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Silver Fir Turpentine Balsam

Order number: 62040

Strasbourg-Turpentine-Balsam, dark




 

Delivery time approx. 5 working days

250 ml (glass)
Order number: 62040.20250.340 38.00 USD *
152.00 USD * / 1000 ml Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
1 l (glass)
Order number: 62040.21100.355 130.00 USD *
Prices plus NY Sales Tax plus shipping costs
 
 
 

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Handling and Warnings

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Safety Information

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Signal word: Warning


Hazard designation

  • H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction.

Safety Information

  • P261: Avoid breathing dust/ fume/ gas/ mist/ vapors/ spray.
  • P272: Contaminated work clothing should not be allowed out of the workplace.
  • P280: Wear protective gloves/ clothing/ eye/ face protection.
  • P302+P352: If on skin: Wash with soap and water.
  • P333+P313: If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical attention.
  • P363: Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.
  • P501: Dispose of contents/ container according to regional, national and international regulations.
 
 

Silver Fir Turpentine Balsam

Strasbourg-Turpentine-Balsam, dark

Strasbourg Turpentine is obtained from the silver fir and named after the trading center in Vosges. The Italians called it `Trementina di Strasburgo´ or `di Alsazia´. It is a less viscous balsam used historically as a varnish (dissolved in oil of turpentine) to provide special protection to easily decomposed pigments such as Verdigris. It was used also as an ingredient in oil varnishes, sometimes to dissolve more insoluble resins such as amber. The resin tends to crystallize. Can be heated to create violin varnish rosin.
  • Chemical description Pine resin
  • Form viscous
  • Solubility in water insoluble

Silver Fir Turpentine Balsam

Strasbourg-Turpentine-Balsam, dark

Strasbourg Turpentine is obtained from the silver fir and named after the trading center in Vosges. The Italians called it `Trementina di Strasburgo´ or `di Alsazia´. It is a less viscous balsam used historically as a varnish (dissolved in oil of turpentine) to provide special protection to easily decomposed pigments such as Verdigris. It was used also as an ingredient in oil varnishes, sometimes to dissolve more insoluble resins such as amber. The resin tends to crystallize. Can be heated to create violin varnish rosin.
 
 

 

WARNING: Do not eat, drink or smoke. Wash hands immediately after use. Avoid dust formation. Wear protective clothing.

 

Keep out of reach of children.

 

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Silver Fir Turpentine Balsam

Strasbourg-Turpentine-Balsam, dark

Strasbourg Turpentine is obtained from the silver fir and named after the trading center in Vosges. The Italians called it `Trementina di Strasburgo´ or `di Alsazia´. It is a less viscous balsam used historically as a varnish (dissolved in oil of turpentine) to provide special protection to easily decomposed pigments such as Verdigris. It was used also as an ingredient in oil varnishes, sometimes to dissolve more insoluble resins such as amber. The resin tends to crystallize. Can be heated to create violin varnish rosin.
 

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