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SAFETY DATA SHEETS
Creating a safety data sheet has never been easier. Other language versions are created with one click.
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Conventional calculation method for DPD and calculation of classification according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 for CLP. There is also the possibility to classify using minimum classification based on concentration limits and content of individual components.
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SBLCore allows you to save documents in a large number of formats.
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Safety data sheets in six languages.
Transfer of safety data sheets into another language is done by pressing a single button.
LABELS and LABEL SHEETS
Automatic generation of labels according to information from the safety data sheet.
Displaying of the calculation results
CLASSIFICATION BALANCE SHEET
Calculation of classification can be stored in a separate file or attached to the SDS.
DATABASE OF 5293 SUBSTANCES
Updated database is available to all SBLCore users.
Designed for all manufacturers, importers, distributors and downstream users of hazardous chemical substances and mixtures. It can be used for processing, recording, revisions and printing of Safety Data Sheets and labels. SBLCore software is very useful tool for the companies as it helps the creation and administration of these documents to be much easier and faster. It also minimizes mistakes and inaccuracies in the documents and the document format is fully compliant with the legislation in force.
SBLCore system for creating Safety Data Sheets in English, Czech and Slovak. Convert between languages with one click. Software SBLCore for creation and evidence of Safety Data Sheets and labels designs is developing on the base of cooperation with GRACILIS, ltd, engaged EU chemical legislation and chemical legislation of each member states for several years. Software SBLCore immediatelly respond to any change in legislation in the field dispose of chemical substances and mixtures.
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The software is available in Czech, Slovak, English, German and Polish and creates Safety Data Sheets in these languages. The language of the safety data sheet is independent of the chosen language of the application. For example, in English version you can create safety data sheets in all available languages. Conversion of safety data sheets to another languages is possible by just one press of a button. We are preparing another languages of safety data sheets for next updates: Hungarian and Romanian.
The Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) sets rules for the use of articles treated with, or intentionally incorporating, one or more biocidal products.
According to the regulation, articles can only be treated with biocidal products containing active substances approved in the EU. This is a change from the Biocidal...
The n-Octanol/Water Partition Coefficient (Kow) is defined as the ratio of the concentration of a chemical in n-octanol and water at equilibrium at a specified temperature.
• Kow = Concentration in Octanol/ Concentration in water
Values of Kow are unitless and usually expressed as logKow, a relative indicator of the...
Soil adsorption coefficient (Kd) measures the amount of chemical substance adsorbed onto soil per amount of water.
• Kd = Concentration of chemical in soil / Concentration of chemical substance in water
Values for Kd vary greatly because the organic content of soil is not considered in the equation. Since adsorption...
Under a draft CLP Implementing Regulation, importers and downstream users placing hazardous mixtures on the market will be responsible for submitting information to poison centres in the relevant Member State(s). New online tools and a harmonised EU format will help companies to submit this information.