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Activated alumina MSDS

 

                                                                                                                                                          


SECTION 1: Identification of the   substance/mixture and of the company(   company/undertaking



Product identifier:




Substance name:

Activated alumina XR101




CAS No:

1344-28-1




EC No:

215-691-6



Relevant   identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against:




Relevant identified uses:

Industrial desiccant water treatment




Uses advised   against:

Not   available.



Details   of the supplier of the substance or mixture:




Supplier(Manufacturer):

Zibo Xiangrun Environment Engineering Co.,Ltd




Street address:

No.16, Hi-Tech Industrial Park, Development Zone, Zibo City,   Shandong Province 255000, P. R. China




E-mail:

info@xradsorbent.com




Telephone:

(86)533-3037068




Fax:

(86)533-3037069



Emergency   telephone number:




(86)13583393236(Only office   hours available.)







SECTION 2: Hazards identification



Classification   of the substance or mixture:




Classification according to Regulation (EC) No   1272/2008[CLP]




The product   is not classified as hazardous under Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008[CLP].




Classification according to Council Directive   67/548/EEC




The product is not classified   as hazardous under Council Directive 67/548/EEC.



Label   elements:




Labelling according to Regulation (EC) No   1272/2008 [CLP/GHS]




No label   information available. The product is not classified as hazardous under   Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 [CLP].



Other   hazards:




No information available.







SECTION 3:   Composition/information on ingredients




REACH No:

Not available.




EC No:

215-691-6




CAS No:

1344-28-1




Alumina:

≥93%




SiO2:         

0.1%




Na2O:        

0.4%




Synonyms:  

Alumina








SECTION 4: First aid measures



Inhalation:




If inhaled, remove to fresh   air. If not breathing give artificial respiration.



Skin   contact:




Wash skin with soap and   copious amounts of water.



Eyes   contact:




Flush eyes with copious   amounts of water.



Ingestion:




If swallowed, wash out mouth with water provided person is   conscious.



Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and   delayed




May cause   minor irritation to lungs & eyes.



Indication of the immediate medical attention and   special treatment needed




Persons with pre-existing skin, eye, or   respiratory disease may be at increased risk from the irritant or allergic properties of this material. Attending   physician should treat exposed patients symptomatically.







SECTION 5: Fire-fighting measures



Extinguishing   media:




Suitable extinguishing media:

Use   extinguishing measures that are appropriate to local circumstances and the   surrounding environment.




Unsuitable extinguishing media:

Not available.



Special   hazards arising from the substance or mixture:




Not combustible.



Advice   for fire-fighters:




Wear self-contained breathing   apparatus and protective clothing to prevent contact with skin and eyes.







SECTION 6: Accidental release   measures



Personal   precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures:




Avoid inhalation of dusts.   Ensure adequate ventilation



Environmental   precautions:




Do not allow material to be   released to the environment without the proper governmental permits.



Methods   and material for containment and cleaning up:




Sweep up, place in a bag and   hold for waste disposal.

Avoid raising dust.



Reference   to other sections:




See Section 7 for information   on safe handling.

See Section 8 for information   on personal protection equipment.

See Section 13 for information   on disposal.







SECTION 7: Handling and storage



Precautions   for safe handling:




Do not breathe dust. Provide   appropriate exhaust ventilation at places where dust is formed.



Conditions   for safe storage, including any incompatibilities:




Store in a tightly closed   container.

Store in a cool, dry,   well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances.



      Specific end use(s):




No special requirements.











SECTION 8 : Exposure   controls/personal protection



Control   parameters:



Exposure   limit values:  CAS#    1344-28-1



 Limit value - Eight hoursLimit     value - Short term ppmmg/m³ppmmg/m³Belgium-10-2Denmark-5 inhalable aerosol2 respirable aerosol-10 inhalable aerosol4 respirable aerosolFrance-10 respirable aerosol--Germany (DFG)-4 inhalable aerosol1.5 respirable aerosol--Hungary-6 respirable aerosol--Poland-2-16Spain-10 inhalable aerosol5 respirable aerosol--Sweden-5 inhalable aerosol2 respirable aerosol--Switzerland-3 respirable aerosol--USA - OSHA-15 total dust5 inhalable dust--United Kingdom-10 inhalable aerosol4 respirable aerosol--



Exposure   controls:



Appropriate   engineering controls:




Use adequate general or local   exhaust ventilation to keep airborne concentrations below the permissible   exposure limits.



Individual   protection measures - personal protective equipment:




Eye/face protection: Chemical   safety glasses and face protection




Skin protection: Wear   Compatible chemical-resistant gloves and clothing to prevent skin exposure.




Respiratory protection: Use   breathing protection with high concentrations.



Environmental   exposure controls:




Do not allow material to be   released to the environment without the proper governmental permits.







SECTION 9: Physical and chemical   properties



Information   on basic physical and chemical properties:




Appearance:

bead




Colour:

White   with little grey




Odour:

Odourless.




pH:

7-8 , 100 g/l water, at 20 °C




Melting point:

2050 °C




Boiling point:

2980 °C




Flash point:

Not   applicable.




Vapour pressure:

1 mmHg at   2158 °C




Density:

0.65 g/cm3,   at 20 °C




Bulk density (kg/m3)

ca.650 kg/m3




Water Solubility:

Insoluble,   at 20 °C




Partition coefficient, n-octanol/water:

No data   available.




Auto-ignition Temperature   (°C):

Not   applicable.




Explosive properties:

Not   applicable.








SECTION 10: Stability and   reactivity



Reactivity:




No data available.



Chemical   stability:




Stable under recommended   temperatures and pressures.



Possibility   of hazardous reactions:




Exothermic reaction with   water.



Conditions   to avoid:




Exposure to moisture.



Incompatible   materials:




Strong acids, Strong bases,   Chlorine trifluoride, Ethylene oxide, Halogenated hydrocarbon, Oxygen   difluoride, Sodium nitrate, Vinyl compounds.



Hazardous   decomposition products:




No information available.







SECTION 11: Toxicological   information



Toxicokinetics,   metabolism and distribution:




No data available.



Information   on toxicological effects



Acute   toxicity:




NNo data available.



Skin   corrosion/irritation:




Skin,   rabbit: No irritation.



Serious   eye damage/irritation:




Eyes, rabbit: No irritation.



Respiratory   or skin sensitization:




No data available.



CMR effects   (Carcinogenicity, Mutagenicity and Toxicity for Reproduction):




A4: Not classifiable as a   human carcinogen.(HSDB)



STOT-single   exposure and repeated exposure:




No data available.



Additional   Information:




RTECS #: BD1200000







SECTION 12: Ecological   information



Toxicity:




No data available.



Persistence   and degradability:




No data available.



Bioaccumulative   potential:




No data available.



Mobility   in soil:




No data available.



Results   of PBT and vPvB assessment:




No data available.



SECTION 13: Disposal   considerations



Waste   treatment methods:




Observe all federal, state,   and local environmental regulations.



      Additional information:




Disposal must be made   according to official regulations.







SECTION 14: Transport information



Land   transport (ADR/RID):




This product is not regulated   as a hazardous material or dangerous goods for transportation.



Sea   transport (IMDG-Code):




This   product is not regulated as a hazardous material or dangerous goods for   transportation.



Air   transport (ICAO-TI/IATA-DGR):




This   product is not regulated as a hazardous material or dangerous goods for   transportation.







SECTION 15: Regulatory   information



Safety,   health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance   or mixture:




CAS #

EU-EINECS

US-TSCA

Canada-DSL

Australia-AICS

Korea-ECL




1344-28-1

Listed

Listed

Listed

Listed

Listed



Chemical   Safety Assessment:




A chemical safety assessment   has not been carried out for the substance by the supplier.







SECTION 16: Other information



Revision   Information:


Date of the previous   revision: Not applicable.

Date of this revision:   06/09/2012

Revision summary: New SDS


Abbreviations   and acronyms:




GHS:

Globally Harmonized System of   Classification and Label of Chemicals.




CLP:

EU regulation (EC) No 1272/2008   on classification, label and packaging of chemical substances and mixtures.




CAS:

Chemical Abstracts Service   (division of the American Chemical Society).




EINECS:

the European Inventory of   Existing Commercial chemical Substances.




IARC:

International agency for   research on cancer.




RID:

European Rail Transport.




IMDG:

International Maritime Code   for Dangerous Goods.




IATA:

International Air Transport   Association.




OSHA:

TheUnited StatesOccupational Safety   and Health Administration.




DSD:

Dangerous Substance Directive   (67/548/EEC).




TSCA:

Toxic Substances Control Act, The   American chemical inventory.




RCRA:

The Resource Conservation and   Recovery Act ofUnited     States.




CERCLA:

The Comprehensive   Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act ofUnited States.




SARA/

TITLE III:

The Emergency Planning and   Community Right-to-Know Act.




DSL:

Domestic Substances List, The   Canadian chemical inventory.




AICS:

The Australian Inventory of   Chemical Substances.




ECL:

Existing Chemicals List, the   Korean chemical inventory.




PICCS:

Philippine Inventory of   Chemicals and Chemical Substances.




MITI:

Ministry of International   Trade and Industry.




IECSC:

Inventory of existing chemical   substances inChina.



Further   information:




Employers should use this   information only as a supplement to other information gathered by them, and   should make independent judgment of suitability of this information to ensure   proper use and protect the health and safety of employees.

This information is furnished   without warranty, and any use of the product not in conformance with this   Safety Data Sheet, or in combination with any other product or process, is   the responsibility of the user.



Data   sources:




Merck Index.

International Chemical Safety   Cards (ICSC).