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GPS SUMMARY REPORT 95 PIGMENT ORANGE 34 FINAL - Clariant

GPS Product Safety Summary

Document Number: GPSSR-95

PIGMENT ORANGE 34

GENERAL STATEMENT

GPS summary is intended to provide a general overview of the chemical substances in context of ICCA Global

Product Strategy. The information in the summary is general information about the chemical properties &

hazards involved to human & environment. Additional information is available through the relevant Safety Data

Sheet, which should be consulted before use of the chemical.

CHEMICAL IDENTITY

Name : Pigment Orange 34

Chemical Name : 4,4'-[(3,3'-dichloro[1,1'-biphenyl]-4,4'-diyl)bis(azo)]bis[2,4-dihydro-5-

methyl-2-(p-tolyl)-3H-pyrazol-3-one]

Colour Index Name : C.I. Pigment Orange 34

EC Number : 239-898-6

CAS Number : 15793-73-4

Molecular Formula : C 34 H 28 Cl 2 N 8 O 2

Structure :

USES AND APPLICATIONS

Colouring agent for paints, plastics and inks, used in industrial applications and consumer products

PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Property

Form

Physical state

Colour

Solid

Powder

Orange

Value

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Melting point No melting point observed. Decomposition starts at 312°C

Density 1.4321 g/cm³ at 23°C

Granulometry

4.64 μm (median value)

Octanol-water partition 1.02 at 23 - 24°C

coefficient (Log Kow)

Water solubility

3.5 µg/L (23 - 24°C)

Octanol solubility

36.5 µg/L (23 - 24°C)

Self-ignition temperature ca. 250°C

Flammability Not highly flammable according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008

HEALTH EFFECTS

Consumer: no human health hazard was identified

Workers: according to the present knowledge provided the substance is handled properly, there is no

identified risk to humans. The usual precautions, occupational exposure limits for inert dusts, industrial

hygiene and occupational safety measures for handling chemicals have to be observed.

In case of unintended exposure during maintenance, sampling, testing, or other procedures workers should

follow the recommended safety and first-aid-measures in the safety data sheet.

Effect Assessment

Acute Toxicity

Oral / inhalation / dermal

Irritation / corrosion Skin

/ eye/ respiratory tract

Sensitisation

Toxicity after repeated

exposure

Oral / inhalation / dermal

Genotoxicity /

Mutagenicity

Carcinogenicity

Toxicity for reproduction

Results

Not acutely toxic via the oral route (LD50 > 15.000 mg/kg bw)

Not expected to be acutely toxic via the dermal route (analogy)

Not expected to be acutely toxic via the inhalation route

Not irritating to skin and eyes

Not sensitizing to skin

No adverse effect observed up to the highest dose level administered

NOAEL (oral) = 1000 mg/kg bw/day

No adverse effect expected after repeated exposure via the dermal and

inhalation route

Not mutagenic in genetic toxity in vitro

No carcinogenicity to be expected

No adverse effect observed up to the highest dose level administered

NOAEL (oral) = 1000 mg/kg/bw/day

No adverse effect expected after repeated exposure via the dermal and

inhalation route

ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS

Effect Assessment

Fish toxicity

Daphnia toxicity

Algae toxicity

Bacteria toxicity

Results

No acute toxicity expected (analogy)

Not acute toxicity expected

Not toxic (EC50 > 1 mg/L)

No toxicity expected (analogy)

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Fate and Behaviour

Biodegradation

Bioaccumulation

potential

PBT / vPvB conclusion

Results

Not readily and/or inherently biodegradable (analogy)

Low potential for bioaccumulation

The substance is not a PBT/vPvB substance

USES AND APPLICATIONS

Colouring agent for paints, plastics and inks, used in industrial applications and consumer products

EXPOSURE

Human Health : Exposure of personnel in manufacturing facilities is considered low. Manufacturing process,

storage and handling operations are under industrial hygiene considerations and occupational safety

measures. Workers who might accidentally come in contact with the substance should follow the safety and

first-aid measures recommend in the safety data sheet.

As the substance is not to be classified as dangerous according to regulation (EC) no 1272/2008 (CLP-

Regulation) no human exposure assessment and risk characterisation has to be performed.

Environment: As the substance has neither to be classified as dangerous according to regulation (EC) no

1272/2008 (CLP-Regulation) nor is assessed to be PBT or vPvB substance, no environmental exposure

assessment and risk characterisation has to be performed.

RISK MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS

The substance has not to be classified as dangerous according to regulation (EC) no 1272/2008 (CLP-

Regulation)

Always apply technical measures and use personal protective equipment as recommended in the safety data

sheet to minimize exposure. Observe the usual industrial hygiene measures. Remove soiled or soaked clothing

immediately. Wash hands before break and after work.

STATE AGENCY REVIEW

This substance is registered under REACH

REGULATORY INFORMATION / CLASSIFICATION AND LABELLING

Labeling according CLP regulation (Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008, as amended):

No labelling required

Signal Word:

No signal word

CONCLUSION

The assessment has revealed that the substance is considered to be safe for the above described uses and

applications as colouring agent.

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CONTACT INFORMATION WITHIN COMPANY

Clariant Produkte (Deutschland) GmbH

65926 Frankfurt am Main

Telephone no. : +49 69 305 18000

GLOSSARY

Acute toxicity: harmful effects after a single exposure

Biodegradable: breakdown of materials by a physiological environment

Bioaccumulation : accumulation of substances in the environment

Carcinogenicity: effects causing cancer

Chronic toxicity: harmful effects after repeated exposures

Clastogen: a substance that causes breaks in chromosomes

Embryotoxicity: harmful effects on foetal health

GHS: Global Harmonized System

Hazard: situation bearing a threat to health and environment

Mutagenicity: effects that change genes

Reprotoxicity: combining teratogenicity, embryotoxicity and harmful effects on fertility

Sensitising: allergenic

Teratogenic: effects on foetal morphology

DATE OF ISSUE

November 2013

REVISION :

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

DISCLAIMER

The information contained in this paper is intended as advice only and whilst the information is provided in

utmost good faith and has been based on the best information currently available, is to be relied upon at the

user’s own risk.

No representations or warranties are made with regards to its completeness or accuracy and no liability will be

accepted by Clariant for damages of any nature whatsoever resulting from the use of or reliance on the

information.

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