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Combustion and explosion characteristics

of dusts

BIA

DMT

HVBG
Hauptverband der
gewerblichen
Berufsgenossenschaften
The present report was elaborated in co-operation with: DMT-Gesellschaft für Forschung
und Prüfung mbH (association for research und testing), expert body for surface fire und
explosion protection - mining test faciliiy, Dortmund, Germany; Berufsgenossenschaft
Nahrungsmittel und Gaststätten - BGN [statutory accident insurance institution for food in-
dustry und catering)/ Forschungsgesellschaft für angewandte Systemsicherheit und Arbe-
itsrnedizin e.V. - FSA (researchassociation for applied system safeiy und occupational
medicine), Mannheirn, Gerrnany; CHEMSAFE - database for assessed characteristics in
safeiy technology, Gerrnan Socieiy for Chemical Apparatus, Chernical Engineering und
Biotechnology e.V. - DECHEMA, Frankfurt/Main, Germany/Federal Institute for Materials
Research und Testing - BAM, Berlin, Gerrnany/Federal Institute of Physics und Metrology -
PTB, Brunswick, Germany; Henkel KGaA, TTA-Safeiy Technology, Düsseldorf, Gerrnany.
The present Report was realised with the financial support of the European Cornmission,
Directorate-General V - employrnent, work relations und social affairs, Brussels und Luxern-
bourg .

Authors: H. Beck, N.Glienke, C. Möhlrnann


HVBG, Berufsgenossenschaftliches Institut für
Arbeitssicherheit - BIA (ProfessionalAssociation's
Occupational Safeiy Institute)

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Kurzfassung Abstract

Als Grundlage zum sicheren Handhaben Irnportant combustion und explosion charac-
brennbarer Stäube und zum Proiektieren von teristics of approximately 4 3 0 0 dust sarn-
Schutzmaßnahrnen gegen Sta~bex~losionen ples from virtually oll sectors of industry were
in stauberzeugenden und verarbeitenden determined as a basis for the safe handling
Anlagen wurden von annähernd 4 3 0 0 of cornbustible dusts and for the planning of
Staubproben aus nahezu allen Bereichen preventive and protective rneasures against
der gewerblichen Wirtschaft wichtige Brenn- dust explosions in dust-generating und
und E~~losionskenngrößen bestimmt. Die processing plants. The test rnethods applied
angewandten Untersuchungsverfahren wer- are described. Attention is also drawn to
den beschrieben, und es wird auf weitere further influencing factors.
EinfluBgrößen hingewiesen.
As the numerical values of the characteristics
Da die Brenn- und Explosionskenngrößen in depend to a large extent on the deterrnina-
erheblichem Umfang sowohl vom jeweiligen tion rnethods, the importance of the "limits of
Staubzustand als auch von den Bestirn- applicabilify" is emphasized. The applica-
rn~n~sverfahren abhängen, wird die Bedeu- tion lirnits rnust be noted by the User, other-
tung der "Grenzen der Anwendbarkeit" wise faulfy assessments with serious conse-
besonders hervorgehoben. Die An- quences rnay occur in the evaluation of
wendungsgrenzen müssen vom Benutzer hazards or in the design of preventive und
beachtet werden, da es andernfalls zu protective rneasures.
folgenschweren Fehleinschätzungen beim
Beurteilen von Gefahren oder beim
Auslegen von Schutzmaßnahmen kommen
kann.
Page

1 lntroduction ................................................................................ 6

2 Definitions/characteristics ............................................................. 8

3 Preventive and protective rneasures und characteristics to be noted..... 10

4 Test frarnework ........................................................................ 11

5 Test methods ............................................................................ 13

6 Effect of different parameters on the explosion behaviour .................. 22

..
7 Limits of applicab~lity.................................................................. 27

8 References ............................................................................... 29

9 Explanatory notes for the tables .................................................... 3 1

Tables of combustion and explosion characteristics of dusts ................................ 33

Index of rnaterials.................................................................................... 443


1 lntroduction

A prerequisite for the Safe handling of solid The loose-leaf cornpilation of the BIA Hand-
rnaterials with a fine particle size 1e.g. book took into account the frequently ex-
powder, flour, dust) is that the properties ~resseddesire for the publication of further
which affect safety are known. In addition characteristics. Apart frorn data frorn the
to health aspects, these include flarnrnability Mining lndustry Testing Station - BVS und
und explosibility. The rnore cornprehensive the Ber~fs~enossenschaftliches lnstitut für
our knowledge of the cornbustion und ex- Arbeitssicherheit- BIA - (ProfessionalAsso-
plosion behaviour, the rnore effectively the ciation's Occupational Safety Institute), data
necessary preventive und protective rneas- from the Berufsgenossenschaft Nahrungsrnit-
ures can be taken. tel und Gaststäiten (Statutory Accident Insur-
ance Institution for Food lndustry und Cater-
In collaboration with the Bergbau Ver- ing) - BGN -was also included so that the
suchsstrecke - BVS (Mining Test Facility) und second edition of the tables contained ex-
with the financial Support of the Haupfver- plosion characteristics of alrnost 1900
band des gewerblichen Berufsgenossen- dusts. Two additional tables containing
schaften (Federation of the Statutory Acci- data on rninirnurn ignition energies und
dent lnsurance lnstitutions of the lndustrial lirniting oxygen concentrations were new
Sector), a research proiect to deterrnine the PI.
cornbustion und explosion characteristics of
representative dusts was designed und Within the frarnework of a proiect spon-
carried out at the end of the 70s. The results sored by the Cornmission of the European
were published in 1980 in a research Cornmunity, further data records with char-
report entitled "Dust explosions, cornbustion acteristics deterrnined by various testing
und explosion characteristics of dusts" [ I 1. Stations were included on a large scale in
the table. The table now contains data
Cornbustion und explosion characteristics records frorn approxirnately 4 3 0 0 dust
were deterrnined for over 8 0 0 dusts und sarnples.
dust-type products. Although not all the
safety characteristics of a substance were The scale of the table thus achieved goes
recorded, the data in the tables constituted beyond the scope of the BIA Handbook so
a useful basis for practical work safety, und that it will be published in future as a BIA-
was welcomed especially by safety experts Report. The results of the research proiect in
und supervisory authorities. English und Gerrnan is therefore already
being published in BIA report forrnat.
This research report will be available above German Society for Chemical Appara-
all to experts responsible for assessing the tus, Chemical Engineering und Biotech-
explosive potential of dusts und evaluating nology e.V. - DECHEMA, Frank-
the risks associated with handling combusti- furt/Main, Germany; Federal Institute for
ble dusts. Materials Research und Testing - BAM,
Berlin, Germany/Federal lnstitute of
The testing stations involved in the EU Physics und Metrology - PTB, Brunswick,
project with data records are: Germany

- Ber~fs~enossenschaftliches Institut für - ~ ~ ~ ~ e s e l l s cfürh Forschung


aft und
Arbeitssicherheit - BIA [Professional Prüfung rnbH, expert body for surface
Association's Occupational Safefy fire und explosion protection - mining
Institute), Sankt Augustin, Germany test facility, Dortmund, Germany

- Berufsgenossenschaft Nahrungsmittel - Henkel KGaA, TA-Safety Technology,


und Gaststä~en- BGN (Statutory Acci- Düsseldorf, Germany
dent lnsurance Institution for Food lndus-
try und Catering)/Forschungsgesell- The test methods upon which the character-
schuft für ungewandte Systemsicherheit istics listed in the tables are based are de-
und Arbeitsmedizin e.V. - FSA, Mann- scribed in various national und international
heim, Gerrnany Standards [3 to 61. The rnost important basis
for this table is the VDI 2263-1 [3]. As far
- CHEMSAFE - Database for assessed as possible, the terms correspond to the
characteristics in safety technology, definitions of the EN 1 127-1 [7].
Cubic law Explosion

Volume-dependence of the rnaximurn rate of Abrupt oxidation reaction producing an


explosion pressure rise increase in temperature, pressure, or in both
sirnultaneously.
(dp/dt) „
, . v " ~= const = Ks,.
Kstvalue
Dust
Parameter specific to dust und test rnethod,
Finely divided solid substance of any shape, which is calculated according to the cubic
structure und densiiy below a particle size law. It is numerically equal to the value for
of about 5 0 0 Pm. the maxirnum rate of explosion pressure rise
in the 1 m3vessel under the test conditions
Dust/air mixture specified in VDI Guidelines 3673, Part 1
und 2263, Part 1 as well ISO 61 84/1.
Dust whirled up in air (dust cloud). The dust
concentration is the characteristic quantiiy. Limiting oxygen concentration LOC

Dust explosion classes The maximum oxygen concentration in a


dust/air/inert gas mixture, at which an
Categories, into which dusts are classified explosion does not occur, under specified
on the basis of their Ksl volues. test conditions.

Dust explosion Lower explosion lirnit LEL


class in bar. rn . s '
>o to 200 Lower limit of the range of the concentration
St 2 >200 to 300 of dust in air, at which the dustlair rnixture
St 3 >300 can be caused to explode.
Maximum explosion (0ver)pressure p„ Minimum ignition energy MIE or E„

The rnaxirnurn pressure value occurring Lowest electrical energy stored in a capaci-
during the explosion of a dust/air rnixture of tor, which upon discarge is sufficient to
optirnum concentration in a closed vessel ignite the rnost ignitable rnixture of dust and
under specified test conditions. air, under specified test conditions.

Maximum rate of explosion pressure rise Minimum ignition temperature of a dust


(dp/d9„ cloud (ignition temperature) I1

Maximum value of the pressure rise per unit Lowest ternperature of a hot surfoce at
time in a closed vessel occurring during the which the rnost flarnrnable rnixture of dust
explosion of a dust/air mixture of optirnurn and air ignites under specified test condi-
concentration under specified test conditions tions.
(see also "Cubic law").
Minimum ignition temperature of a dust
Median value MV layer of 5 m m thickness
(glowing temperature) G1
Value for the rnean particle size (50 % in
weight of the dust is coarser and 50 % in Lowest ternperature of a hot surface on
weight is finer than the median valuel. which ignition occurs in a 5 rnrn thick layer
of dust under specified test conditions.
3 Preventive and protective measures and characteristics to be
noted

According to the explosion prevention und be fulfilled or can only be fulfilled with con-
protection guidelines (EX-RL), VDI 2 2 6 3 siderable effort, comparable safety can be
[8,3] und the new European regulations achieved by limiting the effects of an un-
[7,9,10] a distinction is made between two avoidable explosion to an acceptable ex-
types of measures: tent.

- preventive explosion measures Knowledge of the combustion and explo-


(avoidance of explosions) sion characteristics of the dusts to be han-
- protective explosion measures dled is required for appropriate selection
(avoidance of the dangerous impact of und dimensioning of preventive und protec-
explosions by constructional protective tive measures (see Table 1 ).
measures).
Advice on the implementation of preventive
The aim of the preventive explosion protec- und protective measures is included in the
tion measures is to prevent the occurrence of guidelines und publications listed in the
explosions by eliminating or avoiding the references. Of particular interest here are
conditions for explosions. If this aim cannot VDI 2 2 6 3 [3] und EN 1 127-1 [7].

Preventive/Protective measure Pertinent characteristics


Prevention of combustible dusts Combustibility, explosibility
Limiting concentration Explosion limits
lnerting Limiting oxygen concentrat~on
Prevention of ignition sources Minimum ignition energy, ignition temperature,
glowing temperature, auto-ignition behaviour,
exothermic d e c ~ m ~ o s i t i o elektrostatic
n, behaviour,
impact sensitivity, smouldering point
Explosion-resistant design Maximum explos~onoverpressure
Explosion relief Ksrvalue, maximum explosion overpressure
Explosion suppression Ksivalue, maximum explosion overpressure

Table 1 : Correlation of preventive/protective measures with safeiy characteristics


4 Test framework

A comprehensive knowledge of the The characteristics should initially be deter-


cornbustion and explosion behaviour of the mined for fine dusts to find out the most
substances concerned is necessary to be critical conditions to be expected in prac-
able to evaluate the safety of plants and tice. This is especially important if the de-
processes. Firstly, the chemical cornposition gree of fineness changes or the number of
of the substances rnust be known. If oxidisa- fine particles increases during a process
bility of a substance can be precluded, tests (e.g. by grinding, abrasion, exhaustion or
can be dispensed with. It can then be sedimentation). The tests on deposited dust
designated non-flammable and non- are generally conducted with the fraction
explosive. <250 prn and those on whirled-up dust with
the fraction <63 Pm. It might be necessary
If oxidisability is likely or cannot be pre- to prepare the test sample by suitable treat-
cluded, the characteristics must be deter- ment.
mined by means of experiments. It is not yet
possible to calculate these characieristics To solve certain problems, however, it might
frorn basic data, on cornbustion heat, for also be useful to test the dust without special
example. Fig. 1 shows a tried and tested treatment, in other words in its "operational
frarnework for testing combustion and ex- condition".
plosion behaviour [3,7,8,1 1,12,14,18,
241.
4 Test framework

+
Dust sarnple

Moisture content

Explosion limits
Max. explosion pressure Limiting oxygen concentration
Max. rate of pressure rise lgnition temperature

Fig. 1 : Flow diagram for investigation of the combustion und explosion behoviour of dusts

12
5 Test rnethods

The characteristics listed in the tables have mated approximately on the basis of the
been determined according to the methods tests in the rnodified Hartmann tube.
briefly described below.
Maximum explosion pressure, maximum
Particle size distribution, median value rate of explosion pressure rise, Ks, value

The particle size distribution of a dust is Relioble values for these explosion charac-
always determined by a screen analysis. To teristics of dusts are obtained if a sphere-
this effect the dust to be tested is sieved shaped vessel with a volume 2 2 0 1 is used.
onto standard test screens und the screen The values in the tables are based on tests
residue is weighed. If the residue in weight in the 1 rn3 vessel and/or 2 0 1 sphere.
per cent is plotted over the particle diarneter
in the RRSB grid, a distribution curve occurs, In the 1 rn3vessel (Fig. 21, the dust to be
indicating the median value of the tested tested is poured into a 5 1 dust container,
dust. The median value can be used to located outside the explosion vessel. The
roughly characterise the fineness of the dust dust is usually blown into the explosion
sample. If a screen analysis cannot be vessel via a sernicircular perforated 3/4"
carried out, wet or sifting rnethods are used pipe running along the inside wall of the
to deterrnine particle size distribution. vessel. The diarneter of the 2 0 or 13 holes
in the pipe wall is 5 mrn or 6 mrn respec-
Moisture content tively. Cornpressed air under an overpres-
Sure of 2 0 bar in the dust container ensures
The rnoisture content of the substance to be sufficiently quick discharge of the dust und a
tested is rneasured as the difference be- right turbulence inside the explosion vessel
iween the weight of wet dust und the after a blasting cap or electro-pneurnatically
weight of dried dust. This is deterrnined by activated valve is opened, so that an ade-
carefully drying the dust until a constant quately homogeneous dust/air rnixture with
weight is achieved. a defined concentration is present in the
explosion vessel at the ignition time. The
Lower explosion limit ignition delay time, i.e. the time between
the start of dust iniection und triggering of
The lower explosion limit is determined by the ignition source, is an arbitraiy quantity
the explosion tests described below to de- for the degree of turbulence at the rnornent
termine P„, and Ks, It can also be esti- of ignition.
5 Test rnethods

Pressure sensor Perforated semicircular Spray pipe

Pressure sensor Waste gos

e-

Fig. 2: Test apparatus for the determination of the explosion behaviour of dusts (1 m3 vessel;
schematic)
Turbulente is necessary, on the one hand, which is achieved when the dust to b e
to keep the dust in suspension, on the other, tested has iust been fully discharged from
it affects the course of the explosion. With the dust container. The associated ignition
diminishing ignition delay time the turbu- delay time is 0.6 s (Fig. 3).Shortening of
lence increases und the values for the the ignition delay time to values below
maximum rate of explosion pressure rise 0 . 6 s results in an increase in the rate of
und the maximum explosion pressure in- explosion pressure rise. All tests are based
crease. The latter approaches a maximum on an ignition delay time of 0.6 s.
value,

Dust
container

Explosion
vessel

Time in s -
Fig. 3: Course of the explosion at the tests of dusts in the 1 m3 container (schematic)

The dust/air mixture is ignited in the recorded time resolved via pressure
centre of the explosion vessel. Two sensors inserted in the vessel wall.
chemical igniters with a total energy of
10 000 J are always used as ignition
source. The course of the explosion is
5 Test methods

In the Course of a series of tests, the dust Apart from vessel size, the rnost important
concentrations are varied, und the explo- differences are that partial evacuation must
sion pressure und the rate of explosion be undertaken before the actual test (to
pressure rise of the reaction is determined. achieve atmospheric pressure in the explo-
Starting with a dust concentration of 500 g sion vessel aber the dust is blown in), und
m" in euch case, the concentration is in- that the ignition delay time is only 0 . 0 6 s.
creased gradually by 2 5 0 g m" und, if A further difference is that the investigations
necessary, reduced by halving the concen- over the wide concentration range are
tration until the maximum values for the conducted in three series und the maximum
pressure und the rate of pressure rise are explosion pressure und maximum rate of
clearly ascertained. The concentration, at explosion pressure rise are calculated by
which ignition of the dust/air mixture no forming the mean value of the maximum
longer occurs is determined by further reduc values of euch series.
tion of the dust concentration according to
the sarne method. With the aid of the "cubic law"

By reducing the dust concentration stepwise (dp/dt) „


, . V ' I 3= constant = Ksi
in the Same way, the concentration is de-
termined at which no ignition of the dust/air the maximum rate of explosion pressure rise
mixture occurs at least three times. If this is converted to the Ks,value which is inde-
result is the same when using an ignition pendent of the volume. As it is the case in
delay time of 0.3 s this dust concentration the 1 m3vessel, iwo chemical igniters with a
will be called the lower explosion limit of total energy of 10 000 J are used as igni-
the tested dust. tion source [3,4,5,16].

In the case of the 20 1 sphere, the test Dust explosibility/dust explosion class
method and the construction of the equip-
rnent are basically the Same as for the Dust explosibility exists if a flame spreads
1 m3 vessel. They are specified in such after ignition in a dustlair rnixture, causing
a way that values comparable to those in a pressure increase in a closed vessel.
the 1 m3 vessel are obtained within the Explosibility is preferably determined in
measuring accuracy lirnits.
closed apparatuses according to the de- A continuous spark gap serves as ignition
scribed rnethods. While the sarne ignition source. In the event of non-ignition, the test
source is used in the 1 m3vessel as in the is repeated with a stronger ignition source
test to deterrnine the characteristics p„ und in the form of a glowing coil [17].
KSf (E= 10 U), the ignition energy to deter-
rnine dust explosibility in the 20 1 sphere is Depending on the reaction of the dust/air
only 1 kj to 2 kJ [3]. mixture, the lid is opened to a varying extent
und the opening angle displayed digitally
If the described method produces no pres- in three Stages via inductive transrnitters. The
Sure build-up (Ap <0.5 bar above the initial rnaxirnum reactions are evaluated accord-
process-related pressure), the dust in the ing to the following rnethod:
tested form (cornposition, particle size,
rnoisture content) is regarded as non-dust - lndication " 0 (without visually percepti-
explosible. If a pressure value of r 0 . 5 bar ble independent flarne propagation)
a bove the initial process-related pressure rnerely rneans that no ignition occurs un-
occurs, the dust is regarded as in rnixture der these test conditions. However, clas-
with air explosible (dust explosible). sification of the dust particle as non-dust
explosible is not justified. More extensive
The modified Hartmann tube can also tests in closed vessels are necessary.
indicate to a certain extent explosibility und
dust explosion class. The rnodified Hart- - "1 " indicates that the dust in the rnixture
rnann tube (Fig. 4) consists of a vertically with air is explosible und should be
arranged glass tube with a volurne of about clossified in the dust explosion class
1.2 1, which is closed at the top by a St 1 . Visually perceptible independent
hinged lid. The dust to be tested is placed flarne propagation, even without deflec-
on the bottorn of the apparatus und distrib- tion of the hinged lid, is equal to " 1 ".
uted by a defined air blast guided via a
rnushroorn-shaped atorniser frorn a preced- - "2" also indicates that dust explosibility is
ing cornpressed-air reservoir ( V = 50 rnl, present, but does not perrnit classifica-
p = 8 bar). tion in a dust explosion class. More ex-
tensive tests in closed equiprnent are re-
The dust quantity introduced is varied over quired.
a wide range in euch of three test series.
5 Test methods

Fig. 4: Modified Hartrnann tube (schernatic; left: application with glowing coil, right: ap-
plication with induction spark)

Limiting oxygen concentration tration in air the oxygen concentration will


be reduced by steps of 1 % V/V adrnixing
For the deterrnination of the lirniting oxygen inert gas until the rnixture can not be ignited.
concentration the sarne apparatus und The decrease of the optirnurn dust concen-
procedures are used as for the dust explosi- tration when decreasing the oxygen concen-
bility. Storting with the optirnurn dust concen- tration has to be taken into account.
The quoted values of the lirniting oxygen vessel with use of a suitable capacitor dis-
concentration are based on nitrogen as ineri charge device [15,19].
gas. Generally, the values will be higher for
other inert gases [3]. The results are usually indicated as a pair of
varieties in the logarithrnic graduation. The
Minimum ignition energy lower value refers to the energy which
caused no reaction according to the speci-
The lowest value of capacitively stored fied process. The higher value refers to the
electric energy, which is just adequate to lowest used energy which led to ignition.
ignite the rnost flarnrnable rnixture of dust
und air at atrnospheric pressure und roorn Minimum ignition temperature of a dust-
ternperature during the discharge prolonged cloud (ignition temperature)
by an inductance in the discharge circuit via
a spark gap, is referred to as the rninirnurn To deterrnine the ignition ternperature ac-
ignition energy of a cornbustible dust in rnix- cording to Godbert-Greenwald [Fig. 51 a
ture with air. srnall quantity of dust (0.1 g to 3.5 g) is
blown down into an electrically heated,
The rninirnurn ignition energy can be deter- vertically arranged tube 3 6 rnrn in diarneter
rnined as well in the rnodified Harirnann und 400 rnrn long by rneans of a variable
tube as in the 2 0 1 sphere or in the 1 rn3 air blast ( V = 50 crn3 to 3 0 0 crn3,
p = 1.1 bar to 1.6 bar).
5 Test methods

3 Therrnocouple

6 Electrovalve
7 Pressure vessel
8 Shut-off valve

Fig. 5: GodbertGreenwald equiprnent (schernatic)

In the so-called BAM-oven, the dust to be perature at which the dust/air rnixture tested
tested is blown against a vertical irnpact in the described equiprnent burns with a
surface, the hottest point inside the horizon- closed flarne, is referred to as the ignition
tal oven. The concentration of the dust/air ternperature.
rnixture is varied within certain lirnits through
the input of different quantities of dust und In the case of Sedimentation of the dust
the lowest ternperature, at which ignition caused by the horizontal arrangernent of the
occurs, is deterrnined. BAM-oven, srnouldering gases rnay arise,
The airn of these tests is therefore to deter- so that the values deterrnined in this equip-
rnine the ignition behaviour of a dust cloud rnent rnay be lower than those deterrnined
in transient contact with a hot surface in a with the GodbertGreenwald equiprnent
closed ternperature field. The lowest tern- [3,13,18,20].
Minimum ignition temperature of a dust. Combustion test
layer of 5 mm thickness
(glowing temperature) These test checks whether and to what
extent a fire started by external ignition can
The glowing ternperature is deterrnined on spread in deposited dust. An atternpt is
an electrically heated plate 185 rnrn in rnade to ignite the dust sarnple heaped to
diarneter, the ternperature of which is con- form a strip of product about 2 crn wide
trolled with an accuracy of rt 2 "C by ther- and 4 crn long at one end with a glowing
rnostats. The sarnple is spread in a circular platinurn wire with a ternperature of about
shape ( 1 00 rnrn diarneter) in a 5 rnrn thick 1000 "C. The wire is irnrnersed only briefly
layer in the centre of the preheated plate in the dust sarnple, so that the latter is not
and the reaction behaviour observed - heated. A 5 rnrn to 2 0 rnrn thick cerarnic
sornetirnes with the aid of a sensitive ther- plate is used as a base. In the case of rnelt-
rnocouple. Signs of glowing phenornena ing substances, a rnodified cornbustion test
are rnade clearer, if necessary, by careful is also carried out on a sarnple to which
fanning. The lowest plate ternperature, at 2 0 % in weight kieselgur has been added.
which parts of the sarnple glow within iwo The result frequently indicates obvious corn-
hours after application, is referred to as bustion behaviour. The flarnrnabiliiy is evalu-
glowing ternperature [3,6,13,18]. ated by the class nurnbers BZ 1 to BZ 6
according to the following classification:

Does not catch fire BZ 1


Catches fire briefly and extinguishes rapidly BZ 2
Local burning or glowing without spread BZ 3
Spread of a glowing fire BZ 4
Spread of an open fire BZ 5
Very rapid cornbustion BZ 6
6 Effect of different parameters on the explosion behaviour

As already rnentioned, various pararneters the rnixture with air is above the lower ex-
may affect the explosion behaviour of dusts. p/osion lirnit, in general a dust ex~losionis
These include, in particular, the fineness und possible. In this connection it should be
water content of the solid material, the pres- noted that abrasion of coarse dust, caused
ence of solvent vapours, cornbustible or by a varieiy of reasons in practice, rnay
srnouldering gases und the oxygen content produce fine dust.
in the rnixture.
Water content
Fineness
Basically, the values for the explosion char-
The explosion behaviour of dusts depends acteristics dirninish as water content in-
to a large extent on the particle size distribu- creases. This effect plays hardly any role up
tion. Hence, the latter must be specified at to a water content of about 10 % in weight.
the sarne time as values for the explosion Only the raisabiliiy of the rnaterials can be
characteristics. Often only the median value reduced. Clear reduction of the explosion
is rnentioned as a guide. The dependence characteristics p„ und K„ occurs only
of the rnaxirnurn explosion overpressure und above 20 % in weight to 30 % in weight
rnaxirnurn rate of explosion pressure rise on water content (Fig. 7).
the median values is plotted for different
dusts in Fig. 6. Cornbustible gases and vapours

lt is evident that with dirninishing particle The explosion behaviour of dusts rnay be
size the tendency of the dusts to explode affected und increased by the addition of
increases. Finer dusts ignite rnore easily und cornbustible gases, srnouldering gases or
react rnore violently than coarser ones. The solvent vapours. Such cornbinations of
increase in the proportion of coarse parti- cornbustibles are referred to as hybrid mix-
cles in the dust sarnple, e.g. by adrnixing tures. In the case of hybrid rnixtures, the
granulate not explosible by itself to explosi- rnaxirnum rate of explosion pressure rise in
ble fine dust, leads only to a darnpening of particular becornes higher (Fig. 8) und the
the explosion and thus to reduced values of rninirnurn ignition energy lower than in pure
the characteristics p„ und K.,or to higher dust/air rnixtures. Hybrid rnixtures rnay even
values, for exarnple, for the rninirnum igni- be explosible if the concentrations of the
tion energy or the lirniting oxygen concentra- gases, vapours or dusts are individually
tion. As long as the fine dust proportion in below their lower explosion lirnit.
L
10
U
-!2

22
41
s-
8 5
.-0
ö
n
$5
X

3
0
0 1 00 200 300 400
Median value/pm

L
U

0 100 200 300 400


Median value/pm

Fig. 6: Effect of the median value on the explosion behaviour (V= 1 m3, E=lO 000 J)
6 Effect of different parameters on the explosion behaviour

L
10

2
U
_O

3
U)
-----
i
0
(D
>
O 5-
.-8 \
ö
- \
a
8: \
X \
3
0-
0 20 40
\ \
60
Water contentp? by weight

- 200 - I I

V) Peat (MV approx.48pm)


D
8 Polyacrylonitrile (MV approx.80pmj
\
.-4!

.
L

(D
L
3

f
L1
100
L+..
'\

-0
0
a,

3
OT
0 20 40
\ --- 60
Water content/% by weight

Fig. 7: Effect of the water content on the explosion behaviour (V= l m3, E= 1 0 0 0 0 J)
24
0 1 2 3 4
Solvent vapour concentration/% by volume

- 200-
V1 /. /'
L
U /.
/'
/
11 /' /
\
.-%
L

L
3

3 100-
L1
LI-
0
9
0
X

3
01
0 1 2 3 4
Solvent vapour concentration/% by volume

Fig. 8: Effect of the solvent vapour concentration on the explosion behaviour of a pharmaceuti-
cal substance with different concentrations (V=] m3, €=I O 000J)
6 Effect of different parameters on the explosion behaviour

Oxygen concentration Content of noncornbustible solids

Reduction of the oxygen content of a com- The admixing of non-cornbustible (inert)


bustion atrnosphere, e.g. through the addi- solids to a dust/air mixture reduces the
tion of inert gas, reduces the force of an explosion severiiy und is a iype of inerting.
explosion. If the limiting oxygen concentra- The proportions of inert substances in the
tion is not achieved, it is no longer possible entire rnixture of fuel und inert substance, in
to initiate an explosion [2 1 to 251. which it is no langer possible to initiate
ignition by customary test methods, are
specified in Table 2 on the basis of some
examples.

Fuel Median Inert solid material Median Proportion in


value value the total weight
pm pm % by weight
Methyl cellulose 70 Calcium sulphate <15 70
(CaS04)
Organ~cpigrnent <10 Ammonium dihydrogen phos- 29 65
phate (NH4H2P04)
Biturninous coal 20 Calcium carbonate 14 65
(CaC03)
Bituminous coal 20 Sodium hydrogen carbonate 35 65
(NaHC03)
sugar 30 Sodium hydrogen carbonate 35 50
(NaHC03)

Table 2: lnerting of combustible dusts by adrnixing inert solid rnaterials (V=l m3, E=l O 000j]
7 Limits oi applicability

There are lirnits of applicability of the In sorne cases where numerous data are
cornbustion und explosion characteristics available, however, it might be legitimate to
specified in these tables. They are based on "play safe" in that the assessment is based
the wide variation possibilities in the nature on the rnost critical values.
of the dusts (e.g. cornposition, particle size
distribution, surface structure, moisture con- The characteristics listed in the tables are
tent), on the one hand, und on the depend- cornparable both with euch other und also
ence of the nurnerical value of the character- with other characteristics deterrnined by the
istics on the test rnethods, on the other. sarne rnethods. They are not cornparable,
Hence, the User rnust always be aware that however, with values deterrnined by other
the tabulated values can only serve as a rnethods.
guideline for the design of preventive and
protective rneasures. It should be noted that higher values for the
rnaxirnurn explosion pressure und the rnaxi-
Above all, the tables should indicate which rnurn rate of explosion pressure rise or the
substances have already been tested, KSfvalue as well as lower values for the
whether the substances are dust-explosible lower explosion lirnit, for the ignition tern-
and on what scale the rnost irnportant data perature und for the rninirnurn ignition en-
can be expected. They frequently illustrate ergy rnay occur with dirninishing particle
the problern involved with cornbustible size und rnoisture; hence the nurnerical
dusts, i.e. that very different values can values of the explosion characteristics vary
occur for what appear to be the sarne dusts. towards the "rnore hazardous" side (cf.
This highlights the need to test the dust to be Section 6, Effect of different parameters on
handled whenever it is unclear if certain explosion behaviour).
irnportant influencing factors, such as corn-
position, fineness and rnoisture content, The characteristics in the tables apply to the
coincide cornpletely with the existing condi- following conditions in the operating plants:
tions in the case to be assessed.
Pressure from 0.9 bar to 1.1 bar
This applies also concerning the fact that
despite careful cornpilation rnistakes can not O~gen approx. 2 1 % V/V
be excluded at this large extent of data.
Ternperature frorn 0"C to 30"C
7 Limits of applicability

lf conditions other than these so-called rnore critical cornbustion und explosion
"atrnospheric conditions" exist in practice, behaviour.
Special considerations should be rnade und, The tabulated values do not apply if the
if necessary, the characteristics deterrnined sirnultaneous presence of cornbustible dust
under the boundary conditions existing in und gases, vapours or rnists (hybrid rnix-
the factory. lncreased pressure, oxygen tures) can be anticipated (cf. Section 6,
content und ternperature also point to a cornbustible gases und vapours).
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9 Explanatory notes for the tables

Material forrnation purposes the appropriate concen-


tration frorn tests with the rnodified Hart-
The individual rnaterials are arranged al- rnann tube. In sorne cases the values are
phabetically within the product groups. calculated.

Material number Maximum explosion overpressure/


Ksfvalue
The material nurnber facilitates identification
of a tested dust. For the design of the properiy of vessels or
equiprnent, overpressure is usually used in
Particle size distribution/rnedian practice. This is why the rnaxirnurn explosion
value/moisture content w p r e s s u r e pms,i indicated in tables.
The inforrnation "No ignition (n.i.)" indicates
The fineness und rnoisture content refer to that the respective dust in the tested state is
the state of the dust sarnple as delivered not explosible. It is not perrnissible to gen-
respectively as tested. The "delivered" state eralise this Statement especially to finer or
rnay be identical to the tested state. The drier dust.
listed cornbustion und explosion characteris-
tics always apply only to the dust with the Dust explosibiliiy
conditions described in the sarne line. If no
data is provided on rnoisture content of the The inforrnation 'yes" to dust explosibiliiy
delivered state, it rnust be assurned that the refers to tests which could not be carried out
substance has reached rnoisture saturation. in the whole scale of deterrnining the char-
Prepared testing sarnples, on the other acteristics. But they showed clearly that the
hand, consist of dried dust with a residual tested material is dust explosible. The infor-
rnoisture usually of 12 % in weight respec- rnation "no" (non-dustexplosible) is only
tively 54 % in sorne cases. given if the results of tests with fine dusts in a
closed apparatus produced "no ignition"
Lower explosion limit und the result of the cornbustion test is
"BZ 1 ". Data on the dust explosion classes is
lnsofar as no values are available frorn the usually derived frorn the respective KS,value.
1 rn3 vessel or frorn the 20 1 sphere (identi- lnsofar as only results of explosion tests in
fiable in that no data on p„ und KS, are the rnodified Hartrnann tube are available,
included), the cited value indicates for in- classification only in the dust explosion class
9 Explanatory notes for the tables

St 1 is regarded as certain und is shown Minimum ignition energy values 21 rnJo5


without reservation. Other results frorn the corne from tests in closed test apparatus
rnodified Hartrnann tube, on the other hand, according to the procedure described for
appear in brackets, e.g (St 2), und, apart the deterrnination of p„ und Ks,but using
frorn indicating the presence of a dust- chemical igniters producing the ignition
explosible substance, only act as a rough energy.
guideline.
lgnition temperature
Limiting oxygen concentration
The values specified in brackets for the
Usually Single values are given. They repre- GodbertGreenwald apparatus (GGJrefer
sent the highest oxygen concentration at to an older test equiprnent with a slightly
which - under described test conditions with longer tube. They are lower than the values
step width of 1 % V/V - no ignition occurs. deterrnined with the 400 rnrn tube. The
If an interval is given, the additional upper abbreviation "n.i.u. ..." rneans: no ignition
value represents the lowest used oxygen up to ... "C.
concentration with ignition of the rnixture.
Glowing temperature
Minimum ignition energy
The glowing temperature applies by defini-
Usually a pair of varieties in the logarithrnic tion to a 5 rnrn thick layer. With thicker
graduation is given. The lower value refers layers the ignition partly rnay occur at sub-
to the energy which caused no reaction stantially lower ternperatures. The abbrevia-
according to the specified test conditions. tion "n.g.u. ..." rneans: no glowing up
The higher value refers to the lowest used to ... "C. The inforrnation "rnelts" means that
energy which led to ignition. If only an the substance rnelts or Sinters in such a way
individual value is indicated, the addition that the dust character is lost before a glow-
"<"rneans that the dust rnight ignite if the ing ternperature is achieved.
indicated energy is sparked. If ignition was
not possible with the indicated energy, ">" Combustibiliiy
appears. Values for the rninirnurn ignition
energy deterrnined with no inductivity in the The values specified in brackets refer to the
discharge circuit are given with the rernark rnodified cornbustion test with rnelting sub-
"n.ind.". stances after adrnixing 20 % by weight
kieselgur.
Tables of combustion and explosion characteristics of dusts

Group No. Product group Page

1 ORGANIC PRODUCTS

1.I NATURAL PRODUCTS

1.1.1 Wood, wood products, fibre materials


1.1.2 Food, fodder
1.1.3 Cool, coal products
1.1.4 Other natural products

1.2 TECHNCOCHEMICAL PRODUCTS

1.2.1 Plastics, resins, rubber


1.2.2 Pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, pesticides
1.2.3 Intermediate products, auxiliary materials
1.2.4 Other technco-chemical products

2 INORGANIC PRODUCTS

2.1 Metals, alloys


2.2 Other inorganic products

Index of materials

The materials are listed in the groups by alphabetical order


Please take notice of the limits of applicability of the data.
100
Cellulose 435 1 22
Cellulose 0003 88 66 46 22
100
100
Cellulose, 1872 85 79 76 58 50 32
dust depos~ts 100
100
Cellulose 0004 91 46 3 33
Cellulose 0005 75 25 46
Cellulose 341 7 1 00
Cellulose 200 1 100 92 71 20 3 51
Cellulose 3393 71 57 44 30 15 180 4.0
1 00
Cellulose (ieliy) 4004
Cellulose fibres 5073 100 90 72 52 30 3.4
with very iine fibrils 100 2.2
100 2.2
Cellulose 0815 100 99 95 80 14
(93% softwood, 100
6 % hordwood)
Cellulose, microcrystalline 08 1 3 100 99 2
18 % carboxyrnethyl cellul.]
Cellulose, native 0814 100 96 8
Coconut fibres 0819 85 62 43 31 20 150
100
1 00
Coconut fibres/horsehair 0037 100
100
Cork 0038 83 19 7 42
100
1 00
Cork 4464 100 34 12 82
1 00
Cotton 000 1 100
100
Cotton 081 1 100
(textde processrng], 1 00
dust de~osits
Cotton, 0812 95 30 1 00
containing phenolic resin 100
100

34 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


fibre materials

100 <I0 75
100 <I0 23
100 95 83 <I0 75
100 95 83 <I0 2.3
Cotton flakes 5365 1 00 99 97 <10 23
Cotton ilokes, 0002 98 72 38 25 44
ground 100
Cotton fleece/Duroplast 1499 100 96 79 15
powder
Coiton fleece/Duroplast 1500 57 51 46 34 22 190
powder 100
100

Flax dust 3287 93 90 86 78 66 13 21


100
Forestry waste 2002 47 25 6 130

Jute, Burma 0817 100


(spinning mill), dust deposits 1 00
Jute, Burma (processing) 081 8 100
1 00

Lignin 2021 96 85 66 57 18
Lignin 0039 1 00
100
Lignin 4463 100
l~nters, 1 249 100 95 72 56 31
dusi deposits 100 83 15 26
Linters 1900 100 98 88 68 41 42
(garnetting) 100
linters 1899 95 90 70 51 36 60
(garnetting] 100
100

Paper 0043 100


1 00
Paper 0041 1 00
100
Paper, 0042 1 00
dust deposits 100
Paper 2022 91 83 73 <10
Paper 2023
Paper 2024

36 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Paper 0045 97 90 66 16
[fibres)
Paper, 5593 100 98 86 59 23 1.7
dust deposlts 100 1.7
Paper 5592 99 92 79 75 47 35 7.0
[paper machlne), 1 00 27
dust deposits 100 2.7
Paper 1694 99 97 90 71 37 42
1 00
Paper 5013 100 98 83 21 43
Iwadding production) 100
Paper 1791 96 91 80 62 36 47
100
1 00
Paper 1968 100 98 86 63 37 49
[waste paper) 1 00
Paper 1775 100 98 87 62 20 57
ldryingl 1 00
Paper, 1883 97 92 79 43 27 70
grinding dust 100
100
Paper, 5405 96 90 75 34 12 80 4.1
dust 100 1.5
100 1.5
Paper 0822 92 88 69 35 14 87
[newsprint] 100
100
Paper, 5406 98 92 64 29 14 89 5.1
dust frorn industrial 100 2.1
vacuum cleaner 100 2.1
Paper 3499 94 83 53 28 13 115 45
100
100
Paper (fibres] 0044 100
100
Paper [hbres) 0046 65 33 23 230
Paper [fibres] 0047 60 32 475
Paper, tissue 0048 100
100
Paper, tissue 0049 1 00
100

38 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Paper, tissue,
dust deposits 100
100
Paper, tissue 1761 76 66 54 35 15 110
(1 00% waste paperl 100
1 00
Paper, cellulose, impregna- 2026 100 90 25 23
ted with p'nenolic resin
Paper, impregnaied with 0052 100
melarnine and urea 100
Paper, impregnated with 0053 100
rnelamine and phenolic 100
resin, dust deposits
Peat (-1 0% H201 0054 84 58 26 3 58 15
100 15
100 15
2814 130 11
0055 52 400 18
0056 48 600 14
0057 2650 12
Peat (-20
% H201 0058 82 65 AO 15 46 22
1 00 22
100 22
0059 2000 23

Peat (-30
% H201 0060 87 76 43 20 38 31
0061 49 800 32
0062 2500 32
Peat (40% H20) 0063 88 76 40 18 39 41
0064 50 500 42
0065 2650 41
Peat (-50
% H201 0066 68 55 24 9 60 51
0067 47 700 53
0068 1700 51
Peot 0069 75 48 22 74
1 00
100
Peat 0070 73 44 17 9 81
Peat, fertiiising 0071 29 1000 13
100 13
1 00 13

40 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Peat, fibres 0073
Peot, white, 0074 66 33 11 49
dust depos~ts
Peot, white, 0075 50 71
dust deposits 100
100
Peot, white, 0076 53 24 67
with fertihser
Peot, wh~te, 0077 96 51 113
with fertiliser 100
1 00
Peot coke, 0823 100 99 79 55 30
dust deposits 100
Peot mixed fertiliser 0081 36 1090 20
(3 % NPK fertiliser) 100 20
100 20
Peot mixed fertiliser 0080 35 950 12
(4% NPK fertiliser) 100 12
100 12
Peot mixed fertiliser 0078 37 850 21
(6 % NPK fertiliser) 1 00 21
100 21
Peoi rn~xedfert~liser 0079 38 900 9.0
(9% NPK fert~liser) 100 9.0
100 9.0
Peat powder 5085 97 85 56 34 19 100 3.4
1 00 3.0
1 00 -P
30

Sandolwood 5100 99 96 76 55 36 54 6.1


100 3.8
100 74 35 25 3.8
100 74 35 25 3.8

Wodding 2978
Wood 0023 100
Ic~IP~I 100
Wood 0024 100
(chips) 1 00

NOTE: Take notice oF the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


100 90 74 <10
Wood 2014 78 73 71 64 <10
(flour]
Wood 5154 96 96 92 84 68 18 54
100 19
100 85 82 <10 19
Wood 2003 21
Wood 4352 27
Wood 2016 95 53 26 31
(spr~nklingflour]
Wood, 2008 76 50 30 32
grinding dust
Wood 2004 33
Wood 1521 100 98 57 28 52
(powder] 100
Wood 2005 84 58 27 60
Wood 0017 55 28 60
(flour]
Wood 0018 57 23 62
(Rour)
Wood 0019 60 62
(flour)
Wood 2006 83 57 26 14 62
Wood, 2009 78 53 25 15 65
gr~ndingdust
Wood 0020 55 23 65
(flour) 100
100
Wood 2007 58 57 55 43 39 65
Wood, 5481 96 91 70 30 14 83 6.7
sawdust 100 2.7
100 2.7
Wood 4017 105 5.4
[flour]
Wood 0026 77 64 37 110
(chips/dust]
Wood 0816 90 73 52 29 12 120
1 00
100
Wood 5298 77 52 29 17 11 240 6.4
(chips/dust] 100 1.8
100 1.8

44 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


280 4
125 8.6 1 13 Si 1 1 OOO/ 1 0000 460 330
14301
Yes 500 340

n.g.u 600 2
6.1 70 St 1 > 1 0000 550
>30
10
10.3 224 St 2 500 340

8.6 86 St 1 500 290

>30
5
30 1st 21
8.1 57 St 1 500 310
9.2 142 St 1 14701 305

10.5 192 St 1

9.0 86 St 1

9.0 100 St 1 510 300


9.0 95 St 1 470 290

60 7.7 83 St 1 490 340


5
1st 21
>LI 480 310

5
30 8.9 149 Stl
Yes 1 oo/ 1 000

8.6 132 St 1 (4101 310

5
30 SI 1

5
30 8.9 144 Si1
Wood, wood products,
fibre materials

Wood 0007 65 22 400


1 00
1 00
Wood 5205 46 19 9 6 3 520 4.8
100 1.3
1 00 1.3
Wood 5269 31 16 3 1 1300 7.1
lchlps) 530 71
1 00 1.6
100 16
Wood 2725 <ZOO0
(fibres]
Wood 3396 21 12 8 5 3 2000 84
(chips) 1 00
100
Wood, beech 0022 69 30 15 49
(flour)
Wood, beech 2010 88 57 22 11 61
Wood, beech 2806 62
(flour]
Wood, beech 3410 100 93 42 24 70 11
(flour) 100
100
Wood, beech 201 1 47 14 75
Wood, beech 2015 73 36 10 90
(flour]
Wood, beech 2012 99 24 12 1 70
100
Wood, beech/troprcal 0012 42 31 15 145
(95:5),
grinding dust 100
1 00
Wood, beech/pine 0013 56 31 19 57
(80.20)
Wood, fir/brrch 0014 100
1 00
Wood, gaboon 0015 61 33 25 52
100
1 00
Wood, makore/nut tree 001 6 89 50 30 32
(5050) 100
100

46 NOTE: take notice of the limits of applicability!


Wood, peor tree 002 1 90 55 27 29
(flour)
Wood, peor tree 0009 87 50 28 32
100
100
Wood, peor tree/nut tree 0010 86 45 24 35
(5050) 100
100
Wood, peor tree/nut tree 001 1 98 45 20 35
(50 50)
Wood, Soft- 2013 78 33 18 45
Wood, spruce 5092 39 16 2 2 1 600 17
~chipsl 100 45
Wood, spruce 5091 36 12 1 1 1 630 17
(chlp~) 1 00 3.9
Wood, spruce/pine 0025 7 1 2300
(chlps)
Wood, chipboard produc- 003 1 100
tion 100
Wocd, chipboard produc- 0036 100
tion, chlps irnpregnoted 100
with arnrnoniurn phosphate.
dust deposits
Wood, chipboard produc- 0032 70 30 43
tion, dust deposits 100
100
Wood, chipboard produc 0035 55 33 22 50
tion ( 10 % solid resin, 1 00
0 5 % solid poraffin) 100
Wood, chipboord produc- 0033 61 17 61
tian, grinding dust
Wood, chipboord produc- 0034 10 1500
tion, sawdust
Wood, fibre rnat production, 0029 33 18 95
resins OS binder 100
100
Wood, fibres, 0028 20 1000 14
resins OS binder 100 14
100 14
Wood, hardboard produc- 0030 95 58 41 21 90
tion, dust deposits 100
100

48 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Wood/boord (50:50), 20 17
15 % phenolic resin
Wood/board (50.50], 201 8
15 % phenolic resln
Wood/boord/iute 2019
Wood/board/lute/res~n 2020
Wood/plastic 5227 70 50 28 19 10 250 4.9
100 3.4
100 46 19 34 34
Wood pulp 0084 99 94 <10
Wood pulp 0085 90 57 31
Wood pulp 0086 78 32 42
100
100
Wood pulp 0087 75 31 45
100
1 00
Wood pulp 008 8 40 13 85
Wood pulp 2683
Wood pulp 2684
Wood pulp 2685
Wood pulp 2904
Wood pulp 5065 14 11 8 6 4 >104 6.9
(approx. 90 % cellulose) 100 2.3
100 87 62 17 2.3
Wood pulp, flokes 4039 8.3
Wood pulp flour 0082 96 76 50 20
Wood pulp flour 008 3 93 76 29

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


potato water concentrate]
Anirnal feed, 3363 60 33 17 5 3 410 8.8
interrnediate product 100
(rape/beans) 100
100
Anlrnal rneal 0217 76 40 24 165
100
100
Anirnal rneol 2085 93 32 7 1 70
100
Anirnal rneai 2086 78 31 10 200
1 00
Anirnal rneal 0218 76 26 12 220
100
1 00
An~rnalrneai 2087 85 32 24 220
Anirnal rneal 5456 76 50 10 250 2.3
1 00 1.4
Anirnal rneai 5236 66 46 27 10 2 290 26
100 1.2
100 12
Anirnal rneal 5242 77 46 8 300 3.6
1 00 1.2
100 1.2
Anirnol rneol 5230 64 41 19 2 310 1.9
100 1.9
1 00 1.9
Anirnal rneal 3472 60 34 3 370 51
100
An~rnalrneal 0219 52 16 9 480
100
1 00
Apple powder, 0089 30 9 155
hot spray dried 1 00
Apple powder, 0090 80 370
cold spray dried 1 00

Banana dry arorna 540 1 100 98 95 70 15 1.8


[arorna/rnaltodextrin/ 1 00 1.8
sugar/gurn arabic)
Banana flakes 3183 38 9 2 600 1 .O
100 10
100 10

54 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


100
Barley, 3453 100 11
cleaned grain 100
Badey, 0106 88 26 8 1 90
USA 100
100
Barley, 0107 77 35 20 2 10
Canada 1 00
100
Barley 3014 79 51 25 8 3 240
1 00
100
Barley, 3434 58 38 22 15 12 400 7.2
cleaning dust 100
100
Barley 3436 2 2 1 1 1 >104 6.3
[rnaiting),raw 1 00
100
Badey bran 1586 1 00
100
Barley flakes 1585 100
Barley flour 3447 83 58 44 31 15 170 4.9
1 00
100
100
Barley malt, ground 3309 100 93 63 28 50 30
Beer draff 1474 100 74 33 10 68
100
Biscuit crurnbs 1684 87 76 39 3 150 50
100
1 00
Biscuit daugh 3105 92 68 60 46 35 80 5.4
(finished product) 100
100
Blood meal 346 1 100 99 84 40 35 55
100
Blood rneal 2082 85 25 10 46
100
Blood rneal 3311 99 93 72 37 14 80 56
100
100
Blood rneal 0856 100 78 26 4 90
1 00

56 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Lower Max. Kst Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Giowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- Qen Energy ture iiy
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
st 1 2
2
St 1
n.g.u.450 2
Yes 380
750 5.2 10 St 1 1440) 300
4
St 1
750 7.4 29 St 1 (4201 290
4
St 1
2
4
125 77 83 St 1 >I00 400
4
280 4
Yes 430
340 2
2
Ye5 400
4
St1 41 0
15 9.4 145 Stl 390 3
2
290 2
30 8.1 72 St1
>10 390
30 8.1 152 St 1 >10 440 300 2
2
30 St 1
250 6.1 27 St 1 1 Os/ 1O6
3
30 St 1
St 1 2
2
1st 21
melts 1
30 7.4 106 St 1 >I00 560
60 8.6 115 St1 650 n.g.u.450
5
St 1 490 1
1
St 1
2
30 St 1
Bone rneai 0858 78 40 13
1 00
100
Blood rneal 2084 92 10 250
100
Bone rneal 2677 250
Bran pellets 3333 12 6 5 4 3 4000 12
Bread rernalnders 3260 78 44 17 6 2 300 8.2
100
100
Breadcrurnbs 296 1 90
Breadcrurnbs 3261 92 68 30 13 6 200 6.9
100
100
Breadcrurnbs 3405 19 5 3 3 2 1000 11
100
100
100
Brewer's yeast 446 1 100
Brewer's yeast, 009 1 26 5 100
sproy dried 100
100
Brewer's yeast 3220 32 13 8 6 4 800 10
100
100
Butter dry arorno 5400 100 85 44 35 2.1
(arorna/rnaltodextrin) 100 21

Cappuccino powder 351 1 67 25 390 2.8


100
100
Cararnel 3195 100 99 83 52 34 61 1.6
100 16
100 1.6
Cararnel, 0235 93 46 16 75
d 100
Carboxymethyl starch 4214 100
Carrot powder, 01 16 35 11 150
cold spray dried, 100
(strongly hygroscoplc] 100
Cat food 3263 88 68 50 26 6 125 9.3
100
100

58 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Cat food 3265 75 9 1 1 420 6.1
100
1 00
Catile feed 354 1 100
100
100
Cattle feed 3157 57 35 22 15 11 410 8.3
1 00
100
Celery roots, 01 62 99 98 96 <I0
dust from filter
Celery roots, 01 63 93 51 19
dust from filter
Celery powder 5248 100 91 73 59 44 46 6.3
100 1.6
100 16
Chicken fattening feed 3437 68 46 32 25 18 300 12
100
100
Chickenieed 3158 44 29 20 14 11 600 10
100
1 00
Chicory dust 3313 100 96 70 36 17 88 1.4
[instant) 1 00 1.4
100 1.4
Choco-drink-food, 3088 100 98 82 36 18 70 4.2
diet 100
1 00
Cinnarnon, 3496 100 97 81 57 28 58 9.8
ground 100
1 00
Citrlc acid powder 5052 100 99 92 73 53 30 0.4
100 04
100 0.4
Citrus pellets 3007 100
Cocoa 4455 1 00 99 70 12 18
100
Cocoa 3182 100 99 92 37 34 3.5
1 00
Cocoo, 5153 65 51 48 34 23 230 49
dust deposlts 100 22
1 00 2.2

60 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


(8% to 12 % fat], 100 20
stort product 1 00 2.0
Cocoa 3515 26 23 21 20 17 <lOd 2.3
(<1 %Fot], 1 00
end product 1 00
Cocoa - ready drink 2737 34
Cocoa - ready drink 2738 51
(sugar reduced)
Cocoa powder 3469 100 99 97 70 20 53
(27% fot] 100
Cocoa powder 3206 99 98 95 87 40 36 20
(20%to 22 % fat] 100 2.0
100 2.0
Cocoa powder 3470 100 99 97 93 36 35 3.6
(1 8 % fat) 100
1 00
Cocoa powder 3471 100 99 98 91 20 40 38
(1 6% fat) 1 00
100
Cocoa powder 3018 1 00 99 95 3
(approx.1 2% fat]
Cocoa powder 3348 100 99 97 <10 46
(1 0% to 12 % iatj 100 <10
100 <10
Cocoo powder 3205 1 00 99 95 <10 3.3
(10%to 12 %fat] 1 00 <10
Cocoa shells 1588 25 12 6 5 3 900
100
100
Cocoo shells, 3019 10 5 2 1 2500
crushed 1 00
1 00
Cocoa/sugar, 0115 53 20 450
mixture for mixed drink, 100
highly deuiled 100
Coconut expeller 3454 100 99 30 6 70 10
1 00
Coconuts, crushed 3218 63 38 22 13 3 350 8.4
100
100
Coconuts, crushed 3212 55 32 19 12 7 450 8.3
100
100
62 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!
64 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabilify!
100
Crispbread 3298 74 48 24 10 5 280 3.2
(crurnbs] 100
100
Crispbread 3485 71 39 12 1 300 4.3
Icrurnbs, sesarnewheot] 100
100
100
Crispbread 3305 59 15 450 3.7
[crurnbs, sesarnel 100
100
Curd powder 3367 100 97 85 39 35 5.3
100
Curd powder 3037 95 71 44 28 19 150 3.0
100
100

Dairy catlle feed 3482 100


Dairy cattle feed 3464 9 5 3 1 1 4000 11
1 00
1 00
Dextrose 3 170 100 94 70 20 c0.1
100 CO. 1
Dextrose 3008 100 94 71 22
100
Dextrose 0092 38 5 4 80
1 00
100
Dextrose 2892 132
Dextrose 3369 99 84 46 13 5 145 9.0
100
100
100
Dextrose 3302 99 81 21 1 175 00
Dextrose 3422 100 94 18 4 1 200 8.8
100
100
Dextrose 3465 91 42 18 12 8 300 8.4
(1 0 % add~t~ves) 1 00
100
1 00
Dextrose, rnixture 3310 97 75 44 15 5 150 7.8
Dextrose, rnonohydrate 3329 90 4 2 2 1 450 8.8
Dextrose, Poly 2973 1 30
68 NOTE: Take notice of the Iimits of applicabiliiy!
Dog food 3266 46 22 8 3 2 560 8.1
1 00
100
Dog food 3432 20 13 8 3 2 1300 3.3
(granulate] 100
100
Dough premix 5383 98 80 29 10 8 200 7.0
(60 % rnaizeflour, 100 3.8
30 % potato flakec, 100 3.8
5 % sugor, 5 % salt)
Dough, yeast, prefabricated 0836 94 88 76 30 2 90
flour (rneol, sugor, salt, 1 00
ernuls~fierand fat) 100
Draff flour 3251 65 40 23 12 7 340 13
1 00
Durum wheat groots 3498 100 87 57 27 8 105 12
100
100
Dururn wheat groats 3292 99 20 8 7 6 350 12
100
100
Dururn wheat haze 3291 100 71 14 8 7 215 12
100
100

Egg powder 1949 90 69 56 36 14 110


(extroction residue] 100
1 00
Egg powder 1948 100 97 37 135
100
Egg ~owder, 3107 50 22 3 3 1 500 3.5
whole 100
100
Egg powder, 3009 50 22 3 1 500
whole 100
1 00

Fat concentrate 27 % 2027 81 37 11 89


Fot concentrote 35 % 0096 57 29 13 8 117
(fodder prernix) 100
100
Fot concentrate 40 % 0097 72 30 9 4 100
(fodder prernix, 100
30 % loctoce, 23 % protein) 100
70 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabi/ity!
Fat powder 3307 100 87 33 11 80 3.0
(30% animal, with fish] 100
Fat powder 3177 100 75 24 7 92 1 1
(approx. 48 %] 100 1.1
Fat whey rnixture 2028 76 11 3 330
100
Fot with lecithin 0099 52 24 8 1 20
100
100
Feather meal 2816 180
Feather meal 3072 95 78 12 1 180 3.2
100
100
Feather rneol 5321 71 54 14 1 245 1.9
100 19
100 19
Feed additive 0831 56 18 8 1 450
(30% wood flour, 25 % fat, 100
10 % sugar, 10 % prote~n] 100
Fish feed, 0825 100 94 50 18 63
based on fishmeal 100
Fish feed, 0826 1CO 99 83 49 18 65
based on vegetable 100
100
Fish feed 2664 130

Fish feed, 0827 77 48 33 14 7 260


prawns 1 00
100
Fish rneal 0100 98 49 26 33
Fish meal 5125 100 96 60 17 54 4.4
(fish protein concentrate] 100 44 8 35 44
Fish rneal 5259 81 66 51 23 13 120 78
Fish meal 0828 93 74 52 19 3 1 20
100
1 00
Fish rneal 3473 82 66 44 18 5 150 94
1 00
100
F~shrneal 5123 89 72 41 13 160 4.4
1 00 1.3
100 88 52 5 13
Fish meal 5260 74 55 38 22 11 200 64

72 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Fish meal 2029 68 23 12 320
Flour,Type 700 3237 100 97 61 39 45 13
Flour 3174 100 85 42 22 72 3.6
100
Flour 2998 85 10
Flour 2999 110 2.1
Flour 3406 99 90 49 10 1 130 2.4
[malze and rice) 100
Flour, 3139 94 72 33 14 7 180 4.3
bread 1 00
1 00
Flour 3173 100 56 22 10 2 210 1.0
100 1 .o
1 00 1 .o
Flour, 3535 64 36 25 6 300 0.6
mixture 100 0.6
1 00 0.6
Flour 3262 24 23 7 1000 2.4
100
100
Flour, irom oven 3439 47 39 28 5 2 540 5.9
(60% Type 1 150, 100
40 % Type 1050) 100
Food seosoning, 1265 91 40 10 6 4 310 03
bosed on f a v ocid 100 0.3
glycerides ond citric acid 100 70 17 28 0.3
Food seasoning, 1266 86 32 2 320 0.8
based on f a v acid 100 10 170 0.8
glycer~desand lactic acid
Fresh water shrirnps, 5216 100 94 75 47 26 70 6.8
ground 100 1.8
1 00 1.8
Fructose 2032 99 39 17 150
Fructose 2030 92 15 200
Fructose 0829 100 77 4 1 235
100
Fructose 0830 79 23 3 2 1 400
100
1 00
Fructose 2031 81 400
Fruit iuice, dried 2069 99 20 9 2 300
[rospberry]

74 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Gelatine 5589 100 99 94
100 4.0
100 63 25 28 40
Gelatine 2033 63 10 65
Gelat~ne 5327 100 76 35 15 87 4.2
100 41 17 35 4.2
Gelatine 0832 100 66 33 17 95
100
Gelatine 0833 47 8 2 1 650
100
100
Gelatine 1605 17 4 1 940
100
100
Gelatine 2034 1550
Gelling agent 0834 100 98 81 52 36 50
(SO % hydrocolloids, 100
20 % monosaccharides, 100
10 % phosphates.
1 O % fruit ocids)
G~nger, 3378 99 88 71 54 17 60 11
ground 100
1 00
100
Glucose 0835 100 92 74 57 30 60
100
100
Glucose, 1773 100 90 54 31 19 115
d[Y 100
100
Glucose, 5271 100 91 38 10 6 160 3.5
dry, brown 10 % 100 2.2
100 2.2
Glucose 0234 91 7 330
100
100
Glucose syrup, 1253 100 93 59 25 54
dried 100 51 18 30
Glutamate 3412 100 52 10 4 2 245 01
100 0.1
100
100 0.1

76 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


5081 93 92 90 88 71 12 9.8
Grain,
silo dust (rnaize/wheat/ 1 00 3.6
oats/barley/ryel 100 3.6
3327 100 98 90 66 18 47
Grain
dust frorn silo 100
100
Gram, 0103 63 48 40 37
mixed dust frorn filter 100
1 00
Grain, 0104 58 36 21 50
sieved out 1 00
1 00
Grain, 3113 93 83 67 48 34 70 6.3
dust 100
100
Grain 2035 82 58 40 24 1 60
Grain, 01 05 28 13 172
rnixed dust, deposits 100
1 00
Grain, crushed, 3140 48 38 33 30 26 580 58
extra fine 100
100
Grain Screening peiiets 1587 100
100
Grain dust/meat meol 3326 98 96 91 82 64 20 44
(approx 80 20) 1 00
100
Gravy, 3208 64 40 19 5 2 330 24
prernix (29% starch] 1 00
100
Gravy, 3005 78 38 5 1 320 07
prernlx (21 % starch] 100 O7
100 07
Grovy, 3006 8 1 1 1 >I000 02
premlx (withoutstarch] 100 0.2
100 02
Greaves flour 01 13 55 1 420
100
1 00
Greaves flour 3537 39 3 550 10
1 00

78 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Groats 3129 98 34 7 2 300
100

Hard flour 2036 99 38 8 83


Hazehut abroslon 3497 25 11 2 900 2.9
1 00
100
100
Hazelnut rnacaroons 3104 54 20 6 2 1 460 2.5
100
1 00
Hibiscus powder 5246 100 71 36 25 87 22
1 00 2.2
Honey gruel powder 3204 99 89 63 32 100 <0.1
Hop powder 3151 98 96 91 69 51 30 46
100
1 00

Infant food 3092 100 75 25 6 93 19


1 00 1.9
Juice blnding ielly 3108 100 96 66 37 44 3.8
100
Lactose 2100 99 92 77 10
Loctose 0860 1 00 97 75 19
100
Lactose 2041 83 60 47 22
Lactose 0124 97 70 41 23
1 00
Lactose 2101 91 65 41 24
Lactose 0230 98 64 32 27
Lactose 0231 86 52 28 30
100
100
Lactose 2042 97 82 47 30 34
Lactose 2043 82 47 24 34
Lactose, D(+]- 0125 76 39 19 40
100
1 00
Laclose 3294 100 98 80 40 18 70 0.1

80 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


290 3
60 7.8 129 St 1 >10 530
60 5.7 24 St 1 380
60 6.5 41 St 1 >I00 380

60 8.2 81 St1 460 n.g.u.450


3
280 4
125 76 102 Si1 >10
470
St 1 3
3
st 1
4
30 St 1
St 1 2
St 1 4
4
St 1

St 1 2
St 1

St 1 2
St 1

60 8.3 75 St 1 >10 440 rnelts 5


430 212)
1st 21 400
125 6.9 29 St 1 >30 450 n.g.u.450
60 7.7 81 St 1 520 n.g.u.450 3
1st 21
30 8.5 83 St 1 >10 440 melts 5
60 8.3 82 St 1 490 460 2
60 8.0 71 St 1 490 480
2
St 1
60 8.2 63 St 1 480 rnelts 3
60 7.6 35 St 1 >30 450 n.g.u.450
125 8.0 70 St 1 470 520
3
1st 21
6.7 50 St 1 >I0 420 2
lactose 2682 1 20
lactose 2044 45 4 130
100
lactose 01 26 40 15 1 40
100
100
Lactose 3303 96 62 22 8 4 220 00
Lactose 2676 225
lactose/fat/casein 2102 82 45 23 135
(32.60:6]
lactose/rnaize starch 01 27 74 52 32 25 70
100
1 00
leaven, 3407 100 98 87 54 30 46
dry 100
100
leaven, 1262 99 96 79 50 35 63
natural, dr~ed 100 65 27 27
leaven 3235 87 61 44 33 18 140 41
100
100
leaven ingredients 3526 87 52 51 40 5 120 3.0
(extract, rye) 1 00 30
1 00 3.o
liquor~ce 3540 100
100
Lupin sernolina, 3533 97 94 89 12 2 100 5.0
enriched 1 00
(85% to 90 % protern] 100
Lupin sernoiina, 3532 94 65 30 10 2 185 8.3
enriched 100
(30% prote~n) 100
100
lupin sernolina 3534 96 36 14 6 3 300 6.9
1 00
100

Maizarin 3388 62 29 13 7 5 400 11


1 00
100
Malze 01 09 84 71 54 40 28
(yellow rnaize USA] 1 00
100

82 NOTE: Take notice oF the lirnits of applicability!


100
Maize 0111 22 1450
100
100
Malze 2633 2000 98
Moize flour 3501 100 88 63 42 5 90 8.0
100
100
Malze gluten 01 30 33 13 150
100
100
Malze gluten 0131 90 38 17 2 15
(USA1 100
100
Malze gluten 0132 76 34 18 9 240
Maize gluten 0133 62 15 8 355
(USA) 100
100
Malze gluten 3164 63 28 12 6 4 400 9.6
(46% prote~n,25 % starch) 100
1 00
Moize gluten 3165 66 24 8 4 3 400 10
(56% protein, 20 storch) 100
100
Maize gluten 3025 59 30 14 5 3 420
100
100
Maize gluten 3097 59 30 14 5 3 420 7.5
100
100
Malze gluten 3166 61 22 8 5 4 450 12
(62x protein, 14 % storch) 100
1 00
Malze gluten 3523 5 4 4 4 3 >lo4 11
100
100
Malze gluten feed 3542 38 18 7 3 1 680 85
100
100
1 00
Maize grits 1256 100 99 66 29 19 90
1 00

84 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


3
30 St 1
500 4.0 7 St 1 530 460
3
1st 21
Yes 300/3000
2
2
60 6.7 127 St 1 >10 440
125 77 110 St 1 520 590
1
St 1
125 8.1 62 Stl (4201 350
1
(St 21
8.0 64 St1
250 8.3 52 St 1 (4201 480
1
St 1
St 1 2
2
St 1
st 1 2
2
St 1

2
1st 21
Si 1 2
2
1st 21
St 1 2
2
St 1
2
3 10 2
400
2
41 0
>30
410
2
200 St 1 10/100 400
Maize powder 3074 97 97 96 94 92 <10 8.0
100 <10
100 <10
Moize powder 2642 800 14
Maize, crushed 0134 57 22 420
100
100
Mo~ze,crushed germs 3024 98 67 40 23 16 165 90
(pelleb) 100 90
Malze, crushed germs 3221 98 66 40 23 16 175 8.9
(pellets, ground) 100
Maize, crushed germs 0128 10 290
(pelleb, South Africa) 1 00
100
Maize, crushed germs 0129 62 41 29 320
(USA1 1 00
100
Malt, black, 3253 99 91 75 56 27 59 14
ground, roosted 1 00 14
100 1.4
Malt, 3083 100 99 98 40 17 78 11
high protein fraction 100
100
Malt, 3084 100 67 24 11 7 210 8.0
fine fract~on 100
100
Malt 3027 100 67 25 11 7 220
100
100
Malt, 3028 83 50 32 17 10 250
unground 100
1 00
Malt, 3082 83 50 32 17 10 250 12
high roughage fractian, 100
unground 100
Malt 3081 84 49 32 16 9 255 10
(~nitiolproduct] 100
1 00
Malt dust 3259 6.1

86 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


100
Malt flour 3448 97 72 47 30 20 130 3.8
1 00
100
1 00
Malt germ pellets 3467 100
Malt germs, 3146 89 76 58 42 30 92 59
ground 1 00
100
Malt grist, 3111 99 98 96 84 66 20
bran mill deposits 100
Malt grist 2045 97 80 57 45 25
(barley]
Malt grist 3207 76 75 61 45 38 82 65
Malt grist, 3112 48 25 14 10 7 530
finished 100
Malt grist 3101 33 22 17 13 9 1200 4.2
100
100
Malt grist 3510 25 12 7 4 2 1300 43
100
1 00
Malt residues 3339 96 91 83 78 69 <10 55
(from pneumatic conveyorj
Maltodextrin 3125 1 00
Malbdextrin 4235 1 00
100
Maltodextrin 2728 27
Maltodextrin 332 1 100 71 40 41 20
100 20
Maltodextrin 2860 <63
Maltodextrin 2708 71
Maltodextr~n 3355 100 71 38 24 80 32
1 00
Moltodextrin 3382 100 98 62 45 17 80 3.8
100
100
100
Maltodextrin 3354 100 97 66 30 12 91 4 1
1 00
1 00

88 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture ity
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
30 7.8 100 St1 2
2
>10
8.3 106 St1 460
2
3 10 2
30 8.8 107 St 1 >10 380
>I00 n.ind.
60 73 95 St 1 > 1 000 500 300 3
SI 1 2
2
(St 2)
380
60 78 96 St 1 >10 380
9.0 69 St 1 11 470 330

>10
390
60 7.6 83 St 1 >I00 390
St 1 2
2
1st 21
2
310 2
60 6.7 97 St 1 >10 380
8.1 113 Si1 > 10 450 4

125 7.6 133 St 1 >5 380


2
30 7.1 88 St 1 1000/3000 380
7/30
St 1 400 2
St 2
Yes 10/100
Yes 10/30
30 7.8 105 Stl rnelts 3
7.8 128 St 1 >10 400
60 7.3 81 St 1 3
4
30 7.7 112 St 1 4/5 440
100/1000 n.ind.
30 7.6 78 St 1 rnelts 3
3
8.6 120 St 1 >10 400
Meat and bone rneal

Meat and bone rneal

Meat and bone rneal

Meat and bone rneal

Meat and bone rneal

90 NOTE: Take notice of rhe lirnits of applicabiliiy!


.g & g ,X-5)
. - 0 %(cjs
.-1
C

e .2
- - xx' - - N
- - - 7 7 7 7 7
9; 9;-
L C Z ~ L LLLLL L L Gi L LL L L Gi
V)

<
$3
U)
E
2 m
9
m
7
7
d
;s: rs N

' - 0

2 ö
. a)
L 5 L
0 5 9 %
zigoga
U
? 2 9
h 2 2 9
n ?
b6.e
* - E E 2 0
U) O
C) 0
2
0
9 F: m 0
"
0
C)
0
2
0
CZ
9g-i 0, N
Meat meal 0214 69 52 31 21 62
100
100
Meat meal 3071 84 60 21 3 1 215 49
100
1 00
Meat meal 3433 75 51 15 4 2 245 8.8
100
100
Meat meal 2817 285
Meat rneal, poultry 3013 84 60 21 3 1 220
100
100
Milk feed, rnlxed, 0139 100
sk~mmilk/fat/whey powder 100
(36 9 20)
Milk feed, mixed, 01 38 100
skim milk/fai/whey powder 100
(40:12:20)
Milk feed, mixed, 0137 1 00
sklm milk/fat/whey powder 100
I55 15.17)
Milk feed, rnixed, 01 36 100
sk~mmilk/fat/whey powder 1 00
(60:18 12)
Mllk feed, mrxed, 0140 32 3 1 1 0 9
whole milk substitute, 100
20 % fot 100
Milk rn~xedproduct, 3356 100 99 59 5 59 1.9
dried 100 1.9
Milk powder 4206 100
1 00
Milk powder 0141 89 35 5 83
100
100
Milk powder 2046 34 18 165
Milk powder 2047 98 15 8 235
Milk powder 3080 95 79 51 24 12 120 39
(5 % fat) 100
1 00
Milk powder 2055 64 14 110
(24 % fat)

92 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


3
30 St 1
60 8.5 106 St 1 540 n.g.u.450
2
Si 1
St 1 2
2
St 1
1
60 5.8 20 St 1 >lob rnelfs 1
Yes 460
YeS 300/1000

2
St 1
2
100 St 1

2
1 00 St 1

2
30 St 1

2
30 St 1

77 64 St1 530 380


2
30 St 1
60 7.7 102 St 1 440 350 3
>I00
3
<15 8.4 74 St1 >I000 350
60 5.8 28 St 1 440 340
3
St 1
60 8.1 90 Stl >30 460 330
60 8.2 75 St 1 >30 450 320
St 1 2
2
St 1
470 350
Milk powder 3243 100 69 15 2 110 31
(26% fat], spray dried 1 00
Milk powder 2056 58 20 118
(41 % 10 t)
Milk powder, 0142 100
high fat, spray dried 1 00
Milk powder, skirn 0144 78 26 49
Milk powder, skirn 3093 100 41 12 70 23
100
Milk powder, sk~m 2050 86 44 20 83
Milk powder, skirn, 2048 80 44 76
33 % lactose,
25 % protein, 33 % fat
Milk powder, skirn, 2049 86 52 15 71
50 % iactose,
36 % protein, 1 % fat
Milk powder, skirn 3477 99 87 46 10 1 130 4.4
100
100
Milk powder, skirn, 0151 93 25 9 185
roller dried, 49 % lactose, 100
36 % protein, 1 % fat 100
Milk powder, skirn 2996 220
Milk powder, skirn, 205 1 1 00 99 96 10
spray dried
Milk powder, skirn, 3143 13
spray dried 85
65

Milk powder, skirn, 3142 100 99 60 17 50 22


sproy dried 100
Milk powder, skirn, 0145 69 19 8 60
spray dried 100
100
Milk powder, skirn, 0146 94 55 19 67
spray dried
M~lkpowder, skirn, 3285 100 92 42 14 70 24
spray dried 100
Milk powder, skirn, 01 47 43 14 80
spray dried 100
100
Milk powder, skirn, 3102 100 76 34 16 81 3.3
spray dried 100

94 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits oi applicability!


Milk powder, skim, 0149 64 29 7 99
spray dried
Milk powder, skim, 0150 49 18 5 3 130
sproy dried, 100
30 % marine animal oll, 1 00
15 % palm oll, 5 % soya oll
Milk powder, skim, 3077 98 76 34 8 3 170 2.9
sproy dried 100
(instant) 1 00
Mllk powder, sklm/ 2054 90 52 14 b 69
glycose/fat
Milk powder, skim/ 2052 52 18 1 20
glycose/fat
Milk powder, skim/glycose/ 2053 52 17 3 122
fat (29% ~arboh~drates,
9 % prolein, 59 % fat)
Milk powder, whole 3145 3.3

Milk powder, whole, 3033 100 95 47 2 65


spray dried
Milk powder, whole 01 52 61 17 66
M~lkpowder, whole, 3144 100 95 47 2 68 28
sproy dried
Milk powder, whole, 01 53 30 88
spray dried 100
100
Milk powder, whole 3034 97 79 18 2 165
(instantj 100
100
Milk powder, whole, 3098 100 83 20 2 180 2.4
spray dried 100
100
Milk powder, whole 3215 97 78 18 2 190 31
(instant) 100
100
Milk substitute, 0840 88 28 115
skim m~lk/fat/so~a/sweet 100
whey (61.12:10:12)8 1 00
partially sugared
Milk substitute, 084 1 85 19 130
skim milk/fot/soyo/sweet 1 00
whey (61.183.13), 100
parttolly sugored

96 NOTE: Take notice of the limits oF applicability!


100
100
Mineral drink 3089 95 71 39 17 10 165 0.1
with glucose 1 00 0.1
1 00 0.1
M~xedb e d 2058 61 31 340
M ~ x e dfeed 2057 65 30 360
Mixed Feed, with molasses 2059 58 31 400
Mixed feed, wlth molasses 2060 54 29 480
Monocorboxylic starch 4216 100 34
Monosodium glutamote 3304 100 96 12 5 5 160 8.4
Mustord flour 3323 80 41 18 9 4 300 93
Mustard, crushed 3324 44 18 9 3 600 7.5
Mustard-seed grains, 0846 56 45 38 29 18 300
finely crushed 100
100

Oat 3117 100 99 99 98 97 <10


1 00 <10
Oat, 0108 64 24 8 295
USA 100
100
Oatmeal 01 14 100
1 00
Oatmeal 3400 97 74 61 49 3 71 76
100
100
1 00
Oatmeai 1254 92 70 58 47 29 85
1 00
1 00
Olive pellets, 3 152 1 00
Spanish
Orange aroma 3196 100 97 49 19 65 3.7
100
Orange instont dnnk 3198 98 68 10 4 2 230 14
100 14
100 1.4
Orange sherbet powder, 3300 99 85 60 38 10 99 16
dust deposits 100 1.6

98 NOTE: Take notice oF the limits of applicability!


Paprika 3203 100 94 50 21 2 125 4.6
100
1 00
Pastry, 3362 99 68 52 36 16 110 8.5
ground 1 00
100
Pastry, 3361 99 36 8 4 2 290 9.7
ground 100
100
100
Pastry granulate, 5385 47 19 6 1 560 8.4
ground 1 00 4.0
Pastry granuiate, 5384 7 3 1 2300 8.6
ground 1 GO 5.7
Pea flour 4458 100 41 23 2.2
Pea flour 4353 25
Pea flour 3522 100 60 29 4.3
(green pea) 100 60 29
Peo flour 3487 100 86 44 28 70 9.2
[rnarrowfot pea) 100 86 44 28 70
100
100
Pea flour 4457 99 10 180 4.5
1 GO
100
Pea protein 3486 98 96 84 70 52 30 6.0
(rnarrowfotpeo) 100
1 00
Pea starch 3488 100 98 90 63 30 50 11
(rnarrowfatpea) 100
100
Peach powder, 0159 40 17 1 40
hot spray dried 100
(hygroscopic] 100
Peanuts, 3096 1 6.1
crushed 100
100
Pepper, black, 3379 97 79 55 34 12 115 10
ground 100
100
1 00

100 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliv!


2
2
250 4.9 23 St 1 >106 450
60 7.7 60 St 1 n.g.u.450 2
Yes >10 2
Yes 400
125 74 15 St 1 440 2
2
Yes 10/100
Yes 410
200 St 1 2
200 St 1 2

200 St 1 2
65 7.6 107 St 1 510 265
yes 15
2
125 7.6 116 Stl >50 450 290 2
1
310 2
60 77 119 St1 >5 460
>500 n.ind.

330
75 7.9 85 St 1 520
1
290 1
60 76 119 St1 >10 470
2
310 2
60 8.1 164 St1 >10 400
60 8.4 81 St 1 540 440
2
St 1
St 1 2
2
St 1
15 6.7 50 St 1 3
3
Yes 10/100
15 6.9 52 St 1 460
ground 100
100
100
Pepper, 5449 21 16 12 8 4 3000 11
ground 1 00 3.5
100 3.5
Pepperrnint powder 5247 100 65 34 25 97 6.8
100 3.4
100 3.4
Pig bristle/hurnan hair 3137 96 95 94 94 94 <10 3.9
100 <10
100 <10
Pig feed 3156 47 30 20 16 13 540 9.5
100
100
Potab durnpling flour 3493 81 54 38 29 16 190 8.8
100
1 00
Potato flakes 3398 52 20 6 2 1 470 7.0
100
100
1 00
Potato flour 2040 86 53 26 17 65
Potato granulate 01 17 74 1 62
100
1 CO
Potato granulate 01 18 30 7 82
100
1 00
Pototo granulate 01 19 16 1 93
Potato granulate 3020 100
Potato granulate 31 18 7
100
100
Pobto granulate 31 19 24
100
Polato granulate 31 20 8
(92% m ~ x ) 1 00
Potato sernolina dust, 345 1 100 97 70 24 92
deposits 100
Poiato sernolina dust 3450 100 99 87 46 20 69 57
1 00
100

102 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


100
Pototoes, dried 302 1 100 89 70 32 47
(ground) 1 00
Potatoes, dried 3147 100 89 70 32 48 55
(ground] 1 00
Potatoes, dried 3 148 100 74 33 10 84 7.8
(blanched, ground) 100
Pressure dredging powder, 1575 100 98 90 <10
rnaize/potato starch
Protein fraction 3252 100 62 21 8 105 10
Protein, onirnal 0093 81 71 56 17
1 00
100
Protein, milk 0094 100
(with fat] 67 28 100
1 00
Protein, milk 0095 100
(with fot] 23 9 195
1 00
Protein, milk, solubilised 0824 100
(89% protein, 1 5 % fat) 100
Protein, potato 1250 96 90 62 23 7 1 00
100
100 29 7 36
Protein, potato 2699 112 9.8

Rope 3423 100 7.5


Rape, 3475 42 19 9 5 4 580 8.2
extraction chips 100
12 % oll) 1 00
Kope, 3435 35 9 2 1 590 5.3
treated 100 5.3
(full 011) 100
100
Raspberv sherbet powder 3299 96 86 70 56 43 45 3.0
100
100
Recycling mixed feed, 3481 100
(1 2.5 % fat content) 100
Red beet powder, 0161 64 26 108
hot spray dried, 1 00
(strongly hygroscopic) 100

1 04 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


3
60 72 55 St 1
Yes >I000 500
2
St 1
St 1 2
st 1
St 1 2
St 1
15 9.3 163 Stl 5

300 2
125 8.3 38 St1 540 n.g.u.450
2
St 1
5
30 7.0 39 St 1 440 440
1st 2)
5
15 76 55 St1 450 440
(Si 21
3
30 St 1

2
30 St 1 10/100 480
>I000

420 380 5
2
410 2
Yes 500
2
St 1 n.g.u.450
5
Yes 410
st 1 2
2
St 1
480 350
3
125 61 30 St1 600 n.g.u.450
2
St 1
1 06 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!
290 5
30 86 66 St 1 15 380
>1OO n.md
2
330 2
30 6.4 25 St 1 >30 390
>300 n.ind.
60 52 18 St1 >I00 3
300 3
60 5.8 26 St 1 >10 420
>300 n ~nd.
4
n.g.u.500 2
30 6.9 110 St 1
Yes >10 370
480 n.g.u.450
60 6.7 40 St 1 370
60 7.4 57 St 1 >I00 360
2
480 2
60 6.7 91 St 1 >10 380
2
360 2
60 8.3 101 St 1 >I00 460
St 1 2
2
1st 21
57 17 St1 3
3
3
30 St 1 10/100 380
5 10 2
30 8.9 84 St 1 10/100
10/100 n.ind.
Yes 410
Yes 10/100
60 8.1 73 St 1 >I00 460 300 2
89 79 St1 13 490 n.g u.450
30 8.5 53 St 1 >300 470 n.g u.450
7.7 103 Si 1 2
2
15 8.0 138 Stl >10 460
>I00 n.ind.
100
Sauce b~nder, 341 3 100 89 80 37 40 8.0
white, base paste 1 00
Sauce b~nder, 3416 96 89 70 43 17 80 7.1
white, agglomerated 100
Sauce binder, 3416 95 72 16 3 200 73
dark, agglornerated 1 00
Sauce Hollanda~se 2678 13
Seasoning blend 3494 100 99 18 11 1 150
100
1 00
Seasoning powder 3295 72 35 20 3 300 0.4
Seoweed meal 5219 100 69 33 21 90 71
100 38
100 3.8
Seven corn film 3504 30 14 8 5 3 900 6.0
100
1 00
Sorbitol 2859 128
Soya, 0847 99 97 93 81 5
rubbings from soya beans 100
Soya 0164 82 41 38
(dust conta~ning0111
Soya 0165 25 125
Soya bean, coarse, deoiled 3247 99 95 95 30 15 80 5.9
(approx 48 % protein] 100
100
Soya bean, coarse, 0168 62 34 16 95
USA 100
100
Soya bean, coarse, 0169 42 8 580
Braz~l 100
100
Soya bean, coarse 0170 6 1 200
100
100
Soya flakes 0171 3 >3000
100
100
Soya flour 0166 85 63 50 20
1CO
&
100

108 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


110 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
200 Si 1 lOOO/loOOO 480
125 7.8 81 St1 420 2
St 1 10/100 430
30 8.3 70 St 1 > 10000 460 n g.u.450 2
2
60 77 70 St1 450 330 2
2
Y= > 10000
30 7.7 67 St 1 450 300 2
Yes > 10000
8.0 50 St1 (4901 260
2
2
30
60 8.7 166 St 1 10/100 430 3
60 8.1 100 St1 10/100 430 3
30 9.3 115 Stl 420
10.1 137 St1 >10 410
Yes 100/300
rnelts
65 96 190 St1 390
Yes 30/300
1
2) 410
30 7.7 1 10 St 1 2
Yes >10 400
St 1 2
2
st 1
250 9.3 68 St 1 390 300
3
St 1
Yes 1 oo/ 1000
c60 8.7 130 St 1 400 430 2
60 9.4 198 St 1 460 n.g.u.450
105 126 St 1
10.3 200 Si 1 510 n.g.u.450 3
9.9 194 St 1
10.2 128 St 1 >300 520 n.g U 450 2
30 10.4 155 St 1 480 580 3
60 99 141 St1 470 560 3
60 8.6 108 St1 420
125 7.7 135 St 1 >10 410
1 00 99 95 <10
Storch, malze 3168 100 96 <10 12
100 96 <10
Storch, maize 3169 100 99 <10 12
100 99 <10
Storch, malze 01 86 100 98 85 11
Storch, maize 3340 100 95 11 54
Starch, malze 5050 100 94 78 11 7.5
Storch, malze 2898 11 12
Storch, malze 2974 11 13
Storch, malze 275 1 11 13
Storch, maize 01 87 1 00 99 88 12
Storch, malze 1671 100 97 79 13
Storch, malze 1661 100 91 70 13
Storch, moize 2074 13
Storch, malze 01 88 99 85 65 15
Storch, malze 2075 99 91 68 15
Storch, maize 01 89 94 81 60 16
Starch, malze 0850 100 90 16
Storch, maize 01 90 98 85 60 17
Starch, malze 4354 17
Storch, maize 0191 1 00 80 43 22
Starch, malze 3167 100 56 30 10
100 56 30
Storch, malze 4234 1 00 32
Starch, malze 2076 79 45 26 36
Storch, moize 2971 50 94
Storch, malze 0194 1 70
Storch, malze, 98 % 3275 100 97 <10 94
(traces of tr~calcium 100 97 <10
phasph.)
Storch, malze, 93 % 3273 100 98 83 58 36 75
(rest Sugar, fat, prote~n) 100
100
Storch, malze, 90 % 3276 100 99 98 96 <I0 9.3
(1 0 % ~norganicchem~cals) 1 00 <iO
Storch, malze, 80 % 3 279 100 99 96 87 <10 92
( 1 0 % potato storch, lnor- 100 <10
gon~cchern~colswith oll)
Storch, malze, 75 % 3277 100 99 94 88 73 12 87
(15% swelling starch, 100
10 % Inorganic chemrcals) 1 00
Starch, malze, 70 % 3278 100 99 90 83 76 12 8.0
(20% swelling starch, 100
13 % inorgonic chem~cals) 1 00
112 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabilify!
30 8.2 107 St 1 10/100 n.ind. 400 3
30 86 100 St1
60 9.2 117 St 1
60 8.8 95 St 1
30 87 111 St1
60 9.5 141 St1 14301 n.g.u.490 3
8.6 143 St1 >5 380 3
125 9.2 164 St 1 3
Yes 100/300
Yes 30/300
Yes 100/300
30 9.8 161 St1 450 n.g.u.450 3
60 9.4 174 St 1 3
15 86 132 St1 3
>I00
60 10.1 169 St 1 460 435 2
60 9.6 120 St 1 480 n.g.u 450 4
60 9.7 158 St 1 520 440 2
200 St 1 400 460 3
9.3 125 St 1 510 n.g.u.450 3
yes 9
60 10.6 143 St1 440 420 3
60 8.7 1 18 St 1
60 8.8 104 Stl
8.1 148 St1 100/300
9.8 103 Si1 480 rnelts
Yes 100/300
8.5 143 St1 430 400 2
1st 21 2
1st 21

St 1 5
5
(Sb 21
St 1 2
St 1
St 1 3
St 1

St 1 2
2
St 1
St 1 2
2
St 1
Storch, rnaize, rnodified 3387 1 00 95 26 38 13
100
100
Storch, maize, rnodified 3521 100
100
Storch, malze, modified 341 8 87 47 20 8 2 255 49
100
100
100
Storch, malze, oxidised 3234 100 7.9
100
Storch, rnaize, ~ o w d e r 31 81 99 99 98 97 94 <10 63
100 110
100 <10
Storch, rnaize, powder 31 80 100 22 40 8.2
Storch, moize, presolub~lised 0193 29 15 1 20
100
1 00
Storch, malze, solubllised 0192 55 30 15 10 112
[partially sugared) 100
1 00
Storch, malze, with oil 3527 100 98 <10 11
100 98 <10
Storch, malze, with oil 3528 100 93 25 6 7.9
1 00
100
Storch, rnaize/potato 3426 10 4 3 2 1 2000 12
11 11 1 00
100
Starch, rna~ze/sugar, 0852 47 36 36 36 35 600
white flour for frult gurn 1 00
100
Storch, maize/sugor, 085 1 100 99 97 1
white flour for llquorlce
Starch, rnixed starch, 3232 100 95 60 35 20 100 2.7
ox~dised 100
100
Storch, rnixed starch, 3233 100 98 i10 86
with oxldlsed product
Storch, rnodified 2925 47
Starch, rnodified 2922 96
Storch, modified 2923 155

114 NOTE: Take notice of the Iimits of applicability!


Storch, rnodified 292 1 1 70
Storch, rnod~f~ed 2924 205
Storch, native 0174 100 83 <10
Storch, nohve 321 1 100 99 60 26 14
100
Storch, native 0177 62 28 6 49
Storch, nahve 0178 68 26 12 52
100
Storch, native, 95 % 0176 100 97 15 23
Storch, not~ve,90 % 0175 83 74 64 11
100
100
Storch, phosphate 0196 98 85 70 12
Storch, potato 3290 100 99 <10 12
Storch, potato 31 32 100 96 18
100
Storch, pototo 3041 100 96 20
100
Storch, pototo 3289 100 99 69 22 8.7
100 99 69 22
100
Storch, potato 0180 1 00 65 20 28
100
Storch, pototo 2700 29 19
Storch, potato 3288 100 98 52 30 12
1 00
Storch, potato 0848 100 57 30
Storch, pototo 1267 31
Storch, pototo 2070 100 50 17 32
Storch, potato 0181 1 00 55 16 33
100
Storch, potato 3403 100 99 47 34 9.9
1 00
Storch, potato 3380 1 00 96 36 35 16
1 00
Storch, potato 3425 49 19 8 5 4 520 15
100
100
Storch, pototo 3427 24 17 12 10 8 1500 12
100
100

116 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


(1 0 % calc~urnchloride)

Storch, potato, 1792 100 97 57 29


and other cornponents 100
(sack filling)
Storch, potato, 31175 99 91 49 7 1 130 40
blnder 100
100
Storch, potato, 3189 100 97 83 67 33 48 7.1
mixed product 100
Starch, pototo, 3357 100 98 94 48 33 18
natlve 100
Starch, rice 505 1 100 98 96 88 <10 5.5
Storch, rice 2077 95 80 68 10
Storch, rice 0200 86 62 52 18
100
1 00
Storch, rlce 020 1 100 80 55 18
100
Storch, rice 2078 99 74 54 18
Starch, swelling 01 97 15 149
Storch, swelling 01 98 25 10 155
Storch, swelling 01 99 17 5 195
Storch, swelling, maize 3284 100 94 54 22 12 120 4.6
100
1 00
Storch, swelling, malze 01 95 16 7 3 185
Storch, swelling, rnoize, 98 % 328 1 100 98 <10 9.6
(2% inorgonic chernicols]
Storch, swelling, malze, 3282 100 95 54 27 15 115 36
with hydrogen peroxide 100
100
Storch, swelling, rnaize, 3283 100 89 35 16 9 170 4.0
with hydrogen peroxide 100
and chlorine bleoch Iiquor 100
Storch, swelling, rnaize, 3280 100 99 84 53 29 60 4.2
wlth traces of ernulsifiers 100
1 00
Storch, swelling, rice 2868 95 9.1
Storch, swelling, wheot 2869 45 5.2
Storch, wox motze 3397 1 00 95 82 11 12
1 00
100
Storch, wax malze 3162 100 80 22 12
Storch, wheat 3402 100 99 95 <10 11
118 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of appli~abilit~!
Starch, wheat 3525 100 99 81 17 96
100 99 81 17
Storch, wheat 0202 84 50 20
Storch, wheat 0203 85 66 46 22
100
100
Starch, wheat 0204 89 59 36 27
100
100
Storch, wheat 1269 100 99 94 76 53 30
100 82 40 22
Storch, wheat A 3229 100 97 87 <10 70
1 00 97 87 <10
100 <I0
Starch, wheat B 3230 100 99 81 40 11 73 1.8
1 00 18
Starch, wheat, 90% 3274 100 99 96 73 20 10
(1 0% inorganic chemicals, 100
traces of oll)
Starch derivative 2079 82 63 39 24
100
Starch derivative 1625 100 96 67 54 22 61
100
Starch sucrification product 1258 100 92 50 18 63
100 54 19 30
Siarch sucrificaiion product 1257 100 88 52 29 20 115
100
100 72 40 24
100 72 40 24
Storch syrup 0205 39 11 89
100
1 00
Sugar 5183 99 98 92 < 10 0.4
[silo dust removal] 99 97 64 17 0.4
99 97 64 17 0.4
Sugar 1272 100 84 66 16
[silo dust removal) 100 84 66 16
Sugar, 0233 76 55 35 29
beet 1 00
100
Sugar 0229 79 52 40 30
100
100
120 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!
Lower Max. /Csl Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition GIowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture ity
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s %by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
6 0 1 9.1 156 St1 1 3
Yes 10/30
1st 2) 2
3
115 8.2 145 St 1 380 530 5
60 9.8 132 St 1 500 535 3
30 9.9 115 Stl 480 n.g.u.450
3
1st 2)
10.0 135 Si1 520 n g.u.450
3
1st 2)
3
30 St 1 10/100 3 80
1st 2) 2
3
1st 2)
St 1 3
St 1
Si 1 2
1st 2)

60 9.2 80 St 1 14 >30 480 280


5
2
100 St 1
5 10 3
60 9.2 123 St 1 10/100 400

5
60 9.3 159 SI 1 110 400
1 00/ 1 000 n.ind
60 8.3 72 St 1 520 420
2
St 1
125 8.5 116 Stl
Yes <5 350 430 215)
5/10 n lnd.
125 8.2 99 St1 110 360 450 213)
10/100 n.ind.
60 8.2 59 St 1 470 melts
215)
1st 2)
8.5 138 St 1 480 rnelts
2131
100 1st 21
(sieve station dust removai) 100
100 81 56 19
100 81 56 19
Sugar 5097 99 89 69 39 23 80 0.2
(separator and dispatch 100 0.2
area dust rernoval) 100 54 31 30 0.2
100 54 31 30 0.2
Sugar 260 1 110
110
Sugar 5391 99 98 51 23 20 120 0.1
(frorn extroctor filter drier) 1 00 0.1
100 56 22 29 0.1
100 56 22 29 0.1
Sugar 5392 100 98 44 21 14 135 0.2
[frorn extractor f~lterdr~er) 1 00 02
100 66 35 25 0.2
Sugar 3085 100 97 44 20 12 135
100
100
Sugar, 5502 100 97 43 14 7 150 0.2
from fluid bed drier/cooler 100 02
100 39 14 36 0.2
Sugar 5184 100 46 10 5 3 275 0. i
Sugor 5182 95 41 17 7 5 290 0.;
Sugar 3134100 42 3 2 300
100
Sugar 3103 91 18 1 1 350
1 00
Sugar 5179 69 27 3 1 1 380 0.1
77 45 21 12 8 300 0.1
Sugar 5181 8 3 1 790 0.1
62 45 29 16 11 300 0.1
Sugar 5180 3 2 1250 0.1
61 45 30 20 18 9 320 0.1
Sugar, icing 1 274 12
12
Sugar, icing 2103 88 70 52 19
Sugar, icing 3 178 100 89 57 27 0.1
100 0.1
Sugar, icing 3 179 100 88 46 35 0.1
100 01

122 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of appli~abilii~!


Sugar, icing 5375 100 96 78 57 39 48 0.2
100 0.2
100 0.2
Sugar, icing 3372 100 78 26 11 90 6.4
100
Sugar beet abrasion 3316 97 87 65 35 17 90 9.4
100
1 00
Sugar beet chips 0236 89 58 35 27
100
100
Sugar beet chips 3347 76 50 28 17 12 250 7.4
1 00
100
Sugar beet pellets 5562 91 87 78 56 34 50 12
(loading) 100 3.7
100 60 29 27 3.7
Sugar beet pellets 5503 95 82 54 28 13 115 7.2
100 1.8
100 40 14 35 18
Sugar, crystal, 3242 100 97 84 63 22
ground (euro Standard 2) 100
Sugar, crystal 3301 66 13 2 1 450
(RF)
Sugar, ciystal 3401 4 2 1 1 900
100
100
Sugar, pectin 0232 95 75 57 17
Sugar/talcurn 3138 100 99 99 85 78 11 0.0
(40:60)
Sugar/talcum 3050 100 99 94 85 78 12
(40:60] 100
100
Sunflower abrasion 3163 83 33 14 8 7 350 14
1 00
1 00
Sunflower seed expeller 0173 59 16 10 420
100
100
Sunflower seed pellets 3 160 100
100
Sunflower seed pellets 3161 100
V
100

1 24 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of appiicability!


2
Ye5 10/100 430

2131
100 1st 21
2
St 1 410
St 1 3
4
St 1
9.4 165 St 1 460 290
4
1 00 St 1
60 7.2 31 St 1 500 4
4
yes >105
125 4.5 16 St 1 >1 O6
270 4
125 8.4 87 Stl > 1 000 400

4
200 St 1 >I000 41 0
60 8.3 109 St 1 >10 380 2
1st 21 380
60 5.6 42 St 1 >I00 380 melts 2

2
melk 2
30 7.3 69 St 1 >5 370
9.1 99 St 1 (4101 380
St 1 2

2
St 1
6.4 22 St 1 4
4
St 1
125 7.9 44 St 1 1470) 350
2
St 1
2
Yes 430
2
Yes 440
for hbiet pressing 1 00 10
100 1 .o
Swelling flour 0160 100
100
Swelling ilour 3366 100 96 71 42 28 78 5.3
100
100
100

Tapioco 0208 95 80 68 12
Topioco 3460 97 96 92 79 64 20 97
Tapioco 0209 84 73 45 22
1 00
100
Tapioco 0210 61 42 44
1 00
1 00
Tea, block 021 1 64 48 26 16 76
1 00
100
Tea , 0853 100 96 57 24 10 110
dust depos~ts 100
Tea 3155 99 72 21 4 200 1.5
SM (deposits) 100 1.5
Te0 , 3197 99 57 9 4 3 220 0.2
MF moch~neteo 100 0.2
100 02
Teo 1710 61 31 20 i3 10 440
1 00
Tea, 3154 36 5 2 1 600 47
AM 100
100
Teo, fennel 0842 100 97 72 17 9 115
[herbal drugs and 100
ethereol oil] 100
Teo, fennel fruib 0843 28 23 17 11 5 3500
100
100
Teo, howthorn 1674 9 4 2 2 1 2000
[leoves with flowers] 100
100
Teo, hawthorn 1630 6 3 2 1 1 9000
100
100
Teo, lemon 2615 150 32

126 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


2
St 1
2
1 00 St 1
30 74 92 St 1 3
3
Y" >10
101 St 1 460

9.9 97 St 1
40 78 110 St1 >I00 3
125 9.4 62 St 1 (4501 290
4
St 1
125 9.0 53 St 1 (4501 290
4
st 1
125. 8.2 59 91 5 10 300
4
St 1

300 4
125 8.0 27 St 1
30 9.1 104 Stl
St 1 3
5
1st 21
n.1.
4
60 5.8 11 St 1 5 10 2
3
30 8.1 68 St 1 >I000 5 10

2
1 00 Si 1

4
200 St 1
n.1.
4
Si 1

4
St 1
> 1 000
100
Tea, pepperrnint ieaves 0840 59 31 8 6 4 450
100
1 00
Tea powder, spray dried 021 2 i 00
100
Tea, tansy 0855 100 95 72 43 39
100
Tobacco 0206 100
(grindingt 100
Tobacco 1729 100 99 98 92 <10
(rnill) 100 <10
Tobacco 1730 100 81 50 32
(dross, pure leaf surface) 100
Tobacco 2080 81 64 29 49
Tobacco 3484 98 91 78 58 29 52 9.2
(powder) 1 00
100
Tobacco 3463 100 99 64 12 53 10
100
100
Tobacco 0207 77 53 24 65
(cigarette rnanufacture) 100
1 00
Tobacco 1270 99 89 67 47 28 79
(ribs and tape waste) 100
100 67 35 26
Tobacco 4450 100 39 3 80
100
1 00
Tobacco 3343 97 81 51 21 6 120 5.0
100
1 00
Tobacco 3370 91 67 32 9 5 175 9.1
(rneal) 100
100
Tobacco 445 1 12 2 195 11
100
1 00
Tobacco 2081 87 35 23 200
Tobacco 3462 94 70 25 5 2 200 10
1 00
1 00

128 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Tobacco 3341 80 45 21 9 4 280 7.1
100
100
Tobocco 4449 86 4 3 350 72
100
100
Tobacco 3455 58 40 28 24 20 390 27
[deposits] 1 00
1 00
Tobacco 3516 48 47 24 14 6 510 8.0
100
1 00
Tobacco 3344 89 64 43 26 12 150 6.9
[w~thactive charcoal] 100
1 00
Tobacco 3342 80 44 16 6 2 280 6.8
(with active charcoal] 100
100
Tobacco, denatured 3042 73 58 38 24 9 1 95
100
100
Tobacco, denatured 3222 73 58 38 24 9 200 68
1 00
100
Tomato powder, 0220 35 10 145
hot spray dried 100
(strongly hygroscopic) 100
Tomato powder, 0221 99 6 1 200
cold sproy dried 100
[strongly hygroscopic] 1 00
Tryptophan 2670 <10
Tryptophan 2669 53
Tryptophan 2672 53

Vegetables, 0102 100


dry vegetable grinding 100

Wafer dust 3544 74 26 6 370 5.0


100
1 00
1 00

i 30 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Product q r o u ~1.1.2 Particle Size Distribution Median Moisture
Food, fodder % by weight Value Content

Material Mat.- 4 0 0 <250 ~ 1 2 5 <71 463 ~ 3 2 <20 prn % by


No. prn prn prn prn prn prn prn weight
Wafer dust 3240 51 30 11 2 450 3.0
1 00
100
Wafer flour, fine 3267 77 57 30 12 4 220 7.9
100
100
Wafer flour, coarse 3268 56 39 19 6 2 350 70
100
100
Wheat 3100
Wheat 3466 91 89 84 78 70 410 79
100 <10
1 00 <10
1 00 <10
Wheot 3375 100 99 94 88 84 <10 11
(78%) 100 <I0
100 <10
Wheai 3452 100 99 96 <10 9.0
abrasion 1 00 <10
Wheat 3322 98 96 92 85 72 12 14
abrasion
Wheat 3457 68 64 58 49 37 70 9.7
abrasion 1 00 9.7
100
100
100
Wheot, 01 12 48 30 80
Canada 100
100
Wheat, 3076 100 81 50 32 25 125 10
dust frorn aspirator 100
100
Wheat, 3224 50 43 34 30 25 500 11
dust frorn delivery 1 00
1 00
Wheat, 3075 37 15 12 11 10 800 80
dust frorn aspirator 1 00
1 00
Wheat, Argentinian 3332 81 71 58 44 30 90 11
(0.251 o~l/tJ
Wheat, Argentinian 3331 77 60 43 32 26 175 11
(0.1251 oil/tj
Wheat, Argentinian 3330 80 74 66 58 50 32 10
[wifhout oil)

132 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibiliy Oxy- lgnition Temperature Ternpera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture i'Y
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
St 1 2
3
St 1
St 1 2
5
ist 21
St 1 2
2
1st 21
350
4
290 4
30 75 120 Si1 >10 490
>I00 n.ind.
2
3
(st21 470
270 4
Yes 400
>I00 4

72 106 St1 3
290 4
30 76 118 Si 1 >30 450
>30 n.ind.
60 9.3 112 Stl (3701 290
3
St 1
(St 21 3
3
(SI 21
St 1 2
2
St 1
St 1 2
3
(St 21
7.8 81 St 1 >I00 430 2

77 86 St 1 >I00 420 2

7.7 1 16 St 1 >10 430 2


Product aroup 1.1.2 Particle Size Distribution Median Moisture
Food, fodder % by weight Value Content

Material Md.- <500 <250 <I25 <71 4 3 <32 <20 pm % by


No. prn pm prn pm pm pm prn weight
Wheat, crushed 3506 8 9 65 48 34 23 130 84
100

134 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperaiure Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- 9en Energy
BAM
ture iv
pressure Conc. G-G
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
2
310 2
125 75 83 St1 >10 400
n.1. 570 n.g.u 450
420
Ye5 420
380 2
2
Yes 3 80
3
100 (St 2)
> 1 000
St 1 2
2
(St 2)
St 1 2
2
St 1
30 51 21 Stl 3 30 2
2
Yes 10/100
1000/ 1 0000 n ~ n d
30 83 123 Si1 410
ni 480 450
2
2
30 8.4 94 St 1 >30 400 290
Yes 360
Ye5 380
Yes 380
Yes 390
St 1 2
2
(Si 21
> 1 000
SI 1 2
2
1st 21
125 8.8 70 SI 1 480 n g u 450
2
St 1
7.0 31 St l
>300
60 8.3 87 Si 1 430 n.g.u.450
Wheat flour, type 550

136 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


69 77 St1 >I00 400
470 2
2
Yes 410
60 6.9 55 St 1 2
St 1
60 7.4 42 St 1 >300 470 n.g.u.450
82 47 St1 11 460 n.g 1.1.450
30 8.3 94 Si 1 2
Yes >10
30 8.4 98 St 1 390
8.4 50 St 1 480 n g.u 450
60 7.3 59 St 1 >I00 460 2
60 9.8 118 St1 420 n.g.u.450

St 1 2
St 1
St 1 2
1st 21
60 8.1 74 St1 >10 2
30 8.7 105 Stl 540 melts
Yes 100/300
Ye5 100/300
2
30 8.0 79 St 1
2
30 St 1 10/100 440
St 1 2
2
(SI 21
2
2
Si 1
n.i. 560 melts
n.1 490 n.g.u 450
8.3 41 St 1
125 82 31 St1 550 n.g.u 450
2
St 1
YeS 3/30
Ye5 30/300
78 31 St1 500 n.g.u.450
Wheat sernolina, 0227 95 2 400
hard
Wheat sernolina hlrn 3505 62 61 60 60 <T0 7.5
100 <10
100 <10
100 <I0
Wheat swelling flour 3106 100 86 52 32 60 7.1
100
Wheat swelling flour 5218 100 96 80 41 20 67 5.0
100 41
100 41
Wheat swelling flour 1260 99 84 47 24 11 130 5.3
(lactate) 100 2.0
100 2.0
Wheat wastes 3079 75 51 36 26 20 225 92
[cleaning) 100
100
Wheatgerm 5126 96 79 48 26 13 130 2.1
(flour) 100 3.3
100 30 4 38 3.3
Wheatgerrn 3338 29 18 12 8 4 1500 12
100
100
Whey fat emulsifier 2062 62 7 2 400
1 00
Whey powder 3478 100 97 68 4 1 105 20
100 2.0
100
Whey powder 3539 97 80 50 24 7 125 1.3
IpH 5 18) 100 1.3
100 1.3
Whey powder 3538 96 78 45 15 140 1 1
(pH 5 45) 1 00 1 1
100 1.1
Whey powder 0154 20 152
Whey powder 0155 40 16 8 700
Whey powder 0158 44 79
(50% lactose, 30 % sah,
20 % alburnin)
Whey powder, derninero- 2064 81 37 8 85
Iised (33 % tat, 30 % lac-
tose, 20 % alburnin)

138 NOTE: Take notice of the lirniis of applicabili~!


Whey powder, partially d e 2063
sugarised
Whey powder, sweet, 01 56 73 35 13 41
spray dried, 1 00
from cyclone 100
Whey powder, sweet 3078 100 96 59 6 115 2.3
spray dried, 100
1 ~ 1 tinstant
h properties] 100
Whey powder, sweet 2065 99 39 7 148
Whey/sulphonated 2061 98 6 2 330
animal fat (50:50)
Wholerneol 3001 48 38 33 30 26 580
100

5124 100 96 70 30 45 2.8


Yeast,
foodstuff 100 54 26 30 2.8
Yeast powder 3296 95 82 57 27 5 115 3.3
Yeast powder 3458 75 74 20 1 200 4.1
100
100
100

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


097 sah
OOL< saA
L L 4s OP Z'9 09
1
L OPC'K~'U ?OL < L 4s C9 0'9
OZP 00L/O L L JS OE
z
08E 14s 011 1'8 09

OEE 01s 1 IS L S.0


OZP OOC
L 4s
z
z I 4s
Coal, coal products

100
100
Activated corbon 2104 99 80 55 18
Activated carbon 2613 <20 27
Activated carbon 2662 <20 41
Activated carbon 0237 88 64 22
Activated carbon 0238 76 55 39 28
100
Activated carbon 0239 86 56 29
100
Activated carbon 0240 68 40 43 8.0
Activated corbon 0241 84 65 38 46 16
Activated carbon 2105 58 5 450
Activated carbon/carbon 3336 100 45
Activated carbon/carbon 3335 85 83 81 80 79 110 7.3
Anthrocite/petroleurn coke 4003 52 08
(1090)

Carbon 5177 85 43 32 14 10 280 04


100 0.4
100 0.4
Carbon 5178 60 25 16 11 6 460 08
1 00 08
100 0.8
Carbon (approx 99%) 5232 98 97 97 97 92 <10 0.8
100 <10 0.8
Carbon [approx 99%) 5233 100 96 86 68 50 32 05
1 00 05
Carbon [approx 99%), 5305 100 99 76 40 40 01
oll cake calcination unit
Corbon [approx 90% I 1 161 1 00 95 80 17
100
Carbon [opprox 88%) 5234 99 99 96 93 92 <10 03
1 00 <10 03
Carbon (opprox 85 %I 5235 98 98 96 94 91 <I0 18
100 <10 18
Carbon, arnorphous 5105 65 31 16 10 7 370 07
100 07
100 0.7
Corbon foarn 5509 95 84 64 50 37 63 04
1 00 04
100 04

142 NOTE: Take notice of ihe limits of applicability!


> 1 000
St 1 1
1
30 7.3 61 St 1 >lo5 n.i.u.540
60 8.8 44 St 1 790 n.g.u.450
> 1 000
>I000
n.1. 670 335
60 7.7 44 St 1 700 n.g.u 450
3
60 8.0 53 St 1 660 400
3
125 8.4 70 St 1 (6301
125 8.4 67 St 1 1630)
n.i n.i u.850 n.g.u 450
80 79 St1 >lo5 n.i.u.550 3
7.8 76 St1 >los n.i.u.550 4
> 1 000

2
60 8.0 151 Sf1

2
30 St 1
2
60 8.0 110 Stl
2
125 7.5 107 St 1
n.i. 2

2
200 St 1
2
n.i.
2
n I

2
30 St 1

1
250 71 43 St 1
Charcoal 0254 99 88 67 14
Chorcoal 2162 95 85 58 19
Chorcoal 2163 80 66 43 34 42
Charcool 2164 57 38 25 17 10 320
Chorcoal 2165 39 >500
Charcoal 2166 36 900
Chorcoal, beech 0255 1 00
1 00
Charcoal, poplor 0256 100
1 00
Charcoal/peat coke 0865 93 55 55
1 00
1 00
Cool 0867 99 96 88 5
[frorn rnill dr~er) 1 00
Cool 3508 99 94 92 92 87 <10 8.9
100
100
Coal 3509 1 00 99 96 <10 22
1 00
Cool 171 1 1 00 96 76 18
100
Cool 2970 29 5.2
Cool 1712 100 92 69 49 34
100
Cool 5122 100 98 95 63 33 48 0.6
100 0.6
Cool, 2167 33 620
power stat~on
Coal 0866 23 14 8 6 4 1100
[frorn rnill dr~er] 1 00
100
Cool, active contoct 0257 91 68 42 23
Cool, fat 2936 20 1.5
Cool, fresh contact 0258 98 76 50 20
Cool, row 1 804 100 95 <10
[carbon brush monufocture)
Cool, row 1805 98 96 96 95 89 <10
(carbon brush manufocture) 100
Coke, 0869 100 99 98 96 <1
frorn rnill
Coke 2168 90 50 35 32

1 44 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Coal, coal products

Coke ash, 1545 77 68 56 43 32 1 00


frorn filter unit 100
100
Coke slack, 0870 100 99 73 19
/rom sintering belt
Coke, 2169 80 60 53 43 32 53
distillation residue

Electrode carbon 2161 58 14 420


1 00
Hard cool 2174 97 93 85 <10
Hard coal 2175 99 95 89 <10
Hard cool 2176 90 76 60 16
Hard coal 2177 82 60 42 24
tiard cool 2178 84 58 45 25
Hard coal 21 80 85 55 37 29
Hard coal (Petchoro coal] 21 81 76 65 46 37 38
Hard coal, 32 % osh in dry 2179 80 55 43 26
Hard coal, anthracite 21 82 99 c10
Hard cool, anthracite 2 183 99 97 85 <I0
Hard coal, anthracite 2184 99 86 55 19
Hord coal, anthracite 21 85 90 72 52 19
Hard coal, anthracite 21 86 98 82 50 20
Hard coal, onthracite, 2187 79 63 43 35 29
Korea 100
Hard cool, anthracite 0265 85 53 34 30
100
1 00
Hard coal, anthracite 0266 93 71 31 16 47
Hard cool, anthracite 2188 91 46 31 1 40
Hard coal, anthracite 2189 72 30 17 240
100
Hard coal, anthracite/lignite 2190 85 84 68 42 23
coke 100
Hard cool, coke coal 2199 85 61 46 23
Hard coal, gas coal 2193 98 4
Hard coal, gas coal 2 194 99 4
Hard coal, gas cool 0261 99 88 69 14
Hard cool, gas coal 0262 99 88 65 15
Hard coal, gas coal 0263 99 84 60 17
1 00
Hard cool, gas cool 2195 25 16 1150

146 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


100
1 00
Hard cool, gas flame cool 0260 89 58 40 28
100
100
Hord cool, gas florne cool 21 98 83 55 38 29
Hard cool, lean cool 0264 97 86 53 19
100
Hard cool, stearn cool 2192 100 99 <10
Hard cool, stearn cool 2191 86 61 43 25
Hard cool coke 0267 92 82 13
Hord cool coke 0268 75 22
Hord cool coke 2200 86 50 17 8 67
Hard cool coke smolls 2201 78 25 220

Lignite 2763 16 17
Lignite 2767 18
Lignite 2106 65 56 49 21
Lignite 2762 21 9.3
Lignite 2673 22 99
Lignite 2764 26 30
Lignite 0242 76 50 29 32
100
Lignite 2698 35 92
Lign~te 2107 67 44 28 38
Lignite 2950 40 80
Lignite 2108 83 69 40 20 41
100
Lignite 2109 64 43 28 42
Lignite 21 10 67 40 25 42
Lignite 21 1 1 83 69 38 13 43
1 00
Lignite 21 12 80 63 41 44
Lignite 0861 98 95 77 58 41 45
1 00
100
Lignite 2113 64 38 20 45
Lignite 2909 48 14
Lignite 2863 49 10
Lignite 21 14 61 35 27 50
Lignite 2743 50 17
Lignite 21 15 59 40 33 52

148 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Coal, coal products

Lignite 2864 53 9.0


Lignite 21 16 58 30 10 55
Lignite 21 18 59 35 24 56
Lignite 2865 58 88
Lignite 4448 99 51 21 59
100
Lignite 21 20 53 30 16 62
Lignite 4355 63
Lignite 2121 80 54 18 5 66
Lignite 2123 71 49 28 72
Lignite 2124 64 49 35 75
Lignite 2125 64 47 25 80
Lignite 2744 93 24
Lignite 2126 79 45 35 150
Lignite 2745 240 12
Lignire 2745 62 20 12 360
Lignite 2947 500 12
Lignib 2948 500 15
Lignite 2949 700 16
Lignite 0247 28 4 2 900 18
100
100
Lignite, 0243 80 45 20 35
dust deposits 100
100
Lignite, 0245 75 60 27 55
from eiectrostatic 100
precipitator 100
Lignite, 0246 61 49 30 22 75
dust deposiis 100
100
Lignite, 2130 99 54 40 30 26 115
40 % ash dry 100
Lignite, 21 19 71 56 38 30 60
ground dust 100
Lignite, 2122 69 50 36 22 70
ground dust 100
Lignite, 0862 100 92 80 61 43 42
hard 100
100
Lignite, 21 17 55
rnixed dust

150 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


row 100 53
Lignite, 2132 35 6 1 000
slock
Lignite, briqueite dust 2131 69 56 41 33 51
Lignite, briqueite du51 1275 63 36 19 13 11 370 13
100 13
100 82 54 18 13
Lignite, briquettes, broken 21 28 51 16 460
Lignite/anihrocite (20 80) 2 1 38 91 85 80 <10
Lignite/onthracite (4060) 2 1 37 83 72 64 <10
Lignite/onihracite (5050) 21 36 79 64 45 16
Lignite/anthracite (6040) 21 35 79 60 45 24
Lignite/onthracite (70 30) 2 1 34 71 50 35 32
Lrgnite/onthrocite (8020) 2 133 66 43 24 40
Lignite/hord cool (80 20) 4447 100
Lignite coke 0249 97 77 58 16
Lignite coke 21 39 87 64 48 21
Lignite coke 0250 73 43 22
Lignite coke 2141 81 62 41 31 47
1 00
Lignite coke 2142 93 61 51 39 29 65
100
Lignite coke 025 1 70 48 28 23 78
100
1 00
Lignite coke 2144 65 44 25 19 85
lignrte coke 0252 63 44 30 98
100
100
Lignite coke 2145 96 60 34 100
Lignite coke 0253 93 18 13 290
100
1 00
Lignite coke 2147 24 18 8 4 3 300
Lignite coke 2148 47 18 13 520
100
Lignite coke 2151 10 950
100
Lignite coke 2152 4 1250
Lignite coke 2 7 53 1400
100
Lignite coke, grophitised 21 54 82 55 35 28

152 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Needle coke 2835 215

Petroleum coke 0750 93 75 59 15


Petroleum coke 2517 99 84 58 16
Petroleum coke 1164 100 97 86 62 23
100
Petroleum coke 251 8 95 83 55 39 28
Petroleum coke 25 19 72 45 30 38
Petroleum coke 2520 83 51 22 14 71
100

154 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


(anode res~dues)
Petroleum coke 1165 9 6 2 1 2500
1 00
100
Petroleum coke (98% C) 1 163 100 97 84 62 22
100
Petroleum coke, calc~ned 1903 99 97 92 86 76 <I0
100
Petroleum coke, calcined, 1922 93 92 90 88 82 <10
dust depos~ts 100
1 00
Petroleum coke, colcined 2523 94 86 64 47 22
100
Petroleum coke, calc~ned, 2524 82 57 45 26 19 94
dust depos~ts 100
Pltch 2 171 83 54 32 29
Pltch/pltch coke (2 1 ) 2172 86 64 46 22
Pitch coke 2173 93 86 75 10

Soot 075 1 99 5
Soot 0752 99 93 <10
Soot 0753 98 91 <10
Soot 0756 100 <10
Soot 1452 <10
Soot 2526 97 <10
Soot 2527 100 95 <10
Soot 0754 <10
Soot 0755 <10
Soot 0757 <10
Soot 2528 100 92 74 12
Soot 0758 95 75 13
Soot 0759 96 65 16
Soot 2529 95 65 23 25
Soot 2530 32 5 150
Soot 2531 99 13 12 1 70
Soot 5286 71 50 27 23 7 250 0.6
(omorphouscarbon) 1 00 06
100 06
Sooi 0760 13 1000
Soot 2977 0.2
Soot, desorbed 2532 97 30 86
from ocetylene 2533 52 21 120

156 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits af applicability!


760 590
60 8.4 121 Si1 12 630 390 4
60 8.2 111 Stl 12 620 385 4
60 8.6 49 St 1 (6801 580
> 10000
60 74 26 St 1 800 n.g.u.450 3
60 8.1 62 Si1 n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
60 8.7 90 St 1 8 10 570
30 8.8 88 St 1 840 570
n.1. 690 535 2
60 7.3 27 St 1 n.i.u.850 n g.u.450
15 86 120 St 1 12 620 435 4
8.1 94 St 1 12 630 435 4
60 8.0 62 St 1 >3000 720 n g.u.450 3
8.0 58 St 1 660 n.g.u.450
60 7.5 23 St 1 n 1.u 850 n.g.u 450

2
100 St 1
6.6 32 St 1 n i.u.900 n.g.u.450
> 1 000
8.0 64 St1 16 660 n g.u 450
80 54 St1 16 670 n.g.u.450
Soot, oll-treated 2637 80 17
Soot, oll-treated 2632 375 21
375 2.1
Soot, oll-treated 2627 0.9
Soot, oll-treated 2624
Soot, plne 076 1 100 97 <10
Soot, pine 0762 99 <10
Soot [tyre incinerator] 1166 100 99 97 95 84 4

Wash cool 281 3 20

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Alpha-cyclodextrine 4024 32

Biber lupin extract 1551 100


100
Bulls' festicles, 1771 99 91 72 44 26 72
ground 100
100

Calamus roots, 0879 21 16 11 8 3 7000


ground 100
100
Castor oll, hardened (99 %) 4224 100
Cocoa husks 3246 98 97 96 91 67 13 10
(dust) 100
100
Cocoa husks, 3245 64 30 13 8 5 400 83
ground 100
100
Cocaa husks 3392 55 36 25 17 6 410 73
[abrasion) 100
1 00
Cocoa husks, 3190 10 5 2 1 2700 45
broken 100
1 00
Coffee skin, 0273 16 1750
after roosting process 100
100
Coloured clay, from raw 2203 100 88 58 18
Iignite rich in humic acid
Cotton seed expeller, 0269 66 24 10 245
Brazil, silo inlet 100
1 00

Dextrin 2660 <20 41


<20 4.1
Dextrin 0270 88 27 41
100
100
Dextrin 027 1 57 26 5 55
100
100
Dextrin 2202 67 21 10 58

1 60 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Yes 30/300

2
100 St 1

2
30 St 1

4
30 St 1
<15 9.2 222 St2 <4 375
60 7.6 75 St 1 4
4
78 77 S ~ I >105
SI 1 3
4
St 1
15 7.8 68 St 1 300 3
3
15 Yes >10 470
St 1 3
4
125 8.1 68 Stl >105 n i.u 520
n.1. 600 360
4
St 1
125 72 39 St1 480 285

125 7.7 35 St 1 (4801 350


3
St 1

Yes 8/14
100/300 n.ind.
60 88 106 Stl 510 n.g.u.450
2
st 1
8.8 109 Stl 490 n.g.u.450
2
St 1
9.9 160 St 1 470 n.g.u.450
Ergot 028 1 55 33 14 110
1 00
100

Flox, dust containing oll 0280 63 21 300

Gamma-cyclodextrrn 4026 35
Gluten, hydrolysed 1276 100 99 87 54 30
100 64 37 26
Gluten, hydrolysed 1279 100 84 48 34
100 53 24 31
Gluten, hydrolysed 1278 98 97 82 59 37 47
100 67 21 28
Gluten, hydrolysed 1 277 100 92 56 33 51
100 72 26 26
Guar core flour, ethoxylated 422 1 100 38
Guar ilour 0874 1 00 42 4 70
100
Guar flour/galactomannan 0875 100 77 23

Haernoglobin powder 2206 93 61 27 5 57


(blood meal)
Herbs 0880 99 95 93 72 10
(grom~nisflowers, yarrow, 100
wild thyme, thyrne]
Hop, 5473 100 68 35 25 5.2
Belg. target (a= 10.8 %)
Hop, 5474 100 71 32 25 51
Ch~nQuingdao (a=65 %)
Hop, 5475 100 53 20 8 120 48
US-Nugget (a= 15.2 %) 1 00 48
Hop blossom, 0876 100 99 76 33 17 91
dried and ground 1 00
Hop cones, 0877 1 00
ground 100
Hop draff 2209 52 14 9 490
Hop draff 0878 35 4 330
[contents, resins, extracted 100
arornat~csubstances) 100
Hop pellets 2208 6 2500
Hop, raw 2207 50 8 4 500
Horn meal 0272 100
100

162 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Methyl beta cyclodextrin 4025 <23
<23

1 64 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


1 00 St 1
30 8.9 86 St 1 440 280

2
30 St 1
5
30 1st 21
5
30 St 1
3
30 St 1

4
30 St 1

3
100 St 1
nI 570 310
4
100 St 1
n.i 520 3 10
4
30 Si 1

4
30 St 1

15 St 1 3
n.1. 560 310
2
100 St 1
410 280
1st 21 <5 440 5
1st 2) <5 390 290 5
<15 8.5 119 St 1 5/10 410 290 5
30 83 181 St1 7,5 425 280

Yes 3/4
3/7 n ind.
Broduct qroup 1.1.4 Particle Size Distribution Median Moisture
O t h e r natural products % by weight Value Content

Material Mat.- 4 0 0 <250 <I25 c71 c63 <32 <20 yrn % by


No. prn yrn prn prn pm yrn yrn weight

Olive stones, 1989 100 99 72 45 38


ground 1 00
Orange pips, 0871 42 1 520
crushed (abrasive] 100
1 00
Ox galt, 0282 99 85 14
dried, cleaned

Seeds 2643 36 11
Seeds 2605 86 53
Seeds 2604 110 8.1
[beei seed)
Seeds/wood rneal 2600 84 8.4
(35651
Straw 2213 96 26 200
Straw 2214 66 4 320

Tarnar~ndscore flour, 4222 100


carboxyrnethylated
Thyroid glands, 1772 99 96 82 46 20 65
ground 100
Tree bark, 0872 96 92 87 67 40 39
75 % spruce, 15 % plne, 100
10% fir 100

Walnut rneal 2838 140


Walnut shells, 0283 1 00
granulated (obraslve] 1 00
Wo01 5595 25 6 3 3 2 800 10
100 3.1

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


100 08
100 08
ABS, 1285 76 56 35 15 3 210 05
m~xedmaterial 76 56 35 15 3 210 05
100 0.5
100 05
ABS, 1286 61 34 20 10 5 390
m~xedmater~al 100
100 41 9 35
100 41 9 35
ABS, 1284 83 59 36 20 10 200 13
raw material 83 59 36 20 10 200 13
100 1.3
100 13
ABS, 1886 92 44 5 1 290
raw material 1 00
100
ABS copolymers 283 1 30
30
ABS copolymers 2826 30
30
ABS copolymers 2830 35
35
ABS copolymers 2825 35
35
ABS copoiymers 2829 41
41
ABS copolymers 2216 94 54 38 14 4 97
100
ABS copolymers 2215 91 51 37 25 21 120
ABS copolymers 2986 135
135
ABS copoiymers 2987 1 70
170
ABS copolymers, 0885 73 9 180
grinding dust 100
100
ABS copolymers, 0886 100 71 28 9 3 190
flame retording 100
100

168 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


60 81 171 St1 11 <I0
<10 0.1
5
30 1st 2 ) 430
60 7.7 108 Stl 12 10/50
1000/ 1 0000 n ind
5
15 St 1 430
30 7.8 123 St I
5
<30 8.2 165 St1 <10 450
15/100 n.ind.
30 8.3 156 Si1 11 <10
< l O n lnd.
5
30 1st 21 430

5
30 St 1
Yes <1
< I n.ind.
Yes <1
<1 n.ind.
Yej <1
7/13 n.~nd.
Yes <1
10/30 n.ind.
Y ~ S 2/5
4/8 n ind
30 9.2 142 Si 1 470 n.g.u.450
5
30 8.9 160 St 1 500 n g.u 450
Y ~ S 2/5
100/300 n.ind.
4/8
30/300 n.~nd.

3(51
15 St 1

2 '

30 St 1
ABS copolymers 2988 225
225
ABS copolymers 1503 77 54 30 19 9 230
100
100
ABS copolyrners, 5330 49 35 23 16 7 510 0.7
ground 100 07
100 0.7
ABS copolymers/PVC 1504 91 79 61 33 23 100
(80.20) 10 0
10 0
ABS copolymers/PVC 1505 95 87 70 25 15 110
(50:50) 10 0
100
ABS copolyrners/PVC 1506 98 81 62 14 6 115
(30 70) 100
100
ABS/PVC/additives 1287 86 75 56 26 15 110
(57.25 18) 10 0
100 68 24 27
ABS/PVC/additives 1801 89 80 51 9 3 120
(33 5 0 17) 100
10 0
ABS/PVC/additives 1800 90 82 60 18 10 10 0
(33:49 18) 100
100
ABS/PVC/additives 1802 92 87 63 16 9 94
(25.57 18) 100
10 0
Acrylic acid sodium ocylate, 0887 100 98 90 57 18 58
copolyrner, cross-linked 100
Acrylic fibres, 5336 100 98 96 74 26 44 15
ground 100 15
Arninoplast~crnoulding com- 5064 100 97 88 <I0 19
pound, based on urea/ 5063 78 70 67 56 44 45 5.9
rnelarnine resin, woodpulp 100 2.2
100 22

Artificial silk flock, 0919 100 99 98 96 92 1


3 3 dtex 0 5 rnrn

Calcium-rnagnesiurnresinote 5360 100 97 89 74 49 34 0.3


Cellulose-2,5-acetote 2217 10 0 89 53 19

1 70 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability! I


100
Cellulose acetate propronote 0286 100
1 00
Cellulose rneal 5446 100 97 82 61 24 29
100 29
Coating powder, 1325 100 91 50 32
based on epoxy resin 100 51 16 30
100 51 16 30
Coating powder, 0888 100 82 58 28 55
based on epoxy resin 100
Coaiing powder, 0889 100 73 43 24 79
based on epoxy resin 100
Coating powder, 1326 1 00 67 33 49 0.7
based on polyester 1 00 0.7
(seam protectian) 100 07
Coating powder, 1327 100 60 27 54 0.3
based on polyester 100 0.3
[seam protection) 1 00 03
Coating powder, 1498 99 71 15 1 200
based on polyethylene 100
100
Coot~ngpowder 1324 100 94 80 110
(seam protect~on)
Cooting powder, 1573 43 42 41 34 30 740
with 1 6 % alurnin~urn 100
100
Coating powder, 1574 40 29 24 21 17 1200
with 8 6 % aluminiurn 100
1 00
Colophony 0339 1 00
100
Colophony 1808 100 96 84 60 22
Colophony 1300 99 97 96 87 68 22
100 80 51 19
100 80 51 19
Colophony 1301 98 96 91 86 60 26
100 72 47 22
100 72 47 22
Colophony 1797 94 88 82 65 39 41
100
100
Colophony 2964 73
73

1 72 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Plastics, resins, rubber

Glass fibre reinforced plastic, 1528 77 68 64 49 39 65


grinding dust 100
100
Glass fibre reinforced plastic 0894 95 93 75 63 41 43
(epoxy resin, glass fibres 100
50% 50%), grinding dust 100
GIass fibre reinforced plastic, 0893 84 54 55
[epoxy resin), grinding dust 1 00
100
Glass fibre reinforced plastic 1924 96 91 79 52 24 60
(epoxy resin, glass fibres 100
40%.40%), grinding dust 100
Glass fibre reinforced plasfrc 0289 T 00
(polyamide], grinding dusi 100
Glass fibre reinforced plastic 0896 100
(polyesterresin, glass fibres 1 00
60% 40%I, grinding dust
Gloss fibre reinforced plostic 1288 97 95 88 85 77 <10
(glass fibres, polyester resin, 100 95 89 <10
nonrornbusiible fillers
30%.40% 30%J
Gloss fibre reinforced plas~ic, 0895 92 91 89 80 72 14
(polyester resin], 100
grinding dust 100
Glass fibre reinforced plashc 1289 81 78 74 67 44 38
based on polyester, 100
grinding dust 100 90 75 10
100 90 75 10
Glue, 0342 1 00
hide 100
Glue, 0343 100
rnethylcellulose 100
Glue, 0341 100
resin 100

lnsu[ation matenol 1918 71 63 38 19 8 190


(mainiy paper, PVC), 1 00
shredder for copper cables 100

Laminate, 0931 28 10 640


(hardfabric), cotion and T 00
phenolic resin, lathe dust 100
Laminate, 0932 70 22 160
(hardpaper), cellulose and 100
phenolic resin, lathe dust 100
176 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!
paper and resin, 100
dust deposits
Laminate, 0494 1 00
paper and polyester resin, 100
grinding dust
Laminate, 0495 1 00
paper, fabric and phenolic 100
resin, grinding dust
Laminate, 0492 40 16 9 90
grinding dust 100
1 00

Melarnine/phenolic resin 5303 99 98 97 90 67 20 2.6


rnoulding material, 1 00 13
frorn final rnixer 100 1.3
Melarnine/phenolic resin 5300 100 99 95 75 48 34 25
rnoulding material, 100 12
raw mix 100 12
Melarnine/phenolic resin 5304 100 91 63 42 29 82 19
rnoulding material 100 1.9
100 1.9
Melarnine/phenolic resin 5301 11 5 2 1 2200 19
rnoulding rnaterlai, 100 19
finished goods
Melarnine/polyester resin 5315 74 68 62 55 47 35 1.5
rnoulding material, 100 15
raw rnix 100 1.5
Melarnine/polyester resin 5302 21 6 3 1 1100 14
rnoulding material, 100 14
finished goods
Methyl rnethacrylate 2241 83 36 85
butadiene siyrene
Methyl rnethacrylate 2883 90
butadiene siyrene 90
Methyl rnethacrylate 2242 57 17 115
butod~enesiyrene
Methyl rnethacrylate 2881 125
butadiene siyrene
Methyl rnethacrylate 2243 45 18 135
butodiene siyrene 1 OO
Methyl rnethocrylate 2244 41 12 140
butadiene siyrene 100
Methyl rnethacrylate 2882 147
butadiene styrene

178 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


astics, resins, rubber

butadiene styrene 100


Methyl rnethacrylate 2247 34 11 150
butad~enestyrene 100
Methyl rnethacrylate 2884 157
butadiene styrene
Methyl rnethacrylate 2880 195
butadiene styrene
Mouldlng cornpound, 2639 85 1.1
acrylic resin
Moulding cornpound, 0476 100
epoxy resin 100
Moulding cornpound, 0477 100
epoxy resin 100
Moulding compound 1475 31 19 14 8 4 1400
(26 % epoxy resin, 100
64 % quartz rneal, 100
10 % glass flbres)
Moulding cornpound, 0890 53 25 230
melarnine resin 100
(50 % melamrne resin, 100
40 % wood flour),
raw rnixture
Mouldlng compound, 0479 93 86 70 14
rnelarnine-Formaldehyde- 100
cellulose
Moulding cornpound, 0480 99 96 70 16
rnelarnine-urea-
Formaldehyde-cellulose
Moulding compound, 0481 53 28 16 480
rnelarnine-wood flour 100
100
Mouldrng cornpound, 0482 84 62 15
rnelamine-phenol-formalde- 100
hyde-wood flour-cellulose 100
rninerals-lubricant
Moulding cornpound, 0483 98 93 80 12
rnelarnrne-phenolrellulose
Moulding compound, 1901 53 13 3 1 1 480
PF with wood rneal 100
and inorganic fillers

180 NOTE: Take notice oi the limits of applicabilify!


Plastics, resins, rubber

saturated polyester reslns,

Nitro varn~sh,dry substance 0344 96 90 83 9


Novolake 2248 99 88 70 13
Novolake 2249 98 78 57 22
Nylon flock 0347
(22dtex 2O rnrn]
Nylon flock 0345
(67dtex 05rnrn)
Nylon flock 0346
(67dtex 1 0 mrn)

Phenol~cresln foarn 2250 94 83 59 17


Phenolic resin foarn, 5270 96 88 76 39 20 73 51
cuttlng and saw dust 1 00 16
100 16
Phenolic resin foam, 0920 87 76 57 26 7 115
ground 100
1 00
Phenol~cres~nhard foorn, 0921 98 82 47 15 4 135
saw 100
1 00
Phenol~cresin hard foarn, 0922 94 72 34 6 170
cutter 1 00
100
182 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
Plastics, resins, rvbber

grinding dust, separator

Plastic, 1530 100 99 97 93 88 <10


grinding dust 1 00
Plastic, 5306 80 75 71 62 52 26 1.2
dust from raw mater~al 100 12
mixing unit 100 12
Plast~c, 5478 94 87 64 39 18 90 25
from foil waist 1 00 13
1 00 13
Plastic 4050 380
Plastic 1763 39 8 2 570
1 00
Pjasbc 1790 27 6 1 720
100
Plashc, carbon fibre reinforc , 5561 96 89 81 72 65 13 15
based on epoxy resin, 1 00 15
sawing dust 1 00 15
Plastic component, 1405 1 00 85 33 40
based on methyl methacryl , 100 36 10 37
5 % dibenzoyl 100 36 10 37
Plastic cornponent, 1406 100 94 25 40
based on methyl methacryl. 100 32 4 37
100 32 4 37
Plastic, 1305 100 90 18 42
based on methyl methacryl 100 24 5 38
copolyrner 100 24 5 38
Plastic component, 1 407 100 66 14 5 120
based on methyl methacryl 100 25 3 39
Plastics dust 5408 61 56 30 6 1 240 05
(ABS/PE) 1 00 0.5
1 00 0.5
Plastics dust 5409 52 42 40 36 34 460 06
1 00 06
100 82 40 22 06
100 82 40 22 06
Plastic Rock 1778 100 97 92 <I0
(0.01 mm X 0 2 rnm)
Plastrc, glass fibre reinforced 5588 99 97 97 95 86 <10 14
polyester, 30 % glass fibres, 100 <10 1.4
mechanical process
Plas~ic,regenernted 1726 98 97 95 87 , 77 10
100 i i

184 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


100 62 34 26
Plastic, regenerated, 1720 1 2200 0.2
ground material
Plastic, regenerated, 1721 2 2500 02
ground material
Plast~c,recycled, 557431 15 9 4 3 2900 0.9
granulate
Plastic wastes 1658 80 64 39 22 7 1 70
(mainly soft PVC) 1 00
1 00
Plastic/wood 1306 96 94 92 85 60 27
(955) 100
100 67 42 23
100 67 42 23
Plast~cs/wood 1489 99 94 82 61 40 45
(85 15) 100
100
Plast~cs/wood 1488 80 67 42 23 11 1 60
(85:15) 1 00
100
Plastic/wood, 1307 93 65 26 1 3 200
deposits 100
100 43 16 35
100 43 16 35
Polyacetal 1724 59 19 5 3 2 450
100
100
Polyacetal 1308 31 10 3 2 1 640
(ocetal copolymerisoie 100
based on trioxane) 1 00
Polyacrylomide 0348 100 95 81 10
Polyacrylamide 3409 100 67 17 7 1 198 37
granulote, cationlc 100
1 00
P~l~acrylamide 0349 66 17 11 360
1 00
100
Polyocrylate 0350 99 80 22
Polyacrylale 4033 30
Polyacrylate 0923 100 63 9 59
100

186 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


3131
15 8.1 99 St 1 <10 410
< l O n ~nd.
n i. 3

n.i 3

2
30 St 1

5
30 84 163 St1 <10 460
10/100 n.ind.

3
15 8.9 160 St 1
125 7.6 54 St 1
3
Sr 1

5
15 83 136 St1 <10 450
10/100 n ind.
6.8 27 St 1
3151
30 (Sr 21

2151
15 9.4 120 St1 <10 390
250 5.9 12 Si 1 780 41 0 2
1
125 6.2 18 St 1 A.1 O5 1
400
n.1. 690 n g.u.450
2
St 1
30 9.6 139 St 1
>I000
5 (51
<15 8.3 175 St 1
188 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
100 02
Polycarbonate 2836 240
Polycarbonate 3256 46 18 6 4 2 540 03
100
Polycarbonate 3255 35 14 4 2 2 600 02
100
Polycarbonate, 0394 17 2 1 830
sl~ced 100
100
Polycarbonate 1549 12 6 3 1 1 2400
100
100
Polyester 4410 100
100
Polyester 0395 98 96 92 5
Polyester 0396 96 89 80 9
Polyester 2261 <10
Polyester 4441 100 92 <I0
100
Polyester, 2563 98 95 93 <10
grinding dust
Polyester, 2568 99 96 91 <I0
grlnding and pollshlng dust
Polyester, 3360 100 99 <I0 06
fine dust from mill 100 99 <I0 06
Polyester, 1920 99 99 98 92 83 <10
dust from cuttlng of sheets 1 00
Polyester, 1686 93 91 88 86 79 <10
grinding dust 100
100
Polyester, 1219 99 98 96 85 70 11
grrnd~ngdust 100
Polyester, 2564 92 70 38 23
grinding dust
Polyester, 2565 97 84 60 41 25
grlnding dusi
Polyester 4409 98 81 15 39
100
Polyester, 1795 97 81 54 28 16 115
grrnding dust 100
100

190 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


2
2
4.8 9 St 1
Yes 300/1000
2
53 17 St 1 2
2
4.5 11 St 1 2
n.i. 800 n.g.u.450
2
30 St 1

2
St 1
meits
65 Yes 450
8.6 195 St1 5
10.5 162 St 1
10.1 194 St 1 570 melts

40 Yes 440
30 9.5 153 St 1 500 n g.u.450 5

YeS <1 530 n.g.u.450

30 8.8 139 St 1 5/10 530 2


10/100 n ind.
3
100 St 1

3
1 00 St 1
5
15 8.3 194 Si1
30 8.8 158 Stl 540 melts

9.4 237 SI 2 550 n.g.u 450 5

melts
85 YeS 430

5
30 1st 2)
Polyester 1923 67 40 T7 7 3 349 0.8
(copolyesterl 100 0.8
100 0.8
Polyester dust rn~xture 3359 100 94 54 30 03
100 03
Polyester flock, 040 1
3 3 dtex 0.6 rnrn
Polyester lock, 0402
3 3 dtex 0.75 rnm
Polyester paint, 5380 100 98 98 <10 1.0
grinding dust
Polyester point, 5381 95 90 82 66 61 20 44
grinding dust 100 0.7
100 07
Polyester resin rnould 5506 88 80 74 71 64 <10 08
cornpound 100 c10 08
100 96 89 <10 0.8
Polyester resln rnould 5507 99 63 43 26 18 170 12
cornpound 100 12
100 62 36 26 1.2
Polyester resin, 1215 100 64 44 42
grinding dust 100
Polyester rip fibres 5534 66 56 37 30 13 200 55
[cylinder) 1 00 14
1 00 14
Polyester rip fibres 5535 57 51 40 35 17 245 4.0
(cylinder] 1 00 1.9
100 19
Polyester rip fibres 5536 76 49 45 42 19 255 44
(condenser] 100 1.6
100 1.6
Polyester rip fibres 5532 65 38 34 12 4 300 4.4
(cylinder) 100 25
100 25
Polyester rlp fibres 5533 57 46 42 27 12 300 61
(cylinder) 100 20
1 00 20
Polyester rip fibres 5530 50 30 25 19 9 500 4.2
(hopper feeder] 1 00 2.1
1 00 21
Polyester rip fibres 5531 31 27 24 16 5 1000 59
[cylinder] 100 26 I
100 2.6
L

192 NOTE: Take notice of the iimits oF applicabiliiy!


1 94 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
60 77 146 St1 <10 460
10/100 n ~ n d
n.1. 560 melts

1.1 2 St 1

n.i 570 480


2
30 1st 2)
n.1. 620 rnelts
2
15 St 1

5
30 St 1
3151
<I5 7.5 108 Stl
7.5 67 St 1 440 melts
St 1 2
1st 21
1
St 1
Ye5 100/300
Yes 300/ 1 000
yes 2/5
100/300 n ind
Yes 4/13
4/13 n.ind.
Yes 30/ 1 00
Ye5 30/300
5.4 16 St 1 >5.106
2151
62 20 St 1 470 melts

213)
15 1st 2)

2 15)
15 6.8 75 St1
ni 470 melts
n.i.
3151
St 1
Plastics, resins, rubber

Polyethylene 5477 15 12 4 2 2 2000 0.8


(foil recycling) 100 08
Polyethylene chips 0389 2400
Polyethylene, chlorrnated 2769 1 90
Polyethylene (gas phose 1993 100 94 56 19 6 110
po~ymerisation) 100
100
Polyethylene (gas phase 5139 80 14 2 400 0.4
polymer~sation)
Polyethylene (gas phose 1994 34 10 1 710
polymerisai~on) 100
Polyethylene (gas phase 5140 2 1 900 02
polymerisatlon)
Polyethylene (suspension 1 310 100 58 17 29
polyrnerisat~on) 100 58 17 29
Polyethylene (suspension 1995 100 93 54 30
polyrner~sation) 100
Polyethylene flocks 2260
Polyethylene foam, 1733 92 81 47 16 6 130
sawdust 100
1 00
Polyethylene, high pressure 2254 98 93 65 10 26
Polyethylene, high pressure 2255 86 40 15 38
Polyethylene, high pressure 351 3 100 98 95 74 23 40 <O 1
100 <o.1
Polyethylene, high pressure 2256 90 54 3 69
Polyethylene, high pressure 5347 100 65 i1 2 220 02
(powder) 1 00 02
1 00 20 2 76 0.2
Polyethylene, h~ghpressure 1 878 21 7 1 1300
1 00
Polyethylene, high pressure 1877 6 2 6000
100
Polyethylene, low pressure 0356 95 86 <10
Polyethylene, low pressure 0357 94 80 13
Polyethylene, low pressure 0358 70 37 24
Polyethylene, low pressure 0359 94 21 24
Polyethylene, low pressure 0360 65 39 25
Polyethylene, low pressure 0361 97 73 52
Polyethylene, low pressure 0362 70 6 62
100
Polyethylene, low pressure 0363 56 16 65
100
NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of appli~abilit~!
Polyethylene, low pressure 0367 56 111
Polyethylene, low pressure 5349 100 50 16 7 125 0.1
(powder) 100 36 9 35 01
100 36 9 35 01
Polyethylene, low pressure 0368 50 21 1 25
Polyethylene, low pressure 0369 44 21 1 35
Polyethylene, low pressure 0370 36 10 150
Polyethylene, low pressure 0371 28 7 160
Polyethylene, low pressure 0372 10 6 162
Polyethylene, low pressure 0373 100 25 9 163
Polyethylene, low pressure 0374 24 7 163
Polyethylene, low pressure 0375 100 25 6 170
Polyethylene, low pressure 0376 100 18 173
Polyethylene, low pressure 0377 99 1 182
Polyethylene, low pressure 0378 97 13 2 2 15
Polyethylene, low pressure 0379 98 230
Polyethylene, low pressure 0380 96 2 232
Polyethylene, low pressure 038 1 90 19 11 240
Polyetnylene, low pressure 0382 90 20 9 245
Polyethylene, low pressure 0383 92 15 6 260
Polyethylene, low pressure 0384 9 1 13 4 270
Polyethylene, low pressure 0385 95 1 280
Polyethylene, low pressure 0386 90 14 295
Polyethylene, low pressure 0387 96 4 1 300
Polyethylene, low pressure 0388 84 2 4 10
Polyethylene, low pressure 5348 67 44 10 2 310 0.2
[granuiate] 100 02
1 00 24 8 1 79 02
Polye~hylene/~olyurethane, 5557 90 65 49 31 14 130 1.0
from dust conta~nerof 100 1 .O
cutting rnachine 100 47 28 34 1.0
Poly[rnethylvinyletherjmaleic 0927 100 99 58 41 32 90
anhydride, copolyrners 100
Polyrneric addit~ves, 2629 115
based on ocrylic rubber
Polyrner~codditives, 2628 150
based on acrylic rubber
Polyrnethacrylate 4434 100 99 39 18 02
100
Polyrnethacrylate 0403 90 70 48 21
Polyrnethacrylate, bead 0405 92 37 7 38
100
100

198 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


30 8.7 109 St1 440 rnelts
30 8.5 80 St 1 460 rnelts
2151
60 7.9 98 St 1 <10 420
100/1000 n ~nd.
30 78 65 St 1 510 melts
60 7.8 58 St 1 470 melk
125 74 54 St1 480 rnelts
6.8 36 St 1 480 rneits
60 74 58 Si 1 470 rnelts
60 6.9 48 St 1 490 rneits
5.5 13 St 1 480 rnelts
60 73 49 St 1 500 rnelts
250 7.1 38 St 1 470 rneits
n.1. 460 rnelts
n.i. 460 rnelts
n.i. 490 rnelts
n.i. 460 rnelts
60 7.4 56 St 1 440 rnelts 2 15)
125 7.5 46 St 1 460 rnelts
n.i. 450 rnelts
6.9 39 St 1 450 rneits
n.1. 540 melts
5.9 18 Si 1 510 rnelts
7.2 76 St 1 480 rnelts
n.i. 590 rnelts

2 151
125 7.3 81 Stl 10/100 420

5
60 72 103 St1 10/30 430
5
30 8.9 213 St2
Yes 100/300

Yes 100/300

rnelts
45 8.8 245 St2 7 490 440
30 94 269 St 2 550 rnelts 5
15 9.8 173 Si1 520 melk
5
P P
1st 2)
P
200 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of appli~abilit~!
30 83 85 SI 1 540 rnelts
3
St 1
60 10.3 108 St 1 490 rnelts
5
1st 21
30 9.6 125 St 1 530 rneits
5
1st 2)
Yes 30/300

5
St 1
5
<30 8.2 100 St 1
30 7.3 36 St 1 480

6.7 31 St 1 470

30 9.2 203 St 2 5

rnelts
20 Yes 400
84 101 St1 410 rnelts 3 (5)
15 1st 21
15 84 123 Si1 440 rneits 3 (51
(St 2)
3131
15 [St 21
313)
15 77 93 St1 <10 410
<10 n.ind.
7.7 38 St 1 440 rnelts
2 151
100 St 1

100 st 1 3151
125 6.1 33 St1 >106 410
6.2 27 St 1 310

200 ~t 1 5i51

200 st 1 313)
n.i. (4401
1 00
Polystyrene 4412 100
100
Poiystyrene 4435 100
100
Polystyrene 2720 1 20
Polystyrene 5268 95 85 51 11 1 120 0.1
100 0.1
100 01
Polystyrene, 5096 93 87 44 17 8 150 0.3
drying ~ l a n t 100 0.3
100 0.3
Polys~rene 5267 85 64 42 20 5 160 01
100 0.1
100 0.1
Polystyrene 2793 240
Polystyrene, 5046 75 46 21 10 4 290
recycling rn~ll 1 00
100
Polystyrene 5095 50 26 6 2 500 0.5
100 0.5
100 0.5
Polystyrene 1538 20 8 2 1200
100
100
Polystyrene r~gidfoarn 0414 100
100
Polystyrene rigid foam 0415 31 650
Polystyrene r~gidfoarn 0416 30 10 5 760
Polystyrene, copolymer 2264 32 11 155
w~thrnethyl methacrylate 2265 33 12 1 60
butadiene styrene
Polysiyrene, expandable 5488 94 92 87 67 41 40 0.7
100 0.7
100 07
Polystyrene, expondoble 541 9 19 9 3 2 890 0.6
(Eps) 100 06
Polystyrene/t~taniumdioxide 46 13 T 00
[67:33) 100
Polyurethane 0928 100 99 97 94 85 3
100

202 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of app/icobiliiy!


30 1st 21
melk
25 4.3 12 St 1 450
melk
25 Yes 460
Yes 30/ 1 00

31.51
15 (st 21

5
30 85 142 St1

3(51
15 St 1
Yes 100/300

3131
30 (St 21

5
30 St 1

5151
30 St 1
3 131
15 St 1
400 5.4 14 Stl
8.4 23 Si 1
30 8.4 110 Sb1 450 rnelts
15 8.7 107 St 1 450 melts

5
30 82 173 Sr1

100 SI 1 5
rnelts
45 3.7 3 St 1 500 480
5
15 7.8 156 Stl
Polyurethane, 5058 100 98 84 50 34 63 4.6
foamed, meal 100 3.6
100 70 42 24 36
Polyurethane, 1843 94 87 67 36 17 85
obrasion from mixing and 100
conveying machines 100
Polyurethane 5008 84 73 60 40 20 96
100
100
Polyurethane, 2723 100
meal
Polyurethane, 5602 100 83 11 3 105 1.2
foamed, dust from 100 1.2
sawing and rasping
Polyurethane, 5346 100 85 39 73 4 150 0.4
powder 1 00 0.0
100 25 6 36 0.4
Polyurethane 5009 99 76 27 9 3 175 1.9
100
100
Polyure~hane, 0935 88 61 15 6 2 240
sowing dust 100
1 00
Polyurethane, 1562 81 60 16 2 240
cutting dust 100
100
Polyure~hane, 5403 74 51 19 2 249 1.9
frorn rnill un~t 100 19
100 9 1 82 1.9
Polyurethane 5117 53 50 38 20 16 250 2.6
100 0.6
100 62 34 27 06
Polyure~hane, 5564 96 50 10 3 250 2.2
foarned, grinding 1 00 0.8
and cuiting dust 100 0.8
Polyurethane, 1313 74 46 27 13 2 260
abrasion from rnixing T 00
and conveying machines 100 33 8 39
Polyurethane, 1969 69 46 15 3 3 10
foamed, sawing of blocks 100
1 00
Polyurethane, 0936 75 35 5 330
cuiting dust 1 00
100

204 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


I
astics, resins, rubber

foarned [with approx 100 16


40 % glass fibres) 100 16
Polyurethane, rigid, 0417 1 00
grinding dust 100
Polyurethane, rigid 0929 100 71 6 1 1 20
1 00
Polyurethane, rigid foam, 5255 100 96 57 27 50 10
grinding dust 100 44 18 35 10
100 44 18 35 10
Polyurethane, rigid foam, 0937 100 83 13 2 110
sawing dust 100
Polyurethane, rigid foarn 5 1 15 99 94 58 6 2 115 19
100 1 1
1 00 1 1
Polyurethane, rigid foarn, 5256 99 92 42 5 135 15
grinding dust 1 00 15
Polyurethane, r~gidfoam 5024 91 75 24 4 3 180
1 00
100
Polyurethane, rigid foarn, 51 16 92 70 20 4 1 200 23
frorn wire cuiiing machines 100 15
100 15
Polyurethane, rigid foam 5026 86 63 26 5 2 200
100
1 00
Polyurethane, rigid foarn 5025 93 67 21 3 2 200
1 00
100
Polyurethane, rigid foam 5021 85 69 22 1 210
1 00
100
Polyurethane, rigid foarn, 5022 78 61 26 3 1 220
processing of laminates 1 00
100
Polyurethane, rigid foarn 0938 67 52 22 5 1 260
1 00
100
Polyurethane, rigid foarn, 5258 44 36 6 1 1 540 19
sawdust 100 19
Polyurethane, rigid foam, 5038 45 31 12 3 600
sawdust 1 00
100

206 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Polyurethane, soft foom 5072 100 88 26 4 83 1.6
powder 100 11 2 42 16
Polyurethane, soft foarn 5138 100 77 25 5 95 22
powder 100 77 25 5 95 05
100 05
Polyurethane, rnixed with Al, 1 312 97 94 83 57 31 52
grrnding ond sawdust 100
100 75 14 27
Polyurethane, contolnlng 5546 70 5A 24 2 240 15
pentane, waste granulate 100 15
100 15
Polyurethane, therrnoplast~c, 5007 46 15 3 1 520
fine dust 100
Polyurethane/alumin~urn 1648 92 88 80 68 39 40
100
1 00
Poly(vinylocetate), 0418 83 50 20
copolyrnerlsed 1 00
1 00
PoIy(viny1acetate), 0419 66 22 8 52
copolyrner~sed 1 00
100
Poly(vlnylacetate), 0420 92 54 50 25 4 63
copolyrnerrsed 100
100
Poly(viny1acetote], 0421 86 55 21 16 65
copolyrnerisedwith ethylene 100
100
Poly(viny1acetate), 0422 21 940
copolymer~sed with ethylene 1 00
100
Poiy(vlnyiacetate), 0423 16 1000
copolyrner~sed wlth ethylene 1 00
100
Poly(vrnyiaceiote), 0428 87 6 330
copolyrnerisedwith ethylene 100
(3 % sllrcic ocid)
P P P P
100

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


5
15 1st 21
'451
15 1st 2) 10/100 440

3
30 85 132 Si1

3
30 St 1 10/100 480
1 00 St 1 3
2
30 St 1

30 St 1 215)

3
100 St 1
60 8.7 86 St 1 660 melk
2
St 1
30 8.8 148 Stl 570 melts
5
St 1
30 8.1 90 St 1 670 rnelts
3
St 1
30 82 96 St 1 520 rneits
5
St 1
n.i. 780 rnelts
3
30 St 1
n I. 760 rnelts
3
30 St 1
4.9 12 St 1 560 rnelts
3
30 (st 2)
copolyrnerised with vlnyI

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


5
St 1
60 87 116 Sti 500 340
3
St 1
30 8.5 100 St 1 5 10 rnelts
5
St 1
30 8.3 100 St 1 510 rneits
5
St 1
30 8.4 138 St 1 500 365
3
St 1
30 8.3 111 Stl 540 rnelts
5
St 1
15 83 95 St1 610 rnelts
5
st 1
30 8.0 125 St 1 560 rnelts
5
st 1
30 88 117 Sfl 530 rnelts
5
1st 2 )
60 8.9 128 St 1 460 melts
5
1st 21
60 85 152 St1 400 rnelts
3
St 1
Yes 10/100
60 85 103 St1 450 rnelts
5
St 1
60 8.3 135 St 1 490 melts
3
St 1
Polylvinyl alcohol] 2857 1 75
Polyjvinyl alcohol) 2858 230
Poly[vinyl alcohol], 0435 76 66 51 43 30
iow electrolyte content 100
1 00
Poly[vinyl alcohol), 0436 57 29 9 56
partially saponified 100
1 00
Poly(vinylalcohol), 0442 82 33 23 210
partially saponified 100
100
Polyjvinyl alcohol], 0439 60 38 24 100
fully saponified 1 00
100
Polyjvinyl butyral], 0443 93 55 11 65
high polymer 100
100
Polyjvinyl butyral) 4439 81 1 350
100
1 00
Poly(vinylbuwral], 0444 53 32 15 450
low polymer 100
100
Poly[vinyl chlonde] 2983 <10
Poly[vinyl chloride) 0445 100 ~ 1 0
Polyjvinyl chloride] 0446 100 <10
Polyjv~nylchlonde] 2703 <10
Poly[v~nylchlor~de) 401 9 <10
Polyjv~nylchloride] 1962 100 92 75 11
Polyjvinyl chloride) 2734 11
Polyjvinyl chloride) 1960 100 89 71 12
Poly(vinylchloride] 1961 100 87 70 12
Poiy(vinylchlonde), 1891 100 97 86 13
dust deposits 100
Polyjvinyl chloride] 298 1 14
Poly[vinyl chloride) 2982 14
Poly[vinyl chloride) 401 8 16
Poly[vinyl chloride) 2733 17
Poly[vinyl chloride] 2780 17
Polylv~nylchloride] 4040 <20
Poly(vinylchloride] 0447 84 50 20
1 00
100

212 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Plastics, resins, rubber

Poly(vinylchloride], 1313 99 98 96 90 68 22
dust deposits 100 90 56 18
Poly(vinylchloride] 1316 100 93 39 22
Poly(viny1chloride) 2827 22
Poly(vinylchloride) 2847 22
Poly(vinyl chloride) 2851 24
Poly(vinylchloride) 2781 25
Poly(vinylchloride] 2985 25
Poly(vinylchloride) 2755 27
Poly(vinylchloride) 2849 27
Poly(vinyl chloride) 2736 30
PoIy(viny1chloride] 2742 30
Poly(vinyl chloride] 2850 30
Poly(vinylchloride) 2852 32
Poly(viny1chloride] 4028 33
Poly(viny1chloride] 4038 33
Poly(vinyl chloride] 4044 35
Poly(vinylchloride) 2778 36
Poly(vinyl chloride] 2741 38
Poly(vinylchloride) 2765 38
Poly(vinylchloride] 2732 44
Poly(vinylchloride) 2266 81 28 12 46
Poly(vinylchloride) 2731 51
Poly(vinylchloride] 2783 55
Poly(vinyl chloride] 2730 56
Poly(viny1chloride] 2753 57
Poly(vinylchloride) 2735 62
PoIy(viny1chloride) 0448 53 69
100
100
Poly(vinylchloride) 2782 75
Poly(vinylchloride) 2784 83
Poly(viny1chloride) 2693 87
Poly(vinylchloride) 2692 88
Poly(vinylchloride] 2674 97
Poly(vinylchloride] 0451 41 35 198
Poly(vinylchloride) 1963 100 98 69 29 11 100
100
Poly(viny1chloride) 4047 100
Poly(vinylchloride], 5185 72 68 61 27 12 100 0.7
ground 100 07
100 07

214 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


100
Poly(vinylchloride) 2675 107
Polyjvinyl chloride) 2689 110
Poly(vinylchlorrde) 2690 110
Poly(vinyl chloride) 2729 110
Polyjvinyl chlonde) 2688 112
Poly(vinylchlorrde) 2620 115
Poly(vinyl chloride) 269 1 115
Polyjvinyl chloride) 2754 120
Poly(viny1chloride) 4048 1 20
Poiy(viny1chloride) 2929 121
Poly[vinyl chloride) 2928 128
Polyjvrnyl chlonde) 2267 46 15 135
Poly(vinyl chlonde) 4049 135
Polyjvinyl chlorrde), 1889 93 80 42 8 2 1 40
rnilling dust 1 00
100
Poly[vinyl chlor~de) 2638 1 40
Polyjvinyl chloride) 4043 145
Polyjvinyl chloride) 4020 1 70
Polyjvinyl chlonde) 2984 180
Poly(viny1chloride) 4045 180
Polyjvinyl chloride) 2268 72 40 25 190
Polyjvinyl chloride), 3135 83 63 28 3 1 200 02
cutter mill deposits 100 02
100 02
Poly(vinyl chloride) 2752 200
Poly(viny1chloride) 2269 90 17 8 230
Poly(vinyl chloride) 2779 230
Polyjvinyl chloride) 2697 290
Poly(vrny1chloride) 4046 300
Poly(vinylchloride), 5495 81 74 40 7 2 175 14
2nd chorce 100 03
Polyjvinyl chloride) rnixture 0472 100 65 23 4 105
100
100
Polyjvinyl chloride) mixture 0473 60 6 115
100
100
Poly(vinylchlor~de)rnrxture 1867 99 96 44 15 8 130
100

216 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


astics, resins, rubber

55 % vinyl chloride poly-

additives of which 12 parts

218 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Plastics, resins, rubber

220 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Poly(vinylchlorlde), ernulsion 0462 89 33 23 2 10
copolymer with vinylacetate 100
1 00
Poly(vinylchlorlde), groft 228 1 95 33 17 2 195
100
Poly(vinylchloride), mass 0463 60 29 19 54
100
100
Poly(vinylchloride), rnlcro- 1 3 19 100 82 42 22
suspenslon
Poly/vinyl chlorlde), micro- 1938 100 26 8 36
suspension
Poly[v~n~l chlorlde), soft, 5 196 98 80 39 15 5 160 03
grlnding dust 100 03
1 00 03
Poly(vinylchloride], soft, 5 195 89 46 18 9 6 280 02
grindlng dust 100 02
100 02
Poly(vinylchloride), special 0449 92 47 16 73
copolyrner 100
1 00
Poly(v~nylchlonde), 1570 100 60 19 30
suspension
Poly(vinylchloride], 0465 64 9 60
suspension 1 00
100
Poly(vinylchloride), 1320 <90
suspenslon
Poly(v1n~1chlonde), 0468 93 20 95
suspension 1 00
1 00
Poly(viny1chloride), 5079 100 68 5 115 02
suspension 100 02
Poly(vinylchloride), 1321 100 60 1 1 20
suspenslon 100 2 97
Poly(vinylchloride), 5076 100 98 51 5 1 124 01
suspension 100 01
100 01
Poly(viny1chlonde), 5077 100 46 1 130 01
suspension 1 00 01
Poly(viny1chlonde), 047 1 30 137
suspenslon

222 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Plastics, resins, rubber

suspension 100
Poly(vinylchloride), 0466 62 57 I1 65
suspension, copolyrner 100
with vinylacelote 1 00
Poly(vinyl chloride], 0467 99 69 40 87
suspension, copolyrner 1 00
with vinyiacetote 100
Poly(vinyl chloride], 0464 58 22 12 60
Suspension, graft polyrnerl- 100
sate on ethylenevinylacetate 100
copolymer
Poly(vinylchlonde], 0469 66 23 1 05
Suspension, graft polyrneri- 100
sote on ethylenevinylacetate 100
copolyrner
Poly(viny1chlonde), 0470 74 6 105
suspension, polyrnerisate 100
with vinylacetate 100
Poly(viny1chloride], 1322 100 99 39 2 2 1 60
suspension/softener (6040) 100 7 2 1 00
Poly(vinylchloride), terpolym 2282 100 81 74 <10
(93%), 5% vinylacetate,
2% acrylic acid
Poly(viny1chloride)/ocrylate 2824 50
(5050)
Poly(vinylchloride)/copolyrn 0454 59 43 16 137
(821 8) 100
100
Poly(viny1formal) foarn 0939 94 47 11 2 280
1 00
100
Powder paint, therrnosetting, 5484 100 97 93 76 12 0.5
based on acrylic resin 100 05
Powder paint, therrnosetting, 5550 1 00 98 83 13 05
based on acrylic resin 100 98 83 13 05
Powder paint, therrnosetting 5486 100 99 87 14 07
based on acrylic resin
Powder paint, thermosetting, 5483 100 99 74 20 0.5
bosed on acrylic resin
Powder point, therrnosetting, 5547 100 96 69 21 04
based on acrylic resin 100 96 69 21 04

224 NOTE: Take notice of ihe lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Plastics, resins, rubb

based on acrylic resin 100 79 43 22 04


100 79 43 22 04
Powder paint, iherrnosetting, 5548 100 87 56 29 04
based on ocrylic resin 100 70 35 25 04
100 70 35 25 04
Powder paint, therrnosetting, 5487 100 99 80 43 37 03
based on epoxy/polyester 1 00 03
Powder paint, therrnose~ing, 5551 100 99 78 42 38 05
based on ep~xy/~olyesier 100 67 35 25 05
Powder paint 2760
(86% alurniniurn)
Powder paint 2761 24
(86% oluminiurn)
Powder paint, 0488 100 70 29
based on epoxy resin/ 100
basic hardener (approx
100% organic]
Powder paint, 0489 99 45 19 34
based on epoxy resin/ 1 00
basic hardener [approx
50% organic)
Powder paint, 0490 100 64 21 27
based on epoxy resin/ 100
acidic polyester resin
(approx 60% organic)
Powder paint, 0491 100 66 22 29
based on polyurethane 1 00
(approx 50 % organic]
Powder paint, 2283 85 50 22 32
based on polyurethane resin
(approx 5% oluminiurn)

Resin, 5399 100 98 90 10 08


powder, dry
Resin, 5397 100 99 97 59 19 07
powder, dly
Resin, 5420 100 91 36 21 03
powder, dry
Resin, 5396 100 98 90 68 22 07
powder, dry 100 07
Resin, 1299 100 96 79 55 29
powder 100-7-
0 45 22

226 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliv!


Plastics, resins, rubber

Resin 4357 <63


Resin, 5398 100 97 71 20 08
powder, dry + FeC13
Resin, acrylic 0296 95 39 16 37
Resin, ocrylic 4007 40
Resin, acrylic 4006 49
Resin, acrylic 4008 60
60
Resin, acrylic 4016 80
Resin, acrylic 0901 100 23 2 160
1 00
Resin, alkyd rnelamine 4401 100
1 00
Resin, alkyd rnelamine 4402 100
100
Resin, olkyl sulphonic ocid 1292 100 98 86 53 31 58
formaldehyde condensation 100 73 35 25
Resin, alkyl sulphonic ocid 1 894 100 97 70 31 5 89
formaldehyde condensation 100
Resin, alkyl sulphonic acid 1 293 100 97 71 28 13 98
iormaldehyde condensation 100 40 7 36
Resin, bolsam, 5422 1 00 97 82 13 1.1
Honduras 100 97 82 13 1.1
Resin, bisphenol polyester, 0297 44 11 135
high molecular
Res~n,corbon fibre epoxy 0910 100 97 84 13
1 00
Resin, cumarone 0298 28 135
1 00
100
Resin, cumarone 4023 165
165
Resin, epoxy 3491 99 99 99 98 93 <10 0.6
1 00 06
100 06
Resin, epoxy 1623 100 98 85 13
Resin, epoxy 0300 96 70 21
Resin, epoxy 0301 90 70 21
Resin, epoxy, 0902 100 98 90 77 58 25
saw dust 1 00
Resin, epoxy 0303 92 60 26
Resin, epoxy 0304 95 60 36 26
1 00
228 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
w~thoc~dhordener

230 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


15 (St 2)
rnelts
60 6.9 119 St 1 530 500
7.8 220 St2
87 215 SI2
8.6 143 Si1
88 177 St1
30 8.6 162 St1 520 rne/ts
8.4 190 Si1 550 melts
rnelts
45 Yes 525
5
30 1st 21
212)
15 St 1
3
6.2 43 St 1 3

1 00 ~t 1 213)
9.7 232 St 2

7.8 155 Stl

2
750 5.2 119 St1 > 1 0000 n i 1.1.600

5
30 7.8 144 St 1
2121
30 (SI 21
212)
15 (sf 2)
89 208 St 2 570 melts
30 88 160 St1 530 melk

2121
30 1st 2)

2121
15 (st2)
Yes 4/7
6/13 n ind.
Yes <2
<2 n.ind.
15
Resin, hydrocarbon rnodified 40 1 3 18
18
Resin, ion exchange 2766 32
Resin, maleinate 2657 23 09
23 0.9
Resin, rnelarnine 091 1 1 00
1 00
Resin, rnelarnine 0310 99 84 55 18
100
Resin, rnelarnine 031 1 90 43 17 36
Resin, rnelornine 0312 64 27 17 56
100
1 00
Resin, melornine 0313 66 24 13 57
100
1 00
Resin, melarnine 5445 54 35 22 15 8 450 29
100 18
1 00 18
Resrn, nelamine, raw 2229 82 58 29 27 57
Resin, rnelarnine, rnodified 0314 90 64 22 56
1 00
Resin, rnelarnine, modified 0315 60 23 13 62
1 00
100
Resin, rnelamine 091 2 1 00 96 61 28
forrnaldehyde, modified 100
with sulphonic acid
Resin, 402 1 165
165
Resin, phenolic 0316 1 00 99 94 c10
Resin, phenolic 0317 98 93 80 11
Resin, phenolic 1295 1 00 97 86 12
(core material] 1 00 97 86 12
Resin, phenolic 0318 93 68 16
Resin, phenolic 2230 97 77 58 16
Resin, phenolic 5127 100 78 48 22 02
Resin, phenolic 2655 23 19
23 19
Resin, phenolic 1296 98 88 63 42 27 80 12
98 88 63 42 27 80 12
Resin, phenolic 0913 100 84 46 22 13 150
100
1 00
232 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!
Resin, phenolic, rnodified 0321 95 84 10
with natural resin
Resin, phenolic, rnodified 0320 82 49 32 33
100
100
Resin, phenolic, 0319 1 00 97 <10
with additives
Resin, phenolic, 1297 93 73 45 32 13 130 12
with diazonaphihol 100 12
sulphonic acid 100 12
Resin, phenol-formaldehyde, 0914 100 98 81 50 30 63
hardened 1 00
Resin, phenol-formaldehyde 09 15 100 97 86 12
resorcinol, gelled
Resin, polyamide 223 1 95 84 64 15
Resin, polyester 0322 36 18 162
100
100
Resin, polyester 2232 66 30 280
Resin, polyester 0323 15 290
Resin, p~lymethacr~late 0916 56 33 15 6 2 420
100
1 00
Resin, root 0918 90 63 43 26 14 1 60
1 00
100
Resin, s~licone 2934 11
11
Resin, silicone 2935 28
28
Resin, silicone 2966 28
28
Resin, silicone 2233 91 59 39 20 13 100
Resin, silicone 0917 80 30 120
1 00
100
Resin, silicone 261 7 130
Resin, silicone 261 8 1 60
Resin, synthetic 2234 100 <10
Resin, synthetic 1 294 26
26

234 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


3
30 St 1
15 9.5 172 St 1 450 melts 215)

30 8.9 140 Stl 650 rnelts


2
1st 21
30 8.4 142 Stl

5 10 2
30 1st 21 <10 500
4
30 St 1
100 St 1 4

30 8.9 105 Stl 450 rnelts


30 8.4 76 St 1 550 rnelts
2131
St 1
7.5 50 St 1 500 rnelts
30 8.6 83 Si 1

2(21
15 8.0 199 St 1

2(51
15 1st 21
Yes <1
<1 n.ind
Y= 2/6
10/30 n.ind.
Y= 2/6
10/100 n.ind.
60 7.2 80 St 1 480 rnelts

2(21
15 1st 2)
Yes 10/100
Yes 10/30
60 9.6 145 St 1 530 melts 5
Yes 10/100
1 OO/ 1000 n ind.
Resin, synthetrc, 1723 86 72 63 56 31 60
mixture 100
100
Resin, synthetic, 1722 85 66 44 30 22 150
mixture 100
100
Resin, synthetic, 2235 99 95 82 <10
based on melomine
ond rsocyonate
Resin, synthetic/cellulose (31 ) 0326 96 77 12
Resin, synthetic/soot 2236 100 <10
Resin, synthetic/soot 0327 100 99 110
Resin, synthetic/soot 2237 98 15
Resin, terpene 4022 140
140
Resin, terpenephenolic 0324 97 85 10
Resin, terpenephenolic 0325 88 40 36 200
Rubber 0290 92 50 11 32
Rubber 0291 93 45 33
Rubber 0292 92 45 34
Rubber 0293 93 45 34
Rubber 2614 38
Rubber, 1858 97 88 63 58 22 61
grinding dust 100
1 00
Rubber, 0897 100 96 53 20 61
grinding dust 1 00
Rubber 3258 97 85 70 52 37 65 03
Rubber, 2221 78 43 12 80
grinding dust
Rubber, 1582 100 97 70 28 3 90
gr~ndingdust 1 00
Rubber, 2222 64 34 6 91
grinding dust
Rubber, 2223 97 71 30 95
grinding dust
Rubber, 5369 98 89 68 25 5 95 1.1
gr~ndrngdust 100 1.1
100 1 1
Rubber, 5363 99 91 56 10 3 115 0.9
grinding dust 100 09
100 09

236 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Rubber 5368 95 85 46 10 2 130 1 1
100 1 1
1 00 11
Rubber 2220 100 45 15 4 140
100
Rubber, 1581 93 75 45 15 2 1 40
grinding dust 1 00
100
Rubber 5366 97 82 39 10 2 150 12
1 CO 12
100 12
Rubber 5367 95 78 37 9 3 150 1 1
100 1 1
100 1 '
Rubber, 0898 100 84 40 15 3 150
grinding dust 100
100
Rubber, 5370 94 70 27 6 1 190 05
grinding dust 100 05
100 05
Rubber 2995 215
Rubber, 5362 95 68 11 1 220 13
grinding dust 100 13
100 13
Rubber, 5371 97 65 12 3 230 03
grinding dust 1 00 03
1 00 03
Rubber 5364 67 45 17 7 2 300 13
100 13
100 13
Rubber, 5350 79 39 12 4 3 320 23
ground (<O9 rnrn), 1 00 08
frorn lyre recycling 100 08
Rubber, 5361 61 41 23 5 4 360 13
grinding dust 1 00 13
1 00 13
Rubber 0294 47 13 600
Rubber, hard 0899 100
1 00
Rubber, hard, 1290 98 97 96 87 65 24
grinding and rn~llingdusf 100 76 49 21
100 76 49 21

238 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


2
100 st 1
3
30 St 1
30 8.6 92 St 1 470 n.g.u 450
5

3
15 St 1

3
30 St 1

4
15 St 1

3
15 St 1

5
1 00 St 1
Yes 300/3000

5
30 St 1

5
30 St 1

4
30 St 1

5
30 St 1

4
30 St 1
1.1 2 St 1 570 melts
2
1 00 St 1
410 3(5)
15 85 163 SI1 <10 300
< l 0 n lnd. -
grinding dust 100
Rubber [natural latex), 5404 92 60 25 1 195 07
grinding dust 1 00 0.7
1 00 07
Rubber (noturol latex), 0900 12 6 2 2100
sponge, grinding dust 100
100
Rubber, Indio, 2238 58 40 20 95
powder
Rubber, India, 2239 40 18 155
powder
Rubber, synthetic 0328 66 46 18 9 80
1 00
100
Rubber, synthetic, 0329 63 26 104
sootcontain~ng 1 00
1 00
Rubber, synthetic, 0330 54 37 109
rno1st 100
100
Rubber, synthetic, 0331 99 49 21 127
soot 100
100
Rubber, synthetic 0332 46 630
100
100
Rubber, synthetic 0333 35 7 725
1 00
100
Rubber, synthetic/soot 0335 64 19 410
Rubber, synthetic/soot 0336 530
Rubber, nitrile (synthetic) 0334 19 1000
1 00
1 00
Rubber, 1746 88 48 4 1 280 07
cutting of rnouldings
Rubber, 1747 93 65 30 12 6 190
cutting of mouldings 1 00
with Al ~nsert 1 00
Rubber, 1748 92 65 17 5 3 230
cutting of mouldings 100
with steel insert 1 00

240 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


30 8.2 157 St 1

5
30 St 1

5
Yes
30 9.5 192 St 1 11 450 230

60 90 153 St1 460 230

15 8.6 145 Stl 450 240


5
1st 21
30 8.7 111 St1 460 220
5
St 1
60 7.9 68 St 1 480 250
5
St 1
30 88 118 St1 470 220
5
st 1
6.6 19 St 1 570 41 5
5
st 1
n.1 580 370
2
St 1
250 8.4 70 St 1 (440) n.g.u.360
500 77 51 Stl 14801 n.g.u.360
n.1. 620 555
5
St 1
15 St 1 2

3
15 St 1

3
15 St 1
Styrene acryionitrile 5458 45 25 11 7 3 590 07
copoiyrnerisate 100 0.7
100 0.7
Siyrene rnethacrylic acid 2603 29
29

Triacetate 2284 85 15 290

V~nylchloride 2768 1 60
Vinyl chloride/rnaleic acid 2285 62 47 35 22 150
anhydride, polyrnerisate

Wax 0496 52 25 1 22
Wax, arnide 0942 100 99 95 3
Wax [bisstearoyl/ 5082 93 45 9 3 280 0.4
palrnitoyl ethylene diamine] 100 0.4
1 00 0.4
Wax, carnauba 5288 100 98 74 22 0.5
100 05
Wax, carnauba 5287 100 99 93 79 51 31 0.5
100 0.5
Wax 094 1 100 95 10
(NN'ethylenebissteoramide)
Wax, hard 1328 75
75
Wax, parahn/ 55i 1 100 85 31 11 80 0.1
wax, hydrocarbon 100 39 16 34 0.1
(GS synthesis hard wax) 100 39 16 34 0.1
Wax, polypropylene 0943 100

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits oF applicabiliiy!


2 151
15 7.6 144 Stl

5
30 81 126 Stl
Yes <2
1 /3 n.ind.

5.0 14 Si 1 > 1 000 470 n g.u.450

Yes 100/300
30 99 207 St2 550 n g.u 450

15 8.3 96 Si1
15 (st21 2 121

2131
15 Si 1
7.12)
<30 8.4 155 St1
2121
<30 84 169 St 1
<15 87 269 St2 2 (21

Yes 10/100
100/1000 n.1nd.
2131
<30 85 141 St1 1 /3 360
1 /3 n ~nd.
~ 1 5 8.6 208 St2 2 (21
Acetaminothyrnol 0497 1 00
1 00
Acetyl cycteine 3216 100 96 84 11 <01
100 <o 1
Acetylsolicylic acid 0944 100
1 00
Acetylsalicylic acid 0498 100
1 00
Acetylsal~cylicacid 1329100 79 17 5 2 210
100
100 30 14 39
100 30 14 39
Acetylsalicylic acid 1330 90 8 1 400 01
100 01
Acetylsal~cyl~c
acid 1895 50 4 1 500 03
Aceiylsol~c~l~c
acid (95%) 5283 99 91 69 64 46 40 19
100 19
100 19
Allantoin 0500 99 83 14
Allantoin (5-ure~dohydantoin] 0947 100
100
Allopur~nol 0501 100
1 00
Allopurinol/lactose/additives 0948 100 95 9
(6629 5)
Almond Hour 0525 100
1 00
Aloin amorph 0502 98 81 13
Aminophenazone 2286 100 98 <10
Am~notr~azole 1331 22
22
Amifriptylineoxided~h~drate 0949 100
100
Arnmivisnaga umbellae, 0950 97 57 27 14 5 200
ground 100
1 00
Ascorbic acid 0504 92 38 15 39
100
Ascorbic acid 3193 98 83 53 24 6 120 <O 1
100 <o 1
1 00 <o 1
Ascorb~cacid, L[+)- 0503 93 75 61 14
1 00

244 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


2151
15 (st 21
Si 1 2
St 1
rnelts 2(5)
15 7.9 217 St2 550
1131
15 (st 2)

rnelts 2(5]
60 9.5 258 St 2 <10 5 10
<I0 n.ind.
60 78 157 Stl > 10000 480
2151
60 7.9 147 St 1 215)

3141
125 84 167 St1
n i 890 melts
212)
St 1
5
30 2)
30 88 159 Si1 2

2
St 1
30 9.3 145 Si 1 520 rnelts 2/21
10.3 238 St2 9 330 n.g.u.450
Yes <10
<10 n ~nd.
2151
Yes

4
200 St 1
60 90 111 St1 460 rnelts 2(2)
(St 2)
St 1 2
2
1st 2)
60 6.6 48 St 1 490 rnelts 2(2)
(SI 2)
acid and salicylated hurnic 100
acids
60th powder witb sal~cylic 1335 99 81 59 35 51
acid and salicylated hurnic 1 00
acids
Birch leaves, 0954 100 95 62 42 42
dried and ground 1 00
Butcher's broorn extract 0975 100 99 91 7
(Ruscus extract)/dextrin/ 100
silicondioxide (5443 31,
Spray dried and ground

Coffeine 0958 100


100
Calcium L(+) ascorbate 0505 9 150
100
T 00
Carnornile powder, 0972 100
dried blossoms 100
Carbarnazepine 279 1 15
15
Chlorarnphenicol palmitate 0508 100
100
Chlorophenoxarnine 0509 100
hydrochloride 100
Cinchonabork 2287 87 37 27 18 180
100
Citric acid/l)-rnonnite/ 1345 95 57 27 16 10 5 220 09
wheat bran/Karion/ 100
plurn puree 100
Clanobutine, 4-[4Chlor-N-(4- 1548 99 96 84 48 31 65
rnetho~~phenyl) benzarn~do] 1 00
buvric acid
Clemizol prnicillin G 0510 100
100
Clernizol penicillin/ 051 1 100
streptornycin sulphate/ 100
strepiornycin pantothenate
Clernizolhexochlorophenate 0956 1 00
100
Codein resinate 0957 100
100

246 NOTE: Take notice of the Iimits of applicability!


armaceuticals

Controceptive 2873 <10


<10
Controceptive 2900 12 11
Contracephve 2899 15 11
Controceptive 2901 16 11
Contraceptive 2878 70
70
Convallar~ornalolis 1636 98 72 24 10 7 210
(Lily of the valley), ground 1 00
leaves and shoots 1 00
Convallaria rnalalis 0974 93 54 19 6 2 245
(Lily of the valley), ground 100
100
Curcurna roots, 0959 61 51 37 22 4 250
gro~nd 1 00
100
Cyproterone acetak 28 12 <10
<10
Cyproterone acetate 2896 <10 86
corn starch
Cyproterone acetate 2895 <10 93
corn starch
Cyproterone acetate 2832 23
Lactose 23
Cysteine hydrate 2288 1 00 98 94 <10
Cysteine hydrote 2289 52 1 500
100

d-norpseudoephedrine 0528 100


HCl/alurniniurn oxide 100
112 1)
d I-ephedrlnehydrochloride 0517 99 88 76 10
1 00
Dandelion powder, 0973 100
drled roots 100
Devil's claw, 0988 76 61 34 20 12 200
siorage root 100
100
Dextrornethorphane resinate 0960 100
100

NOTE: Take noiice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


4
30 St 1
Ye5 <1
<1 n.ind.
Yes 30/300
Ye5 30/300
Yes 100/300
Yes <1
<I n.ind.

4
100 St 1

4
15 St 1
4
30 St 1
Ye= 1 /3
2/5 n ind.
Yes 10/30

Yes 30/300

ye5 2/5
2/5 n.ind.
125 74 40 Sti >I000 420 rnelts
n I. n.i.u 850 rnelts
l(2)

3131
30 1st 21

8.7 129 St 1 390 rneits 2(5)


30 1st 2)
4
15 St 1

4
1 00 St 1
2
30 St 1
Digitalis leaves [foxglove) 05 1 2 59 42 46
Digitalis leoves (foxglove) 051 3 32 750
Dirnethylaminophenozone 05 14 100 <10
Disulphonarnide 0515 100
100
Doxylarninesuccinate 0516 100
100

Enzyme preparation 3404 1 00 98 54 29 9.8


[carrier potato starch)
Escin, 0945 100 96 57 30
extracted frorn horse 100
chestnuts, sproy dried
Escin acid, 0946 100 96 91 80 55 28
extracted frorn horse 100
chestnuts, spray dr~ed
Estrodiole hemihydrate 2968 <10
<10
Esiradiole valerianate 2874 <10
<10
Ethinyl estradiole 2872 <10
<10
2-etho~~benzamide 095 1 100
100

Fluocortolon capronate 0963 100


100
Frankish drug 0518 67 38 30 280
100
100
Fungicide, 0964 100
1-(n-butylcarbarnoyl)- 100
2-(methoxycorbonyliimrno)-
benz~midazole
Fungicide 0965 100 99 93 5
(26 % Mancozeb,
33 % captan, ineri subst )
Fungicide, 2292 98 97 93 <10
Maneb/fentinacetate (34 1)
Fungicide, 1337 100 98 94 <10
mordant
(50 % Tolclofos methyl)

250 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliv!


2
15 St 1 > 1 0000 n i u.600
250 8.5 73 St 1
n.i.
10.0 337 St 3
2121
30 St 1
2151
30 1st 21
St 1

3151
30 1st 21
5
15 1st 21
Yes 1/3
1 L3 n.ind.
Yes 1 /2
<1 n.ind.
Yes 1 /2
1 /2 n ind.
rneits 2(5]
<15 8.6 214 St2 490

1121
15 1st 21
500 8.2 126 St 1 5 10 300
4
St 1
5151
30 (St 21

200 St 1 5

YeS >I000 380 200

250 7.2 102 St 1 lOOO/lOOOO 410 2


Pharmaceuticals

Hawthorn blossorn, 0997 100 93 65 44 40


dried, ground 100
Hawthorn fru~ts, 0998 100 94 68 35 46
dried, ground 100
Hawihorn leaves, 0996 100 87 60 38 49
dned, ground 1 00
Hawthorn extroct 5519 59 27 21 18 12 450 13
100 13
100 98 93 75 10 13
Hawthorn extract/dextrin/ 0989 100 89 9
sil~cond~oxide (35.6051,
Spray dried, ground
Herbat stornach tablets 1 794 100 93 68 38 44
(85% herbs, 15 % lactose], 1 00
frorn herb rnill
Herbicide 4359 10

252 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Yes 1 00/ 1 0000 n ind. 450
4
30 St 1
3
125 85 107 St1
Yes 30', 100 400
3
1 00 St 1
2
60 92 206 St 2 1 /3 420
3/10 n.~nd.
2
60 9.2 215 St2 <10 420
<10 n.lnd.
30 1st 21 360 2151

4
30 St 1

4
200 St 1
4
100 St 1
4
200 Si 1

3
125 8.9 170 St1 100/300 440
<60 8.2 135 St 1 2

3
30 St 1

yes 12
Herbicide 2295 73 48 18 33
Herbicide 2296 57 38 58
Herbicide 052 1 55 19 65
Hexarnethylenetetrarnine 0967 1 00
rnandelote 1 00
Horse chestnut exkact 0984 100 90 59 27
1 00
Horse-chestnut exfract 0985 100 87 57 47 44
16 7 %, spray dried 100
Horsetail herb, ground, 1640 99 95 87 53 40 45
rootstock shoots ond leaves 100

lbuprofen 5019 100 97 <10


lron fumarate 0962 100
100
Isosorbide dinitrate 20 %/ 0968 100
lactose/stearic acid/ 100
Dlltiazern HCl/organic
additives (40 22 20 12 6)
lsosorb~dedinitrate 25 %/ 0969 1 00
lactose/stearic acid/ orga- 100
nic additives (64 10 20 6)
Isosorbide dinitrate/lactose 0522 93 64 30 19 54
(5050)
Isosorbitol-5-mononiirote/ 0970 100 98 87 57 26 54
lactose (80201 100

Juniper berry oll, 0995 100 90 28 6 89


spray dried 1 00

L-arginine 5579 99 75 36 11 1 160 03


1 00 03
100 03
L-cystine 2290 100 95 69 15
lactose-1-hydrate 5577 100 56 8 3 115 02
100 0.2
Lactose/wheat bran/ 1344 96 60 15 5 3 2 240 25
dry glucose/plum puree 1 00
(toblet granulate) 1 00
Laxative granuiate 1343 99 92 56 14 5 1 120 37
(saccharine sodiurn/sodium
cy~larnate/~eIotine/
polysorbate/plantago OV)

254 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability! 1


256 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
Melissa powder, 0976 1 00
dried leaves 100
Mesterolon 2877 <10
<10
Metheneamineh~ppurate 0977 92 85 63 46 19 75
100
1 00
Methionine 2297 100 99 95 <10
Meth~onine 2298 1 00 98 87 c10
Methocarbamol granules, 5572 33 13 10 7 4 1400 0.8
ortoton lactose-1-hydrate 1 00 08
100 08
M~stletoe, 0978 100 91 71 28 49
dried and ground 1 00
Mistletoe 1642 20 8 4 4 2 900
(Viscum alburn), 100
shoots and leaves 1 00

Pl~ety1N.NN-trirnethyl- 0506 1 00 90 25 8 44
ammoniurn bromide 1 00
Nzetylpyridinium chloride 0507 58 22 11 62
rnonohydrate 100
100
Nifed~pine 1346 100 98 84 60 27
100 69 40 24
100 69 40 24
Norethisterone 2876 <I0
110
Norethisterone acetate 2875 c10
<10
Norpseudoephedrineresinate 0979 100
100
Nutmeg flowers, 501 1 93 71 22 3 190
ground 100
100

Oak bark, 0961 52 30 15 8 4 490


ground 100
100

25 8 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


30 1st 21 <10 410
i l O n ind.
4
15 St 1
Ye5 1 /3
<2 n.ind.

Si51
15 1st 21
30 9.4 143 St1 12 >9 390 rnelts 5
30 8.7 128 SI1 12 >30 390 rnelts 5

215)
30 1st 2)
4
200 St 1

4
100 St 1

30 8.5 117 SI1 290 - 320 5


15 1st 21
15 82 138 St1 290 3 15
5
Pt 21
2151
30 10.0 283 St 2 <10 350
< I 0 n.~nd.
Ye5 1 /3
<1 n ind
Y'=S 1/ 2
1 /3 n.ind.
2
30 St 1

3
30 Si 1

4
30 St 1
100
Popaverinium chloride 0530 30 14 120
Paracetamol 0980 100
100
Poracetomol 1607 100 68 22 10 105
(87%], gran i 00
Parsley root 1985 100 98 85 64 51 30
lpowder) 100
Pentosan 5520 100 96 90 80 71 12 27
(70% pentoses, 1 00 19
30% hexoses) 1 00 19
Pentoxifyllin 1347 100 98 95 87 75 17
100 83 62 14
100 83 62 14
Peppermint leoves 1857 100 93 50 31 21 125
100
100
Pesticide 0981 100
(80% diphenamide) 100
Pesticide 0539 1 00
[phosphorus chlorine] 100
Pesticide 2300 99 98 95 <10
Pesticide 1352 1 00 98 94 <I0 52
Pesticide 5010 100 54 3 1 1 20
1 00
Pharmaceuticol row material 1348 15
(20% sorbitol)
Phenylbutozone 0982 1 00
100
Phenylbutozone 0531 1 00
1 00
Phenylthiodiazolyl urea 0532 <10
Phenytoin 1349 100 98 87 28 9 80
100 96 41 29 36
100 96 41 29 36
Plant protection wetting agent 2301 97 70 46 22
Plontago ovota seeds 1950 100 88 66 33 17 90
(Indian flea seeds) 100
1 00
Plantago ovata seeds 1638 100 75 60 36 21 1 20
(Indian flea seeds) 100
100

260 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of appiicabiiity!


19 3 St 1 520 300
4
100 St 1
30 90 218 St2 470 rneits
rnelts 2151
<15 79 156 St1 n.i.u.550
3131
30 St 1
250 81 52 St 1 4
St 1

5
200 st 1
2131
60 9.4 197 91 <10 540
< I 0 n.ind.

4
200 Si 1
5
15 1st 2)
212)
St 1
60 86 151 St 1 410 320
60 9.4 164 SI 1 10/100 370 3
2
30 St 1
> 10000

515)
15 1st 2)
2(51
30 1st 21
30 90 119 St1 680 rnelts 5
2151
60 8.8 205 St2 <10 550
<10 n.ind.
>5 3 80 n.g.u.450

3
60 8.8 95 St 1

3
30 8.0 132 St 1
Plantago ovata seeds 1972 70 35 26 12 7 330
(Indian flea seeds) 100
100
Plantogo seed husks 1639 100 74 19 5 3 220
100
1 00
Polyol instont 5355 100 90 25 2 170 07
(922% sorbite, 49 % 1 00 0.7
xylite, 2 9 % mannrfol] 100 07
Powder, cosrnetic 0533 1 00
(60% talcurn, 10% zinc 100
steorote, 15 % kaolin)
Powder, cosmetic 0534 100
(65% talcum, 10% zinc i 00
slearate, 15 % kaol~n)
Powder, medical (hexachlo- 0535 100
rophene, colloldal sulphur) 1 00
3-pyridyl rnethanol IRR) 1350 100 97 63 23 8 100
hydrogen tartrate 100 53 15 30
100 53 15 30
Pyrithione zinc 5440 95 84 72 62 54 23 01
100 01
100 90 77 EIO oi
100 90 77 <10 01

Rot poison 1865 20 17 13 11 10 2800


100
100
Rauwolfio 0536 56 44 37 26 200
Rauwolfia 0537 57 26 20 400
100
100
Rosemary extroct 1351 92 73 69 58 52 30
100
100 91 78 <10
100 91 78 <10
Rosernary leaves, 0983 100 81 50 31 63
dried ond ground 100
Rosernary resrdue 5093 76 25 2 2 1 380 18
100 18
100 96 80 53 17 18
Rutin 0538 96 <10 70 -
262 NOTE: Take notice of the Iimits of applicabiliiy!
Lower Max. . Kst Explo- Limit. Minimum Ignition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Ternpera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture ity
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
750 7.7 60 St 1
3
st 1
1000 7.5 48 St 1
3
Si 1

3
30 St 1

'451
30 St 1
3
200 St 1

3
200 St 1

2
200 St 1
3151
1st 21 c10 380
10/100 n.ind.

5
60 9.6 249 St 2 <5 430
<5 n ind.

3
1 00 St 1
64 40 St1
n i. 520 310
4
100 St 1

5(51
30 9.2 249 St 2 <10 380
<10 n lnd
4
100 St 1

4
60 92 140 St1 100/ 1 000 450
60 8.2 111 Stl 530 rneits 2(2]
100
Senna extract 0992 100 67 25 10 87
1 00
Senna extract, 1629 100 69 32 9 89
spray dried, with preservativ 100
Senna frult 0987 100 97 73 47 36
(Fructus Sennae), ground 1 00
Senna fruit 1641 100 95 64 40 28 85
(Fructus Sennae), ground 100
Senna leoves 0986 100 91 61 38 48
(Folia Sennae), ground 100
Silibinlne 1931 100 96 79 11
Silibinine 1929 100 94 78 12
Silibinine 1930 100 94 70 31 47
1 00
Silyrnarine 1928 100 98 94 <10
Silyrnarine, 5279 100 97 83 53 30 04
finished product 1 00 0.4
Silyrnarine, 5280 100 97 85 56 29 55
interrnediate product, 100 55
residual ethanol
Silyrnarlne, 5281 100 97 85 56 29 18
interrnediate product, 1 00 18
without ethanol
Sllyrnarine, 0993 1 00
silybin/silychristin/sllyd~-
onln (approx 3 1 1 )
Slug killer 0540 100
(90% orgonic constituents, 100
6% inorganic constituents,
4% rnetaldehyde)
Soap base 2616
Sodiurn cetyl stearyl sulphate 2646 160
160
Sodium L[+) ascorbate 0527 97 67 45 23
100
Sodiurniopodate 2299 98 93 83 <10
Sodiurn pentoson polysulfate 5521 100 98 80 48 26 65 09
1 00 0.9

2 64 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of appli~abilit~!


2(21
30 1st 2)
2
200 St 1
3
St 1
4
200 St 1
4
St 1
4
200 St 1
100 St 1 4
60 8.8 154 St 1 2
5
60 9.4 194 St 1
30 97 252 St 2 2
3
30 1st 2)
5
30 (St 21

3
30 1st 21
30 1st 21 2

2
St 1

Yes 100/300
30/100 n ind.
Yes 9/30
30/300 n ~nd.
60 8.4 119 Si1 3 80 380 2
St 1
62 21 St1 730 n.g.u.450
2
200 Si 1
Sorbit01 3254 100 93 56 32 52 02
Sorbitol 2303 50 22 125
Sorbitol 5354 100 89 50 20 9 125 1 1
(97% sorbitol, 1 00 1 1
07% mannitol] 100 1 1
Sorbit01 5353 100 84 37 2 150 0.5
197 % sorbitol, 1 00 0.5
08 % rnannitol] 100 05
Sorbitol 5040 100 86 32 11 4 160
100
Sorbitoi 2304 90 12 6 320
Sorbitol/magnesium alurni- 2305 60 48 Al 40 38 200
nium hydroxide (3070) 1 00
Sorbose 2306 81 46 29 35
Sorbose 0542 82 19 195
100
100
Sorbose 2307 78 6 350 5
Spironolactone 0994 100
1 00
St John'swori 1911 100 97 86 67 49 34
(powder] 1 00
St John'swort 5273 100 92 65 43 21 85 19
(drug dust) 100 19
100 19
St John's wort extract 5442 100 98 82 52 27 60 13
SiJohn's wort extract 5441 99 94 77 47 25 65 08
Stinging nettle 0955 100
(powder], from dried leaves 100
Shnging nettle 5272 100 98 90 68 47 35 08
(drug dust] 1 00 08
Stingrng nettle root, 1855 92 81 65 36 20 98
dust deposits 100
100
Shnging neble root, 1856 35 22 9 6 3 800
cut 100
100
Sweetener tablet mixture 5237 99 95 80 43 35 78 17
140% saccharine) 100 17
100 62 22 29 17

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


1st 2)
30 8.9 113 St 1 420 rnelts
125 72 74 Stl >100
6.5 30 St 1 420 rnelis

2(3)
30 St 1

2i3i
100 st 1
2131
30 St 1
n.1. 420 rnelts
n.1. n i.u.850 n.g.u.450
1
60 94 117 Si1 430 rnelts
60 6.8 27 Si 1 490 rneits
2121
21
5.4 25 SI 1 530 rnelts
1I21
30 1st 2)
4
30 St 1

2
30 Si 1
60 8.7 166 St 1 10/100 430 3
60 8.1 100 Sr1 10/100 430 3
4
15 St 1
2
100 St 1

3
30 St 1

4
200 St 1

2
500 6.3 98 St 1 > 1 0000 n.i.u 600
pigments/dyes/auxiIiaries) 100 84 71 110
Tetramethylthiuramdisulphide 2308 100 98 <I0
Trirnipramine hydrochloride 1354 12
12
Tris(hydroxy methyl]amino- 5578 82 33 13 6 2 310 02
rnethane 100 02
100 02

Volerian powder 1910 99 96 83 65 46 37


100
Valerian root powder 1984 95 81 62 44 32 78
( 10 0 % natural] 100
100
Valerian roots, 0952 55 35 26 18 9 450
ground 100
100
Valerian roots, 0953 46 32 27 23 19 600
ground 100
100
Vitamin 0543 100
granulafe 100
Vitamin 3141 94 76 50 29 18 125 34
premix 100
100

Wormwood powder, 0999 100


dried leaves 100

Yarrow, 0991 93 63 33 19 13 160


ground 100
100

Zentromin granules 5571 88 31 2 1 1 360 26


(Kollidon 25/maizestarch/ 10 0 2 1
sugar/amino aceticocid/
magnesiurn citrate 15/
colclum citrate/potassiurn
citrate]

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ks Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Giowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- ignition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture i'Y
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by d "C "C "C BZ
vol.

5
60 9.1 146 St 1 <10 430
< I 0 n.ind.
30 9.4 174 St 1 270 rnelts
Yes <10
<10 n ind.

Si51
30 St 1

4
100 St 1
125 87 106 St1
4
St 1

2
100 St 1

4
30 St 1
2
30 1st 2)
St 1 2
2
ist 21
4
- 100 St 1

4
30 St 1

200 St 1 3
100
Acetoocetic acid anilide 0544 62 37 52
Acetoguanamine 2309 85 69 25 24
Acetoguanomine 5103 100 91 39 13 77 03
[2,4diamino 6-methyl- 1 00 03
1,3,5-triozine] 1 00 03
Acidose 1670 100 97 79 3 44
[Sodiurnsalciurn citrate 1 00
with glycerine)
Acrylarnide 0545 100
100
Acrylate 4403 100
100
Acrylic acid, cross-linked/ 1001 100 35 13 3 270
acrylate 100
100
Addit~veforbrakelinings 1783 100 99 98 94 <I0 10
(50% graphite,
48 % oxides,
2 % sulphur/salts)
Adipic acid 0546 98 92 86 <10
Adipic acid 1539 98 76 27 13 6 21 0
100
1 00
Alginate [enzyrne), 1677 100 57 26 10 110
irnrnobilised cells 100
Alginate [enzyrne), 1676 47 2 530
irnmobilised cells
Alginic acid 4462 1 00 98 29 25
100
Alginic acid 4452 99 29 28 33
[from sodium solt]
Alkylbenzenesulionate~ 4209 1 00
sodiurn salt, 80 % 100
Aluminium hydroxide hexitol 1005 100 56 31
codried gel
Aluminium hydroxide 1007 99 64 27 50
polyethylene glycol 100
codried gel
Alurninrum hydroxide Sugar 1008 1 00 92 42 35
codried gel 100

270 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of ~pplicabilit~!


Aluminium hydroxide/2-phe 1 854 100 96 93 88 80 <10 1.6
nylinide azoline (75:25)
Aluminium magnesium 1009 100 52 32
hydroxide carbonote sor-
bitol mannitol codried gel
Aluminium magnesium 1011 70 41 27 22 20 360
hydroxide sulphate, granul. 10 0
jwith mannitol/sorbitol) 100
Aluminium magnesium 1010 62 59 54 50 46 67
hydroxide sulphate, 100
granulated (wiih a hexitol) 100,
Aluminium magnesium 1006 100 99 95 45 30
hydroxide xylitol
codried gel
Aluminium octoate 101 2 100
10 0
Aluminium zirconium 1013 100 98 91 78 36 38
tetrachlorohydrate glycine
complex ( 1 5 % Al, 14 % Zr,
1 8 % CI, 12 % glycine)
Amide wax/zinc stearote 2894 28
28
Amine adduct, 1355 15
with epoxy resin 15
Amino acid mixture, 1015 100 83 57 36 53
ground 10 0
3-amino-2shloropyridine 1014 100 45 9 16 130
10 0
Aminoguanidine sulphate 0547 100 50 20 129
2umino-4-methoxy- 5163 98 93 81 68 51 30 0.3
6-methyl-s-iriazine 100 0.3
100 79 74 <10 0.3
11~rninoundecanoicacid 4 4 19 100 33 5 100
10 0
100
Ammonium salt< 5212 100 99 97 <10 10
polyacrylote wiih ethoxylate
Amylase concentrate, 1016 10 0 90 54 26
enzyme 100
Anhydrite/anhydrous 3334 98 76 42 16 6 150 0.0
dextrose

272 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


2 74 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of app/icabiliiy!
(2,2'-(2-rne~hylpropylidene)-
bis-(4,6di-rnethylphenol)
Antioxidant 1368 100 79 40 23
(2,2'-rnethylene-bis-(4-rnethyl- 100 79 40 23
6-tert-butyl-phenol))
Antioxidant 1366 100 91 68 15
12,2'methylene-bls-&(i,141- 100 91 68 15
rnethylethylj-4-methylphenol)
Antioxidant 1362 100 89 69 13
(2,5di-terturnylhydro- 100 89 69 13
chinone)
Antloxidont 1369 100 70 22 28
(3-[3',5'di-iert-butyl-4'- 100 70 22 28
hydroxlphenyl) propionic
acid octadecylester)
Antioxidant 1959 98 89 72 35 17 90
(3-(3,5di-tert-butyl-4-hy- 100
droxypheny1)-propionie 1 374 91 85 76 41 10 79 03
acid-rnethylester) 10 0 03
100 25 7 40 03
100 25 7 40 03

Antioxidant 1370 100 53 30 30


(4,4'-thio-bis-12-(1,l
dime- 100 53 30 30
thylethyl]-5-rne~hyl]-phenol)
Antloxidant 4240 100 32
lbased on (3,5di-tert -butyl
4-hydroxyphenyl]-prop~onie
acidester)
Antioxidant 1373 100 79 36 17 5 150 10
(based on 2,6 dl-tert-buiyl- 10 0
4-rnethylphenol) 100 33 20 40 10
100 33 20 40 10
1376 48 23 10 6 2 540

Anhoxidant 5225 100 94 c10 05


(benzene propanarnide,
N,N1-1,6-hexanediyl-bis-
[3,5-bis(l,ldirnethylethyl)-
4-hydroxy])
Antloxldont 1364 100 94 70 15
(butylated reaction product 100 94 70 15
of p-cresoland dicyclo-
penladiene)

276 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


<10 n lnd.

30 9.4 266 SI 2 <I0 360 2\51


<10 n.ind.

30 9.3 257 St 2 <10 350 2(5l


<I0 n.ind.

30 9.5 363 St 3 <10 420 2(51


<I0 wind.

60 84 142 SI1 <10 350 2/21


<10 n.~nd.

25)
30 96 293 St2

rnelts 2(5)
30 9.3 274 St 2 <10 370
110 n ind

30 91 289 St 2 <I0 370 2/51


<10 n lnd

8.3 199 St 1 15/30

15 80 185 St1 12 c10


2/51
Yes <10 390
<10 n.1nd.
15 8.3 185 Stl <10 390 2151

30 9.5 280 St 2 8/10 2(3)

30 9.4 278 St 2 <10 380 2(31


< I O n :nd.
-
[octadecyl-3-(3,5211-tert

(octadecyl-3{3,5di-teributyl
4 hydr~xyphen~l~~ro~ionatel

coconut van~llamilk

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabilib!


Benzoguanarnine 0556 10 0
100
Benzoguanarnine 5162 99 95 51 27 16 120 0 3
100 0 3
100 67 59 18 0 3
100 67 59 18 0 3
Benzoic acid 1025 100
10 0
1,2,3-benzotriazole 1026 100
100
Benzoyl peroxide, 5 0 % 1027 100
(40 % benzoic acid, 100
10 % d~cyclohex~iphthalate]
Betaine hydrochloride 0557 93 85 78 <I0
10 0
Betaine rnonohydrate 0558 34 4 71 0
100
10 0
Bis-(2-tert-buiylperoxyisopro- 1 B51 56 10 1 470
pyl)-benzene,technical pur
Bisphenol A 4227 10 0
10 0
Bisphenol A 4361 34
Bisphenol keiylene 0559 98 80 60 15
Brightener 1022 100 94 64 25
10 0
Brightener, optical 0554 <10
Brightener, opticol 1 604 100 96 55 21 56
10 0
Brightener, optical 1023 100 93 38 16 5 130
[stilbene, pyrazoline 100
derivative) 10 0
Brightener, optical 1603 100 78 18 6 1 190
100
100
Burylhydroxy anisole 1029 7 620
100
100

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


35 6.8 191 St1 12
1
30 St 1

2131
60 8.8 173 St 1 <10 n.i.u 600
10/100 n.md
2151
15 1st 21
215)
15 1st 21
5151
15 1st 2)

60 9.8 114 St1 400 n.g.u.450 3


1st 2)
60 8.2 63 St 1 510 n g.u.450
5
St 1
200 st 1 2t51

5
30 9.3 264 St2 <4
yes 9
90 270 St 2
2(31
30 1st 21
n.i. 770 n g.u.550
2
15 St 1

2
St 1

2
30 St 1

2151
15 1st 2)
Calcium ocetote 0560 80 48 85
1 00
100
Calcium acetate 056 1 74 41 25 17 92
100
1 00
Calcium boride (CoBb) 1380 100 98 <10
Calcium boride (CaB6) 1896 97 97 96 96 96 c10
100
Calcium glyceroph~s~hate 1487 100 95 67 25
100
Calcium hexalactate 1030 1 00
100
Calcium solts of polycarbonic 103 1 100 92 76 24 48
acids (30% C, 4 5 % H, 100
5 % N ,19%Co)
Caprinoguanamine 51 87 61 38 24 15 10 160 0.6
(2,4diamino-6-nonyC 100 0.6
1,3,5-triazine) 100 49 31 33 0.6
100 49 31 33 0.6
Caprinoguanamine 0562 21 3 750
1 00
100
Carboxymethyl cysteine 321 7 100 100 65 28 <O.l
Carboxymethyldextran 4460 93 42 7 78 10
100 1 .o
Casein 2313 99 65 40 24
/milk protein)
Casein 0563 100 2 225 10
(85% protein) 100 10
100 10
Cose~n,acid 3480 100 63 20 5 105 6.9
100
100
Casein, ocid, 3346 100 97 53 17 8 120 11
ground 100
Casein, acid 3345 14 2 1 700 7.0
(raw material) 100
100
Casein, Iactic ocid 1033 100 53 14 1 120
100
Caseinate 1034 100
(90% protein) 1 00
282 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
410 2
250 6.3 57 St 1 > 1000 600
250 6.5 21 St 1 680 n g U 460
2
St 1
500 5.2 9 St 1 730 n.g.u.460
2
St 1
200 St 1 1 OOO/ 10000 n i.u.600 4
2
200 St 1
2
st 1
2121
100 St 1
2
30 St 1

melts 3(3)
30 (st 21 110 460
<10 n.ind.
60 23 7 St 1 640 rnelts
213)
(St 21
St 1 2
rnelts
90 6.0 45 St 1 355
30 8.5 115 Stl 560 n.g.u.450

n.i. 550 n.g.u 450


2
30 St 1
melts 2
60 6.5 60 St 1 >I00
540
St 1 2
St 1
5.3 10 St1 2
2
St 1
2
30 St 1
2
30 St 1
100
100
Coseinate, sodium 2314 100 99 77 17
Coseinote, sodiurn 2315 51 30 11 118
(90% protein]
Caseinote, sodium 0564 26 9 125
(85% protein)
Costor oil, modified, 5461 83 22 360 06
cross-linked with peroxide 1 00 06
Covity powder 2350 83 38 29 195
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 4420 1 00 10
100 10
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 442 1 100
100
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 0565 97 89 <15
Cellulose, carboxymethyl 0566 82 26 24
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 23 16 92 62 35 26
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 1 38 1 28
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 0567 50 20 12 71
100
100
Cellulose, corboxymethyl 1035 94 65 36 15 7 180
1 00
100
Cellulose, carboxymethyl 1382 <250
Cellulose, carboxymethyl 23 17 52 480
Cellulose, methyl 4213 100
Cellulose, methyl 4207 1 00
Cellulose, methyl 231 8 96 87 30 22
Cellulose, methyl 2774 23
Cellulose, meihyl 2775 25
Cellulose, methyl 2319 100 69 10 29
Cellulose, methyl 2777 32
Cellulose, methyl 2320 88 34
Cellulose, methyl 2321 91 38 8 37
Cellulose, meihyl 2322 93 37 12 37
Cellulose, methyl 2705 37
Cellulose, methyl 2727 37
Cellulose, methyl 2619 40 4.2
Cellulose, rnethyl 2776 40
Cellulose, methyl 0568 83 44
Cellulose, meihyl 2323 89 29 17 44
Cellulose, methyl 2324 83 11 44
Cellulose, methyl 2972 44
Cellulose, methyl 0569 70 26 8 44
284 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
Cellulose, rnethyl 1036 100 67 24 51
Cellulose, rnethyl 2328 59 60
Cellulose, rnethyl 2329 99 58 18 5 65
Cellulose, rnethyl 4365 70
Cellulose, rnethyl 2330 99 50 18 10 71
Cellulose, rnethyl 0570 50 7 3 71
Cellulose, rnethyl 0571 97 46 73
Celluiose, rnethyl 0572 45 12 75
Cellulose, rnethyl 0573 35 7 84
Cellulose, rnethyl 2331 44 26 1 40
Cellulose, rnethyl 278 8 150
Cellulose, methyl 0574 14 4 2 200 60
Cellulose, rnethyl 0575 16 7 5 205 11
Cellulose, methyl 0576 10 4 255 90
Cellulose, rnethyl 0577 5 2 270
Cellulose, methyl 0578 99 8 290
Cellulose, rnethyl 2332 79 22 14 10 9 290
Cellulose, rnethyl 4424 58 5 430
1 00
Cellulose, rnethyl/lirnestone/ 2333 60 56 50
sand (40.20.40)
Cellulose oddit~ve 2334 71 44 11 36
(60% N a carboxyrnethyl
cellulose, Al sllicate,
Mg forrnate, TI dioxide)
Cellulose ether 0579 90 68 48 21
Cellulose ether 0580 66 40 L0
Cellulose ether 1933 100 99 94 78 37 40
100
Cellulose ether 058 1 37 23 102
Cellulose ether/calciurn sah/ 1037 98 92 1
cellulose fibres 140.30 30) 100
Cellulose nitrate 2335 32 730 90
Cellulose nitrate, 2336 14 1300
rnoistened with ~sopropanol
Cerarnic powder, 5586 100 <10 04
recycled rn~xedcerarnics
(48 % titaniurn diboride,
39 % boron nitr~de,
1 1 % aluminrum nrtrrde)

286 NOTE: Take natice of the limits of applicability!


9.9 176 St 1 410 n.g.u.450
60 9.5 108 St1 14 410 rnelts
60 7.3 68 St 1 5
99 142 Si1 410 rnelts
10.0 192 St 1
yes 10
97 157 SI1 420 n.g.u.450
10.2 200 St1
8.7 109 St1
60 95 134 Stl 420 320
9.2 108 St 1
8.8 77 St 1 430 rnelts
Yes 100/300
8.0 49 St 1
3.2 85 St 1
n.1.
78 35 St 1
n I. 460 435
n.i. 530 n.g.u.450

50 Yes 380
125 8.2 141 St 1 460 380

n I. 430 330

125 85 123 St 1 (3001 345


8.1 162 St1 (3301 275
5
60 8.7 104 St1
125 82 136 St1
4
200 St 1
n.1 340 2 10
2.1 150 St1 290 210

n I. 2
4 0 % siiicon, 6 % iron)
Cerarnic powder 5585 100 87 29 43 0.4
(93 % silicon nrtride, 100 0.4
7 % lonthanum garnet]
Cerarnic powder 5582 100 83 21 47 0.6
(94 % silicon nitride, 100 06
1 % magnesiurn oxide,
1 % tungsten corbide,
4 % binder]
Cerarnic powder, 5581 97 93 74 60 29 58 0.3
silicon nitride 100 0.3
10 0 03
Cerarnic powder 5583 100 92 51 31 60 07
(97 % silicon nitride, 10 0 07
2 % magnesium oxide,
1 % tungsten carbide]
Cerarnrc powder 5584 100 97 43 13 70 1.2
(89 % silicon nitride, 100 1.2
7 % lanthanum garnet,
4 % binder]
Cetostearyl sulphate, 4228 10 0
sodiurn salt, 9 0 % 100
Cetyl alcohol 1740 25 8 5 4 2 900
100
100
CeM trirnethyl arnrnonium 1742 100 95 39 23
brornide (CTABI
Chlorhexocarboxylic acid 4203 100
Chlorhexacarboxylic acid 4204 10 0
anhydride
Chloroacetamide 1038 98 79 33 13 3 17 0
100
10 0
Chloroethene hornopolymer 4436 100
10 0
Chloroethene hornopolyrner 4445 100 99 4 1 150
10 0
Chloroethene homopolymer 4437 99 3 1 285 0.2
100 02
6-chloro-3-phenyl 5102 88 86 82 74 66 <10 11
pyridazone-4-01 10 0 <10 06
100 <10 0.6

288 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applic~bilit~!


Cinnamic acid, 5413 88 67 43 22 10 170 45
rnoistured with water 10 0 45
100 32 8 38 45
100 32 8 38 45
Cinnamic acid, 5412 86 63 41 23 10 170 03
dry 100 03
100 38 15 36 03
100 38 15 36 03
Citraconic rnonohydrate 4429 100 95 22
100
Citric acid 4223 100
Citric ac~d 1039 100 96 65 38 18 85
100
Citric acid, a~hydrous 3474 79 5 3 2 1 400 0 1
Coconut ominodiaceiate, 4229 100
sodium salt, neutral 100
Coconut 011 423 1 100
acidrnonoethanolamide
Condensation product, 1076 87 74 64 47 19 83
from acetone Formaldehyde 100
sulphite resin and 10 0
fornaldehyde resin
Condensation product, 2347 81 22 13 290
irom glycol and 2348 64 21 11 320
terephthal~cacld
Condensation product, 0613 96 84 <10
phenolitic, 2,2'-rnethylene-
bis-4-methyl-6-tertiary-
bufylphenol
Condensation product, 0612 92 74 50 20
phenolitic, 4,4'-rnethylene- 100
bis2,6-dlmethyl-phenol
Condensation product, 1077 98 92 90 85 50 30
sulphite mcdihed ketone I0 0
forrnaldehyde 10 0
Copolymer, 5094 100 99 78 31 43 06
based on rnethacrylate 100 06
Cyanoacrylic acid rnethyl 0587 69 20 260
ester 100
Cyanuric acid 1905 100 99 90 12
[>99 % 1,3,5-triazine-
2,4,6-triole), ground

290 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


3
St 1

2 151
30 9.0 242 St 2 <10 470
<I0 n ind.

2151
30 8.9 241 St2 <10 470
< 10n1nd
melts
115 Yes 540
Yes 1000/10000
2121
100 St 1
60 SI 1 >10
300 5
125 75 73 Si1 5.1 05/106 370
30 6.9 90 Si 1 9/15 270

2
100 SI 1

71 54 St 1 rnelts
15 5.6 20 St 1 530 rnelts

30 90 161 St1 410 rnelts 2151

15 82 171 St1 560 melts 2(5)


1st 21

400 2
200 St 1
5
60 9.8 288 St 2
30 101 269 St2 500 n.g.u.450
5
n.1 2
volatile coal, 10 % Mg)
Desulphurising agent 1055 100 94 89 82 75 3
(70 % techn calc~urn 100
carbide, 30 % dried high- 100
volat~lecool)
Desulphurising agent 1056 100 96 91 85 75 5
(80% techn calcium 100
corbide, 20 % dried high-
volat~lecool]
Desulphurising agent 1050 100 98 92 66 20
(84% techn calcium 100
carbide, 16 % dr~edIignite)
Desulphurising ogent 1051 100 98 93 61 21
(89% techn. calcium 100
carbide, 1 1 % dried lignite)
Desulphur~singogent 1057 100 97 90 71 14
(89 % techn calc~um 100
carb~de,i 1 % dried high-
volafile coal)
Desulphurising agent 1052 100 99 90 71 15
(92 % techn calcium 100
carbide, 8 % dried Iignite)
Desulphurising agent 1058 100 96 91 71 13
(92 % techn calcium 100
carbide, 8 % dried high-
volatile cool)
Desulphurising agent 1053 100 99 94 69 19
(94 % techn calciurn 100
carbide, 6 % dried lignite]
Desulphuris~ng agent 1059 100 97 94 77 11
194 % techn calcium 100
carbide, 6 % dried high-
volatile coal)
Desulphurising agent 1054 99 97 94 81 6
(95 % techn calcium 100
carbide, 5 % dried lignite) -

292 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnik of applicabiliiy!


294 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!
1
200 St 1

rneits
225 4.3 5 St 1 5 10
5
60 8.1 132 St1 <10 420
1O/ 100 n ind.

2121
15 1st 2)

2121
100 St 1

2
30 St 1 <10 580
lO/lOO n.ind.
30 1st 2) 5

30 St 1 515)

212)
30 St 1
30 St 1 215)
125 9.9 141 Stl > 10000 n 1.u.600 212)
37 9 St 1 n I u.850 n g u450
200 Si 1 > 10000 n I U 600 2(2)

212)
200 St 1
2
250 6.8 84 St 1 1 OOO/ 10000 n I u 600
2
100 st 1
2i51
<30 (78) (2341 (St 2)
15 8.8 163 Stl 530 rnelts 215)
30 87 116 St1 600 rnelts
215)
(St 2)
3,4dihydro2-methyl-3-0- 0591 65 52 26 65
tolyl quinozolinone-(4) 10 0
100
Dihydroxyacetone 0592 64 37 26 46
100
10 0
Dilauroyl peroxide 1042 22 12 5 2 1000
(>98 %) 10 0
100
Dilauroyl peroxide 1849 25 7 6 2 1 1100
Dimelamine phosphate 2338 97 89 70 15
Dimelamine phosphate 1043 94 85 76 61 43 42
(98 %) 100
100
Dimethyl aminoethyl-iso-thio 5 101 97 94 42 10 145 0.8
urea 100 0.8
10 0 08
1 ,3-dimethyldiphenyl urea 0593 73 45 21 34
100
Dimethyl terephthalate 1044 100 91 14
Dimethyl terephthalote 2339 60 27
Dimyristyl peroxidicarbonote/ 1045 10 0
mynsh/l alcohol/myristyl 10 0
chloroformate (93:5 2)
Diperoxy dodecandiacid 1 5 19 100 98 92 c10
17 % DPDDA, 1 1 % DDA,
7 0 % Na2S0dX H20
D~phenylurethane 0594 93 49 27 128
10 0
Diphenyl urethane 0595 31 1100
10 0
100
Disodium 3213 98 45 10 2 1 275 0.9
100 0.9
100 0.9
Disod~umlauric acid 1046 100 98 67 36 13 90
monoethynolomido-sulpho- 10 0
succinic acid halfester
D~sodiumlaurylalcohol 1047 100 92 76 51 25 70
sulphosuccinic acid 100
halfester 100
Disodium salt of the ethylene 1048 100
diamine tetraacetic acid 100

296 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


100 St 1
30 8.4 150 St l 570 melts
1
1st 21
60 94 176 St1 420 melts
3151
1st 21
2151
<30 (7.81 (232) (St 2)
500 st 1 2151
n.i n.1 1.1.850 n.g.u.450 1

2
56 43 St 1

2121
200 St 1
15 93 212 St2 530 melts
2151
15 1st 21 2151
30 9.7 247 St 2 9 >2 460 n g.u 450
5151
30 1st 21
100 St 1 5

30 89 218 St2 660 melts


2
30 7.6 51 Si 1 660 melts
2
1st 21
n.i 1
1
Ye5
5
30 St 1

5
30 St 1
2
100 St 1
-
Dispersion powder 1386 100 99 96 86 10 1.8
100 99 96 86 10 1.8
Dispersion powder 1389 31
31
D~spersron~owder 1390 34
34
Dapersion powder 1387 100 98 85 48 3k 0.9
100 78 45 22 09
Drspersion powder 1388 100 99 88 61 36 48 19
100 71 42 23 19
Dispersion powder 1391 100 98 87 37 10 80 12
100 36 8 38 12
Dispersion powder, 1934 99 93 65 34 19 90
copolyrner from vinyl 100
acetate, eihylene witn filler 1 00
contarning carbonate
Dltertiary buiyl-pcresol 0597 97 67 33 6 92
100
Ditertiary bufyl-p-cresol 0598 11 1 250
100
D~tertiaryparobuiylcresol 4423 100 00
100 00
Dye developer 0604 85 29 92
(N Ndiethyl-p-phenylene 100
dlarnlne sulphote) 100
Dye developer 060 1 64 37 19 97
(4ilmino-3-rnethyl-NNdr- 100
ethyl aniline hydrochlorlde) 100
Dye developer 0600 49 37 25 150
(4amrno-3-rnethyl-N-ethyl- 100
N-(8-hydr~~ethylj-aniline 100
sulphate)
Dye developer 0603 30 8 155
(NNdrethyl-p-phenylene- 100
d~arn~nehydrochlorrde) 100
Dye developer 0602 83 76 340
(N-[2-[N-Ethyl-N-(4~]min0-3- 1 00
methylphenyl)omino]-ethyll- 100
me~hanesul~honarn~de-ses-
qulsulphate (rnonohydrate))

298 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


100
Elastine powder 1393 100 78 30 44
100
Emulsiiler 2340 89 50 11 71
(49 5 % caroohydrates,
30 % fat, 1 1 5 % protein]
Emulsifier 1739 73 25 8 3 1 390
10 0
100
Enzymes, proteolytic 5284 100 98 81 60 27 1 1
frorn Carica Papaya 10 0 1 1
Enzymes, proieolyhc 5285 100 98 86 53 29 04
from Carica Papaya 100 04
Esiers of mono and 2798 90
diaceh/l tartorlc acid
Ethene acetic acid ethenyl 4404 99 4 220
ester polymere 100
Ethoxycarbonyl hydroxy- 1020 100
methyl naphthyr~dine 10 0
Zefhoxy-4,6-dihydroxy 1394 10 0 86 56 29
pyrimidine 100 66 33 25
100 66 33 25
Etnylene urea 1483 100 88 69 56 30
100
Ethylene vinyl acetate 1021 100 39 4 290
copolymer
Ethylene vinyi acetate 5012 95 38 7 1 290
copolymer (with soot) 10 0
10 0
Evaporator material 526 1 100 83 <10 0.2
[TiBi, AIN, BN, W, B/
Evaporator rnaterlal 5262 100 96 86 <I0 02
(TIB~,AIN, Bi\, W, B)
Evaporator rnater~al 5263 100 98 87 <10 04
[TIB~,AIN, BN, W, B)

Faity acid der~vatives 1980 100 98 84 71 18


100
Faity acid derivatives 1981 48 31 22 11 5 5 10
(wire drawing agent] 1GO
.7
10 0

300 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Product group 1.2.3 Particle Size Distribution Median Moisture
lntermediate producb, % by weight Value Content
auxiliary materials

Material Mat.-400 <250 <I25 <71 c63 <32 c20 prn X by


No. pm prn prn prn prn prn prn weight
Fatty acid/Fatty alcohol/ 5497 92 33 7 1 1 300 0.1
Esters 100 0.1
100 0.1
Faiiy alcohol 4239 1 00
(C12/18) 1 00
Faiiy alcohol 4238 100
[C16/18),
ethoxyloted
Faiiy alcohols 1776 100 98 90 80 15 42
100
Fatty alcohol sulphate 2989 1 00
Ferrocene 2341 71 33 05
(di~~clopentodienyliron] 100
Filtration additive, 5226 98 95 87 70 57 24 4.8
high adsorption filtrr flakes 100 2.2
(50% perlite and kieselguhr. 100 2.2
50% woodpulp]
Filtration additive, 5328 98 97 89 72 57 24 3.4
high adsorbtion filter flakes 1 00 1.6
100 91 76 10 1.6
Flocculant 0605 96 56 13 30
1 00
Flocculant, 0606 99 26 3 265
based an esters of 100
methacrylic acid 100
Flocculant 0607 50 8 2 500
100
100
Fumaric acid 1062 100 75 24 15 11 215
100
100

Galactomonnan, ethoxylated 421 2 100


Glycerol monoseorote 1063 100
polmitote (90%) 1 00
Glycerol monostearate pal- 1064 100
rnitate/calciumcarbonate/ 100
tricalcium phosp. (70:20:101
Guanidine carbonate 5069 99 94 45 14 3 135 0.4
100 0.4
100 99 88 67 15 0.4
Guonidine nitrate, 5006 100 98 97 92 <10 0.9
0.6% sprinkling auxiliary 1 00 0.9
Guonidine nitrote 1397 96 93 87 84 56 27
(99%], with 1 00
sprinkling auxiliary 100 82 22 24

302 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Corn-
Explos. Explos. Value sibiliiy Oxy- lgnition Temperature Ternpera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture i?l
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % b~ mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.

431
15 St 1
5
30 7.8 95 Si 1 3/10 250
125 7.8 70 St 1 10/30 360

2(31
15 (st 21
Yes 30/300
15 8.3 267 St2 7 >5 500 n g.u 450
5

5
200 St 1

5
30 St 1 1 00/ 1 000 450
60 10.0 174 Si1 450 330 3
Si 1
250 7.2 34 St 1 450 n.g.u 450
3
St 1
70 19 St1 480 n g.u 450
3
1 00 Si 1

5
30 1st 2)

71 82 St 1 30/300
'421
15 (SI 21
3(31
15 (Si 21

2
n.1 n.i U 600
<750 19 5 St 1 2(21
St 1 400

212)
100 St 1 > 1 0000 400
Guanidine nitrate, 5005 97 62 23 7 1 210 0.4
06% sprinkllng auxlliary 100 04
1 00 04
Guanidine nitrate 0609 85 25 12 215
(99%I
Guanidine nitrate 5176 95 56 16 4 1 240 0.3
1 00 03
100 03
Guanidine nitrate 1952 95 51 15 1 240
(99%) 100
1 00
Guanidine phosphate, 1745 85 65 44 20 150 08
prirnary 100 08
Guanine 5207 100 99 94 76 60 17 10
100 84 15 10
Hardener 1398 100 99 75 12
[dicyanodiamide,
accelerator]
Hardener 5193 100 94 72 19 94
[filler rnixture containing 100 74 64 14 94
paraf~rrnaldeh~de)
Hardener 1066 100 97 83 65 19
(63%kaalin, 27 % ilour,
7 % wood ilour,
3 % hardener]
Hardener 5194 100 98 91 61 25 34
(filler rnixture containing 100 69 43 22 34
hex~rneth~lene tetrarnine)
Hardener, epoxy resin, 1831 100 97 80 <10
98 % diuron [N,Ndirnethyl-
Ni3,4-dichlorophenylurea)
Hardener, epoxy resin, 1832 100 97 80 <I0
98 % fenuron [N,N-
dimethyl-NI-phenylurea)
Hardener, epoxy resin, 1833 1 00 98 89 <T0
98 % TDI Urane (1 ,I'$
(Methyl-rn-phenylene]-brs
(3,3'dirneihylurea)
Hardener, epoxy resin, 1828 100 94 59 16
99% l H-im~dazole,
1 % silicrc acid

3 04 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibiliiy Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture iiy
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.

2(21
200 Si 1
n I.
421
St 1 400
n.i. 680 rnelts

2121
100 St 1

2(21
100 St 1
n.1.
2121
n.g.u.600 2
250 8.8 96 Si 1 > 1 0000 n I u.600

100 St 1 1 00/ 1000 n.i.u.600 2121

3 10 5
60 89 159 St1 10/100 400

3.5 29 St 1 2

280 4
1 00 St 1 10/100 420
60 9.5 195 St 1 2(51

60 93 266 St 2 2151

60 9.3 212 St2 2151

60 98 223 SI 2 3(31
lrnidazole derivative 1402 100 99 90 70 18
(225 %I 100 83 57 17
100 83 57 17
Impact strength prornoter, 1 860 100 98 75 46 25 70
ocrylic copolyrner 1 00
Impact strength prornoter, 1 108 100 94 56 22 7 115
acrylate polyrners 100
100
Impact strength prornoter, 1859 94 73 44 25 10 150
vinyl chloride polyocrylate 100
grah copolyrner 1 00
Ion exchanger, cellulose 0582 <10
Ion exchanger, cellulose 0583 <10
Ion exchanger, cellulose 0584 27 9 112
Ion exchonger, cellulose 0585 56 5 3 80
100
100
Ion exchanger, cellulose 0586 63 5 430
100
100
306 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!
Ion exchonger, synthetic resin 1073 100 95 63 35 43
1 00
lron (11) succinate 1049 100 99 48 17 7 110
100
lsomolt 1074 98 79 56 38 24 100
100
100
Isophtholodinitrile, 98 % 1403 100 96 93 85 <10 0.1
(benzene-1,s-dicarbonitrile) 100 96 93 85 <10 0.1

Ketogulonic acid 5450 99 76 56 36 18 100 0.2


(hydrored sugor) 1 00 02
100 51 20 30 0.2
Lactobic acid 2661 130 3.5
laurate, cadrnium 2710 22
Laurate, codmium 4362 <63
lauryl sulphate, 4217 1 00
sodiurn solt (90
%]
Lead fumarate, pentabasic 1377 100 99 <I0
Lead phosphite, drbasic 1522 100 99 94 <10 1,3
leod phosphite, dibosrc 1378 100 90 50 20 O,1
Lead phosphite, dibosic 1560 100 0,4
100 0,4
Lead phthola~e 2714 <1O
Lead phtholote, basic 1559 100
1 00
Lead soop 1523 100 94 69 23
of a low molec fotiy acid 100
Lead sulphate, tetrobasic 1379 100 <I0
Lead sulphote, trrbasic 1558 99 99 98 63 <10
Lithium-12-oxysteorate 4417 1 00
100
lubricant 1 1 13 100 95 3
(45% graphite, 35 % zinc
sulphide, 10% molybde
num disulphide, 10% colci-
um fluoride]
Lubricont 1111 100 98 4
(50% grophite, 30% zinc
sulphide, 10% ontimony
trisulphide, 1 O % tricalciurn
phosphote]

308 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


460 2
125 8.9 130 St 1 10/100 390

Ye5 30/300
yes 2/4
yes 14
<15 8.3 208 Si2 9/15 260

125 5.1 97 St1 > 10000 490 3 20 4


8000 St 1 n i.u.600 320 4
4000 St 1 1 00/ I 000 n i.u.600 320 4
4
n.1.
>5
3
St 1
340
Ye5 360
St 1 > 1 0000 2
n.1. 2(21
rnelts
30 Yes 550
60 4.4 47 St 1 2

60 3.8 45 St1
(50% graphite, 30 % zinc
sulphide, i o % rnolybdenurn
disulphide, io % calciurn
fluoride)
lubricant 1606 100 98 97 89 <10 03
(50 % graphite, rest zinc
sulphide, tricalciurn phos-
phate, antirnony trisulphide,
calciurn fluoride, sulphur)
Lubricant, 5514 100 99 95 90 80 <10 1 1
high ternperafure 100 11
100 1 1
Lubricant, 5560 94 86 70 52 40 51 5.1
high ternperaiure 100 2.6
100 2.6
Lubricant, 5559 100 95 80 41 22 80 18
high temperature 100 1.8
1 00 18
Lubricant, 5513 94 86 58 30 21 105 3.5
high temperature 100 2.4
100 24

Magnesium peroxornona 1078 62 33 19 14 12 400


phtholate hexahydrate 1 00
100
Mallt acid 3199 12 1 1 1 1000 41
100 <O 1
1 00 <o. 1
Mannit01 1079 100 99 87 63 25
100
Mannit01 5352 100 98 88 65 50 32 04
(0 6 % sorb~te) 100 0.4
Mannitol, 0615 61 24 13 67
4-1- 100
100
Maiiing agent 1080 100
(arnrnoniurn iron salt of 1 00
ethylene diarnino tetra-
acetic ocid)
Melamine 0616 98 95 88 <10
Melarnine 5447 98 98 96 94 79 <10 0.4
100 04
Melamlne 1408 100 89 73 12
Melarn~ne/boricacid 1750 99 95 85 76 71 < 10
(70.301 100
3 10 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
2
100 St 1
1
2
St 1
rneits 21.55)
30 1st 21 41 0
2151
125 8.7 115 Stl
60 7.6 54 St 1 460 melts
2
St 1
260 2
YeS 530

1000 0.5 1 St 1 n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450 2


2
100 St 1
St 1 > 10000 n.i.u.600 2
2
1 00 St 1
stearate (Cdsontent 12 %)

based on zinc behenate

3 12 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


100 St 1

2
St 1
nI n I u.850 rnelts 2
n.1. n i.u.850 n.g.u.450 2
500 St 1
2
St 1
n i. n.i.u.850 melts 2
250 12.2 73 St 1 n.1.u.850 38 0
2
SI 1
n.1. n.i u.850 n.g.u.450 1
St 1 2

125 8.1 52 St1 91 0 rnelts 2


460 2
250 75 58 St 1 >los n.1 U 6 0 0
St 1 2

(6.21 yes 2

2
200 St 1
2121
15 8.1 180 St 1

3(21
30 1st 21
St 1 4

2/31
<I5 8.1 119 St 1
Yes 300/3000
8.5 113 Si1 >I00 530 n g.u.450
30 8.7 97 St 1 500 n g.u.450
15 9.2 125 St1 510 rnelts
2/51
1st 21
15 /SI 21 2(51

110 Yes 505 rnelts


Monocarbonic acid/

arnide 188 % NaHNCN,

N-(2-hydroxyethyl)-N-rnethyl- 1070 93 71 31 7 1 180


guanidiniumsulphate (2 1 ) 100
10 0
Nsarbobenzoxy-L-threonine 1032 65 53 47 32 25 '1 80
arn~de 100
1 00
N-rnethyl-N'diphenylurea 0622 84 66 50 20
Naphthallc acid anhydride 1094 ,I 0 0
1 00
Naphthalic acid anhydrrde 2357 97 69 16
Naphthaline 2356 89 66 35 12 95
100
Naphthaline sulphonic acid 1409 100 88 45 15 66
formolite (5 % sodiurn sulfate] 100 42 17 35
2-naphthol 2358 100 96 94 <I0
2-naphthol 4366 <30

3 14 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of app/icability!


Naphtholsulphonic acid, 1410 51 42 26 22 13 450
diazo 100
100
Naphtholsulphonic acid, 1096 100 90 16
chloride, diozo
Naphthol sulphonic acid 141 1 100 91 58 17
chlor~de,diazo
Naphthyl arninosulphonic 0623 100 99 55 20
acid (A-ocidl
Nitrobenzo~cacid, para 1 101 100
1 00
5-nitrofurylacrolein 1102 100 96 84 65 47 35
100
Nitroguanidine 0627 97 88 <lO
Novolak/hexamethylene 5 192 100 97 83 14 30
tetrarnine fiiler rnix 100 97 83 14 30
Novolak/hexamethylene 5191 1 00 99 82 15 19
tetrarnine rnix 100 99 82 15 19
Novolak/hexarnethylene 5 190 100 96 74 19 21
tetrarnine-lubiicontrnix 1 00 96 74 19 21

o-rnethyl isourea sulphate 062 1 99 5 235


o-phenylenediarnine 0630 >3000
1 00
100
Octadecanoic acid 4416 100
calclurn salt 1 00
Octodecanoic zinc 4418 100 51 20 59
1 00
1 00
Octyl sulphate, 421 8 100
sodiurn salt, 90 %
011obsorber 2361 65 51 31 21 65
[hydrophobatedcellulosej

pibenzyl oxycarbonylj- 5402


arnidlne benzyl arnine
hydrochlorlde
p-chlorobenzonitrile 1482 99 95 81 63 38 45
100
pzhlorobenzonitrile 5214 75 68 59 45 41 72 51
100 48
1 00 48
3 16 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
Para-brf. buthyl phenol 281 1 53
53
Paraffin 1731 95 91 89 69 31 43
[abrasive) 100
Paraffin 5587 61 14 2 1 460 02
(powder) 100 02
Paraffin 1524 21 1 590
100
1 00
Paraffin 1752 28 4 1 600
100
Paraforrnaldehyde 0628 89 65 41 23
100
100
Paraforrnaldehyde 2362 86 58 37 27
Paraforrnaldehyde 4367 27
Pectin 2363 86 61 21 59
Pectinase (enzyrne) 2364 91 47 20 34
100
Pentaerythritol 2365 100 98 86 <10
Penberythritol 2366 1 00 98 86 <I0
Pentoerythritol 2367 90 33 6 3 85
1 00
Pentaeryihritol 2368 96 31 7 4 87
Pentaerythr~tol 2602 90
90
Pentaerythritol 2663 90 9.7
90 04
90 0.4
Pentaeiythribl 1842 95 91 54 21 13 105
1 00
Pentaerythritol 4052 125
Pentaerythritol 4053 125
Pentaerythritol 2369 86 47 36 20 12 135
1 00
Pentaerythritol 0629 24 11 1 75
Pentaerythritol 2370 90 19 8 230
100
Phenol novolak 2606 <20
<20
Phenol novolak/hexarnethy 141 3 100 90 62 17
lene tetrarnlne rnixture 100 90 62 17

31 8 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabili~!


100
100
Phenylglycine, D-L- 4422 100
Phthalazone 2371 92 47 14 33
Phthalic acid anhydride 063 1 100
100
Phthalic acid anhydride 1 104 100 96 70 22
100
Polycarbonic ocid, 1106 100
sproy dried
Polycarbonic acid 1107 100 94 82 8
Polycarbonic acid, 5 148 100 91 55 18 1.9
spray dried
Polyethylene glycol 5470 100 90 67 44 40 05
100 05
Polyethylene glycol 2770 43
43
Polyethylene glycol 277 1 54
54
Polyethylene glycol 2772 2 10
Polyethylene glycol 5472 96 50 12 4 2 250 0.3
100 03
100 0.3
Polyethylene glycol 5471 88 21 5 4 3 400 0.6
1 00 06
100 0.6
Polyethylene glycol 2773 700
Polyethylene oxide 1105 99 83 53 29 14 115
100
100
Polygalactornannane 521 1 100 95 72 18 44
derivot~ve 100 44
Polyisocyanate, 2837 19
caprolactam blocked 19
Polymer, cahonic, 5206 98 93 90 75 16 50 0.0
0 1 % to O 2 % formaldeh
Polyol 3512 56 6 480 0.1
100 0.1
Polyoxirane 441 1 100
100
Polyphenylene oxide 271 8 27
Polysaccharide 1109 100 78 23
Polysaccharide derivative 0632 91 59 33 28

320 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Ternperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- Clan Energy ture iV
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by rnJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.

2131
30 1st 21
40 Yes 390
30 92 182 St1 590 ng U 450
5
30 1st 21
15 1st 21
30 7.5 87 St 1 2

200 St 1 440 2
125 8.2 137 St1 2

2131
30 8.9 142 St1
yes 2/5
10/30 wind.
yes 4/8
100/300 n.ind
Yes 100/300

2131
30 88 141 St1

2131
30 85 119 SI1
> 1000

3151
15 1st 21
3
200 St 1
Yes <1
< I n.ind.
250 7 9 99 St 1 lOOO/lOOOO n 1 . 1 ~ 6 0 0 570 2

2
Yes >10 430
rnelts
40 7.6 89 St 1 290 3 80
yes 2/3
200 st 1 4
125 9.5 63 St 1 580 270
322 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliv!
Saccharine, natural 3185 97 26 7 4 3 350 8.5
100
1 00
Salicylic acid 0636 1 00
100
Salicylic acid 1416 <43
Salicylic acid 1417 100 99 94 64 30 48
100
Saponin 0637 93 77 65 13
100
1 00
Scleroglucane biopolymer 5376 100 97 67 39 43 6.6
100 45 24 35 6.6
Sebacic acid 2871 108
108
Silicic ocid 3490 100 89 2.7
Silicic acid 2885 130
Silicic acid 2886 165
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5043 100 99 <10 2,O
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 1404 100 98 92 <10
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 53 10 100 99 93 <10 0.9
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 191 3 100 93 78 12
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 1 9 14 100 94 71 15
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 53 13 100 96 70 15 1.4
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydr~~hobised, 53 14 100 78 15 1.8
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5307 100 96 71 20 1.1
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 191 5 100 79 48 21
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5345 100 66 44 23 1 .O
high dispersive
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5308 100 99 80 38 39 0.6
high dispersive 100 0.6
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5309 100 98 79 38 39 0.8
high dispersive PP-p ~ p p - p p - p - p -
100
p - P p - p p p p - P
0.8
324 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
high dispersive 100 1.3
100 1.3
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5344 96 88 66 58 40 50 1.6
high dispersive 100 1.6
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 53 12 93 87 68 56 35 55 1.4
high dispersive 100 1.4
100 1.4
Silicic acid, hydrophobised, 5 1 10 100 89 55 30 1.9
high dispersive/amorpous
Carbon (90:1 0)
Silicic acid, pyrogenic, 1916 100 84 52 19
hydrophobised, high
dispersive
Silicic acid powder 3385 100 2.8
Silicic acid powder 3386 100 4.9
Silicic acid powder 3394 100 1.1
Silicic ocid powder 3395 100 1.8
Silicic acid powder 3440 100 2.6
Silicic ocid powder 3383 100 99 50 32 2.5
100 2.5
100 2.5
Silicic acid powder 3384 100 87 44 36 2.3
100 2.3
100 2.3
Sodium acetate/residue 1927 90 78 55 32 14 110
containing zinc oxide 100
100
Sodium adipate, di- 1540 91 79 59 45 35 76
100
100
Sodium alcohol sulphate 1909 100 97 80 51 26 3i 0.4
100 0.4
Sodium alcohol sulphate 5068 100 97 83 62 35 50 0.6
100 0.6
100 47 18 35 0.6
100 47 18 35 0.6
Sodium arnide 0624 1CO
100
Sodium benzoate 1098 73 48 31 22 15 255
100
100
Sodiurn bicorbonate 3055 30 4 2 1 900
100
100
Sodium calcium edetate 2897 <10 5.5
326 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!
louryl sulphote/colouring

Sodiurn cyclamate 3056 97 52 13 5 2 240


100
1 00
Sodium dibunate 1657 98 81 58 40 27 95
100
100
Sodiurn ethylate 1097 98 60 50
100
Sodium glutornote 3293 100 88 62 39 11 90 0.0
Sodium-l-glutamote 0625 98 83 54 14
monohydrate
Sodium hexarnetaphosphate/ 5034 93 78 45 21 16 140 0.8
oromo (99: 1) 1 00 0.8
100 90 20 42 0.8
Sodium humate 1412 100 98 93 72 18
100
Sodium hydrogen carbonote/ 5031 100 99 88 10
colouring (98:2)
Sodium hydrogen carbonate/ 5032 95 46 13 6 6 300
sodium perborate/aromo 1 00
(50:40:
10) 100
Sodium hydrogen cyanarnide 2359 95 90 28 8 40
Sodium hydrogen sulphote 5035 97 83 51 22 4 120
(ground sodium bisulphate) 1 00
100 49 3 33
Sodiurn lignin sulphonote 1099 1 00 63 20 58
100
Sodium methollyl sulphonote 2360 97 8 280
Sodium methylote 1100 98 95 <10
100
Sodium oleate 5075 83 55 27 16 11 245 2.0
100 1 .o
100 45 19 34 1.0
Sodium perborote anhydride/ 5036 100 93 72 41 14 86
sodiurn hydrogen carbo- 1 00
nate/coiouring (75:25:<1) 100 22 19 40
Sodium sulphate/arorna 5037 99 72 24 8 3 200
199:1 ) 100
100
Sodium tripolyphosphate/ 5030 98 86 59 31 5 105
polyglycol/colouring 100
1)
(954: 100
Solid dispersion 1395 1 00 99 94 c10
328 NOTE: Take notice of the Iirnits of applicability!
100
Stabiliser 2707 38
Stabiliser, 0638 47 16 4 130
anionoctive 1 00
100
Stabiliser 3468 96 71 45 23 11 140
100 11 79
100 11 60
Stobil~ser,for PVC 2373 99 98 94 <10
Stabiliser, ior PVC 2374 97 93 75 <10
Stabiliser, for PVC 2375 94 85 69 12
Stabiliser, for PVC 2376 99 95 81 15
Stobiliser, for PVC 2377 96 91 20 15
Storch ether 4037 <23
Stearate, alurniniurn 0639 100
100
Stearate, alurn~niurn 4414 100
Steorate, alurniniurn di- 270 1 13
Stearate, boriurn 1114 100 99 76 17
1 00
Stearate, bariurn 4360 <63
Stearate, cadrn~urn 2382 99 94 86 <I0
Stearate, cadrniurn 271 1 17
Stearate, cadrniurn 4363 <63
Stearate, cadrniurn, 2709 18
rnyristinate
Stearate, calciurn 2383 99 92 84 <10
Stearate, calciurn 2384 92 80 <10
Steorate, calciurn 2385 87 78 <10
Steorate, calciurn 2668 11
Steorate, colciurn 0643 98 90 75 12
Stearate, calciurn 1419 12
12
Steorate, calciurn 0644 98 85 64 15
Steorate, colciurn 262 1 <20
Stearate, calciurn 4364 <63
Stearate, calcium 2386 100 43 25 145
Stearate, calciurn, 2387 100 13 6 220
sintered
Stearate, calc~um/PPN 2388 99 30 172
powder (1 2)
Stearate, calciurn/PPN 2389 99 15 12 200
powder ( 1.4)
Stearate, calciurn/talcurn 1420 12
(90:10) 12
330 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
(50.50) 17
Stearate, ethyleneglycol di- 4226 100
Stearate, glycerine mono- 4230 100
Stearate, glycerine mono- 2797 108
Stearate, glycerine mono- 1 1 15 34 4 340
1 00
1 00
Stearate, guanidine 1484 100 96 70 37 19 81
1 00
Stearate, guanidine 5295 60 45 33 22 12 320 0.8
1 00 08
100 68 34 25 0.8
100 68 34 25 08
Stearate, lead 4415 100 80 53 18
100
Stearate, lead 5329 100 81 57 28 0.4
100 67 46 22 04
100 67 46 22 0.4
Stearate, lead 2715 44
Stearate, lead 4030 63
Stearate, lead 2631 65 03
65 03
Stearate, lead 0642 25 6 165
100
100
Stearate, lead 4029 200
Stearate, lead, basic 0640 90 12
Stearate, lead, dibasic 5200 100 94 <10 03
100 94 <I0 03
Stearate, lead, dibasic 1561 100 99 98 92 c10
Stearate, lead, dibasic 2378 99 96 90 80 <10
Stearafe, lead, neutral 2713 9
Stearate, lead, neutral 2379 95 90 73 58 16
Stearate, lead, neutral 0641 76 53 18
100
1 00
Stearate, lead, neutral 2380 96 84 61 49 21
Stearate, lead, neutral 2716 1 20
Stearate, lead, neutral 2381 14 830
Stearate, Irthium 0645 100
1 00
Stearate, magnesium 0646 1 00
100
332 NOTE: Take noiice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!
Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Giowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture ity
pressure Canc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
Yes <10
< I 0 n ind
<10
10/100 n.ind.
30 8.0 100 St 1 9/15
30 6.7 71 St 1 15/30 300
Y ~ S 4/8

212)
15 St 1
2/51
15 1st 21
rnelts 2/51
30 8.7 209 St2 <10 5 10
< 10 n.ind.
rnelts
40 6.5 1 16 St 1 470
213)
30 1st 21 < 10 480
< 10 n.ind
Yes 9/10
Yes 10/30
Yes 3/5
2/7 n ind
30 8.7 150 Stl 630 rnelts
2(51
1st 21
Ye5 30/300
30 9.2 152 Stl 630 mels 5
60 87 203 St 2 < 10 520 5
<10 n.~nd.
15 9.5 225 St2 5
YeS <1 480 melts
Yes <1
Yes <1 450 rnelts
30 9.4 156 St 1 590 rnelts
2i31
1st 2)
YeS <1 460 rnelts
Yes 4/6
>5 680 rnelts
215)
30 St 1
2/21
30 1st 2)
Stearote, sodium 0648 92 67 45 22
1 00
Stearate, zinc 0649 1 00
1 00
Stearate, zinc 1423 100 94 88 <10
100 94 88 <10
Stearate, zinc 5198 100 98 90 <10 0.4
Steorate, zinc, 5201 100 98 93 <10 04
neutral 100 98 93 <I0 04
Stearate, zinc 2390 95 86 72 13
Stearate, zinc 2739 14
Stearate, zinc 2712 19
Stearic ocid, iodine no <1 4205 100
Slearic acid, iodine no 1 4232 1 00
Steoric ocid, iodine no 20 4233 1 00
Stearic acid 0650 12 1300
100
1 00
Stear~n/calcium 2393 100 89 64 16
Stearin/lead 2391 99 95 75 15
Steorin/iead phosphite 2392 99 95 75 17
Steoryl olcohol 4202 100
Stearyl phthalate 5496 94 40 12 2 1 290
1 00
100
Syrene aciylate resin 5545 12 7 4 1 1 2500 03
1 00 0.3
Succinic ocid anhydride 1028 100
100
Sucralfate 1600 100 90 69 52 40 60
Isucrose alurninium 1 00
octasulphate) 100
Sucralfate-mannitol codried 551 2 100 97 95 61 26 25
gel (40 "/oucralfote, 100 25
60% monnitol)
5-sulphosolicylic acid 0651 22 2 97
(dihydra~e)

Tallow alcohol sulphate, 4208 100


sodium salt, 90%
Tonning agent, 0608 69 30 14 50
based OP carbomide resin

334 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Product aroup 1.2.3 Particle Size Distribution Median Moisture
lnfermediate products, % by weight Value Content
auxiliary materials

Material Mat.- c500 c250 <T25 <71 <63 4 2 c20 pm % by


No. pm pm pm pm pm pm pm weight
Tartaric acid 3187100 5 1 1 480 <O 1
100 <o 1
10 0 <o 1
Tenside 1741 100 96 47 16 6 130
raw material 100
Terephthalic acld dinitrile 1 1 16 53 47 40 36 28 350
100
100
Tetroacetyletnylenediarn~ne 4242 100
Tetraa~et~lethylenediamine, 42 1 1 100
crystalline
Tetrobromoo-cresol 2,3,4,5 1956 100 88 74 110
tetrabrorno-6-methyl phenol
2,2'-thiod~aceticacid 065 2 48 27 18 75
10 0
100
Thiourea 0653 56 1 460
10 0
100
Th~ourea,impure 1424 50
[residue solt
frorn rnother Iiquor]
Thiurom, pure 1806 22 20 13 12 6 2500
100
100 82 14
4-toluene sulfonamide 5372 95 82 49 18 2 126 04
10 0 04
100 0 4
Toluene sulfonate, 42 10 10 0
sodium solt, 9 0 % 100
Tolulc acld, para 1117 10 0
10 0
Trapidil, 5208 99 85 57 33 30 97 0.2
5-rnethyl-7diefhyliimina 100 0.2
s-triazolo-1 50-pyrimidine 10 0 0.2
Tri-indole 2802 70
Triozatone amino alcohol 1425 17 0
Trirnell~ticacld anhydride 0654 100
100
Trrmellitic acrd onhydrrde 2394 4 1250
100
Tr~rnelliticacld anhydride/ 0655 100
4,4'diarninodiphenyl- 10 0
rnethane (2 1 ]

336 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


2
St 1
2121
15 8.1 125 St1

5
130 88 260 St 2
30 9.2 231 St 2 3/10 380
83 183 St 1 >30 370

n.i. no 1111
30 65 72 St 1 350 410
2
St 1
250 3.5 8 St 1 440 rnelts
2(21
St 1
> 1 0000

3(51
30 9.0 250 St 2

2151
30 St 1
2
7.5 130 St 1 5000,' 1O5
3151
15 1st 21

2151
30 9.7 272 St 2
Yes 30/ 1 00
Yes 10/100
2(51
30 (St 21
30 68 33 St 1 > 1000 740 rnelts
2151
2121
15 (St 21
Tyrosine 3058 100 99 48 10
(finished product) 100
1 00
Tyrosine 3059 99 98 96 91 74 15
[raw product) 100
Tyrosine 3191 98 98 96 91 74 17 0.0
(raw product) 100 0.0
Tyrosine 3192 100 99 99 48 30 02
(finished product)

Urea, 5337 1 00 98 94 c10 5.2


polyrnethylene
Urea, 5199 1 00 95 66 25 9.4
N,Obis-(trimethyls11y~- 100 95 66 25 9.4
Urea, 2344 56 16 8 65
bistrirnethylsilyl-
Urea 1065 4 2 2900
[HzNCO-NHi) 100
100

Vinyl acetate copalymerisate 2933 38


38
V~nylacefate capolyrnerisate 2932 44
Vinyl olcohol, copolymer 2861 1 05
Viscose flocks 1 1 18 100 94 13

Wox powder 2893 90


90
Wbeot protein, 1426 1 00 97 81 14 21
partially hydrolysed
Wheat prote~n, 1620 100 99 52 28
partially hydrolysed
Wheat prote~n, 1427 100 99 91 47 35
partiaily hydrolysed 1 00

Zinc cyanarnide 2395 99 96 94 <10


Zinc cyanarnide 1119 47 34 27 14 600
185 % ZnCN2, 12 % ZnO, 100
2% d~c~and~am~de)

338 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


2
St 1

5
1st 2)
5
(St 21
(SI 21 5
(Si 21
(St 21 5

125 9.7 119 St 1 10 100/1000 520 580 2

30 10.4 522 St 3 <I0 390 5


<10 n.1nd.
15 10.0 413 St3 9 520 n.g.u.450

l(2)
Si 1

Yes 7/14
100/1000 n lnd.
Yes 30/300
Yes 30/100
30 St 1 4

Yes <1
<1 n.ind
30 St 1 100/ 1000 n ind 2
<I25 8.1 146 St1 2

n g u 600 2
30 Si 1 15/50 480

n.i. n.1.u 850 n g.u 450 3


(4.81 (53) (St 1 )
2
Zinc dibenzyl dithiocarba- 1429 i0
rnate !0
Zinc dibuwl dithiocarbamote 5 108 100 98 95 <10 0.3
Zinc dibutyd diihiocarbarnate 1430 13
13
Zinc diethyl diihiocarbarnate 5 106 100 96 92 <I0 0.2
Zinc diethyl dithiocarbamate 1431 <10
<10
Zinc pyridine thione 1120 100
Zinc ricinoleate 2821 32
with oxidanis
Zinc-bis-(N,Ndirnethyl 1428 <10
dithiocarbamate) <1O
Zinc-N,N-ethylphenyl- 1432 <10
dithiocarbamate <I0
Zinc-N.N-ethylphenyl 5 107 100 98 90 <10 0.3
dithiocarbarnote

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Product q r o u ~1.2.4 Pariicle Size Distribution Median Moisture
Other techno-chemical % by weight Value Content
produck

Material Mat.- 4 0 0 <250 c125 c71 c63 <32 <20 pm % by


No. pm pm pm pm pm ym pm weight

2-anil1no-4,6dirnethyl- 2939 150


pyr~dine 150
Azo pigrnent 2622 <20
<20

Bitumen 0656 1 00
100

Calcium-llaceh/lacetonate 2957 110


<10
Cellulose ether 2942 39
Cellulose ether 2943 42
Cellulose ether 2941 46
Cement powder 2408 84 70 38 16 44
1 00
Cernent powder 2409 58 47 30 18 85
100
Coconut soap 4201 100
Colouring 3201 98 89 71 51 30 61 52
1 00
1 00
Colouring, 3200 100 93 67 49 38 68 42
raspberiy 100
100
Colour~ng, 3202 100 98 60 29 17 100 31
woodruff 100
Copper arnmonium chromate 241 1 76 26 11 49
Detergent 2418 98 92 45 21
[powder)
Detergent 5324 99 96 90 74 49 34 07
(dust] 100 07
Detergent 5325 96 84 70 61 41 46 11
(dust, 25 % percarbonate]
Detergent 5410 99 96 86 62 35 48 19
(powder) 1 00 19
Detergent 5444 100 98 90 56 18 58 24
[polycarbonates,tens~des, 100 24
bleach, zeolites)
Detergent, sodium carboxy 5323 94 75 59 48 29 76 00
rne~hylcellulose 100 00
100 00
Detergent (powder] 2641 130 6.7

342 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of opplicability!


ther techno-chemical

sodiurn lauryl sulphate,


85 % active substance

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Dye, red 0665 65 33 23 52
(dye powder) 1 00
Dye, ozo, yellow 0657 100 98 95 <I0
Dye, dispersion 5066 100 99 98 89 78 <10 0.8
(85% inorganic consti- 100 <10 0.8
tuenk, 1 5 % binders]
Dye, dispersion, 2400 97 58 15 29
navy blue
Dye, dispersion, 2401 97 50 16 32
orange
Dye, dispersion, 2399 93 44 20 35
yellow
Dye, dispersion, 2397 91 73 25 46
brilliont pink
Dye, dispersion, 2398 84 55 15 66
brilliont red
Dye, monoazo 2623 <20
Dye, phthalocyonin, blue 0660 96 86 <10
100 <10
Dye, phthalocyanin, blue 0661 96 83 70 14
Dye, phthalocyonin, blue 0662 91 69 51 19
Dye, ~heatricalpaint, 5425 98 97 94 92 74 110 0.3
turquoise 100 <10 0.3
Dye, ~heatricalpaint, 5424 92 85 82 76 64 <10 0.3
loose yellow 100 <I0 0.3
100 <10 0.3
Dye, theatrical paint, 5426 98 96 92 90 61 15 0.6
Russian green 100 0.6

Fertiliser, long term 1951 100 98 70 15


Flame retardant 2405 87 64 56 10
(70% Br, 26 % C]
Flame retordant 2406 80 68 55 17
(70% Br, 20% C]
Flame retardont 1433 97 95 95 90 66 24
100 75 45 22
100 75 45 22
Fruit acid/carbonates 261 1 55
(30:70)
Fuchsine bose 2407 74 45 26 36

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


60 98 237 SI2 470 n.g.u.450
5
60 110 288 Si2 480 melts 215)
3
30 St 1

Yes 660 400

Yes 530 rnelts

Yes >3000 690 320

Yes >3000 610 450

Yes >3000 620 450

Yes 30/ 100


8.8 73 St1 770 355 4
100 St 1
8.6 180 St1
8.8 160 Stl
2
n.1.

2
n.1.
4
ni

St 1 1
n.1. n i.u.850 meits

n.1. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450

350 2
60 10.2 226 St 2 c10 480
100/1000 n.ind.
>I000

8.4 115 St1 640 melts


chloride/potassium chlori-
de/trisodium citrate dihydra- 1 00
te/aerosil (71 12.5 10 1 )
Guanine 2862 22

Hydrocarbon, 2410 23 11 260


biturninous 100

Knifing filler, 1121 100 77 24


based on epoxy resin
Knifing filler, 1122 100 85 19
based on polyester

Lead sulphochromate 2396 97 92 <I0


Light proteclive agent 2412 97 92 83 <10
Light protective agent 0666 100 93 <15
Light protect~ve agent 1437 25
25
L~ghtprotect~veagent, 1436 98 92 75 58 39 50
ester of a sterically 100
hindered amino alcohol 100 84 51 19
100 84 51 19

Magnesium ethylote 2927 90


90
2,2-methylene-bis-(4-methyl- 2607 21
6-ferf-buiyl-~-~henoI) 21
4-methyl-3-thiosemicarbicide 2706

Nitrocellulose 2636 1 400

Point, 5029 100 98 91 410


grind~ng 100
Point, 1609 99 99 95 75 40 40
grinding 100
Point, 1970 91 89 68 24 3 100
dust 100
100
Paroformaldehyde 2748 450
Poraformaldehyde 2747 550
Paraformaldehyde 2746 560
Paroformaldehyde 2749 -
620

348 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


2
St 1

Yes 300/ 1000

30 76 63 St 1 500 rnelts
2

100 St 1 2

200 St 1 2

nI n I u 850 n g u450
89 214 St2 530 n g U 450
100 310 St3
Yes <10
<10 n ind

2151
30 92 275 St2 <10 3 20
<lO n lnd

Yes 5/11
10/30 n ind
yes 2/3
1 /3 n lnd
Yes 30/ 100

> 1000

5
60 82 162 St1
3
30 St 1

5
15 St 1
Y" 1000/3000
>I000
> 1000
>lOOO
(for photogrovure pigrnents)

(for book printing pigrnents]

(SOn+ MN02 coated)

PVC sohener, colophony,

Soap 2415 70 43
Soa p 241 6 65
Soop 2417 40 21 14 95
Soop 0667 96 10 300
1 00
Soap powder 1912 100 98 97 95 86 <10
1 00
Sodium cocoyl isethionoie 1438 100 98 63 15
100 98 63 15
Sodium cocoyl isethionate 1633 100 97 68 15

Tallow soap, 4236 100


80 % 100
Teir~rneth~laiperidine 4219 100 21
(light protection agent)
Titaniurn borite 2687 <10
100
1 00

Wallpoper poste 424 1 100


(1nst0nt) 100

Zinc tetrooxychrornate 241 9 90 80 <10

350 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of app/icability!


I
n.i. 750 330
30 9.1 111 Stl 580 melts
30 8.6 93 St 1 640 n.g.u.450
n.1. 660 melk 212)
30 St 1
2131
30 St 1
15 8.2 124 Stl 10/100 370 390 5
100/1000 n.ind.
30 St 1 5

2
30 7.0 1 16 St 1 100/ 1 000 n.i.u.400
15 8.9 289 St2 1 /3 330

> 1000
1
St 1

n.g.u.400
250 7.6 45 St 1 300/ 1 000 390

n.1. n.1.u.850 n.g.u 450


Aluminium, 242 1 99 <10
produced by blowing
Aluminium 5086 99 98 98 98 95 <10 1.2
(waste mater~alrecovery] 100 12
Aluminium) 1976 98 97 97 96 89 <10
[waste material recovery 100
Aluminium 2420 94 88 79 c10
Aluminium 2887 <10
<10
Aluminium 2888 11
11
Aluminium 2818 12
12
Aluminium 2423 21
Aluminium 2424 98 70 45 22
Aluminium 4368 22
Aluminium 2425 99 71 41 23
Aluminium 2889 28
Aluminium 2426 96 52 31
Aluminium 0672 65 47 37 36
Aluminium 1127 1 00 91 36 37
(point ground)
Aluminium, 1708 95 93 82 68 41 40
deburr~ng 100
100
Aluminium 1123 99 95 90 62 35 44
(induction furnace area), 100
dust deposits 100
Aluminium 243 1 88 51 18 8 70
Aluminium, 1681 87 82 69 45 23 72
sawdust 100
100
Aluminium 2433 72 39 13 7 85
Aluminium 5231 100 88 71 27 10 100 0.3
100 0.3
1 00 03
Aluminium 1715 95 80 40 12 4 154
100
1 00
Aluminium 1698 95 73 40 22 12 1 70
100
100

352 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ks, Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Giowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- 9en Energy ture iW
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.

60 11 8 455 St 3 610 n g u.450

2
60 12.1 330 St3
5
100 (St 21
60 11.2 515 St 3 560 430
Yes <1
<1 n ind
Yes <1
5/12 n.ind
yes 2/5
<1 n.ind.
11.2 773 St3 580 350
125 400 St3 6 650 270
5
60 12.4 620 St 3 >10 560 n.g.u.450 4
Yes 30/300
12.0 373 St 3 610 360
60 120 750 St3 590 n.g u.450
<60 10.5 517 St3 4

3
30 St 1

1
St 1
60 11 5 292 St2 560 n.g u 450 1

3
30 St 1
60 114 319 St3 740 n.g.u 450 1

1
1000 6.8 97 St1

1
100 St 1

2
St 1 -
354 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!
Aluminium, grinding 5573 77 64 55 46 30 100 1.2
and deburring 100 1.2
100 80 58 16 1.2
Aluminium, grinding 1225 98 94 83 77 44 35
and polishing 100
100
Aluminium, grinding, 0786 100
grinding poste additive 1 00
Aluminium, plosma cuiting 1200 100 99 96 81 12
Aluminium, plasma cutting 1201 100 98 91 76 12
Aluminium, cutting 1732 84 71 40 23 10 160
100
100
Aluminium, plosma cuiting 1202 45 31 9 2 600
100
Aluminium cast, 1622 73 52 29 14 5 240
cleaning 100
100
Aluminium, plungezut 1207 100 99 98 85 28 40
grinding 100
Aluminium, polishing 078 1 100
100
Aluminium, polishing 1869 88 83 79 59 44 40
100
1 00
Aluminium, polishing 1688 98 96 89 58 18 55
Aluminium, polishing 2560 44 26 150
1 00
Aluminium, polishing, 1876 89 76 20 180
dust deposits 100
100
Aluminium, polishing, 1204 74 55 10 2 230
dust deposits 100
100
Aluminium, polishing 1480 75 48 17 5 270
100
100
Aluminium, polishing 2561 61 34 25 290
100

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


3
30 St 1

3
60 10.2 215 St 2

2
60 8.8 149 Stl
2
30 21
n.i. 1
n.i. 1

1
100 St 1

2
100 St 1
4
30 7.3 91 St1
5
30 St 1

5
30 St 1
250 61 28 St 1 2
5.0 18 St 1 440 320
5

3
200 SI 1

2
200 Si 1

3
30 St 1
3.8 9 St 1 560 3 10
5
1 00
Aluminium, poiishing, 1793 52 41 32 19 5 460
dust deposits 100
100
Aluminium, polishing 1203 17 5 1000
100
100
Aluminium dross 1136 100 97 91 72 16
and pellets
Aluminium dross, 1135 100 96 87 75 62 20
dust deposits
Aluminium dross 2454 99 43 28 140
Aluminium dross 2455 81 42 30 180
Aluminium dross 2456 240
100
Aluminium grit 1439 100 76 45 22
(foundry grit)
Aluminium grit 2437 100 96 23
Aluminium grit 2979 24
Aluminium grit 2647 32
Aluminium grit 2756 39
Ahminium grit 2438 99 16 2 41
Aluminium grit 2757 42
Aluminium grit 2759 46
Alumin~umgrit 2439 81 62 35 20 48
(foundry grit]
Aluminium grit 4009 52
Aluminium grit 2758 61
Aluminium grit 0683 51 23 70
Aluminium gilt 4035 85
Ahminium grit 5003 100 75 21 4 100
100
Aluminium grit 1477 100 59 19 3 105
(foil grit) 1 00
Aluminium grit 1714 100 60 7 1 1 20
(spray grit), 99 6 % Al
Aluminiu.n grit 0684 35 14 3 150
Aluminium grit 1787 100 96 25 i 1 150
Aluminium grrt 1814 100 99 27 150
Aluminium grit 0685 21 4 170
Aluminium grit 2440 92 26 6 1 70
100

358 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Aluminium grit 2443 99 4 230
Aluminium grit 2444 99 12 5 270
Aluminium grit, 1134 36 4 330
97 % Al 100
100
Aluminium grit 2445 39 550
Aluminium grit 1982 46 24 7 1 580
(foii grit) 1 00
Aluminium grit 2446 24 1 005
Aluminium pasfe 1138 100
(80%) 100
Aluminium paste 1137 100
(90%) 100
Aluminium pellets 1139 47 11 270
100
100
Aluminium powder 2944
Aluminium powder 2842 <10
<10
Aluminium powder 1440 100 98 87 11
1 00 98 87 11
Aluminium powder 1441 100 97 87 11
1 00 97 87 11
Aluminium powder 1442 100 98 89 75 14
100 89 67 12
100 89 67 12
Aluminium powder 1443 100 97 87 71 15
100 91 68 13
100 91 68 13
Aluminium powder 291 2 19
19
Aluminium powder 2649 <20
<20
Aluminium powder 2650 120
<20
Aluminium powder 2654 <20
Aluminium powder 2913 <20
<20
Aluminium powder 2915 <20
<20

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


<20
Aluminium powder 291 8 <20
<20
Aluminium powder 2920 <20
<20
Aluminium powder 2653 20
Aluminium powder 2435 99 64 47 22
Aluminium powder 2651 22
22
Aluminium powder 2652 24
Aluminium powder 2919 24
Aluminium powder 0673 82 60 27
100
Aluminium powder 2839 28
Aluminium powder 0674 94 60 17 29
1 00
Aluminium powder 0675 93 60 33 29
Aluminium powder 2914 29
Aluminium powder 0676 95 50 32
Aluminium powder 291 1 35
Aluminium powder 2845 43
43
Aluminium powder 1666 95 92 82 60 33 49
1 00
100
Aluminium powder 0677 67 29 16 52
Aluminium powder 2840 57
Aluminium powder 2844 64
Aluminium powder 2841 65
Aluminium powder 2843 65
Aluminium powder 2846 67
Aluminium powder 0678 100 60 67
Aluminium powder 0679 100 50 71
100
Aluminium powder 1932 100 86 14 88
100
Alumin~umpowder, 2436 90
atomised
Aluminium powder, 2808 29
olloy

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of app/icability!


Lower Max. Kgt Explo- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Ternpera- bustibil-
Limit Over- 9en Energy ture ity
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
Yes C1
<1 n.ind.
Ye5 <1
<1 n ind.
Yes <1
<1 n.ind.
Yes <1
<1 n.ind.
Yes 10/30
30 11.5 1100 St3 500 n.g.u.450
Yes 8/14
10/100 n.ind.
Yes 10/30
Yes 10/100
13.0 600 St 3 520 410
4
Yes 10/100
30 124 415 St3 710 n.g.u.450
4
30 124 342 Si3 680 n.g.u.440 2
Yes 5/12
30 129 430 St3 610 n g.u.450 4
Ye5 10/100
Ye5 <1
<1 n.ind.

360 2
30 9.2 100 St 1 520
125 9.0 121 St1 820 n.g.u 450
Yes 30/ 100
Yes 100/300
Yes 300/ 1000
Yes 300/ 1000
Yes 300,' 1000
10.0 29 St 1
250 10.0 37 St 1 n.i.u.850 ng.u.450 1
St 1
1
200 St 1
500 8.4 46 St 1 850 n g.u.450

Yes 10/100
and 1 1 % sil~concarb~de

364 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Lower Max. Ks, Expio- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Volue sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperature Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture iV
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/rn3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
30 1st 3) 2

5.4 16 St 1

1
30 St 1
Yes 100/300

3
100 1st 21
3
100 1st 2)

15 12.1 83 St 1 530 280


5
(St 2)
15 8.4 77 St 1 560 290
5
1st 2)
2
100 1st 2)

1
30 St 1
> 1000 620 n.g.u.450
n.1. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n I. n.1.u 850 n.g.u 450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n i. n.i U 850 n.g.u 450
1
n.i. n g.u.450

2
200 St 1

2000 St 1 2
nI n.i.u 850 n.g u 450
1

SI 1 2
n.1.
1
250 9.4 230 St 2 760 n.g.u.450
10.6 193 St 1 820 n g u 450
100
Aluminium-magnesium alloy 0688 42 132
Aluminium/magnesium oxide 2656 <20
(80 20) <20
Aluminium/mognesium oxide 2666 <20
(60 40)
Aluminiurn/magnesiurn oxide 2665 <20
( 4 0 60)
Alumin~um-nicke1alloy 0689 95 86 <10
Aluminium-nicke1 alloy 0690 81 61 51 20
Aluminium-nicke1alloy 0 6 91 37 18 90
(50 50)
Aluminium-nicke1 olloy 0692 93 16 105
(50 50)
Aluminium-silicon-ironalloy 1701 100 78 50 32
(40 45.15) 100
Alurniniurn/brass/cost iron, 5 150 98 94 59 42 27 80 02
grinding 100 02
100 02
Aluminium/epoxy resin 0693 100
(4 1) 100
Aluminium/glass 2458 94 70 45 22
Aluminium/graphite 2459 50 20 10 71
(38 54)
Alurn~nium/plastics 1140 100 99 98 95 87 2
(waste material processing)
Aluminium/plastics 1141 98 96 91 84 62 16
(waste material processing) 100
Aluminium/plastics 1656 40 15 5 3 2 570
(shavings) 10 0
100
Aluminiuim, MV 52pm/ 0694
sodium, MV 195pm (2 1) 10 0
Alurniniuim, MV 52pm/sodi- 0695
um nitrate, MV 195pm/ 10 0
res~n,MV 33pm (1 1 1 )
Alurninium/steel, 5135 99 96 89 57 25 55 02
grind~ng 1 00 02
100 02

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


(91% Sb2S3, 8 % S102, 100
1 % Pb, As, Fe sulphides) 100
Antimony ore 1143 40 22 450
(42% Sb&, 31 % Si02, 100
10% PbS, Fe, As sulphides 100
and As silicates)

Borrde mix 5415 100 96 72 15 1.2


Boride rnix 5418 100 50 22 32 1.5
Boride rnix 5417 100 97 81 42 37 1.2
100 1.2
Boride mix 5416 100 94 55 14 58 0.7
1 00 07
Bross, 0782 100
polishing 100
Brass/chromium/nrckel, 0783 1 00
polishing 1 00
Brass/copper/bronze, 1589 80 53 35 18 9 210
polishing 1 00
100
Brass/copper/bronze/steel, 1590 83 68 53 35 15 120
pol~shin~ 100
100
Brass/copper/bronze/steel, 1736 78 65 51 27 7 124
polishing, dust deposrts 100
100
Brass/steel, 1596 99 97 87 67 49 38
grinding 100
Brass/stee/, 1597 92 76 36 11 3 1 60
grinding, dust deposits 100
1 00
Brass/zinc, 0784 100
polishrng 1 00
Bronze powder 2795 <10
Bronze powder 2796 <10
Bronze powder 2794 25
Bronze powder 4002 27
Bronze powder 4001 29
Bronze powder 3000 34
Bronze powder [gold bronze] 0696 97 60 18
Bronze powder [gold bronze] 2644 <20

368 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabi/ity!


100 60 31 28
Caiciumaiuminium alloy 1444 100 70 44 39
(50 50) 100 65 39 26
100 65 39 26
Ca/ccumuluminiumalloy 2460 68 46 22
(30.70) 100
Ca/cium-meta1granulate 5001 63 16 6 2 440
1 00
Calcium-meta1granulate, 5002 71 39 27 15 10 3 10
wrth ox~dicslags 100
Calcium silicide 1478 100 73 41 41
100
Caiciurn-silicon alloy 0697 94 75 48 21
Calcium-silicon alloy 246 1 95 90 65 39 24
Calcium-silicon alloy 2462 87 55 28
Ca~cium-siliconalloy 2463 1 930
CO~CIU~-SI~JCO~ olloy 0698 72 37 i7 42
(40 50) 100
Calcium-silicon alloy 0699 73 37 21 43
(30% Ca, 60 % SI, 1 00
6 % Fe) 100
Calcium-silicon alloy 1702 100 80 56 28
(30 60) 100
Calcium-siliconaluminivm 0700 97 66 42 24
olloy [approx 20 50 20) 1 00
Calcium-silicon-bariumalloy 2464 81 62 38 26 48
Cobaltaluminium alloy 2475 96 35 16 40
(80% Co, 19 % Al)
Cobaltalum~nium-trtanium 0716 92 61 41 25
alloy (62 18 20)
Cobaltaluminrum-titaniurn 2476 97 48 27 34
olloy (65 10 24)
Cobalt metal powder 1955 100 <10
Cobalt meta1 powder 5014 100 <10
Copper, oxidised 2477 85 80 65 16
Copper powder 0717 99 77 25
Copper/a~uminium, 5134 100 95 45 10 70 03
grinding 100 03
Copper-aluminrum-zinc alloy 5 1 14 99 93 78 57 44 46 00
occording to Devarda 100 78 54 14 00
(5045 5) 100 78 64 14 00

370 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


15 9.0 309 St 3 <10 550
<10 n ~nd.
30 103 298 St2 4
15 94 384 St3 <10 560
<I0 n ind
112 420 St3 6 600 n g.u 450
6
06 4 St 1
4
n I.
2
1
St 1
60 98 200 St 1 770 n g U 440 1
250 94 111 Si1 n 1.u 850 n g u 450 1
>I00 770 n g u.450
n I n I u.850 n g u 450
125 97 209 St2 670 n.g.u 450
1
125 93 184 St1 720 n g U 450
1
St 1
1
1 00 SI 1
30 96 190 Stl 620 n g U 450 4
1st 21
125 96 153 St1 720 n.gu450 1
n I. n 1.u 850 n g u450 1

500 74 134 St1 730 n g u.450

n I n 1.u 850 n g U 450 1

500 St 1 4
200 St 1 4
n I. n 1.u 850 n.g.u.450
n I.
1
100 St 1
1
125 82 177 St1 14 <10 n.1 u.600
10/ 100 n lnd
atomised (80 % Mn) 100
Ferrornanganese 2468 99 97 90 <10
(additives of Cr, Mo)
Ferrornanganese, 0708 44 20 81
blast furnace
Ferrornonganese 0709 9 2 32 220
Ferrornolybdenum 0710 39 16 86
Ferroniobium 1145 100 98 64 42 25 88
(67 % N b ] 100
Ferrosilicon 2470 91 76 57 17
(75 % SI), dust deposits
Ferrosilicon 2469 99 77 57 17
(47 % SI. 24 % Fe, 17 %Mg)
Ferrosilicon 2471 97 70 47 21
(73 %Si, 21 %Fe)
Ferrosilicon 4369 21
Ferrosilicon 1497 100 98 66 21
(15 %Si, 5 %TiOz 80%Fe)
Ferrosilicon 071 1
(48 %SI, 38 %Fe,lO%Mg)
hurnidity normal 97 59 39 27
humidity <25 %I 97 59 39 27
Ferrosrlicon 1146 100 90 70 48 35
1 00
Ferrosilicon 2472 92 74 42 27 40
Ferrosilicon 1147 100 75 42 26 74
100
Ferrosilicon 071 2 70 45 21 80
(45 %)
Ferrosilicon 1148 100 96 57 31 17 105
(45 %), passivoted
Ferrosilicon 2473 82 28 1C. 210
Ferrosilicon 2474 1 830
Ferrosilicon-zirconium 51 18 100 67 37 23 89 0 0
(50 % SI, 4 0 % Zr) 10 0 0 0

372 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits o i applicabiiity!


(40%) 100
Ferrotitanium 0714 57 30 110
Ferrovanadiurn 0715 28 14 1 70

Hard metal 1149 100 95 68 40 43


(TC, TIN, WC, VC, Mo), 1 00
sowing
High grade zinc cost alloy, 1 226 99
grinding and polishing
High grade zinc cost alloy, 1227 99 97 86 62 26
grinding and polrshing 100
High grade zinc cast alloy, 1 228 93 92 87 79 56 28
grinding and polishing, 100
from wet separotor 100
High grade anc cast. alloy, 1 216 99 96 76 51 32
grinding 100
High grade zinc cast alloy, 1486 96 92 84 72 44 35
grinding ond polishing 100
1 00
Hlgh grade zinc cost. olloy, 5020 87 84 75 66 39 44
grinding ond polishing 100
1 00
High grade zinc cast alloy, 1217 99 90 56 25 55
plunge-cut grinder 100
High grade zinc cast. alloy, 1205 86 60 35 15 2 190
polishing 100
100

lron 2465 98 82 67 12
lron powder 2466 88 50 26 32
lron powder 1496 100 43 35
lron powder 3236 100 56 21 58 00
1 00 00
lron powder 0703 22 5 169
lron powder, carbonyl iron 0701 96 <10
lron powder, electrolytic 0702 74 53 25
100
100
lron slurry, 0705 35 18 120
from wet dust coilector
Iran slurry powder 0706 31 4 150

374 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


Lead bronze 5296 100 97 93 <10 05

Magnesium 2702 78
Magnesium shavings, 1531 79 15 2 1 400
impure 100
100
Magnesium shavings, 1533 52 27 6 2 1 430
irnpure 1 00
1 00
Magnesium shavings, 1532 31 20 2 800
irnpure 100
1 00
Magnesium shovings 1884 1 1 2500
Magnesium dross 0723 14 149
100
100
Magnesium powder 0720 100 70 28
Magnesium powder 0721 99 1 240
100
100
Magnesium powder 0722 94 400
100
100
Magnesium powder 1897 48 24 4 1 520
100
Magnesium powder, 1898 52 23 15 12 8 470
10 % white Iime powder 100 -

376 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabilih/!


NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
Metol powder 3420 100 87 55 25 60 0.0
(74% Fe, 20 % Cr) 100 0.0
100 00
Meta1 powder, 341 9 100 94 74 33 45 0.0
rnechanlcally alloyed 100 00
(74% Fe, 20 % Cr)
Meta1 powder, 3421 52 29 14 2 1 450 0.0
rnechanically olloyed 100 0.0
(683 %Ni, 17%Cr) 1 00 00
100 0.0
Metal powder 3350 83 80 78 74 64 12 01
TIC (50% titaniurn, 100 01
50 % CIN, bonded) 100 01
Metal powder 3349 1 00 95 74 19 0.1
TIC/TIN (50 % titanlum, 100 0.1
50 % CIN)
Metol powder 335 1 100 96 <10 00
W C (50% tungsten,
50 % CIN)
Metallic alloy 1 705 100 71 43 40
(50% SI, 10 %Mg, Fe) 100
Metollic alloy 1706 100 72 45 40
(50% SI, 5 % Mg, Fe) 1 00
Metallic ailoy 1704 1 00 70 39 45
(62% SI, Fe] 100
Molybdenum 2483 1 00 96 92 <10

Neodym~um/dysprosium/ 28 19 24
iron/boron/olurniniurn
Neodym~urn/dysprosiurn/ 2820 24
~ron/boron/oluminiurn 24
Neodymium-iron-boronalloy 443 1 99 53 17 59
100
1 00
Neodyrnium-lron-bbron- 1 150 100 87 71 50 30 63
mognetic powder alloy 100
(33% Nd, 66 % Fe, 1 % B) 100
Nickel powder 0727 50 5 71
N~ckelalurn~nrurn alloy 5215 100 99 95 <10 02
(catalyst key alloy)
N~ckel~lurninium alloy 1448 100 99 95 <10

380 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabiliiy!


1 00
Nickelalurninium olloy 1835 100 98 79 50 33 63
Nickel-metol mix olloy 2975 38
38
Nickel/alurninium (3070) 2695 73
Nickel/aluminium (3070) 2696 140
Niobium 1151 87 44 24 9 3 300
(6.1 % Al) 100
100

Silicomangonese 1 947 100 99 93 <10


Silicomonganese 0728 76 51 25 68
Silicon 2486 100 99 <10
Silicon 2485 99 98 97 <10
Silicon (988%) 2484 <10
Silicon 5517 100 98 91 84 <10 04
Silicon 2801 13
Silicon 2487 92 14
Silicon 1152 100 99 93 87 66 15
1 00
Silicon 2488 90 70 57 16
Silicon 2489 99 97 75 48 21
Silicon 2804 22
Silicon 2805 27
Silicon 5516 100 98 97 66 50 19 32 07
Silicon 2490 62 31 21 55
Silicon (982 %) 2491 100 42 75
Silicon (97%) 2492 100 78 4 108
Silicon 2493 41 25 150
Silicon (985 %) 2494 100 5 1 70
Silicon (99%) 2495 100 185
Silicon 2496 250
Silicon (993 %) 2497 100 40 255
Silicon 2498 63 440
Silicon 1544 100 87 45 13 8 140
(1 05 % orgon additives) 100
1 00
Silicon filter sludge 1449 99 90 72 61 55 30
1 00
100 84 69 12
Steel 1154 96 94 90 81 63 20
(tinplote], 100
cutting and punching 100

382 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


500 6.7 99 St1 2
n.i.
60 9.5 116 St 1 >I00 n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450 1
125 10.2 126 St1 >30 n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450 3
125 10.7 120 St1 n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
200 St 1 300/ 1000 490 2
Yes 30/300
60 10.2 104 St1 800 n.g.u.450
1
200 St 1
60 9.4 100 St 1 800 n.g.u.450
125 10.8 135 St 1 >I00 n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450 1
Yes 100/300
YeS 300/ 1000
200 St 1 470 2
125 10.0 168 Stl n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.1. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.1. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450
n.i. n.i.u.850 n.g.u.450

2
100 St 1

350 2
125 9.8 155 St 1 lOO/lOOO n.i.u.600

4
200 St 1
Tantalurn-n~obiurnalloy 2499 97 90 80 <I0
T~taniurn 0729 100
1 00
Titanium, 2567 97 90 62 17
grinding
Titaniurn 2500 98 55 24 30
Titaniurn, 1221 89 64 37 18 4 1 70
wet gr~nding 1 00
1 00
T~taniurn, 1222 94 66 21 10 5 205
dry grinding 100
1 00
Titan~urn,pre-oxidised 2501 77 46 26 35

384 NOTE: Take notice of the iirnits of applicability!


(20% Ca, 48 % Si, 100
19 % Ti, 12 % Fe)
Titanium/titanium dioxide, 1 156 61 40 28 12 6 310
dust deposits 100
1 00
Titaniurn sponge 0730 100
1 00

Zinc 0733 99 <10


Zinc 0734 97 91 72 10
Zinc, 073 1 91 72 53 19
from crude galvanisation 100
Zinc 2625 120
Zinc, 0732 93 70 21
from crude golvonisation
Zinc 2800 24
Zinc, 5197 93 90 86 74 58 24 2.9
grinding and polishing 100 1.5
1 00 1.5
Zinc 4432 100 91 29 25 1.3
100 1.3
Zinc 2503 75 46 20 36
Zinc, 0735 47 18 128
produced by blowing 100
1 00
Zinc 2508 92 42 28 11 1 60
100
Zinc 2509 245
Zinc oxide 5423 100 97 88 78 76 10 2.6
100 0.6
100 0.6
Zinc, flame sproying 5390 100 98 95 77 15 0.5
100 0.5
Zinc, fiarne spraying, 5389 100 98 92 71 42 40 0.1
dust deposits 100 0.1
Zinc, florne sproying 2504 94 69 25 54
Zinc, flame spraying 2506 52 16 7 68
Zinc, flome sproying 2507 81 43 9 76
Zinc, arc sproying 2502 88 51 30 30
Zinc, orc spraying 2505 83 56 19 5 62
Zinc pressure die costing 5378 94 81 30 19 8 170 0.2
(Zamak], grinding 100 0.2
100 0.2

386 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Ammonium nitrate

surface treatment with ~aolin


Ammonium nitrote/dicyan- 1 157 1 00
diamide 12 1 ) 100
Ammonium nitrate/dicyan- 25 10 60 42 35 50
diamide (2 1 )
Ammonium nitrate/dicyan- 25 1 1 47 36 30 130
diamide (2 1 )

Boran carbide 1816 100 98 110


Boron carbide 1817 100 99 <10
Boron carbide 5071 100 99 <10 09
Boron carbide 1819 100 96 <10
Baron carbide 1542 100 99 73 42 40
1 00
Boron carbide 1665 97 92 85 70 47 34
from smelting operahon, i 00
dust deposits 100
Boron nitride 1936 100 95 53 16 3 124
100
1 00

Calcium carbide 2512 95 85 74 14


Calcium carbide, 0740 86 65 51 19
dirv (30% CaC03)
Calcium carbide 2658 33
(6% hard cool)
Calcium carbide 2659 37
(6% polysh/rene)
Calcium carbonate, 1158 100 95 82 15
precipitated
Carbon fibres 1162 100
(99% C) 100

Enamel powder, 5142 100 90 70 17 03


pyrolitic 1 00 03

Graphite 443 3 1 00
100
Graphite 1450 100 99 97 93 <10 07
(~encilsharpening rnachine]

388 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


n.1. 520 rnelts l(1I
n.1. 530 rnelts 1(1 j

1p.i
100 St 1
250 7.0 21 St 1 390 n.g.u.450

n.i. 520 n.g.u.450

125 8.2 139 Stl n.i.u.600 1


125 8.4 142 Stl 3
125 6.7 26 St 1 106/2, 1o6 n.i.u.600 3
125 8.5 152 St1 4
2
St 1

1
ni no

1
n.1. no

n.1. n.i.u.850 410


n.i. 840 n.g.u.450

>I000

> 1000

n.i. 1

2
30 St 1

1
n.i. no

510
35 Yes 800
60 5.5 86 St 1 > 10000 580 2
Product aroup 2.2 Particle Size Distribution Median Moisture
Other inorganic % by weight Value Content
products

Material Mat.- <500 <250 4125 <71 4 3 432 420 pm % by


No. prn pm prn yrn prn yrn pm weight
Graphite 0742 96 84 70 11
(91% C )
Graphite 0743 92 80 64 15
(85% C)
Graphite, 5253 91 88 80 76 60 17 0.5
cutting 1 00 05
100 0.5
Graphite 2513 88 52 32 31
Graphite, duo 1685 80 75 68 50 39 63
1 00
1 00
Graphite, electrode 2515 95 70 44 22
Graphite, electrode 1908 100 96 65 32 45
(99% C] 100
Graphite, expanded 2514 51 490
Graphite, natural 1682 100 97 84 11
(94% C)
Graphite, natural, large 1 159 100 97 7
crystalline (99.5 % C)
Graphite, natural, large 1473 1 00
crystalline (995% C)
Graphite, natural, large 1 160 1 00 94 54 31
crystalline (90% C] 100
Graphite cool, 5541 83 66 54 39 30 100 1 1
cutting 100 1 1
1 00 1 1
Graphite cool, 5540 66 55 41 18 11 200 0.5
cutting 100 0.5
1 00 0.5
Graphite/vinyl acetate/ 1451 100 89 73 56 46 49 1.6
ethylene copolyrners/clay 1 00 16
1 00 1.6

Magnesite 3061 100 89 54 24 60


1 00
Molybdenurn disulphide 0746 92 75 53 19

Phosphorus, red 2525 1 00 92 59 18

Sol arnrnoniac 1846 100 92 75 39 20 81


[arnrnoniurn chloride) 1 00
and raffinade 100
Silicon carbide 5070 100 99 <10 0.6
Silicon carbide 1553 100 c10

390 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabilify!


(95% organ additives)

(4% sacchar~des, 100 05


4% fatty acids, emulsifier) 100 05
Silicon n~tride 1937 100 98 25 5 89
1 00
Sil~conniiride 1543 100 99 81 41 13 75
(45 % Organ addltlves) 100
Sodiurn chlorite INaCl02) 2516 83 45 22 35
Sodiurn fluoride 0747 94 66 26
Sodlurn nitraie 0748 98 15 195
100
Sodiurn n~trate/Dglucitol 4425 100 90 64 13
(8614) 100
Sodiurn n~trate/hydrocarbonic 4426 100 93 64 12
wox (955) 100
Soot water concentrafe 2534 95 88 78 69 10
Sulphur 2535 97 85 71 12
Sulphur 2536 96 80 60 16
Sulpbur 0764 96 70 51 20
100
Sulphur 2537 86 23 40
Sulphur 2538 87 20 40
Sulphur 2539 53 32 7 120
Sulphur 1837 25 16 10 6 3 1400
1 00
1 00
Sulphur, aerosil 0765 75 59 15
1 00
100
Sulphur, wettable 0767 1 00
(80% sulphur) 100
Sulphur, wettable 0766 30 12 8 97
(80% sulphur) 1 00
1 00
Sulphur, wettable 1168 99 90 58 27 9 110
100
100
Sulphur/carbon 0769 100
(7030) 100
Sulphur/carbon) 0770 100
(4060) 100
Sulphur/inert substance 0768 1 00 98 <10
(4060)

392 NOTE: Take notice of the Iimits of applicability!


SI 1

280 3
30 Si 1 10/100 290
2
St 1
2
SI 1
nI n.i.u.850 285
n i.
nI n.i.u.850 rneits
l(11
rneits
490 Yes 450
melk
51 0 450
125 4.8 7 St 1 600 340 1
Yes <1 240 250
Yes <1 280 260
30 6.8 151 Stl 280 5
1st 2)
Yes >3 330 270
Yes <1 350 280
Yes >5 370 270

5
30 1st 2)
30 7.0 174 St 1 270
5
(St 21
5
15 St 1
30 67 62 St 1 280 280
5
1st 21

250
Yes 250 250
5
30 P t 2)
5
30 (st 2)
60 6.0 53 St 1
iinished product 10 0
Titaniurn carbide, 0772 100
raw product 100
Titaniurn corbonitride 1668 100 53 32 30
(80%Ti, 10%C, 10% NJ
Titaniurn carbonitride 1583 100 83 60 43 47
[78%Ti, 10%C, 1 0 % N ] 100
Titaniurn diboride/iron spray 1454 100 <I0
granul. (85 % by vol. TiBi,
15 % by vol. Fe, 2.5 % by
weight organic binder)
Titaniurn hydride 0774 100
100
Titaniurn suboxide 0775 10 0
10 0

Zinc oxide 2540 72 35 20 46


Zinc oxide 2541 81 22 2 10
Zirconium diboride 1455 <10

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


dust from weighing station 100
100
Abrasive lining, 1563 90 86 81 73 66 <10
mixing shop 100
100
Abrasive lining, 1566 60 52 45 41 33 180
mixing shop 100
100
Abrasive lining 1564 58 45 27 9 3 300
(finished mix, asbestos-free] 100
100
ABS raw material/fillers/ 1 887 95 50 17 7 4 250
paint residues 100
1 00
ABS raw material/fillers/ 1888 95 49 16 6 5 25 1
paint res~dues 100
100
Adhesive and Filling paste 1769 99 97 77 50 30 63
(40 % synthetic resin, 100
20 % cellulose, 14 % metal
soap, 28 % quartz sand)
Adhesive premix 1917 99 96 77 43 30 66
for dry adhesive 100
Aluminium and iron oxide 1839 100 95 69 51 45 61
contoining rnixture 100
100
Aluminium and iron oxide 1840 96 83 80 21 3 105
contornrng mixture 100
100
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5439 93 74 50 26 8 125 0.8
cuiiing, grinding 100 0.8
100 0.8
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5438 90 72 40 8 4 180 0.4
refacing 100 04
100 0.4
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5436 88 64 24 6 3 230 1.2
cuiiing, milling, sawing 100 1.2
100 1.2
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5437 72 53 30 15 4 240 0.3
cutting, welding 100 0.3
100 0.3
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5435 88 49 20 14 5 251 07
grinding, milling, welding 100 0.7

396 NOTE: Take notice of the limits oF applicabiliiy!


rivetting, seam finishing

Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5430 38 30 21 9 4 700 1.3


coarse and fine cleaning 100 1.3
100 1.3
Aluminium bodywork repoirs, 5434 41 32 18 7 3 700 0.6
cuiiing work 100 0.6
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5432 30 22 17 7 3 800 0.4
welding 1 00 0.4
100 0.4
Aluminium bodywork repairs, 5431 28 23 11 5 2 900 0.4
cuiting 100 0.4
100 0.4
Aluminium oxide/magnesium 1759 100 99 <lO
oxide/glycerol
[23%:35%:11
%)
Aluminium oxide/magnesium 1760 100 <10
oxide/propylene glycol
[23%:37%:11
%)
Aluminium processing, 2635 66
dust deposits
Aluminium/paper 3176 91 46 22 8 4 270 3.7
100
100
Aluminium/plastic 1554 44 18 6 2 1 540
(multilayer facade slab), 100
cuiiing 1 00
Aluminium/polyesier powder 1518 99 98 96 82 69 14
100
Aluminium/polyester powder 1516 1 00 84 67 17
100
Aluminium/polyester powder 1515 100 77 46 36
100
Alurnini~m/~ol~ester
powder 1517 100 70 45 39
100
Aluminium/polyethylene 1612 80 44 20 10 6 300
1 00
100
Aluminium/polye~hylene 161 1 68 30 14 9 5 390
100
1 00
Aluminium/polyethylene 1810 10 3 1 880
1 00

398 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of appIicability!


Aluminium/rubber/steel 1766 90 78 53 33 21 115
1 00
100
Aluminium/rubber/steel, 1767 59 30 13 9 5 440
dust deposits 100
100
Aluminum oxide/poly(vinyl 4438 100
butyral) (75:25)
Ash 2542 97 92 87 82 <10
(heoting power stotion)
Ash, fly, 1197 100 99 92 6
from electr. precipitator
Ash, fly 1738 100 99 95 91 <10
(carbon, zinc oxide eic.) 1 00 <10
Ash, fly 2555 84 67 55 16
lobout 50 % carbon)
Ash, rice husk 2543 92 55 34 110
Ash concentrate 2544 87 61 48 21

Battery manufacture, 5243 <250 0.0


waste product (lithium satt/
lith.silicon, lith.-oluminium/
iron sulphide/heoting set]
Bentonite, active/gas flame 1 181 98 92 81 68 43 35
cool (50:50) 100
1 00
Bentonite, octive/resin 1180 1 00 88 51 30
(50:50] 100
Bentonite, octive, 5238 100 99 91 65 44 40 8.9
with hydrocarbon polymer/ 100 5.2
coaldust/soda 100 5.2
Bentonite/asphalt/hard cool/ 1 169 90 55 54
orgonic buffer substances 100
(1 5:45:35:5) 100
Bentonite/bitumen/coal 1 1 70 99 95 75 41 39
(40:30:30) 100
Bentonite/coal 1171 98 86 69 41 42
[50:50) 100
Bentonite/coal ond polymers 1 172 94 53 60
(7030) 100
100

400 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


hard coal (1 0:45:45)

hard coal (50:30:20)

402 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


404 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!
n.1 no

4
30 St 1

St 1 4
n.1. '431

n.1. 2131

n.i. 2

2
200 St 1
500 6.1 27 Stl
3

4
200 St 1
4
60 5.3 223 St 2

480 4
30 10.6 485 St 3 540

2
30 ist 21
1
100 SI 1
1
30 5.2 100 Stl

1
30 84 175 St1

1
15 7.2 133 Stl
sting agent chill cast shot)
Blasting dust, 1580 93 48 23 9 3 230
alurninium ond steel 100
(blasting agent steel shot) 100
Blosting dust, 5251 83 26 11 3 1 350 01
aluminium and steel 100 01
(blasting agent. corundurn] 100 01
Blasting dust, 5317 100 96 73 59 25 0.1
aluminium, steel and 100 01
rubber rnetal parts 5316 100 86 34 9 79 01
(blastingogent: steel shot) 100 0.1

Blasting dust, 1239 98 88 75 58 25


Al and 10 % C u 100
sand or ch~llcosting
[blasting agent light rnetol)
Blasting dust, 5045 99 85 64 60 58 22
Al end Zn die casting 100
(blastingogent stainless 100
steel shot)
Blasting dust, 5278 100 98 95 87 <10 13
AIS11 2Cu 100 1.3
(blostingogent cast stain- 5277 100 95 9 5 105 01
less steel) 100 0 1

Blasting dust, 5098 99 89 86 86 86 <10 0.2


ball blasting of steel 100 02
[blasting agent: Steel shot) 100 0.2
Blosting dust, 1734 97 88 58 42 30 90
cosi iron 100
(blasting ogent steel shot] 100
Blasting dust, 1943 100 94 40 35
chrome-nicke1steel (blasting 100
agent. cerarnic gronulate)
Blosting dust, 1974 1 00 93 52 30
chrome-nicke1steel and cast 100
aiuminiurn (blasting agent
cerarnic granulote], from
dust collector container
Blasting dust, 5041 100 99 65 50 46 63
GBAISi1 2 (Cu) 100
Blasting dust, 5042 100 99 38 24 19 150
GB-AIS11 2 (Cu] 100

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


paint ond rust rernoval of
cast and rolled steel

PUR rnould cornponents for


rernoval of ureo residues
[blast agent wolnut sheils)

408 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


n.1. no

3
St 1

3
St 1

2
500 St 1

2
St 1

3
St 1

5
30 8.1 106 Stl <10 450
<10 n.ind.

2
200 St 1

1
n.i. no
1
100 St 1
3
200 St 1 10/100 340

3
200 St 1

2
500 St 1
2
St 1
4
200 St 1
(blasting ogent: corundurn) 5464 100 98 81 55 37 50 0.2
100 0.2

Blasting dust, 5515 100 76 51 31 62 0.1


steel and alurniniurn 100 0.1
[blasting agent: steel shot)
Blasting dust, 5341 95 82 44 17 7 140 0.1
steel and alurniniurn 100 0.1
1 00 0.1
Blasting dust, 5454 59 42 31 24 17 350 0.1
steel and alurniniurn 100 0.1
1 00 0.1
Blasting dust, 0796 100
titaniurn (blasting agent: 100
granulated walnut shells)
Blasting dust, 1232 100 97 92 77 11
vanadiurn/alurniniurn alloy 1 00
[blasting agent: light rnetal)
Blasting dust, 0797 1 00
zinc 100
[blasting agent: cast steel)
Elasting dust, 5601 100 97 93 86 73 10 0.4
zinc coated steel 1 00 0.4
[blasting agent: sand]
Blasting dust, 5599100 71 28 5 1 190 0.1
zinc coated steel 100 0.1
[blosting agent: sond) 1 00 0.1
Blasting dust, 5600 99 56 11 2 240 0.1
zinc coated steel 1 00 0.1
[blasting ageni: sand), cabin 100 0.1
Blasting dust, 28 15 <10
zirconiurn
Blasting dust, 1243 100 96 70 36 44
cleaning of alurniniurn sand
casting [blast. ogent: light
rnetal), dust collector
Blasting dust, 1246 100 76 39 23 82
cleaning of Al ond CuZn 100
Sand or chill casting
(blasiing agent: steel shot),
frorn dust collector

41 0 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Lower Max. Ksf Expio- Limit. Minimum lgnition Glowing Com-
Explos. Explos. Value sibility Oxy- lgnition Temperaiure Tempera- bustibil-
Limit Over- gen Energy ture iV
pressure Conc. G-G BAM
g/m3 bar bar m/s % by mJ "C "C "C BZ
vol.
1
n.1. no
1
n.1. no

2
500 St 1

1
500 St 1

3
200 St 1
4
30 St 1

2
30 82 188 St1

4
(St 21

3
200 St 1

1
500 St 1

1
1000 St 1
> 1000

n.1. 1

410 1
200 St 1 510
(blasting agent: light rnetal)
Blasfing dust, 1885 100 95 94 92 <10
cleaning of vuicanisation 100
rnoulds of alurniniurn
(blasting agent: steel balls]
Blasting dust, 1234 35 20 15 11 6 1100
deburring of alurniniurn chill 100
casting {blastingagent: grey 100
cast iron], wet separator
Blasting dust, 1 240 100 99 88 72 17
deburring of alurniniurn die 100
casting (blasting agent:
light rnetal and cast steel]
Blasting dust, 1233 86 84 72 67 55 22
deburring of alurniniurn die 100
casting lblasting agent: grey 100
cast iron), wet separator
Blasting dust, 1241 79 57 29 16 12 250
deburring of alurniniurn 100
die casting 100
[blasting agent: light rnetal)
Blasting dust, 1467 79 19 13 11 9 450
deburring of fine zinc 1 00
alloy castings 100 94 80 11
(blasting agent:steel shot) 100 94 80 11
Blasfing dust, 1469 99 97. 90 81 70 11
descaling and surface 100 88 73 c10
treotrnent of ernulsion 1 470 100 93 71 13
weNed hot rolled steel 1471 99 96 91 84 70 18
(Blasting agent: steel shot] 100 89 61 1A
1472 98 97 91 80 65 19
100 91 64 15
Blasting dust, 1464 100 99 85 69 20
hot blasting of 100 83 61 16
spring elernents 1465 100 95 67 45 38 0.1
100 70 48 22 0.1

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


aluminium sand casting

descaling of aluminium chill

Brass/gun metal/zinc,

Cadmium stearate/lead stea- 1735 100 91 44 32 70


rate/polyacrylate/PVC 100
Calcination, 1893 99 97 88 56 25 58
dust deposits 100

NOTE: Take notice of the Iimits of applicability!


2
100 St 1

2
200 st 1
n.1 1
2
200 St 1

1
125 6.3 33 SI 1

1
15 7.8 118 Stl

2
St 1

250 6.9 71 St 1 530 310

4
200 st 1

2
100 St 1

2
200 St 1

3
200 SI 1 P P

2
100 St 1
2
St 1
mide lirnestone/aluminiurn
(76:14:1 0)
Calcium carbide, techn./dia- 1 188 100 99 92 80 11
mide lirnestone/aluminium
(54:36:1 0)
Calcium carbide, techn./dia- 1 189 97 89 85 81 72 6
mide limestone/aluminium/ 100
magnesium (64:16:10:10) 100
Calcium carbide, techn./dia- 1 190 100 98 91 58 28
mide limestone/magnesiurn 100
(76:14:10)
Calcium carbide, techn./dio- 1 191 100 99 93 87 80 8
mide limestone/rnagnesium
(72:1 8: 10)
Calcium carbide, techn./dia- 1 192 100 98 90 81 72 11
rnide lirnestone/magnesium 100
(64:21:15)
Calcium carbide, techn./dia- 1 193 100 99 93 76 14
mide lirnestone/magnesiurn 1 00
(54:36:10)
Calcium carbonate/graphite 1643 100 99 <10
(50%:40%)
Chewing gum manufacture, 1653 98 98 97 96 87 <10
from dust extraction units 100
Chewing gum rnonufacture, 1651 98 96 94 86 81 c10
from dust extraction units 100
Chipboards, 1224 53 38 24 16 6 400
plasticscoated, 1 00
grinding and cutting 100
Coke drying 5210 81 72 51 31 20 120 0.6
100 0.6
100 66 45 24 0.6
Copper containing 2680 <10
drilling dust
Core, recycling material 1821 46 20 12 8 5 550
100
1 00
Cupola furnace dust 2559 79 73 65 10
Cutting dust, aluminium 5569 96 93 87 79 67 15 2.2
and variaus plastics 100 1.2
100 89 66 12 1.2
Cutting dust, oluminium 5568 94 91 86 74 63 18 4.8
and various plastics 100 1.7
100 93 81 <I0 1.7

416 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicobiliiy!


1 00
Smollbore rifle siond, 1807 74 58 40 28 25 180
dust deposits 100
1 00
Dye, scor~ei/ca~cite 1825 98 98 97 97 93 <10
(4% dye)
Dye, yellow/calcite 1824 100 97 80 <10
(4% dye]

Electrolyte 1774 86 48 13 7 5 290


(78% sugor) 100
1 00
Epoxy resin, glass fibre 1762 97 89 80 60 47 38
reinforced/copper/ 100
olurninium 100

Feed concentrote ~ l a n t , 3172 98 96 93 82 57 25 90


dust deposits 100
Fertiliser dust 1654 94 88 72 40 17 75
100
100
F~bre/res~n
rnlxture 1902 39 36 30 19 12 900 70
1 00
100
Flome spraying compound 1 195 97 77 22
170% sintered magnes~te, 100
30% hgnite flour)
Flame sproylng dust 5297 92 85 78 66 42 40 14
100 14
100 14
Flame sproylng dust, aiurni- 5537 1 00 98 89 <10 07
n~urn/~ron/rnolybdenurn
Flame spraying dust, 1 799 100 98 92 <10
molybdenum
Flame sproying dust, 1196 99 96 96 93 92 <10
molybdenurn

41 8 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicabiliiy!


Grinding agent rnanufacture 1576 98 95 90 78 54 26
[input rnaterials) 100
Grinding agent rnanufacture 1577 99 96 92 67 38 40
(input rnateria/s) 1 00
Grinding dust, alurniniurn/ 5141 98 96 89 68 46 37 1.2
epoxy resin/arnine 100 1.2
hardener/asbestos)
Grinding dust, aluminiurn/ 5054 54 36 21 13 7 450
point (50:50) 100
100
Grinding dust, alurniniurn/ 5229 99 91 71 35 17 86 0.8
plastics 100 0.8
100 0.8
Grinding dust alurniniurn/ 1926 100 97 88 <10
polyester/synthetic resin 100
etc. [processing of goods
vehicle bodies)
Grinding dust, alurniniurn/ 0787 100
wood 1 00
Grinding dust, brake lining 5186 79 64 55 36 18 110 0.7
production 100 0.7
100 0.7
Grinding dvst, car body 5455 99 99 98 92 78 15 0.6
grinding work 100 0.6
100 0.6
Grinding dust, cor body 1 21 3 99 98 97 92 71 20
ports (top coot prirner 100
and knifing filler)
Grinding dust, car body 1 214 100 94 80 57 25
parts (top coat, prirner 100
and knifing filler) -,
Grinding dust, cardboard 1 21 8 70 64 44 25 10 1 60
100
1 00
Grinding dust, clutch linings 5414 99 95 91 80 64 15 1.8
[epoxy resins, glass fibres, 1 00 1.8
latex) 100 81 66 13 1.8
Grinding dust, CoCrMo 5156 99 96 86 59 25 57 39
cast alloy 100 0.3
100 0.3
Grinding dust, contoining 1527 99 96 88 74 42 36
titaniurn 1 00

420 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


Grinding dust, insulation 5047 92 78 54 31 17 120
tubes (hord paper) 100
100
Grinding dust, rnelarnine 5 147 99 97 82 58 35 53 25
forrnoldehyde resins 100 69 55 18 25
Grinding dust, painting 5428 100 98 95 <10 11
preparation
Grinding dust, painting 5427 100 97 95 88 <10 15
preparation 100 15
Grinding dust, paper/mela- 5146 99 92 63 24 8 110 41
rnine formaldehyde resins 100 24
(70 30) 100 42 22 34 24
Grinding dust, polyester/ 2566 98 86 64 16
quarfz
Grinding dust, polyurethane/ 1975 92 89 84 64 36 46
prirnrng 100
100
Grinding dust, putiy 1579 99 98 93 80 54 30
100
Grinding dust, quark-plastic 5023 97 92 80 57 30 57
laminate 100
100
Grinding dust, ship parts, 5 104 34 20 9 5 3 840 17
dust deposits 100 O9
100 09
Grinding dust, TiAI6V4 alloy 5 155 81 73 44 17 10 170 40
100 01
100 01
Grinding dust, underseal, 5055 55 42 31 19 13 390
putty/aluminiurn 1 00
(80 20) 100
Grinding dust, wood/iron/ 0788 100
aluminium/plostics 100
Grinding dust/welding smoke 5429 98 72 43 14 4 150 14
1 00 14

Heat insulation material, 5 1 89 100 97 65 23 19


(66% high dispersive silicic
acid, 33 % Ilmenite,
3 % glass fibre, 1,s X cellu-
lose, 1,5 % titanium boride]

422 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of app/icability!


1 00
Immersion polishing agent 0799 51 465
100
100
Immersion polishing agent 0800 46 600
100
100
Insulation material 1919 93 90 81 60 33 50
[paper, PVC), irorn shred- 100
der unit for copper cables 100

Lead phosphite mixture 5203 6 4 3 2 1 >104 03


(52% dibasic lead phos-
phite, 9 % neutral lead
stearate, 15 % wox)
Lead phosphite mixture 5204 5 5 3 2 1 >10".3
(67% dibasic leod phos-
phite, 6 % neutral lead
stearate, 1 1 % ca/cium
stearate, 2 % wax)
lead stearate/lead sulphate/ 1 182 98 70 35
ca/cium stearate/stearic 100
acid (3 3 1 1 )

Magnesium die cast/wood/ 5282 30 16 4 1 890 0.6


locquer (laminate material),
cutting
Medicament dust 5173 91 83 64 34 22 86 31
100 1 1
100 1 1
Metal/plostics recycling 1945 98 95 89 79 65 12
1 00
Moulding sand/coal 1841 74 67 41 25 12 160
(rnoulding sand prepara- 100
tion), dust deposits 100

NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


(20% N , 55 % CaO,
15 % C), dust deposits
Non-ferrous meial smelting 5 160 100 98 93 88 <10 18
100 18
Non-ferrous rnetal srnelting 5 161 99 99 96 90 81 <10 1.8
100 1.8

OiI shale 221 1 99 79 50 20


011
shale 221 2 71 50 39 32
Oven, 3441 92 88 66 43 32 79 3.9
dust depos~ts 100
100
100
100

Point sludge, 5377 89 79 63 48 20 75 14


dried 100 1.4
1 00 1.4
Point sludge, 5382100 98 60 28 2 100 0.6
dried 100 06
100 3 48 0.6
Parting agent 0804 100
(30% zinc steorate. 55 %SI- 100
licates, 10 % weiting agent)
Porting agent 5504 99 96 85 70 52 30 19
(rnarnlyrnagnesiurn steoratel 100 19
Parting agent dust 5544 90 82 78 40 2 100 1.2
[contoining wax) 100 1.2
100 4 48 1.2
Phenolic resin processing 2834 18
2-phenyl imidazoline/cya- 1829 96 86 80 62 54 26
nuric acid/zinc stearate/ 100
siiico (52:46.1:1 ] 100
100
Polishing dust 1461 77 71 44 10 2 155
(natural latex, purnice 100
and textile particles) 100 13 3 40
100 13 3 40
Polyethylene/paper/ 1939 94 91 86 82 61 15
alurniniurn 100
100

426 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicability!


Polysh/rene/alurniniurn/steel, 5049 38 33 16 11 5 700
offcuts frorn roller blind 100
cases [coarse dust] 100
Polyurethane sandwich 1944 38 34 14 10 5 610
elernents, drilling 100
and cuiting dust 100
Poiassiurn peroxornonosul- 5145 100 61 47 23 0.7
phate/sodium tripolyphor
phate/sodiurn hydrogen
sulphate/sodiurn carbo-
nate/poiyethylene giycoi/
potassiurn benzoate/ten-
srde/perfurne and colouring
Powder rnixture, 5539 100 98 91 77 10 01
(titaniurndioxlde/magnesi- 100 01
um oxide), after annealing
Powder rnixture 5538 100 99 95 75 57 24 0.2
(titaniurndioxide/rnagnesi- 100 02
um oxide], frorn mixer 100 0.2
Printed circuit board 1823 99 98 96 91 80 <10
manufacture, sawdusi 100
Printed circuit board 1525 95 88 80 63 45 39
rnanufacture, 1 00
dust deposits 100
Prinied circuit board 1508 100 98 86 60 38 45
rnonufacture (epoxy res~n, 1 00
Cu, AI), drill shavings
Printed circuit board 1826 92 85 72 48 38 65
rnanufacture, 100
drill shavings 100
Printed circuit board 1921 100 99 71 39 27 78
rnanufacture, 1 00
drilling and cuitlng dust
Printed circuit board 3126 95 73 56 47 38 82
rnanufacture, 100
drill shavings
Printed circuii board 1822 90 72 52 40 30 1 20
rnanufacture, 1 00
drill shavings 100
Printed circuit board 1507 86 65 50 33 24 125
rnanufacture (epoxy resin, 100
Cu, Al], drill shavings

428 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of applicabi/iiy!


drilling and cutting dust
Printed circuit board 1827 92 68 32 16 10 200
manufacture, 100
sawdust 100
Printed circuit board 1509 78 52 41 33 25 210
manufacture (epoxy resin, 100
Cu, Al), drill shavings 1 00
PVC foam sheets, 1463 93 57 17 4 2 240 1.4
grinding and sawing 100 1.2
100 27 10 88 1.2
1 00

Quartz sand/aluminium/ 2958 138


Silicon (80:1 1 :9)

Refuse incinerotion, 1798 95 92 85 73 65 14


dust deposits 100
100
Refuse incineration, 1613 99 98 86 65 47 34
fine smoke dust 100
1614 99 97 81 63 45 40
1 00
1615 100 99 80 62 43 42
100
1616 100 96 78 60 42 43
100
1617 100 95 76 58 40 48
100
1618 99 95 76 56 39 50
100

Roller oil cleaning unit, 1844 100 98 93 78 11 1.6


filter cake ("deoiled") 100 1.6
Roller oil cleaning unit, 1845 100 97 90 73 16 4.5
filier cake ("deoiled") 100 4.5
Roller oil cleaning unit, 1786 98 95 93 85 12 42
filter cake (containing oil) 100
Rubber rnixing operalion, 1291 100 99 89 <10
dust from air extractor 1754 100 99 97 90 82 <10
100
1755 100 99 96 <10
1756 1 00 98 95 <10

430 NOTE: Take notice of the limits of appli~abilit~!


1673 100 98 93 80 64 16
100
Rubber parting cornpound, 1986 100 98 94 <10
filter dust frorn 1987 97 94 88 75 61 16
powder rnixer 100
100

Saw shavings, 5223 26 12 2 1050 0.7


PMMA w~thPC and wood 100 0.7
Saw shavings, 1485 64 24 7 2 1 410
wood and rnetal 1 00
[~nclalurniniurn) 1 00
Sawdust 5044 98 92 73 44 23 78
(concrefe, wood, steel] 100
100
Sewoge sludge 1458 1 00 98 84 70 12
Sewage sludge 1663 100 92 78 63 22
100
Sewage sludge 1662 100 93 76 60 23
1 00
Sewage sludge 2558 99 91 62 45 23
Sewage sludge 2626 42
Sewage sludge 5451 95 93 82 57 21 56 49
100 3.4
100 55 32 30 3.4
Sewage sludge 1459 97 89 75 51 32 60
i00
100 55 25 28
Sewoge sludge 2903 80 4.5
Sewoge sludge 1864 87 76 56 36 21 115 3.8
Sewage sludge 1199 93 75 50 29 14 125
1 00
100
Sewage sludge 2902 250 56
Sewage sludge 2879 420 53
Sewage sludge 2890 700 57
Sewage sludge 5452 23 19 6 2 1 800 57
Sewage sludge 1863 25 14 11 7 5 2300 44
Sewage sludge, 2951
poper manufacfure
Sewage sludge/hard cool 1 664 100 91 66 51 35
I1 21 100

432 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!


434 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of applicability!
Tea decaffeination 1672 83 59 46 39 33 160
100
1 00
Textile dust 5351 26 19 11 6 2 1200 2.2
(iyre recyciing) 100 2.0
100 2.o
Textile dust, 1718 92 89 80 72 57 20
car seat production 100
(flarne retardant material) 1 00
Textile iibres, 1595 100 98 97 91 76 15
dust deposits 1 00
Textile fibres 1593 82 71 64 56 49 36
100
100
Textile iibres, 1594 98 95 87 62 24 52
cleaning shop 100
100
Textile fibres 1591 97 86 71 57 30 60
100
1 00
Textile fibres 1632 78 72 66 53 5 60
100
100
Textile fibres 1592 94 82 57 31 17 115
100
100
Textile fibres 2726 <2000
Textile fibres, 0801 100
natural and rnan-rnade 100
(tearing plant) 0802 100
100

NOTE: Take notice of the limits oi applicability!


Toner 2575 100 <10
Toner 2576 100 <10
Toner 2577 100 <10
Toner 0803 98 <10
Toner 2578 100 95 83 <10
Toner 2579 <10
Toner 2580 99 91 75 13
Toner 258 1 1 00 96 48 21
Toner 2582 1 00 95 30 23
Toner resin 2585 98 78 55 18
Toner resin 2586 99 87 50 20
Toner/lron powder 2583 58 37 60
Toner/iron powder 2584 37 4 83
Toothpaste rnanufacfure 1652 100 94 86 <10

Urea formaldehyde res~n/ 1 198 100 95 63 34 46


hard wheat flour/wood 100
flour/hardener and kaolin
(60.30:3.7)

Vinyl acetate/ethylene 1683 100 85 60 39 23 99


copolyrners/clay 100
100 66 35 26
100 66 35 26

Waste bunker, 5294 100 99 98 95 83 12 3.1


dust deposits 1 00 1.3
1 00 1.3
Welding dust, Inert gas 1229 100 99 97 94 2
welding of alurninium alloys
Welding dust, inet gas wel- 5356 100 98 96 86 61 26 1.1
ding of structural steel 1 00 1.1
Welding dust, plasrna 1820 62 55 46 39 34 180
welding of alurnin~urn 100
sheet under water (sludge) 100
Welding electrode coating, 0789 71 45 39
premix (45% cellulose flour]
Weldlng electrode coating, 0792 84 2 245
prernix (35% cellulose flour) 100
100
Welding electrode coating, 0791 99 24 10 172
premix (5% cellulose flour)
Welding electrode coaiing, 0790 40 14 5 3 150
premlx 11 % cellulose Hour]

438 NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of appli~abilit~!


(wood flour, ornrnoniurn 100
sulphote, glondular iibres, 100
20 % fot)

Zinc baih erniss~ons 1529 62 60 46 29 9 150


i00
100
Zinc stearote/bentonite/ 0806 100
koolin (90.5 5) 100
Zinc stearate/bentonite/ 0807 100
kaolin (6020:20) 1 00
Zinc stearate/bentonite/ 0808 100
kaolin (30 20 50) 100
Zinc siearote/benton~te/ 0809 100
kaolin (20 10.70) 100

NOTE: Take notice of the lirnits of appli~abilii~!


Index of rnaterials

The material narnes in the table below are in Standard style. Chemical substances
listed in alphabetical order und Cover all beginning with a nurnber, e.g. ,,3-amino-2-
product groups. If the narne is a so called chloropyridine", are listed below the first
main entry in the tables above, where the letter, in this case ,,Au.
name appears in first order, the Page num-
ber is printed in bold letters. If the material Additionally to material names, terrns con-
narne appears subsequently (second order) cerning groups, parts or processes are
in column ,,Material1', e.g. as part of mix- listed, e.g. ,,acidU, ,,brake linings",
tures or alloys, the Page number is printed ,,grindingU, ,,polishing".

Material Page Material Page

A-acid 316 Acrylate 170, 224, 270, 270, 306, 322


Abrasive h i n g 396 Acrylic acid 270
ABS 168 ff, 184, 218, 396 Acrylic acid sodiurn acrylate 170
Acenaphthylene 270 Acrylic copolyrner 306
Acetal copolyrnerisate 186 Acrylic fibres 1 70
Acetarnin~th~mol 244 Acrylic resin 180, 224, 226, 228
Acetoacetic acid anilide 2 70 Acrylic rubber 198
Acetoguanarnine 270, 294 Activated carbon 142
Acetone forrnaldehyde sulphite resin 290 Active bentonite 400
Acetyl cysteine 244 Active contact 144
Acetylene coke 142 Active substance 344
Acetylene soot 156 Additive 270, 286
Acetyl~alic~lic acid 244 Additive for brake linings 270
Acid 244, 246, 250, 254, 256, 268, Adhesive and filling puste 396
270, 272, 274, 278, 280, 288, Adhesive premix 396
290, 296, 300, 302, 306, 308, Adipic acid 270
310, 312, 314, 316, 320, 324, Aerosil sulphur 392
326, 334, 336, 3 4 6 , 4 2 2 , 4 2 4 , 4 2 6 Akyd rnelamine resin 228
Acid casein 282 Al silicate 286
Acidic polyester resin 226 Albumin 138
Acidose 270 Alginate 270
Acrylarnide 270 Alginic acid 270
Aliphatic alcohol sulphate sodium salt 344 Aluminium hydroxide hexitol
Alkyl sulphonic acid formaldeh~de codried gel 270
condensation resin 228 Aluminium hydroxide polyethylene
Alkylaryl sulphonate 344 glycol codried gel 270
Alkylbenzenesulfonate 270 Aluminium hydroxide Sugar
Allantoin 244 codried gel 270
Allopurinol 244 Aluminium magnesium hydroxide
Alloy 364, 366, 370, 372, 374, 376, carbonate sorbitol mannitol
378, 380, 382, 384, 386, 404, codried gel 272
408,410,412,420,422,438 Aluminium magnesium hydroxide
Almond flour 244 sulphate 272
Aloin 244 Aluminium magnesium hydroxide
Alpha-cyclodextrine 160 xylitol codried gel 272
Aluminiuim 208, Aluminium nitride 286
3 5 2 ff,
370, 376, 378, 380, Aluminium octoate 272
382, 384, .396 ff, 404, 406, Aluminium oxide 398
408, 41 0, 41 2, 41 6, 41 8, 420, Aluminium poste 360
422,426,428,430,432,436 Aluminium pellets 358, 3 6 0
Aluminium alloy 3 6 4 ff, Aluminium pigment 350
370, 380, 382,410,438 Aluminium powder 3 6 0 ff
Aluminium bodywork repairs 3 9 6 ff Aluminium processing 398
Aluminium cast 356 Aluminium cand casting 414
Aluminium chill 412,414 Aluminium shavings 364
Aluminium chill casting 414 Aluminium spray grit 358
Aluminium di-stearate 330 Aluminium stearate 330
Aluminium die 408,412,414 Aluminium zirconium tetrachlorohydrate
Aluminium die casting 414 glycine complex 272
Aluminium dross 358 Aluminium-iron alloy 364, 366
Aluminium foil grit 358, 378,434 Aluminium-magnesium alloy 366
Aluminium foundry grit 358 Aluminium-nicke1 alloy 3 66
Aluminium grit 3 5 8 ff, 378,434 Aluminium-silicon-iron alloy 366
Aluminium hydroxide 272 Aluminum oxide 400
Alurninium hydroxide calcium Amide 326
carbonate glycin codried gel 272 Amide wax 242, 272
Amine adduct 272 Anirnal protein 1 04
Amine hardener 420 Anode residues 156
Amino aceticacid 268 Anthracene 274
Amino acid mixture 272 Anthracite 142, 146, 152
3-amino-2-chloropyridine 272 Anthracite hard coal 1 46
Arninoguanidine sulphate 272 Anthranilic acid 274
272
2-amino-4-methoxy-6-rnethyl-s-triazine Anthraquinone 274
4-amino-3-rnethyl-N-ethyl-N-(8-hydroxy Anti-adhesive agent 294
ethyll-aniline sulphate 298 Anti-ager agent 274
4-amino-3-methyl-N.N-di-ethyl Anti-settling agent 274
aniline hydrochloride 298 Antirnony ore 368
Aminophenazone 244 Antimony pentasulphide 2 74
Aminoplastic 170 Antimony trisulphide 308
Aminotriazole 244 Antioxidant 274 ff
1 1-aminoundecanoic acid 272 Apple powder 54
Arnitriptyline~xidedih~drate 244 Arc sprayed aluminium 354
Arnmivisnaga umbellae 244 Arc sprayed zinc 386
Ammonium chloride 390 Aroma 54, 58, 98, 252, 278, 328
Ammonium iron salt of ethylene Artificial silk flock 170
diarnino tetra-acetic acid 3 10 As bestos 420
Ammonium nitrate 388 Ascorbic acid 244
Ammonium salt 272 Ascorbyl palmitate 278
Ammonium sulphate 440 Ash 146,400
Amorphous carbon 156, 3 2 6 Ash concentrate 400
Amylase concentrate 272 Asphalt 400
Anhydrite 272 Auramine base 278
Anhydrous dextrose 272 Azacycloheptane-2,2-diphos-
Anhydrous rnagnesium citrate 256 phonic acid 278
Aniline-dressed leather 1 64 Azo dicarbonarnide 278
2-anilin0-4,6-dimethyl-~~ridine 342 Azo dye 346
Animal fattening product 52 Azo pigment 342
Anirnal feed 52 ff
Anirnal feed binder 54 Bacterial lysate
Animal meal 54 Balsam resin
Banana dry arorna 54 Bis-(2-tert.-butylperoxyisopropyl)-
Banana flakes 54 benzene 280
Banana powder 56 Bis-stearoyl 242
Barium alloy 370 Biscuit crurnbs 56
Barium stearate 3 12, 3 3 0 Biscuit dough 56
Barium sulphate 218, 3 5 0 2,2-bi~-(4-hydroxy-~henyl
propane) 322
Bark 246, 258 Bisphenol A 280, 2 9 4
Barley 56, 78, 88 Bisphenol ketylene 28 0
Badey bran 56 Bisphenol resin 228
Barley flakes 56 Bisphenol-A-dirnethacrylatediacryl 294
Badey flour 56 1 ,1 -bis-(3-tert.-buiy-4-hydroxy-
Badey malt 56 6-rnethyl-phenyl)-butane 2 74
Bath powder 246 Bi~trirneth~lsilyl-urea 338
Battery rnanufacture 400 Bitter lupin extract 160
Beans 54 Bitumen 342,400
Beech 46 Blasting agent 404
Beech charcoal 1 44 Blasting dust 404 ff
Beer draff 56 Bleach 342
Beet seed 1 66 Blood rneai 56 ff, 162
Bentonite 400 ff, 440 Board 50
Bentonite derivative 402 Bone rneal 58
1,4-benzenedicarbonitrile 280 Boric acid 312
Benzene-l,3-dicarbonitrile 308 Boride 368,422
Benzene propanarnide 276 Boron 38 0
Benzoguanarnine 280 Boran alloy 380
Benzoic acid 280, 2 8 0 Boron carbide 388
1,2,3-benzotriazole 280 Boron nitride 286, 388
Benzoyl peroxide 280 Brake lining 41 4 , 4 2 0
Betaine hydrochloride 280 Brake h i n g production 420
Betaine rnonohydrate 280 Brake linings additive 270
Binder 1 18,402 Bran 58
Birch 46 Brass 366, 368, 3 8 4 , 4 1 4 , 4 3 6
Birch leaves 246 Bread rernainders 58
Breadcrurnbs 58
Breadfruit kerne1 meal 434 Calcium glycerophosphate 282
Brewer's yeast 58 Calcium hexalactate 282
Brightener 28 0 Calcium L(+) ascorbate 246
Briquette 152 Calcium meta1 37 0
Bristle 102 Calcium salt 282, 286
Bronze 368, 368, 376, 384 Calcium silicide 370
Bronze powder 368 Calcium stearate 330,424
Bulls' testicles 160 Calcium-aluminium alloy 370
Butcher's broom extract 246 Calcium-ll-acetylacetonate 342
Butter dry aroma 58 Calcium-magnesium resinate 170
Butylated reaction product of pcresol Calcium-silicon alloy 370
und dicyclopentadiene 276 Calcium-siiicon-aiuminium alloy 370
Butylation product of the conversion Calcium-silicon-bariumalloy 370
from p-cresol with dicyclopenta- Calciumcarbonate 302
diene 278 Camomile powder 246
1-(n-butylcarbamoyl]-2-(methoxycar- Cappuccino powder 58
bonyl-aminol-benzimidazole 250 Caprinoguanamine 282
Butylhydroxy anisole 280 Captan 250
Car body grinding work 420
Cadmium laurate 308 Car body parts 420
Cadmium stearate 312, 330,414 Car seat production 436
Caffeine 246 Caramel 58
Calamus roots 160 Carbamazepine 246
Calcination 41 4 Carbamide resin 3 34
Calcite 41 8 Carbide 388, 390, 392, 394,416
Calcium 256, 272, 334, 370, 378, 386 Carbohydrates 96, 300
Calcium acetate 282 Carbon 142 ff, 146, 156, 242,
Calcium alloy 378 326, 348, 388, 392,400,402
Calcium bentonite 402 Carbon fibre 388,434
Calcium boride 282 Carbon fibre epoxy resin 228
Calcium carbide 292, 294, 388, 41 6 Carbon foam 142 ff
Calcium carbonate 306, 388,416 Carbonates 346, 388,416,428
Calcium citrate 268 Carbonitride 39 4
Calcium fluoride 308, 310 Carbonyl iron 37 4
447
Carboxyrnethyl cellulose 284 Cetostearyl sulphate 288
Carboxyrnethyl cysteine 282 Cetyl alcohol 288
Carboxyrnethyl dextran 282 Cetyl trirnethyl arnrnoniurn brornide 288
Carboxyrnethyl starch 58 Charcoal 14 4
Cordboard 420 Chewing gurn manufacture 41 6
Carica Papaya 300 Chicken fattening feed 60
Carnauba wax 242 Chickenfeed 60
Carrot powder 58 Chicory dust 60
Casein 82,282 Chipboards 48, 416
Caseinate 282 ff Chlorarnphenicol palrnitate 246
Cast alurniniurn 406 Chlorhexacarboxylic acid 288
Cast iron 366,406 Chlorhexacarboxylic acid anhydride 288
Cast steel 408 Chloride 348, 390
Castor oil 160, 284 Chlorite 392
Cat food 58 ff 4-L4-Chlor-N-(4-rnethoxyphenyi)
Catalyst key alloy 380 benzarnido] butyric acid 246
Cattle feed 60 Chloroacetarnide 288
Cavity powder 2 84 Chloroethene hornopolyrner 288
Celery powder 60 Chlorophenoxarnine hydrochloride 246
Celery roots 60 6-chloro-3-phenylpyridazone-4-01 2 88
Cells 270 3-(4-chlorphenyl)-1 -phenyl-1 H-pyra-
Cellulose 34, 40, 50, zole-4-acetic acid calciurn salt 256
170 ff, 176, 180, 236, 284 ff, Choco-drink-food 60
306, 316, 342, 396,422,438 Choline chloride powder 290
Cellulose acetate 17 2 Chromate 21 8, 342, 348, 350
Cellulose acetate propionate I 72 Chrome leather 16 4
Cellulose additive 286 Chrome-nicke1steel 406
Cellulose ether 286, 342 Chrorniurn 372, 368
Cellulose fibres 286 CIN 380
Cellulose flour 438 Cinchonabark 246
Cellulose nitrate 2 86 Cinnamic acid 290
Cellulose-2,Sacetate 170 ff Cinnarnon 60
Cernent powder 342 Citraconic rnonohydrate 290
Cerarnic powder 288 Citric acid 60, 246, 290
448
Citrus pellets 60 Coke 142, 144ff, 148, 152, 154, 156
Clanobutine 246 Coke coal 1 46
Clay 390,438 Coke drying 416
Clernizol hexachl~ro~henate 246 Coke slack 146
Clernizol penicillin 246 Collagen 66
Clutch linings 420 Colophony 172 ff
Coal 144, 158, 248, 292, Coloured clay 160
294, 3 9 0 , 4 0 0 , 4 0 2 , 4 2 4 , 4 3 2 Colouring 342
Coating powder 172 Concentrated feed 66
Cobalt meta1 370 Concrete 432
Cobalt-alurniniurn alloy 370 Condensation product 290
Cobalt-alurniniurn-titaniumalloy 370 Contraceptive 248
Cocoa 6 0 f f , 160 Convallaria rnaialis 256
248,
Cocoa husks 160 Copolyester 192
Cocoa powder 62 Copolyrners 174, 184,
Cocoa shells 62 186, 198, 200, 210, 218,
Cocoa-ready drink 62 220, 224, 242, 298, 300,
Coconut 62 306, 314, 338, 390,438
Coconut arninodiacetate 290 Copper 368, 370, 378, 384,416,418
Coconut expeller 62 Copper arnrnoniurn chrornate 342
Coconut fibres 34 Copper cables shredder 424
Coconut oil acid rnonoethanolarnide 290 Copper-alurniniurn-zinc alloy 370
Coconut soap 342 Copper-silicon alloy 37 2
Coconut vanilla milk arorna 278 Copra expeller 66
CoCrMo cast alloy 420 Copra pellets 66
Codein resinate 246 Core 416
Codried gel 270, 272, 334 Coriander 66
Coffee 64 Cork 34
Coffee coal 248 Corn starch 248
Coffee crearner Cosrnetic powder 262
Coffee extract Cotton 34, 176
Coffee powder residue Cotton flakes 36
Coffee skin
Coffee, waste
Cotton flock Dextrin 160, 164, 246, 252
Cotton seed expeller Dextromethorphane resinate 248
Cream Dextrose 68, 272
Cream cake mix Di-ethoxylised bisphenol-A-di-metha-
Crispbread crylate diacryl 294
~ r y s t asugar
l Di-ethyleneglycol stearate 332
CTAB Di-sodium adipate 32 6
Cumarone resin Diaceiyl tartaric acid 300
Cupola furnace dust Diamide limestone 41 6
Curcuma roots 4,4'-diamin~diphen~l methane 294, 336
Curd powder 2,4-diamino-6-methyl-1,3,5-triazine 270
Cutflock 2,4-diamino-6-nonyl-1,3,5-triazine 282
CuZn 3,5-diamino-l,2,4-triazole 294
Cyanoacrylic acid methyl ester Diazo naphthol~ul~honic acid 3 16
Cyanuric acid Diazo naphthol~ul~honic acid chloride 3 16
Cyclamate Diazonaphthol sulphonic acid 234
Cyclodextrin Diazoniurn salt 294
Cyproterone acetate Dibasic lead phosphite 424
Cyproterone acetate corn starch Dibenzopyrole 344
Cysteine hydrate Dibenzoyl peroxide 294
Diclofenac sodium 250
D(+)-Iactose 2,6-dichlorobenzonitrile 294
D(-)-mannitol Dicumyl peroxide 294
D-glucitol Dicyandiarnide 294, 388
DL-phenylglycine Dicyandiamide-Formaldehydepolymer 294
D-rnannite Dicyanoamide-sodiumsalt 294
d-norpse~doe~hedrine-HCI Dicyanodiamide 294, 304
; d.1-ephedrine hydrochloride Dicyclohexylphthalate 280
Dairy cattle feed Dicyclopentadiene 276, 278
Dandelion powder Dicy~lopentadien~liron 302
Des~lphurisin~ agent Dicyclopentylene 2,2'-bis-(4-methyl-
Detergent 6-tert.-buiylphenol) 278
Devil's claw Didecanoyl peroxide 294
Dextran Sulfate 1 ,3-diethyldiphenyl urea 294
450
Digitalis leaves 250 3-(3,5-di-tert.-butyl-4-hydroxypheny1)-
Diglycerides of edible fatty acids 3 14 propionic-acid-methylester 276
3 ,4dihydro-2-methyl-3-o-tolylquin- 3-(3,5di-tert.-bu~I-4-hydr0xy-~hen~l)-
azolinone-(4) 296 propionic-acid-octadecyl-ester 274
1 ,2dihydro-2,2,4-trimethylchinoline 2 7 4 3-(3',5'-di-tert.-buiyl-4'-hydroxiphenyl)
1,2 dihydr0-2,2,4-trirnethyl-~uinoline- propionic acid octadecyl-ester 276
polymer 344 2,6 di-tert.-buiyl-4-methylphenol 276
Dihydro-Dunesalt 296 2,6 ditertiary-butyl-p-cresol 344
Dihydroxyacetone 296 Ditertiary b~iyl-~-cresol 298
Dilauroyl peroxide 296 Ditertiary parabuiylcresol 298
Diltiazem HCI 254 Diuron 304
Dimelamine 296 Dog food 70
Dimethyl aminoethyl-iso-thio urea 296 Dough premix 70
1 ,3-dimethyldiphenyl urea 296 Doxylaminesuccinate 250
Dimethyl terephthalate 296 Draff flour 70
Dimethylaminophenazone 250 Drawing agent 300
Dirnyrisiyl peroxidicarbonate 296 Drawing cornpound 41 8
Diperoxy dodecandiacid 296 Drug 250, 260, 266
Diphenamide 260 Dry glucose 254
Diphenyl urethane 296 Duo graphite 390
Disodium 296 Duroplast powder 36
Disodium lauric acid monoethynol- Durum wheat groats 70
amido-sulphosuccinic acid halfester 296 Durum wheat haze 70
Disodium laurylalcohol sulphosuccinic DYe 3 4 4 ff, 41 8
acid halfester 296 Dye develo~er 298
Disodium salt of the ethylene diamine Dye ~ o w d e r 344, 346
tetraacetic acid 296 Dye soot 158
Dispersion aid 298 Dysprosium 38 0
Dispersion dye 346
Dispersion powder 298 Egg ~ o w d e r
Disulphonamide 250 Elastine powder
2,5-di-tert.-amylhydrochinone 276 Electrode carbon
(3,5-di-tert.-buiyl-4-hydroxyphenyl]- Electrode graphite
propionicacidester 276 Electrolyte
Electrolytic iron powder 37 4 Ethylenevinylacetate 22 4
Electronic parts 434 Evaporator material 300
Emulsifier 300 Expandable polystyrene 202
Emulsion PVC 220 Expanded graphite 390
Enamel powder 388
Enzyme 270, 272, 300, 3 18 Fabric 178
Enzyme preparation 250 FAS powder 344
Epoxy polyester 174 Fat 70 ff, 82, 92,
Epoxy resin 172, 174, 176, 180, 184, 94,96, 104, 138, 300,440
226, 228, 230, 272, 304, Fat cool 14 4
306, 348, 3 6 6 , 4 1 8 , 4 2 0 , 4 3 0 Fat concentrate 70 ff
EPS (cf. Expandable polysfyrene] 202 Fat emulsifier 138
Ergot 162 Fat free milk powder 256
Escin 250 Fat powder 72
Escin acid 250 Fat whey mixture 72
Ester 276, 296, 300, 302, 3 14 Fatty acid 302, 308, 314
Ester of a sterically hindered Fatty acid derivatives 300
amino alcohol 348 Fatty acid glycerides 74
Esters of methacrylic acid 302 Fatty alcohol 302, 302
Estradiole hemihydrate 250 Fatty alcohol sulphate 30 2
Estradiole valerianate 250 Feather meal 72
Ethene acetic acid ethenyl Feed 52, 54, 60, 66, 68, 72, 84,
ester polymere 300 92,98, 102, 104, 106, 134
Ethinyl estradiole 25 0 Feed additive 72
2-ethoxybenzamide 250 Feed concentrate plant 41 8
2-ethoxy-4,6dihydroxypyrimidine 300 Fennel fruits 126
Ethoxycarbonyl hydroxy-methyl Fennel tea 126
naphthyridine 300 Fenuron 304
Ethoxylate 272 Ferrocene 30 2
Ethylene 208, 2 10, 298 Ferrochromium 37 2
Ethylene copolymers 390,438 Ferromanganese 37 2
Ethylene urea 300 Ferr~mol~bdenum 37 2
Ethylene vinyl ocetate copolymer 300 Ferroniobium 372
Ethyleneglycol stearate 332 Ferrosilicon 37 2
452
Ferrotitanium 374 Food seasoning
Ferrovanadium 374 Foodstuff yeast
Fertiliser 40,42,346,418,426 Forestry waste
Fibre mat 48 Formaldehyde
Fibres 188, 1'92, 4 1 8, Formamidine acetate
420,422,434,436,440 Foundry grit
Filling poste 39 6 Foxglove
Filter cake 430 Frankish drug
Filter flakes 302 Fresh contact
Filtration additive 30 2 Fresh water shrirnps
Fir 46 Fructose
Fish feed 72 Fructus Sennae
Fish meal 52 Fruit acid
Flame retardant 346 Fruit iuice
Flame retardant material 436 Fuchsine base
Flame soot 158 Furnaric acid
Flame sprayed aluminium 354 Fungicide
Flame sprayed zinc 386
Flame spraying 41 8 Gaboon 46
Flax 36, 1 10, 162 Galactornannan 162, 302
Flocculant 30 2 Galactose 76
Flock 170, 182, Gall 16 6
184, 188, 192, 196, 338 Gamma-cyclodextrin 162
Flock graphite 434 Garlic 252
Flour 72,74, 126, 304 Gas coal 146
Fluocortolon capronate 250 Gas cutting dust 434
Fluoride 392 Gas flame coal 148,400
Fly ash 400 Gelatine 76, 254, 294,434
Foam 182, 196, 202, 204, 206, 224 Gelling agent 76
Fodder 70 Ginger 76
Foil grit 360, 378,434 Ginkgo arorna blend 25 2
Foil recycling 19 4 Ginkgo extract 252
Foil waist 184 Glandular fibres 440
Folia Sennae 264 Glass fibre reinforced plastic 174 ff
Glass fibres 420,420,422 Grit 84, 98, 136, 358,
Glibenclarnide 252 Groats
Glucose 76, 98, 254 Guanidine carbonate
Glucose anhydride 348 Guanidine nitrate
Glucose syrup 76 Guanidine
Glue 176 Guanidine stearate
Glutamate 76, 98 Guanine
Gluten 162 Guar core flour
Glycerine rnonostearate 332 Guar flour
Glycerol 398 Guar kerne1 rneal
Glycerol rnonostearate palrnitate 302 Gun rnetal
Glycol 290
Glycose 96 Haernoglobin powder (cf. BIood rneal) 162
Gold bronze powder 368 Hairs 102, 164
Golden rod 252 Hard cool 146, 152, 400, 402, 432
Grain 78 Hard cool coke 148, 154
Grain Screening pellets 78 Hard cool slurry 154
Graminis flowers 162 Hard flour 80
Graphite 2 18, 270, 308, Hard foam 182
3 10, 366, 388 ff, 41 6,434 Hard lignite 150
Graphite coal 390 Hard rnetal 374
Gravy 78 Hard paper 176,422
Greaves flour 78 Hard rubber 238, 240
Green pea 1 00 Hard wax 242
Grinder cleanings 80 Hard wheat flour 43 8
Grinding 38, 106, 164, Hard wheat semolina 138
174, 176, 178, 168, 184, 190, Hardboard 48
192, 206, 208, 222, 236, 238, Hardener 304 H, 420
240, 348, 354, 356, 364, 366, Hardfabric 1 76
368, 370, 374, 376, 384, 386, Hawthorn 252
396,414,420 ff, 430,434,436 Hawthorn tea 1 26
Grinding agent 420 Hazelnut abrasion 80
Grinding agent manufacture 420 Hazelnut rnacaroons 80
Grindstone processing 422 Heut insulation material 42 2
Heating set 400 Hurnic acids 246
Herbal stornach tablets 252 Hydrated sugar 308
Herbicide 252 ff Hydrazobenzene 306
Herbs 162, 252, 254, 256 Hydro-carboncompounds 402
Hexachlorophene 262 Hydrocarbon polymer 400
Hexarnethylene tetrarnine 304, Hydro-carbon resin 402
306, 316, 318 Hydrocarbon 242, 348
Hexamethylene tetramine filler 3 16 Hydrocarbon resin 230, 232
Hexamethylene tetrarnine-lubricant 3 16 Hydrocarbonic wax 392
Hexamethylenetetramine rnandelate 254 Hydrocolloids 76
He~orneth~lomelamine 306 Hydroxypropyl starch 110
Hexitol 272 1 -hydroq-2-(1 H)-pyridinethion-
Hexoses 260 disulphide 306
Hibiscus powder 80 12-hydroxystearicacid 306
Hide glue 17 0 1-(2-hydroxy-3-su~fopropylJ-pyridiniurn-
High adsorbtion filter flakes 302 betaine 274
High dispersive silicic acid 422
High grade zinc cast. alloy 374 Ibuprofen
High pressure polyethylene 196 lcing sugar
High-volatile coal 292, 294 Ilmenite
Honey gruel powder 80 1 H-imidazole
HoP 162 lmidazole derivative
Hop blossorn 162 Immersion polishing agent
Hop cones 162 lrnrnobilised cells
Hop draff 162 Impact strength Promoter
Hop pellets 162 lndia rubber
Hop powder 80 Indian flea seeds
Horn meal 162 Infant food
Horse-chestnut 164 Instant coffee
Horse-chestnut extract 254 lnstant skirn milk powder
Horsehair 34 Instant whole milk powder
Horsetail herb 254 lnsulation material
Human hair 102 lnsulation tubes
Humic acid product 16 4 Ion exchange resin
Ion exchanger 306 ff Lactic acid casein 282
lron 302, 366, 374 ff, 380, Lactobic acid 308
406,418,422,434,438 Lactose 70, 8 0 ff, 94,
lron (11) succinate 30 8 138, 244, 248, 252, 254
lron alloy 364, 366, 380,404 Lactose-1-hydrate 254
lron fumarate 254 Lady's thistle [cf. Maria thistle) 16 4
lron oxide 39 6 Lake dry substance 344
lron powder 43 8 Laminate 176,422,424
lron slurry powder 374 Latex 240,420,426
lron sponge 37 6 Laurate 308
lron sulphide 400 Lauryl sulphaie 308
lron-titanium alloy 37 6 Laxative granulate 254
lsocyanate 236 Laxative lozenge 256
lsomalt 3 08 Lead 3 34
Isophthalodinitrile 308 Lead bronze 37 6
lsosorbide dinitrate 254 Lead chrornate 218
Isosorbitol-5-mononitrate 254 Lead furnarate 308
Lead phosphite 308, 334, 424
Juice binding ielly 80 Lead phthalate 308
Juniper berry oil 254 Lead soap 308, 3 12
Jute 36,SO Lead stearate 21 8, 3 12, 332, 414, 4 2 4
Lead sulphaie 308,424
Kaolin 174, 262, 304,440 Lead sulphochromate 348
Karion 246 Lean cool 148
Ketogulonic acid 308 Leather 16 4
Ketone formaldehyde 290 Leaven 82
Kieselguhr 302 Leaven ingredients 82
Knifing filler 348 Lecithin 72
Kollidon 268 lemon tea 126
Light metal 408,436
L-arginine Light protective agent 348, 350
L-cystine Lignin 36
Lacquer Lignine sulphonate 54
Lactic acid Lignite 148 ff, 292
456
Lignite coke Magnesium-calcium-siliconalloy 378
Lignite coke slack Magnesium-diasporal 256
Lignite flour Magnesium-silicon alloy 378
Lignite slack Magnesium-silicon-iron-copperalloy 378
Lignite slurry Magnesiumaluminium silicate-hydrate 256
Lily of the valley Magnetic powder alloy 380
Linters Maizarin 82
Liquorice Maize 74, 78, 82 ff, 104
Lithium aluminium Maize flour 70, 84, 90
Lithium salt Maize germs 86
Lithium Silicon Maize gluten 84
Lithium stearate Maize gluten feed 84
Liihium-12-oxystearate Maize grit 84,434
Lonazolac-calcium Maize grits film 86
Long term fertiliser Maize meal 404
Low pressure polyethylene Maize powder 86
Lubricant Maize starch 52, 82, 90,
Lupin 110, 112, 114, 118, 268
Lupin semolina Maize swelling starch 118
Lycopodium M akore 46
Maleic acid anhydride 242
Magnesite 3 9 0 , 4 18,434 Maleic acid anhydride copolymer 3 14
Magnesium 376 ff, 376,416 Maleinate resin 232
Magnesium alloy 366, 378 Malic acid 3 10
Magnesium aluminiurn hydroxide 266 Malt 86 ff
Magnesium citrate 268 Malt flour 88
Magnesium citrate x14 hydrate 256 Malt gerrns 88
Magnesium clofibrate 256 Malt grist 88
Magnesium die cast 424 Malt residues 88
Magnesium ethylate 348 Malting barley 56
Magnesium oxide 366, 398,428 Maltodextrin 54, 58, 88, 90
Magnesium peroxomono-phtholate Malva seed 90
hexahydrate 3 10 Man-made textile fi bres 436
Magnesium stearate 332,426 Mancozeb 250
Mandelic acid 256 Melamine polycondensate 3 12
Maneb 250 Melamine pyrophosphate 3 12
Manganese 378 Melamine resin 180, 232
Manganese metal powder 378 Melamine stearate 334
Manioc sweiling flour 90 Melamine sulphate 3 12
Mannite 256 Melamine-phenol-cellulose 180
Mannitol 272, 310, 334 Melissa powder 25 8
Maria thistle [cf. Lady's thistle] Melone 312
Maria thistle seed extract 256 Mesterolon 25 8
Marine animal oil 96 Metal 378 ff, 4 2 4 , 4 3 2 , 4 3 4
Marrowfat pea 100 Metal abrasion 434
Musa meal 90 Metal mix alloy 382
Mashed potato fla kes 90 Metal powder 380
Muss PVC 222 Metallic alloy 380
Matting agent 3 10 Metallic soap 312, 396
MBS (cf. Methyl methacrylate Methacrylamide 312
butadiene siyrene) 21 8 Methacrylate 290
MBS resins 322 Methacrylic acid 302
Meal 52, 54, 56, 58, 70, 72, Methacrylic acid arnide 312
78, 90, 92, 98, 106, 108, 140 Metheneaminehippurate 25 8
Meat and bone meal 90 ff Methionine 25 8
Meat rneal 78, 9 2 Methocarbamol granules 258
Mechanically alloyed metal powder 38 0 Methyl beta cyclodextrin 1 64
Medical powder 262 Methyl cellulose 342
Medicaments 256 ff, 424 Methyl methacrylate 184, 236
Melamine 178, 1 80, 2 3 6 , 3 10 Methyl rnethacrylate butadiene
Melamine borate 312 siyrene (cf. MBS] 178 ff, 202
Melamine cyanurate 312 Methyl rnethacrylate copolymer 184
Melarnine formaldehyde resin 232, 422 Methylcellulose 176, 284
Melamine formate 312 Methylcellulose glue 1 76
Melamine oxalate 312 5-methyl-7-diethyl-amino-s-triazolo-
Melamine peroxide 3 12 1.5a-pyrimidine 336
Melarnine phosphate 312 2, 2'-methylene-bis-6-(1 , 1 -di-methyl-
Melamine phthalate 312 ethyl)-4-methylphenol 276
4,4'-methylene-bis-2,6dirnethyl-phenol 290 Mixed drink 62
2,2'-methylene-bis-14-rnethyl-6- Mixed feed 98
(1-rnethyl-cyclohexyl)] 278 Modified maize starch 114
2,2'-rnethylene-bis-(4-methyl-6- Modified starch 114, 116,434
tert.-butyl-Phenol) 276 Molasses 98
2,2'-rnethylene-bis-4-methyl-6- Molybdenum 380,418
tertiarybutyl-phenol 290 Molybdenum disulphide 308, 3 10, 390
2,2-methylene-bis-(4-rnethyl-6- Mono tartaric acid 300
ted.-butylphenol] 3 12 Monoazo dye 346
2,2-methylene-bis-(4-methyl-6- Monocarbonic acid 314
feit-butyl-p-phenol) 348 Monocarboxylic starch 98
3-rnethyl-2,5-furandione 3 12 Monoglycerides 3 14
5-rnethyl-7-hydroxy-l , 3,4-triazaine Monosaccharides 76
dolizine 3 14 Monosodiurn glutamate 98
2-rnethyl imidazole 174, 314 Monosodiurn hydrogen cyanamide 3 14
1 ,I'-4 (Methyl-m-phenylenel-bis- Montmorillonite derivative 314
(3,3'-dimethylurea) 304 Mordant 250
2,2'-(2-rnethyl propylidene)-bis- Moulding compounds 180 ff
(4,6di-rnethylphenol) 276 Moulding sand 424
Methylpyridylamin~meth~lene Multilayer facade slab 398
rnalonic acid diethyl ester 314 Mustard 98
4-methyl-3-thiosemicarbicide 348 Mustard flour 98
Methyl~in~lether 3 14 Mustard-seed 98
Microsuspension PVC 222 Myristinate 330
Milk 256
Milk feed 92 N,O-bis-(trirnethylsily1)-urea 338
Milk mixed product 92 N-carbobenzoxy-L-threonineamide 314
Milk powder 9 2 ff, 434 N-cetylpyridinium chloride rnono-
Milk protein 104, 282 hydrate 258
Milk substitute 96 N-cetyl-N.N.N-trirnethyl-amrnonium
Millet grits 98 bromide 258
Mineral drink 98 N.N-diethyl-p-phenylenediamine-
Mistletoe 25 8 hydrochloride 298
Mistletoe tea 128
N.Ndiethyl-p-phenylene-diarnine Nickel alloy 366,380 ff, 4 0 8
sulphate 298 Nickel powder 3 80
N,Ndirnethyl-NI-phenylurea 304 Nickel silver 436
N,Ndimethyl-N13,4-dichlorophenyl- Nickel-aluminiurn alloy 3 8 0 ff
urea 304 Nickel-metal mix alloy 382
N-[2-[N-Ethyl-N-(4-amino-3-methyl- Nifedipine 258
phenyl)-aminol-ethyll-methane- Niobium 3 82
~ul~honarnide-sesquisulphate 298 Niobium alloy 38 4
N,N'-1,6-hexanediyl-bis-[3,5-bis(1,1- Nitrate 388, 392
dirnethylethyl)-4-hydroxy] 276 Nitride 388, 392
N-(2-hydroxyethyl)-N-rnethyl- Nitro varnish 182
guanidiniumsulphate 314 Nitrobenzoic acid 316
N-rnethyl-Ni-diphenyl urea 314 Nitrocellulose 348
N a carboxymethyl cellulose 286 5-nitrofu~ylacrolein 3 16
NaHNCN 314 Nitrogen fertilizer 426
Naphthalic acid anhydride 314 Nitr~~uanidine 3 16
Naphthaline 314 NN'ethylenebissteararnide 242
Naphthaline sulphonic acid forrnolite 3 14 Non-ferrous meta1 srnelting 426
2-naphthol 314 Norethisterone 25 8
Naphthol sulphonic acid chloride 3 16 Norethisterone acetate 25 8
Naphtholsulphonic acid 316 Norpseudoephedrine resinate 25 8
Naphthyl arnino~ul~honic acid 316 Novolake 182, 316
Native potato starch 118 Nut tree 46
Native starch 116 Nutmeg flowers 258
Natural osphalt 402 Nylon flock 182
Natural graphite 2 18, 3 9 0
Natural latex 240,426 ornethyl isourea sulphate 316
Natural leaven 82 o-phenylenediamine 316
Natural resin 23 4 o-tolyl-biguanideN-o-tolyl-Ni-
Natural textile fibres 436 guanyl-guanidine 274, 278
Needle coke 154 Oak bark 258
Neodymiurn 3 80 Oat 78,98
Neodyrniurn-iron-boronalloy 380 Oatrneal 98
Nickel 368,380 ff, 4 0 8 , 4 3 6 Octadecanoic acid calciurn salt 3 16
Octadecanoic zinc Pakistani drug 260
Octadecyl-3-[3,5-di-fert.-butyl-4- Palm expeller 100
hydroxypheny1)-propionate Palm oil 96
Octyl sulphate Palmitine 314
Oil Palmitoyl ethylene diamine 242
Oii absorber Papaverinium chloride 260
Oil coke Paper 3 6 ff, 176, 178,
Oil shale 398,422,424,426,432
Olefin sulphonate Paprika 100
Olive pellets Para nitrobenzoic acid 316
Olive stones Para toluic acid 336
Optical brightener Para-terf. buthyl phenol 318
Orange aroma Paracetamol 260
Orange instant drink Paraffin 318
Orange pips Paraffin Wax 242
Orange sherbet powder Paraf~rmaldeh~de 304, 3 1 8, 348 ff
Ortoton lactose-1-hydrate Parsley root 260
Oven Parting agent 426
Ox gall Pastry 100
Oxides PC (cf. Polycarbonate) 432
Oxidised maize starch PE (cf. Polyethylene) 184
Pea flour 100
p(benzy1oxycarbony1)-amidine Pea protein 100
benzyl amine hydrochloride 316 Pea starch 1 00
p-chlorobenzonitrile 3 16 Peach powder 100
P-cresol 276, 278, 3 18 Peanuts 100
p-nitroaniline 318 Pear tree 48
PA granulate 404 Peat 40 ff
Paint 192, 3 4 8 , 4 2 0 Peat coke 42, 144
Paint and rust 408 Peat powder 42
Point ground 352 Pectin 3 18 , 4 3 4
Paint removal 408 Pectin Sugar 12 4
Point sludge 426 Pectinase 318
Painting preparation 422 Pencil sharpening 388
Penicillin 246 Phenytoin 260
Pentaerythritol 318 Phosphate 76, 296, 302, 3 12, 428
Pentosan 260 Phosphate starch 116
Pentoses 260 Phosphite 424
Pentoxifyllin 260 Phosphorus chlorine 260
Pepper 100 ff Photo resin 350
Peppermint leaves 260 Phthalazone 320
Peppermint powder 102 Phthalic acid anhydride 320
Peppermint tea 128 Pig bristle 10 2
Percarbonate 342 Pig feed 10 2
Perlite 302 Pigment 342, 350
Peroxide 280, 294, 296, 3 1 2 Pine 46,48
Pesticide 260 Pine soot 158
Petchora coal 146 Pitch 156
Petroleum coke 142, 154ff Pitch coke 156
Petroleum resin 232,402 Plant protection wetting agent 260
Pharmaceutical raw material 260 Plantago 254, 260 ff
Phenol 180, 278, 3 18 Plantago ovata seeds 260 ff
Phenol fomaldehyde resin 290 Plantago seed husks 262
Phenol novolak 318 Plasma cutting aluminium 356
Phenol-formaldehyde 180 Plasma welding 43 8
Phenol-formaldehyde resin 234 Plastic bottle abrasion 19 4
Phenol-formaldehyde resorcinol resin 234 Plastic flock 184
Phenolic resin 176, 178, 182, 232, 234 Plastic wastes 186
Phenolic resin amine adduct 306 Plastics 50, 184 ff,
Phenolic resin foam 182 194, 366, 398, 404, 41 6,
Phenolic resin processing 426 41 8 , 4 2 0 , 4 2 2 , 4 2 4 , 4 3 6
Phenyl guanidine nitrate 320 Plastics-coated chipboards 41 6
2-phenyl imidazoline 306,426 Plum puree 246, 254
2-phenylinide azoline 272 PMMA (cf. Polymethylrnethacrylat] 432
1-phenyl-3-(1,2,3-thiadiazole-5-yl]-urea350 Poison 262
Phenylbutazone 260 Polishing 190, 356, 358,
Phenylglycine 320 368, 374, 384, 386, 426
Phenylthiadia~ol~l urea 260 Poly(ethy1eneterephthalate) 19 4
Poly(rnethyl-vinylether)rnaleic anhydride 198 Polyethylene oxide 320
Poly(viny1acetate] 208 ff Polygalactornannane derivative 320
Poly(viny1alcohol) 2 1 0 ff Polyglycol 364
Polylvinyl butyral) 212,400 Polyisocyanate 320
Poly(viny1chloride) (cf. PVC) 212 ff Polyrneric additives 198
Poly(vinylformal) foarn 224 Polymers 174, 184, 242, 288,
Polyacetal 186 294, 298, 300, 306, 3 14, 320,
Polyacrylamide 1 86 324, 344, 338, 390,400,438
Polyacrylate 186 ff, 272,414 Polyrnethacvlate 198 ff
Polyacrylonitrile 188 Polyrnethacrylate resin 234
Polyamide 176, 188, 234 Polyrnethacrylicacid 200
Polyamide flock 188 Polyrnethacrylimide 200
Polyamide resin 234 Polyrnethylene-urea 338
Polybutyl acrylate 188 Polyrnethylrnethacrylate( P M ) 200, 432
Polybutyl rnethacrylate 190, 200 Polyol 32 0
Polybutylene terphthalate 350 Polyol instant 262
Polycarbonate (PC) 190, 342,432 Polyoxirane 320
Polycarbonic acid 320 Polyphenylene oxide 320
Polydextrose 68 Polypropene 200
Polyester 172, 174, 176, Polypropylene 200 ff
178, 182, 190 ff, 226, Polypropylene wax 242
234, 348, 3 9 8 , 4 2 0 , 4 2 2 Polysaccharide 320 ff
Polyester epoxy resin 194 Polystyrene 202,428
Polyester flock 192 Polyurethane (PUR) 198, 202 ff,
Polyester paint 192 226,408,422,428
Polyester resin 176, 1 78, 1 92, 226, 234 Polyurethane resin 2 26
Polyester rip fibres 192 Polyurethane sandwich elements 4 28
Polyester structural powder 194 Polyvinyl butyral 322
Polyethylene (PE) 172, 184, 194 ff, Polyvinyl cinnarnate 322
324, 3 9 8 , 4 0 0 , 4 2 6 , 4 3 4 Poplar charcoal 14 4
Polyethylene flocks 19 6 Poiassium benzoate 42 8
Polyethylene foam 196 Potassium chloride 348
Polyethylene glycol 320,428 Potassium citrate 268
Potassium rnethylate 322
Potassium peroxornonosulphate 428 PVC (cf. Poly(viny1chloride)) 170, 174,
Potassium sorbate 322 176, 186,414,424,430
Potato 102 ff PVC additive 322
Potato durnpling flour 102 PVC foam sheets 43 0
Potato flakes 70, 90, 102 PVC softener 350
Potato flour J 02 Pyrazoline derivative 280
Potato granulate 102 Pyridiniurn propyl sulphonate 322
Potato protein 104 3-pyridyl methanol (RR) hydrogen
Potato sernolina 102 ff tartrate 262
Potato starch 104, 112, Pyrithione zinc 262
114, 116, 118, 250, 364 Pyrolised rubber 434
Poultry meat rneal 92 Pyromellitic acid dianhydride 322
Powder mixture 4 28
Powder paint 226 Quartz 422,430
Powder, cosmetic 262 Quartz-plastic larninate 422
Powder, medical 262 Quinaldine forrnarnite 322
PPN powder 33 0
Prawns 72 Rape 54, 104
pre-oxidised titaniurn 3 84 Rape extraction chips 7 04
Preservative 322 Rape oil 322
Pressure dredging powder 104 Raspberry 74
Priming 4 22 Raspberry colouring 342
Printed circuit board manufacture 428 ff Raspberry sherbet powder 1 04
Propane 322 Rat poison 262
Propylene glycol 398 Rauwolfia 262
Propylene glycol alginate 322 Raw coal 144
Protein 70, 72, 82, 84, 94, 96, 104, Raw coffee 64
108, 1 10, 282,284, 300, 338 Raw hop 162
Protein fany acid condensate 322 Raw lignite 152
Protein fraction 104 Recycling 194,238,436
Pumice particles 426 Recycling mixed feed 104
PUR (cf. Polyuretnane) Red beet powder 104
PUR rnould cornponents 408 Red phosphorus 390
puw 350,422 Refuse incineration 43 0
Reinforced glass fibre 41 8 Rubber parting compound
Residual coke 1 5 4 Ruscus extract
Resin 50, 172, 174, 176, 178, Rutin
180, 182, 184, 192, 194, 224, R Y ~
226 ff, 230, 232, 234, 236, 272, Rye flour
290, 304, 306, 308, 322, 334, Rye leaven
348, 350, 366, 396, 400, 402,
41 8 , 4 2 0 , 4 2 2 , 4 2 6 , 4 3 0 , 4 3 8 Saccharine
Resin glue 1 76 Saccharine sodium
Resin soap 322 Saccharose
Resinate 170, 246, 248, 258 Sal amrnoniac
Rice 74, 106 Salicylamide
Rice dust waste 106 Salicylated humic acids
Rice feed meal 1 06 Salicylic acid
Rice film 1 06 Salt
Rice flour 106 Sandalwood
Rice gluten 106 Saponin
Rice husk ash 400 Sauce binder
Rice powder 1 06 Sauce Hollandaise
Rice semolina 1 06 Saw shavings
Rice starch 118 Sawdust
Rice swelling flour 106 Scleroglucane biopolymer
Rice swelling starch 118 Seasoning aroma
Rigid foam 202, 206, 208 Seasoning blend
Rigid polyurethane 206 Seasoning powder
Rolled steel 408 Seaweed
Roller oil cleaning unit 430 Seaweed meal
Root resin 2 34 Sebacic acid
Rosemary extract 262 Seeds
Rosemary leaves 262 Senna extract
Rosemary residue 262 Senna fruit
Rubber 164, Senna leaves
236 ff, 240,400,430 ff, 434 Seven corn film
Rubber mixing operation 430 ff Sewage sludge
Shellac 242, 350 Sodium adipate 326
Ship parts 422 Sodium alcohol sulphate 326
Shoe processing 434 Sodium amide 326
Shredder dust 434 Sodium benzoate 326
Silibinine 264 Sodium bicarbonate 326
Silicates 426 Sodium bisulphate 328
Silicic acid 324 ff Sodium calcium edetate 326
Silicide 370 Sodium carbonate 328
Silicomanganese 382 Sodium carboxy methyl cellulose 342
Silicon 288, 382,430 Sodium caseinate 2 84
Silicon alloy 366, 370, 372, 378, 386 Sodium ceiyl stearyl sulphate 264
Silicon carbide 288, 376, 390 Sodium chloride 294, 348
Silicon nitride 288, 392 Sodium chlorite 392
Silicone resin 234 Sodium cocoyl isethionate 350
Silk flock 1 70 Sodiurn cyclamate 254, 328
Sillitin 2 10 Sodium dibunate 328
Silver 436 Sodium ethylate 328
Silybin 264 Sodium fluoride 3 92
Silychristin 264 Sodium glutamate 328
Silydianin 264 Sodium hexametaphosphate 328
Silymarine 264 Sodium humate 328
Sinter dust 41 8 , 4 3 4 Sodium hydrogen corbonate 328, 328
Sintered magnesite 41 8 Sodium hydrogen cyanamide 328
Sintered magnesite Fine flour 434 Sodiurn hydrogen sulphate 328, 428
Skim milk 92, 94, 9 6 Sodium L(+) ascorbate 264
Slack 152, 154 Sodium lauryl sulphate 344
Slide grinder 434 Sodium lignin sulphonate 328
Slug killer 264 Sodium methallyl sulphonate 328
Smallbore rille stand 41 8 Sodium methylate 328
Soap 322, 342, 350, 350, 396 Sodium nitrate 1 10, 366, 392
Soap base 264 Sodium oleate 328
Soda 400 Sodium pentosan polysulfate 264
Sodium 366 Sodium perborate 328
Sodium acetate 326
Sodium perborate anhydride 328 Spruce 48
Sodium salt 270, 288, St John's wort 266
290, 308, 3 16, 334, 336 St John's wort extract 110,266
Sodiurn stearate 334 St Mary's thistle (cf. Lady's thistle)
Sodiurn sulphate 328 Stabiliser 330,434
Sodiurn tri poly 328,428 Stainless steel 408
Sodium-calciurn citrate 270 Starch 52, 58, 78, 82, 84, 90, 98,
Sodium-L-glutamatemonohydrate 328 100, 104, l l o f f , 114, 116, 118,
Sodiumiopodate 264 120, 248, 250, 268, 294, 364,434
Soft foom polyurethane 208 Starch derivative 120,434
Soft PVC 186, 222 Starch ether 330
Soft wheat 134, 136 Starch sucrification product 120
Soft wheat haze 136 Starch syrup 120
Soft wheat semolina 136 Steam coal 148
Softener 224, 294, 324 Stearate 262, 272,
Sofiwood 48,434 3 1 2, 330 ff, 414,424,426
Solid dispersion 328 Stearic acid 254
Solid softener 294 Stearic acid 3 14, 334,424
Soot 156 ff, 236, 240, 300,434 Stearyl alcohol 334
Soot woter concentrate 392 Stearyl phthalate 334
Sorbite 262 Steel 366, 368,
Sorbitol 108, 260, 266, 272 378, 382 ff, 400,406,408,410,
Sorbose 266 412,414,428,432,434 ff, 438
Soya 96, 108 ff Steel wool 378
Soya bean, coarse 108 Sterically hindered multicore 278
Soya flakes 108 Stilbene 280
Soya flour 108 ff Stinging nettle 266
Soya oil 96 Stinging nettle root 266
Soya protein concentrate 110 Straw 166
Spironolactone 266 Streptomycin pantothenate 246
Spray cream powder 110 Streptomycin sulphate 246
Spray grit 358 Structural steel 43 8
Spring elernents 412,414 Styrene acryiate resin 334
Spring steel 408 Styrene acrylonitrile copolymerisate 242
467
Siyrene methacrylic acid 242 tablet filming 268
Succinic acid anhydride 334 Talcurn 262,330,332
Sucralfate 334, 334 Tallow alcohol sulphate 334
Sucralfate-rnannitolcodried gel 334 Tallow soap 350
Sucrose aluminium octasulphate 334 Tarnarinds core flour 166
Sugar 62,70,72,1 14, Tanning agent 334
120 ff, 136,268,308,418 Ta nsy tea 128
Sugar beet abrasion 1 24 Tantalurn-niobium alloy 38 4
Sugar beet chips 1 24 Tapioca 126
Sugar beet pellets 124 Tartaric acid 336
Sulfate (cf. Sulphate) TDI urane 304
Sulphate (Sulfate) 294,298,302, Tea 126 ff
308,312,316,326,328, Tea decaffeination 436
344,350,424,428,440 Tea powder 128
Sulphide 308,310,400 Tempering steel 408
Sulphite modified ketone formaldehyde 290 Tenside 336,428
Sulphonate 322,344 Tensides 342
Sulphonated animal fat 1 40 Terephthalic acid 290
5-sulphosalicylic acid 334 Terephthalic acid dinitrile 336
Sulphur 262,392 Terpene resin 236
Sunflower abrasion 124 Terpenephenolic resin 236
Sunflower seed expeller 124 Testicles 1 60
Sunflower seed 124 Tetraacetylethylenediarnine 336
Suraffine 372 Tetrabromo-o-cresol2,3,4,5tetra-
Suspension PVC 222,224 bromo-6-rnethylphenol 336
Sweet whey 96 Tetrakis[rnethylene(3,5-di-ieri.-buiyl-4-
Sweet whey powder 1 40 hydroxy-hydrocinnarnate)]rnethane 278
Sweetener 126,266 Tetramethylpiperidine 350
Swelling flour 126, 138 Tetramethylthiuramdisulphide 268
Swel/ing starch 112,118 Textile dust 436
Synthetic resin 234,236,308,396,420 Textile fibres 436
Synthetic rubber 240 Textile particles 426
SY~~P 1 20 Theatrical paint 346
Therrnosetting plastics 404 Toner resin 43 8
4,4'-thio-bis-(6-tert.-buiyl-3-rnethyl- Toothpaste rnanufacture 43 8
phenol) 274 Trapidil 336
4,4'-thio-bis-[2-(1,l-dirnethylethyl)- Tree bark 166
5-rnethyll-phenol 276 Tri-indole 336
2,2'-thiodiacetic acid 336 Triacetate 242
Thiourea 336 Triazatone arnino alcohol 336
Thiurarn 336 1 ,3,5-triazine-2,4,6-triole 290
Thyrne 162 Tricalciurn phosphate 302, 308
Thyroid glands 166 Trirnellitic acid anhydride 336
TiA16V4 alloy 422 Trirnethylol propane trirnethacrylate 294
Tin oxalate 394 Trirniprarnine hydrochloride 268
Tinplate steel 382, 3 8 4 Trioxane 186
Tissue 38,40 Tris(hydroxy rnethyl)urnino-rnethane 268
Titaniurn 376, 380, 384 ff, 410, 4 2 0 1,1,3-tris-( 1-hydroxy-3-rnethyl-6-tert.-
Titaniurn alloy 370, 376 buiyl phenol) butane 274
Titaniurn boride 422 Trisodiurn citrate 338
Titaniurn borite 350 Trisodiurn citrate dihydrate 348
Titaniurn carbide 394 Tryptophan 130
Titaniurn carbonitride 394 Tungsten 380
Titaniurn diboride 286, 394 Tyre incinerator 158
Titaniurn dioxide 202, 386,428 Tyre recycling 238,436
Titaniurn hydride 394 Tyrosine 338
Titaniurn sponge 386
Titanium suboxide 394 Underseal 422
Titaniurn-calciurn-silicon alloy 3 86 Urane 3 04
Tobacco 128 ff Urea 180, 260, 294, 296, 300,
Tolclofos rnethyl 250 304, 3 14, 336, 338, 350
4-toluene sulfonarnide 336 Urea forrnaldehyde resin 43 8
Toluene diisocyanates (cf. TDI) Urea residues 408
Toluene sulfonate 336 Urea-forrnaldehyde-cellulose 182
Toluic acid 336 5-~reidoh~dantoin 244
Tornato powder 130
Toner 43 8
Valerian powder 268 Wheat 78,132 ff
Valerian roots 268 Wheat abrasion 132
Vanadium 410 Wheat bran 134, 246,254
Vegetables 130 Wheat flour 134 ff, 438
Vinyl acetate 390,438 Wheat gluten 136
Vinyl acetate copolymers 1 74,298,338 Wheat grits 136
Vinyl alcohol 210,338 Wheat haze 136
Vinyl chloride 242 Wheat powder 136
Vinyl chloride polyacrylate 21 8 Wheat protein 338
Vinyl chloride polyacrylafe graft Wheat semolina 138
copolyrner 306 Wheat semolina film 138
Vinylacetate 222,224 Wheat starch 118,120
Vinylester 210 Wheat swelling flour 138
Vinyllaurate 210 Wheat swelling starch 118
Viscose flocks 338 Wheat wastes 138
Viscum album 258 Wheatgerm 138
Vitamin 268 Whey 138 ff
Vulcanisation moulds of alurninium 41 2 Whey fat emulsifier 138
Whey powder 92,138 ff
Wadding 42 Whole milk powder 96
Wafer dust 130 ff Whole milk Substitute 92
Wafer flour 132 Wholemeal 140
Wallpaper paste 350 Wild thyme 162
Walnut meal 166 Winter wheat 1 34
Walnut shells 166,404 Wood 42 ff, 186,
Wash cool 158 420,422,424,432,434
Waste bunker 43 8 Wood flour 72,1 80,440
Wax 242,424,426 Wood meal 1 66
Wax maize starch 90,118 Wood pulp 50, 302
Wax powder 338 Woodruff colouring 342
Welding dust 43 8 Wool 166
Welding electrode coating 43 8 Wormwood powder 268
Welding smoke 422
Wettable sulphur 392 Xanthane
470
Yarrow Zinc cyanamide 338
Yeast Zinc dibenzyl dithiocarbamate 340
Yellow flour Zinc dibutyl dithiocarbamate 340
Yellow maize Zinc-N.N-ethylphenyl dithio-
carbamate 340
Zamak 386 Zinc oxide 386, 394,400
Zentramin 268 Zinc pressure die casting 3 86
Zeolites 342 Zinc-(N,N1-propylene-1 .?bis-
Zinc 262, 3 16, 368, 374, 384, [dithiocarbamate)) 252
386,400,410,412,414,440 Zinc pyridine thione 340
Zinc alloy 370,412 Zinc ricinoleate 340
Zinc bath emissions 440 Zinc stearate 262, 272, 334, 426, 4 4 0
Zinc behenate 312 Zinc sulphide 308, 31 0
Zinc-bis-(N,N-dimethyldithio- Zinc tetrao~~chromate 350
carbamate) 340 Zirconium 372, 410
Zinc coated steel 410 Zirconium diboride 394