Safety Data Sheets for Materials

Below is a selection of the complete Safety Data Sheets for uni standard materials. For further information please call us; +45 75 72 31 00.

Material: POM (D, D-I, LF and SLF)

 Hazards identification:

Health hazard - generally No known danger
Health hazard - inhalation Inhalation of vapors can cause irritation to the nose, throat and respiratory tract.
Health hazard - skin Is non-irritating to skin. Contact with molten product should however be avoided.
Health hazard - eyes In normal use, no danger exists. Heating can give vapors that might be irritating on eyes.

 

First-aid measures:

First aid - inhalation Not ordinarily required. Inhale fresh air if necessary.
First aid - skin If contact with molten product occurs, treat as for ordinary burns.
First aid - eyes Flush eyes with water. If irritation remains, get medical attention.
First aid - ingestion Flush mouth and give some water. Get medical attention if a larger quantity has been ingested.

 

Fire-fighting measures:

Fire and explosion hazard If material burns hazardously, vapors may occur.
Preventive measures in case of fire Avoid inhalation of vapor. In a large fire, use protective inhalation equipment to avoid vapors.
Emergency action in case of fire Use water fog, foam, dry chemical or carbondioxid.

 

Material: Polypropylene - PP

Hazards identification:

Health hazard - general This product has been evaluated and does not require any hazard warning on the label under EU.
Health hazard - inhalation No significant irritation expected other than possible mechanical irritation.
Health hazard - skin No significant health hazards identified. Particles or fibers may cause slight discomfort similar to rubbing sand against the skin. Heated material can cause thermal burns.
Health hazard - eyes No significant health hazards identified. Particles or fibers may cause slight discomfort similar to getting dust in the eye.

 

First-aid measures:

First aid - inhalation If adverse effects occur, remove to uncontaminated area. Get medical attention.
First aid - skin Wash exposed skin with soap and water. Get medical attention.
First aid - eyes Flush eyes with plenty of water.
First aid - ingestion If a large amount is swallowed, get medical attention.

 

Fire-fighting measures:

Fire and explosion hazard High dust concentrations have a potential for combustion or explosion.
Preventive measures in case of fire High-voltage static electricity build-up and discharge must be avoided when significant quantities of dust are present.
Emergency action in case of fire Agents approved for Class A hazards (e.g. foam, steam) or water fog.

 

Material: Polyethylene - PE

Hazards identification:

Health hazard - general This product is not a hazardous material according to EEC Directive 67/548

 

First-aid measures:

First aid - inhalation Remove from further exposure. If respiratory irritation, dizziness, nausea, or unconsciousness occurs, seek immediate medical assistance and call a physician. If breathing has stopped, use mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.
First aid - skin If burned by contact with hot material, cool molten material adhering to skin as quickly as possible with water, and see a physician for removal of adhering material and treatment of burns.
First aid - eyes Flush thoroughly with water. If irritation occurs, call medical assistance.
First aid - ingestion Not expected to be a problem when ingested. If uncomfortable seek medical assistance.

 

Fire-fighting measures:

Extinguishing media CO2, dry chemicals and water fog, foam

 

 

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