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Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v,Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. P303 P361 P353 IF ON SKIN or hair Remove Take off immediately all contaminated. clothing Rinse skin with water shower, P304 P340 IF INHALED Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position. 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, P308 P313 IF exposed or concerned Get medical advice attention. P312 Call a POISON CENTER or doctor physician if you feel unwell. P332 P313 If skin irritation occurs Get medical advice attention. P337 P313 If eye irritation persists Get medical advice attention. P363 Wash contaminated clothing before reuse, P370 P378 In case of fire Use carbon dioxide CO2 powder alcohol resistant foam to.
extinguish, P403 P233 Store in a well ventilated place Keep container tightly closed. P405 Store locked up, P501 Dispose of contents container to comply with local state and federal regulations. P235 Keep cool,2 3 Other hazards,Other hazards not contributing to the None. classification,2 4 Unknown acute toxicity GHS US,No data available. SECTION 3 Composition Information on ingredients,3 1 Substances.
Not applicable,Full text of H phrases see section 16. 3 2 Mixtures,Name Product identifier GHS US classification. Ethanol CAS No 64 17 5 52 3 57 5 Flam Liq 2 H225,Carc 1A H350. Repr 2 H361,Water CAS No 7732 18 5 35 9 42 3 Not classified. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol CAS No 67 63 0 2 8 3 3 Flam Liq 2 H225. Eye Irrit 2A H319,STOT SE 3 H335,Methanol CAS No 67 56 1 2 6 3 3 Flam Liq 2 H225.
Acute Tox 3 Oral H301,Acute Tox 3 Dermal H311,Acute Tox 3 Inhalation H331. STOT SE 1 H370,SECTION 4 First aid measures,4 1 Description of first aid measures. First aid measures general Check the vital functions Unconscious maintain adequate airway and respiration Respiratory. arrest artificial respiration or oxygen Cardiac arrest perform resuscitation Victim conscious. with labored breathing half seated Victim in shock on his back with legs slightly raised. Vomiting prevent asphyxia aspiration pneumonia Prevent cooling by covering the victim no. warming up Keep watching the victim Give psychological aid Keep the victim calm avoid. physical strain Depending on the victim s condition doctor hospital Never give alcohol to. First aid measures after inhalation Remove the victim into fresh air Respiratory problems consult a doctor medical service. First aid measures after skin contact Rinse with water Take victim to a doctor if irritation persists. First aid measures after eye contact Rinse immediately with plenty of water Do not apply neutralizing agents Take victim to an. ophthalmologist if irritation persists, First aid measures after ingestion Rinse mouth with water Do not induce vomiting Call Poison Information Centre. www big be antigif htm Consult a doctor medical service if you feel unwell Ingestion of large. quantities immediately to hospital, 4 2 Most important symptoms and effects both acute and delayed. Symptoms effects after inhalation EXPOSURE TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS Dry sore throat Coughing Irritation of the. respiratory tract Irritation of the nasal mucous membranes Respiratory difficulties Central. nervous system depression Symptoms similar to those listed under ingestion. Symptoms effects after skin contact Slight irritation. 02 08 2018 EN English US 2 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v.
Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Symptoms effects after eye contact Redness of the eye tissue Lacrimation ON CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE CONTACT Irritation. of the eye tissue, Symptoms effects after ingestion AFTER ABSORPTION OF LARGE QUANTITIES Risk of aspiration pneumonia Red skin. Body temperature rise Damp clammy skin Excited restless Accelerated heart action Central. nervous system depression Dizziness Narcosis Headache Drunkenness Nausea Vomiting. Disturbed motor response Coordination disorders Visual disturbances Impaired. concentration Delusions Disturbed sensation of pain Disturbances of heart rate Disturbances. of consciousness Tremor Cramps uncontrolled muscular contractions Dilated pupils. Chronic symptoms ON CONTINUOUS REPEATED EXPOSURE CONTACT Dry skin Gastrointestinal complaints. Enlargement affection of the liver Change in the haemogramme blood composition Cardiac. and blood circulation effects High arterial pressure Impairment of the nervous system. Behavioural disturbances Mental confusion Disturbed tactile sensibility Tremor Affection of. the bone marrow Affection of the endocrine system Weakening of the immune system. 4 3 Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed. No additional information available,SECTION 5 Firefighting measures. 5 1 Extinguishing media, Suitable extinguishing media Water spray Alcohol resistant foam BC powder Carbon dioxide. Unsuitable extinguishing media Solid water jet ineffective as extinguishing medium. 5 2 Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture. Fire hazard DIRECT FIRE HAZARD Highly flammable Gas vapor flammable with air within explosion. limits INDIRECT FIRE HAZARD May be ignited by sparks Gas vapor spreads at floor level. ignition hazard Reactions involving a fire hazard see Reactivity Hazard. Explosion hazard DIRECT EXPLOSION HAZARD Gas vapour explosive with air within explosion limits. INDIRECT EXPLOSION HAZARD may be ignited by sparks Reactions with explosion. hazards see Reactivity Hazard, Reactivity Upon combustion CO and CO2 are formed Reacts violently with many compounds e g with.
strong oxidizers increased risk of fire explosion Violent to explosive reaction with some. 5 3 Advice for firefighters, Firefighting instructions Cool tanks drums with water spray remove them into safety Do not move the load if exposed to. Protection during firefighting Heat fire exposure compressed air oxygen apparatus. SECTION 6 Accidental release measures, 6 1 Personal precautions protective equipment and emergency procedures. General measures Remove ignition sources Use special care to avoid static electric charges No naked lights No. 6 1 1 For non emergency personnel, Protective equipment Gloves Protective goggles Protective clothing Large spills in enclosed spaces compressed. air apparatus See Material Handling to select protective clothing. Emergency procedures Keep upwind Mark the danger area Consider evacuation Seal off low lying areas Close. doors and windows of adjacent premises Stop engines and no smoking No naked flames or. sparks Spark and explosion proof appliances and lighting equipment Keep containers closed. Wash contaminated clothes,6 1 2 For emergency responders. Protective equipment Equip cleanup crew with proper protection Avoid breathing mist spray. Emergency procedures Ventilate area,6 2 Environmental precautions.
Prevent spreading in sewers, 6 3 Methods and material for containment and cleaning up. For containment Contain released substance pump into suitable containers Consult Material handling to. select material of containers Plug the leak cut off the supply Dam up the liquid spill Try to. reduce evaporation Measure the concentration of the explosive gas air mixture Dilute disperse. combustible gas vapour with water curtain Provide equipment receptacles with earthing Do. not use compressed air for pumping over spills,02 08 2018 EN English US 3 13. Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v,Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Methods for cleaning up Take up liquid spill into a non combustible material e g sand earth vermiculite or kieselguhr. powdered limestone Scoop absorbed substance into closing containers See Material. handling for suitable container materials Carefully collect the spill leftovers Damaged cooled. tanks must be emptied Do not use compressed air for pumping over spills Clean. contaminated surfaces with an excess of water Take collected spill to manufacturer competent. authority Wash clothing and equipment after handling. 6 4 Reference to other sections, See Heading 8 Exposure controls and personal protection. SECTION 7 Handling and storage,7 1 Precautions for safe handling.
Precautions for safe handling Comply with the legal requirements Remove contaminated clothing immediately Clean. contaminated clothing Handle uncleaned empty containers as full ones Thoroughly clean dry. the installation before use Do not discharge the waste into the drain Do not use compressed. air for pumping over Use spark explosionproof appliances and lighting system Take. precautions against electrostatic charges Keep away from naked flames heat Keep away from. ignition sources sparks Observe normal hygiene standards Keep container tightly closed. Measure the concentration in the air regularly Work under local exhaust ventilation. Hygiene measures Wash exposed skin thoroughly after handling. 7 2 Conditions for safe storage including any incompatibilities. Technical measures Proper grounding procedures to avoid static electricity should be followed Ground bond. container and receiving equipment Use explosion proof electrical ventilating lighting. Storage conditions Keep container tightly closed Keep only in the original container in a cool well ventilated place. away from incompatible materials Keep in fireproof place. Incompatible products Strong bases Strong acids, Incompatible materials Sources of ignition Direct sunlight Heat sources. Heat ignition KEEP SUBSTANCE AWAY FROM heat sources ignition sources. Prohibitions on mixed storage KEEP SUBSTANCE AWAY FROM oxidizing agents strong acids water moisture. Storage area Keep out of direct sunlight Store in a dry area Ventilation at floor level Fireproof storeroom. Provide for an automatic sprinkler system Provide for a tub to collect spills Provide the tank. with earthing Meet the legal requirements, Special rules on packaging SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS closing dry clean correctly labelled meet the legal. requirements Secure fragile packagings in solid containers. Packaging materials SUITABLE MATERIAL stainless steel aluminium iron copper nickel synthetic material. glass MATERIAL TO AVOID No data available,7 3 Specific end use s. No additional information available,SECTION 8 Exposure controls personal protection. 8 1 Control parameters,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v, USA ACGIH ACGIH STEL ppm 1000 ppm Ethanol USA Short time value TLV.
Adopted Value,USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA mg m 1900 mg m. USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA ppm 1000 ppm,Ethanol 64 17 5. USA ACGIH ACGIH STEL ppm 1000 ppm Ethanol USA Short time value TLV. Adopted Value,USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA mg m 1900 mg m. USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA ppm 1000 ppm,Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0. USA ACGIH ACGIH TWA ppm 200 ppm 2 propanol USA Time weighted average. exposure limit 8 h TLV Adopted Value, USA ACGIH ACGIH STEL ppm 400 ppm 2 propanol USA Short time value TLV.
Adopted Value,USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA mg m 980 mg m,USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA ppm 400 ppm. 02 08 2018 EN English US 4 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Methanol 67 56 1, USA ACGIH ACGIH TWA ppm 200 ppm Methanol USA Time weighted average. exposure limit 8 h TLV Adopted Value, USA ACGIH ACGIH STEL ppm 250 ppm Methanol USA Short time value TLV.
Adopted Value,USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA mg m 260 mg m,USA OSHA OSHA PEL TWA ppm 200 ppm. 8 2 Exposure controls, Appropriate engineering controls Emergency eye wash fountains and safety showers should be available in the immediate. vicinity of any potential exposure Provide local exhaust or general room ventilation. Personal protective equipment Safety glasses Gloves Protective clothing High gas vapor concentration gas mask with filter. Materials for protective clothing GIVE EXCELLENT RESISTANCE butyl rubber viton GIVE GOOD RESISTANCE neoprene. tetrafluoroethylene GIVE LESS RESISTANCE nitrile rubber polyethylene GIVE POOR. RESISTANCE natural rubber PVA PVC,Hand protection Gloves. Eye protection Safety glasses,Skin and body protection Protective clothing. Respiratory protection Wear gas mask with filter type A if conc in air exposure limit. Other information Do not eat drink or smoke during use. SECTION 9 Physical and chemical properties, 9 1 Information on basic physical and chemical properties.
Physical state Liquid,Appearance Liquid,Molecular mass 46 07 g mol. Color Colourless,Odor Alcohol odour Pleasant odour. Odor threshold 100 ppm,pH No data available,Relative evaporation rate butyl acetate 1 2 4. Relative evaporation rate ether 1 8 3,Melting point 115 C. Freezing point No data available,Boiling point 78 C.
Flash point 25 C,Critical temperature 243 C,Auto ignition temperature 363 C. Decomposition temperature No data available,Flammability solid gas No data available. Vapor pressure 59 hPa 20 C,Vapor pressure at 50 C 300 hPa 50 C. Critical pressure 63840 hPa,Relative vapor density at 20 C 1 6. Relative density 0 79, Relative density of saturated gas air mixture 1 04.
Specific gravity density 0 881 g l,02 08 2018 EN English US 5 13. Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v,Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Solubility Soluble in water Soluble in ether Soluble in acetone Soluble in chloroform Soluble in oils fats. Soluble in methanol Soluble in acids,Water Complete. Ethanol Not applicable,Ether Complete,Acetone Complete. Log Pow 0 31 Experimental value,Log Kow No data available.
Viscosity kinematic No data available,Viscosity dynamic 0 0012 Pa s 20 C. Explosive properties No data available,Oxidizing properties No data available. Explosion limits 3 3 19 0 vol,67 290 g m,9 2 Other information. Specific conductivity 130000 pS m,Saturation concentration 112 g m. VOC content 100, Other properties Gas vapour heavier than air at 20 C Clear Hygroscopic Volatile Substance has neutral.
SECTION 10 Stability and reactivity,10 1 Reactivity. Upon combustion CO and CO2 are formed Reacts violently with many compounds e g with strong oxidizers increased risk of fire explosion. Violent to explosive reaction with some acids,10 2 Chemical stability. Hygroscopic,10 3 Possibility of hazardous reactions. Not established,10 4 Conditions to avoid, Direct sunlight Extremely high or low temperatures Open flame. 10 5 Incompatible materials,Strong acids Strong bases.
10 6 Hazardous decomposition products, fume Carbon monoxide Carbon dioxide May release flammable gases. SECTION 11 Toxicological information,11 1 Information on toxicological effects. Acute toxicity Not classified,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. LD50 oral rat 10740 mg kg body weight Rat OECD 401 Acute Oral Toxicity Experimental value. LD50 dermal rabbit 16000 mg kg Rabbit Literature study. Ethanol 64 17 5, LD50 oral rat 10740 mg kg Rat Experimental value Rat Experimental value. LD50 dermal rabbit 16000 mg kg Rabbit Literature study. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0, LD50 dermal rabbit 12870 mg kg Rabbit Experimental value Equivalent or similar to OECD 402 16 4 Rabbit.
LC50 inhalation rat mg l 73 mg l 4h Rat,Methanol 67 56 1. LD50 oral rat 5000 mg kg Rat BASF test Literature study 1187 2769 mg kg bodyweight Rat Weight of. LD50 dermal rabbit 15800 mg kg Rabbit Literature study. LC50 inhalation rat mg l 85 mg l 4h Rat Literature study. 02 08 2018 EN English US 6 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Methanol 67 56 1, LC50 inhalation rat ppm 64000 ppm 4h Rat Literature study. Water 7732 18 5,LD50 oral rat 90000 mg kg,Skin corrosion irritation Causes skin irritation.
Serious eye damage irritation Causes serious eye irritation. Respiratory or skin sensitization Not classified,Germ cell mutagenicity Not classified. Based on available data the classification criteria are not met. Carcinogenicity Not classified,Ethanol 64 17 5,IARC group 1 Carcinogenic to humans. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0,IARC group 3 Not classifiable. Reproductive toxicity Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child. Based on available data the classification criteria are not met. Specific target organ toxicity single exposure May cause drowsiness or dizziness Causes damage to organs central nervous system optic. nerve oral Dermal, Specific target organ toxicity repeated Not classified. exposure Based on available data the classification criteria are not met. Aspiration hazard Not classified, Based on available data the classification criteria are not met.
Potential Adverse human health effects and Harmful if swallowed Based on available data the classification criteria are not met. Symptoms effects after inhalation EXPOSURE TO HIGH CONCENTRATIONS Dry sore throat Coughing Irritation of the. respiratory tract Irritation of the nasal mucous membranes Respiratory difficulties Central. nervous system depression Symptoms similar to those listed under ingestion. Symptoms effects after skin contact Slight irritation. Symptoms effects after eye contact Redness of the eye tissue Lacrimation ON CONTINUOUS EXPOSURE CONTACT Irritation. of the eye tissue, Symptoms effects after ingestion AFTER ABSORPTION OF LARGE QUANTITIES Risk of aspiration pneumonia Red skin. Body temperature rise Damp clammy skin Excited restless Accelerated heart action Central. nervous system depression Dizziness Narcosis Headache Drunkenness Nausea Vomiting. Disturbed motor response Coordination disorders Visual disturbances Impaired. concentration Delusions Disturbed sensation of pain Disturbances of heart rate Disturbances. of consciousness Tremor Cramps uncontrolled muscular contractions Dilated pupils. Chronic symptoms ON CONTINUOUS REPEATED EXPOSURE CONTACT Dry skin Gastrointestinal complaints. Enlargement affection of the liver Change in the haemogramme blood composition Cardiac. and blood circulation effects High arterial pressure Impairment of the nervous system. Behavioural disturbances Mental confusion Disturbed tactile sensibility Tremor Affection of. the bone marrow Affection of the endocrine system Weakening of the immune system. SECTION 12 Ecological information,12 1 Toxicity, Ecology general Not classified as dangerous for the environment according to the criteria of Regulation EC No. Ecology air Not classified as dangerous for the ozone layer Regulation EC No 1005 2009 Not included. in the list of substances which may contribute to the greenhouse effect Regulation EC No. 842 2006 TA Luft Klasse 5 2 5, Ecology water Not harmful to fishes LC50 96h 1000 mg l Not harmful to invertebrates Daphnia Slightly. harmful to algae EC50 72h 100 1000 mg l Harmful to plankton Not harmful to bacteria. EC50 1000 mg l No inhibition of activated sludge,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. LC50 fish 1 14200 mg l LC50 US EPA 96 h Pimephales promelas Flow through system Fresh water. Experimental value,02 08 2018 EN English US 7 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v.
Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Ethanol 64 17 5, LC50 fish 1 14200 mg l LC50 US EPA 96 h Pimephales promelas Flow through system Fresh water. Experimental value,Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0. LC50 fish 2 9640 mg l LC50 OECD 203 Fish Acute Toxicity Test 96 h Pimephales promelas Flow. through system Fresh water Experimental value, EC50 Daphnia 2 13299 mg l EC50 Other 48 h Daphnia magna. Threshold limit algae 1 1000 mg l EC50 UBA 72 h Scenedesmus subspicatus. Methanol 67 56 1, LC50 fish 1 15400 mg l LC50 EPA 660 3 75 009 96 h Lepomis macrochirus Flow through system.
Fresh water Experimental value, EC50 Daphnia 1 10000 mg l EC50 DIN 38412 11 48 h Daphnia magna Static system Fresh water. Experimental value,LC50 fish 2 10800 mg l LC50 96 h Salmo gairdneri. 12 2 Persistence and degradability,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. Persistence and degradability Readily biodegradable in water Biodegradable in the soil Highly mobile in soil. Biochemical oxygen demand BOD 0 8 0 967 g O g substance. Chemical oxygen demand COD 1 7 g O g substance,ThOD 2 1 g O g substance. BOD of ThOD 0 43,Ethanol 64 17 5, Persistence and degradability Readily biodegradable in water Biodegradable in the soil Highly mobile in soil.
Biochemical oxygen demand BOD 0 8 0 967 g O g substance. Chemical oxygen demand COD 1 7 g O g substance,ThOD 2 1 g O g subst. BOD of ThOD 0 43,Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0. Persistence and degradability Readily biodegradable in water Biodegradable in the soil Biodegradable in the soil under. anaerobic conditions No test data on mobility of the substance available. Biochemical oxygen demand BOD 1 19 g O g substance. Chemical oxygen demand COD 2 23 g O g substance,ThOD 2 4 g O g substance. Methanol 67 56 1, Persistence and degradability Readily biodegradable in water Biodegradable in the soil Highly mobile in soil. Biochemical oxygen demand BOD 0 6 1 12 g O g substance. Chemical oxygen demand COD 1 42 g O g substance,ThOD 1 5 g O g substance.
BOD of ThOD 0 8 Literature study,Water 7732 18 5,Persistence and degradability Not established. 12 3 Bioaccumulative potential,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. BCF fish 1 1 BCF Other 72 h Cyprinus carpio Static system Fresh water Read across. Log Pow 0 31 Experimental value, Bioaccumulative potential Low potential for bioaccumulation Log Kow 4. Ethanol 64 17 5, BCF fish 1 1 BCF Other 72 h Cyprinus carpio Static system Fresh water Read across. Log Pow 0 31 Experimental value, Bioaccumulative potential Low potential for bioaccumulation Log Kow 4.
Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0, Log Pow 0 05 Weight of evidence approach Other 25 C. Bioaccumulative potential Low potential for bioaccumulation Log Kow 4. 02 08 2018 EN English US 8 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Methanol 67 56 1,BCF fish 1 10 BCF 72 h Leuciscus idus. Log Pow 0 77 Experimental value Other, Bioaccumulative potential Low potential for bioaccumulation BCF 500.
Water 7732 18 5,Bioaccumulative potential Not established. 12 4 Mobility in soil,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v,Surface tension 0 022 N m 20 C. Log Koc Koc PCKOCWIN v1 66 1 Read across,Ethanol 64 17 5. Surface tension 0 022 N m 20 C,Log Koc Koc PCKOCWIN v1 66 1 Read across. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0,Surface tension 0 021 N m 25 C.
Methanol 67 56 1,Surface tension 0 023 N m 20 C,Log Koc Koc PCKOCWIN v1 66 1 Calculated value. 12 5 Other adverse effects, Other information Avoid release to the environment. SECTION 13 Disposal considerations,13 1 Waste treatment methods. Waste disposal recommendations Remove waste in accordance with local and or national regulations Hazardous waste shall not. be mixed together with other waste Different types of hazardous waste shall not be mixed. together if this may entail a risk of pollution or create problems for the further management of. the waste Hazardous waste shall be managed responsibly All entities that store transport or. handle hazardous waste shall take the necessary measures to prevent risks of pollution or. damage to people or animals Recycle by distillation Remove to an authorized waste. incinerator for solvents with energy recovery Do not discharge into surface water May be. discharged to wastewater treatment installation, Additional information LWCA the Netherlands KGA category 03 Hazardous waste according to Directive. 2008 98 EC, Ecology waste materials Avoid release to the environment.
SECTION 14 Transport information,In accordance with DOT. Transport document description UN1987 Alcohols n o s ethanol methanol 3 III. UN No DOT 1987,DOT NA no UN1987,Proper Shipping Name DOT Alcohols n o s. ethanol methanol, Transport hazard class es DOT 3 Class 3 Flammable and combustible liquid 49 CFR 173 120. Hazard labels DOT 3 Flammable liquid,Packing group DOT III Minor Danger. 02 08 2018 EN English US 9 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v.
Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. DOT Special Provisions 49 CFR 172 102 172 This entry includes alcohol mixtures containing up to 5 petroleum products. IB3 Authorized IBCs Metal 31A 31B and 31N Rigid plastics 31H1 and 31H2 Composite. 31HZ1 and 31HA2 31HB2 31HN2 31HD2 and 31HH2 Additional Requirement Only liquids. with a vapor pressure less than or equal to 110 kPa at 50 C 1 1 bar at 122 F or 130 kPa at 55. C 1 3 bar at 131 F are authorized except for UN2672 also see Special Provision IP8 in Table. 2 for UN2672,T4 2 65 178 274 d 2 Normal 178 275 d 3. TP1 The maximum degree of filling must not exceed the degree of filling determined by the. following Degree of filling 97 1 a tr tf Where tr is the maximum mean bulk temperature. during transport and tf is the temperature in degrees celsius of the liquid during filling. TP29 A portable tank having a minimum test pressure of 1 5 bar 150 0 kPa may be used. provided the calculated test pressure is 1 5 bar or less based on the MAWP of the hazardous. materials as defined in 178 275 of this subchapter where the test pressure is 1 5 times the. DOT Packaging Exceptions 49 CFR 173 xxx 4b 150,DOT Packaging Non Bulk 49 CFR 173 xxx 203. DOT Packaging Bulk 49 CFR 173 xxx 242, DOT Quantity Limitations Passenger aircraft rail 60 L. 49 CFR 173 27, DOT Quantity Limitations Cargo aircraft only 49 220 L.
CFR 175 75, DOT Vessel Stowage Location A The material may be stowed on deck or under deck on a cargo vessel and on a. passenger vessel,Additional information, Other information No supplementary information available. Transport document description UN 1170 ethanol ethyl alcohol 3 II D E. Packing group ADR II,Class ADR 3 Flammable liquid,Hazard identification number Kemler No 33. Classification code ADR F1,Hazard labels ADR 3 Flammable liquids. Orange plates,Tunnel restriction code D E,Transport by sea.
UN No IMDG 1987,Proper Shipping Name IMDG ALCOHOLS N O S. Class IMDG 3 Flammable liquids, Packing group IMDG III substances presenting low danger. EmS No 1 F E,EmS No 2 S D,Air transport,UN No IATA 1987. Proper Shipping Name IATA Alcohols n o s,Class IATA 3 Flammable Liquids. Packing group IATA III Minor Danger,02 08 2018 EN English US 10 13.
Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v,Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. SECTION 15 Regulatory information,15 1 US Federal regulations. Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v, SARA Section 311 312 Hazard Classes Physical hazard Flammable gases aerosols liquids or solids. Health hazard Serious eye damage or eye irritation. Health hazard Skin corrosion or Irritation, Health hazard Specific target organ toxicity single or repeated exposure. Health hazard Reproductive toxicity,Ethanol 64 17 5.
Listed on the United States TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act inventory. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0, Listed on the United States TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act inventory. Subject to reporting requirements of United States SARA Section 313. SARA Section 311 312 Hazard Classes Physical hazard Flammable gases aerosols liquids or solids. Health hazard Serious eye damage or eye irritation. Health hazard Specific target organ toxicity single or repeated exposure. Methanol 67 56 1, Listed on the United States TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act inventory. Subject to reporting requirements of United States SARA Section 313. RQ Reportable quantity section 304 of EPA s 5000 lb. List of Lists, SARA Section 311 312 Hazard Classes Physical hazard Flammable gases aerosols liquids or solids. Health hazard Acute toxicity any route of exposure. Health hazard Specific target organ toxicity single or repeated exposure. Water 7732 18 5, Listed on the United States TSCA Toxic Substances Control Act inventory. 15 2 International regulations,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v.
WHMIS Classification Class B Division 3 Combustible Liquid. Class D Division 2 Subdivision A Very toxic material causing other toxic effects. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0, WHMIS Classification Class B Division 2 Flammable Liquid. Class D Division 2 Subdivision B Toxic material causing other toxic effects. Methanol 67 56 1, Listed on the Canadian DSL Domestic Substances List. WHMIS Classification Class B Division 2 Flammable Liquid. Class D Division 2 Subdivision A Very toxic material causing other toxic effects. Class D Division 2 Subdivision B Toxic material causing other toxic effects. Water 7732 18 5, WHMIS Classification Uncontrolled product according to WHMIS classification criteria. EU Regulations,Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0. Methanol 67 56 1,Water 7732 18 5, Classification according to Regulation EC No 1272 2008 CLP.
Classification according to Directive 67 548 EEC DSD or 1999 45 EC DPD. Full text of R phrases see section 16,15 2 2 National regulations. 02 08 2018 EN English US 11 13,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations. Ethanol 64 17 5, Listed on IARC International Agency for Research on Cancer. Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0,Methanol 67 56 1.
Water 7732 18 5,15 3 US State regulations,Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v. U S California Proposition 65 Carcinogens List No,U S California Proposition 65 Developmental Yes. U S California Proposition 65 Reproductive Toxicity No. U S California Proposition 65 Reproductive Toxicity No. Ethanol 64 17 5, U S California U S California U S California U S California No significant risk level. Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 NSRL. Carcinogens List Developmental Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Male. No No No No,Isopropyl Alcohol 2 Propanol 67 63 0, U S California U S California U S California U S California No significant risk level. Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 NSRL. Carcinogens List Developmental Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Male. No No No No,Methanol 67 56 1, U S California U S California U S California U S California No significant risk level.
Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 NSRL. Carcinogens List Developmental Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Male. No Yes No No,Water 7732 18 5, U S California U S California U S California U S California No significant risk level. Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 Proposition 65 NSRL. Carcinogens List Developmental Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Reproductive Toxicity Male. No No No No,SECTION 16 Other information,Indication of changes Revision See. Other information None,Full text of H phrases see section 16. H225 Highly flammable liquid and vapour,H226 Flammable liquid and vapour. H301 Toxic if swallowed,H311 Toxic in contact with skin.
H315 Causes skin irritation,H319 Causes serious eye irritation. H331 Toxic if inhaled,H335 May cause respiratory irritation. H336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness,H350 May cause cancer. H361 Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child. H370 Causes damage to organs,02 08 2018 EN English US 12 13. Ethyl Alcohol 70 v v,Safety Data Sheet, according to Federal Register Vol 77 No 58 Monday March 26 2012 Rules and Regulations.
NFPA health hazard 2 Materials that under emergency conditions can cause. temporary incapacitation or residual injury, NFPA fire hazard 3 Liquids and solids including finely divided suspended. solids that can be ignited under almost all ambient. temperature conditions, NFPA reactivity 0 Material that in themselves are normally stable even. under fire conditions,Hazard Rating, Health 3 Serious Hazard Major injury likely unless prompt action is taken and medical treatment is. Flammability 3 Serious Hazard,Physical 1 Slight Hazard. Personal protection D,SDS US ValTech, Information in this SDS is from available published sources and is believed to be accurate No warranty express or implied is made and LabChem Inc assumes no liability resulting from the use of this.
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