Multichem Limited Flip Chart Marker Ink Safety Data Sheet

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Multichem Limited Flip Chart Marker Ink
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Safety Data Sheet
(Prepared according to 91/155/EEC) Emergency Telephone Number (24Hrs) +44 7887 612787
1.0 1.1 1.2 Identification of the Substance / Preparation and of the company / undertaking Product Name Intended use Supplier/Manufacturer Address 24Hr Emergency Tel: Daytime Tel: Fax Number e-mail Hazards Identification Flip Chart Marker Ink (Black) Marking ink for use in writing instruments. Multichem Limited Tyne Mills Industrial Estate Hexham Northumberland England +44 7887 612787 +44 1434 606 085 +44 1434 601 804 mail@multichem.net

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This preparation may be hazardous under 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC regulations as amended. This preparation requires a safety data sheet in accordance with 91/155/EC as 2.1 Preparation Classification amended. Additional information relating to health and environmental hazards can be found in Sections 11 and 12 of this safety data sheet. 2.2 Danger Symbols: Xi 2.3 Phrases –R– R43 2.4 Danger Identification MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT 3.0 Composition / Information On Ingredients Contains: EINECS CAS Conc’n % Symbols R-phrases Water 70 to 80% Glycerine 200-289-5 56-81-5 Up to 20% Dyestuffs various various < 10% Xn R42/43 Additives, surfactants various various <1% Xi R22, R36 Note: The complete text of risk –R- phrases can be found in Section 15 and 16 4.0 First Aid Measures Remove any contaminated clothing. Wash with soap and flowing water for 15 4.1 Skin Contact minutes. If irritation occurs consult a physician. Irrigate with a suitable eye solution or water for ten minutes - obtain medical 4.2 Eye Contact attention. 4.3 Inhalation Remove from exposure - in severe cases obtain medical attention. Give plenty to drink if ingestion is suspected. DO NOT induce vomiting and 4.4 Ingestion consult a physician. 5.0 Fire-Fighting Measures 5.1 Hazard None. 5.1 Extinguishing Media As appropriate for the surrounding area. 5.2 Media to avoid Oxidising agents. Carbon Monoxide (CO) can form with incomplete combustion. Some oxides of Hazardous Combustion 5.3 nitrogen (NOX) and sulphur (SOX) could be formed. Complete combustion will Products yield primarily carbon dioxide (CO2) and water. Fire fighters should wear proper protective equipment and self-contained 5.4 Protective Equipment breathing apparatus with full face-piece, appropriate for the surrounding area.
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Accidental Release Measures Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Wear suitable protective clothing, glove and Personal Precautions eye protection. Prevent contamination of soil and water. Prevent from spreading or entering Environmental Precautions into drains, ditches or rivers by using sand, earth, or other appropriate barriers. Absorb or contain liquid with sand, earth or spill control material. Collect and place in a labelled, sealable container for subsequent safe disposal. Put Method of Clean Up leaking containers in a labelled drum. Flush contaminated area with plenty of water. Retain washings as contaminated waste. Refer to Sections 8.0 and 13.0 for additional information on exposure and disposal. Handling and Storage Product is not intended nor should be allowed to maintain prolonged skin Handling contact. Avoid contact with eyes, skin and clothing, avoid ingestion and inhalation. Keep away from direct sunlight and other sources of heat Keep container Storage tightly closed and in a well-ventilated place. Keep away from oxidising agents. Store at normal room temperature – avoid storage above 40°C or below 5°C. Do not empty into drains. Multichem advise that their inks be stored for at least Product Transfer 24 hours at around 25°C and then agitated prior to assembly into markers or pen products. Shelf Life 12 months from receipt. Exposure Controls / Personal Protection Exposure Limit Values Personal Protection Respiratory Protection Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Avoid inhalation. Hand Protection Protective nitrile or butyl rubber gloves. Eye Protection Safety goggles or face shield. Skin Protection Overalls. Additional Keep away from children. Environmental Exposure See Section 12 for detailed information. Physical and Chemical Properties Odour Mild. Appearance Coloured liquid. Volatility Approx 80% volatility. pH 3.0 to 9.0 Boiling Point / Range >100°C Flash Point Auto-ignition Explosive Properties This preparation is not considered explosive. Explosive Limits : None Vapour Pressure Relative Density 1.08 to 1.15 g/cm3 (water = 1.0) Solubility Water soluble Viscosity 1 – 7 cP Stability and Reactivity Conditions to Avoid Considered a stable product. Materials to Avoid Oxidising agents. May give of irritant / toxic fumes if involved in a fire. Primarily forms oxides of Hazardous Decomposition carbon during combustion. Toxicological Information Acute Effects Vapour inhalation Skin May cause sensitisation. Eyes Lacrimation, redness, pain, blurred vision. Ingestion Nausea. Target Organ Effects Sensitisation Allergic skin reaction / dermatitis could occur with misuse of this preparation.

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Ecological Information Prevent contamination of soil and water. Prevent from spreading or entering 12.1 Eco toxicity into drains, ditches or rivers by using sand, earth, or other appropriate barriers. Mobile liquid. Contains approx 80% volatile components. Do not allow to 12.2 Mobility contaminate water courses or soils. Non-volatile content is soluble in water. Persistence and 12.3 Degradability 12.4 Bio accumulative Potential This product shows a low bioaccumulation potential. 13.0 Disposal Considerations Dispose of spilled material and containers in accordance with state and local regulations for hazardous or ‘Special’ waste. Consider recycling or incineration. State or local regulations are complex and subject to change so should be consulted by the owner of the waste prior to disposal. 14.0 Transport Information UN No: Proper Shipping Name: ADR, IATA, IMDG Hazard Class Not restricted, not classified as dangerous for carriage. Packing Group 15.0 Regulatory Information 15.1 Hazard Symbols Xi 12.0

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15.1 15.2 15.3 Hazard Symbols -R-phrases R43 -S-Phrases S2 S24 S37 Other information MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN WEAR SUITABLE GLOVES Regulation 67/548/EEC Regulation 91/155/CE Regulation 1999/45/CE Regulation 2001/58/CE Regulation 2001/59/CE Regulation 2001/60/CE 321590 10

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The information contained herein does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as required by other health and safety legislation. The above information is provided in good faith and is based on our present knowledge. It shall not constitute a guarantee for any specific product feature and shall not establish a legally valid contractual arrangement.

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