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MSDS - Marjoram Spanish - Thymus mastichina - Essential Oil


MARJORAM (Spanish) ESSENTIAL OIL
SAFETY DATA SHEET (SDS)

01. IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE/PREPARATION & THE COMPANY/UNDERTAKING

1.1

Product Identifier 

Product Name 

Marjoram Oil Spanish 

Biological Definition

Thymus Mastichina Herb Oil is an essential oil obtained from the herbs of the thyme, Thymus mastichina, Lamiaceae.

INCI Name

Thymus Mastichina Herb Oil

Synonyms & Trade Names

-

CAS-No

84837-14-9

EC No.

284-294-8

EINECS No.

284-294-8

1.2

Relative identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against

 

Relevant uses: Miscellaneous. For professional user /industrial user only.

Uses advised against: All uses not specified in this section or in section 7.3

1.3

Details of the supplier of the safety data sheet 

 

Essential Oils Direct Ltd  13 Parkside Industrial Estate,  Royton, Oldham OL2 6DS - Reg No 04199912 

1.4 

Emergency Tel. No.  

+ 44 (0) 161 633 3952

02. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

2.1

Classification of the substance or mixture 

 

The full text for all hazard statements are displayed in Section 16.

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)

 

Physical and Chemical Hazards: Flam. Liq. 3 H226 Flammable liquid and vapour.

Human health:Asp. Tox. 1: H304 - May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.

Eye Irrit. 2: H319 - Causes serious eye irritation.

Skin Irrit. 2: H315 - Causes skin irritation.

Skin Sens. 1B: H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction.

Environment: Aquatic Chronic 2: H411 - Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

2.2 

Label Elements 

Label in accordance with (EC) No 1272/2008   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    GHS02            GHS07           GHS08  GHS09

Flammable   http://www.hse.gov.uk/chemical-classification/images/pictogram-gallery/irritant.gif      Environmentally damaging

 

Signal Word

Danger.

Contains

Cineole; (-)-pin-2(10)-ene; d-Limonene; (+)-pin-2(3)-ene

Hazard Statements

 

H411 - Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

H304 - May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.

H319 - Causes serious eye irritation.

H226 - Flammable liquid and vapour.

H315 - Causes skin irritation.

H317 - May cause an allergic skin reaction.

Precautionary Statements

 

P210: Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. No smoking.

P264: Wash thoroughly after use.

P280: Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.

P301+P310: IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a POISON CENTER/doctor.

P302+P352: IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of water.

P303+P361+P353: IF ON SKIN (or hair): Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water/shower.

P305+P351+P338: IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.

P370+P378: In case of fire: Use ABC powder extinguisher to extinguish.

P403+P235: Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep cool.

P501: Dispose of contents and / or containers in accordance with regulations on hazardous waste or packaging and packaging waste respectively.

Supplementary Precautionary Statements

 

None.

2.3

Other Hazards 

PBT or vPvB according to Annex XIII

Not additional data available.

Adverse physio-chemical properties

Not additional data available.

Adverse effects on human health

EUH208: Contains P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno. May produce an allergic reaction

03. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

3.2

Mixtures

 

60.0 – 80.0% Cineole CAS-No: 470-82-6EC No: 207-431-5

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Skin Sens. 1B: H317, Warning.

 

 

10.0 – 20.0% Linalool CAS-No: 78-70-6EC No: 201-134-4

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Eye Irrit. 2: H319; Skin Irrit. 2: H315 - Warning

 

 

4.0 – 7.0% (-)-pin-2(10)-ene  CAS-No: 181-67-3EC No: 242-060-2

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Aquatic Acute 1: H400; Aquatic Chronic 1: H410; Asp. Tox. 1: H304; Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Skin Irrit. 2: H315; Skin Sens. 1B: H317 - Danger

 

 

1.0 – 4.0% d-Limonene CAS-No: 5989-27-5EC No: 227-813-5

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Aquatic Acute 1: H400; Aquatic Chronic 1: H410; Asp. Tox. 1: H304; Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Skin Irrit. 2: H315; Skin Sens. 1: H317 - Danger

 

 

1.0 – 4.0% P-menth-1-en-8-ol CAS-No: 98-55-5EC No: 202-813-5

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Eye Irrit. 2: H319; Skin Irrit. 2: H315 - Warning

 

 

1.0 – 4.0% (+)-pin-2(3)-ene CAS-No: 7785-70-8EC No: 232-087-8

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Aquatic Acute 1: H400; Aquatic Chronic 1: H410; Asp. Tox. 1: H304; Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Skin Irrit. 2: H315; Skin Sens. 1B: H317 - Danger

 

 

1.0 – 4.0% Inalyl acetate CAS-No: 115-95-7EC No: 204-116-4

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Eye Irrit. 2: H319; Skin Irrit. 2: H315 - Warning

 

 

1.0 – 4.0% Pin-2(3)-eno CAS-No: 80-56-8EC No: 201-291-9

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Asp. Tox. 1: H304; Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Skin Irrit. 2: H315; Skin Sens. 1B: H317 -

Danger

 

 

1.0 – 4.0% 7-methyl-3-methyleneocta-1,6-diene CAS-No: 123-35-3EC No: 204-622-5

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Asp. Tox. 1: H304; Eye Irrit. 2: H319; Flam. Liq. 3: H226; Skin Irrit. 2: H315 - Danger

 

 

<1% Camphene CAS-No: 79-92-5EC No: 201-234-8

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Aquatic Acute 1: H400; Aquatic Chronic 1: H410; Eye Irrit. 2: H319; Flam. Sol. 2: H228   Warning

 

 

<1% P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno CAS-No: 586-62-9EC No: 209-578-0

 

Classification (EC 1272/2008)Aquatic Acute 1: H400; Aquatic Chronic 1: H410; Asp. Tox. 1: H304; Skin Sens. 1B: H317 - Danger

 

04. FIRST AID MEASURES

4.1

Description of first aid measures

Inhalation 

The symptoms resulting from intoxication can appear after exposure, therefore, in case of doubt, seek medical attention for direct exposure to the chemical product or persistent discomfort, showing the SDS of this product. This product does not contain substances classified as hazardous for inhalation, however, in case of symptoms of intoxication remove the person affected from the exposure area and provide with fresh air. Seek medical attention if the symptoms get worse or persist.

 Ingestion

Request medical assistance immediately, showing the SDS of this product. Do not induce vomiting, but if it does happen keep the head down to avoid aspiration. In the case of loss of consciousness do not administrate anything orally unless supervised by a doctor. Rinse out the mouth and throat, as they may have been affected during ingestion. Keep the person affected at rest.

Skin Contact 

Remove contaminated clothing and footwear, rinse skin or shower the person affected if appropriate with plenty of cold water and neutral soap. In serious cases see a doctor. If the product causes burns or freezing, clothing should not be removed as this could worsen the injury caused if it is stuck to the skin. If blisters form on the skin, these should never be burst as this will increase the risk of infection.

Eye Contact   

Rinse eyes thoroughly with lukewarm water for at least 15 minutes. Do not allow the person affected to rub or close their eyes. If the injured person uses contact lenses, these should be removed unless they are stuck to the eyes, as this could cause further damage. In all cases, after cleaning, a doctor should be consulted as quickly as possible with the SDS of the product.

4.2

Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed

 

Acute and delayed effects are indicated in sections 2 and 11.

 

4.3

Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed

 

No additional data available.

05. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

5.1 

Extinguishing Media

 

Extinguishing media: If possible use polyvalent powder fire extinguishers (ABC powder), alternatively use                             foam or carbon dioxide extinguishers (CO2).

 

Unsuitable extinguishing media: IT IS RECOMMENDED NOT to use tap water as an extinguishing agent.

5.2 

Special hazards arising from the product

 

As a result of combustion or thermal decomposition reactive sub-products are created that can become highly toxic and, consequently, can present a serious health risk.

5.3 

Advice for firefighters

 

Depending on the magnitude of the fire it may be necessary to use full protective clothing and individual respiratory equipment. Minimum emergency facilities and equipment should be available (fire blankets, portable first aid kit...) in accordance with Directive 89/654/EC.

Additional provisions:

Act in accordance with the Internal Emergency Plan and the Information Sheets on actions to take after an accident or other emergencies. Destroy any source of ignition. In case of fire, refrigerate the storage containers and tanks for products susceptible to inflammation, explosion or BLEVE as a result of high temperatures. Avoid spillage of the products used to extinguish the fire into an aqueous medium.

06. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

6.1 

Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures

 

Isolate leaks provided that there is no additional risk for the people performing this task. Evacuate the area and keep out those without protection. Personal protection equipment must be used against potential contact with the spilt product (See section 8). Above all prevent the formation of any vapour-air flammable mixtures, through either ventilation or the use of an inertisation agent. Destroy any source of ignition. Eliminate electrostatic charges by interconnecting all the conductive surfaces on which static electricity could form, and also ensuring that all surfaces are connected to the ground.

6.2 

Environmental Precautions

 

Avoid at all cost any type of spillage into an aqueous medium. Contain the product absorbed appropriately in hermetically sealed containers. Notify the relevant authority in case of exposure to the general public or the environment.

6.3 

Methods and material for containment and cleaning up.

 

Cover with an inert, inorganic, non-combustible absorbent material (e.g dry-lime, sand, soda ash). Place in covered containers using non-sparking tools and transport outdoors. Avoid open flames or sources of ignition. Ventilate area and wash spill site after material pickup is complete. Dispose of in accordance with current laws and regulations.

6.4 

Reference to other sections

 

See sections 7, 8, 13.

07. HANDLING AND STORAGE

7.1 

Precautions for safe handling

 

Precautions for safe manipulation

Comply with the current legislation concerning the prevention of industrial risks. Keep containers hermetically sealed. Control spills and residues, destroying them with safe methods (section 6). Avoid leakages from the container. Maintain order and cleanliness where dangerous products are used.

Technical recommendations for the prevention of fires and explosions

Transfer in well ventilated areas, preferably through localized extraction. Fully control sources of ignition (mobile phones, sparks,…) and ventilate during cleaning operations. Avoid the existence of dangerous atmospheres inside containers, applying inertisation systems where possible. Transfer at a slow speed to avoid the creation of electrostatic charges. Against the possibility of electrostatic charges: ensure a perfect equipotential connection, always use groundings, do not wear work clothes made of acrylic fibres, preferably wearing cotton clothing and conductive footwear. Comply with the essential security requirements for equipment and systems defined in Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX 100) and with the minimum requirements for protecting the security and health of workers under the selection criteria of Directive 1999/92/EC (ATEX 137). Consult section 10 for conditions and materials that should be avoided.

Technical recommendations to prevent ergonomic and toxicological risks

Do not eat or drink during the process, washing hands afterwards with suitable cleaning products.

Technical recommendations to prevent environmental risks

Due to the danger of this product for the environment it is recommended to use it within an area containing contamination control barriers in case of spillage, as well as having absorbent material in close proximity.

7.2 

Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities

 

Avoid sources of heat, radiation, static electricity and contact with food. For additional information see subsection 10. Maximum storage temp.: 25°C.

7.3 

Specific end use(s) 

 

Except for the instructions already specified it is not necessary to provide any special recommendation regarding the uses of this product.

08. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

8.1 

Control parameters 

 

There are no occupational exposure limits for the substances contained in the product.

DNEL (Workers):

Short exposure Long exposure

Identification Systemic Local Systemic Local

Cineole Oraln/an/an/an/a

CAS: 470-82-6Dermaln/an/a2mg/kgn/a

EC: 207-431-5Inhalationn/an/a7.05 mg/m3n/a

 

LinaloolOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS: 78-70-6Dermal5mg/kgn/a2.5mg/kgn/a

EC: 201-134-4Inhalation16.5 mg/m3n/a2.8mg/m3n/a

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-eneOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS: 18172-67-3Dermaln/an/an/an/a

EC: 242-060-2Inhalationn/an/a5.98mg/m3n/a

 

d-LimoneneOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS: 5989-27-5 Dermaln/an/an/an/a

EC: 227-813-5Inhalationn/an/a33.3mg/m3n/a

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-eneOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS:7785-70-8 Dermaln/an/a0.8mh/kgn/a

EC: 232-087-8 Inhalationn/an/a5.69mg/m3n/a

 

Inalyl acetateOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS:115-95-7Dermaln/an/a2.5mg/kgn/a

EC:204-116-4Inhalationn/an/a2.75mg/m3n/a

 

Pin-2(3)-enoOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS:50-56-8Dermaln/an/an/an/a

EC: 201-291-9Inhalationn/an/a5.98mg/m3n/a

 

7-methyl-3-methylene

octa-1,6-dieneOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS: 123-35-3Dermaln/an/a0.83mg/kgn/a

EC: 204-622-5Inhalationn/an/a5.83mg/m3n/a

 

CampheneOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS:79-92-5Dermal1.25mg/kgn/a0.21mg/kgn/a

EC:201-234-8Inhalation110.19 mg/m3n/a110.19 mg/m3n/a

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dienoOraln/an/an/an/a

CAS:586-62-9Dermaln/an/a0.52mg/kgn/a

EC:209-578-0Inhalationn/an/a3.6mg/m3n/a

 

DNEL (General population):

Short exposure Long exposure

Identification Systemic Local Systemic Local

Cineole Oraln/an/a600mg/kgn/a

CAS: 470-82-6Dermaln/an/a1mg/kgn/a

EC: 207-431-5Inhalationn/an/a1.74mg/m3n/a

 

LinaloolOral1.2mg/kgn/a0.2mg/kgn/a

CAS: 78-70-6Dermal2.5mg/kgn/a1.25mg/kgn/a

EC: 201-134-4Inhalation4.1mg/m3n/a0.7mg/m3n/a

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-eneOraln/an/a0.31mg/gn/a

CAS: 18172-67-3Dermaln/an/an/an/a

EC: 242-060-2Inhalationn/an/a1.06mg/m3n/a

 

d-LimoneneOraln/an/a4.76mg/kgn/a

CAS: 5989-27-5 Dermaln/an/an/an/a

EC: 227-813-5Inhalationn/an/a8.33mg/m3n/a

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-eneOraln/an/a0.3mg/kgn/a

CAS:7785-70-8 Dermaln/an/a0.3mg/kgn/a

EC: 232-087-8 Inhalationn/an/a1.0mg/m3n/a

 

Inalyl acetateOraln/an/a0.2mg/kgn/a

CAS:115-95-7Dermaln/an/a1.25mg/kgn/a

EC:204-116-4Inhalationn/an/a0.68mg/m3n/a

 

Pin-2(3)-enoOraln/an/a0.31mg/kgn/a

CAS:50-56-8Dermaln/an/an/an/a

EC: 201-291-9Inhalationn/an/a1.06mg/m3n/a

 

7-methyl-3-methylene

octa-1,6-dieneOraln/an/a0.42mg/kgn/a

CAS: 123-35-3Dermaln/an/a0.42mg/kgn/a

EC: 204-622-5Inhalationn/an/a1.25mg/m3n/a

 

CampheneOral0.625mg/kgn/a0.1mg/kgn/a

CAS:79-92-5Dermal0.625mg/kgn/a0.1mg/kgn/a

EC:201-234-8Inhalation54.3mg/m3n/a54.3 mg/m3n/a

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dienoOraln/an/a0.26mg/kgn/a

CAS:586-62-9Dermaln/an/a0.26mg/kgn/a

EC:209-578-0Inhalationn/an/a0.9mg/m3n/a

 

PNEC:

Identification

Cineole STP 10 mg/L Fresh water 0.057 mg/L

CAS: 470-82-6 Soil 0.2 mg/kg Marine water 0.0057 mg/L

EC: 207-431-5Intermittent 0.57 mg/L Sediment (Fresh water) 0.06732 mg/kg

Oral 133 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.00673 mg/kg

 

Linalool STP 10 mg/L Fresh water 0.2 mg/

CAS: 78-70-6 Soil 0.327 mg/kg Marine water 0.02 mg/L

EC: 201-134-4 Intermittent 2 mg/L Sediment (Fresh water) 2.22 mg/kg

Oral 7.8 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.222 mg/kg

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-ene STP 3.26 mg/L Fresh water 0.002 mg/

CAS: 18172-67-3 Soil 0.49 mg/kg Marine water 0.0002 mg/L

EC: 242-060-2 Intermittent n/a Sediment (Fresh water) 0.485 mg/kg

Oral 1.35 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.048 mg/kg

 

d-Limonene STP 1.8 mg/L Fresh water 0.0054 mg/L

CAS: 5989-27-5 Soil 0.262 mg/kg Marine water 0.00054 mg/L

EC: 227-813-5 Intermittent n/a Sediment (Fresh water) 1.32 mg/kg

Oral 3.33 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.13 mg/kg

 

P-menth-1-en-8-ol STP 2.6 mg/L Fresh water 0.068 mg/L

CAS: 98-55-5 Soil 0.329 mg/kg Marine water 0.0068 mg/L

EC: 202-680-6 Intermittent n/a Sediment (Fresh water) 1.85 mg/kg

Oral n/a Sediment (Marine water) 0.185 mg/kg

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-ene STP 6.6 mg/L Fresh water 0.00028 mg/

CAS: 7785-70-8 Soil 0.0146 mg/kg Marine water 0.000028 mg/L

EC: 232-087-8 Intermittent 2.8 mg/L Sediment (Fresh water) 0.0723 mg/kg

Oral 13.1 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.00723 mg/kg

 

Pin-2(3)-eno STP 3.26 mg/L Fresh water 0.004 mg/

CAS: 80-56-8 Soil 0.539 mg/kg Marine water 0.0004 mg/L

EC: 201-291-9 Intermittent n/a Sediment (Fresh water) 1.033 mg/kg

Oral 1.35 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.103 mg/kg

 

7-methyl-3-methyleneocta-1,6-diene STP 0.2 mg/L Fresh water 0.008 mg/L

CAS: 123-35-3 Soil 1.015 mg/kg Marine water 0.0008 mg/L

EC: 204-622-5 Intermittent n/a Sediment (Fresh water) 5.022 mg/kg

Oral 2.78 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.502 mg/kg

 

Camphene STP 10 mg/L Fresh water 0.00072 mg/

CAS: 79-92-5 Soil 0.0211 mg/kg Marine water 0.000072 mg/L

EC: 201-234-8 Intermittent 0.00072 mg/L Sediment (Fresh water) 0.0262 mg/kg

Oral 2.08 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.00262 mg/kg

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno STP 0.2 mg/L Fresh water 0.000634

CAS: 586-62-9 Soil 0.0291 mg/kg Marine water 0.0000634 mg/L

EC: 209-578-0 Intermittent 0.00634 mg/L Sediment (Fresh water) 0.147 mg/kg

Oral 10.31 g/kg Sediment (Marine water) 0.0147 mg/kg

 

8.2 

Exposure controls 

Protective Equipment

 

       

Process Conditions 

Provide eyewash station.( standard: DIN 12 899,  ISO 3864-1:2002) 
Provide emergency shower. (standard: ANSI Z358-1,  ISO 3864-1:2002)

Engineering Measures

Provide adequate ventilation. Use engineering controls to reduce air contamination.

Respiratory Equipment

Avoid inhalation. Mandatory respiratory tract protection.

PPE: Filter mask for gases and vapours

Labelling:  CE CAT III

CEN Standard: EN 405:2001+A1:2009

Remarks: Replace when there is a taste or smell of the contaminant inside the face mask. If the contaminant comes with warnings it is recommended to use isolation equipment

Hand Protection

Avoid contact with skin. Mandatory hand protection.

PPE: Protective gloves against minor risks.

Labelling: CE CAT I

Remarks: Replace gloves in case of any sign of damage. For prolonged periods of exposure to the product for professional users/industrials, we recommend using CE III gloves in line with standards EN 420 and EN 374.

Eye Protection

Avoid contact with eyes. Mandatory face protection.

PPE:  Panoramic glasses against liquid splash.

Labelling: CE CAT II

CEN Standard: EN 166:2001,   EN ISO 4007:2012

Remarks: Clean daily and disinfect periodically according to the manufacturer´s instructions. Use if there is a risk of splashing.

Other Protection

No additional data available.

Hygiene Measures

Good personal hygiene practices are always advisable, especially when working with chemicals / oils.

Personal Protection 

As a preventative measure it is recommended to use basic Personal Protection Equipment, with the corresponding <<CE marking>> in accordance with Directive 89/686/EC. For more information on Personal Protection Equipment (storage, use, cleaning, maintenance, class of protection,…) consult the information leaflet provided by the manufacturer. For more information see subsection 7.1. All information contained herein is a recommendation which needs some specification from the labour risk prevention services as it is not known whether the company has additional measures at its disposal.

Skin Protection 

Mandatory Complete bodily protection.

PPE:  Antistatic and fireproof protective clothing.

Labelling: CE CAT III

CEN Standard: EN 1149-1:2006,  EN 1149-2:1997,  EN 1149-3:2004,  EN 168:2001

EN ISO 14116:2008/AC:2009,  EN 1149-5:2008

Remarks: Limited protection against flames.

 

Mandatory foot protection.

PPE:  Safety footwear with antistatic and heat resistant properties.

Labelling: CE CAT III

CEN Standard: EN 13287:2008,  EN ISO 20345:2011

Remarks: Replace boots at any sign of deterioration.

 

Environmental Exposure Controls 

In accordance with the community legislation for the protection of the environment it is recommended to avoid environmental spillage of both the product and its container. For additional information see subsection 7.1.D

Volatile Organic Compounds:

With regard to Directive 2010/75/EU, this product has the following characteristics:

V.O.C. (Supply): 91.86 % weight

V.O.C. density at 20°C: 836.86 kg/m³ (836.86 g/L)

Average carbon number: 10

Average molecular weight: 151.47 g/mol

 

09. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

9.1 

Information on basic physical and chemical properties 

Appearance

Mobile liquid, pale yellow.

Colour

Pale yellow.

Odour

Characteristic - cineolic, with herbaceous aspect.

Relative Density

0.904  -  0.918  @ 20°C

Flash Point (°C)

51.0

Refractive Index

1.461-  1.464   @ 20°C

Melting Point (°C)

No additional data available.

Boiling Point (°C)

180.0.

Vapour Pressure

143Pa @ 20°C, 885Pa (1kPa) @ 50°C.

Solubility in Water @20°C

Insoluble in water.

Auto-ignition temperature (°C)

235.0

9.2 

Other information 

 

No additional data available.

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

10.1 

Reactivity

 

No hazardous reactions are expected because the product is stable under recommended storage conditions. See section 7.

10.2 

Chemical stability

 

Stable under the recommended handling, use  and storage conditions.

10.3 

Possible hazardous reactions

 

Under the specified conditions, hazardous reactions that lead to excessive temperatures or pressure are not expected.

10.4 

Conditions to Avoid

 

Applicable for handling and storage at room temperature:

Shock and friction Contact with air Increase in temperature Sunlight     Humidity

n/an/aRisk of combustionAvoid direct impactn/a

 

10.5 

Incompatible materials

 

Acids    Water Combustive materials Combustible materials Others

n/a    n/a     Avoid direct impact         n/aAvoid alkalis or strong bases

10.6 

Hazardous Decomposition Products

 

See subsection 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5 to find out the specific decomposition products. Depending on the decomposition conditions, complex mixtures of chemical substances can be released: carbon dioxide (CO2), carbon monoxide and other organic compounds.

11. TOXOLOGICAL INFORMATION

11.1 

Information on toxicological effects 

 

Acute Toxicity

The experimental information related to the toxicological properties of the product itself is not available. In case of exposure that is repetitive, prolonged or at concentrations higher than recommended by the occupational exposure limits, it may result in adverse effects on health depending on the means of exposure:

Ingestion (Acute effect)

Acute toxicity : Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for consumption. For more information see section 3.

Corrosivity/Irritability: The consumption of a considerable dose can cause irritation in the throat, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.

 

Specific toxicology information on the substances:

Acute ToxicityGenus

Cineole LD50 oral 2480 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 470-82-6 LD50 dermal >2000 mg/kg

EC: 207-431-5 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

Linalool LD50 oral 3000 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 78-70-6 LD50 dermal 5610 mg/kg Rabbit

EC: 201-134-4 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-ene LD50 oral 4800 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 18172-67-3 LD50 dermal >2000 mg/kg

EC: 242-060-2 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

Pin-2(3)-eno LD50 oral 3700 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 80-56-8 LD50 dermal 5100 mg/kg Rabbit

EC: 201-291-9 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

P-menth-1-en-8-ol LD50 oral 4300 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 98-55-5 LD50 dermal >2000 mg/kg

EC: 202-680-6 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

Inalyl acetate LD50 oral 14500 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 115-95-7 LD50 dermal 5610 mg/kg Rabbit

EC: 204-116-4 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

d-Limonene LD50 oral 4400 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 5989-27-5 LD50 dermal 5100 mg/kg Rabbit

EC: 227-813-5 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

7-methyl-3-methylene

octa-1,6-diene LD50 oral >2000 mg/kg

CAS: 123-35-3 LD50 dermal >2000 mg/kg

EC: 204-622-5 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-ene LD50 oral 3700 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 7785-70-8 LD50 dermal >2000 mg/kg

EC: 232-087-8 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L (4 h)

 

Camphene LD50 oral 5500 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 79-92-5 LD50 dermal 8189 mg/kg Rabbit

EC: 201-234-8 LC50 inhalation >5 mg/L

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno LD50 oral 3850 mg/kg Rat

CAS: 586-62-9 LD50 dermal 5100 mg/kg Rabbit

EC: 209-578-0 LC50 inhalation >20 mg/L

 

 

Skin corrosion / irritation

Contact with the skin and the eyes (acute effect):

Contact with the skin: Produces skin inflammation.

Contact with the eyes: Produces eye damage after contact.    

 

Serious eye damage / irritation

No additional data available.

 

Respiratory or skin sensitisation

Inhalation (Acute Effect):

Acute toxicity : Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for inhalation. For more information see section 3.

Corrosivity/Irritability: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for this effect. For more information see section 3.

Sensitising effects:

Respiratory: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous with sensitising effects. For more information see section 3.

Cutaneous: Prolonged contact with the skin can result in episodes of allergic contact dermatitis.

 

Germ Cell Mutagenicity

No additional data available.

 

Carcinogenicity

CMR effects (carcinogenicity, mutagenicity and toxicity to reproduction):

Carcinogenicity: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for the effects mentioned. For more information see section 3.

Mutagenicity: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for this effect. For more information see section 3.

Reproductive toxicity: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for this effect. For more information see section 3.

 

Reproductive toxicity

No additional data available.

 

STOT-single exposure

Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for this effect. For more information see section 3.

 

STOT-repeated exposure

Specific target organ toxicity (STOT)-repeated exposure: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for this effect. For more information see section 3.

Skin: Based on available data, the classification criteria are not met, as it does not contain substances classified as dangerous for this effect. For more information see section 3.

 

Aspiration hazard

The consumption of a considerable dose can cause pulmonary damage.

 

Photo-toxicity

No additional data available.

 

Other Information

No additional data available.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

12.1 

Toxicity

 

The experimental information related to the eco-toxicological properties of the product itself is not available.

Identification Acute toxicity Species Genus

Linalool LC50 27.8 mg/L (96 h) Oncorhynchus mykissFish

CAS: 78-70-6 EC50 59 mg/L (48 h) Daphnia magna Crustacean

EC: 201-134-4 EC50 88.3 mg/L (96 h) Scenedesmus subspicatus Algae

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-ene LC50 0.56 mg/L (96 h) Cyprinus carpio Fish

CAS: 18172-67-3 EC50 1.2 mg/L (48 h) Daphnia magna Crustacean

EC: 242-060-2 EC50 0.7 mg/L (72 h) Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata  Algae

 

d-Limonene LC50 0.1 - 1 mg/L (96 h) Fish

CAS: 5989-27-5 EC50 0.1 - 1 mg/L (48 h) Crustacean

EC: 227-813-5 EC50 0.1 - 1 mg/L Algae

 

P-menth-1-en-8-ol LC50 10 mg/L (96 h) Salmo gairdneri Fish

CAS: 98-55-5 EC50 n/a

EC: 202-680-6 EC50 n/a

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-ene LC50 0.28 mg/L (96 h) Pimephales promelas Fish

CAS: 7785-70-8 EC50 1.4 mg/L (48 h) Daphnia magna Crustacean

EC: 232-087-8 EC50 n/a

 

Inalyl acetate LC50 11 mg/L (96 h) Cyprinus carpio Fish

CAS: 115-95-7 EC50 15 mg/L (48 h) Daphnia magna Crustacean

EC: 204-116-4 EC50 62 mg/L (72 h) Desmodesmus subspicatus Algae

 

Camphene LC50 0.72 mg/L (96 h) Brachydanio rerio Fish

CAS: 79-92-5 EC50 46 mg/L (24 h) Daphnia magna Crustacean

EC: 201-234-8 EC50 n/a

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno LC50 0.8 mg/L (96 h) Danio rerio Fish

CAS: 586-62-9 EC50 0.63 mg/L (48 h) Daphnia magna Crustacean

EC: 209-578-0 EC50 0.7 mg/L (72 h) Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata  Algae

 

 

12.2 

Persistence & degradability

 

 

Identification Degradability Biodegradability

Linalool BOD5 n/a Concentration 100 mg/L

CAS: 78-70-6 COD n/aPeriod 28 days

EC: 201-134-4 BOD5/COD 0.55 % Biodegradable 90 %

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-ene BOD5 n/a Concentration 2 mg/L

CAS: 18172-67-3 COD n/a Period 28 days

EC: 242-060-2 BOD5/COD n/a% Biodegradable 76 %

 

d-Limonene BOD5 n/a Concentration n/a

CAS: 5989-27-5 COD n/a Period 28 days

EC: 227-813-5 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 100 %

 

P-menth-1-en-8-ol BOD5 n/a Concentration 100 mg/L

CAS: 98-55-5 COD n/a Period 14 days

EC: 202-680-6 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 84.6 %

 

Inalyl acetate BOD5 n/a Concentration 81 mg/L

CAS: 115-95-7 COD n/a Period 28 days

204-116-4 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 80 %

 

Pin-2(3)-eno BOD5 n/a Concentration 100 mg/L

CAS: 80-56-8 COD n/a Period 28 days

EC: 201-291-9 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 95 %

 

7-methyl-3-methylene

octa-1,6-diene BOD5 n/a Concentration 100 mg/L

CAS: 123-35-3 COD n/a Period 14 days

EC: 204-622-5 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 86 %

 

Camphene BOD5 n/a Concentration 100 mg/L

CAS: 79-92-5 COD n/a Period 28 days

EC: 201-234-8 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 4 %

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno BOD5 n/a Concentration 2 mg/L

CAS: 586-62-9 COD n/a Period 28 days

EC: 209-578-0 BOD5/COD n/a % Biodegradable 81 %

 

12.3 

Bioaccumulation Potential

 

Identification Bioaccumulation potential

Cineole BCF

CAS: 470-82-6 Pow Log 2.74

EC: 207-431-5 Potential

 

Linalool BCF 39

CAS: 78-70-6 Pow Log 2.97

EC: 201-134-4 Potential Moderate

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-ene BCF 1100

CAS: 18172-67-3 Pow Log 4.4

EC: 242-060-2 Potential Very High

 

d-Limonene BCF 660

CAS: 5989-27-5 Pow Log 4.83

EC: 227-813-5 Potential High

 

P-menth-1-en-8-ol BCF 110

CAS: 98-55-5 Pow Log 2.98

EC: 202-680-6 Potential High

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-ene BCF 1250

CAS: 7785-70-8 Pow Log 4.4

EC: 232-087-8 Potential Very High

 

Inalyl acetate BCF 174

CAS: 115-95-7 Pow Log 3.9

EC: 204-116-4 Potential High

 

Pin-2(3)-eno BCF 2800

CAS: 80-56-8 Pow Log 4.83

EC: 201-291-9 Potential Very High

 

7-methyl-3-methyleneocta-1,6-diene BCF 324

CAS: 123-35-3 Pow Log 5.29

EC: 204-622-5 Potential High

 

Camphene BCF 1290

CAS: 79-92-5 Pow Log 4.22

EC: 201-234-8 Potential Very High

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno BCF 334

CAS: 586-62-9 Pow Log 4.29

EC: 209-578-0 Potential High

 

12.4 

Mobility in soil

 

Identification Absorption/desorption Volatility

Cineole Koc n/a Henry n/a

CAS: 470-82-6 Conclusion n/a Dry soil n/a

EC: 207-431-5 Surface tension  3.24E-2 N/m (25 ºC) Moist soil n/a

 

(-)-pin-2(10)-ene Koc 2080 Henry n/a

CAS: 18172-67-3 Conclusion Low Dry soil n/a

EC: 242-060-2 Surface tension  2.685E-2 N/m (25 ºC) Moist soil n/a

 

d-Limonene Koc 6324 Henry n/a

CAS: 5989-27-5 Conclusion Dry soil n/a

EC: 227-813-5 Surface tension 2.675E-2 N/m (25 ºC)Moist soil n/a

 

(+)-pin-2(3)-ene Koc 7400 Henry n/a

CAS: 7785-70-8 Conclusion Immobile Dry soil n/a

EC: 232-087-8Surface tension  n/a Moist soil n/a

 

Inalyl acetate Koc 518 Henry 1.77E+2 Pa·m³/mol

CAS: 115-95-7 Conclusion Low Dry soil Yes

EC: 204-116-4 Surface tension n/a Moist soil Yes

 

Pin-2(3)-eno Koc n/a Henry n/a

CAS: 80-56-8 Conclusion n/a Dry soil n/a

EC: 201-291-9 Surface tension 2.587E-2 N/m (25 ºC) Moist soil n/a

 

7-methyl-3-methyleneocta-1,6-diene Koc 1300 Henry 6.515E+3 Pa·m³/mol

CAS: 123-35-3 Conclusion Low Dry soil n/a

EC: 204-622-5 Surface tension  n/a Moist soil Yes

 

Camphene Koc n/a Henry n/a

CAS: 79-92-5 Conclusion n/a Dry soil n/a

EC: 201-234-8 Surface tension 1.098E-2 N/m (205.93°C) Moist Soiln/a

 

P-menta-1,4(8)-dieno Koc 1120 Henry n/a

CAS: 586-62-9 Conclusion Low Dry soil n/a

EC: 209-578-0 Surface tension 2.865E-2 N/m (25 ºC) Moist soil n/a

 

12.5 

Results of PBT and vPvB Assessment

 

PBT: Not applicable.  vPvB: Not applicable.

12.6 

Other adverse effects

 

Do not allow product to enter streams, sewers or other waterways.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

13.1 

Waste treatment  methods

 

Waste Treatment methods:

Code: 16 03 05*

Description:Organic wastes containing dangerous substances

Waste class:(Regulation (EU) No1357/2014) Dangerous.

 

Type of waste (Regulation (EU) No 1357/2014):

Consult the authorized waste service manager on the assessment and disposal operations in accordance with Annex 1 and Annex 2 (Directive 2008/98/EC). As under 15 01 (2014/955/EC) of the code and in case the container has been in direct contact with the product, it will be processed the same way as the actual product. Otherwise, it will be processed as non-dangerous residue. We do not recommended disposal down the drain. See paragraph 6.2.

 

Regulations related to waste management:

In accordance with Annex II of Regulation (EC) nº1907/2006 (REACH) the community or state provisions related to waste management are stated

Community legislation: Directive 2008/98/EC, 2014/955/EU, Regulation (EU) No 1357/2014.

 

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

14.1 

UN number

 

UN No. Road

UN 1993

 

UN No. SEA

UN 1993

 

UN No. AIR

UN 1993

14.2 

UN proper shipping name

 

FLAMMABLE LIQUID, N.O.S. (Cineole)

14.3 

Transport hazard class(es)

 

ADR/RID/ADN Class:  3: Flammable Liquid

IMDG Class:3

ICAO Class/Division:3

 

Transport Labels

 

 

14.4 

Packing group

 

ADR/RID/ADN Packing group III

IMDG Packing group III

ICAO Packing group III

14.5 

Environmental hazards

 

Environmentally Hazardous Substance/Marine Pollutant

 

 

14.6 

Special precautions for user

 

ADR 2015 / RID 2015

Special regulations:274, 601, 640E

Tunnel restriction code: D/E

Physico-Chemical properties:see section 9.

Limited quantities: 5 L

 

IMDG 37-14

Special regulations:223, 274, 955

EmS Codes:F-E, S-E

Physico-Chemical properties:see section 9.

Limited quantities: 5 L

 

IATA/ICAO 2015

Physico-Chemical properties:see section 9

 

 

14.7 

Transport in bulk according to Annex II of MARPOL73/78 and the IBC code

 

No additional data available.

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

15.1 

Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixture

 

Statutory Instruments

The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2009 (S.I 2009 No. 716).

Guidance Notes

Workplace Exposure Limits EH40. CHIP for everyone HSG(108).

EU Legislation

Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), establishing a European Chemicals Agency, amending Directive 1999/45/EC and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 793/93 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 1488/94 as well as Council Directive 76/769/EEC and Commission Directives 91/155/EEC, 93/67/EEC, 93/105/EC and 2000/21/EC, including amendments.

 

Limitations to commercialisation and the use of certain dangerous substances and mixtures (Annex XVII REACH, etc ….):

Shall not be used, as substance or as mixtures in aerosol dispensers where these aerosol dispensers are intended for supply to the general public for entertainment and decorative purposes such as the following:

— metallic glitter intended mainly for decoration,

— artificial snow and frost,

— “whoopee” cushions,

— silly string aerosols,

— imitation excrement,

— horns for parties,

— decorative flakes and foams,

— artificial cobwebs,

— stink bombs.

15.2 

Chemical safety assessment

 

No additional information available.

16. OTHER INFORMATION

Hazard and/or Precautionary Statements in Full

H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction

H315: Causes skin irritation

H411: Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

H304: May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways

H226: Flammable liquid and vapour

H319: Causes serious eye irritation

Other Information

ADR: European agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road

IMDG: International maritime dangerous goods code

IATA: International Air Transport Association

ICAO: International Civil Aviation Organisation

COD: Chemical Oxygen Demand

BOD5: 5-day biochemical oxygen demand

BCF: Bioconcentration factor

LD50: Lethal Dose 50

CL50: Lethal Concentration 50

EC50: Effective concentration 50

Log-POW: Octanol–water partition coefficient

Koc: Partition coefficient of organic carbon

Revision Date

29/06/2016

Reason for revision

New SDS

Rev No/Repl, SDS Generated

01

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