Acrylamide

CAS RN:79-06-1

NFPA Hazard Classification

Acrylamide

Flammability: 2
Health: 2Instability: 2
Special: None

Health: 2 (Moderate)
Materials that, on intense or continued (but not chronic) exposure, could cause temporary incapacitation or possible residual injury, including those requiring the use of respiratory protective equipment that has an independent air supply. These materials are hazardous to health, but areas may be entered freely if personnel are provided with full-face mask self-contained breathing apparatus that provides complete eye protection.

Flammability: 2 (Moderate)
This degree includes materials that must be moderately heated before ignition will occur and includes Class II and IIIA combustible liquids and solids and semi-solids that readily give off ignitable vapors. Water spray may be used to extinguish fires in these materials because the materials can be cooled below their flash points.

Instability: 2 (Moderate)
Materials that can undergo violent chemical changes at elevated temperatures and pressures. This also includes materials that may react violently with water or that may form potentially explosive mixtures with water. In advanced or massive fires involving these materials, fire fighting should be done from a safe distance or from a protected location.

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