1 Product Information Sheet Divosan Activ VT5 Page 1 of 13 DIVOSAN ACTIV VT5 Disinfectant based on 5% peracetic acid The information contained in this document bulletin is to our best knowledge, true and accurate, but all recommendations or suggestions are made without guarantee, since the conditions of use are beyond our control. The supplier disclaims any liability incurred in connection with the use of these data or suggestions. Description Divosan Activ is a highly effective oxidising disinfectant based on Peracetic acid for use in the food, beverage and dairy industries Key properties Divosan Activ is a stabilised peracetic acid solution (5%) which is non-foaming and completely free-rinsing. It is a highly effective disinfectant against all types of microorganisms including bacteria, yeasts, fungi, spores and viruses. Divosan Activ is specifically formulated as a terminal disinfectant for use in automated CIP systems. It also has excellent deodorising and stain removal properties. Divosan Activ is recommended for automatic injection using suitable CIP dosing equipment. Benefits Versatile and effective CIP disinfectant, can be used in breweries, dairies, soft drinks plants and throughout the processed food industry. Powerful oxidising action also assists stain removal and deodorises Free-rinsing and non-tainting ensures safe for all food applications Low environmental impact, breaks down to materials that are innocuous for waste water Treatment. Suitable for use in soft or hard water Use instructions Use Divosan Activ at concentrations between 0.1-4% w/w ( % v/v) depending on application. Always rinse thoroughly after use. For specific details, please refer to individual method cards. Technical data Appearance: Clear, colourless liquid Relative Density at 20 o C: 1.11 ph (1% solution at 20 o C): 3.1 Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD): None Nitrogen Content (N): None Phosphorous Content (P): 0.1 g/kg The above data is typical of normal production and should not be taken as a specification. Safe handling and storage information Store in original closed containers or (where applicable) in approved bulk tank, away from sunlight and extremes of temperature. Full guidance on the handling and disposal of this product is provided in a separate Material Safety Data Sheet.
2 Page 2 of 13 Product compatibility Divosan Activ when applied at the recommended concentration and temperature is suitable for use on the grades of stainless steel commonly found in the processed food industry. It is unsuitable for use on cuprous materials and on soft metals such as aluminium. Always rinse surfaces after use (within 1 hour). Test method Reagents: Procedure: 0.1N Potassium permanganate 0.1N Sodium thiosulphate Potassium iodide (10%) Sulphuric acid (25%) Starch indicator solution (1%) Add 20ml of sulphuric acid solution to 50 ml of test solution. Add potassium permanganate solution, a few drops at a time, until there is a permanent pink colour. Then add 5ml potassium iodide solution and 2 ml starch indicator and titrate with sodium thiosulphate until colourless. Calculation: % w/w Divosan Activ = titre (ml) x 0.15 ppm peracetic acid (PAA) = titre (ml) x 76 Microbiological data EN 1276: passed at 0.1% dilution in hard water (300ppm as CaCO3), low soil (0.03% bovine albumin) and 5 minutes contact time. EN 1650 (yeast): passed at 0.35% dilution in hard water (300ppm as CaCO3), low soil (0.03% bovine albumin) and 15 mins contact time. EN 1650 (Aspergillus): passed at 4% dilution in hard water (300ppm as CaCO3), low soil (0.03% bovine albumin) and 15 minutes contact time. Available pack sizes Article code Pack size L L L
3 DIVOSAN ACTIV VT5 SAFETY DATA SHEET According to Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 Divosan Activ VT5 Page 3 of IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE / PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY / UNDERTAKING Product Name: DIVOSAN ACVIT VT5 Product Code: MDS3648 Supplier: Hugh Crane (Cleaning Equipment) Ltd. South Walsham Road, Acle, Norwich, NR13 3ES Tel (01493) Fax (01493) Relevant Identified Uses Of The Substance Or Mixture And Uses Advised Against Identified uses: For professional and industrial use only. AISE-P801 Food process cleaner. Cleaning in Place (CIP) Process. Disinfectant for closed processing systems (AISE_CS_I01 & AISE_CS_I02). Soaking bath. Manual process (AISE_CS_I01 & AISE_CS_I10) Spray application (AISE_CS_I01 & AISE_CS_I03) Uses advised against: Uses other than those identified are not recommended. Emergency Tel No.: For medical or environmental emergency only: call HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Classification Of The Substance Or Mixture The product has been classified and labelled in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008. Ox. Liq. 2 (H272) Skin Corr. 1A (H314) STOT SE 3 (H335) Classification In Accordance With Directive 1999/45/Ec And Corresponding National Legislation Indication of danger: C - Corrosive O - Oxidising Risk phrases: R 7 - May cause fire. R22 - Harmful if swallowed. R34 - Causes burns. R37 - Irritating to respiratory system. Label Elements Signal word: Danger Contains hydrogen peroxide (), peracetic acid (). Hazard statements: H272 May intensify fire; oxidiser. H314 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. H335 May cause respiratory irritation. Precautionary statements: P210 Keep away from heat. P221 Take any precaution to avoid mixing with combustibles. P260 Do not breathe vapours. P280 Wear protective gloves, protective clothing and eye or face protection. P303 + P361 + P353 - IF ON SKIN (or hair): Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water or 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. P310 Immediately call a POISON CENTRE, doctor or physician. Other hazards: No other hazards known. The product does not meet the criteria for PBT or vpvb in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex XIII.
4 Page 4 of COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS Mixtures Ingredients EC No. CAS No. REACH No. Classification Classification EC 1272/2008 Notes Hydrogen Peroxide R5 0 R8 Xn R20/22 C R R10 C R O R7 R10 Xn R20/21/22 C R35 N R50 Ox. Liq. 1 (H271) Skin Corr. 1A (H314) Acute Tox. 4 (H302) Acute Tox. 4 (H332) STOT SE 3 (H335) Aquatic Chronic 3 (H412) Skin Corr. 1A (H314) Flam. Liq. 3 (H226) Org. Perox. D (H242) Flam. Liq. 3 (H226) Skin Corr. 1A (H314) Acute Tox. 4 (H302) Acute Tox. 4 (H312) Acute Tox. 4 (H332) STOT SE 3 (H335) Aquatic Acute 1 (H400) * Polymer. For the full text of the R, H and EUH phrases mentioned in this Section, see Section 16. Workplace exposure limit(s), if available, are listed in subsection 8.1.  Exempted: ionic mixture. See Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Annex V, paragraph 3 and 4. This salt is potentially present, based on calculation, and included for classification and labelling purposes only. Each starting material of the ionic mixture is registered, as required.  Exempted: included in Annex IV of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.  Exempted: Annex V of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006.  Exempted: polymer. See Article 2(9) of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. Weight % FIRST AID MEASURES Description Of First Aid Measures General Information: Symptoms of intoxication may even occur after several hours. It is recommended to continue medical observation for at least 48 hours after the incident. If breathing is irregular or stopped, administer artificial respiration. Inhalation: Call a POISON CENTRE, doctor or physician if you feel unwell. Skin contact: Rinse immediately contaminated clothing and skin with plenty of water before removing clothes. Wash skin with plenty of lukewarm, gently flowing water for at least 30 minutes. Take off immediately all contaminated clothing and wash it before re-use. Immediately call a POISON CENTRE, doctor or physician. Eye contact: Immediately rinse eyes cautiously with lukewarm water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses,if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. Immediately call a POISON CENTRE, doctor or physician. Ingestion: Rinse mouth. Immediately drink 1 glass of water. Do NOT induce vomiting. Keep at rest. Immediately call a POISON CENTRE, doctor or physician. Self-protection of first aider: Consider personal protective equipment as indicated in subsection 8.2. Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed Inhalation: May cause respiratory irritation. Skin contact: Causes severe burns. Eye contact: Causes severe or permanent damage. Ingestion: Ingestion will lead to a strong caustic effect on mouth and throat and to the danger of perforation of oesophagus and stomach. Indication Of Any Immediate Medical Attention And Special Treatment Needed No information available on clinical testing and medical monitoring. Specific toxicological information on substances, if available, can be found in section FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Extinguishing media: Carbon dioxide. Dry powder. Water spray jet. Fight larger fires with water spray jet or alcoholresistant foam. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture: No special hazards known. Advice for firefighters: As in any fire, wear self contained breathing apparatus and suitable protective clothing including gloves and eye/face protection
5 Page 5 of ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Personal precautions, protective Ensure adequate ventilation. Do not breathe dust or vapour. Wear suitable protective clothing, Eqpt & emergency procedures: gloves and eye/face protection. Environmental precautions: Do not allow to enter drainage system, surface or ground water. Dilute with plenty of water. Methods and material for Absorb onto dry sand or similar inert material. Do not use fabric, sawdust, paper or other containment and cleaning up: inflammable materials (danger of spontaneous combustion). Ensure adequate ventilation. Reference to other sections: For personal protective equipment see Section 8. For disposal considerations see section HANDLING & STORAGE Precautions For Safe Handling Measures to Prevent Fire & Explosion: No special precautions required. Measures Required to Protect The Environment: For environmental exposure controls see section 8. Advice On General Occupational Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Keep away from food, Hygiene: drink and animal feeding stuffs. Do not mix with other products unless advised by Sealed Air. Wash hands before breaks and at the end of workday. Wash face, hands and any exposed skin thoroughly after handling. Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Use personal protective equipment as required. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Do not breathe vapours. Use only with adequate ventilation. Conditions For Safe Storage, Store in accordance with local and national regulations. Keep only in original container. Including Any Incompatibilities: Store in a closed container. For conditions to avoid and incompatible materials see Section 10. Specific end use(s): No specific advice for end use available. 8. EXPOSURE CONTROL / PERSONAL PROTECTION Control parameters Workplace exposure limits Air limit values, if available: Ingredient(s) UK - Long term value(s) UK - Short term value(s) 1 ppm 1.4 mg/m 3 2 ppm 2.8 mg/m 3 Biological limit values, if available: Recommended monitoring procedures, if available: Additional exposure limits under the conditions of use, if available: DNEL/DMEL and PNEC values Human exposure DNEL oral exposure - Consumer (mg/kg bw) Ingredient(s) Short term Short term Systemic effects Systemic effects Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid DNEL dermal exposure - Worker Ingredient(s) Short term Short term Systemic effects (mg/kg bw) Systemic effects (mg/kg bw) Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid DNEL dermal exposure - Consumer Ingredient(s) Short term Short term Systemic effects (mg/kg bw) Systemic effects (mg/kg bw) Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid DNEL inhalatory exposure - Worker (mg/m 3 ) Ingredient(s) Short term Short term Systemic effect Systemic effects Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid
6 DNEL inhalatory exposure - Consumer (mg/m3) Ingredient(s) Short term Divosan Activ VT5 Page 6 of 13 Short term Systemic effects Systemic effects Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid Environmental exposure Environmental exposure PNEC Ingredient(s) Surface water, fresh (mg/l) Surface water, marine (mg/l) Intermittent (mg/l) Sewage treatment plant (mg/l) Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid Environmental exposure - PNEC, continued Ingredient(s) Sediment, freshwater Sediment, marine Soil (mg/kg)) Air (mg/m 3 ) (mg/kg) (mg/kg) Hydrogen peroxide Acetic acid Peracetic acid Exposure Controls The following information applies for the uses indicated in subsection 1.2. If available, please refer to the product information sheet for application and handling instructions. Normal use conditions are assumed for this section. Recommended safety measures for handling the undiluted product: Covering activities such as filling and transfer of product to application equipment, flasks or buckets. Appropriate engineering controls: Appropriate organisational controls: Personal Protective Equipment Eye / face protection: Hand protection: Body protection: Respiratory protection: If the product is diluted by using specific dosing systems with no risk of splashes or direct skin contact, the personal protection equipment as described in this section is not required. Avoid direct contact and/or splashes where possible. Train personnel. Safety glasses or goggles (EN 166). The use of a full-face shield or other full-face protection is strongly recommended when handling open containers or if splashes may occur. Chemical-resistant protective gloves (EN 374). Verify instructions regarding permeability and breakthrough time, as provided by the gloves supplier. Consider specific local use conditions, such as risk of splashes, cuts, contact time and temperature. Suggested gloves for prolonged contact: Material: butyl rubber Penetration time: >= 480 min Material thickness: >= 0.7 mm Suggested gloves for protection against splashes: Material: nitrile rubber Penetration time: >= 30 min Material thickness: >= 0.4 mm In consultation with the supplier of protective gloves a different type providing similar protection may be chosen Wear chemical-resistant clothing and boots in case direct dermal exposure and/or splashes may occur. Respiratory protection is not normally required However, inhalation of vapour, spray, gas or aerosols should be avoided Environmental exposure controls: Should not reach sewage water or drainage ditch undiluted or unneutralised. Recommended safety measures for handling the diluted product: Recommended maximum concentration (%): 4 Appropriate engineering controls: Ensure that ventilation is present with an exposure reduction efficacy of at least 90%. Appropriate organisational controls: No special requirements under normal use conditions. Personal Protective Equipment Eye / face protection: No special requirements under normal use conditions. Hand protection: No special requirements under normal use conditions Body protection: No special requirements under normal use conditions. Respiratory protection: No special requirements under normal use conditions Environmental exposure controls: No special requirements under normal use conditions.
7 Page 7 of PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Information On Basic Physical And Chemical Properties Information in this section refers to the product unless it is specifically stated that substance data is listed. Physical State: Liquid Colour: Clear, colourless Odour: Product specific Odour Threshold: Not applicable ph: = <2 (neat) Melting/Freezing Point(ºC): Not determined. Initial Boiling point/range ( C): Not determined Substance Data, Boiling Point Ingredient(s) Value (ºC) Method Atmospheric Pressure (hpa) Hydrogen peroxide Method not given Acetic acid 103 Method not given Peracetic acid Flash point ( C): 61 Sustained Combustion: Not determined Evaporation Rate: Not determined Flammability (Solid/Gas): Not determined Upper/Lower Flammability Limit: Not determined. Substance Data, Flammability or Explosive Limits if Available: Ingredient(s) Lower Limit (% Vol) Upper Limit (% Vol) Acetic acid 4 17 Vapour Pressure: Not determined Substance Data, Vapour Pressure Ingredient(s) Value (Pa) Method Temperature (ºC) Hydrogen peroxide 214 Method not given 20 Acetic acid 1500 Method not given 20 Peracetic acid Vapour Density: Not determined Relative Density: 1.11 g/cm 3 (20ºC) Solubility in / Miscibility with Water: Fully miscible Substance Data, Solubility in Water Ingredient(s) Value (g/l) Method Temperature (ºC) Hydrogen peroxide 1000 Method not given 20 Acetic acid Soluble Method not given Peracetic acid Substance Data, Partition Co-efficient n-octanol/water (log/kow): See section 12.3 Autoignition Temperature: Not determined. Decomposition Temperature: Not determined. Viscosity: Not determined. Explosive properties: Not explosive. Oxidising properties: May intensify fire; oxidiser. Weight of evidence. Other information Surface Tension (N/m): Not determined. Corrosion to Metals (According to IMDG/ADR Regulations): Not corrosive. Substance Data, Dissociation Constant, if available: 10. STABILITY & REACTIVITY Reactivity: No reactivity hazards known under normal storage and use conditions. Chemical stability: Stable under normal storage and use conditions. Possibility of hazardous reactions: No hazardous reactions known under normal storage and use conditions. Conditions to avoid: Keep away from heat and direct sunlight. To avoid thermal decomposition, do not overheat. Keep at temperature not exceeding 35ºC. Keep container in a well ventilated place. Keep in a cool place. Incompatible materials: Take any precaution to avoid mixing with combustibles. Reacts with alkali. Keep away from products containing chlorine-based bleaching agents or sulphites. Hazardous decomposition products: Oxygen.
8 Page 8 of TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION Information On Toxicological Effects Mixture Data Relevant Calculated ATE(s): ATE Oral (mg/kg): >2000 ATE Dermal (mg/kg): >2000 ATE Inhalatory, vapours (mg/l): >20 Acute Oral Toxicity Value (mg/kg): 2086 Substance data, where relevant and available, are listed below. Acute toxicity Acute oral toxicity Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/kg) Species Method Exposure time (h) LD Rat LD Rat Method not given LD Rat Method not given Acute dermal toxicity Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/kg) Species Method Exposure time (h) LD50 > 2000 Rabbit Substance was tested at 35% aqueous solution Acute inhalative toxicity Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time (h) LC50 No mortality observed Rat Method not given 4 LC50 >40 Rat Weight of evidence 4 Irritation and corrosivity Skin irritation and corrosivity Ingredient(s) Result Species Method Exposure time (h) Corrosive Rabbit Method not given Corrosive Rabbit OECD 404 (EU B.4) Corrosive Rabbit OECD 404 (EU B.4) Eye irritation and corrosivity Ingredient(s) Result Species Method Exposure time (h) Corrosive Rabbit Method not given Severe Damage Rabbit OECD 405 (EU B.5) Corrosive Rabbit Method not given Respiratory tract irritation and corrosivity Ingredient(s) Result Species Method Exposure time (h) Irritating to respiratory tract. Method not given Irritating to respiratory tract. Rat Method not given Sensitisation Sensitisation by skin contact Ingredient(s) Result Species Method Exposure time (h) Not sensitising Guinea Pig Method not given Not sensitising Method not given Not sensitising Guinea Pig Method not given Sensitisation by inhalation Ingredient(s) Result Species Method Exposure time (h)
9 Page 9 of 13 CMR effects (carcinogenicity, mutagenicity and toxicity for reproduction) Mutagenicity Ingredient(s) Result (in vitro) Method (in vitro) Result (in vivo) Method (in vivo) Hydrogen No evidence for mutagenicity. OECD 471 No evidence of genotoxicity, Method not given Peroxide (EU B.12/13) negative test results No evidence for mutagenicity, OECD 471 negative test results (EU B.12/13) Carcinogenicity Ingredient(s) No evidence for mutagenicity, negative test results OECD 471 (EU B.12/13) No evidence of genotoxicity, negative test results Effect No evidence for carcinogenicity, negative test results No evidence for carcinogenicity, negative test results No evidence for carcinogenicity, negative test results Method not given Toxicity for reproduction Ingredient(s) End point Specific effect Value (mg/kg bw/d) Species Method Exposure time Remarks and other effects reported No evidence for reproductive toxicity No evidence for reproductive toxicity 200 Rat Not known Repeated dose toxicity Sub-acute or sub-chronic oral toxicity Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/kg bw/d) Species Method Exposure time (days) NOAEL 100 Mouse Method not given 90 NOAEL 1800 Rat Method not given 14 Specific effects & organs affected Sub-chronic dermal toxicity Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/kg bw/d) Species Method Exposure time (days) Specific effects & organs affected Sub-chronic inhalation toxicity Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/kg bw/d) Species Method Exposure time (days) NOAEL Mouse Method not Given 28 Specific effects & organs affected Chronic toxicity Ingredient(s) Exposure route End point Value (mg/kg bw/d) Species Method Exposure time Specific effects & organs affected Remark STOT - Single Exposure Ingredient(s) Affected organ(s) STOT - Repeated Exposure Ingredient(s) Affected organ(s) Aspiration hazard: Substances with an aspiration hazard (H304), if any, are listed in section 3. If relevant, see section 9 for dynamic viscosity and relative density of the product. Potential adverse health effects and symptoms: Effects and symptoms related to the product, if any, are listed in Section 4
10 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION Toxicity No data is available on the mixture. Divosan Activ VT5 Page 10 of 13 Substance data, where relevant and available, are listed below Aquatic short-term toxicity Aquatic short-term toxicity fish Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time (h) LC Pimephales promelas Method not given 96 LC50 75 Lepomis macrochirus Method not given 96 LC50 13 Fish OECD 203, semi static 96 Aquatic short-term toxicity - crustacea Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time (h) EC Daphnia pulex Method not given 48 EC50 95 Daphnia magna Straus Method not given 24 EC Daphnia Magna Straus OECD Aquatic short-term toxicity algae Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time (h) EC Chlorella Vulgaris OECD EC Not Specified Method not given 72 Aquatic short-term toxicity - marine species Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time (days) Impact on sewage plants - toxicity to bacteria Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Inoculum Method Exposure time (h) EC Activated sludge Method not given EC Pseudomonas putida Method not given 0.5 hrs Aquatic long-term toxicity Aquatic long-term toxicity fish Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time NOEC 4.3 Pimephales promelas Method not given 96 hrs Aquatic long-term toxicity - crustacea Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/l) Species Method Exposure time NOEC 1 Daphnia pulex Method not given 48 hrs Aquatic toxicity to other aquatic benthic organisms, including sediment-dwelling organisms, if available: Ingredient(s) Endpoint Value (mg/kg dw sediment) Species Method Exposure time Effects observed Effects observed Effects observed Terrestrial toxicity Terrestrial toxicity - soil invertebrates, including earthworms, if available: Terrestrial toxicity - plants, if available: Terrestrial toxicity - birds, if available: Terrestrial toxicity - beneficial insects, if available: Terrestrial toxicity - soil bacteria, if available:
11 Page 11 of 13 Persistence and degradability Abiotic degradation Abiotic degradation - photodegradation in air, if available: Ingredient(s) Half-life time Method Evaluation Remark 24 hour(s) Method not given OH radical Abiotic degradation - hydrolysis, if available: Abiotic degradation - other processes, if available: Biodegradation Ready biodegradability - aerobic conditions Ingredient(s) Inoculum Analytical method DT 50 Method Evaluation Activated sludge, Specific analysis > 50% in < 1 day(s) Method not given Readily biodegradable aerobe (primary degradation) 95% in 5 day(s) OECD 301D Readily biodegradable Method not given Readily biodegradable Ready biodegradability - anaerobic and marine conditions, if available: Degradation in relevant environmental compartments, if available: Bioaccumulative potential Partition coefficient n-octanol/water (log Kow) Ingredient(s) Value Method Evaluation Remark No bioaccumulation expected Method not given No bioaccumulation expected Not relevant, does not bioaccumulate Bioconcentration factor (BCF) Ingredient(s) Value Method Evaluation Remark 3.16 Method not given No bioaccumulation expected Mobility in soil Adsorption/Desorption to soil or sediment Ingredient(s) Adsorption Desorption coefficient Method Soil/sediment Evaluation Coefficient Log Koc Log Koc des) type 2 Mobile in soil Potential for mobility in soil, soluble in water. Mobile in aqueous environment. Results of PBT and vpvb assessment: Substances that fulfill the criteria for PBT/vPvB, if any, are listed in section 3. Other adverse effects: No other adverse effects known. 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Waste Treatment Methods Waste from residues / unused The concentrated contents or contaminated packaging should be disposed of by a certified Products: handler or according to the site permit. Release of waste to sewers is discouraged. The cleaned packaging material is suitable for energy recovery or recycling in line with local legislation. European Waste Catalogue: * - peroxides, for example hydrogen peroxide. Empty Packaging Recommendation: Dispose of observing national or local regulations. Suitable cleaning agents: Water, if necessary with cleaning agent. 14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION ADR, RID, ADN, IMO/IMDG, ICAO/IATA UN number: 3149 UN proper shipping name: Hydrogen peroxide and peroxyacetic acid mixture, stabilized Transport hazard class(es): Class: 5.1 Label(s): 5.1+8
12 Packing Group: Environmental Hazards Environmentally Hazardous: Marine Pollutant: Special Precautions for User: II No No None known. Transport in bulk according to Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 and the IBC Code: The product is not transported in bulk tankers Other Relevant Information ADR Classification Code: OC1 Tunnel restriction code: E Hazard Identification No.: 58 Divosan Activ VT5 Page 12 of 13 IMO/IMDG EmS: F-H, S-Q The product has been classified, labelled and packaged in accordance with the requirements of ADR and the provisions of the IMDG Code. Transport regulations include special provisions for certain classes of dangerous goods packed in limited quantities. 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture Authorisations or restrictions (Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006, Title VII respectively Title VIII): Not applicable. Chemical Safety Assessment: A chemical safety assessment has not been carried out on the mixture. 16. OTHER INFORMATION The information in this document is based on our best present knowledge. However, it does not constitute a guarantee for any specific product features and does not establish a legally binding contract. MSDS code: MSDS3648 Version 05 Revision: 08 th October 2014 Reason for revision: Overall design adjusted in accordance with Amendment 453/2010, Annex II of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. Classification procedure: The classification of the mixture is in general based on calculation methods using substance data, as required by Regulation (EC) No1272/2008. If for certain classifications data on the mixture is available or for example bridging principles or weight of evidence can be used for classification, this will be indicated in the relevant sections of the Safety Data Sheet. See section 9 for physical chemical properties, section 11 for toxicological information and section 12 for ecological information. Full text of the R, H and EUH H226 Flammable liquid and vapour. phrases mentioned in section 3: H242 Heating may cause a fire. H271 May cause fire or explosion; strong oxidiser. H302 Harmful if swallowed. H312 Harmful in contact with skin. H314 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage. H332 Harmful if inhaled. H335 May cause respiratory irritation. H400 Very toxic to aquatic life. H412 Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. R5 R7 R 8 R10 R20 R21 R22 R35 R37 R50 Heating may cause an explosion. May cause fire. Contact with combustible material may cause fire. Flammable. Harmful by inhalation Harmful in contact with skin. Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed. Causes severe burns. Irritating to respiratory system. Very toxic to aquatic organisms.
13 Abbreviations and acronyms: Divosan Activ VT5 Page 13 of 13 AISE - The international Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products ATE Acute Toxicity Estimate DNEL - Derived No Effect Limit EUH - CLP Specific hazard statement PBT - Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic PNEC - Predicted No Effect Concentration REACH number - REACH registration number, without supplier specific part vpvb - very Persistent and very Bioaccumulative End of Safety Data Sheet
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