The Material Safety Data Sheet 

SECTION 1 - IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER
PRODUCT (MATERIAL) NAMEMEGACLEAN - GREEN
OTHER NAMES
RECOMMENDED USECleaning tiles after grouting, prior to sealing. Dilution Rates: Refer to product manual.
SUPPLIER NAME/ADDRESSMEGASEALED BATHROOMS AUSTRALIA Pty Ltd Unit 5 / 133 Beauchamp Road, Matraville, NSW 2036
TELEPHONE NO. 1300 658 007, Facsimile: +61-(0)2 9289 3655
EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBER131126 Hours: 0800-1700 Monday-Friday
SECTION 2 - HAZARDS
HAZARDNot classified as hazardous according to criteria of SAFEWORK Australia.
CLASSIFICATIONNot classified as dangerous according to criteria of ADG Code.
RISK PHRASE(S)
SAFETY PHRASE(S)
SECTION 3 - COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
MIXTURE
Chemical identity of ingredientsProportion of ingredientsCAS Number(s) for ingredients
Balance of formulation consists of other ingredients determined not to be hazardous.
SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES
Swallowed:For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (Phone Australia 13 1126; New Zealand 0800 764 766) or a doctor.
Eye:If in eyes wash out immediately with water.
Skin: If skin or hair contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water.
Inhalation:If inhaled, remove from contaminated area. Apply artificial respiration if not breathing
Medical attention or special treatment required
ADVICE TO DOCTOR. Treat symptomatically. Contains weak organic acids.
SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIAFoam, Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical Powder, and Water fog.
SPECIAL HAZARDS FROM COMBUSTION PRODUCTSNon-combustible material. Will decompose under fire conditions releasing toxic and irritating oxides of carbon (COX).
SPECIAL PROTECTIVE PRECAUTIONS AND EQUIPMENT FOR FIRE FIGHTERSFire fighters to wear self-contained breathing apparatus if risk of exposure to vapour or products of decomposition (COx).
Additional information Not classed as flammable under ADG Code or corrosive under AS 3780.
Hazchem CodeN/A
SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
EMERGENCY PROCEDURESExtinguish any source of flame Evacuate area, clearing all unnecessary personnel. Contain liquid with soil/sand. Prevent liquid from entering storm water drains, basements or workpits. Wear protective goggles to prevent eye contamination. Absorb spill with soil/sand and recover material into plastic steel drums. Label drums correctly.
METHODS AND MATERIALS FOR CONTAINMENT AND CLEAN UPRefer to State Land Waste Management Authority. Empty containers must be decontaminated. Normally suitable for disposal at approved land waste site.
SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE
PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLINGWear protective goggles and rubber gloves to prevent eye and skin contamination
CONDITIONS FOR SAFE STORAGEKeep containers tightly sealed when not in use. Store in a well-ventilated place and out of direct sunlight. Check area regularly for spills.
INCOMPATIBILITIESNot to be loaded with dangerous when wet substances (Class 4.3), oxidising agents (Class 5), cyanides (Class 6), strong alkali (Class 8).
SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
NATIONAL EXPOSURE STANDARDSThreshold limit value for product not established.
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BIOLOGICAL LIMIT VALUES ENGINEERING CONTROLSUse in areas with good ventilation
PERSONAL PROTECTION:Avoid unnecessary contact as good work practice. Wash contaminated clothing and protective equipment before storing and re-use. Wash hands before eating, smoking or using the toilet.
RESPIRATORY PROTECTIONIt is usually safe to not use respiratory protection. However, there may be circumstances where use of a mask or other device is appropriate. Use judgement. For assistance in selecting suitable equipment consult AS/NZ1715.
EYE PROTECTIONEye protective measures are normally necessary, and are suggested when using this product. Consult AS1336 and AS/NZ1337
PROTECTIVE GLOVESRubber, PVC or other protective gloves are necessary, and desirable, especially if product is being used frequently or for lengthy periods. Consult AS2161 for guidance.
CLOTHINGClean overalls should be worn, preferably with an apron. Consult AS2919 for clothing guidance
SAFETY FOOTWEARWearing safety boots is advisory. Consult AS/NZ 2210 for advice on Occupational Protective Footwear.
SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance:Clear, low foaming mobile, light blue, fluid
Flammability:NA
Boiling Point:100°C
Flash Point:NA
Vapour Pressure:No data
Volatiles:90-91%
Vapour DensityNo data
Flammability LimitsUEL no data : LEL no data
Autoignition Temperature °C No data
Specific Gravity:1.00 - 1.05
pH2.5-3.5
Solubility in waterDilutable
SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Chemical stabilityStable
Conditions to avoid Incompatible materialsDo not mix with oxidising agents (Class 5) or Class 8 (Alkalis) Alkali (sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonate, caustic soda). Chlorinating compounds (Class 5) e.g. calcium hypochlorite.
Hazardous decomposition productsUpon combustion oxides of carbon (COX)
Hazardous reactionsOxidising agents (Class 5) and Class 8 (alkalis)
SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Swallowed:Ingestion of large amounts may result in abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting, irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.
Eye:May be an irritant, causing pain, redness, and tearing.
Skin: Repeated or prolonged contact may result in irritation or dermatitis in some individuals.
Inhalation: ACUTEVapour may be irritant to mucous membranes and respiratory tract.
CHRONIC No significant health effects could be found. This material is not considered to be carcinogenic or mutagenic, and no reproductive effects have been identified.
SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ECOTOXICITYLow
PERSISTENCE AND DEGRADABILITYProduct is biodegradable
MOBILITYMobile as it product is water soluble/miscible.
ADDITIONALINFORMATION ENVIRONMENTAL FATE (EXPOSURE) BIOACCUMULATIVE POTENTIALWill not accumulate – all ingredients biodegradable.
SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL METHODS AND CONTAINERSRefer to State Land Waste Management Authority. Empty containers must be decontaminated. Normally suitable for disposal at approved land waste site
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR LANDFILL OR INCINERATION
SECTION 14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NUMBERNot applicable
UN PROPER SHIPPING NAMENot applicable
CLASS AND SUBSIDIARY RISKNot applicable
PACKING GROUPNot applicable
SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS FOR USERNot applicable
IERGNot applicable
HAZCHEM CODENot applicable
SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION
Poison ScheduleUnscheduled
OHSNot considered a hazard
EnvironmentalNot considered a hazard
Additional information
Additional national and/or international regulatory information.
SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION
Principal References: Information supplied by manufacturer/supplier. Additional information Key/legend to abbreviations and acronyms used in the MSDS
ADGAustralian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail
ACGIHAmerican Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
ASCCAustralian Safety and Compensation Council
Code AICSAustralian Inventory of Chemical Substances
CAS numberChemical Abstracts Service Registry Number
EPGEmergency Procedure Guide ( superseded by IERG)
Hazchem CodeEmergency action code of numbers and letters that provide information to emergency services especially firefighters
IARCInternational Agency for Research on Cancer
IERGInitial Emergency Response Guide
LELLethal Dose sufficient to kill 50% of test population
NIOSHNational Institute for Occupational Safety and Health The United States federal agency responsible for conducting research and making recommendations for the prevention of work-related injury and illness.
NOELNo Observable Effect Level
NOHSCNational Occupational Health and Safety Commission
NTPNational Toxicology Program (USA)
PELPermissible Exposure Limit
RTECSRegistry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances (Symyx Technologies')
TCLOToxic Concentration Low
TDLOToxic Dose Low : lowest dosage per unit of bodyweight (typically stated in milligrams per kilogram) of a substance known to have produced signs of toxicity in a particular animal species.
TLVThreshold Limit Value (ACGIH):The time weighted average used to describe exposure which is harmless to most of the population when exposed 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week.
TWA(Time Weighted Average): The average airborne concentration of a particular substance when calculated over a normal eight-hour working day, for a five-day week.
SAFEWORKIndependent statutory agency with primary responsibility to improve occupational health and safety and workers’ compensation arrangements across Australia.
STEL(Short Term Exposure Limit): The average airborne concentration over a 15 minute period which should not be exceeded at any time during a normal eight-hour workday.
SUSDPStandard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs & Poisons
SUSMPStandard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines & Poisons
UELupper flammable (explosive) limits in air;
UN Number United Nations Number
Literature references. Sources for data.Material Safety Data Sheets from Suppliers Hazardous Substances Information System (HSIS)– ASCC Australia (on-line) ADG Code 7th Edition SUSMP No 2
DISCLAIMER:
Disclaimer: This Safety Data Sheet should be used in conjunction with the Technical Data Sheet. It does not replace them. The information given is based on our knowledge of the health and safety data of this product, at the time of publication. It is given in good faith. The attention of the user is drawn to the possible risks incurred by using the product for any purpose other than that for which it was intended. If clarification or further information is needed to enable appropriate risk assessment, the user should contact Megasealed Bathrooms Aust. Pty Ltd. Our responsibility for products is sold subject to our standard terms and conditions sent to customers. No liability whatsoever can be accepted with regard to the handling, processing or use of the product concerned which, in all cases, shall be in accordance with the appropriate regulations and / or legislation.
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