Calcium Resinate is a greyish white to yellow amorphous powder which can be fused into greyish lumps. It has a mild pine odour, with partial solubility in water. Calcium Resinate is a volatile compound, and has the ability to generate heat from contact in the air, which can sometimes cause spontaneous combustion, igniting itself and nearby combustible materials. It is used in paint driers, coatings, leather tannings and making cosmetics, perfumes, enamels and waterproof layers.

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CAS Number: 9007-13-0
UN Number: 1313
Hazard Class: 4
Packing Group: III
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Physical properties of Calcium Resinate

Physical State: Fine powder
Appearance: Tan to white
Odor: No information available
Odor Threshold: No information available
pH: No information available
Melting Point / Range: Above 175°C
Boiling Point / Range: Above 260°C
Molecular Formula: No information available
Molecular Weight: Variable
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Safety information for Calcium Resinate

All the safety information for Calcium Resinate can be found in our MSDS (material safety data sheet) below. It includes information on first aid, accidental release, fire-fighting, handling and storage, personal protection and much more. Please familiarise yourself with the hazards before handling it.

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Flammability: Calcium Resinate’s flammability has not placed it on the Hazmat scale or assigned it a category, however, Calcium Resinate can still produce a highly combustible dust that should be kept away from naked flames and strong sources of heat.

Health: Calcium Resinate has the potential to cause damage to organs through toxicity, and is considered a Category 2 chemical. This is possible both after a single exposure, and multiple exposures.

Reactivity: Calcium Resinate is typically non-reactive under normal conditions, but can act as a powerful oxidiser, and can cause fires as well as accelerate them. Heated containers with Calcium Resinate have the potential to explode, and must be kept away from reactive chemicals.

It's recommended to consult the specific Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for accurate and up-to-date information for a particular product.