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Safety Data Sheet 1,3-Butadiene

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SECTION 1: IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBSTANCE


Product name Chemical Family CAS Number Chemical Name Synonyms Type of use Company 1,3-Butadiene Hydrocarbons 106-99-0 1,3 Butadiene buta-1,3-diene, Biethylene, Bivinyl, Vinyl ethylene, Divinyl For synthetic rubbers (SBR) production, latexes production (carpeting, colorants), plastic materials (ABS) and liquid rubbers productions. HIP-Petrohemija Pancevo Customer Service Spoljnostarcevacka 82 Tel: +381(0)13 307 000 26000 Pancevo Fax: +381(0)13 310 207 Republic of Serbia Email (competent person): prodaja@hip-petrohemija.rs Webpage: www.hip-petrohemija.com REACHLaw Ltd. (acting as only Tel: +358(0) 9 412 3055 representative according to REACH Fax:+358(0) 9 412 3049 Article 8) Email (competent person): Keilaranta 15 SDS@reachlaw.fi 02150, Espoo, Finland Webpage: www.reachlaw.fi See Section 16. for the list of telephone numbers of poison centers in the European Economic Area

Supplier

Emergency Contact (24h)

SECTION 2: HAZARD IDENTIFICATION


CLP: F+ - Extremely flammable; T Toxic GHS: DANGER! Flamable gases cat. 1; H220; DANGER! Gases under pressure; DANGER! Carc. cat. 1A ; H350; DANGER! Muta. cat. 1B; H340 Adverse environmental effects Adverse physical-chemical effects Not classified as dangerous. The product evaporates readily. The vapours are uninhibited and may form polymers in vents or flame arresters of storage tanks, resulting in blockage of vents. The substance may polymerize due to worming with fire or explosion hazard. The substance decomposes explosively on rapid heating under pressure.

Signs and Symptoms of Acute Exposure May cause irritation and redness. May be absorbed through the skin. May cause swelling. May cause Skin frostbite (liquid form). May cause irritation to the respiratory system. May cause headache, nausea and vomiting. May cause Inhalation unconsciousness. Lack of oxygen may cause unconsciousness, in extreme cases can cause death. May cause fatigue. Gas iz mild irritant, may cause irritation, tearing, redness. . May cause blurred vision. Liquid form may Eyes cause frostbite, irritation, tearing, redness An unlikely route of exposure. May cause frostbite to mouth and throat tissues Ingestion Chronic Health Effects The substance may effect on the bone marrow, resulting in leukaemia. This substance is probably carcinogenic to humans. May cause heritable genetic damage in humans. Animal tests show that this substance possibly causes toxic effect upon human reproduction.

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Conditions Aggravated by Exposure

Repeated exposures may cause injury to lungs, liver and kidneys. Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause a general deterioration of health.

SECTION 3: COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS


EU Inventory All components listed on European Inventory of Existing Chemical Substances (EINECS) Component Name 1,3-Butadiene CAS # 106-99-0 EU Inventory EC # 203-450-8 Index No. (Annex 1, Directive 67/548/EEC) 601-013-00-X Note: (D) Concentration Wt.% 96,6

1,3-Butadiene Classification and Labeling Pictogram

CLP

GHS

Clasification (Hazard Class and Category Code GHS) Risk Phrases (Hazard statement GHS)

F+; Extremely flammable.

T; Toxic

DANGER! Flamable gases, cat. 1

DANGER! Gases under pressure

DANGER! Carc. cat. 1A Muta. cat. 1B

R12 Extremely flammable.

R45 May cause cancer R46 May cause heritable genetic damage

H220 Extremely flammable gas H350 May cause cancer H340 May cause genetic defects

SECTION 4: FIRST AID MEASURES


General Stop exposure. Check basic vital functions (blood circulation, breathing, consciousness). By unconsciousness with spontaneous breathing and blood circulation stabilized position. Immediately perform cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (i.e. heart-lung reanimate cardiac massage, artificial respiration) by blood circulation and breathe stopping. Immediately obtain medical attention. Remove victim to fresh air. If breathing is difficult administer oxygen. If not breathing, have qualified person give artificial respiration. Obtain medical attention. In case of skin contact with cold liquid, treat for frostbite if necessary by gently warming affected areas. Immediately flush skin with plenty of water while removing contaminated clothing and shoes. Anti shock measures. Consult a physician immediately. Wash with plenty of water, gently and thoroughly for at least 15 minutes, even below eyelids to ensure complete flushing of eye surface. Use warm water. Obtain immediate medical attention. Consult an ophthalmologist. Do not ware contact lenses during work. If an affected victim has spasms, is unconscious or falls unconscious, do not induce vomiting. If an affected victim is not unconscious, let a person drink about 1/4 l of water. After spontaneous vomiting repeat

Inhalation Skin

Eyes

Ingestion

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Note to Physician

No specific antidote, treat symptomatically Treat unconsciousness, frostbite, nausea, hypotension, seizures and cardiac arrhythmia in the conventional manner. Sympathomimetics and catecholamines should be avoid or used with caution (lowest effective dose) because of possible cardiac sensitization. Administer oxygen by mask if there is respiratory distress. Treatment of overexposure should be direct at controlling the symptoms and clinical condition of a patient. After adequate first aid, no further treatment is necessary unless symptoms reappear.

SECTION 5: FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES


Flammable Properties Extremely flammable, Gas/air mixtures are explosive. High risk of fire in case of leakage. The gas is heavier than air and may travel along the ground ignition possible. Small fire - dry powder (ABC), CO2, Large fire - water mist, eventually water spray DO NOT USE FOAM.

Extinguishing Media Extinguishing Media (which shall not be used for safety reasons) Hazardous Combustion Products

Protective Equipment/Clothing Fire Fighting Guidance

Coplete combustion may proceede: carbon dioxide, water vapour Incomplete combustion may proceed: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and/or low molecular weight hydrocarbons aldehides and ketones. Danger of polymerisation after heating and after action of air oxygen explosive character of polymerisation Self-contained breathing apparatus and complete protective clothing Keep unnecessary personnel away. Combat fire from a maximum distance and sheltered position. Avoid inhaling any smoke and combustion materials. Immediately whit draws in case of fire and container venting or heat discoloration of a container.

SECTION 6: ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES


Extra personal protection Environmental precautions Complete protective clothing including self-contained breathing apparatus. Prevent from entering environment and drains. If major spillage occurs, contact the proper local authorities. Cover sewer inlets and prevent from leakage of product into the water system. After leakage of liquid into drains or wastewater system - danger of explosion. Ask the experts. Danger of polymerisation after heating and after action of the air oxygen - explosive character of polymerisation. Than it is a necessary create large safety area. Caution population in habitable and industrial areas. Liquefied product evaporated rapidly. Let product controllably" burn up in the presence of the firemen if needed The product evaporates readily. In a case of cold weather (low temperatures) cover substance with non-combustible absorbent material (sand, universal binders) forward for disposal in a closed containers. Use water spray to reduce the vapour content in the air.

Recommended methods for cleaning and disposal

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SECTION 7: HANDLING AND STORAGE


Handling Use antistatic personal protective equipment by handling. Ensure a sufficient air exchange in work areas. All electric and using components must be explosion proof. Eliminate all possible sources of ignition in work area. Prevent from accumulation of static charges. Prevent from leakage of product into drains and water system. Do not use open fire in the near of the product. Non-stabile peroxides can be formed from reaction of product with Oxygen rich substances or rusty iron. Peroxides, acids, alkaline earth metals and various metals compounds (Aluminium, Iron and Antimony chloride) catalyse - possibility of polymerisation. Transport this product only with an inhibitor. Suitable materials for containers - steel, stainless steel and nickel. Copper and its alloys can be damaged. For synthetic rubbers (SBR) production, latexes production (carpeting, colorants), plastic materials (ABS) and liquid rubbers productions

Storage

Specific use(s)

SECTION 8: EXPOSURE CONTROLS AND PERSONAL PROTECTION


ACGIH exposure limit lists have been checked for major components listed with CAS registry numbers. Other exposure limits may apply, check with proper authorities ACGIH TLV 2 ppm (TWA) 1,3 - Butadiene OSHA PEL 1 ppm (8-hour TWA) 5 ppm (15-minute STEL) NIOSH REL Lowest Feasible Concentration MDK (R.Serbia) 22 mg/m3, 10 ppm (8 hour) Yes Chemical Safety Report Not available Derived No Effect Levels (DNEL) Predicted No Effect Concentration (PNEC) Engineering methods to reduce hazardous exposure are preferred controls. Methods include Engineering mechanical ventilation (dilution and local exhaust) process or personal enclosure, remote and Controls automated operation, control of process conditions, leak detection and repair systems. Personal protective equipment should not be considered a long-term solution to exposure control. Persons in ill health where such illness would be aggravated by exposure to product should not be allowed to work with or handle this product.. Use protective masks with filter AX with organic vapours canister at lower concentrations and selfInhalation contained breathing apparatus at higher concentrations. Antistatic protective working cloth, antistatic shoes, if needed chemical protective clothing and in Skin case of fire-fighting use non-flammable suit. Protective gloves (from chloroprene, butylnitril or from another material resistant to this substance) Hands Goggles / protection glasses face shield or mask of breathing apparatus. Not wear contact lenses by Eyes work with 1,3-butadiene. Environmental exposure controls should be in accordance with applicable regional, Environmental exposure national, and local laws and regulations. controls Ensure a sufficient air exchange in work areas and do not get over PEL. Use Additional Remarks personal protective equipment. Prevent from leakage of the product in the environment, water and drains

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SECTION 9: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES


Physical state and Appearance Colour Odour Odour Threshold pH Boiling Point/Boiling Range Melting Point Flash Point Auto-ignition Flammability classification Lower Flammable (explosion) Limit Upper Flammable (explosion) Limit Gaseous, compressed liquefied gas Colourless Slightly aromatic 1,0 - 3,5 mg/m3 Not determined -4,7 C -108,7 C -85 C 430 C Extremely flammable 1.1 % vol. 12.5 % vol. Explosive Properties Oxidizing Properties Vapour Pressure Evaporation Rate Relative Density at 20oC (water=1) Solubility (Water) Partition Coefficient Octanol/Water (Log Pow) Viscosity Relative Vapour Density (air=1) Additional Physical and Chemical Properties Explosive none 250 kPa not determined liquid (liquefied gas) 621 kg/m3 0,07 %Wt. not determined not determined 1,87 soluble in organic solvents (Methanol, Ethanol, Cyclohexane, Ether, Benzene, Acetone in oils - unlimited miscible

SECTION 10: STABILITY AND REACTIVITY


Chemical Stability Conditions to Avoid Substances to Avoid Stability is dependent on content of inhibitor in product and on storage temperature and storage time of product. Aerobic storage, high temperature, absence of stabilising agent. Prevent from contact with water and oxygen. Heating under pressure, in atmosphere, by mixing with phenol and crotonaldehyde may give explosion. Peroxides, acids, alkaline earth metals and various metals compounds (Aluminium, Iron and Antimony chloride) catalyse - possibility of polymerisation with explosive character. CO, CO2 Possibility of polymerisation , so product is by production stabilized and it is stable under given storage and transport conditions. Heating up and atmospheric oxygen activity - danger of the polymerisation with explosive character; acrid smokes are liberated, thermal decomposition produces carbon oxides. In case of leakage of liquid into water system or drains, cower inlets and prevent from leakage of product into the rivers. Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame.

Decomposition Products Hazardous Polymerization Reactions with Air and Water

Advice to prevent explosion

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SECTION 11: TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION


Acute Toxicity Product has narcotic effects. Exposure may cause eye irritation, nasal mucous membrane and larynx irritation, sickness, headaches, giddiness, and unconsciousness 1,3-butadiene LC50 Inhalation Rat 285 mg/m3/4h LC50 Inhalation Mouse 270 mg/m3/2h LD50 Oral Rat 5480 mg/kg LD50 Dermal Rat 669 mg/kg TCLO Inhalation Human 2000 ppm/7h Repeated Dose Toxicity Rats: little toxicity with minimal effects after inhalation of 8000 ppm (17.701 mg/m3) during 2 years. Humans: no chronic neoplastic effects. Mouse the most sensitive species target organs bone marrow and reproductive organs. Chronic Toxicity Component 1. Carcinogenicity 1,3-Butadiene ACGIH - Group A2 (Suspected Human Carcinogen) OSHA - No data IARC - Group 2A (Probably Carcinogenic in Humans) NTP - Known Human Carcinogen Mutagen category 2 (ACGIH) No toxic effects on animal fertility May cause sensibilization in contact with skin (aditives)

Mutagenic effects Teratogenic effects Sensibilization Special Remarks on Other Toxic Effects on Humans The substance may effect on the bone marrow, resulting in leukemia. This substance is probably carcinogenic to humans. May cause heritable genetic damage in humans. Animal tests show that this substance possibly causes toxic effect upon human reproduction. Repeated exposures may cause injury to lungs, liver and kidneys. The substance is toxic to lungs, the nervous system, liver, mucous membranes Symptoms of chronic intoxication are indefinite. Big possibility of the affecting the marrow, liver, and vasoneuroses.

SECTION 12: ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION


Ecotoxicity General information Ecotoxicity Acute toxicity Dangerous for water, class of danger 1. LC50 Fishes 71500 mg/m3 96 hrs EC50 Daphnia not determined 48 hrs IC50 Algae not determined 72 hrs The product evaporates readily. Mobility Persistence and Degradability The product evaporates readily. Prone to photochemical degradation, reacting with OH Air radicals and ozone. Estimated atmospheric half-life < 1 day. The product evaporates readily. 99,9% is spred in the air, so there is almost no penetration Soil of the product into the soil, sediments. Degradation in water. Half-life value 4 h. Water Small bioaccumulative potential in the environment : log Kow < 3 Bioaccumulation Product is not easy biodegradable. Biodegradation

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PBT/vPvB assesment Environmental adverse effects

It is not PBT/vPvB substance The product has not classified as dangerous for the environment. The product evaporates readily exposure to aquatic life is expected to be minimal.

SECTION 13: DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS


Waste disposal Disposal of leakage substance/preparation: Liquidate in special incinerator of chemical waste, in compliance to corresponding regulations. Let product controllably burn up in the presence of the firemen if needed. EC waste code 07 01 99 Disposal of contaminated packaging: Use purge inert gas for cleaning of the transport and storage containers and take off liberating vapours into the incinerator of the off-gases. After using purge inert gas jet out container or blow container with water vapour - in compliance to corresponding regulations. After jetting out is a possible use container again. Directive applicable to waste: Directives 91/156/EEC and 91/689/EEC.

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SECTION 14: TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.: 1010 H.I.N. (Kemler Number): 239

239 1010
Required label(s)

Road (ADR) / Rail (RID)/ Water (ADNR) BUTADIENES, STABILIZED Proper Shipping Name 1010 UN Number 2 (2.1 flammable gas) Hazard class 2F Transport category / Packaging group

Marine (IMO) Proper Shipping Name UN Number IMDG class EmS category Packaging group

BUTADIENES, STABILIZED 1010 2 (2.1 flammable gas) F-D-S-U /

Required label(s)

Air Transport (IATA/ICAO) Proper Shipping Name UN Number ICAO/IATA class Packaging group

BUTADIENES, STABILIZED 1010 2 (2.1 flammable gas) /

Required label(s)

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SECTION 15: REGULATORY INFORMATION


Regulatory information The SDS has been prepared according to EC REGULATION No. 1907/2006 REACH. The product has been classified as dangerous according to EC REGULATIONs, No. 1272/2008/EC, No. 1999/45/EC and No. 67/548/EEC. 106-99-0 (buta-1,3-dien) 203-450-8 601-013-00-X Note: (D) CLP GHS

1,3-Butadiene CAS # (IUPAC) EU Inventory EC # Index No.


Classification and Labeling Pictogram

Clasification (Hazard Class and Category Code GHS) Risk Phrases (Hazard statement GHS)

F+; Extremely flammable.


R12 Extremely flammable.

T; Toxic

DANGER! Flamable gases, cat.1

DANGER! Gases under pressure

DANGER! Carc. cat. 1A Muta. cat. 1B

Safety Phrases (Precautionary Statements GHS)

R45 May cause cancer R46 May cause heritable genetic damage S45 In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the lable where possible) S53 Avoid exposure - obtain special instructions before use

H220 Extremely flammable gas H350 May cause cancer H340 May cause genetic defects

Prevention precautionary statements

Response precautionary statements

Storage precautionary statements Disposal precautionary statements

P210 - Keep away from heat /sparks /open flames/hot surfaces- No smoking. P243 - Prevent from accumulation of static charges P281 - Use personal protective equipment as required. P377 - Leaking gas fire: Do not extinguish, unless leak can be stopped safely. P381 - Eliminate all ignition sources if safe to do so. P308+P313 - If exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention P403 - Store in a well-ventilated place.

P501 - Dispose of contents / container in accordance with local /regional / national regulations

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SECTION 16: OTHER INFORMATION


Personnel handling the product need to be demonstrably with its hazardous properties, with health and environmental protection principles related to the product and firs aid principles. THE PRODUCT IS RESTRICTED TO PROFESSIONAL USAGE. Ensure all national/local regulations are observed. Ensure operators understand the flammability hazard. The hazard of asphyxiation is often overlooked and must be stressed during operator training This Safety Data Sheet has been established in accordance with the applicable European Directives and applies to all countries that have translated the Directives in their national laws Details given in this document are believed to be correct at the time of going to press. Whilst proper care has been taken in the preparation of this document, no liability for injury or damage resulting from its use can be accepted. Although reasonable care has been taken in the preparation of this document, we extend no warranties and make no representations as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein, and assume no responsibility regarding the suitability of this information for the users intended purposes or for the consequences of its use. Each individual should make a determination as to the suitability of the information for their particular purpose List of telephone numbers of poison centres in the European Economic Area AUSTRIA (Vienna Wien) +43 1 40 400 2222 BELGIUM (Brussels Bruxelles) +32 70 245 245 BULGARIA (Sofia) +359 2 9154 409 / +359 887 435 325 CZECH REPUBLIC (Prague Praha) +42 2 2491 9293 or +42 2 2491 5402 DENMARK (Copenhagen) +45 35 31 54 04 FINLAND (Helsinki ) +358 9 471 977 FRANCE (Paris) +33 1 40 05 48 48 GERMANY (Berlin) +49 30 450 653565 GREECE (Athens Athinai) +30 10 779 3777 HUNGARY (Budapest) +36 80 20 11 99 ICELAND (Reykjavik) +354 525 111, +354 543 2222 IRELAND (Dublin) +353 1 8379964 ITALY (Rome) +39 06 305 4343 LATVIA (Riga) +371 704 2468 LITHUANIA (Vilnius) +370 2 36 20 52, +370 2 36 20 92 NETHERLANDS (Bilthoven) +31 30 274 88 88 NORWAY (Oslo) +47 22 591300 POLAND (Gdansk) +48 58 301 65 16 or +48 58 349 2831 PORTUGAL (Lisbon Lisboa ) 808 250 143 (for use only in Portugal), +351 21 330 3284 ROMANIA (Bucharest) +40 21 230 8000; SLOVAKIA (Bratislava) +421 2 54 77 4 166 SLOVENIA (Ljubljana) + 386 41 650 500 SPAIN (Barcelona) +34 93 227 98 33 or +34 93 227 54 00 bleep 190 SWEDEN (Stockholm) +46 8 33 12 31 (International) 112 (National) UNITED KINGDOM (London) 0870 243 2241 Training advice Recommended uses

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Key/Legend American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists ACGIH European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by inland Waterways ADNR European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road ADR Chemical Abstract Service CAS European Union EU International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC International Air Transport Association IATA International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO International Maritime Dangerous Goods IMDG International Maritime Organization IMO Lethal Concentration, concentration of a chemical which kills 50% of a sample population LC50 Lethal Dose, dose of a chemical which kills 50% of a sample population LD50 National Fire Protection Association NFPA National Toxicology Programme NTP Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA International Rule for Transport of Dangerous Substances by Railway RID Threshold Limit Value TLV Time Weighted Averages TWA This information applies to the PRODUCT AS SUCH and conforming to specifications of HIP- Petrohemija Pancevo. In case of formulations or mixtures, it is necessary to ascertain that a new danger will not appear. The information contained is based on our knowledge of the product, at the date of publishing and it is given quite sincerely. However the revision of some data is in progress. Users are advised of possible additional hazards when the product is used in applications for which it was not intended. This sheet shall only be used and reproduced for prevention and security purposes. The references to legislative, regulatory and codes of practice documents cannot be considered as exhaustive. It is the responsibility of the person receiving the product to refer to the totality of the official documents concerning the use, the possession and the handling of the product. It is also the responsibility of the handlers of the product to pass on to any subsequent persons who will come into contact with the product. (usage, storage, cleaning of containers, other processes) the totality of the information contained within this safety data sheet and necessary for safety at work, the protection of health and the protection of environment.