Part Ⅰ:Chemical Name
- English Name: cyclohexylamine
- English name 2: hexahydroaniline
- Technical Specification Code: 294
- CAS No.: 108-91-8
- Molecular formula: C6H13N
- Molecular Weight: 92.19
Part II: Composition/Composition Information
- Harmful Ingredients: Cyclohexylamine
- CAS No.:108-91-8
Part III: Hazards Overview
- Hazard Category:
- Intrusion Route:
- Health hazards: Acute poisoning can occur when inhaling the vapors of this product. Signs of poisoning include severe vomiting and diarrhea; dilated pupils and unresponsiveness to light, blurred vision, malaise, and speech disorders. In human patch tests, 25% of the solution causes severe skin irritation and may cause allergic reactions.
- Environmental Hazards:
- Detonation Hazards:This product is flammable, corrosive, irritating, can cause burns to the human body, and is sensitizing.
Part IV: First aid measures
- Skin Contact: Remove contaminated clothing immediately and rinse with plenty of running water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention.
- Eye Contact: Immediately lift eyelids and rinse thoroughly with plenty of running water or saline solution for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical attention.
- Inhalation: Remove from scene quickly to fresh air. Keep airway clear. If breathing is difficult, administer oxygen. If respiration stops, resuscitate immediately. Get medical attention
- Ingestion: Rinse mouth with water, give milk or egg whites. Seek medical attention.
Part V: Fire Fighting Measures
- Hazard characteristics:Flammable, flammable in open flame and high heat. Highly toxic fumes when heated. Reacts violently in contact with oxidizers. The vapor is heavier than air and can spread at low altitudes over long distances, catching fire when ignited.
- Hazardous combustion products: carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide.
- Extinguishing Method: Spray the escaping liquid with water to dilute it into a non-combustible mixture and protect firefighters with a mist of water.
- Extinguishing agent: water, anti-soluble foam, dry powder, carbon dioxide, sand.
Part VI: Emergency response to spills
- Emergency treatment: Quickly evacuate the spill contaminated area to a safe area, and isolate, strictly limit access. Cut off the fire source. It is recommended that emergency responders wear self-contained positive pressure respirators and anti-acid and alkali work clothes. Enter the scene from upwind. Cut off the source of leakage as much as possible. Prevent leakage into restricted spaces such as sewers and flood drains. Small spills: mix with sand, dry lime or soda ash. It can also be flushed with large amounts of water, which can be diluted and placed in the wastewater system. Large spills: construct berms or dig pits to contain them. Cover with foam to reduce vapor damage. Transferred by explosion-proof pump to tanker truck or special collector for recycling or transport to waste disposal site.
Part VII: Operational Disposal and Storage
- Operating Notes:Sealed operation, with attention to ventilation. Operators must be specially trained to strictly follow the operating procedures. It is recommended that operators wear a direct gas mask (half mask), chemical safety glasses, anticorrosive overalls, and rubberized oil-resistant gloves. Keep away from fire and heat sources, and do not smoke in the workplace. Use explosion-proof ventilation systems and equipment. Prevent vapors from leaking into the workplace air. Avoid contact with acids. Load and unload gently to prevent damage to packaging and containers. Have the appropriate variety and quantity of fire-fighting equipment and spill response equipment. Emptying containers may leave hazardous residues.
- Storage Precautions:Store in a cool, well-ventilated warehouse. Keep away from fire and heat sources. Storage temperature should not exceed 30°C. Keep containers sealed. Should be stored separately from acids and edible chemicals, do not mix them. Use explosion-proof lighting and ventilation facilities. Do not use spark-prone mechanical equipment and tools. The storage area should be equipped with leak emergency treatment equipment and suitable shelter materials.
Part VIII: Exposure Control/Individual Protection
Occupational Exposure Limits
- China MAC (mg/m3): no standard has been established.
- MAC (mg/m3) in the former USSR: 1
- TLVTN: ACGIH 10ppm,41mg/m3
- TLVWN: No standard established
- Monitoring methods:
- Engineering Controls: Confined operation with proper ventilation. Provide safety showers and eyewash facilities.
- Respiratory protection: Wear a direct gas mask (half mask) when airborne concentrations exceed the limit. An air respirator is recommended for emergencies or evacuations.
- Eye protection: Wear chemical safety glasses.
- Body protection: Wear antiseptic overalls.
- Hand protection: Wear rubberized oil-resistant gloves.
- Other Protection: No smoking, eating or drinking on the job site. Shower and change clothes after work. Conduct pre-employment and periodic medical examinations.
Part IX: Physical and Chemical Properties
- Main components: content: excellent grade ≥ 98.5%; one grade ≥ 95.0%.
- Appearance and properties: colorless liquid with unpleasant odor.
- Melting point (℃): -17.7
- Boiling point (℃): 134.5
- Relative density (water=1): 0.86
- Relative vapor density (air=1): 3.42
- Saturated vapor pressure (kPa): 1.17 (25℃)
- Heat of combustion (kJ/mol): Not available.
- Critical temperature (°C): no data available
- Critical pressure (MPa): no data available
- Logarithm of octanol/water partition coefficient: not available
- Flash Point(℃):32(O.C)
- Ignition Temperature (℃):293
- Blast Limit %(V/V): No data available
- Lower Explosion Limit % (V/V): No data available.
- Solubility: Soluble in water, miscible in most organic solvents.
- Main Uses: Used as boiler water treatment agent and corrosion inhibitor, rubber accelerator, organic synthesis intermediate.
- Other physical and chemical properties:
Part X: Stability and Reactivity
- Prohibited Compounds: acids, acyl chloride, acid anhydride, strong oxidizers.
- Conditions to avoid exposure:
- Aggregation Hazards:
- Decomposition products:
Part XI: Toxicological Information
- Acute toxicity: LD50: 710mg/kg (rat oral); 227mg/kg (rabbit percutaneous). LC50: 7500mg/m3 (rat inhalation)
- Subacute and chronic toxicity:
- Irritation: human percutaneous: 125 mg/48 hours, severe irritation.
Part XII: Ecological Data
- Bioconcentration or bioaccumulation:
- Other Harmful Effects: The substance may be harmful to the environment and special attention should be given to water bodies.
Part XIII: Disposal
- Waste Nature:
- Disposal method: Disposal by incineration. Nitrogen oxides emitted from the incinerator are removed by scrubbers.
- Disposal considerations:
Part XIV: Transportation Information
- Dangerous Goods Number: 82021
- UN Number: 2357
- Package Symbol:
- Packaging Category: O52
- Packing Method: Small open end steel drums; threaded glass bottles, iron lid pressed glass bottles, plastic bottles or metal barrels (cans) outside ordinary wooden boxes; threaded glass bottles, plastic bottles or tinned steel drums (cans) outside full bottom lattice boxes, fiberboard boxes or plywood boxes.
- Notes on transportation: Rail transportation should be carried out in strict accordance with the Dangerous Goods Packing List in the Rules for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods of the Ministry of Railways. The packaging should be complete and the loading should be stable at the time of shipment. In the process of transportation, it should be ensured that the container will not leak, collapse, fall or be damaged. The tank (tank) truck used in transportation should have a grounding chain, and the tank can be equipped with a hole partition to reduce the shock and generate static electricity. It is strictly forbidden to mix and transport with acids and edible chemicals. When transporting by road, follow the prescribed route and do not stop in residential and densely populated areas.
Part XV: Regulatory Information
- Regulatory Information: Regulations on the Safety Management of Chemical Hazardous Substances (promulgated by the State Council on February 17, 1987), Rules for the Implementation of the Regulations on the Safety Management of Chemical Hazardous Substances (No. 677  of the Ministry of Chemical Industry), Regulations on the Safe Use of Chemicals in the Workplace (No. 423  of the Ministry of Labor), etc., make regulations on the safe use, production, storage, transportation, loading and unloading of chemical hazardous substances. Corresponding regulations; Classification and labelling of commonly used hazardous chemicals (GB 13690-92) classifies the substance as Class 8.2 alkaline corrosives.