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Safety data sheet in accordance with 91/155/EEC
30.11.2006
BPO paste, red/white/colourless
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1. Identification of the substance/preparation and of the company
Trade name
BPO paste, red/white/colourless
Use of the substance / preparation
Curing agent for polyester filler and polyester resin
Manufacturer / marketer identification
Distributor in New Zealand
VOSSCHEMIE GmbH
Esinger Steinweg 50

D-25436 Uetersen
Tel. +49-4122/717-0 Fax. +49-4122/717158
Information provided by:
Laboratory / Telephone: +49-4122-717-0
Emergency telephone in New Zealand
Emergency information:
National Poison Center(24 hours):
Giftinformationszentrum(GIZ)-Nord, Göttingen
Telephone Numbers: +49-551-19240, +49-551-383180
0800 POISON [764 766]
2. Composition/information on ingredients
Chemical characterization
Description
Dibenzyl peroxide in plasticizer and other additives
Dangerous components
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CAS No. EC No content unit danger symbol R phrases

Identification according to EEC Directive
Classification
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94-36-0 202-327-6 49,5-51,0 % E,Xi R02, R36,
R43

BENZOYL PEROXIDE
E, R02
Xi, R36

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Full text of R-Phrases: see under section 16.
3. Hazards identification
May cause fire.
Irritating to eyes.

May cause sensitization by skin contact.
Highly flammable and oxidising.
Danger of fire in case of contact with combustible or other
substances promoting decomposition.
The HSNO Approval Number for this Group Standard is HSR002629
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4. First aid measures
First aid measures / general indications
Remove contaminated clothes without delay.

First Aid measures / inhalation
Take the patient out of the dangerous area, provide for fresh
air, then seek immediately for medical attention.

First Aid measures / skin contact
Wash with plenty of water and soap. In case of rash, medical

attention is necessary.
First Aid measures / eye contact
Rinse immediately with plenty of water (for at least 15 minutes),

then call for a doctor.
First Aid measures / ingestion
Do not induce vomiting. Seek immediately for medical attention.

5. Fire-fighting measures
Appropriate extinguishing media
Water spray, foam, extinguishing powder

Carbon dioxide
Water spray in large amounts, from a safe distance. Small fires
can also be extinguished with powder or carbon dioxide, in such

cases however prolonged spraying of water is required, to
prevent the fire from starting anew.
Extinguishing media that must not be used for safety reasons
Halons

Special hazards arising from the product itself, from
combustion products or from resulting gases
In case of fire the product supports the combustion.

Do not inhale explosion or combustion gases. See also point 10.
Special protective equipment for fire-fighters
Wear protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.

Additional information
Cool threatened containers with water in case of fire.

6. Accidental release measures
Do not let this product enter into soil, water and drains.
Remove sources of ignation, provide sufficient ventilation.
Keep unauthorised persons at a distance.

Take up with a polyethylene shovel, store temporarily in a clean
cask with a loose lid in a safe place and dispose as soon as
possible according to the local legislative provisions.

See also point 13
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7. Handling and storage
Handling
This product is sensitive to heat and many foreign substances, in
particular amine accelerators. See also point 10. Follow clean
work procedures. Close containers immediately after drawing out
product.

Never mix with the accelerator. When using polyester resin, this
product must be dosed and mixed separately.
Never store peroxides in a confined space, so that no dangerous

built-up can take place after possible decomposition.
Do not expose to foreign substances promoting decomposition, do
not expose to heat and direct sunlight.
Keep away from sources of ignition - no smoking.
This product is combustible, explosive decomposition

is possible under unfavourable conditions.
Take mesaures against explosion. Earth when emptying and
filling cask.

Store only in original, closed containers, away from other
substances. Storage temperature max. +25 °C.
Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs
8. Exposure controls/personal protection
Additional technical indications on the technical installations
Explosion-proof ventilation recommended.

Components for which limit values for exposure at the place of
work exist (Germany):

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Identification according to EEC Directive
CAS No EC No limit value

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BENZOYL PEROXIDE

94-36-0 202-327-6 AGW 5 mg/m3 E
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Personal protection
Respiratory protection
Provide good ventilation.
Hand protection
Use protective gloves (rubber, PVC)
Eye protection
Use tightly fitting safety goggles.
General measures of precaution
Protective clothing.
Additional measures
Apply a suitable skin protective agent before work.

Do not eat, drink or smoke during work.
Wash hands before pauses and when ending work.
Remove contaminated clothes immediately.

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Store working clothes separately.
9. Physical and chemical properties
Appearance
Form : pasty
Colour : red/white/colourless
Odour : noticeable
Security-relevant data
Melting temperature
Reference value From To

Decomposes upon distillation
Flash point: > 50 °C
Flammability : °C
Method : unknown
Self-ignition: > 380°C
Lower explosion limit: % vol
Method : not applicable
Upper explosion limit: % vol
Method : not applicable
Vapour pressure: °C
Method : unknown
Density at: 20°C ca. 1,15 g/cm3
Solubility in water: insoluble
PH value: slightly acid
Viscosity: pasty
Additional data
The physical data refer to the security relevant component(s) as
used, approximate values are given.

10. Stability and reactivity
Dangerous reactions
Stable only with inert materials. Thermal decomposition or

direct contact with foreign matters/impurities,
including reducing agents (e.g. amine accelerators),

heavy metals compounds (particularly cobalt
accelerators), acids and bases, can lead to dangerous,
autoaccelerating decomposition reactions, which may

result in explosion or fire.
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Hazardous decomposition products
Among others: carbon dioxide, benzoic acid, benzene, diphenyl,

phenylbenzoate.
Thermal decomposition
50°C (accumulated heat), SADT

Additional information (10)
Suitable materials: stainless steel (DIN 1.4571), PVC,

polyethylene, glass-coated apparatus.
11. Toxicological information
+ The following is known on dibenzoylperoxide, in aqueous
solutions (78%):
LD 50 (acute, oral, rat): > 5000 mg/kg
LD 50 (acute, inhalation, rat, 4 hours): > 24,3 mg/kg
Eyes (rabbit): moderately irritating
Skin (rabbit): not irritating after single exposure.
For sensitive persons, repeated or prolonged contact with
roughened or damaged skin may result in allergic skin reactions.

May cause sensitization.
Mutagenicity: Ames test negative
Dominant lethal test (mouse): negative (54 and 62 mg/kg
intraperit).
12. Ecological information
Do not let enter into water or sewer.
The following is known on dibenzoylperoxide in solutions (78%),
stabilised with water:
Acute bacterial toxicity EC10 = 2,2 mg/l
(activated inoculum, EC50 = 35 mg/l
respiration inhibition test):
Acute fish toxicity: LC50 = 2,0 mg/l (96 h)
(Zebra-fish) NOEC value = 0,7 mg/l
Biodegradability
(closed bottle test): readily biodegradable.
13. Advice on disposal
Disposal / product
Do not dispose with domestic waste.

Dilute the product to a concentration of 10% in peroxide with
suitable inert liquids and destroy according to legislation
on waste disposal. Contaminated and empty containers are also

destroyed according to legislation on wast disposal.
Waste code no. / name of waste
16 05 06 Laborchemikalien, die aus gefährlichen Stoffen bestehen
oder solche enthalten, einschliesslich Gemische von Lab

The waste codes quoted are only recommendations. Other waste
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codes may also be possible with regard to different regional
regulations.

14. Transport information
Land transport / lorry / international / comments
UN-No.: 3108
Organisches Peroxid Typ E, fest; (Dibenzoylperoxid)
ADR/RID-GGVS/E: 5.2 /

Inland waterway transport / comments
ADN/ADNR non communicated
Sea transport / comments
UN-No.: 3108
Organic peroxide type E, solid; (dibenzoyl peroxide)

IMDG/GGVSee: 5.2 /
EMS: F-J, S-R
Marine pollutant:

Air transport / comments
UN-No.: 3108
Organic peroxide type E, solid; (dibenzoyl peroxide)

ICAO/IATA-DGR: 5.2 /
15. Regulatory information
Labelling
The HSNO Approval Number for this Group Standard is HSR002629
Contains:
DIBENZOYLPEROXIDE
Symbol and indication of danger
O Oxidising
Xi Irritant
R phrases
R 07 May cause fire
R 36 Irritating to eyes
R 43 May cause sensitization by skin contact

S phrases
S 02 Keep out of reach of children

S 03/07 Keep container tightly closed in a cool place.
S 14 Keep away from dirt, rust, chemicals, particularly

reducing substances, acids, bases, amines and heavy
metals bounded substances (accelerator, dessicating
abents, metallic soaps).

Keep away from an open flame, sparks or other igniton
sources and direct sunlight.
S 26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with

plenty of water and seek medical advice
S 36/37/39 Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and
eye/face protection

S 46 If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show
this container or label.
S 50 Do not mix with reductors or accelerators.

National regulations (D)
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The legal regulations for limited employment, e.g. the law for
the protection of youth work and the decree for the legal
protection of motherhood, have to be observed.
Class of danger to water (WGK):
2 (own assessment, not checked)
Consult the technical leaflets by BG-Chemie (Employment Accident
Insurance Fund for the Chemical Industry)
M 001 ´´Organische Peroxide´´

M 023 ´´Polyester- und Epoxid-Harze´´.
16. Other information
Relevant R phrases
R 02 Risk of explosion by shock, friction, fire or other

sources of ignition
R 07 May cause fire

R 36 Irritating to eyes
R 43 May cause sensitization by skin contact
* + Data changed compared with the previous version.
Sections where no data are entered indicate that no data are
known, or no experience is available. This does not justify the
assumption that no danger can arise from the relevant point under
consideration.

The information given is based on the current state of our
knowledge and experience. The safety data sheet describes
products with regard to safety requirements. The data do not
represent a guarantee of properties.

This product may only be used according to its foreseen aim.
All persons in contact with organic peroxides should be duly
informed about their safe use, in order to avoid accidents.

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