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Hostafine Red FGR 30 is a pigment dispersion of approx. 45% pigment and is based on nonionic dispersing and wetting agents and glycol. 
The Colour Index of the basic pigment is Pigment Red 112. 

The extremly low particle size distribution gives very good gloss, transparency and sedimentation properties in aqueous systems. 
Hostafine Red FGR is suitable for stationery, woodstains, latex, viscose fibres and detergents.

Hostafine pigment preparations are especially suitable for water-based transparent wood stains. 
They can also be used for other applications such as aqueous emulsion paints, glass paints, water-colors, latex and water resistant inks, inks for fiber-tip fineliner and roller-tip pens. 
A final evaluation in the customer system is necessary.

Benefits of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
Ultra finely dispersed pigment preparations
High tinting strength and brilliance
Outstanding transparency
Superior fastness properties compared to dyes
Easy-to-handle liquid pigment preparation
Highly consistent quality
Low viscosity and very good sedimentation behaviour
Excellent transparency
Excellent fastness properties compared to dyes

Physical Data of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
Density g/cm3: 1.20
Viscosity    Pa*s: < 2.0
Specific Surface m2/g: -
Average Particle Size nm: -
Pigment Content approx. [%]: 45
Water Content approx. [%]: 37

First Aid Measures of Hostafine Red FGR 30:

General Advice of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
If medical attention is required, show this safety data sheet to the doctor.

If Inhaled:
If inhaled, move person to fresh air. 
If not breathing, give artificial respiration and consult a physician.

In Case of Skin Contact:
Wash affected area with soap and water. 
Consult a physician if any exposure symptoms are observed.

In Case of Eye Contact:
Immediately rinse eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. 
Consult a physician.

If Swallowed:
Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. 
Rinse mouth with water. 

Do NOT induce vomiting unless advised to do so by a physician or Poison Control Center. 
Seek medical attention.

Firefighting Measures of Hostafine Red FGR 30:

Extinguishing Media:
Use water spray, alcohol-resistant foam, dry chemical or carbon dioxide.

Special Hazards Arising from the Substance or Mixture:
Carbon oxides, Nitrogen oxides, Sulfur oxides

Advice for Firefighters:
Wear self contained breathing apparatus for fire fighting if necessary.

Further Information:
No data available.

Accidental Release Measures of Hostafine Red FGR 30:

Personal precautions of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
Wear respiratory protection. 
Avoid dust formation.
Avoid breathing vapours, mist or gas. 

Ensure adequate ventilation. 
personnel to safe areas. 
Avoid breathing dust.

Environmental precautions of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
Prevent further leakage or spillage if safe to do so. 
Do not let product enter drains.
Method and materials for containment and cleaning up

Pick up and arrange disposal without creating dust. 
Sweep up and shovel. 
Keep in suitable, closed containers for disposal

Exposure Controls/Personal Protection of Hostafine Red FGR 30:

Control Parameters:
Contains no components with established occupational exposure limits.

Exposure Controls of Hostafine Red FGR 30:

Appropriate Engineering Controls:
A laboratory fumehood or other appropriate form of local exhaust ventilation should be used to avoid exposure.

Personal Protective Equipment of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
All recommendations below are advisory in nature and a risk assessment should be performed by the employer/end user prior to use of this product. 
The type of protective equipment must be selected based on the amount and concentration of the dangerous material being used in the workplace.

Eye/Face Protection of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
Safety goggles or face shield. 
All equipment should have been tested and approved under appropriate standards, such as NIOSH (US), CSA (Canada), or EN 166 (EU).

Skin Protection of Hostafine Red FGR 30:
Gloves should be used when handling this material. 
Gloves are to be inspected prior to use. 

Contaminated gloves are to be removed using proper glove removal technique so that the outer surface of the glove does not contact bare skin. 
Dispose of contaminated gloves after use in compliance with good laboratory practices and local requirements.

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