeValueResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)Effects on fertilityNOAEL/LOAELrat60 days100 – 200 mg/kg bw/dayPositive.Inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Effects on fertilityNOAEL/LOAELrat60 days200 – 400 mg/kg bw/dayPositive.OECD 422oral
styrene (100-42-5)Reproductive toxicityNOAEC (P/F1)rat 0,64 mg/LNegative.two-generation study; OECD 416Inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Reproductive toxicityLOAEC (P, F1)rat 2,13 mg/LNegative.two-generation study; OECD 416Inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Reproductive toxicityNOAEC (F2)rat 0,21 mg/LNegative.two-generation study; OECD 416Inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Reproductive toxicityLOAEC (F2)rat70 days 0,64 mg/LNegative.two-generation study; OECD 416Inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Maternal toxicity + developmental toxicityNOAEC/LOAECrat50 days1,08 – 2,15 mg/LPositive.Inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Maternal toxicityLOAECrat 1,28 mg/LPositive.OECD 4146-15 days; inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Developmental toxicityNOAECrat 2,56 mg/LNegative.OECD 4146-15 days; inhalation
styrene (100-42-5)Maternal toxicity + developmental toxicityNOAECrabbit 2,56 mg/LNegative.OECD 4146-18 days; inhalation
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)NOAELrat 497 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.OECD 415oral
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)Maternal toxicityNOAELrat 1350 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.OECD 414oral
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)TeratogenicityNOAELrat 1350 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.OECD 414oral
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)Reproductive toxicityNOAELmouse (male/female) 10100 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.RACBoral
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)Effects on fertilityNOAELmouse (male/female) 10100 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.RACBoral
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)Developmental toxicityNOAELmouse (male/female) 10100 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.RACBoral
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)Developmental toxicityNOAELmouse 10400 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.OECD 414oral
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)Maternal toxicityNOAELmouse 52 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.OECD 414oral
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)Reproductive toxicityNOAELmouse (male)72 weeks 3570 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.oral
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)Reproductive toxicityNOAELmouse (female)72 weeks 1785 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.oral
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)Reproductive toxicityNOAELrat (female)105 weeks 1000 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.oral
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)Maternal toxicityNOAELrat 1000 mg/kg bw/dayPositive.oral
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)TeratogenicityNOAELrat 1700 mg/kg bw/dayPositive.oral
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)Reproductive toxicityNOAEL/NOELrat28 days 30 mg/kg bw/dayPositive.OECD 422oral
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralNOAELrat 15 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.EPA OTS 798.4700parental toxicity
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralLOAELrat 150 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.EPA OTS 798.4700parental toxicity
hydroquinone (123-31-9)Maternal toxicity + developmental toxicityNOELrat 100 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.OECD 414oral
hydroquinone (123-31-9)Maternal toxicityNOELrabbit 25 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.EPA OTS 798.4900oral
hydroquinone (123-31-9)Effects on fertilityNOELrabbit 75 mg/kg bw/dayNegative.EPA OTS 798.4900oral

Summary of evaluation of the CMR properties

Suspected of damaging the unborn child.

(h) STOT-single exposure

NameExposure routeTypeSpeciesTimeOrganValueResultMethodRemark
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)oralNOAELrat (male/female)102 weeks 1700 mg/kg bw/day
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)dermalNOAELmouse (female)10 weeks 0,02 mltwice by week
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)inhalationLOAECrat (male)90 days 160 mg/m3
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralNOAELmouse90 days 50 mg/kg bw/day
Additional information: May cause respiratory irritation.

(i) STOT-repeated exposure

NameExposure routeTypeSpeciesTimeOrganValueResultMethodRemark
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECrats and mice28 days 3,47 mg/LOECD 412
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECrats and mice28 days 2,13 mg/Lototoxicity
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECmice and rats (females)28 days 0,181 mg/LOECD 412
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECrats and mice28 days 0,688 mg/LOECD 412
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECratnose 0,85 mg/L
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECratoverall 2,13 mg/L
styrene (100-42-5)oralNOAELrat 1000 mg/kg bw/day
styrene (100-42-5)oralLOAELrat 2000 mg/kg bw/day
styrene (100-42-5)oralNOAELmouse 150 mg/kg bw/day
styrene (100-42-5)oralLOAELmouse 300 mg/kg bw/day
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationLOAECrat 0,21 mg/LOECD 453
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECrat 0,85 mg/Lototoxicity
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationLOAECrat 3,41 mg/Lototoxicity
styrene (100-42-5)inhalationNOAECratgeneral 2,13 mg/Lototoxicity
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)oralNOELrat90 days4000 – 4500 mg/kg bw/dayOECD 408
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)inhalationNOECrat90 days≤ 1,3 mg/m3OECD 413
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9)dermalNOAELrabbit≥ 10000 mg/kg bw/day
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)oralNOAELrat 1700 mg/kg bw/day
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)inhalationNOAECrat 1000 mg/m3
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)inhalationNOAECrat 2200 mg/m3
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6)dermalNOAELmouse 0,02 mltwice by week
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralNOAELrat 1250 mg/kg bw/day
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralLOAELrat7 weeks 2500 mg/kg bw/day
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralNOAELrat105 weeks 500 mg/kg bw/day
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralLOAELmouse (male)72 weeks 2340 mg/kg bw/day
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9)oralLOAELmouse (female)72 weeks 1717 mg/kg bw/day
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7)oralNOAELrat90 days 3 mg/kg bw/dayOECD 408
hydroquinone (123-31-9)oralNOAELrat 25 mg/kg bw/dayOECD 453chronic
hydroquinone (123-31-9)dermalNOAELrat (male) 73,9 mg/kg bw/dayOECD 411
hydroquinone (123-31-9)dermalNOAELrat (female) 109,6 mg/kg bw/dayOECD 411
Additional information: Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure. STOT (RE): Causes damage to the central nervous system through prolonged or repeated exposure. Causes damage to organs (hearing organs) through prolonged or repeated exposure if inhaled.

(j) Aspiration hazard

Additional information: Aspiration hazard: Not classified.

12. Ecological information

12.1. Toxicity

12.1.1. Acute (short-term) toxicity

For components
Substance (CAS Nr.) Type Value Exposure time Species Organism Method Remark
styrene (100-42-5) EC50 4,9 mg/L 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata EPA OTS 797.1050
EC50 4,7 mg/L 48 h crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 202
NOEC 1,9 mg/L crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 202
EC50 500 mg/L 30 min activated sludge OECD 209
LC50 4,02 – 10 mg/L 96 h fish Pimephales promelas OECD 203
silicon dioxide, amorphous (7631-86-9) EL50 ≥ 1000 mg/L 24 h crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 202
LC50 > 10000 mg/L 96 h fish Brachydanio rerio OECD 203
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) EC50 19000 mg/L 96 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata OECD 201
EC50 24200 mg/L 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata
EC50 34100 mg/L 48 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata
LC50 18340 mg/L 48 h crustacea Ceriodaphnia dubia
LC50 18800 mg/L 96 h crustacea Americamysis bahia EPA 600/4-90/0-27
LC50 40613 mg/L 96 h fish Oncorhynchus mykiss
EC50 > 1000 mg/L 30 min activated sludge OECD 209
NOEC 20000 mg/L 18 h microorganisms Pseudomonas putida
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) NOEC 32 mg/L 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata OECD 201
LC50 > 99 mg/L 96 h fish Oryzias latipes OECD 203
EC50 > 1000 mg/L 3 h microorganisms Activated sludge ISO 8192
EC50 13 mg/L 16 h microorganisms Pseudomonas putida ISO 10712
EC50 68 mg/L 72 h algae
EC50 71 mg/L 48 h crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 202
EC50 731 mg/L Plants Lactuca sativa
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) EC50 144 µg/l 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata
NOEC 32,2 µg/l 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata
LOEC 52,7 µg/l 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata OECD 201
LC50 1,512 mg/L 96 h fish Oncorhynchus mykiss
NOEC 0,939 mg/L 96 h fish Oncorhynchus mykiss
LOEC 1,577 mg/L 96 h fish Oncorhynchus mykiss ASTM guideline (1996)
EC10 3,73 mg/L 30 min activated sludge
EC50 120 mg/L 30 min activated sludge OECD 209
hydroquinone (123-31-9) ErC50 0,33 mg/L 72 h algae
NOEC 0,019 mg/L 72 h algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata OECD 201
EC50 0,134 mg/L 48 h crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 202
NOEC 0,0057 mg/L 21 days crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 211
LC50 0,638 mg/L 96 h fish Oncorhynchus mykiss OECD 203

12.1.2. Chronic (long-term) toxicity

For components
Substance (CAS Nr.) Type Value Exposure time Species Organism Method Remark
styrene (100-42-5) NOEC 1,01 mg/l 21 days crustacea Daphnia magna
LOEC 2,06 mg/l 21 days crustacea Daphnia magna
EC50 1,88 mg/l 21 days crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 203
LC50 120 mg/kg soil dw 14 days invertebrates Eisenia fetida OECD 210
LOEC 65 mg/kg soil dw invertebrates Eisenia fetida
LOEC 180 mg/kg soil dw invertebrates Eisenia fetida survival
NOEC 34 mg/kg soil dw invertebrates Eisenia fetida
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) NOEC 15000 mg/l 14 days algae Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata OECD 201
NOEC 13020 mg/l 7 days crustacea Ceriodaphnia sp. EPA 600/4- 89/001
NOEC 11530 mg/l 7 days fish Pimephales promelas EPA 600/4-89/001
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) NOEC 16 mg/l 21 days Daphnia
EC50 42 mg/l 21 days crustacea Daphnia magna OECD 211
LC50 560 mg/l 7 days fish Danio rerio OECD 210
LOEC 32 mg/l 60 days fish
NOEC 10 mg/l 60 days fish OECD 210
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) EC50 90,1 μg/L 7 days algae Lemna minor
NOEC 3 μg/L 7 days algae Lemna minor
LOEC 8,8 μg/L 7 days algae Lemna minor OECD 221
NOECr 60,8 μg/L 21 days crustacea Daphnia
LC50 121,3 μg/L 21 days crustacea Daphnia
LOECR 93,3 μg/L 21 days crustacea Daphnia OECD 211

12.2. Persistence and degradability

12.2.1. Abiotic degradation, physical- and photo-chemical elimination

No information.

12.2.2. Biodegradation

For components
Substance (CAS Nr.) Type Rate Time Evaluation Method Remark
styrene (100-42-5) biodegradability 87 % 20 days readily biodegradable OECD 301 D
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) biodegradability 81,7 % 28 days readily biodegradable OECD 301F
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) biodegradability 95,8 % 64 days readily biodegradable OECD 306
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) biodegradability 68 % 10 days readily biodegradable OECD 301 D
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) biodegradability 74 % 30 days readily biodegradable OECD 301 D
cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (136-52-7) biodegradability 60 % 10 days readily biodegradable
hydroquinone (123-31-9) biodegradability 70 % 14 days readily biodegradable OECD 301 C

12.3. Bioaccumulative potential

12.3.1. Partition coefficient

For product
Media Value Temperature pH Concentration Method
Log Pow 3 styrene
For components
Substance (CAS Nr.) Media Value Temperature pH Concentration Method
styrene (100-42-5) Log Pow 3
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) Log Pow -1,07
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Log Pow 1,6
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Log Pow 0,59

12.3.2. Bioconcentration factor (BCF)

For components
Substance (CAS Nr.) species Organism Value Duration Evaluation Method Remark
styrene (100-42-5) BCF 74 Calculated value
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) BCF 0,09 Calculated value
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) BCF 3,16 – 3,4 Calculated value
hydroquinone (123-31-9) BCF Leuciscus idus melanotus 40 3 days

12.4. Mobility in soil

12.4.1. Known or predicted distribution to environmental compartments

No information.

12.4.2. Surface tension

No information.

12.4.3. Adsorption/Desorption

For components
Substance (CAS Nr.) Type Criterion Value Evaluation Method Remark
styrene (100-42-5) Soil 352 Koc
styrene (100-42-5) Soil log KOC 2,55
propane-1,2-diol (57-55-6) Soil log KOC 0,46
phthalic anhydride (85-44-9) Soil 31 Koc
hydroquinone (123-31-9) Soil log KOC 0,97 – 1,7

12.5. Results of PBT and vPvB assessment

No evaluation.

12.6. Other adverse effects

No specific effects or critical hazards known.

12.7. Additional information

For product

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
Do not allow to reach ground water, water courses or sewage system.

For components

Substance: styrene

This substance is not considered to be persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT). This substance is not considered to be very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB).

Substance: silicon dioxide, amorphous

This substance is not considered to be persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT). This substance is not considered to be very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB).

Substance: propane-1,2-diol

This substance is not considered to be persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT). This substance is not considered to be very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB).

Substance: phthalic anhydride

This substance is not considered to be persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT). This substance is not considered to be very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB).

Substance: hydroquinone

This substance is not considered to be persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic (PBT). This substance is not considered to be very persistent and very bioaccumulative (vPvB).

13. Disposal considerations

13.1. Waste treatment methods

13.1.1. Product / Packaging disposal

Waste chemical

Dispose of in accordance with applicable waste disposal regulation. Disposal must be made according to official regulations: deliver it to authorised collector/remover/transformer of hazardous waste. Do not allow product to reach drains/sewage systems.

Packaging

Dispose of in accordance with applicable waste disposal regulation. Uncleaned containers are classified as hazardous waste - they should be handled in the same manner as the contents. Deliver completely emptied containers to approved waste disposal authorities. Empty containers represent a fire hazard as they may contain flammable product residues and vapour. Uncleaned containers should not be perforated, cut or welded.

13.1.2. Waste treatment-relevant information

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13.1.3. Sewage disposal-relevant information

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13.1.4. Other disposal recommendations

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14. Transport information

14.1. UN number

UN 1866

14.2. UN proper shipping name

RESIN SOLUTION

14.3. Transport hazard class(es)

3

14.4. Packing group

III

14.5. Environmental hazards

NO.

14.6. Special precautions for user

Limited quantities

5 L

Tunnel restriction code

(D/E)

IMDG flashpoint

31 °C, c.c.

IMDG EmS

F-E, S-E

14.7. Transport in bulk according to Annex II of Marpol and the IBC Code

Goods may not be carried in bulk in bulk containers, containers or vehicles.


15. Regulatory information

15.1. Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture

- Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)(including last amendment Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/830)

- Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures

15.1.1. Information according 2004/42/EC about limitation of emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC-guideline)

Not applicable.

15.1.2. Special instructions

Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 (REACH) Annex XVII - Terms of restriction: 3, 40, 75.

15.2. Chemical Safety Assessment

The chemical safety assessment has been made.
All relevant information used to conduct this assessment are included in this Safety Data Sheet as well anyas any resulting Risk Reduction Measures.

16. Other information

Indication of changes

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Abbreviations and acronyms

ATE - Acute Toxicity Estimate
ADR - Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road
ADN - European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways
CEN - European Committee for Standardisation
C&L - Classification and Labelling
CLP - Classification Labelling Packaging Regulation; Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008
CAS# - Chemical Abstracts Service number
CMR - Carcinogen, Mutagen, or Reproductive Toxicant
CSA - Chemical Safety Assessment
CSR - Chemical Safety Report
DMEL - Derived Minimal Effect Level
DNEL - Derived No Effect Level
DPD - Dangerous Preparations Directive 1999/45/EC
DSD - Dangerous Substances Directive 67/548/EEC
DU - Downstream User
EC - European Community
ECHA - European Chemicals Agency
EC-Number - EINECS and ELINCS Number (see also EINECS and ELINCS)
EEA - European Economic Area (EU + Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway)
EEC - European Economic Community
EINECS - European Inventory of Existing Commercial Substances
ELINCS - European List of notified Chemical Substances
EN - European Standard
EQS - Environmental Quality Standard
EU - European Union
Euphrac - European Phrase Catalogue
EWC - European Waste Catalogue (replaced by LoW – see below)
GES - Generic Exposure Scenario
GHS - Globally Harmonized System
IATA - International Air Transport Association
ICAO-TI - Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air
IMDG - International Maritime Dangerous Goods
IMSBC - International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes
IT - Information Technology
IUCLID - International Uniform Chemical Information Database
IUPAC - International Union for Pure Applied Chemistry
JRC - Joint Research Centre
Kow - octanol-water partition coefficient
LC50 - Lethal Concentration to 50 % of a test population
LD50 - Lethal Dose to 50% of a test population (Median Lethal Dose)
LE - Legal Entity
LoW - List of Wastes (see http://ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/framework/list.htm)
LR - Lead Registrant
M/I - Manufacturer / Importer
MS - Member States
MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheet
OC - Operational Conditions
OECD - Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development
OEL - Occupational Exposure Limit
OJ - Official Journal
OR - Only Representative
OSHA - European Agency for Safety and Health at work
PBT - Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic substance
PEC - Predicted Effect Concentration
PNEC(s) - Predicted No Effect Concentration(s)
PPE - Personal Protection Equipment
(Q)SAR - Qualitative Structure Activity Relationship
REACH - Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006
RID - Regulations concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail
RIP - REACH Implementation Project
RMM - Risk Management Measure
SCBA - Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
SDS - Safety data sheet
SIEF - Substance Information Exchange Forum
SME - Small and Medium sized Enterprises
STOT - Specific Target Organ Toxicity
(STOT) RE - Repeated Exposure
(STOT) SE - Single Exposure
SVHC - Substances of Very High Concern
UN - United Nations
vPvB - Very Persistent and Very Bioaccumulative

Key literature references and sources for data

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List of relevant H phrases

H226  Flammable liquid and vapour.
H302  Harmful if swallowed.
H304  May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.
H315  Causes skin irritation.
H317  May cause an allergic skin reaction.
H318  Causes serious eye damage.
H319  Causes serious eye irritation.
H332  Harmful if inhaled.
H334  May cause allergy or asthma symptoms or breathing difficulties if inhaled.
H335  May cause respiratory irritation.
H341  Suspected of causing genetic defects .
H351  Suspected of causing cancer .
H360Fd  May damage fertility. Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
H361d  Suspected of damaging the unborn child.
H372  Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure .
H400  Very toxic to aquatic life.
H410  Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
H412  Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

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