ProCoat Resin
ProCoat Hardener

Reaction product bisphenol F with epichlorohydrin (number average molecular weight ≤ 700):
NDS not determined
NDSCh not determined
Derived no-effect (DNEL) levels and predicted no-effect concentrations
adverse effects (PNEC)
104.15 mg / kg / day employees
29.39 mg / m³ Employees
62.5 mg / kg / day General
8.7 mg / m³ General
Long-lasting 6.25 mg / kg / day General
Short-term/Local 8.3 μg / cm² Employees
Sweet water 0.003 mg / l
Salt water 0.0003 mg / l
Wastewater treatment plant 10 mg / l
Freshwater sediment 0.294 mg / kg s.m.
Sediment in sea water 0.0294 mg / kg s.m.
Soil 0.237 mg / kg s.m.
Periodic release 0.0254 mg / l
Alkyl glycidyl ether (C12-14):
NDS not determined
NDSCh not determined
The DNELs are:
DNEL short time; employee; skin; systemic: 17 mg / kg / day
DNEL short time; employee; inhalation; systemic: 29 mg / m3,
DNEL short time; employee; skin; locally: 68 mg / cm3,
DNEL short time; employee; inhalation; locally: 9.8 mg / m3,
DNEL long time; employee; cutaneous, systemic: 3.9 mg / kg bw / day
DNEL long time; employee; inhalation; systemic: 13.8 mg / m3,
DNEL long time; employee; skin; locally: 1.7 mg / cm3,
DNEL long time; employee; inhalation; locally: 0.98 mg / m3,
DNEL short time; consumer; cutaneous, systemic: 10 mg / kg bw / day,
DNEL short time; consumer; inhalation; systemic: 7.6 mg / m3,
DNEL short time; consumer; oral; systemic: 1219 mg / kg bw / day,
DNEL short time; consumer; cutaneous, locally: 40 mg / cm3,
DNEL short time; consumer; inhalation; locally: 2.9 mg / m3,
DNEL long time; consumer; cutaneous, systemic: 2.35 mg / kg / day,
DNEL long time; consumer; inhalation; systemic: 4.1 mg / m3,
DNEL long time; consumer; oral; systemic: 1 mg / kg bw / day,
DNEL long time; consumer; cutaneous, locally: 1 mg / cm3,
DNEL long time; consumer; inhalation; locally: 1.46 mg / m3.
The PNEC values ​​are:
PNEC water (water): 0.0072 mg / L,
PNEC water (sea water): 0.00072 mg / L,
PNEC water (periodic release): 0.072 mg / L,
PNEC sediment (water): 66.77 mg / kg dw,
PNEC sediment (sea water): 6,677 mg / kg dw,
PNEC earth: 80.12 mg / kg dw,
PNEC wastewater treatment plant (STP): 10 mg / L
8.2. Exposure controls
Observe the rules of safety and hygiene. Apply the individual protection measures listed in
point 8.2.2. Do not eat, drink or smoke during work. Before break and after work
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
8.2.1. Appropriate technical control measures
Procedures for monitoring concentrations of hazardous components in the air should be applied as well procedures for checking the cleanliness of air in the workplace – if they are available and justified on the given position - in accordance with the appropriate reference methods.
The mode, type and frequency of tests and measurements should meet the requirements contained in the regulation Minister of Health of February 2, 2011 on the testing and measurement of agents harmful to health in the work environment (Journal of Laws No. 33, item 166).
8.2.2. Personal protective equipment such as personal protective equipment.
The personal protection equipment used should meet the national requirements contained in Regulation of the Minister of Economy of December 21, 2005 on the essential requirements for personal protective equipment (Journal of Laws No. 259, item 2173) and Regulation (EU) 425/2016.
The employer is obliged to provide protection measures appropriate to the activities performed and their maintenance and purification.
a) Eye or face protection
Use safety glasses (goggles) or face protection.
b) Skin protection
Hand protection
Use suitable protective gloves resistant to chemical agents with a minimum thickness 0.4mm tested in accordance with the PN-EN 374 standard - eg nitrile rubber.
Body protection
Wear protective clothing and safety footwear appropriate to the type of activities performed. Clean contaminated clothing with regular washing.
c) Respiratory protection
In conditions of good ventilation of the workplace, individual respiratory protection is not required. In case of excessive concentration of fumes, use a mask or half-mask according to EN- 140 with filter type A.
8.2.3. Environmental exposure controls
In order to limit the impact on the environment and human health, the recommendations contained in it must be observed
in this safety data sheet. When performing operations with the product in elevated
temperatures, use efficient ventilation systems equipped with counteracting devices
emission of gases to atmospheric air. Do not contaminate the water with the product or its packaging. Protect against product or packaging getting into sewers, water reservoirs, rivers, groundwater and soil. It is prohibited to recover or dispose of the product, packaging and waste packaging products outside the installations or devices intended for this purpose, meeting the requirements set out in the provisions of the Waste Act.
Section 9: Physical and chemical properties
9.1 Information on basic physical and chemical properties
Physical state: low viscosity liquid
color: colorless to light yellow
smell: characteristic
odor threshold: not marked
pH value: approx. 6.6
melting / freezing point: not determined
glass transition temperature: not determined
initial boiling point:> 250 ° C (does not boil)
Flash point:> 124 ° C
auto-ignition temperature: 405 ° C (998 hPa)
evaporation rate: not determined
flammability (solid, gas): not applicable
upper / lower explosion limit: not determined
vapor pressure (20 ° C, 50 ° C): not determined
vapor density: not determined
density (20 ° C): 1.12 g / cm 3
partition coefficient: n-octanol / water: 3.242 (25 ° C, pH = 7.1) reaction product: bisphenol A with epichlorohydrin
3.77 log POW (20 ° C) alkyl glycidyl ether (C12-14)
viscosity (25 ° C): 700 ÷ 900 mPas
explosive properties: not determined
Oxidizing properties: not applicable
solubility: insoluble in water it dissolves in ketones, esters, alcohols and aromatic hydrocarbons
9.2 Other information
Section 1 0: Stability and food reactivity
10.1 Reactivity
The product reacts with amines, curing amides, strong acids
minerals, bases and strong oxidizing agents.
10.2 Chemical stability
With proper use and storage the product is stable.
10.3 Possibility of dangerous reactions
When proceeding according to the purpose and conditions of use and storage there are no recommended conditions. Curing with Lewis acid / base hardeners can be very rapid - with the release of heat.
10.4 Conditions to avoid
Avoid direct sunlight and access of moisture.
10.5 Incompatible materials
Amines, amides that cure the substance, strong oxidizing agents and strong mineral acids
or rules.
10.6. Hazardous decomposition products
When properly used and stored, they do not occur - they can occur in the event of a fire
(subsection 5.2).
Section 1 1: Toxicological information
11.1. Information on toxicological effects
The product was classified using the calculation method, using limit concentrations, given in Part 3, Annex I, CLP Regulation.
Epoxy resin obtained from bisphenol A and epichlorhydrin with an average molecular weight ≤700
Acute toxicity:
The LD50 values ​​of oral administration and dermal exposure are greater than 15000 and 15000, respectively 23,000 mg / kg for tests carried out before 1982. More recent studies have been carried out at much lower doses without stating the effects associated with the study. LD50 values ​​for oral administration and dermal exposure are higher than the highest doses tested.
- oral route: LD50 rat:> 2000 mg / kg (female)
LD50 rat:> 15000 mg / kg (male)
- dermal route: LD50 rat:> 2000 mg / kg (male / female)
LD50 rabbit:> 3450 mg / kg (female)


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