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DERVAL SOLO Safety Data Sheet 91/155/EEC
Printing date: 11.11.2011 Version 03 last revision: 02.03.1999 Versio
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE PREPARATION After spillage or leakage, rinse away small amounts with
AND OF THE COMPANY/UNDERTAKING plenty of water. Take up larger amounts with adsorbent
material (sand, sawdust) and remove.
Commercial Name : DERVAL SOLO
Manufacturer KREUSSLER & CO GMBH
7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Street POSTFACH 120454
Postcode/Town D-65082 WIESBADEN Do not use appliances and fittings made of light metal,
Telephon 0611-9271-0 galvanised material, copper or gunmetal.
Telefax 0611-9271-111 Plastic is suitable material for containers and fittings.
Storage: No special measures necessary.
2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON
INGREDIENTS 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL
Preparation of interface-aktive substances,
Contents in accordence with EG-recommendations: No protective or monitoring measures required.
5-15% non-ionic surfactents Personal protective measures:
< 5% amphoteric surfactants Plastic or rubber safety gloves. Tight fitting safety glasses.
< 5% phosphonate
other contents :optical brightener, alcali. 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance : clear yellow liquid
Melting point : <0°C
3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION < 32°F
Causes severe burns. Flash point : >100°C
Density :1,2-1,3 g/ml
4. FIRST AID MEASURES Viscosity : 50 - 100 mPas
pH-Value : 12 - 13 (1% Solution)
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty Solubility in water : soluble
of water and seek medical advice.
After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of
water. Take off immediately all contaminated clothes. 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
If swallowed, do not induce vomitting, drink plenty of water
and seek medical advice immediately. No hazardous decomposition products, if stored and used as
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
All conventional fire extinguishing agents are suitable.
Acute oral toxicity : > 2000mg/kg (Rats) calculated from
data of constituent parts
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Skin tolerance : caused burns
Mucous membrane tolerance : caused burns
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
On the basis of the raw materials data , including in the
product, the following ecological data are to expected .
Degradability : rapidly biologically degradable.
The surfactents including the product are biologically
degrable to at least 90% (surfactant regulations of 4.6.86).
13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Taking into consideration any local authority regulations,
dispose the product by special incineration treatment.
May be incinerated without danger to the environment.
Completely empty containers may be disposed of in
domestic or trade waste.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Landtransport ADR/RID and GGVS/GGVE
Class 8,66b Packing Group II
Danger-No.: 80 UN-No.: 1760
Description of Good: Corrosive liquide, n.o.s.
Class 8 Packing Group II
UN-No.: 1760 Ems-No.: 8-06
MFAG-No. 705 Page :
Describtion of Good: Corrosive liquide, n.o.s.
Airtransport ICAO-TI and IATA-DGR
Classs 8 UN-Nr : 1760
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
Classification and labelling in accordance with CHIPS
(Chemical Hazard Information and Packaging-Regulations
1993) and Guideline 93/18/EEC .
Indication of danger : Corrosive
Corresponding symbol :C
Risk phrases : 35
Safety phrases : 2-26-27-37/39
16. FURTHER INFORMATION
All details are given in good faith, but since it is necessary
to adapt them to actual operating conditions we cannot