Sasolwax H1

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SECTION 1. Identification of the substance/mixture and of the company/undertaking Product identifier 

Trade name Synonyms 

SASOLWAX FISCHER TROPSCH MEDIUM WAXES 

SASOLWAX: A28, A2, H1, M3C, C80, M3HMA, M3M, M3MCB, M3X, M5, M5CB, M6, M3000, M3000X, SRB,  SRW, 1742, 5501A, 5501B, 1824, IW2F, IW3F, 6530SA,  WAKSOL 38, 505, M3B, M1T, M2F, M3F, Sasolwax Spray  30, Sasolwax 305. 

Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against 

Use Industrial use.  

Manufacturer or supplier’s  

details 

SECTION 2. Sasolwax H1 – Hazards identification Classification of the substance or mixture 

South Africa. GHS Classification and Labelling of Chemicals – SANS  

10234 

Classification This substance is not classified as hazardous according to GHS. 

Label elements South Africa. GHS Classification and Labelling of Chemicals – SANS 10234 Pictogram Not applicable 

Signal word Not applicable 

Hazard  

statements 

Precautionary statements 

Prevention 

Response 

Storage 

Disposal 

Other hazards 

This substance is not classified as hazardous according to GHS. 

This substance is not classified as hazardous according to  GHS. This substance is not classified as hazardous according  to GHS. This substance is not classified as hazardous  according to GHS. This substance is not classified as  hazardous according to GHS. No data available

SECTION 3. Composition/information on ingredients 

Substance 

Synthetic wax, Paraffinic hydrocarbons 

Contents: 100.00 %W/W 

CAS-No. 8002-74-2 Index-No. EC No. 

Other data MITI-No. 8-430 

232-315-6 

For the full text of the H-Statements mentioned in this Section, see Section 16. SECTION 4. First aid measures 

Description of necessary first-aid measures 

Inhalation Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation of vapours. 

Skin contact Cool melted product on skin with plenty of water. Do not  remove solidified product. In case of burns by molten  

product medical treatment is necessary. 

Eye contact Rinse with water. If eye irritation persists, consult a specialist. 

Ingestion Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.  If symptoms persist, call a physician. 

Most important symptoms/effects, acute and delayed 

Refer to SECTION 11

SECTION 5. Sasolwax H1 –  Firefighting measures 

Suitable  

extinguishing media 

Unsuitable  

extinguishing media 

Special hazards  arising from the  substance or mixture 

Special protective  equipment for  

firefighters 

Foam Dry powder 

Water spray. 

Avoid contamination with oxidising agents 

In the event of fire, wear self-contained breathing apparatus. Use personal protective equipment. 

SECTION 6. Accidental release measures 

Personal  

precautions 

Environmental  

precautions 

Methods for cleaning  up 

Reference to other  sections 

No special precautions required. 

Prevent release into the environment 

Allow to solidify. Clean up all spills immediately. Control  personal contact with the substance, by using protective  equipment. 

Refer to Section 8 and 13 

SECTION 7. Sasolwax H1 – Handling and storage Safe handling advice Provide sufficient air exchange and/or exhaust in work rooms.

Advice on protection  against fire and  

explosion 

Requirements for  storage areas and  containers 

Advice on common  storage 

Keep away from open flames, hot surfaces and sources of  ignition. 

Keep in a dry, cool place. 

No data available 

SECTION 8. Sasolwax H1 – Exposure controls/personal protection 

Components with workplace control parameters 

NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE LIMITS 

Contains no substances with occupational exposure limit values. 

Exposure controls 

Engineering measures 

Provide sufficient air exchange and/or exhaust in work rooms. 

Personal protective equipment 

Respiratory protection In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory  equipment. 

Hand protection Leather gloves 

Eye protection Safety glasses 

Skin and body protection Overalls. PVC protective suit may be required if exposure is severe. 

Hygiene measures Wash hands before breaks and immediately after handling the product.

SECTION 9. Physical and chemical properties Information on basic physical and chemical properties 

Form 

State of matter 

Colour 

Odour 

Odour Threshold 

Melting point/range 

Boiling point/boiling  range 

Flash point 

Evaporation rate 

Flammability (solid,  gas) 

Relative vapour density Density 

Coarse powder 

Solid; at 20 °C; 1,013 hPa White to colourless 

Odourless 

No data available 

45 – 75 °C 

> 200 °C 

> 200 °C 

No data available 

No data available 

No data available 

0.9 g/cm3; 25 °C 

Insoluble 

SECTION 10. Sasolwax H1 – Stability and reactivity 

Reactivity Stable under recommended storage conditions. Chemical stability Stable under recommended storage conditions.

Possibility of hazardous Hazardous polymerisation does not occur. reactions 

Conditions to avoid Heat 

Materials to avoid Oxidizing agents. Strong acids 

Hazardous decomposition No data available 

products 

SECTION 11. Toxicological information 

Acute oral toxicity 

Acute dermal toxicity Eye irritation 

Synthetic wax, Paraffinic hydrocarbons: LD50 Rat: > 2,000 mg/kg; GLP: no (literature value) 

Synthetic wax, Paraffinic hydrocarbons: LD50 Rabbit: > 2,000 mg/kg; (literature value) 

Synthetic wax, Paraffinic hydrocarbons: Rabbit: No eye irritation 

SECTION 12. Sasolwax H1 – Ecological information 

Other adverse effects This product has no known ecotoxicological effects. SECTION 13. Disposal considerations Product Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.

SECTION 14. Transport information Marine pollutant Not a Marine Pollutant 

Further Information Not classified as dangerous in the meaning of transport 

regulations. 

SECTION 15. Regulatory  

information

 

Safety, health and environmental regulations/legislation specific for the substance or  mixture 

USA TSCA Inventory All chemical constituents are listed in: USA TSCA Inventory (See chapter 3) 

Canadian Domestic Substances List (DSL) All chemical constituents are listed in: Canadian Domestic Substances List (DSL) (See chapter 3) 

Australian Inv. of Chem. Substances (AICS) All chemical constituents are listed in: Australian Inv. of Chem. Substances (AICS) (See chapter 3) 

New Zealand Inventory of Chemicals All chemical constituents are listed in: New Zealand Inventory of (NZIoC) Chemicals (NZIoC) (See chapter 3) 

Jap. Inv. of Exist. & New Chemicals (ENCS) All chemical constituents are listed in: Jap. Inv. of Exist. & New Chemicals (ENCS) (See chapter 3) 

Japan. Industrial Safety & Health Law  

(ISHL) All chemical constituents are listed in: Japan. Industrial Safety & Health Law (ISHL) (See chapter 3) 

Korea. Existing Chemicals Inventory (KECI) All chemical constituents are listed in: Korea. Existing Chemicals Inventory (KECI) (See chapter 3) 

Philippines Inventory of Chemicals and All chemical constituents are listed in: Philippines Inventory of

Chemical Substances (PICCS) Chemicals and Chemical Substances (PICCS) (See chapter 3) 

China Inv. Existing Chemical  Substances (IECSC) 

All chemical constituents are listed in: China Inv. Existing  Chemical Substances (IECSC) (See chapter 3)

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Disclaimer  

Information given herein is offered in good faith as accurate, but without guarantee. Conditions of use and  suitability of the product for particular uses are beyond our control; all risks of use of the product are therefore  assumed by the user and we expressly disclaim all warranties of every kind and nature, including warranties of  merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose in respect to the use or suitability of the product. Nothing  is intended as a recommendation for uses which infringe valid patents or as extending license under valid  patents. Appropriate warnings and safe handling procedures should be provided to handlers and users. 

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