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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

1 . PRODUCT AND SUPPLIER IDENTIFICATION



Product Name

: İzocam Stonewool Blankets, Boards and
Manufacturer
: Izocam Ticaret ve Sanayi A.Ş.

Telephone No
: + 90 262 7546390 (08:00 – 17:30)
Emergency Contacts
: + 90 216 3656745 (Export Manager)
2 . COMPOSITION AND INGREDIENT INFORMATION
Substance
Amount Weight
Components
Na2O TiO2 Ingredients contributing to the hazard : None Facing and adhesive : None or yellow or black glass tissue, woven glass fiber. 3 . HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Most Important Hazards
: WHO (World Health Organization):
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) which is a working group of WHO has evaluated the risk of airborne man made fibers and concluded that the more commonly including insulation glass wool, stone wool and slag wool are not classifiable as to carcinogenicity to humans (Group 3). Therefore all mineral wools, including non-bio soluble types as well, are in the third group of classification namely, Inadequate Data Group which also includes tea, fluorescent light and caffeine. EC (European Community)
Fibers contained in this product have a low fiber biopersistance. (Weighted clearance
half life of fibers, with lengths greater than 20
µm, after inhalation, less than 10 days or
after intratracheal instillation, less than 40
days). So, classification as a carcinogen
need not apply in accordance with the
Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 and the note
Q of the directive 97/69/EC.
Having EUCEB trademark, Izocam stone
wool
Fire and Explosion Hazards
: Resin, paper or plastic facings will burn

Specific Hazards
: Not relevant
4 . FIRST - AID MEASURES
Means to first aid

Information according to the different exposure route :

Inhalation
: Remove from exposure. Rinse the throat and
Skin Contact
: Wash gently with warm water and soap. In
Eye Contact
: Do not rub. Rinse abundantly with copious
quantities of water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, consult a doctor.
Ingestion
: Not relevant

5 . FIRE – FIGHTING MEASURES

Extinguishing Media
: Water, sprayed water, foam, CO2

Fire Fighting Instructions
: Not relevant


6 . ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Personal Precautions
: In case of high concentrations of dust, use the
Environmental Precautions
: Not relevant
Spill or Leak Procedures
: Pick up and discard large pieces. Vacuum
clean dust. Use a dust suppressant if sweeping is necessary.
Methods for clean-up
: Vacuum Cleaner, Aspiration

7 . HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling
: Under cover in dry place when not sealed in Keep material in original packaging before use for protection against mechanical damage and against becoming wet.
8 . EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Engineering Measures
: For cutting, use a knife rather than a saw.
Personal Protective Equipment
Respiratory Protection
recommended when using products in confined atmosphere or during operations which can produce emission of dust (e.g. more than 5mg/Nm3). Hand Protection
Eye Protection
Skin and Body Protection : Full clothes with closed sleeves
Hygiene Measures
: After a protracted contact, wash hands with
Exposure Limit Value
: Local regulations apply
9 . PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical State
: Mineral wool of homogeneous texture in the
form of: panels, boards, rolls and mats. Fassonaire
: 150-220 mmws (depends on product type)
Orientation of Fibers
: Green-brown
: Not relevant
: Not relevant

Melting Point / Melting Range
: Above 1000oC

Flash Point
: Not relevant

Explosion Properties
: Not relevant
: 30 to 200 kg/m3 (Depends on product)

Solubility in Water
: Note relevant

10 . STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability
: Stable in dry conditions and given temperature

Incompatible Chemicals

: Not Relevant
Hazardous Reactions
: Not Relevant
Hazardous Decomposition
Products
: Binder evaporates above approximately 2000C.
Accordingly, formation of smells during first heating. 11 . TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute Toxicity
: Not Relevant

Chronic Toxicity
: Classification as a carcinogen need not apply
in accordance with the directive 97/69/EC.
Local Effects

Inhalation
: No specific effect

Skin Contact
: Short-lived itching or red spots which usually
disappear after a few days. Exceptionally allergy.
Eye Contact
: Short-lived itching or inflammation.

Ingestion
: May cause itching of upper aero-digestive canal

12 . ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Product without any known negative environmental effects. Positive effects on the environment through the use as thermal insulation.
13 . DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Waste From Residues
: Dispose of in accordance with regulations and

Contaminated Packaging
: Dispose of in accordance with regulations and

European Waste Catalogue
: 10 11 03 – Waste glass-based fibrous materials
14 . TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Non-hazardous product, therefore hazard warning labeling and specific safety
measures for conveyance are not compulsory.
Not restricted under IATA Regulations – The product is not dangerous and complies
with air transport regulations.

15 . REGULATORY INFORMATION

IZOCAM stone wool is not classified as a possible carcinogen, ref. Nota Q of EU
Directive 97/69/EC regulations.
IARC has classified mineral wool fibres in group 3 – Not classifiable as to
carcinogenicity to humans.
16 . OTHER INFORMATION

Person who wish to obtain more detailed information can contact the producer
(address on first page of this sheet)
Information given in this data sheet is based on the state of our knowledge regarding
this material as of 03.09.2012. It is given in good faith.
The attention of users is drawn to possible risks taken when the product is used for
other application than the ones it has been designed for.

Source: http://www.izocam.com.tr/izocam/media/urunbrosurlerieng/stone-wool/malzeme-guvenlik-formlari/msds-rockwool.pdf

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National Standard for Commercial Vessels Thiprovides requirements for the first aid, medical supplies and associated equipment on board vessels and includes requirements relating to inventories; labelling; packaging and expiry date control of medicines and medical equipment; and the construction, location and marking of medical cabinets and first aid kits. It forms a normative (mandatory) part

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ORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY ANNEX Pt 5.3 19 November 2009, Copenhagen (DEN) Prohibited Substances List This is not an official or current list of FEI prohibited substances. It is a working draft of a Prohibited Substance list that will ultimately be presented to the FEI General Assemby in November 2009 alongside the new Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Regulations (EADCM).

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