DR-SoftWare, Inc.

more than 25 years on the market

Preparations Database

  • Well-structured display of the classification according to GHS (Globally Harmonized System) and transport regulations 
    • taking the various national regulations (for example OSHA HCS, HPR, CLP, UN GHS) into consideration
    • National GHS classifications for Australia China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, South Africa and Taiwan, as well as self-classifications (can additionally be entered by the user)
    • for easier understanding R and S phrases are still included
  • Creation of preparations
    • May consist of
      • Raw materials
      • Other preparations (intermediates)
      • Text (from a phrase database or manual text)
    • The sum of the ingredients can also be below 100%, since ingredients which are certainly not hazardous substances do not need to be declared
    • Automatic conversion to 100% from preparations not equal to 100%
    • Formulations may consist of preparations (intermediates), whereby an unlimited number of levels is possible
  • Kit management: A product can be a collection of several other products (e.g. 2 component adhesives, test kits)

  • Splitting of formulations
    • Separated splitting of all intermediates
    • Output of all raw materials with hazard feature
    • Composition at an earlier point of time
  • Creation of ingredients (raw materials) right in the formulation

  • Version administration: not only according to the formulation but also according to the hazardous materials prescription

  • Classifications according to several different country-specific regulations
  • Estimation of certain physical values
    • Melting point
    • Boiling point
    • Flash point
    • Ignition temperature
    • Explosion limits
    • Vapor pressure
    • Density
    • Content of solvents
    • Content of solids
  • Country specific classifications
    • Storage Hazard class (Germany)
    • Water Hazard Class (Germany and Netherlands)
    • VOC (EU, USA, Switzerland)
    • Seveso III
    • Detergent regulation
    • Cosmetic Regulation
    • ECHA notification
    • VbF (Germany and Austria)
    • BetrSichV (Germany)
    • MAL-Code (Denmark)
  • Waste catalogues
    • Complete EU waste catalogue in all EU languages, Norwegian, Serbian and Turkish
    • Register of the Austrian Waste Codes
    • Register of the Swiss Waste Codes
    • Properties of waste which render it hazardous (HP codes) according to the EU Directive on waste
  • Option for the creation of multilingual descriptions for preparations
  • Problem-free formulation import from other systems. The import routines are adapted on customer request.