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@ Both Acrysirup and accelerant DR-AC-102 are classified under the Fire Control Law as first-class petroleum, type-4 dangerous and flammable substances. During application both substances must be handled as flammable substances and clearly marked as such when stored.
 
A While vapor from Acrysirup has not been judged as toxic, keep the workplace well ventilated at all times.
 
B Wear rubber gloves so that Acrysirup does not come into direct contact with the skin. Thoroughly wash with soap and water any part of the skin that comes into contact with Acrysirup. If Acrysirup comes into contact with the eyes, irrigate the eyes for at least 15 minutes and see a physician.
 
C While BPO-50 hardener is a safe chemical powder containing 50% benzoyl peroxide, avoid exposing it to fire and direct sunlight, clearly label containers, and store in a dark, cool place.
 
D Always store and handle DR-AC-102 accelerant and BPO-50 hardener separately, and always measure out these substances in separate containers.
 
E Shake the container before using Acrysirup in order to uniformly disperse constituent ingredients that separate to the top layer when Acrysirup is kept stationary. Insufficient dispersion of constituent ingredients can be a cause of inadequate curing.
 
F Avoid long-term storage of Acrysirup in places with a temperature of 25 or greater. Acrysirup can be stored for 6 months under normal temperature.
 
G All application materials must not be exposed to water. Also avoid exposure to water when storing and mixing.
 
H For material left over after completing application, first check that the heat of reaction from curing is completely finished and then dispose using procedures appropriate for flammable substances.
 
I Do not adjust viscosity by adding substances such as paint thinner or lacquer thinner because they will cause Acrysirup to cure inadequately.
 
 
   
 
Ryoko Co., Ltd, Construction Chemicals Division, Acrysirup Department
14-1 Kaomi-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan 103-0016@phone 03-5651-0656
 
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