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Safety Data Sheet under EU Directive 91/155/EWG (DE)
MARLY SKIN GUARD™ Skin Barrier Foam
Revised: January 1, 2015
1. Identification of the substance / preparation and particulars of the company

Product: Marly Skin Guard™ Skin Barrier Foam

Use: Skin Barrier

Article Nos.: Marly Skin Guard™ 35 ml Code No.: 35010

Marly Skin Guard™ 50 ml Code No.: 50002

Marly Skin Guard™ 100 ml Code No.: 10002

Manufacturer’s details: MARLY PRODUCTS

S. Behre-Monien

Kolomanstrasse 5a, D-85737 Ismaning

Telephone: +49 89 996388-79 – Fax: +49 89 99638890

E-mail: marly-products@t-online.de

Website: www.marly-skin.com

Emergency tel. No.: +49 89 996388-79

2. Composition / information on ingredients


Aqua, Propane, Butane, TEA-Stearate, Sorbitol, Propylene glycol, Glycerol, Dimethicone, Methyl paraben, Propyl paraben, Aloe barbadensis, Tocopherol

Ingredient: EINECS/ELINCS CAS Content (%) Symbol/R Phrases

Propane/Butane 200-827-9 74-98-6 10 - < 25 F+ -12

203-448-7 106-97-8

3. Potential hazards

R12: highly flammable

4. First Aid measures

General instructions: not applicable

Inhalation: not applicable

Skin contact: Product is a dermatologically tested skin barrier agent

Eye contact: no hazard, see No. 11

Ingestion: not applicable

Notes for doctors:

Expert reports on human tests involving efficacy and tolerance of Marly Skin Guard™ are available. The product has no toxic, contact allergenic or photo-dynamic properties.

5. Fire fighting measures

Suitable extinguishing agents: Foam, extinguishing powder, water spray jet, CO2

Unsuitable extinguishing agents: Full water jet

Special hazards caused by the product

or its combustive products: Risk of formation of toxic pyrolysis products

Special fire fighting equipment: Wear breathing apparatus independent from ambient air.

Additional notes: Water jet for cooling aerosol cans at risk. Disposal of combustion residues and of contaminated extinguishing water in compliance with local regulations.

6. Accidental release measures

Personal safety measures: Ensure adequate ventilation


Environmental protection measures: not applicable

Measures for cleaning: Pick up the material using mechanical means and dispose of the material properly.

7. Handling and storage

Notes on safe handling: Use only in well ventilated areas

Notes on fire and explosion safety: Keep away from sources of ignition – do not smoke

Storage room and container

requirements: no special measures required

Storage with other products: Do not store near oxidation agents

Other storage conditions: Store containers in a well ventilated and cool area. Exposure to heat results in pressure increase and risk of bursting

8. Exposure controls / personal protection

Additional notes on the design of technical equipment:

Ensure adequate ventilation at the place of work.

Ingredients / components with limit values to be monitored at the place of work: (DE)

Ingredient (ppm)* (mg/m³) General notes:

Propane / Butane 1,000 2,400 DFG

*Threshold limit value at place of work

Respirator: Breathing apparatus in the event of high concentrations. Short-term filter unit, Filter Type A

Hand protection: not applicable

Eye protection: not applicable

Body protection: none

General safety: Avoid contact with the eyes. Do not inhale gases / vapours / aerosols

Hygiene measures: not applicable

Limiting and monitoring

environmental exposure: not determined

9. Physical and chemical properties

Form: Aerosol

Colour: White

Odour: Generic

pH: 5 – 7

pH (1%): not determined

Boiling point (°C): not applicable

Flash point ((°C): not applicable

Flammability (°C): not applicable

Lower explosion limit: 1.5 vol%

Upper explosion limit: 11.0 vol%

Fire promoting: no

Vapour pressure (kPa): not determined

Density (g/ml): 0.92

Bulk density (kg/m³): not applicable

Solubility in water: partially mixable

Distribution coefficient n-

octanol / water: not applicable

Viscosity: not applicable

Relative vapour density, with

reference to air: not applicable

Vaporisation velocity: not applicable

Melting point (°C): not applicable

Self-ignition (°C): not applicable

Decomposition product (°C): not applicable

10. Stability and reactivity

Hazardous reactions: Risk of bursting, potential formation of flammable mixtures in air if heated beyond the flash point and/or when sprayed or vaporised

Hazardous decomposition

products: Flammable gases / vapours

11. Toxicological information

Oral toxicity: LD 50 > 5,000 mg/kg (rat)

Dermal toxicity: LD 50 > 2,000 mg/kg (rat)

Eye irritation index: 0.0 (rabbit)

Skin irritation index: 0.0 (rabbit, intact skin)

Skin irritation index: 0.0 (rabbit, damaged skin)

Subcutaneous dermal toxicity: negative (28 days exposure, rabbit)

Empirical data and observations show that the product may be handled without health risks if used and handled properly and if the normal standards of health and safety at work are observed.

12. Ecological information

Water hazard category WGK 1

The components and ingredients are over 90% biodegradable.

13. Notes on disposal

Disposal / product: Disposable as hazardous waste

EAK No. (recommended): 160504*

Disposal / uncleaned package: Uncontaminated packages may be recycled

14. Transport information

General details:

UN Number: 1950

ADR Classification: 2

Road / rail transport: (GGVSE/ADR/RID):

Category / package group: 2/-

Designation: UN 1950 pressurised gas packs, 2.1

Marking: UN 1950 AEROSOLS

Classification code: 5F

Factor (ADR 3

LQ (ADR 3.4.6): LQ2

Hazard slip: 2.1

Vapour pressure: not determined

IMDG Classification: 2.1

Sea transport (GGVSee/IMDG Code)

Category / package group: 2/-

Designation: UN 1950, Aerosols, 2.1

Marking: Aerosols, UN 1950, Class: 2.1

Hazard slip: 2.1

LQ (l, kg): 1

EmS: F-D, S-U

IATA Classification: 2.1

Air transport (IATA-DGR)

Designation: Aerosols, flammable, Class: 2.1 UN 1950

Marking: Aerosols; flammable UN 1950

Hazard slip: Flammable gas

15. Regulatory information

Product classified and marked in compliance with EU Directives


Hazard symbols: “Flame symbol” highly flammable

R12 Highly flammable

S 23.4: Do not inhale aerosol

S 51: Use only in well ventilated area

15.1 Special marking of certain preparations

Container is pressurised. Protect from direct sunlight exposure and temperatures above 50°C. After us, do not open by force or incinerate. Do not spray into naked flames or glowing objects. Keep away from sources of ignition – do not smoke. Keep out of reach of children.

15.2 Documentation sources

EU: 91/155 (2001/58); 67/584 (2004/73, 29. ATP); 1999/45 (2006/8); 91/689 (2001/118); 89/542; 1999/13; 2004/42

Details on transport: ADR (2007); IMDG Code (32nd amendment); IATAA-DGR (2007)

15.3 National regulations

GefStoffV 2004; 89/542 EWG; 89/686 EWG; WRMG; WHG; TRG 300; TRGS 200; TRGS 900; TRGS 615

Water hazard category: 1, pursuant to VwVwS dated 27 July 2005

Accident code, observe limits: yes

TA Air classification: 5.2.5

Product code: not determined

BfR No.: not determined

VCI storage class: not determined

Other regulations: TRG 300: Storage regulation for pressurised gas packs (aerosols)

16. Other information

(Details on ingredients / components, see Item 2)

R 12: Highly flammable

16.1 Additional information

Observe employment restrictions: yes

VOC (1999/13/EG): not determined

Customs tariff: 33049900

16.2 Details on ingredients / components

2004/42/EG: not relevant

UBA Registration: not relevant

648/2004/EG, contains: not relevant

16.3 Amended / modified items

not relevant