Potassium tetrafluoroborate Registration number (ECHA) Classification categories / hazard indications Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised For the text of R-phrases/H-phrases and classification abbreviations Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture: IDENTIFICATION OF THE POSSIBLE HAZARDS
Classification of the substance or mixture SU10 – Formulation [mixing] of preparations and/or repackaging Classification pursuant to Regulations (EC) 1272/2008 (CLP): SU15 – Manufacture of metallic products, with the exception of PC38 – Welding products (with flux coatings or flux fillings) and Labelling pursuant to Regulations (EC) 1272/2008 (CLP): PROC 5 – Mixing in batch processes for the formulation of preparations and articles (multiple phases and/or significant Labelling pursuant to Directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC PROC14 – Production of preparations or articles using tabletting, PROC23 – Open processes and transfer operations with minerals or metals at high temperatures PROC25 – Other hot work operations with metals ERC 5 – Industrial use resulting in inclusion into or onto a matrix Currently there is no information regarding this. 26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of 35 This material and its container must be disposed of in a safe The mixture does not contain any vPvB substance (vPvB = very The mixture does not contain any PBT substance (PBT = COMPOSITION AND INFORMATION ABOUT THE
If contact with the hot product occurs: risk of burns FIRST AID
Take the person into the fresh air and, depending on the Classification categories / hazard indications SAFETY DATA SHEET
In the case of discomfort: a medical examination is necessary, as Prevent surface and ground-water infiltration, as well as ground Methods and material for containment and cleaning up If contact with the hot product occurs: Wash with cold water. Do Collect using mechanic means and dispose according to section not try to remove the product after hardened If contact with the hot product occurs: Wash thoroughly for several minutes using abundant water. Seek medical help if necessary. See section 8 for personal protection equipment. See section 13 for disposal instructions. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Drink abundant water and seek medical help immediately. Apart from the information included in this section, sections 8 and 6.1 Main symptoms and effects, acute and delayed Dangerous gases / vapours are released in the manufacture stage of the product. Fluorhydric acid may be released. The workplace or the manufacturing machines must be In case fumes are released: pulmonary edema, irritation of Connect local air extraction system during the manufacture Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment Eating, drinking, smoking, as well as food-storage is prohibited in The exposed workers must be submitted to medical In case of bronchial irritation – antitussives. Ingestion: Follow the label indications and the instruction manual. Dilute a calcium effervescent tablet in water and drink The instructions given by the company must be followed at all General hygiene and precaution measures must be taken when MEASURES TO FIGHT AGAINST FIRE
Wash hands before breaks and at end of work. Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs. Depending on the type and size of the fire. Eventually, Before entering areas where food is eaten, remove contaminated Safe storage conditions, including possible incompatibilities: The product must be stored in its original packaging and closed. The product must not be stored in walkways and stairs. Specific exposure hazards arising from the substance or mixture: In case of fire the following may appear: smoke, copper oxides, zinc oxide, hydrogen fluoride, fluorides, poisonous vapours, CONTROL OF EXPOSURE / INDIVIDUAL PROTECTION
Recommendations for fire-fighting staff: In case of fire and/or explosion, do not inhale the fumes. Chemical name
Breathing apparatus, regardless of the local atmosphere. Dispose of contaminated extinction water according to official Chemical name
BMGV: 8 mg/l (Fluorides in urine, End of work) Personal precautions, protection equipment and emergency procedures Chemical name
BMGV: 8 mg/l (Fluorides in urine, end of work) Do not allow product to reach sewage system. SAFETY DATA SHEET
Additional information on hand protection – No tests have been Chemical name
The mixture selection has been performed according to the best knowledge and information available about the contents. The substance selection has been performed according to the WEL-ED = Occupational Exposure Limit – Daily exposure | WEL-EC = The final glove material selection must be made taking the Occupational Exposure Limit – Short term exposure | BMGV = Biological breakthrough times, permeation rates and degradation into monitoring guidance value | Other information: Sen = sensitizing effects. Dermal exposure = may be absorbed through the skin absorber. C1/C2 Selection of suitable gloves depends not only on the material but = first or second level carcinogenic substance. M1 = Substance also on other quality characteristics and varies from mutagenic for humans, M2 = Substance that may considered to be mutagenic for humans. TR1 = Substance harmful for the fertility of In the case of mixtures, the resistance of glove materials cannot human beings or toxic for human development, TR2 = Substance that be calculated in advance, so it has to be checked before use. may and must be considered harmful for the fertility of human beings or toxic for human development. The exact breakthrough time of the glove material must be requested from the protective glove manufacturer and properly ** = The exposure limit for this substance was cancelled pursuant to the TRGS 900 (Germany) of January 2006 with the aim of revising it. Ensure good ventilation. This can be achieved by local suction or PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
general air extraction or general ventilation. If this is insufficient Information about basic physical and chemical conditions to maintain the concentration under the occupational exposure maximum levels (WEL, AGW) suitable breathing protection Only applicable if maximum permissible exposures values are Individual protection measures, such as personal protection equipment: General hygiene and precaution measures must be taken when Wash hands before breaks and at end of work. Keep away from food, drink and animal feedingstuffs. Before entering areas where food is eaten, remove contaminated clothes and protection equipment. During manufacture activities: tight fitting protective goggles with During manufacture activities: Leather gloves Use protective clothing when working (such as safety shoes NE ISO 20345, or long sleeved protection clothing.
Additional information
During manufacture activities: filter B E P3 EN 14387 The time limitations for the use of the breathing apparatus must If applicable, they are mentioned in the section of individual 10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
protection measures (eye/face protection, skin or breathing SAFETY DATA SHEET
Avoid contact with highly oxidizing substances. 11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
The product has not been submitted to any test. Classification according to a calculation process 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Fluorides must be precipitated and removed using laitance Borates must be precipitated and removed using laitance 13. CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING ITS ELIMINATION
For substances/mixtures/residual material The waste codes can be considered recommendations based on the scheduled use of this product. However, according to the SAFETY DATA SHEET
user's specific conditions for use and disposal, other waste codes may be eventually applied (2001/118/CE, 2001/119/CE, It is not a dangerous product pursuant to the abovementioned 12 01 04 Non-ferrous metal dust and particles 15. INFORMATION REGARDING THE REGULATION
Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the The requirements of the competent authorities must be taken into See section 2 for classification and labelling. Restrictions to be taken into account: yes Law on youth employment legal protection (German regulation) Instructions for use of material must be supplied. The rules of the local authorities must be complied with. 16. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
These details refer to the product as it is delivered. The following phrases represent the R-phrases and H-phrases included herein and the classification abbreviations (GHS/CLP) of the contents n.a. = n.u. = not applicable /n.v., k.D.v. = n.d. = not available /n.g. = n.e. WEL = Workplace Exposure Limit (-ED = Daily exposure, -EC = Short term exposure), BMGV = Biological monitoring guidance value AGW = “arbeitsplatzgrenzwert” (Germany) / BGW = “Biologischer VbF = Rules about flammable liquids (Austria) VOC = Volatile organic compounds (compuestos orgánicos volátiles ATE = Acute Toxicity Estimates – ATE (estimaciones de la toxicidad aguda – ETA) pursuant to Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 (CLP) The statements made here should describe the product with regard to the necessary safety precautions - they are not meant to guarantee specific properties and they are based on our current up-to-date Unless otherwise specified, the general measures to guarantee a safe transport shall be taken into account. Bulk transport according to Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 Convention and Safety data sheet according to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex II It is not a dangerous product pursuant to the abovementioned


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