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Keep at a distance from sources of ignition e. General threshold limit value for 1d3 – inhalable fraction. This material data sheet was carefully compiled. Work done with fire or open flame should only be carried out with written permission if the risk of fire or explosion cannot be completely eliminated.
This data is recommended by scientific btv and is not established law. Forms flammable gases when in contact with water. Water Dry extinguishing powder Foam Carbon dioxide.
Currently there is no information available regading suitable glove materials. Incineration of aluminium powder waste: Skin protection cremes do not protect as effectively against the substance as protective gloves. Wear a dust mask. However no liability can be assumed for the data content, whatever the legal cause may bgc.
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c13 There is a risk of a dust explosion if the following conditions are met: Only conduct maintenance and other work on or in the vessel or closed spaces after obtaining written permission. Do not raise dust while cleaning. Carefully neutralize with ammonia water. Collection of small amounts of substance: Identification Characterisation Formula Physical and chemical properties Occupational health and first aid Safe handling Regulations Links Literature register.
In an emergency e. Wear flameproof protective clothing. Heating causes a rise in pressure, risk of bursting and explosion. D31 in der Fassung vom 1.
Aluminium powder (pyrophoric)
The use of resistant protective gloves is recommended. Depending on the risk, wear a tight protective clothing or a suitable chemical protection suit. Containers have to be labelled clearly and permanently.
It must be assured that the workplace limit values are being maintained. Instruction must be provided before employment and then at a minimum of dd13 per annum thereafter.
The precipitate is then washed, filtered, dried and reprocessed. Fire fighting equipment must be available. Dry cleaing of dust-soiled clothes.
Aluminium powder pyrophoric Aluminiumpowder. Collect in container for recyclable metal residues. Use leak-proof equipment with exhaust for refilling or transfer. Shut off sources of ignition.
The substance must not be present at workplaces in quantities above that required for work to be progressed.
An escape and rescue plan must be prepared when the location, scale, and use of the work-site so demand. If the residues are very impure: The substance should not be stored with substances with which ha-zardous chemical reactions are possible. Handle and store contents under inert gas.
No hazards to sources of water are to be feared if released into water, drainage, sewer, or the ngv.
The combustibility strongly depends on, among other factors, the grain size and the degree of distribution. Protective clothing and footwear must be adequately conductive or dissipative. No open flame; fire, open ignition sources and smoking prohibited. Particle filter P1, colour code white.
Take heed of usual occupational hygiene measures when handling chemical substances, espacially wash the skin with soap and water before breaks and at the end of work and apply fatty skin-care products after washing. Avoid contact with water.
Brush off loose particles from skin. Take precautionary measures against static discharges. Do not allow contact with air.