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Classic Oils Hot Hatch 10W-40

Section 1 IDENTIFICATION OF SUBSTANCE/MIXTURE AND OF COMPANY/UNDERTAKING

1.1    Product IdentifierHot Hatch 10W-40
         Product CodeN/A
1.2    Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised againstSemi-synthetic automotive engine crankcase lubricant.
Do not use in any other application.
1.3    CompanyClassic Oils Ltd
96 The Lubricant Store,
Bicester Heritage, Buckingham Road, Bicester,
Oxon, OX27 8AL, 01869 227 062
1.4    Emergency Telephone Number+44 (0) 1296 488154 (Monday – Friday 08.00 – 18.00 hrs GMT)
1.5    Other InformationPreparation Date: 10/04/15

Section 2 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

2.1    Classification of the substance or mixture
 
 
See section 16 for full text of H and R phrases
CLP Classification:
Not classified as hazardous.
Not classified as dangerous for the Environment
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Classification to DPD (1999/45/EC) and CHIP
Not classified as hazardous
2.2    Label ElementsLabelling in accordance with CLP
 None required 
 Labelling in accordance with CHIP
None Required
2.3    Other HazardsPBT: This substance is not identified as a PBT substance.

Section 3 COMPOSITION/ INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

3.2    Mixtures 
IngedientsEC No.REACH Reg. No.GHS ClassificationDSD ClassificationConc. %
Phosphorodithioic acid, mixed O,O-bis (1,3-dimethylbutyl and iso-Pr)esters, zinc salts283-392-801-2119493626-26Aquatic Chronic 2; H411
Eye Dam. 1; H318
Skin Irrit. 2; H315
Xi, N
R38, R41, R51/53
<1.5%
Dodecylphenol, mixed isomers (branched)310-154-301-2119513207-49Aquatic Acute 1; H400
Aquatic Chronic 1; H410
Eye Irrit. 2; H319
Repr. 2; H361
Skin Irrit. 2; H315
N, Xn
R36/38, R50/53, R62
<0.15%

Section 4 FIRST AID MEASURES

4.1     Description of first aid measures
EyesWash eye thoroughly with copious quantities of water, ensuring eyelids are held open. Obtain medical advice if any pain or redness develops or persists.
SkinWash skin thoroughly with soap and water as soon as reasonably practicable. Remove heavily contaminated clothing and wash underlying skin.
IngestionIf contamination of the mouth occurs, wash out thoroughly with water. Except as a deliberate act, the ingestion of large amounts of product is unlikely. If it should occur, do not induce vomiting; obtain medical advice.
InhalationIf inhalation of mists, fumes or vapour causes irritation to the nose or throat, or coughing, remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist obtain medical advice.
4.2    Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayedSkin Contact: There may be irritation at the site of contact.
Eye Contact:  There may be irritation and redness.
4.3    Indication of immediate medical attention and special treatment needed, if necessaryTreatment should in general be symptomatic and directed to relieving any effects.
   

Section 5 FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

5.1    Extinguishing mediaUse CO2, foam, dry powder. DO NOT USE water jets.
5.2    Specific hazards arising from the substance or mixtureLarge surface areas exposed to air (e.g. product soaked rags, paper or absorbed spillage) may be easily ignited and should be cleared up at once. 
5.3    Advice for fire-fightersFires in confined spaces should be dealt with by trained personnel wearing approved breathing apparatus.
Water may be used to cool nearby heat exposed areas/objects/packages.
Avoid spraying water directly into storage containers because of the danger of boil-over.

Section 6 ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

6.1    Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency proceduresSee Section 8 for protective equipment.
Soak liquid in absorbent material for disposal.  Wash down floor area as spillage may be slippery.  Larger spillage should be contained with sand or earth and collected in salvage container for disposal.
6.2    Environmental precautionsProtect drains from potential spills to minimise contamination.  Do not wash product into drainage system.
In the case of large spills contact the appropriate authorities.  In the case of spillage on water, prevent the spread of product by the use of suitable barrier equipment.  Recover product from the surface.  Protect environmentally sensitive areas and water supplies.
6.3    Methods and material for containment and cleaning upAbsorb into dry earth or sand.  Protect drains using drain covers.  Dispose of as hazardous waste.
6.4    Reference to other sectionsPersonal protective equipment: See section 8

Section 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE

7.1    Precautions for safe handlingEmpty containers contain residue which may exhibit hazards of product.  Avoid contact with eyes.  If splashing is likely to occur wear a full face visor or chemical goggles as appropriate.  Avoid frequent or prolonged skin contact with fresh or used product.  Good working practices, high standards of personal hygiene and plant cleanliness must be maintained at all times.  Wash hands thoroughly after contact.  Use disposable cloths and discard when soiled.  Do not put soiled cloths into pockets.
7.2    Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilitiesDo not store in open or unlabelled containers.  Store away from strong oxidising agents or combustible material.  Take precautionary measures to prevent product spills into drains, the ground or waters. 
7.3    Specific end use(s)See section 1.

Section 8 EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

8.1     Control parameters 
CountrySubstanceLong Term (8 Hours TWA)Short Term (15 Mins)
EUOil Mist5 mg/m3
8.2     Exposure controlsOccupational Exposure Controls:  Ensure adequate ventilation.  Use personal protective equipment and/or local ventilation when needed.  Avoid skin contact and inhalation of oil mist.  Thoroughly clean contaminated skin and change dirty clothing and equipment.
Respiratory Protection: Oil mist respirator (combined particle and organic vapour filter, type A2/P2) where there is a risk of generating oil mist. 
Hand Protection:  Protective gloves, PVC, nitrile rubber.  Change protective gloves regularly.
Eye Protection:  Safety goggles if there is a risk of splashing.
Skin Protection:  Protective clothing when needed.
Environmental Exposure Controls:  Take precautionary meausres to prevent product spills into drains, the ground or waters.

Section 9 PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

9.1     Information on basic physical and chemical propertiesDoes not constitute a specification
Typical Values
 

 
Grades:
 
Hot Hatch 10W-40

 
Units
 
Appearance Pale amber fluid
Odour Mild
Odour Threshold No data available
pH Not applicable
Relative densitykg/m³0.891 @ 20°C
Solubility                  – water Insoluble
Pour Point°C-33
Initial boiling point and range°CNo data available
Flash point (PMCC)°C224
Flammability No data available
Upper/lower flammability or explosive limits No data available
Vapour pressurekPa (0.1 mm Hg)Not applicable
Partition coefficient n-octanol/waterLog PowNot applicable
Autoignition temperature No data available
Decomposition temperature No data avialable
Viscositymm²/s87.53 @ 40°C
 mm²/s13.66 @ 100°C
Evaporation rate Not applicable
Vapour density Not applicable
Explosive properties None
Oxidising properties None
9.2     Other InformationNone

Section 10 STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

10.1  ReactivityStable at ambient temperatures.
10.2  Chemical stabilityStable under normal conditions of use
10.3  Possibility of hazardous reactionsHazardous reactions will not occur under normal transport or storage conditions.  Decomposition may occur on exposure to conditions or materials listed below.
10.4 Conditions to avoidAvoid overheating
10.5 Incompatible materialsIncompatible with strong oxidising agents.
10.6  Hazardous decomposition productsThermal decomposition products will vary with conditions.  Incomplete combustion will generate smoke, carbon dioxide and hazardous gases, including carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulphide and oxides of sulphur and phosphorus.

Section 11 TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

11.1  Information on toxicological effects 
Acute ToxicityOralInhalationDermal 
No toxic components present at levels to cause classification.
No toxic components present at levels to cause classification.
No toxic components present at levels to cause classification.
Corrosivity/IrritationEye SkinRespiratory Tract 
No components present that are classified as eye irritants.
No components present that are classified as skin irritatnts.
No components present that are classified as respiratory irritants.
SensitisationSkin Respiratory 
No evidence of sensitisation effects.
No evidence of sensitisation effects.
Repeated-dose ToxicityNo data available.
MutagenicityNo evidence of mutagenicity.
CarcinogenicityNo evidence of carcinogenicity.
Reproductive ToxictyNo evidence of reproductive toxicity.

Section 12 ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

12.1  ToxicitySpills may form a film on water surfaces causing physical damage to organisms. Oxygen transfer could also be impaired.
12.2  Persistence and DegradabilityExpected to be inherently biodegradable.
12.3  Bioaccumulative PotentialNo evidence to suggest bioaccumulation will occur.
12.4  Mobility in SoilAccidental spillage may lead to penetration in soil and groundwater.
12.5  Results of PBT and vPvB AssessmentThis substance is not identified as a PBT substance.
12.6  Other Adverse EffectsNone.

Section 13 DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

13.1  Waste Treatment Methods 
Send to registered waste disposal site using services of a registered waste disposal contractor.   Disposal of packaging:  Dispose of as normal industrial waste.  NB: The user’s attention is drawn to the possible existence of regional or national regulations regarding disposal.

Section 14 TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Not classified as dangerous goods for carriage under ADR/RID/AND/IMDG/ICAO/IATA regulations
14.1  UN Number                                                          
14.2  UN Proper Shipping Name                                
14.3  Transport Hazard Class                                     
14.4  Packing Group                                                    –
14.5  Environmental Hazards                                     Not classified as an Environmentally hazardous substance/Marine Pollutant
14.6  Special Precautions for User                            See section 8 for safe handling
14.7  Transport in bulk according to Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 and the IBC CodeNot applicable to packaged goods

Section 15 REGULATORY INFORMATION

15.1  Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or mixtureSupply regulations: DPD: Dangerous Preparations Directive; GHS: Globally Harmonised System of classification and labelling of chemicals; CLP: Classification, Labelling and Packaging regulations.
Transport regulations: CDG: Carriage of Dangerous Goods regulations; ADR/RID/IMDG/ICAO/IATA regulations.
15.2  Chemical Safety AssessmentA chemical safety assessment has not been carried out for the substance or the mixture by the supplier.

Section 16 OTHER INFORMATION

 
Full text of classification data in sections 2 and 3
Aquatic Acute 1; H400                            Hazardous to the aquatic environment, acute hazard, Hazard Category 1; Very toxic to aquatic life
Aquatic Chronic 1; H410                         Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazard, Hazard Category 1; Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects
Aquatic Chronic  2; H411                        Hazardous to the aquatic environment, long-term hazard, Hazard Category 1; Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects
Eye Irrit. 2; H319                                     Serious eye damage/eye irritation, Hazard Category 2A; Causes serious eye irritation
Eye Dam. 1; H318                                   Serious eye damage/eye irritation, Hazard Category 1; Causes serious eye damage
Repr. 2; H361                                          Reproductive toxicity, Hazard Category 2; Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child
Skin Irrit. 2; H315                                    Skin corrosion/irritation, Hazard Category 2; Causes skin irritation
Acute Tox. 3; H301                                 Acute toxicity, oral, Hazard Category 3; Toxic if swallowed
Acute Tox. 3; H311                                 Acute toxicity, dermal, Hazard Category; Toxic in contact with skin
Acute Tox. 3; H331                                 Acute toxicity, inhalation, Hazard Category 3; Toxic if inhaled
STOT RE 2; H373                                   Specific target organ toxicity, repeated exposure, Hazard Category 2; Causes damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure
 
Xi;R36/38                                                Irritating to eyes and skin
Xi;R38                                                     Irritating to skin
T;R23/24/25                                            Toxic by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed      
R33                                                         Danger of cumulative effects
Xi R41                                                     Risk of serious damage to the eyes
Repr. Cat. 3;R62                                     Risk of impaired fertility
N;R50/53                                                 Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment