Toluene becomes a gas when exposed to air at room temperature. Originally it comes in the form of a clear, colourless liquid.

Becomes a gas when exposed to air at room temperature.

Consumption methods include inhalation, skin contact, eye contact, or swallowing.

All contaminated clothing should be removed straight away and washed thoroughly with soap and water.

Download our Toluene factsheet and:
  • Discover how to know when you’ve been exposed to C6H5CH3
  • Learn what steps to take to protect your team
  • Understand how to detect, measure and report C6H5CH3
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