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SAFETY DATA SHEET

1 - IDENTIFICATION OF THE PREPARATION AND OF THE COMPANY

IDENTIFICATION OF THE PREPARATION

OXYDATION ANODIQUE TA91 or ANODISATION Ti (code: 10051) or ANODISING SOLUTION TA91 (code: DSF8075)

USE OF THE PREPARATION This solution is used for anodising titan parts locally, using the selective brush plating process or the Dalistick tool. The treatment reduces the tendency to jamming and is sometimes completed by a lubricating operation. These electrolysis processes (brush or DALISTICK) can be applied locally, i.e. without immersion of the part, just where it is necessary. Thus, only small quantities of solutions are stored or used. With the DALISTICK, the solution circulates in a closed loop without flowing on the area to be treated.

COMPANY IDENTIFICATION DALIC - ZI de Plagué - 41, rue des Eaux - B.P. 90139 - 35501 VITRE CEDEX, FRANCE Manufacturer and Seller, tel.: (33) 2.99.75.36.99, fax: (33) 2.99.74.49.31. For information: sclaverie@dalicworld.com, tel.: (33) 2.99.75.53.88.

RELEVANT OFFICIAL ADVISORY BODY (France): INRS / Orfila, tel. (33) 1.45.42.59.59.

2 – HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

CHEMICAL NATURE Aqueous solution of acids containing notably more than 15% sulphuric acid.

PRODUCT CLASSIFICATION ACCORDING TO 1999/45/EC and 67/548/EC Symbol: C, risks phrases: R35

MAIN HAZARDS Adverse physicochemical effects - Fire or explosion: this product is not classified as flammable or explosive. However, it can be a secondary source of fire or explosion, for example following its action on metals (hydrogen that forms is flammable and exploding in some concentrations with air). Adverse effects on health Acidic and CORROSIVE preparation that can cause serious burns following a short contact (less than 3 minutes). Skin damages in its whole depth and disabling after-effects of eyes are possible if decontamination with water is not quickly achieved. Effects on the environment Is not classified as dangerous for the environment providing that the recommendations of the section 13 relative to disposal as well as the national or local provisions are followed.

Refer also to the paragraphs 11, 12, 13 and 15.

3 - COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

COMPONENTS OR IMPURITIES CONTRIBUTING TO THE HAZARDS (according to 1999/45/EC and 67/548/EC) Substances present in concentrations higher than the minimal level of danger: YES.

Regulated substance

 

H 2 SO 4 (19 th adaptation) Sulphuric Acid EC index N°: 016-020-00-8 CAS N°: 7664-93-9 EINECS N°: 231-639-5

Classification

of

the

 

pure substance

C

R35

S phrases

(1/2)- 26-30-45

Classification of the substance according to its concentration (in %)

15%

C R35 Xi R 36/38

5-15%

Concentration range in the preparation

15%

Substances present in concentrations lower than the minimal level of danger (if 1%): NO. Substances with the R33 phrase (if 1%) or the R64 phrase (if 1%) or sensitising substances (if 0.1%): NO. OTHER SUBSTANCES WITH WORKPLACE EXPOSURE LIMITS: NO.

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4 - FIRST AID MEASURES

CONTACT WITH SKIN Take off contaminated clothing and shoes. Wash immediately with plenty of water for 10 to 15 minutes. Don’t hesitate to take a shower. In all cases, don’t try to neutralize with bases and don’t apply any cream. If an irritation appears or if the contamination is large or in case of prolonged contact, seek medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES Rinse immediately with plenty of water for approximately 15 minutes. Always call an ophthalmologist.

INHALATION Theoretically, not applicable. Under abnormal conditions of use causing considerable inhalation, remove the casualty from the contaminated area, let him take a rest in a well-ventilated room and seek medical advice. A delayed pulmonary oedema may appear. A clinical, biological and radiological supervision and a treatment may be necessary in that case.

INGESTION Don’t try to induce vomiting. Do not give anything to drink. Transfer quickly into hospital. Complications may appear later.

PROTECTION OF THE FIRST-AIDERS Wear gloves and according to the situation: glasses, clothes and protective shoes, a mask.

5 - FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA Dry ice, powders.

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA WHICH SHALL NOT BE USED Water.

SPECIFIC HAZARDS Prevent any material from entering drains or waterways or soil.

Dangerous thermal decomposition products: in particular, vapours of sulphur oxides and oxygen. Hydrogen evolution is possible.

PROTECTION OF THE FIRE-FIGHTERS Because of the substances produced during thermal decomposition, use approved self-contained breathing equipment and protective clothing in case of intervention.

6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS Avoid contact with skin and eyes: wear gloves, glasses, overalls and safety boots. In case of contact, dispose of all contaminated clothing and shoes and wash thoroughly in water.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS Do not allow the product to be thrown away. Recover as much as possible for processing within the firm or by an approved centre.

METHODS FOR CLEANING UP With water to remove all non-recoverable product. Before throwing rinsing water, check the pH is between 5.5 and 8.5.

7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING Use as supplied. Close containers (in PE) tightly after use with the original cap. Do not re-use containers with another product.

STORAGE Store in a room on a spill-retaining vat away from alkaline or reducing products, metals and flammable compounds. Keep in original containers only, between 5 and 30°C if possible away from direct sun-light. The maximum recommended shelf life is three years from the date of manufacture under normal conditions of storage.

8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

EXPOSURE CONTROLS TECHNICAL MEASURES No drinking, eating or smoking on the workplace. Maintain the premises and the workplace in a perfect state of cleanliness and clean them frequently. As the product is used at ambient temperature during a short time, the values below are generally not reached. They depend on the treatment time, the surface area treated and on the quality of the workshop air extraction.

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EXPOSURE LIMIT VALUES IN AIR

 

Sulphuric acid

France: decisions of 26 October 2007, of 30 June 2004, INRS file ND 2098

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Average value (8h) = 1 mg/m Limit value (15 min) = 3 mg/m 3 (INRS file ND 2098)

Directives 2006/15/EC, 2000/39/EC and 91/322/EC

Not applicable

PERSONAL PROTECTION Provide a shower, a powerful tap and sink unit and an eye basin near the workplace.

- Respiratory protection: during brush electrolysis, provide as far as possible an inhaling of the sprays / vapours where they are created and extraction out of the premises. Or work in a ventilated room and wear if necessary a filtering FFP3 mask (EN 149:2001 standard) or a E2P3 cartridge (EN 405:2002 standard). During electrolysis with the DALISTICK tool, these measures are not necessary, work taking place in a closed loop.

- Hand protection: wear imperatively gloves (in nitrile, neoprene or PVC).

- Eye protection: wear imperatively glasses with lateral protections or a facial screen. Do not wear contact lenses.

- Skin protection: wear overalls and safety boots.

9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

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Appearance: colourless liquid.

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Odour: odourless.

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pH: <1.

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Relative density: 1.16.

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Solubility: miscible in water in all proportions.

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Boiling point: approximately 100°C.

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Crystallisation / melting point: < 0°C.

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Flammability: nil.

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Oxidising properties: nil.

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Danger of fire or explosion: no, but the product can be a secondary source of fire or explosion, for example following its action on metals (if large quantities of hydrogen are produced in a small space). It can also react vigorously with some compounds (see section 10) especially in a concentrated or dehydrated state.

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Other properties: not applicable.

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- STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

STABILITY Good at ambient temperature with water evaporation for only risk. Good in humidity and light.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID High temperatures: decomposition of some constituents from 290°C. MATERIALS TO AVOID Notably bases, reducing products, metals (notably in powder), flammable or organic compounds, carbides, chlorates, chromates, permanganates, nitrates, fulminates, cyanides… HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS Fumes containing in particular oxides of sulphur (from 290°C) and oxygen (above 450°C).

11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No data are available regarding the preparation. The evaluation of health hazards has been realised thanks to directives 67/548/EC, 1999/45/EC and bibliographical data.

SKIN, EYE MUCOSA, IN CASE OF INGESTION Serious burns following a short contact (less than 3 minutes). Skin damages in its whole depth and disabling after-effects of eyes are possible. Bloody vomiting, ulcerations and haemorrhages in case of ingestion with risk of delayed complications in the following days. The gravity depends on the length of contact before treatment and on the applied quantity.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Theoretically, not applicable: little sprays during brush electrolysis and very little sprays with the DALISTICK. Under abnormal situation, exposure to weak or to moderate concentrations of sprays gives a slight irritation of the superior respiratory system, or even an acceleration of the respiratory rhythm. Exposure to high concentrations induces an intense irritation with pains and cough. After exposure, in case of massive inhalation, a delayed pulmonary oedema may appear with risk of bacterial infection. Finally, after treatment, the respiratory and ocular after-effects are generally small.

OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES: no (in FRANCE).

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12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

There are no ecological data on the preparation. Prevent any material from entering drains or waterways or earth. In general, a pH lower than 5 is fatal.

ECOTOXICITY Bibliographic data concerning sulphuric acid at 94-98 %:

FISH-LC50 (24h) = 82 mg / L, DAPHNIA-EC50 (24h) = 29 mg / L. MOBILITY Sulphuric acid is very mobile in soils and dissolves quickly in water.

PERSISTENCE AND DEGRADABILITY

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BIOACCUMULATION Sulphuric acid has a weak bioaccumulative potential.

OTHER ADVERSE EFFECTS No other information.

According to the applicable EC directives, it is not appropriate to apply theNsymbol DANGEROUS FOR THE ENVIRONMENTto this preparation.

13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

This product and water used for rinsing must not be thrown away notably because of their acidity and their content in metals after use. They must be processed within the firm or destroyed by an approved organization. Contaminated packaging if not re-used with the same product is also special waste to be sent to an approved organization for recycling or disposal. Classification according to the commission directive 2000/532/EC of 3 May 2000 and its modifications (in particular 2001/118/EC, OJ L47). Use the mandatory documents to follow-up the waste products.

06

03 13* or

Solid salts and solutions containing heavy metals

11

01 05*

Pickling acids

11

01 11*

Aqueous rinsing liquids containing dangerous substances

15

01 10*

Packaging containing residues of or contaminated by dangerous substances

As the volume of rinsing water is small, it can be added to the waste solutions. NOTE: in addition to the community provisions, it can be specific legislative and administrative, national or local provisions on this topic.

14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION

A.D.R. (road transport) Sulfuric acid with 51 % or less acid, UN N°2796, class 8, classification code: C1, packaging group II, hazard label model 8, restricted quantities LQ22, hazard code 80, material identification n° 2796.

I.M.D.G. (sea transport) Sulfuric acid with not more than 51 % acid, UN N° 2796, class 8, subsidiary risk label: not applicable, packaging group II, restricted quantities: 1 L, stowing and separation: category B, safety sheets F-A, S-B.

I.A.T.A. (air transport) Sulphuric acid with 51 % or less acid, UN N° 2796, class 8, subsidiary risk: not applicable, risk label: CORROSIVE, packaging group II, Passenger and cargo aircraft: packaging instructions 809, maximum quantity per package: 1 L, Cargo aircraft only: packaging instructions 813, maximum quantity per package: 30 L, instruction IDC: 8L.

15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION

This safety data sheet has been established in accordance with the Corrigendum to Regulation (EC) n° 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of December 18, 2006, OJ L136, 29.05.2007. The preparation labelling has been established in compliance with the directive 67/548/EC (until the 29 th adaptation:

directive 2004/73/EC of April 29, 2004) and the directive 1999/45/EC reviewed in last in January 23, 2006 by the directive 2006/8/EC.

EC LABELLING: CORROSIVE Aqueous preparation containing in particular sulphuric acid (> 15 %). R35: causes severe bums. S26: in case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. S28: after contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water. S36/37/39: wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye / face protection. S45: in case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where possible).

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HEALTH SURVEILLANCE Council Directive 98/24/EC of 7 April 1998 on the protection of the health and safety of workers from the risks related to chemical agents at work An appropriate health surveillance of workers must be carried out according to the risk. For each worker who undergoes this health surveillance, individual health and exposure records are to be made and kept up-to-date.

Other paragraphs in the French version of this safety data sheet summarize French rules regarding:

administrative declarations and rules,

environment laws regarding rinsing water treatment.

The situation of the company has to be examined in relation to the specific legislative and administrative, national or local provisions on these topics. Additional information is provided in paragraphs 8, 11, 12, 13 and 14.

16 - OTHER INFORMATION

RESTRICTION OF USE For industrial use only. We remain available to bring you the advice or training you may need.

R PHRASES OF THE PURE COMPONENTS LISTED IN SECTION 3

R35: causes severe burns.

R PHRASES OF THE PREPARATION ACCORDING TO THE SECTIONS 2 AND 15

R35: causes severe burns.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES European directives, INRS files, safety data sheets of the components established by their manufacturers or distributors, information of European Office of the chemical substances (ECB).

MODIFICATIONS

Information about Dalistick added.

OTHER INFORMATION This sheet is provided to complement, not replace, the user instructions. Information contained herein is bona fide and based on current knowledge relating to the product on the date of publication. Furthermore, the attention of the user is drawn to the risks which may be incurred when the product is used for purposes other than those for which it is designed. Information provided herein relates to this product only; it cannot take account of every situation which may arise at every work place. This safety data sheet therefore represents only a part of the information required for establishing a safety programme. Under no circumstances does this sheet dispense the user from the need to know and to apply all of the regulations governing its activity, which are not all necessarily quoted herein in an exhaustive manner.