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GPS Safety Summary

Triacetondiamine (TAD)


This Product Safety Summary is intended to provide a general overview of the
chemical substance in the context of ICCA Global Product Strategy. The
information on the summary is basic information and is not intended to
provide emergency response information, medical information or treatment
information.



Substance name
Triacetondiamine (TAD)
CAS-No. 36768-62-4



General statement
Because TAD is used as an intermediate in the chemical industry under
strictly controlled conditions, exposure is very limited. Consumer risk and
exposure is very unlikely as TAD is manufactured and handled in industrial
settings only.



The environmental effects, ecotoxicology and toxicology information avail-
able for TAD is provided based on studies and/or a reliable evaluation of its
hazardous properties.



TAD should not enter surface water, groundwater water and soil. General and
substance specific operational conditions and risk management measures are
in place preventing exposure to workers and release to the environment.



Chemical identity



 Chemical name (IUPAC)             2,2,6,6-Tetramethylpiperidin-4-amine
 CAS number                        36768-62-4
 EC number                         253-197-2
 Molecular formula                 C9H20N2




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Structure




Synonyms                       2,2,6,6-Tetramethyl-4-piperidylamine;
                               2,2,6,6-Tetramethyl-4-aminopiperidine;
                               2,2,6,6-Tetramethyl-4-piperidinamine;
                               4-Amino-2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidine;
                               Triacetonediamine;



Uses and application
TAD is used as an intermediate for the production of other chemicals in the
chemical industry. It is mainly used as a precursor for highly efficient light
stabilizers.



Physical/chemical properties
TAD is a colourless liquid with a characteristic odor at standard temperature
and pressure. The density is 0.91 g/cm³ which is lower than that of water.
TAD does not react with water or oxygen. It is not classified as flammable
and it is not classified as an oxidizer or an explosive substance. The
substance will self-ignite at 300 °C.




  Property                         Value
  Form(s)                          liquid
  Physical state                   liquid
  Color                            colorless
  Odor                             amine-like
  Density                          0.91 g/cm3 (25 °C)
  Melting/boiling point            12.0 – 15.0 °C/200.6 °C (1013 hPa)
  Explosive properties             not explosive
  Self-ignition temperature        300 °C
  Vapor pressure                   0.35 hPa (20 °C)
  Molecular weight                 156.26 g/mol
  Water solubility                 completely soluble in water
  Flash point                      76.5 °C (1013 hPa)
  Octanol-water partition          log Pow: 0.94
  coefficient




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Health effects
TAD is harmful following a single oral exposure. The substance causes
severe skin burns and serious eye damage. TAD showed no mutagenic
effects in bacteria with or without metabolic activation.


 Effect Assessment                    Result


 Acute toxicity (oral)                harmful if swallowed
 Irritation/corrosion (skin, eye)     corrosive to the skin and to the eyes
 Genotoxicity/mutagenicity            not mutagenic in bacteria



Environmental effects
Based on available data for the substance, TAD is harmful to aquatic
organisms with long lasting effects. The product is not readily biodegradable
and it has no potential to bioaccumulate.




 Effect Assessment                  Result
 Aquatic toxicity                   harmful to aquatic organism


 Fate and Behavior                  Result
 Biodegradation                     not readily biodegradable
 Bioaccumulation potential          no bioaccumulation expected
 PBT/vPvB conclusion                not considered to be either PBT or vPvB




Exposure

Human health
TAD is used as an intermediate in the chemical industry in closed systems
under strictly controlled conditions.
Worker exposure to this chemical in the manufacturing facilities is low
because the process, storage and handling operations are enclosed. Specific
operational conditions and risk management measures assure limited
workplace exposures. These practices include handling with good ventilation.
When containers and tanks are cleaned, residues are disposed of as
hazardous waste. All workers are trained in the safety measures of handling
the substance including using personal protective equipment.
Consumers will not come in contact with TAD.

Environment
TAD is manufactured and used in the chemical industry in closed systems
and therefore no release to the environment is expected. Direct use by
consumers is not intended.




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Risk management recommendations
TAD is transferred and handled in closed systems. Apparatus and pipelines
are free from leaks. There is no ventilation to atmosphere. The emissions are
minimized by appropriate technical measures.

All personal protective measures (respiratory protection, hand protection, eye
protection, skin and body protection) are strictly observed. All work is done
by regularly trained personnel.
The requirements for disposal are strictly monitored.



State agency review


•     Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation,
      Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH)

•     EU REACH registration number: 01-2119457011-53-0000
•     EU-GHS Regulation (EU) No. 1272/2008



Regulatory information/classification and labelling



    GHS-
    GHS-Labeling



    Statutory basis              GHS as per Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008


    Symbol(s)




    Signal word(s)               Danger

    Hazard statement(s)          H290 - May be corrosive to metals.
                                 H302 - Harmful if swallowed.
                                 H314 - Causes severe skin burns and eye
                                 damage.
                                 H318 - Causes serious eye damage.
                                 H412 - Harmful to aquatic life with long
                                 lasting effects.




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  Precautionary statement(s)            P273 - Avoid release to the environment.
                                        P281 - Use personal protective equipment
                                        as required.
                                        P303 + P361 + P353 - IF ON SKIN (or
                                        hair): Remove/Take off immediately all
                                        contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with
                                        water/shower.
                                        P305 + P351 + P338 - IF IN EYES: Rinse
                                        cautiously with water for several minutes.
                                        Remove contact lenses, if present and
                                        easy to do. Continue rinsing.
                                        P309+P311 - IF exposed or if you feel
                                        unwell: Call a POISON CENTER or
                                        doctor/physician.
                                        P390 - Absorb spillage to prevent
                                        material damage.




Glossary
Acute toxicity     harmful effects after a single exposure
Biodegradable      breakdown of materials by a physiological environment
Bioaccumulation    accumulation of substances in the environment
Carcinogenicity    effects causing cancer
Chronic toxicity   harmful effects after repeated exposures
GHS                Global Harmonized System on Classification and Labelling of Chemicals
Mutagenicity       effects that change genes
PBT                Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic
REACH              Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals
Reprotoxicity      combining teratogenicity, embryo toxicity and harmful effects on fertility
Sensitising        allergenic
Teratogenic        effects on fetal morphology


                           company
Contact information within company


EU
Email address sds-info@evonik.com
Emergency Telephone number +49 (0)2365 49-2232 (Fire Brigade, Infracor GmbH)
Emergency Telefax number +49 (0)2365 49-4423 (Fire Brigade, Infracor GmbH)


USA


Email address product.regulatory.services@evonik.com
Emergency Telephone number 800 424-9300 (CHEMTREC)




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This GPS Safety Summary is based on Evonik´s present knowledge and experience as of the date of issue. However, it implies no
liability or other legal responsibility on the part of Evonik, including with regards to existing third party intellectual property rights,
especially patent rights. In no event shall Evonik be responsible for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or
reliance upon the information herein or the chemical to which that information refers. In particular, no warranty, whether express
or implied, or guarantee in the legal sense is intended or implied by Evonik.
This GPS Safety Summary is only intended to provide general information about the chemical referred to herein but not any in-
depth health and safety information. The information in this GPS Safety Summary is supplied on the condition that the persons
receiving the same will make their own determination as to its suitability for their purposes prior to use. This GPS Safety Summary
does not supersede or replace required regulatory and/or legal communication documents.


Performance of the chemical described herein should be verified by testing which should be carried out only by qualified experts.


Evonik reserves the right to make any changes to this GPS Safety Summary in accordance with technological progress or further
developments. Reference to trade names used by other companies is neither a recommendation, nor does it imply, that similar
products could not be used.
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