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Safety Data Sheet according to EC-Regulation 91/155/EEC 1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the company/undertaking Identification of the substance or preparation BrazeTec spezial h PASTE Use of the substance/preparation Brazing flux Company/undertaking identification Umicore AG&Co.KG, Business Line BrazeTec, Rodenbacher Chaussee 4, D-63457 Hanau-Wolfgang Telephone +49 (6181) 59-03, Fax +49 (6181) 59-3107 www.BrazeTec.com [email protected] Emergency telephone / Office for advice Advisory office in case of poisoning: Tel.: Telephone number of the company in case of emergencies: Tel. +49 (0) 69 305-6420 2. Composition/information on ingredients 2.1 Chemical name content % R-phrases EINECS, ELINCS
For complete wording of the R-phrases, refer to point 16. 3. Hazards identification 3.1 To people See point 11 and 15. Preparation is classified as hazardous in the sense of directive 1999/45/EC. Ingestion: Product is dangerous to health. The following may occur: Irritant effect to damaged skin. Hazardous gasses are set free when processing product Hydrogen fluoride formation possible. On vapour formation: Oedema of the lungs Irritant to mucosa of the nose and throat. 3.2 To the environment See point 12. 4. First aid measures 4.1 Inhalation Remove person from danger area. Supply person with fresh air and consult doctor according to symptoms. In case of symptoms: Medical supervision necessary due to possibility of delayed reaction. 4.2 Eye contact Wash thoroughly for several minutes using copious water - call doctor immediately, have Data Sheet available. 4.3 Skin contact
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Wash thoroughly using copious water - remove contaminated clothing immediately. 4.4 Ingestion Rinse the mouth thoroughly with water. Give copious water to drink - consult doctor immediately. 4.5 Special resources necessary for first aid 4.1: On vapour formation: Dexamethasone In case of urge to cough - antitussive agents 4.4: Dissolve effervescent calcium tablets in water and give to drink in small sips. Gastric lavage 5. Fire-fighting measures 5.1 Suitable extinguishing media Adapt to the nature and extent of fire. 5.2 Extinguishing media which must not be used for safety reasons n.g. 5.3 Special exposure hazards arising from the substance or preparation itself, combustion products, resulting gases In case of fire the following can develop: Fume Irritant dusts / gases Hydrofluoric acid Fluorides 5.4 Special protective equipment for fire-fighters Protective respirator with independent air supply According to size of fire Full protection, if necessary 5.5 Further information Dispose of contaminated extinction water according to official regulations. 6. Accidental release measures
Refer to point 13. and for personal protection refer to point 8. 6.1 Personal precautions Ensure sufficient supply of air. Avoid build up of dust. Avoid inhalation, and contact with eyes or skin. 6.2 Environmental measures Prevent from entering drainage system. Prevent surface and ground-water infiltration, as well as ground penetration. If leakage occurs, dam up. 6.3 Methods for cleaning up Collect mechanically and dispose of according to point 13. Diluting with water is possible. Flush residue using copious water. 7. Handling and storage 7.1 Handling Tips for safe handling: See point 6.1 Ensure good ventilation. Do not inhale dust/fume/mist. Use working methods according to operating instructions. General hygiene measures for the handling of chemicals are applicable. Eating, drinking, smoking, as well as food-storage, is prohibited in work-room. Wash hands before breaks and at end of work. Observe directions on label and instructions for use.
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During processing: Switch on available suction system. 7.2. Storage Requirements for storage rooms and containers: Store products only unopened, in original packing. Special storage conditions: See point 10.2 Only store at temperatures from 5°C to 30°C Store in a dry place. Stability during storage: > 6 months. 8. Exposure controls/personal protection
Ensure good ventilation. This can be achieved by local suction or general air extraction. If this is insufficient to maintain the concentration under the WEL or AG values, suitable breathing protection should be worn. Applies only if maximum permissible exposure values are listed here. Chemical Name
WEL-TWA: 1,8 ppm (1,5 mg/m3) (as F) (WEL,
WEL-STEL: 3 ppm (2,5 mg/m3) (as F) (WEL, EC)
WEL-TWA: 2,5 mg/m3 (inorganic, as F) (WEL),
WEL-TWA = Workplace Exposure Limit - Long-term exposure limit (8-hour TWA (= time weighted average) reference period) EH40. AG = "Arbeitsplatzgrenzwert" (workplace limit value, Germany). | WEL-STEL = Workplace Exposure Limit - Short-terme exposure limit (15-minute reference period). | BMGV = Biological monitoring guidance value EH40. BG = "Biologischer Grenzwert" (biological limit value, Germany) | Other information: Sen = Capable of causing occupational asthma. Sk = Can be absorbed through skin. Carc = Capable of causing cancer and/or heritable genetic damage.
Protective nitrile gloves (EN 374)Protective hand cream recommended. 8.3 Eye protection:
Tight fitting protective goggles with side protection (EN 166).
Protective working garments (e.g. safety shoes EN 344, long-sleeved protective working garments)
Additional information on hand protection - No tests have been performed. Selection made for preparations according to the best available knowledge and information on the ingredients. Selection of materials derived from glove manufacturer's indications. Final selection of glove material must be made taking the breakthrough times, permeation ratesand degradation into account. Selection of a suitable glove depends not only on the material but also on other quality characteristicsand varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. In the case of preparations the resistance of glove materials cannot be calculated in advanceso it has to be tested before use. The exact breakthrough time of the glove material can berequested from the protective glove manufacturer and must be observed. 9. Physical and chemical properties
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10. Stability and reactivity 10.1 Conditions to avoid See point 7 Stable when handled and stored correctly. Strong heat 10.2 Materials to avoid See point 7 Avoid contact with strong acids. Sulphuric acid 10.3 Hazardous decomposition products See point 5.3 Heating: Hydrogen fluoride formation possible. 11. Toxicological information 11.1 Acute toxicity and immediate effects Ingestion, LD50 rat oral (mg/kg): 11.2 Delayed and chronic effects Sensitization: 11.3. Further information *: Classification based on toxicological analyses. 12. Ecological information
Precipitate fluoride with milk of lime and dispose of. 13. Disposal considerations 13.1. for the material / preparation / residue EC disposal code no.: The waste codes are recommendations based on the scheduled use of this product. Owing to the user's specific conditions for use and disposal, other waste codes may be allocated under certain circumstances. 06 02 99 wastes not otherwise specified 12 01 99 wastes not otherwise specified 16 05 07 discarded inorganic chemicals consisting of or containing dangerous substances
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Recommendation: Pay attention to local and national official regulations E.g. suitable incineration plant. E.g. dispose at suitable refuse site. 13.2 for contaminated packing material See point 13.1 Pay attention to local and national official regulations 14. Transport information General statements UN-Number: Road/Rail-transport (ADR/RID) Class/packing-group: Transport by sea IMDG-code: Transport by air IATA:
n.a. (class/secondary danger/packing-group)
Additional information: Non-dangerous material according to Transport Regulations. 15. Regulatory information Classification according to Dangerous Product Regulations incl. EC Directives (67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC)
Indications of danger:XnHarmfulR-phrases:22 Harmful if swallowed. S-phrases:
23.d Do not breathe gas/vapour. 35 This material and its container must be disposed of in a safe way. 37 Wear suitable gloves. Additions:Potassium hydroxo-fluoroborateObserve restrictions:
Observe youth employment law (German regulation). Observe law on protection of expectant mothers (German regulation). 16. Other information
These details refer to the product as it is delivered. Storage class VCI (Germany):
BGV D1 (VBG 15)M 005The following phrases represent the prescribed R-phrases for the ingredients (designated in point 2). 22 Harmful if swallowed.
n.a. = not applicable / n.v., k.D.v. = not available / n.g. = not checkedOES = Occupational exposure standard / MEL = Maximum exposure limit / BMGV = Biological monitoring guidance valueAG = "Arbeitsplatzgrenzwert" (workplace limit value, Germany) / BG = "Biologischer Grenzwert" (biological limit value, Germany)VbF = Regulations for flammable liquids (Austria)WGK = water hazard class (Germany) - WGK 3 = very hazardous, WGK 2 = hazardous, WGK 1 = slightly hazardous to water
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VOC = Volatile organic compounds / AOX = Adsorbable organic halogen compoundsVwVwS = Administrative Order relating to substances hazardous to water (Germany)
The statements made here should describe the product with regard to the necessary safety precautions - they are not meant to guarantee definite characteristics - but they are based on our present up-to-date knowledge. No responsibility. These statements were made by: Chemical Check GmbH, Beim Staumberge 3, D-32839 Steinheim, Tel.: 01805-CHEMICAL / 01805- 243 642, Fax: 05233-941790 by Chemical Check GmbH Gefahrstoffberatung. The copying or changing of this document is forbidden except with consent of the Chemical Check GmbH Gefahrstoffberatung.
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