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Material safety data sheets

Material safety data sheets

The need to provide material safety data sheets is based on Directive 91/155/EEC from March 5th, 1991.
The directive reads:

Article 1

(1) a) The person who is responsible for placing a chemical substance or preparation on the market, whether the manufacturer, importer or distributor, shall supply the recipient, who is a professional user of the substance or preparation, with a safety data sheet containing the information set out in Article 3 and the Annex to this Directive, if the substance or preparation is classified as dangerous according to Directive 67/548/EEC or European Parliament and Council Directive 1999/45/EC.

Any person who is responsible for placing a preparation on the market, whether the manufacturer, importer or distributor, shall supply, on request of a professional user, a safety data sheet providing proportionate information as set out in Article 3 and the Annex to this Directive, if the preparation is not classified as dangerous according to Articles 5, 6 and 7 of Directive 1999/45/EC, but the preparation contains in an individual concentration of >= 1% by weight for non-gaseous preparations and >= 0.2% by volume for gaseous preparations at least one substance posing health or environmental hazards, or one substance for which there are Community workplace exposure limit

Typical abbreviations for safety sheets include:
MSDS = Material Safety Data Sheet
SDS = Safety Data Sheet

Below you will find a link to each Behr Hella Service part number from the A/C product range for which there is a material safety data sheet.

The data sheets are updated as soon as there is a new revised edition.

10/07/2015

 
 
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Material safety data sheets