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Material Safety Data Sheet
Version: Date of issue: Revise date: 003 03-09-04 08-07-25

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Identification of the substance/preparation and the company Name of the substance/preparation:Microcrystalline Cellulose

VIVAPUR® 101, 102, 12, 105, 103, 112, 200 301, 302
Indications about the producer/supplier: J. RETTENMAIER & SÖHNE GMBH + CO Fibers designed by Nature Holzmuehle 1 D-73494Rosenberg 2. Prospective risks * Capable of causing dust explosions. 3. Composition/Information on ingredients * Microcrystalline Cellulose CAS-No.: 4. First aid measures If inhaled: After eye contact: 5.take individuals out into fresh air rinse with plenty of water 100 % 9004-34-6 Telephone: +49 79 67/1 52-0 Telefax: +49 79 67/152 222 Information: +49 7967/152 126 e-mail: reach-beauftragter@jrs.de *In an emergency: +49 7967 152 200

Commercial product Name:

Fire-fighting measures Suitable extinguishing agents: water spray, foam, CO2, dry chemical powder

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Measures at unintentionalliberation Collect up mechanically.

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Handling and storage Handling: Usual precautionary measures have to be observed when working with all combustible materials containing dusty particles.Additional information about the construction of technical equipment: Avoid blowing of dust. Take precautionary measures against electrostatic loading Storage: Keep the material well closed and dry. Shelflife stability: at least 4 years. (⊕ = VIVAPUR ® 103 and 112: max. 18 months) *

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Material Safety Data Sheet
Version: Date of issue: Revise date: 003 03-09-04 08-07-258.

Exposure limit and personal protective equipment Personal protective equipment: Respiratory protection: mask (Particle Filter Class P 2)

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Physical and chemical properties Form: Colour:Smell: fibrous white odourless 5.0 – 8.0 approx. 500 °C 1 no data available 140 – 380 g/l

tested in accordance with

pH-value (at 100 g/l H2O and 20 °C): Ignition temperature: Dust explosion...
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