Agent Name

Ethanol, 2,2'-iminobis-, N-tallow alkyl derivatives

CAS Number

61791-44-4

Formula

Unspecified

Major Category

Other Uses

Synonyms

Alkyl (100% C12-C18) N,N-bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amine; [EPA] Ethomeen T/12; 2EO; Varonic T-220; (POE)20; Tallowamine T-220D; Ethomeen 18/60; E1095.01; Varonic T-220D; Genamin S080; TAMET Benzoate; [EPA ChAMP: Hazard Characterization] Amines, tallow alkyl, ethoxylated; Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) tallowalkylamine; [RTECS] ARMOSTAT 300; Alkyl(C14-C18)bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amine; [Akzo Nobel MSDS]

Category

Emulsifiers/Surfactants

Description

Light yellow paste; [Akzo Nobel MSDS]

Sources/Uses

Permitted for use as an inert ingredient in non-food pesticide products; [EPA] Used as a surface active agent and intermediate in chemical manufacturing, asphalt paving, roofing, saturated materials manufacturing, petroleum and coal products manufacturing, and support activities for mining; [EPA ChAMP: Hazard Characterization] Used as an antistatic additive; [Akzo Nobel MSDS]

Comments

Category includes long-chain alkyl substituted amines used in commercial product mixtures and includes primary alkylamines and alkyldiamines, dimethylalkylamines, dialkylmethylamines, dialkylamines, and trialkylamines. Low acute oral toxicity in rodents and low acute dermal toxicity in rabbits; [EPA ChAMP: Hazard Characterization] Histopathological changes of the intestine and lymph nodes observed in 90-day oral studies of rats and dogs; Skin irritation (at all tested doses) but no systemic toxicity observed in 28-day dermal studies of rabbits; [EPA ChAMP: Hazard Characterization] Causes burns; May cause skin sensitization; [Akzo Nobel MSDS]

Exposure Assessment
Lethal Concentration

LC50 (rat) > 600 mg/m3/4hr

Adverse Effects
Skin Sensitizer

Yes

Dermatotoxin

Skin Burns

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