for Aluminium Paste Storage, Handling and Transportation
away from direct sunlight, rainwater, and excessive dampness.
do not allow aluminum paste to come in contact with water，acid,
indoors in sealed containers, at no more than 40°C and preferably at 15°C–25°C.
special leafing grades which are subject to stearic acid separation, storage
indoors 15 °C–45°C is preferable.
seal containers when not using aluminum paste in order to prevent it from being
mixed with reactive substances.
while storing aluminum paste, an aluminum paste container expands due to
abnormal internal pressure, gradually open the lids slowly, use needle to make
some small holes on plastic bag to release the gas.
When adding aluminum paste to coating
materials or when changing containers, please follow handling guidelines for
Avoid intense shocks or vibrations
Use tools made of non-sparking
materials (e.g. copper or aluminum based) when handling aluminum paste.
clean warehouses and work place
If aluminum paste is spilled from a
container, wipe it up with a cloth (waste cloth) and keep this in a sealed
container that does not contain any residual water, acid or alkali.
Keep out of reach of children.
Before discarding empty containers,
wash them and remove the residual contents completely.
When discarding aluminum paste,
consign it to a special waste disposer approved by a prefectural governor.
that the containers do not fall.
Confirm that containers are free from
damage, corrosion or leakage.
Provide appropriate coverings over containers
to prevent exposure to sunlight and penetration of rainwater.
Avoid intense vibrations or shocks.
select a safe location when parking.
If a large amount of aluminum paste
leaks out during transportation and the possibility of a disaster arises, take
emergency preventive actions and report the situation to a local fire station.
powder fire extinguisher or fiberglass
Never use fire extinguishers containing foam