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|Product description||Cobalt(ll) 2-ethylhexanoate, 1% Co, in mineral spirits|
|Balance||4% mineral spirits, 90% styrene, 6% Cobalt(ll) 2-ethylhexanoate|
|Cobalt content||1.0% +- 0,2%|
|Physical properties||Density, 20°C||910 kg/m3|
|Safety characteristics||Flash point||40°C|
|Auto ignition temperature||>350°C|
|Solubility||Insoluble in water. Soluble in various organic solvents|
|Hazardous reactions||Might react violently with organic peroxides. It is therefore not allowed to storage or transport the product together with peroxides. NEVER BRING AĹ ACCELERATOR INTO DIRECT CONTACT WITH PEROXlDES!|
|Major decomposition products||FIRE; Cobalt oxides, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide may be formed,|
|Toxicological Data||LD 50, acute oral (rat)||>2000 mg/kg|
|Primary skin irritation||Moderately irritating|
|Eye irritation||Moderately irritating|
|Ames test||Not mutagenic|
|Packaging||0,9 kg; 4,5 kg; 25 kg. On request, there are 180 kg barrels and 900 kg IBCs available.|
|Applications||The addition of the unsaturated polyester resin, accelerator.|
|Dosage||Depending on working conditions, the following peroxide and accelerator dosage levels are recommended:|
|Metox 50||1-4 phr*|
|Przyspieszacz 1% Co||0,5 - 3 phr*|
Recommended Handling Procedures and First Aid
|Protective equipment and handling instructions|| - Use safety goggles or face shield and gloves.
- Extra ventilation recommended.
- Use clean equipment and tools of inert material, such as stainless steel, polyethylene, glass.
- All equipment should be earthed.
-No sparks, open flames
- Never bring peroxide into direct contact with accelerators.
|Storage conditions||Keep container tightly closed in a well-ventilated place. Temperature 0-25°C. Keep out of peroxides|
|Storage stability||Only when stored under these recommended storage conditions, the product will remain within the ILT specifications for a period of at least six months after delivery.|
|Fire fighting||Extinguish with powder, foam, BCF extinguishing media, water mist or carbon dioxide. Keep undamaged containers cool with water.|
|Spillage||Collect as much as possible in a clean container for disposal. Mix the remainder with an absorbent (e,g. vermiculite). Flush the rest with water. Avoid contact. Avoid ignition.|
|Disposal||According to local regulations. Code of waste by recycling 070604|
|Spillage on clothes||Remove contaminated clothes. Examine skin. If skin contact, wash or shower; apply a lanolin-based ointment. Launder clothes normally.|
|Eye contact||Rinse with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical advice|
|Skin contact||Wash with plenty of water (and soap) or shower, afterwards apply a lanolin-based ointment.|
|Ingestion||Rinse mouth. Seek medical advice. Do NOT induce vomiting.|
|Inhalation||Move to fresh air, rest, half-upright position. Loosen clothing. Seek medical advice.|
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|*phr = parts per hundred resin|