Fibre PF650


4/20/2015 | RSS Mining



 Polypropylene resin polypropylene homopolymer.

Physical & Chemical Properties

Appearance: Translucent white/black solid fibres  with crimped profile

Density: N/A

Solubility: Insoluble

pH: N/A

Hazard Identification

Chronic exposure : Pure solid polyproypylene is biologically inert and does not affect the body during normal exposures even with long exposure.

Flammability: Polypropylene can burn if strongly heated, auto ignition temperature 400°C.

Inhalation: N/A

Ingestion: N/A

Skin Contact: N/A

Eye Contact: N/A

First Aid Measures

Inhalation: N/A

Ingestion: Low dosage, allow material to pass  normally through the intestinal tract to  be voided later.

Skin Contact: N/A

Eye Contact: N/A

Firefighting Measures

Water, dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam. In a fire, carbon monoxide and organic compounds are evolved in  small amounts, such as formaldehyde, acrolein and hydrocarbons.  Toxic fumes may accumulate in poorly ventilated areas.

Accidental Release Measures

Sweep up, recover, if possible or dispose of to applicable regulations.

Handling & Storage

Material is very stable, no foreseen hazards. Protect against fire.

Toxicological Information

This finished product is considered to be harmless. Polypropylene is considered to be non-toxic. Inhalation of high levels of polypropylene fumes as a result of fire can cause lung damage.


May be disposed of at approved landfills or preferably by incineration under approved conditions.



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