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  1. 1. Page 1 of 3 FS22 FIRESTOP PILLOWS Material Safety Data Sheet Section 1: Identification of the Substance / Preparation & Company 1.1 Product Identifier: FS22 Firestop Pillows 1.2 Identified use of Product: Designed for solid cavities in wall constructions around service penetrations. 1.3 Details of Supplier: Fire Security AS Skibåsen 20b -4636 Kristiansand Norway Tel: +47 95 47 80 00 Fax: +47 38 02 15 31 Email: mail@fire-security.net Section 2: Hazard Information These products are classified as low hazard. Section 3: Composition / Information on Ingredients Graphite Impregnated PVC compound / inorganic mineral filler. Mixture in a glass fibre bag. Section 4: First Aid Measures 4.1 Skin Contact: Not applicable. 4.2 Throat Contact: Not applicable. 4.3 Eye Contact: In case of contact with eyes rinse thoroughly with plenty of water and seek medical advice. 4.4 Ingestion: Wash out mouth with plenty of water. Give plenty of water to drink and seek medical advice. 4.5 Doctor to treat symptomatically. Section 5: Fire-Fighting Measures The material will emit acid smoke and irritating fumes on combustion, forming corrosive hydrochloric acid. 5.1 Suitable extinguishing media: Foam, carbon dioxide or dry powder. 5.2 Extinguishing media that must not be used for safety reasons: Water - upon extinguishing with water, the material will produce hydrochloric acid, that is corrosive. 5.3 Combustion Products: Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrogen Chloride, Oxides of Chlorine (Cl0/CLO2). 5.4 Special protective equipment for fire fighters: Full chemical protective clothing and observe normal fire fighting procedures.
  2. 2. Page 2 of 3 Section 6: Accidental Release Measures No special measures required. Section 7: Handling & Storage No special precautions necessary unless bag splits and releases contents. 7.1 Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated place. 7.2 Store away from strong oxidising agents or alkali metals. 7.3 Keep away from sources of ignition. Section 8: Exposure Control / Personal Protection 8.1 Respiratory Control: None if bag is intact. If bag splits, Maximum Exposure Limit (MEL) 5mg/m3, 8 hour time weighted average gravimetric measure. If the MEL is likely to be exceeded (for example working in confined spaces), disposable face masks complying with BS EN149 FFP1 or FFP2 should be used and are suitable for most applications. 8.2 Hand Protection: Not normally required but suitable gloves can be worn. 8.3 Eye Protection: Safety glasses to be worn at all times. 8.4 Skin Protection: No special requirements but light protective clothing can be worn. Section 9: Physical & Chemical Properties 9.1 Appearance: Grey PVC coated bag. 9.2 Odour: Not applicable. 9.3 pH (at 1000g/H2O, 25c): Neutral 9.4 Boiling Point: Not applicable. 9.5 Melting Point: Approx. 180ºC 9.6 Flash Point: Not applicable. 9.7 Flammability: Not applicable. 9.8 Auto-flammability: Not applicable. 9.9 Explosive Properties: Not applicable. 9.10 Oxidising Properties: Not applicable. 9.11 Vapour Pressure: Not applicable. 9.12 Fibre Density: Not applicable. 9.13 Solubility: Insoluble 9.15 Partition Coefficient: Not applicable. 9.16 Other Data: Not applicable. Section 10: Stability & Reactivity 10.1 Stability: Stable at room temperature. 10.2 Reactivity: Unstable with strong oxidising agents and alkaline metals. 10.3 Thermal Decomposition Products: When the product is heated to approximately 180ºC, the intumescent material. Starts to exfoliate and releases decomposition gases. The duration of release will depend on the size of the pillow used. Section 11: Toxicology Information No toxic affects.
  3. 3. Page 3 of 3 Section 12: Ecological Information Not readily bio-degradable. Eco-toxicity: Slightly toxic to aquatic life. Section 13: Disposal Considerations No special precautions. Dispose of in accordance with local authorities requirements. Section 14: Transport Information No regulations apply for the transport of this material. Not classified as hazardous for the road, sea or air transport. Section 15: Regulatory Information 15.1 Wear suitable protective clothing. 15.2 Not classified as dangerous under CHIP Regulations 1994 / Amendments 1997. Section 16: Other Information Health and Safety Executive Guidance Note EH40 - Occupational Exposure Limits. Health and Safety Commission ‘The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) (Amendment) Regulations’. This information reflects typical values and is not a product specification. No warranty expressed or implied is hereby made. The information contained in this document does not constitute the users own assessment of workplace risk as required by other safety legislation. The information is current as of June 1st 2013. Please contact Fire Security AS for updates. Fire Security AS | Skibåsen 20b -4636 Kristiansand Norway T: +47 95 47 80 00 ‫׀‬ F: +47 38 02 15 31 ‫׀‬ Web: www.fire-security.net ‫׀‬ Email: mail@fire-security.net