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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

TILE POWER

Hazardous According to Criteria of Worksafe Australia
 
PRODUCT:  ENVIROGARD TILE POWER 
 
SECTION 1 – PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
 
PRODUCT:  FLOOR CLEANER  
 
MANUFACTURER :Slipgard Cleaning
6 Warandoo Street 
Jindalee 
Brisbane Qld  4074
Ph:  (07) 3279 5285
Fax:(07) 3279 2306
www.slipgard.com.au
 
SECTION  2 –  HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
 
UN No:Not applicablePACKAGING GROUP:Not applicable
CLASS:Not applicableHAZCHEM:Not applicable
SUB-RISKNot applicablePOISONS SCHEDULE:S6  
Hazard Category
Xi - Irritant
R-phrase(s)
R36/38 – Irritating to eyes and skin.
S-phrase(s)
S1/2 Keep locked up and out of the reach of children. 
S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. 
S37/39 Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection. 
S45 In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label whenever possible).
 
SECTION 3 – INGREDIENTS
 
MATERIAL/COMPONENTWt%CAS NUMBER
Sodium Hydroxide<11310-73-2
Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether (EGMBE)<3111-76-2
Other ingredients not classified as hazardousto 100%
 
SECTION 4 -EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES
 
For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre (Phone e.g. Australia 131 126; New Zealand 0 800 764766) or a doctor.
 
Ingestion: Immediately rinse mouth with water. Give water to drink. Do NOT induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, place victim’s face downwards, head lower than hips to prevent vomit entering lungs. Seek immediate medical assistance.
Eye contact: Immediately irrigate with copious quantities of water for at least 15 minutes. Eyelids to be held open. Remove clothing if contaminated and wash skin. Urgently seek medical assistance. Transport to hospital or medical centre.
Skin contact: Immediately wash contaminated skin with plenty of water. For gross contamination, immediately drench with water and remove clothing. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before re-use. If swelling, redness, blistering, or irritation occurs seek medical advice. For skin burns, immediately flood burnt area with plenty of water and cover with a clean, dry dressing. Seek immediate medical advice.
Inhalation: Remove victim from exposure - avoid becoming a casualty. Remove contaminated clothing and loosen remaining clothing. Allow patient to assume most comfortable position and keep warm. Keep at rest until fully recovered. For all but the most minor symptoms arrange for patient to be seen by a doctor as soon as possible, either on site or at the nearest hospital.
Notes to physician: Treat symptomatically and as for strongly alkaline corrosive material.
 
SECTION 5 – FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA 
 
Specific hazards: Non combustible material. 
Fire fighting further advice: Not combustible, however reaction with metals will produce flammable hydrogen gas which will burn if ignited. Fire fighters to wear self-contained breathing apparatus if risk of exposure to vapour or products of combustion.
Suitable extinguishing media: Water fog (or if unavailable fine water spray), foam, dry agent (carbon dioxide, dry chemical powder).
 
SECTION 6 – ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
 
Slippery when spilt. Clear area of all unprotected personnel. Wear protective equipment to prevent skin and eye contamination. Contain using sand and soil - prevent runoff into drains and waterways. Use absorbent (soil or sand, inert material, vermiculite). Collect and seal in properly labelled containers for disposal. Caution – heat may be evolved on contact with water. If contamination of sewers or waterways has occurred advise the local emergency services.
 
 
SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE
 
Storage: Keep containers closed at all times. Store away from acids and ammonium salts. Do not store in aluminium or galvanised containers or use die- cast zinc or aluminium bungs. Steel bungs should be used. Check regularly for spills and leaks
 
This material is a Scheduled Poison S6 and must be stored, maintained and used in accordance with the relevant regulations.
 
SECTION 8 – EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
 
National occupational exposure limits
No value assigned for this specific material by the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (Worksafe Australia). However 
EGMBE  TWA STEL Carcinogen Notices Category
25 ppm 121 mg/m3 ’Sk’
Sodium hydroxide 2 mg/m3 Peak limitation
 
As published by National Occupational Health and Safety Commission (Worksafe Australia).
Exposure Standard (TWA) is the time-weighted average airborne concentration over an eight-hour working day,
for a five-day working week over an entire working life. According to current knowledge this concentration should
neither impair the health or, not cause undue discomfort to, nearly all workers.
’Sk’ Notice - absorption through the skin may be a significant source of exposure. The exposure standard is
invalidated if such contact should occur.
Peak Limitation - A ceiling concentration which should not be exceeded over a measurement period which should be as short as possible but not exceeding 15 minutes.
These Exposure Standards are guides to be used in the control of occupational health hazards. All atmospheric
contamination should be kept to as low a level as is workable. These Exposure Standards should not be used
as fine dividing lines between safe and dangerous concentrations of chemicals. They are not a measure of
relative toxicity.
 
NOTE:  EGMBE is absorbed through skin.   Exposure standard is invalidated if such contact occurs.  Studies indicate older animals are more susceptible to haemolytic effects than younger animals. This may contribute to the large variation observed in oral and dermal LD50 values.  Early deaths in animals from high doses of 2-butoxyethanol have been attributed to narcosis while delayed deaths were attributed to lung and kidney damage which was probably secondary to haemolysis.  In a repeat insult patch test carried out on 200 volunteers, 2-butoxyethanol was not a skin sensitiser. Non-sensitiser in a guinea pig maximisation test (0.5% injection induction, 25% application induction, 10% application challenge).  Long-term exposure to 2-butoxyethanol can cause blood changes, including anaemia, in rats. Both 2-butoxyethanol and its metabolite, butoxyacetic acid, can cause breakdown of red blood cells, however, in vitro and in
vivo tests have shown that human red blood cells are comparatively insensitive to this effect.  Animal studies have shown that exposure to 2-butoxyethanol, during pregnancy, produced no selective teratogenic effects in the offspring. In the rat, foetotoxic effects were only observed at concentrations that also produced maternal toxicity (i.e. 200 ppm). Also, 2-butoxyethanol did not produce testicular atrophy in male rats.  Not genotoxic in a range of in vitro studies.
 
Engineering measures: Maintain air concentrations below recommended Exposure Standards. Avoid generating and inhaling mists and aerosols. Keep containers closed when not in use.
Personal protection equipment: OVERALLS, RUBBER BOOTS, FACE SHIELD, SAFETY SHOES, GLOVES (L), APRON.
Avoid all contact. Wear overalls, face shield, elbow-length impervious gloves, splash apron and rubber boots (leather is attacked). Available information suggests that gloves made from nitrile, neoprene, or natural rubber should be suitable for intermittent contact (2). However, due to variations in glove construction and local conditions, a final assessment should be made by the user. Use with adequate ventilation. Avoid generating and inhaling mists and aerosols. If risk of inhalation of spray mists exists, wear respirator meeting the requirements of AS 1715 and AS 1716. Always wash hands before smoking, eating, drinking or using the toilet. Wash contaminated clothing and protective equipment before storing or re-using.
 
SECTION 9 – PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
 
Specfic Gravity (20 C) : 0.95 – 1.05
Rel Vapour Density (air=1):Not determined Boiling Point (C) : Not determined
Vapour Pressure (20 C) :Not determinedDecomp. Point (C) : Not determined
Flash Point (C) : None Sublimation Point : Not Applicable
Flammability Limits (%) : Not Applicable pH (1% aq soln) : 8.2 – 8.0
Autoignition Temp (C) : Not ApplicableViscosity : Not determined
% Volatile by weight : Approx 90%Evaporation Rate : Not determined
Solubility in water (g/L) : Complete (n-Butyl acetate=1)
Melting Point (C) : Not determined
N Av = Not available N App = Not applicable
 
SECTION 10 – STABILITY AND REACTIVITY DATA
 
Stability:Corrosive to aluminium, zinc, and tin, liberating flammable hydrogen gas. Reacts violently with acids. Reacts with ammonia salts liberating ammonia gas.
Other properties: Absorbs carbon dioxide from the air.
Hazardous polymerisation:Will not occur.
 
SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
 
Main symptoms: No adverse health effects expected if the product is handled in accordance with this Safety Data Sheet and the product label. Symptoms that may arise if the product is mishandled are: 
Ingestion: Swallowing can result in nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, swelling of the larynx and subsequent suffocation, perforation of the gastrointestinal tract, cardiovascular collapse and coma.
Eye contact: A severe eye irritant. Contamination of the eyes can result in injury. Contact can cause corneal burns.
Skin contact: Contact with skin will result in irritation. Repeated or prolonged skin contact may lead to irritant contact dermatitis. Corrosive to skin - may cause skin burns. Skin contact often does not cause pain, thus care should be taken to avoid contaminating gloves and boots. 
Inhalation: Inhalation of mists will result in respiratory irritation and possible harmful effects. Inhalation of mists at elevated temperatures will increase these symptoms.
Long Term Effects: Chronic effects are unlikely due to the severity of acute effects.
 
Acute toxicity / Chronic toxicity
 
No LD50 data available for product, however, for the component solid sodium hydroxide:
Intraperitoneal LD50(mouse): 40 mg/kg
Oral Lowest Lethal Dose (rabbit): 500 mg/kg
SKIN (rabbit): severe irritation 500 mg/24H
EYES (rabbit): severe irritation 1 mg/30sec rinse
Corrosive to any tissue with which it comes into contact. Low systemic toxicity.
No LD50 data available for product, however, for the component EGMBE:
Oral LD50(RAT):530-3000 mg/kg
Oral LD50 (guinea pig): 950-1414 mg/kg
Dermal LD50(RABBIT)100-610 mg/kg (Rabbit)
Dermal LD50 (guinea pig): 1200 - 2000 mg/kg
Inhalation LC50 (rat): 450-490 ppm/4H
TLV:25ppm, 8 hour time weighted average, skin notation.
Odour Threshold:0.1 (0.491 mg/m3)
 
SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
 
Avoid contaminating waterways
 
SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
 
Spills and Disposal:Refer to State Land Waste Management Authority. Empty containers must be decontaminated. Can be dispersed carefully in water and greatly diluted or carefully neutralised with dilute acid and flushed to drain with copious amounts of water. Alternatively, normally suitable for disposal at approved land waste site.
 
SECTION 14  TRANSPORT INFORMATION
 
Road Transport:Not classified as Dangerous Goods for the purpose of transport by road or rail. Refer to relevant regulations for storage and transport requirements.
 
SECTION 15  REGULATORY INFORMATION
Hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia.
Hazard Category
Xi - Irritant
R-phrase(s)
R36/38 – Irritating to eyes and skin.
S-phrase(s)
S1/2 Keep locked up and out of the reach of children. 
S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. 
S37/39 Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection. 
S45 In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label whenever possible).
 
Poisons Schedule (Aust)/Toxic Substance (NZ): S6
 
 
 
SECTION 16 OTHER INFORMATION
 
 
CONTACT POINTS
 
ORGANISATIONTELEPHONEASK FOR
Poisons Information Centre –Australia Wide131126
 
Slipgard Industries Pty Ltd                 07 3279 5285, 0405483891
 
Fire Brigade000Fire Brigade
 
Police000Police
 
Every endeavour has been made to ensure that the information contained in this publication is reliable and offered in good faith.  It is meant to describe the safety requirements of our products and should not be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.  Customers are encouraged to conduct their own tests as end user suitability of the product for particular uses is beyond our control. The information is not intended as an inducement to bargain and no warranty expressed or implied is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. Enviroconcepts Australia Pty Ltd accepts no liability for loss, injury or damage arising from reliance upon the information contained in this data sheet except in conjunction with the proper use of the product to which it refers. Due care should be taken that the use and disposal of this product is in compliance with appropriate Federal, State and Local Government regulations.
 
PREPARED BY:  Malcolm Swanney BSc ChemDate: 15 February 2012
 
 
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 Material Safety Data Sheet        

 SLIPGARD CERAMIC ETCH SOLUTION

 
UN NUMBER:           N/AHAZCHEM CODE:2R
CLASS:N/APACK GROUP:111
SUBSIDIARY RISK:N/APOISONS STEED:N/A
 
 
SECTION 1 – PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION:
 
MANUFACTURER:  Slipgard Cleaning
                                  6 Warandoo Street 
                                  Jindalee Brisbane QLD 4074
           Ph:(+61) 07 3279 5285 Fax:(+61) 07 3279 2306 Mob: (+61) 0405 483 891
          
SECTION 2 – INGREDIENTS:
 
CAS # 7664-41-7 >1%<2%
CAS # 7783-20-2>1%<3%
CAS # 1341-49-7>1%<3%
Balance to 100% not considered Hazardous.
 
SECTION 3 - PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:
 
APPEARANCE:                                CLEAR  BLUE  LIQUID WITH STRONG PUNGENT ODOUR
BOILING POINT (F):                                 212
MELTING POINT (F):                                 N/A
SOL. IN WATER (g/l):                                 Complete
EVAP. RATE (nBUTYL ACETATE=1):            N/A
VOLATILES (%VOL):                                 N/A
VAPOUR PRESSURE:                                 NOT DETERMINED
VAPOUR DENSITY (AIR=1):                 >1
PH:                                                                 9.0-9.5
 
SECTION 4 – FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA:
 
The product poses no flammability or explosive hazard.
 
SECTION 5 – HEALTH HAZARD DATA:
 
HEALTH EFFECTS:
SWALLOWED:        May Cause Irritation If Ingested  Drink Water  Immediately 
EYE:        Eye Irritant: May Cause Redness, Tears Or Blurred Vision. 
SKIN:                        Wash Affected Areas Thoroughly With Soap and Water 
INHALATION:                        Not Applicable.
SWALLOWED:                        Drink Milk or Water seek Medical Advice. 
ADVICE TO DOCTOR:           Treat Symptomatically.
 
 
SECTION 6 – REACTIVITY:
 
STABILITY : STABLE 
STABILITY – CONDITION TO AVOID:                 STRONG ACIDS 
INCOMPATIBILITY:ACIDS
HAZADOUS DECOMPOSITION IN PRODUCTS:  NONE 
HAZADOUS POLYMERIZATION:WILL NOT OCCUR 
 
SECTION 7 – SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURE:
 
STEPS IN CASE OF SPILL OR LEAK:TO PROTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT LARGE QUANTITIES OF CONCENTRATED SLIPGARD SHOULD NOT BE FLUSHED INTO DRAINS IF POSSIBLE. ABSORB WITH DRY EARTH, SAND OR SIMILAR MATERIALOR WET VACUUM.
 
WASTE DISPOSAL:DISPOSE OF/  RESIDUE IN AN APPROPRIATE AND ENVIRONMENTALLY APPROVED MANNER.
 
SECTION 8 - SPECIAL PROTECTION INFORMATION:
 
VENTILATION: USE IN WELL – VENTILATED AREA 
 
PERSONAL PROTECTION:USE APPROVED ( ORGANIC RESPIRATOR), EYE
PROTECTION, INPERVIOUS CLOTHING, BOOTS AND NEOPRENE OR PVC CLOVES.   
 
SECTION 9 – SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS:
 
PRECAUTIONARY LABELLING:AVOID CONTACT WITH EYES 
KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
 
OTHER HANDLING AND STORAGE CONDITIONS:               STORE IN TIGHTLY CLOSED, PROPERLY VENTILATED CONTAINERS. NOTE: EMPTY CONTAINERS MAY BE HAZARDOUS. RINSE AT LEAST THREE (3) TIMES BEFORE DISCARDING.
 
SECTION 10 – TRANSPORT INFORMATION:
 
Road Transport:Not classified as Dangerous Goods for the purpose of transport by road or rail. 
Refer to relevant regulations for storage and transport requirements.
 
SECTION 10 – ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
 
EMERGENCY PHONE No’s:
POLICE:DIAL - 000
FIRE BRIGADE:DIAL - 000
 
DATE OF ISSUE:  5/June/2012
 
SECTION 11 - NOTES:
 
Every endeavour has been made to ensure that the information contained in this publication is reliable and offered in good faith.  It is meant to describe the safety requirements of our products and should not be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.  Customers are encouraged to conduct their own tests as end user suitability of the product for particular uses is beyond our control. The information is not intended as an inducement to bargain and no warranty expressed or implied is made as to its accuracy, reliability or completeness. Enviroconcepts Australia Pty Ltd accepts no liability for loss, injury or damage arising from reliance upon the information contained in this data sheet except in conjunction with the proper use of the product to which it refers. Due care should be taken that the use and disposal of this product is in compliance with appropriate Federal, State and Local Government regulations.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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