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Hazardous Substances Act, 1973 (Act No. 15 of 1973)

Declaration of Group II Hazardous Substances

 

 

The Deputy Minister of Health and Welfare has, in terms of section 2(1)(a) of the Hazardous Substances Act, 1973, read together with section 27(1) of the Republic of South Africa Constitution Act, 1983, declared the substances specified in the Schedule hereto to be Group II hazardous substances.

 

Schedule

(N.O.S. means "not otherwise specified".)

 

Acetal.

Acetaldehyde (aldehyde).

Acetaldehyde ammonia.

Acetic anhydride.

Acetone.

Acetone cyanohydrin.

Acetyl bromide.

Acetyl chloride.

Acetylene, dissolved.

Acetyl iodide.

Acid butyl phosphate.

Acid mixtures, hydrofluoric and sulphuric.

Acid mixtures, nitrating acid.

Acid mixtures, nitrating acid, spent, free from explosives.

Acrolein (acraldehyde), inhibited.

Acrolein dimer, stabilised (2-formyI-3, 4-dihydro-2Hpyran).

Acrylamide.

Acrylic acid, inhibited.

Acrylonitrile, inhibited.

Adiponitrile (1,4-dicyano-butane, tetramethylene cyanide).

Air, compressed.

Air, refrigerated, liquid.

Alcohol, denatured (methylated spirit).

Alcohol. industrial.

Alkyl, aryl and toluene sulphuric acids, liquid, gelling, containing not more than 5 per cent of free sulphuric acid.

Alkyl, aryl and toluene sulphuric acids. liquid, non-geliing, containing not more than 5 per cent of free sulphuric acid.

Allyl acetate.

Allyl alcohol.

Allylamine.

Allyl bromide.

Allyl chloride (3-chloro-propene).

Allyl chloroformate.

Allyl formate.

Allyl glycidyl ether.

Allyl iodide.

Allyl trichlorosilane, stabilised.

alpha-Chloropropionic acid.

alpha-Pinene.

alpha-Methyl valeraldehyde.

Aluminium bromide, anhydrous.

Aluminium chloride. anhydrous.

Aluminium triethyl.

Aluminium trimethyl.

Ammonia, anhydrous, liquefied and ammonia solutions having a relative density (specify gravity) of less than 0,880 at 15°C in water, containing over 50 per cent ammonia.

Ammonia, solution containing more than 10 per cent but not more than 35 per cent ammonia and having a relative density (specific gravity) at 15°C from 0,957 to 0,880 in water.

Ammonia, solutions having a relative density (specific gravity) of less than 0.880 at 15°C in water, containing more than 35 per cent but not mon than 50 per cent ammonia.

Ammonia nitrate, containing not more than 0,2 per cent of combustible substances, including any organic substances calculated as carbon, to the exclusion of any other added substances.

Ammonium nitrate liquid (hot concentrated solution).

Amyl acetate.

Amyl alcohol, tertiary (2 methyl butan-2-ol).

Amyl alcohols (primary and secondary).

Amylamine.

Amyl chloride.

Amylene, normal (1-pentene).

Amyl formate.

Amyl mercaptan.

Amyl methyl ketone (methyl amyl ketone).

Amyl nitrate.

Amyl nitrite.

Amyltrichlorosilane.

Aniline (aniline oil, phenylamine, aminobenzene)

Anisole.

Anisoylchloride.

Antimony pentachloride (antimony perchloride), liquid.

Antimony pentafluoride.

Antimony pentachloride (antimony perchloride), liquid.

Antimony trichloride (antimonious chloride), caustic antimony, butter of antimony, mineral butter).

Argon, compressed.

Argon, refrigerated liquid.

Arsine (hydrogen arsenide).

Battery fluid (electrolyte).

Benzaldehyde.

Benzene (Benzol).

Benezene thiol (thiophenol).

Benzine.

Benzotrichloride.

Benzotrifluoride.

Benzoyl chloride.

Benzyl bromide.

Benzyl chloride.

Boron trichloride.

Boron trifluoride.

Boron trifluoride acetic acid complex.

Boron trifluoride diethyl etherate.

Brake fluid, hydraulic.

Bromine and solutions of bromine.

Bromine pentafluoride.

Bromine trifluoride.

Bromoacetic acid.

Bromoacetyl bromide.

Bromobenzene.

2-Bromobutane.

Bromopropanes (isopropyl bromide).

Bromotrifluoethylene.

Bromotrifluoromethane.

Butadiene, inhibited.

Butanedione.

Butane or butane mixtures.

Butane-1-thiol.

Butanol (butyl alcohol).

Secondary butanol (secondary butyl alcohol).

Tertiary butanol (tertiary butyl alcohol).

Butyl acetate, normal.

Secondary butyl acetate.

Butylacrylate.

Butylamine, normal.

Butyl benzene (2-methyl-2-phenylpropane, 1-phenylbutane, 2-phenylbutane).

Butyl bromide. normal.

Butylene (butene).

Butyl formate, normal.

n-Butyl methacrylate.

Butyl nitrite.

n-Butyl peroxydicarbonate, maximum concentration 52 per cent in solution.

Butyl toluenes (p-tert-butyl toluene).

Butyltrichlorosilane.

Butyl vinyl ether.

Butyraldehyde.

Butyronitrile.

Butyryl chloride.

Caesium hydroxide.

Caesium hydroxide solution.

Calcium carbide (carbide of calcium).

Calcium hypochlorite, dry, including mixtures containing more than 39 per cent available chlorine (8,8 per cent available oxygen).

Calcium nitrate.

Camphor oil.

Carbamate pesticides and herbicides with LD50-value above 50 mg/kg.

Carbon dioxide.

Carbon dioxide and ethylene oxide mixtures containing not more than 10 per cent carbon dioxide.

Carbon dioxide and ethylene oxide mixtures containing not more than 17 per cent ethylene oxide.

Carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide mixtures.

Carbon dioxide and oxygen mixtures.

Carbon dioxide (carbonic anhydride), refrigerated liquid.

Carbon monoxide.

Carbon monoxide/hydrogen mixtures (Fischer Tropsch gas, synthesis gas, Blau gas, water gas).

Carbonyl fluoride.

Carbonyl sulphide (carbon oxysulphide).

Caustic alkali liquids N.O.S.

Chlorine.

Chlorine trifluoride.

Chloroacetic acid (monochloroacetic acid), liquid.

Chloroacetic acid, solid.

Chloroacetyl chloride.

Chloroaniline, liquid.

Chlorobenzene (monochlorobenzene).

Chlorobenzotrifluoride.

Chlorobutanes (1-chlorobutane, butyl chloride normal 2-chlorobutane).

Chlorocresol.

Chlorodifluoroethane.

1,1,1-Chlorodifluoroethane.

Chlorodifluoromethane (monochlorodifluormethane).

Chlorodinitrobenzene (dinitrochlorobenzene).

Chloroform.

Chloronitrobenzene.

Chloro-ortho-nitrotoluene.

Chloropentafluoroethane.

Chlorophenates (chlorophenols), liquid.

Chlorophenates(chlorophenols),solid.

Chlorophenyl trichlorosilane.

Chloroprene, inhibited.

2-Chloropropane (isopropyl chloride).

Chlorosulphonic acid (with or without sulphur trioxide).

Chlorotetrafluoroethane.

Chlorotoluene.

Chlorotrifluoromethane (trifluorochloromethane).

Chromic acid solution.

Chromic fluoride, solid.

Chromic fluoride solution.

Chromium oxychloride.

Coal gas.

Coal tar distillate with a flash-point equal to or below 32°C (90°F).

Coal tar distillate with a flash-point above 32°C (90°F) but less than 61°C(141°F).

Cresols (ortho-meta- and para-).

Cresylic acid.

Crotonaldehyde, stabilised (beta-methyl acrolein, 2-butanol crotonic aldehyde).

Crotonylene.

Cumene hydroperoxide, technical, pure.

Cyanide solutions.

Cyanogen chloride.

Cyclobutane (tetramethylene).

Cycloheptane.

Cyclohexane.

Cyclohexanone.

Cyclohexene.

Cyclohexenyltrichlorosilane.

Cyclohexyl acetate.

Cyclohexylamine.

Cyclohexyltrichlorosilane.

Cyclo-octadiene,

Cyclopentane.

Cyclopentanol.

Cyclopentanone.

Cyclopentene.

Cyclopropane, liquefied.

p-Cymene (cymol, methylpropylbenzene, isopropyltoluene, isopropyltoluol).

Decahydronaphthalene (decalin).

n-Decane.

Deuterium (heavy hydrogen).

Diacetone alcohol.

Diallylamine.

Diallylether.

4,4-Diaminodiphenylamine.

4,4-Diaminodiphenyl methane (p,p-methylene dianiline).

Diborane.

Dibromobenzene (metadibromobenzene, 1,3-dibromoibenzene).

Di-(n-butyl)-amine.

Dibutyl ethers (butyl ethers).

Dichloroacetyl chloride.

o-Dichlorobenzene (orthodichlorobenzene).

Dichlorodifluoromethane.

1,1-Dichloroethane.

Dichloroethylene.

Dichloroethyl ether.

Dichioromethane (methylene chloride).

Dichloromonofluoromethane.

Dichloropentane.

Dichloropropene.

Dichlorosilane.

Dichlorotetrafluoroethane (tetrafluorodichloroethane).

Dicycloheptadiene.

Dicyclopentadiene.

1,2-Diethoxyethane (ethylene glycol diethyl ether).

Diethyl aluminium chloride (aluminium diethylmonochloride).

Diethylamine.

Diethylaminoethanol (N,N-diethylethanolamine).

N,N-diethyl aniline.

Diethylbenzene.

Diethyl carbonate.

Diethylcarbinol (3-pentanoI).

Diethylenetriamine.

Diethyl ether (ethyl, ether, anaesthetic ether, sulphuric ether).

Diethyl ketone.

Diethyl sulphate (ethyl sulphate).

Diethyl sulphide.

Difluoroethane.

1,1-Difluoroethylene.

Difluoromonochloroethane.

Difluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous.

2,3-Dihydropyran.

Diisobutylamine.

Diisobutylene isomeric compounds (alpha-diisobutylene beta-diisobutylene 2,4,4trimethyl-pentene-1,2,4,4-trimethyl-pentene-2).

Diisobutyl ketone.

Diisopropylamine.

Diisopropylbenzene hydroperoxide, maximum concentration 72 per cent in solution.

Diisopropyl ether.

Diketene, inhibited.

1,2-Dimethoxyethane.

Dimethylamine, anhydrous.

Dimethylamine solution.

2,3-Dimethylbutane.

Dimethyl carbonate.

Dimethylcyclohexylamine.

Dimethyldichlorosilane.

Dimethylethanolamine (deanol, 2-dimethylaminoethanoll.

Dimethyl ether.

N,N-dimethylformamide.

Dimethylhydrazine, unsymmetrical.

2,2-dimethyl-propane (Neopentane) other than pentane and its isomers.

Dimethyl sulphate (methyl sulphate).

Dimethyl sulphide.

Dinitrobenzene.

Dinitrotoluene, liquid.

Dioxane.

Dioxolane.

Dipentene (Cajeputene cinene di-paramentha-1,8-diene, limonene, inactive).

Diphenyldichlorosilane.

Dipropylamine.

Diquat.

Divinyl ether.

Epichlorohydrin.

Ethane, compressed.

Ethane, refrigerated liquid.

Ethanolamine and solutions thereof.

Ethanol (ethyl alcohol).

2-Ethoxyethanol (ethyiene glycol monoethyl ether).

2-Ethoxyethyl acetate (ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate).

Ethyl acetate.

Ethyl acetylene (but-1-yne).

Ethyl acrylate, inhibited.

Ethylamine 50-70 per cent solution in water.

Ethylamine(monoethylamine).

Ethyl amyl ketone.

Ethylbenzene.

Ethyl borate (triethyl borate).

Ethyl bromide.

2-Ethylbutanol.

Ethylbutyl acetate.

Ethyl butyl ether (butyl ethyl ether).

2-Ethylbutyraldehyde.

Ethyl butyrate.

Ethyl chloride (chloroethane).

Ethyl chloroacetate.

Ethyl chloroformate (ethyl chlorocarbonate).

Ethyl crotonate.

Ethyldichlorosilane.

Ethylene.

Ethylene chlorohydrin (2-chloroethanol).

Ethylenediamine (1,2-diaminoethane).

Ethylene dibromide.

Ethylene dichloride (1-2-dichloroethane).

Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether acetate.

Ethylene glucol monomethyl ether (methyl glycol).

Ethyleneimine, inhibited.

Ethylene oxide (oxirane, epoxyethane) containing not more than 0,2 per cent nitrogen.

Ethylene, refrigerated liquid.

Ethylformate.

Ethyl hexaldehyde.

Ethyl lactate.

Ethyl mercaptan (ethanethiol).

Ethyl methacrylate.

Ethyl methyl ether.

Ethyl methyl ketone (methyl ethyl ketone, methyl ethyl ketone butanone).

Ethyl nitrite solutions.

1-Ethyl piperidine.

Ethyl propionate.

Ethyl propyl ether (ethoxy propane-1).

Ethyltrichlorosilane.

Ferric chloride (iron chloride, iron perchloride, iron sesquichloride).

Fluoboric acid (hydrofluoboric acid).

Fluorine.

Fluorophosphoric acid, anhydrous.

Fluorosulphonic acid.

Fluosilicic acid (silicofiuoric acid, hydrosilicofluoric acid, hydrofluosilicic acid, sand acid).

Formaldehyde solutions with a flash point above 61°C (141°F) (formalin, formic aldehyde, methanal).

Formaldehyde solutions (for example, formalin) with a flash point of not more than 61°C.

Formic acid.

Fumaryl chloride.

Furfural.

Furfurylamine.

Fusel oil.

Gas oil.

Glacialacetic acid (more than 90 per cent weight).

Hazardous waste, containing isocyanates N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, containing organo-lead compounds N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, flammable liquid, flash point less than 23°C.

Hazardous waste, flammable liquid, flash point 23°C to 61°C.

Hazardous waste, flammable solid or sludge N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, liquid agrochemicals, toxic, N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, liquid containing acid.

Hazardous waste, liquid containing alkali.

Hazardous waste, liquid containing inorganic cyanides.

Hazardous waste, liquid N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, liquid, toxic, N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, miscellaneous. packaged, N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, solid containing inorganic cyanides.

Hazardous waste, solid or sludge, agrochemicals, toxic, N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, solid or sludge. containing acid.

Hazardous waste, solid or sludge, containing alkalis.

Hazardous waste, solid or sludge N.O.S.

Hazardous waste, solid or sludge, toxic, N.O.S.

Helium, compressed.

Helium, refrigerated liquid.

Heptane and its isomers.

n-heptene.

Hexachlorobenzene (perchlorobenzene).

Hexadecyltrichlorosilane.

Hexadiene.

Hexafluorophosphoric acid.

Hexafluoropropylene.

Hexaldehyde.

Hexamethylenediamine solution.

Hexane and its isomers.

Hexanols.

Hex-1-ene.

Hexyltrichlorosilane.

Hydrazine, anhydrous and its aqueous solutions containing more than 64 per cent, by weight, hydrazine.

Hydrazine hydrate and aqueous solutions of hydrazine, containing not more than 64 per cent, by weight, hydrazine.

Hydriodic acid (hydrogen iodide solution).

Hydrobromic acid (hydrogen bromide solution).

Hydrocarbon gases and mixtures of such gases, compressed, N.O.S.

Hydrocarbon gases and mixtures of such gases, liquefied, N.O.S.

Hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid, spirits of salts) in solution.

Hydrofluoric acid solution (fluoric acid, hydrogen flueride solution) containing less than 60 per cent hydrogen fluoride.

Hydrofluoric acid solution (fluoric acid, hydrogen flueride solution) containing 60 per cent or more hydrogen fluoride.

Hydrogen and methane mixtures (flammable compressed gas).

Hydrogen bromide, anhydrous.

Hydrogen chloride, anhydrous.

Hydrogen chloride, refrigerated, liquid.

Hydrogen, compressed.

Hydrogen fluoride, anhydrous.

Hydrogen peroxide and its aqueous solutions, stabilised, containing more than 60 per cent hydrogen peroxide.

Hydrogen peroxide, aqueous solutions containing at least 8 per cent and not more than 60 per cent hydrogen peroxide (stabilised as necessary).

Hydrogen, refrigerated, liquid.

Hydrogen selenide (hydroselenic acid), anhydrous.

Hydrogen sulphide (sulphuretted hydrogen), liquefied.

Hydroquinone(1,4-benzenediol, quinol, hydroquinol, p-dihydroxybenzene).

Hypochlorite, solutions containing more than 5 per cent available chlorine.

Insecticide gases, toxic N.O.S.

Iodine monochloride.

Isobutane and isobutane mixtures.

Isobutanol (isobutyl alcohol).

Isobutyl acetate.

Isobutylamine.

Isobutylene (isobutene).

Isobutyl isobutyrate.

Isobutyl methacrylate.

Isobutyraldehyde (isobutyl aldehyde).

Isobutyronitrile.

Isododecane (pentamethylheptane).

Isopheptene.

Isohexene.

Isononanoyl peroxide, technical, pure or in solution.

Iso-octene.

Isopentene.

Isophorone.

Isophoronediamine.

Isoprene, inhibited.

Isopropanol (isopropyl alcohol).

Isopropenyl acetate.

Iso-propenylbenzene (alpha-methylstyrene ,2-phenylpropene).

Isopropyl acetate.

Isopropylamine.

Isopropylbenzene (cumene).

Isopropyl formate.

Isopropyl nitrate.

Kerosene (paraffin).

Krypton, compressed.

Krypton, refrigerated liquid.

Lead sulphate containing more than 3 per cent free acid.

Lithium hydroxide monohydrate.

Lithium hydroxide solution.

Liquefied non-flammable gases charged with nitrogen, carbon dioxide or air.

Maleic anhydride.

p-Menthane hydroperoxide, technical, pure.

Mercaptans and mixtures, liquid, N.O.

Mesityl oxide.

Methacrylic acid, inhibited.

Methane and natural gases with a high methane content, compressed.

Methane and natural gases with a high methane content, refrigerated liquid.

Methanol (methyl alcohol, wood alcohol, columbian spirits).

4-Methoxy-4-methyl-pentan-2-one.

Methyl acetate.

Methyl acetone.

Methyl acetylene mixed with 15 to 20 per cent propadiene.

Methyl acrylate, inhibited.

Methylal.

Methylamine, anhydrous.

Methylamine, aqueous solution.

Methyl amyl acetate.

2-Methyl-1-butene.

2-Methyl-2-butene.

Methyl butyrate.

Methyl chloride (chloromethane).

Methyl chloroacetate.

Methyl chloroformate (methylchlorocarbonate).

Methylchloromethyl ether (chloromethyl methyl ether).

Methyl chlorosilane.

Methyl cyanide (acetonitrile).

Methyl cyclohexane.

Methyl cyclohexanols (hexahydromethyl phenol, hexahydrocresol) of flash point below 141°F (60,5°C).

Methyl cyclohexanone.

Methyl cyclopentane.

Methyldichlorosilane

Methylene bis (phenylene diisocyanate).

2-Methylfuran.

5-Methylhexan-2-one.

Methylhydrazine.

Methyl isobutyl carbinol (methyl amyl alcohol MIBC 4-methyl pentan-2ol).

Methyl isobutyl ketone.

Methyl isocyanate and solutions.

Methyl isopropenyl ketone, inhibited.

Methylmercaptan.

Methyl methacrylate monomer, inhibited.

Methylpentane.

Methyl propionate.

Methyl propyl ketone.

Methyltetrahydrofuran.

Methyltrichlorosilane.

Methyl vinyl ketone.

Monochlorodifluoromono: bromomethane.

Morpholine (tetrahydro-1,4-oxazine).

Motor fuel anti-knock mixtures (''ethyl fluid'').

Motor spirit (includes gasoline or petrol).

Naphtha (coal tar, crude and solvent).

Naphtha, petroleum.

Naphtha, solvent.

Naphthalene (creosote salts), crude or refined.

Naphthalene, molten.

Naphthylamine (alpha).

Natural gasoline (casinghead gasoline).

Neon, compressed.

Neon, refrigerated liquid.

Nickel carbonyl.

Nitrates, inorganic. N.O.S.

Nitrates of soda and potash, mixtures.

Nitric acid other than red fuming nitric acid.

Nitric acid, red, fuming.

Nitric oxide.

Nitric oxide and nitrogen tetroxide mixtures.

Nitrobenzene (nitrobenzol, mirbane oil).

Nitrobenzenesulphonic acid.

Nitrocresols.

Nitrogen, compressed.

Nitrogen dioxide (nitrogen tetroxide), liquefied.

Nitrogen, refrigerated liquid.

Nitrogen trifluoride.

Nitroglycerin (glycerol trinatrate) solution in alcohol containing not more than 1 per cent nitroglycerin.

Nitrohydrochloric acid (nitromuriatic acid).

Nitromethane.

Nitrosyl chloride.

Nitrosylsulphuric acid.

Nitrotoluidines (mono).

Nitrous oxide.

Nitrous oxide, refrigerated, liquid.

Nitroxylenes.

Nonane and its isomers.

Nonyltrichlorosilane.

Octadecyltrichlorosilane.

Octafluorocyclobutane.

Octane and its isomers.

Octyltrichlorosilane.

Oil gas.

Organophosphorous pesticides and herbicides with an LD50 value above 50 mg/kg.

Ortho-anisidine.

Oxygen, compressed.

Oxygen difluoride.

Oxygen, refrigerated liquid.

Paraldehyde.

Pentane-2,4-dione.

n-Pentane and iso-pentane.

Perchloric acid concentration not exceeding 50 per cent, by weight, of acid.

Perchloric acid over 50 per cent acid and not more than 72 per cent acid, by weight.

Petroleum crude oil.

Petroleum distillates N.O.S., bentene content less than 5 per cent.

Petroleum fuel. This substance does not include butane, butane mixtures, hydrocarbon gases or mixtures of such gases, N.O.S., or propane.

Petroleum gases, liquefied.

Petroleum spirit (benzolene, petroleum ether).

Phenol (carbolic acid), molten.

Phenol (carbolic acid), solid.

Phenolsulphonic acid, liquid.

Phenyl isocyanate.

Phenyltrichlorosilane.

Phosgene (carbonyl chloride).

Phosphine (phosphoretted hydrogen).

Phosphoric acid (orthophosphoric acid).

Phosphorus, amorphous (red phosphorus).

Phosphorus oxybromide.

Phosphorus pentachloride.

Phosphorus pentasulphide, free from yellow and white phosphorus.

Phosphorus pentoxide (phosphoric acid, anhydrous).

Phosphorus sesquisulphide, free from yellow and white phosphorus .

Phosphorus tribromide (phosphorus bromide).

Phosphorus trichloride (phosphorous chloride).

Phosphorus, white molten.

Phosphorus, white or yellow, dry or under water or in solution.

Phosphoryl chloride (phosphorus oxychloride).

Phthalic anhydride.

Picolines (methyl pyridines).

Pinane hydroperoxide, technical, pure.

alpha-Pinene.

Pine oil.

Piperidine.

Polychlorinated biphenyls.

Polystyrene beads, expandable, containing flammable liquid.

Potassium bifluoride.

Potassium cyanide.

Potassium fluoride.

Potassium hydroxide, solid.

Potassium hydroxide solution (caustic potash, potash liquor).

Potassium metal.

Potassium nitrate (saltpetre).

Potassium sulphide, hydrated, containing 30 per cent and more of crystallisation water.

Propadiene (aliene).

Propane.

Propanethiols.

Propanol (propyl alcohol).

Propionaldehyde.

Propionic acid.

Propionitrile.

Propionyl chloride.

Propyl acetate, normal.

Propylamine (monopropylamine).

Propyl benzene.

Propyl chloride.

Propylenediamine.

Propylene dichloride.

Propyleneimine, inhibited.

Propylene oxide.

Propylene (propane).

Propyl formates.

Propyl nitrate, normal.

Propyltrichlorosilane.

Pyridine.

Pyrosulphuryl chloride.

Pyrrolidine.

Quinoline.

Rare gases, mixtures.

Rare gases, mixtures with nitrogen.

Rare gases, mixtures with oxygen.

Resin solution in flammable liquid, insoluble in water, non-toxic, flash point above 23°C, N.O.S.

Resin solution in flammable liquid, insoluble in water, non-toxic, flash point 23°C or below. N.O.S.

Resin solution in flammable liquid, insoluble in water, toxic. flash point < 23°C.

Resin solution in flammable liquid, insoluble in water, toxic, flash point > 23°C.

Resin solution in flammable liquid, soluble in water, non-toxic, flash point < 23°C.

Resin solution in flammable liquid. soluble in water, non-toxic, flash point > 23°C.

Resin solution in flammable liquid, soluble in water, toxic, flash point above 23°C. N.O.S.

Resin solution in flammable liquid. soluble in water, toxic, flash point 23°C. or below. N.O.S.

Selenic acid.

Shale oil.

Silane (hydrogen silicide).

Silicon tetrachloride (silicon chloride).

Silicon tetrafluoride.

Sodium aluminate solution.

Sodium chlorite.

Sodium chlorite solution containing more than 5 per cent available chlorine.

Sodium cyanide.

Sodium hydrogen sulphate containing more than 3 per cent free acid.

Sodiurn hydrosulphide, solid.

Sodium hydroxide, solid.

Sodium hydroxide solution (caustic soda, liquor, sodium hydrate, lye)

Sodium, metal.

Sodium metal dispersion in organic liquids.

Sodium methylate solutions in alcohol.

Sodium monoxide.

Sodium nitrate and potassium nitrate mixtures.

Sodium nitrate (chile saltpetre).

Sodium nitrite.

Sodium sulphide, hydrated with at least 30 per cent water.

Sodium superoxide.

Stannic chloride, anhydrous (tin tetrachloride, tin chloride, filming).

Styrene monomer, inhibited (cinnamene cinnamol, phenylethylene or vinylbenzene).

Sulphur.

Sulphur chlorides (sulphur dichloride, sulphur monochloride).

Sulphur dioxide,liquefied.

Sulphur hexafluoride.

Sulphuric acid.

Sulphuric acid, fuming.

Sulphuric acid, spent.

Sulphur, molten.

Sulphurous acid.

Sulphur tetrafluoride.

Sulphur trioxide, inhibited.

Sulphuryl chloride.

Tars, liquid, including road asphalt and oils, bitumen.

Terpene hydrocarbons N.O.S.

Tetrachlomethane (acetylene tetrachloride).

Tetrachloroethylene (perchloroethylene).

Tetraethyl silicate (ethyl silicate).

Tetrafluoroethylene, inhibited.

Tetrafluoromethane.

1,2,3,6-Tetrahydrobenzaldehyde.

Tetrahydrofuran.

Tetramethylammonium hydroxide.

Thioglycolic acid.

Thionyl chloride.

Thiopenen.

Thiophosphoryl chloride (phosphorus sulphochloride).

Titanium tetrachloride.

Toluene (toluol).

Toluene di-isocyanate (tolylene di-isocyanate, toluylene di-isocyanate).

Toluidines.

2,4-Toluylenediamine.

Triallylamine.

Trichloroacetic acid.

Trichloroethylene.

Trichlorosilane.

Triethylamine.

Triethylene diamine.

Triethylene tetramine.

Trifluorochloroethylene.

Trifluoroethane, flammable compressed gas.

Trifluoromethane.

Triisobutylene.

Trimethylamine anhydrous.

Trimethylamine.

Trimethylamine, aqueous solutions containing not more than 30 per cent of trimethylamine.

1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene.

Trimethyl berate.

Trimethylchlorosilane.

3,3,5-Trimethylhexamethylenediamine.

Trimethyl phosphite.

Trimpropylamine.

Tripropylene (propylene trimer).

Turpentine.

Turpentine substitute (white spirit).

Undecane.

Valeraldehyde (amyl aldehyde, pentanal valeral, N-valeraldehyde, valeric aldehyde, iso-valeraldehyde).

Vinyl acetate, inhibited.

Vinyl bromide, inhibited.

Vinyl chloride, inhibited.

Vinyl ethyl ether, inhibited.

Vinyl fluoride, inhibited.

Vinylidene chloride, inhibited.

Vinyl isobutyl ether, inhibited.

Vinyl methyl ether, inhibited.

Vinyl toluene (methyl-styrene, methylvinylbenzene, tolylethylene), mixed isomers, inhibited.

Vinyltrichlorosilane, inhibited.

Xenon.

Xylene (xylol).

Xylenol.

Xylidine.

Zinc chloride solution.