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Alcohol-based product that chemically binds to glass surfaces.The support will be easier to clean after treatment. Can be used on all stainless steel components to improve limescale removal.

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Type of UseSTAINLESS STEEL GLASS PROTECTOR an alcohol-based product that chemically binds to glass
surfaces to be treated. Surfaces must therefore be thoroughly cleaned and degreased.
The resistance, durability of the product over time and abrasion of the coating depend on how
STAINLESS STEEL GLASS PROTECTOR has chemically bound to the glass surface: a surface that is perfectly
clean and correctly treated with STAINLESS STEEL GLASS PROTECTOR will have optimal resistance and
durability.The surfaces to be treated can be cleaned with a normal commercial glass cleaner:
at the end of the cleaning the glass must be polished and not show streaks.Method of useA quantity of approximately 10-15 g per square metre of STAINLESS STEEL GLASS PROTECTOR should be applied.The
support must be polished quickly and evenly with a paper towel for at least
40 seconds. The product must be reapplied if the solvent evaporates before polishing.
Do not apply the product sporadically before the product has dried. Do not use
microfibre or cotton polishing cloths.
Application temperature 15-25 degrees. Surfaces to be treatedConsumption and YieldYield: 10-15g per square metre
Dilution: Should not be diluted.
Application: Microfibre clothChemical-Physical PropertiesSpecific Weight kg/L : approx. 0.8
Dry residue % :
Ford Viscosity Cup n.4 :
Drying: hours
Dust dry free :
To touch: 25 minutes
In depth:
Overcoating :
Film properties:Alcohol-based product that chemically binds to metal surfaces.The support will be easier to clean after treatment.Can be used on all stainless steel components to improve limescale removal Safety data sheet of 7/9/2015, revision 1 SECTION 1: identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/firm1.1. Product IdentifierIdentification of the mixture:Trade name: STAINLESS STEEL GLASS PROTECTORTrade code: E186 1.2. Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses not recommendedRecommended use:Solvent-based paint product.1.3. Information on the supplier of the safety data sheetSupplier:INDUSTRIA TOSCANA VERNICI S.p.A - Via Stradone di Rovezzano, 21 - 50136 FirenzeTel. 055.690158 r.a.Fax 055.690246email: info@i-t-v.itorario: 7:30am-12:00pm/1:30pm-5:30pm Person responsible for the Safety Data Tel. 055.690158 r.a. Fax 055.6902461.4. Emergency telephone numberTel. 055.690158 r.a.Fax 055.690246email: info@i-t-v.itorario: 7:30am-12:00pm/1:30pm-5:30pm SECTION 2: hazards identification2.1. Classification of the substance or mixtureCriteria EC Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP):Hazard, Flam. Liq. 2, Highly flammable liquid and vapour.Caution, Eye Irrit. 2, Causes serious eye irritation.Caution, STOT SE 3, May cause drowsiness or dizziness.Physical-chemical effects harmful to human health and the environment:No other hazard2.2. Label elementsSymbols:

 HazardIndications of Danger:H225 Highly flammable liquid and vapour.H319 Causes serious eye irritation.H336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness.Precautionary Statements:P101 If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand.P102 Keep out of reach of children.P103 Read label before use.P210 Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. No smoking.P271 Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.P370+P378 In case of fire: use ... for extinction.P405 Store locked up.P501 Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations.Special provisions:PACK2 Tactile indication for the blind must be represented on the packaging.Contains:Isopropylbutanone alcoholSpecial provisions based on Annex XVII of REACH and subsequent amendments:None2.3. Other hazardsvPvB substances: None - PBT substances: NoneOther hazards:No other hazards SECTION 3: composition/information on ingredients3.1. SubstancesN.A.3.2. MixturesHazardous components in accordance with Regulation CLP and relative classification: Qty NameID numb.Classification 90% - 95%Isopropyl alcoholIndex Number:603-003-00-0CAS:67-63-0EC:200-661-7REACH No.:01-2119457558-25-00002.6/2 Flam. Liq. 2 H225
3.3/2 Eye Irrit. 2 H319
3.8/3 STOT SE 3 H336>= 1% - 3%butanoneIndex Number:606-002-00-3CAS:78-93-3EC:201-159-0REACH No.:01-2119457290-432.6/2 Flam. Liq. 2 H225
3.3/2 Eye Irrit. 2 H319
3.8/3 STOT SE 3 H336
EUH066160 ppmmethanol; methyl alcoholIndex Number:603-001-00-XCAS:67-56-1EC:200-659-6REACH No.:01-2119433307-442.6/2 Flam. Liq. 2 H225
3.8/1 STOT SE 1 H370
3.1/3/Oral Acute Tox. 3 H301
3.1/3/Dermal Acute Tox. 3 H311
3.1/3/Inhal Acute Tox. 3 H331 SECTION 4: first aid measures4.1. Description of first aid measuresIn case of contact with skin:Remove contaminated clothing immediately. Immediately flush areas of the body that have come into contact with the product, even if only suspect, with running water and if necessary soap. Completely wash the body (shower or bath). Immediately remove contaminated clothing and eliminate them safely.In case of contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water and soap.In case of contact with eyes: In case of contact with eyes, rinse with water for an appropriate period of time and keep eyelids open, then immediately consult an ophthalmologist.Protect the unharmed eye.In case of ingestion: Do not induce vomiting. SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION.In case of inhalation:Bring the victim in the open air and keep him warm and at rest.4.2. Main symptoms and effects, both acute and delayedNone4.3. Indication of any need to immediately consult a doctor and special treatmentsIn case of accident or unwellness immediately consult a doctor (if possible show the instructions for use or the safety data sheet).Treatment:None SECTION 5: fire-fighting measures5.1. Extinguishing measuresSuitable extinguishing means:Extinguishing means which must not be used for safety reasons:DO NOT USE WATER EXTINGUISHERS.5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixtureDo not inhale the gases produced by the explosion and combustion.Combustion produces heavy smoke.5.3. Advice for fire-fightersUse appropriate respiratory equipment.Separately collect the contaminated water used to extinguish the fire. Do not discharge it into the sewage system.If feasible from a safety point of view, move undamaged containers from the immediate danger area. SECTION 6: measures in case of accidental release6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and procedures in case of emergencyWear personal protective equipment.Remove all sources of ignition.Move people to a safe place.Consult the protective measures contained in points 7 and 8.6.2. Environmental precautionsPrevent penetration into the soil/subsoil. Prevent run-off into surface water or into the sewage system.Retain contaminated washing water and eliminate it.Inform the responsible authorities in the case of a gas leak or penetration into waterways, soil or sewer system.Suitable material for collection: absorbent, organic material, sand6.3. Methods and materials for containment and cleaning upWash with plenty of water.6.4. Reference to other sectionsSee also paragraph 8 and 13 SECTION 7: handling and storage7.1. Precautions for safe handlingAvoid contact with skin and eyes, inhalation of vapours and mists.Do not use empty containers before they have been cleaned.Before transfer operations make sure that there are no incompatible residues in the containers.Contaminated clothing must be replaced before access to dining areas.Do not eat or drink during work.See also paragraph 8 for recommended protective equipment.7.2. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities Store at temperatures below 20°C. Keep away from open flames and sources of heat. Avoid direct exposure to the sun.Keep away from open flames, sparks and sources of heat. Avoid direct exposure to the sun.Keep away from food, drink and feed.Incompatible materials:None in particular.Indication for premises:Properly ventilated rooms.7.3. Special end usesNo special uses SECTION 8: exposure control/individual protection8.1. Control parametersIsopropyl alcohol - CAS: 67-63-0 ACGIH - LTE(8h): 200 ppm - STE: 400 ppm - Notes: A4, BEI - Eye and URT irr, CNS impairbutanone - CAS: 78-93-3  UE - LTE(8h): 600 mg/m3, 200 ppm - STE: 900 mg/m3, 300 ppm - Notes: Bold-type: Indicative Occupational Exposure Limit Values [2,3] and Limit Values for Occupational Exposure [4] (for references see bibliography)  ACGIH - LTE(8h): 200 ppm - STE: 300 ppm - Notes: BEI - URT irr, CNS and PNS impairmethanol; methyl alcohol - CAS: 67-56-1  UE - LTE(8h): 260 mg/m3, 200 ppm - Notes: Bold-type: Indicative Occupational Exposure Limit Values [2,3] and Limit Values for Occupational Exposure [4] (for references see bibliography) ACGIH - LTE(8h): 200 ppm - STE: 250 ppm - Notes: Skin BEI - Headache, eye dam, dizziness, nauseaExposure limit values DNELbutanone - CAS: 78-93-3Professional worker: 1161 mg/kg - Consumer: 412 mg/kg - Exposure: Human Skin - Frequency: Long term, systemic effectsProfessional worker: 600 ppm - Consumer: 106 ppm - Exposure: Human Inhalation - Frequency: Long term, systemic effectsConsumer: 31 mg/kg - Exposure: Human Oral - Frequency: Long term, systemic effectsExposure limit values PNECN.A.8.2. Exposure controlsConsidering that the use of adequate technical measures should always have priority over personal protective equipment, make sure the work place is well aired by means of efficient local suction or by elimination of stale air. If such operations are not sufficient to keep product concentration below workplace exposure limits, wear suitable respiratory protection. When using the product, read the hazard label for details. When choosing personal protective equipment, ask the advice of the chemical substances supplier. Personal protective equipment must comply with the current standards mentioned below. HAND PROTECTIONProtect hands with category II work gloves (ref. Directive 89/686/EEC and EN 374 standards) such as those in PVC, neoprene, nitrile or equivalent. The final choice of work glove material must take into account: deterioration, breakage and permeation times. When used with mixtures, check glove resistance before wearing them, as it may be unknown. Glove deterioration depends on the duration of exposure.EYE PROTECTIONWear a hood visor or protective visor together with safety goggles (ref. EN 166 standards).SKIN PROTECTIONWear long-sleeved work clothing and category II professional safety footwear (ref. Directive 89/686/EEC and EN344 standards). Wash with soap and water after removing protective gear.BREATHING PROTECTIONIf the threshold value of one or more of the substances in the mixture is exceeded regarding daily workplace exposure or the amount established by the company’s safety service,wear a mask with a type E filter or a universal filter of a class (1, 2 or 3) selected according to the use concentration limit (ref. EN 141 standards).The use of respiratory protection such as cartridge masks for organic vapours and dust/mist is necessary if there are no technical means of restricting workers’ exposure. The protection given by masks is in any case limited. If the substance in question has no smell or its odour detection threshold is above the exposure limit, and in emergencies, i.e. when the exposure levels are unknown, or the concentration of oxygen in the workplace is less than 17% in volume, wear an open circuit compressed air rebreather (ref. EN 137 standards) or air breathing apparatus with full-face mask, half mask or mouthpiece (ref. EN 138 standards). Arrange for facilities to rinse eyes and an emergency shower. If there is a risk of exposure to splashes or sprays in the workplace, provide suitable protection (mouth, nose and eyes) to avoid accidental absorption by mucous tissue.Suitable technical checks:None SECTION 9: physical and chemical properties9.1. Information on basic principal physical and chemical properties Propriety ValueMethod:Notes:Appearance and colour:Colourless liquid----Odour:Alcoholic----Odour threshold :N.A.----pH:3.2----Melting/freezing point:N.A.----Initial boiling point and boiling interval:82°C (1013 hPa) method DIN 51 356 (2-propanol)----Flash point:12.5°C method EN 22719----Evaporation rate:N.A.----olid/gas flammability:N.A.----Upper/lower flammability or explosion limit:N.A.-----Steam pressure:42 hPa  (2-propanol)----Steam density:N.A.----Relative density:0.79 g/cm3 (20°C) method DIN 51757----Water solubility :Miscible----Solubility in oil:N.A.----Partition coefficient (n-octanol/water):N.A.----Auto-ignition temperature:not determined----Decomposition temperature:N.A.----Viscosity :N.A.----Explosive properties:Inf. 2%(V)  Sup. 12%(V)  (2-propanol)----Oxidising properties:N.A.---- 9.2. Other information Properties ValueMethod:Notes:Miscibility :N.A.----Fat solubility :N.A.----Conductivity:N.A.----Characteristic properties of the groups of substances N.A.----SECTION 10: stability and reactivity 10.1. Reactivity Stable in normal conditions10.2. Chemical stabilityStable in normal conditions10.3. Possibility of dangerous reactionsNone10.4. Conditions to avoidStable in normal conditions.10.5. Incompatible materialsAvoid contact with oxidising materials. The product may ignite.10.6. Hazardous decomposition products SECTION 11: toxicological information11.1. Information on toxicological effectsToxicological information regarding the mixture:N.A.Toxicological information regarding the main substances present in the mixture:Isopropyl alcohol - CAS: 67-63-0a) Acute toxicity:Test: LC50 - Route: Inhalation - Species: Rat; 10000 PpmTest: LD50 - Route: Oral - Species: Rat 5.84 mg/kgTest: LC50 - Route: Skin - Species: Rabbit 16.4 ml/kgbutanone - CAS: 78-93-3a) Acute toxicity:Test: LC50 - Route: Inhalation - Species: Rat; 5000 PpmTest: LD50 - Route: Oral - Species: Rat; 2000 mg/kgTest: LD50 - Route: Skin - Species: Rabbit; 5000 mg/kgmethanol; methyl alcohol - CAS: 67-56-1a) Acute toxicity:Test: LD50 - Route: Oral - Species: Rat 5300 mg/kgTest: LD50 - Route: Skin - Species: Rabbit 15800 mg/kgTest: LC50 - Route: Inhalation - Species: Rat 83.2 mg/LSTAINLESS STEEL GLASS PROTECTOR -(Referred to 2-propanol) Acute inhalation toxicity: Inhalation of vapours may cause drowsiness and dizziness.Skin irritant: Can be irritating due to frequent or long-term contact.Eye irritant: Irritant. Further information: Data has been taken from labelling according to the EC Dangerous Preparations Directive:Isopropyl alcohol - CAS: 67-63-0ACUTE TOXICITY:- INHALATION: vapour concentrations above recommended exposure levels are irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract, may cause headaches and dizziness, are anaesthetic and may cause other effects to the central nervous system.- CONTACT WITH SKIN: low toxicity index.Frequent or prolonged contacts can degrease and dry the skin, promoting discomfort and dermatitis.- CONTACT WITH EYES: irritant, causes eye damage if not removed promptly.- INGESTION:even small amounts of liquid introduced into the respiratory system during ingestion or vomiting may cause bronchopneumonia or pulmonary edema.Minimum toxicity index.butanone - CAS: 78-93-3EYES: irritant, causes eye damage if not removed promptly.SKIN: frequent or prolonged contacts can degrease and dry the skin, promoting discomfort and dermatitis. Low toxicity index.INHALATION: high concentrations of vapours are irritating to the eyes and the respiratory system, are anaesthetic and can cause headaches, dizziness and other problems in the central nervous system. Low toxicity index .INGESTION: low toxicity index . Even small amounts of liquid introduced into the respiratory system during ingestion or vomiting may cause bronchopneumonia or pulmonary edema.CHRONIC: there is no evidence that exposure to MEK alone causes progressive or irreversible neurotoxic effects.Unless otherwise specified, data required by Regulation (EU)2015/830 indicated below are to be understood as N.A.:a) acute toxicity;b) skin corrosion/irritation;c) serious eye damage/irritation d) respiratory or skin sensitiser;e) germ cell mutagenicity;f) carcinogenicity;g) reproductive toxicity;h) specific toxicity for targ t organs (STOT) — single exposure;i) specific toxicity for target organs (STOT) — repeated exposure;j) aspiration hazard. SECTION 12: ecological information12.1. Toxicity Use according to good working practices, avoiding to disperse the product in the environment.Isopropyl alcohol - CAS: 67-63-0a) Acute aquatic toxicity:Endpoint: EC50 - Species: Algae = 100 mg/L- Duration h: 72Endpoint: LC50 - Species: Daphnia = 100 mg/L - Duration h: 48Endpoint: LC50 - Species: Fish= 100 mg/L - Duration h: 96butanone - CAS: 78-93-3a) Acute aquatic toxicity:Endpoint: EC50 - Species: Daphnia = 308 mg/L - Duration h: 48Endpoint: EC50 - Species: Algae = 2029 mg/L - Duration h: 96Endpoint: LC50 - Species: Fish 2993 mg/L - Duration h: 48methanol; methyl alcohol - CAS: 67-56-1a) Acute aquatic toxicity:Endpoint: LC50 - Species: Fish = 10800 mg/L Duration h: 96Endpoint: EC50 - Species: Algae = 8000 mg/L - Duration h: 72Endpoint: EC50 - Species: Daphnia = 24500 mg/L - Duration h: 4812.2. Persistence and degradability NoneN.A.12.3. Bioaccumulative potentialN.A.12.4. Mobility in soilN.A.12.5. Results of PBT and vPvB assessmentvPvB Substances: None - PBT substances: None12.6. Other adverse effectsNone SECTION 13: considerations on disposal13.1. Waste treatment methodsRecovery if possible. Send to authorised waste disposal or incineration plants under controlled conditions. Operate according to local and national regulations. SECTION 14: information on transport14.1. UN Number14.2 UN shipping name14.3. Danger classes related to transportADR-Class:  Class 3 Lab. ADR/RID 3 No.NU 1219 Pck.Gr. II14.4. Packing group14.5. Hazards for the environment14.6. Special precautions for users14.7. Transport in bulk according to Annex II of MARPOL and IBCN code.A. SECTION 15: regulatory information15.1. Legislative and regulatory provisions on health, safety and environment specific to the substance or mixtureLeg.Decr. 9/4/2008 n. 81D.M. Workplace 26/02/2004 (Occupational exposure limits)Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006 (REACH)Regulation (EC) no. 1272/2008 (CLP)Regulation (EC) no. 790/2009 (ATP 1 CLP) and (EU) no. 758/2013Regulation (EU) 2015/830Regulation (EU) no. 286/2011 (ATP 2 CLP)Regulation (EU) no. 618/2012 (ATP 3 CLP)Regulation (EU) no. 487/2013 (ATP 4 CLP)Regulation (EU) no. 944/2013 (ATP 5 CLP)Regulation (EU) no. 605/2014 (ATP 6 CLP)Restrictions related to the product or to the substances contained according to Annex XVII of Regulation (EC) 1907/2006 (REACH) and subsequent amendments:Restrictions related to the product:Restriction3 Restriction 40Restrictions on the substances contained:No restriction.Where applicable, refer to the following regulations:Ministerial circulars 46 and 61 (Aromatic amines)Leg.Decr. 21 September 2005 no. 238 (Seveso Ter Directive)Regulation 648/2004/C (Detergents).L.D. 3/4/2006 no. 152 Rules on the environment Provisions relating to directives 82/501/EC(Seveso), 96/82/EC(Seveso II): N.A.15.2. Evaluation of chemical safetyNo SECTION 16: other informationText from the sentences used in paragraph 3:H225 Highly flammable liquid and vapour.H319 Causes serious eye irritation.H336 May cause drowsiness or dizziness.EUH066Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking.H370 Causes damage to organs.H301 Toxic if swallowed.H311 Toxic in contact with skin.H331 Toxic if inhaled.This sheet has been reviewed in all its sections in accordance with Regulation 453/2010/EU.This document has been written by a competent SDS technician who has received appropriate training.Main bibliographic sources:NIOSH - Registry of toxic effects of chemical substances (1983)I.N.R.S. - Toxicological sheetCCNL - Annex 1 ''TLV for 1989-90''Higher Institute of Health - National Inventory of Chemical SubstancesThe information contained therein is based on our knowledge at the date stated above. It refers only to the product indicated and does not constitute a guarantee of particular quality.The user is required to ensure the suitability and completeness of such information in relation to the specific use that it must make.This sheet supersedes any previous editions. ADR:European Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road.CAS:Chemical Abstracts Service (division of the American Chemical Society).CLP:Classification, Labelling, Packaging.DNEL:Derived level without effect.EINECS:European inventory of existing European chemicals on the market.GefStoffVO:Ordinance on hazardous substances in Germany.GHS:Global harmonised classification and labelling system for chemical products.IATA:Association for international air transport.IATA-DGR:Dangerous Goods Regulation of the International Air Transport Association''(IATA).ICAO:International organisation for civil aviation.ICAO-TI:Technical instructions of the '' International Civil Aviation Organization'' (ICAO).IMDG:International Maritime Code for Dangerous Goods.INCI:International nomenclature of cosmetic ingredients.KSt:Explosion coefficient.LC50:Lethal concentration for 50 percent of the test population.LD50:Lethal dose for 50 percent of the test population.LTE:Long term exposure.PNEC:Concentration expected without effect.RID:Regulation concerning the international transport of dangerous goods by rail.STE:Short term exposure.STEL:Short-term exposure limit.STOT:Organ-specific toxicity.TLV:Threshold limit value.TWATLV:Threshold limit value for average weighed over 8 hours. (ACGIH Standard).WGK:Hazard class for water (Germany).