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YTONG-fix (Health and safety data sheet for TONG-fix thin joint mortar)

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Health and safety data sheet for YTONG-fix thin joint mortar

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Health and safety data sheet for YTONG-fix thin joint mortar Authority Issued under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, the Consumer Protection Act 1987 and Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002. Name of company Xella BE nv/sa Kruibeeksesteenweg 24 B-2070 Burcht Belgium Caution, wet floors on which this powder is spilt may become very slippery. Risk of dust explosion in sufficient oxygen and dust concentration conditions (LEL 15 g/m3). Avoid breathing dust. Application YTONG-fix is a thin joint mortar for use with Ytong blocks and panels. First aid measures Skin:...

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Accidental release Spillages should be either vacuum collected or dampened before physical recovery avoiding dust generation. Do not allow disposal into drains or sewers. Contaminated materials should not be used and should be safely disposed of according to local authority regulations. Dust particles may also arise from handling packaged products or spillages and may cause irritation if allowed to enter the eyes, respiratory tract or contact with the skin. Where dust arises in the atmosphere, suitable eye, face, hand, respiratory and body protection should be employed by all persons...

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Physical and chemical properties Form Free flowing solid (powder), in 25 kg bags Colour Light grey Odour None pH 12 – 13 when mixed according to instructions Bulk density 80 kg/m3 up to 2.200 kg/m3 approx. Solubility Soluble in water, insoluble in most polar solvents Autoflammability 360 °C (dust) Lower explosive 15 g/m3 (dust) limit (LEL) Stability and reactivity YTONG-fix is chemically stable. No hazardous chemicals are known to be formed during use of this product. Avoid damp conditions during storage. Toxicological information Skin: YTONG-fix may cause alkali burns to skin when product...

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What you should know This data sheet does not constitute or serve as a substitute for the user’s own assessment of the risks of using this product in the workplace. It is the purchaser’s responsibility to ensure that the date given in this sheet is brought to the attention of anyone in their employ who are to handle or use this product. The advice given herein applies only when the product is used for the stated application. Construction (design and management) regulations: The following information is provided to assist clients, designers, planning supervisors and contractors in the...

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Other information Xella’s technical staff are on hand to render assistance with written or telephone enquiries. Xella UK P.O Box 10028 Sutton Coldfield United Kingdom B75 7ZF Tel: +44 (0) 870 609 0306 Fax: +44 (0) 870 240 2948 Xella BE nv/sa Kruibeeksesteenweg 24 B-2070 Burcht Belgie Tel: +32 (0)3 - 250 47 00 Fax: +32 (0)3 - 250 47 06 Xella Nederland BV Postbus 23 4200 AA GORINCHEM Nederland Tel: +31 (0) 183 67 12 34 Fax: +31 (0) 183 67 12 39 W: E: w: E W: Disclaimer: Every effort has been...

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