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No sparking tools should be used. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid the inhalation of dust, particulates, spray or mist arising from the application of this preparation. Avoid inhalation of dust from sanding. Eating, drinking and smoking should be prohibited in areas where this material is handled, stored and processed. Put on appropriate personal protective equipment see Section 8.

Never use pressure to empty. Container is not a pressure vessel. Always keep in containers made from the same material as the original one. Comply with the health and safety at work laws. Information on fire and explosion protection Vapours are heavier than air and may spread along floors. Vapours may form explosive mixtures with air. When operators, whether spraying or not, have to work inside the spray booth, ventilation is unlikely to be sufficient to control particulates and solvent vapour in all cases.

In such circumstances they should wear a compressed air-fed respirator during the spraying process and until such time as the particulates and solvent vapour concentration has fallen below the exposure limits.

Notes on joint storage Keep away from: oxidising agents, strong alkalis, strong acids.

Additional information on storage conditions Observe label precautions. Store in a dry, cool and well-ventilated area. Keep away from heat and direct sunlight.

Due to the organic solvents content of the preparation: Keep container tightly closed. Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking. Prevent unauthorised access. Containers that have been opened must be carefully resealed and kept upright to prevent leakage.

Reference should be made to European Standard EN for methods for the assessment of exposure by inhalation to chemical agents and national guidance documents for methods for the determination of hazardous substances.

Individual protection measures Hygiene measures : Wash hands, forearms and face thoroughly after handling chemical products, before eating, smoking and using the lavatory and at the end of the working period. Appropriate techniques should be used to remove potentially contaminated clothing. Contaminated work clothing should not be allowed out of the workplace.

Wash contaminated clothing before reusing. Ensure that eyewash stations and safety showers are close to the workstation location. Hand protection : For prolonged or repeated handling, use the following type of gloves: gloves: nitrile, neoprene, latex rubber.

Barrier creams may help to protect the exposed areas of the skin but should not be applied once exposure has occurred. For right choice of glove materials, with focus on chemical resistance and time of penetration, seek advice by the supplier of chemical resistant gloves. The user must check that the final choice of type of glove selected for handling this product is the most appropriate and takes into account the particular conditions of use, as included in the user's risk assessment.

Body protection : Personal protective equipment for the body should be selected based on the task being performed and the risks involved and should be approved by a specialist before handling this product. Other skin protection : Appropriate footwear and any additional skin protection measures should be selected based on the task being performed and the risks involved and should be approved by a specialist before handling this product.

Respiratory protection : If workers are exposed to concentrations above the exposure limit, they must use appropriate, certified respirators. Emission scenario doc- assessment to exposure and risk assessment Schaafsma et al. The high European Chemicals Agency, a. Box , N Sandefjord, Norway.

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According to the E-mail address: anne. Gade et al. Chemicals Agency, b. The exposure estimation under the The present study aimed at testing the exposure from the spray REACH regulation may also be derived from measured data Euro- application of paint along with the leaching from painted plates pean Chemicals Agency, b.

Even if exposure data are available submerged in natural seawater. The results were compared with they are rarely communicated between the downstream user and data derived from OECD emission scenario documents and REACH the registrant, however, due to long supply chains and large num- guidance documents. The use situations were chosen based on the bers of downstream users. Thus standard exposure scenario mod- study carried out to test the REACH draft technical guidance notes els using default values will often be used.

The relevant default for conducting chemical safety assessments Gade et al. In values were assessed in the present study. Paint spray appli- use outside these descriptions is not allowed by the European Un- cation was described as a spray that is propelled toward the target, ion European Chemicals Agency, c. The level of penalties streamlines, turn parallel to the target and never impinging upon will vary between member countries. For example, Belgium, the it, creating overspray.

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Component A and two of the contained graphs of safe use by downstream users Rass-Masson et al. These notes for conducting chemical safety assessments, concluded that substances will need exposure scenarios describing safe use emissions to marine waters were the only relevant environmental according to REACH article The study showed that conservative default values for overspray from outdoor spray application may 2.

Methods result in risk management measures that were not applicable in practical situations. In situ measurements, laboratory experiments and calculation methods used to calculate the intended release of Spray application was performed indoors in a spray booth dur- biocidal agents from antifouling paints have been shown to signif- ing April to August at the Jotun Asnes facilities in Sandefjord, icantly overestimate the environmental release rates, and correc- Norway.

The two components of the paint were mixed before tion factors have been proposed for the different methods to application and cured to a protective layer on the surface.

Five dif- approximate real-life situation measured by the US Navy Dome ferent individuals with different spray application skills carried out method which is judged to be the most reliable method Finnie, four parallel applications each.

The paint was applied at 75 lm dry A further report of four ducible meteorological situations. In a pilot project indoor Table 1 Environmental hazard labelling for the paint system and critical substances for aquatic exposure. In the present study, general ventilation with a rate of air exchanges per hour Filters was used to approximate outdoor conditions. Windy situations were not investigated. The amount of wet paint applied was mea- Fig.

Filter 1: glass sured by weighing the paint tin and spray application equipment wool Sigma-Aldrich. The paint system of aluminium foil. The steel plates were weighed at time intervals ranging from 15 s plates were painted 4 weeks before the start of each test since this immediately following application, to 7 days towards the end of was the advised time period from application until the painted sur- the experiment, which lasted for 35 days.

The average weight face was submerged in water Jotun, personal communication.

A changes for the three parallel measurements at each time span control test of the system was carried out without submerged were less than 0. Four parallel tests of the submerged plates were con- of the assumption that no evaporation occurred after 24 h, the alu- ducted successively. The test tank was washed mechanically with minium foil in the test was also weighed after 17 months. The brush and distilled water between each parallel test.

Both the painted plates in the pilot project and the aluminium foil were weighed by a Mettler Toledo JPC-N bal- Day 1: control test samples taken before the plates were placed ance min 50 g, max g, deviation 1 g. The substances that need exposure scenarios were analysed in To test the leaching of relevant substances from the paint sys- the water samples to check the leaching Table 1.

Xylene and ethyl tem, a two-component paint system, designed for the corrosion benzene were analysed as well because these substances were protection of surfaces submerged in water, was applied on steel found to be critical for exposure to the environment in an earlier plates and submerged in seawater in a tank at the Jotun Asnes Sea- study Gade et al.

The effect of the leakages Analytical Department. The xylene and ethyl benzene samples was also tested on the inhibition in the growth of the algae Skeleto- were analysed by static headspace method combined with gas nema costatum according to ISO ISO, Stock solu- The test tank contained Through dilution with water, calibration standards with idues of volatile organic solvents Fig.

The tank and other equip- the desired concentrations were obtained. The external standard ment were made of PVC. The natural curve was recorded prior to analysis of the samples. The epoxy seawater had a pH of 7. Fifty painted plates height: nation of epoxy. Standards were prepared using Araldite epoxy 20 cm, width: 40 cm, thickness: 0.

This was the highest possible number of plates to Chemical Co. All standards were diluted in acetonitrile be placed in the test tank with enough space between them to mixture , due to lack of solubility in water. This method A.

Service life — leakage from plates submerged in seawater qualities. Growth inhibition tests with the algae S. Water samples were 0. There was a large variation within The test was performed with 12 replicates in both sample and con- the groups. Application phase — emissions to the environment by overspray Beckman Coulter Inc.

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Six of paint replicates were opened and measured at each time. Results 3. Measured values 3. Application phase — emissions to the environment by overspray of paint The overall average overspray was Forty-eight hours growth rate l of Skeletonema costatum.

Day 1: control sample of water from Asnes. Day 2: 24 h after submerging the painted plates.

Day 3: The gap between the highest and the lowest value was 1. In the present study there were no active ingredients. The loss factor OECD, used a fraction to surface water of 0. The emission scenario for antifouling products OECD, 4. Real-life application outdoors was per- for disposal and the remainder being distributed evenly between formed inside due to challenges with spray drift to the surrounding water and land.

This gave a loss factor of the solid fraction of coat- area and reproducibility of meteorological conditions. Further ings by application to water at 1. The measured overspray in the application phase of the present study fell be- 3.

The default values based present study for the service life were Sector of use Profes- on the ERCs were expected to be conservative European Chemicals sional uses: Public domain administration, education, entertain- Agency, b. In the present study the default values based on articles and materials with low release. The default release value of the ERCs were, however, the lowest values of all. An assessment ERC 10a was 3. This was of the background documentation to appraise the accuracy of the based on a worst case release of 0.

These reports were not publicly service-life and no emission was expected to occur was selected. According to the TGD the amount of water sol- this paper.

The basis for the selection of default values in the uble, non-volatile compounds leached from painted surfaces in this REACH guidance document European Chemicals Agency, b type of paint use European Chemicals Bureau, is minimal. The release factor assigned The exposure scenario document for antifouling products OECD, to ERC 8f European Chemicals Agency, b referred to painting assessed leaching as not relevant for an anticorrosive paint, by private users outdoors, but it was not possible for the authors to where all substances were supposed to stay on the painted object.

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The analytical results were reproducible at val- study were not able to obtain the two original source documents ues below toxicity levels. It was stated in the document that p. The be used in the present study. Wood preservative paints were in- study than the adopted value. Thus the paint equipment. Anti-corrosive documents had no references to paint pressure at nozzle, nor to epoxy paint was applied on panels which were submersed in sea- other factors connected with the application.

Thus the study did not include where the potential emission showed a range of emissions be- closed conditions, resulting in the loss of volatile compounds.

It seems that meteorological conditions and The seawater samples were not acutely toxic to Acartia tonsa, but pressure at the nozzle need to be included to obtain good estima- the development of A.

The concentrations of industry OECD, have been more comprehensively studied substances leaching from the paint during the study were not ver- than in the paint industry. Another study of relevance evaluated leaching from Thus results from tests with these chemicals were not and Tserpes, Painted strips were allowed to leach in a dish applicable to the present study.

Based placed in sea water. Yet another study was undertaken , it may seem that the worst case scenario values presented by the Waterworks division in Calgary, Alberta Satchwill, in the TGD, EUSES and emission scenario documents may be too to assess the leaching from epoxy paints approved for pipelines conservative, in particular when low exposure airless spray appli- used in drinking water.

The leaching from the epoxy coatings cation equipment is used. Hydrocarbons such 4. Leaching from plates submerged in seawater as xylene, ethyl benzene and heavier compounds were released, but the extended drying time reduced the amount of organics re- The test conducted to measure the leaching to seawater from leased although it did not remove them completely.

However, plates painted with anticorrosive paint was carried out in a regular the studies assessed above were not comparable, neither with each tank at the Asnes Seawater Laboratory, normally used to test prod- other nor with the present study.The measured overspray in the application phase of the present study fell be- 3. Clothing for fire-fighters including helmets, protective boots and gloves conforming to European standard EN will provide a basic level of protection for chemical incidents.

In the present study, general ventilation with a rate of air exchanges per hour Filters was used to approximate outdoor conditions. Emission Settles, G.

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