MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Resene True Prime Arch Vacsol Azure

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Product Name: TRUE PRIMEOther Names:Description: PAINTRecommended use: Solvent Alkyd Paint Address: 32-50 Vogel Street Phone: (04) 577 0500 Resene Paints Limited Naenae Wel ington NEW ZEALAND Fax: (04) 577 0600 P O Box 38242 Wel ington Mail Centre Emergency Telephone: 0800 737 363 Available Monday - Friday 8.00am - 4.30pm New Zealand Poisons Centre: 0800 764 766 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION Classification of Hazardous Nature: Hazard Statements: Hazardous according to NZ HSNO Flammable liquid and vapour Substance Classification Causes mild skin irritationToxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS None Established Barium metaborate Methyl Ethyl Ketoxime Non-Hazardous material Not known + NZ OSH (WES) 2002 * OSHA CEL FIRST AID MEASURES First AidEyes: Rinse cautiously with water for several Skin: IF ON SKIN: Remove/Take off Aggravated medical conditions minutes. Remove contact lenses if present immediately al contaminated clothing. Rinse caused by exposureand easy to do so. Continue rinsing. If eye skin with water/shower.
Chronic Health Effects irritation persists get medical attention/ IF skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/ Treat symptomatical y.
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FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Extinguisher: Foam, Carbon Dioxide, Fire/Explosion Hazard Lower Explosion Limit Upper Explosion Limit Hazards from combustion products Special protective precautions and equipment for firefighters ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES Emergency Procedures Keep spectators away and avoid breathing dust or vapours Methods and materials for Major Spills: Restrict access to area. No containment and clean up smoking or naked lights.
Minor Spills: Clean up spil s immediately.
Alert Fire Brigade and tel them location and Wear protective clothing and breathing nature of hazard.
Consider evacuation (or protect in place).
Use absorbent clean up materials, such Clear area of personnel and move upwind.
as fire retardant treated sawdust or Dike and contain spil with inert materials diatomaceous earth.
Keep spil s (and as much as possible Stop leak if safe to do so.
cleaning runoffs) out of municipal sewers Keep spil s (and as much as possible and waterways.
cleaning runoffs) out of municipal sewers and open bodies of water.
Place in separate container for disposal or Col ect recoverable product into label ed containers for recycling.
Precautions for safe handling: Conditions for safe storage Storage Temperature: Minimum: 1°C Avoid damaging containers. Keep lids on including any incompatibilities containers when not in use the ultimate outdoor timber solution EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION National exposure standards for Breathing Zone ppm Breathing Zone mg/m3 mixture Component Pigments Personal ProtectionEyes: Safety eyewear with splash guards Other: Overal s, impervious clothing, or side shields to prevent eye contact is barrier cream, eyewash unit, skin cleansing recommended when using any paint.
cream. Practice good caution and personal Hands/Feet: Protective clothing. Gloves cleanliness to avoid skin contact. Avoid of neoprene or nitrile rubber - Industrial breathing vapours of heated materials. weight lined gauntlet recommended.
Wash hands thoroughly before handling food.
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Physical Description/PropertiesAppearance: Coloured liquid.
Melting or Freezing Point: < -40°C Vapour Density (Air=1): 4.3 Boiling Point: 145°C Solubility: Insoluble Vapour Pressure: 3.3 kPa Percent Volatile (by weight): 35 STABILITY AND ACTIVITY Chemical Stability: Product is considered Conditions to Avoid: Freezing excessive Hazardous decomposition product: stable under normal storage and handling heat and changes in temperature Oxides of carbon and nitrogen Incompatible Material: Hazardous reactions: Hazardous polymerisation wil not occur.
No data available for this productRefer to individual raw materials HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Do not al ow the product to enter the environmentNo data available for this product the ultimate outdoor timber solution DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS Special precautions for landfil or incinerationConsult manufacturer for recycling options and recycle where possibleDecontaminate empty containers. Observe al label safeguards until containers are cleaned and destroyed SHIPPING INFORMATION Special precautions for user UN Proper shipping: Paint related Packing Code: 111Hazchem Code: 3[Y]Class 3 Flammable Liquid REGULATORY INFORMATION Group Standard: HSR002662 Surface Approved Handler: Not required Coatings & Colourants (Flammable) OTHER INFORMATION Date of Preparation: 29/11/2007 CAS Number: Chemical Abstract Service Literature references: MSDS's for NOHSC: National Occupational Health and registry number individual raw material Safety Commission TWA: Threshold limit value TLV: Time weighted average Marine Pollutant: Marine Pol utant STEL: Short term exposure limit Safety data sheets are updated frequently. Please ensure that you have a current copy The information contained herein is based on data the use hereof. Resene Paints (New Zealand) Limited responsiblity to satisfy themselves as to the suitability considered accurate and reliable to the best of our assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property and completeness of the information for their own knowledge and belief as of the date compiled. However damage to vendors, users or third parties caused by particular use. The users must determine whether the no warranty is expressed or implied regarding the the material. Such users or vendors assume all risks use of the information and data is in accordance with accuracy of this data or the results to be obtained from associated with the use of the material. It is the users local laws and regulations.
the ultimate outdoor timber solution STATEMENT OF HAZARDOUS NATURE Not hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia.
Company: This MSDS is provided by Arch AddressWood Protection (Aust) Pty Limited in good Telephone Number faith for information only.
Arch do not manufacture the product Faxspecified in this MSDS.
Emergency Telephone Number See comments under Product Source on page 4.
Product Name: Vacsol Azure H3 LOSP Azole treated timber Other Names: (Tebuconazole Commercial timbers such as / Propiconazole / Permethrin radiata pine, slash pine, hoop treatment – preservative No. 64 as pine etc. treated by vacuum/pressure impregnation method in accordance with AS1604 or Uses: LOSP treatment is used to protect other relevant standard or code.
* Tebuconazole timber from attack by termites, insects and fungal decay. The treated timber is used for * Permethrin 25:75 exterior building and structural applications in above ground situations. #Residual solvent (aliphatic Dangerous Goods Class: N/A Hazchem Code: N/A * Actual levels from piece to piece may vary depending on the application intended and differences in the timber itself.
Poisons Schedule: N/A ** IPBC may be present in some treatments to reduce surface mould.
# The level of residual solvent in the timber will vary considerably depending on the length of time after the treatment and the drying conditions. Levels of up to 10% by weight may be expected immediately after treatment however this falls to negligible levels within a few days at ambient conditions once the solvent is allowed to dry.
Physical Description/PropertiesAppearance & Odour: Sawn, finger with a coloured dye (green) impregnated Flammability Limits: Not applicable (for jointed or laminated timber products that during treatment.
solvent - LEL 0.8%, UEL 6.0%) may have an solvent odour (white spirits) fresh Specific Gravity: Typical y 450 - 650 kg/m3 Solubility in water: Insoluble after treatment. May have a factory applied depending on timber species and grade.
Auto-ignition Temperature: 265 ˚C paint primer finish (pale blue or beige) or may Flashpoint: Not applicable have natural timber appearance optional y Volatile content: Not determined the ultimate outdoor timber solution HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION Swallowed: Do not induce vomiting. Swallowed: Wood fibres may cause The wood dust may cause skin irritation Seek medical attention.
abdominal pain, nausea or diarrhoea. and breathing difficulties. May aggravate Eye: Hold eyes open and flush with plenty Unlikely to be a significant route of over- asthma, eye infections or affect wearing of of water. If irritation or pain persists, seek contact lenses. Exposure to any air borne medical attention.
Eye: Dust or vapours from the treated wood dust over long periods of time has Skin: Wash affected area with soap and timber may be an irritant. May cause been associated with the development of water.
conjunctivitis and dryness.
nasal cancer. Long term excess exposure to or abuse of solvent vapour may result in Inhaled: Remove affected person to fresh Skin: May cause skin irritation. Contact adverse health effects such as impairment air.
with skin may result in allergic dermatitis.
of brain function and organ damage.
First Aid Facilities: Eye wash, hand wash, Inhaled: Wood dust may cause breathing Once the treatment is dry, wood working bandages and antiseptic.
difficulties. May irritate the mucous and wood dust are not expected to be routes membranes of the upper respiratory of overexposure to the active constituent tract. Inhalation of solvent vapours may or the solvent providing that appropriate cause headache, dizziness, nausea and personal protection and hygiene measures confusion.
Advice to DoctorTreat symptomatically. Regular medical surveillance for skin and systemic effects is recommended for persons handling wet treated timber or who work in the treatment plant. Note: Health effects of exposure to untreated timber (dust/shavings) may be the similar to the dry treated timber.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE Exposure Standards Exposure limit standards for some of the constituents of this product No exposure standards for this product has been set. Engineering Controls Aliphatic hydrocarbons 480 (for turpentine) recommended if working in enclosed spaces Wood dust (hardwoods) or where wood dust is generated.
Wood dust (softwoods) Personal ProtectionFor normal work on dry treated wood a When working with timber wet immediately to hands and arms may help alleviate skin dust mask and goggles should be worn as after treatment (before fixation), wear dryness or sensitivity when working with protection from wood dust when machining PVC or rubber gloves, an impervious work the freshly treated wood. Some individuals or sawing. Soft leather or cotton gloves apron and work shoes. Wash hands and may experience some sensitisation or skin should be worn to protect against splinters arms before eating, drinking, smoking or irritation from contact with the freshly and cuts. Use good hygiene practices such using the toilet and at the end of the day. treated wood. The treatment solution itself as washing hands after handling timber and Launder work clothes separately from the may be irritating to the eyes and skin. before eating, drinking and smoking. household laundry. Use of a barrier cream the ultimate outdoor timber solution SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION Storage and Transport Spills and Disposal Fire/Explosion Hazard Non-hazardous once timber is dried and No special clean up procedure required. LOSP treatment does not significantly chemical components are fixed. treated LOSP treated wood waste is not a hazardous contribute to increased flammability or timber should be held on the treatment plant material. Dispose of treated wood waste energy release from the wood once dry premises for a sufficient period (at least two in a normal landfill tip in accordance with after treatment. During combustion days) to ensure surface dryness and fixation local and state regulations. Do not use treated wood may emit toxic vapours of the preservative. Storage areas should as cooking, BBQ or home heating fuel. (carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, smoke). be well ventilated while the timber is drying Burning the wood waste may be done in Wood dusts may form explosive mixtures after treatment. Tests have shown that industrial incinerators in accordance with with air. Full protective clothing and self-LOSP treated timber is not significantly more local regulations. Avoid breathing the contained breathing apparatus should be flammable than untreated timber after the combustion fumes and bury any ash in worn for fire fighting. Extinguish fire with solvent has evaporated. Avoid handling or approved landfill in accordance with local water, fog, foam, carbon dioxide or dry sawing freshly treated wet timber.
and state regulations. chemical. Disposed of ash and burnt waste in approved landfill in accordance with local and state regulations.
OTHER INFORMATION Animal Toxicity Data The treated wood product is not Animal toxicity data is not available for the product. manufactured by Arch. Treated wood Toxicity data for some of the constituents products are supplied by many independent producers throughout Australia and New Zealand. This information is provided LD50 oral, male rat in good faith for the users of the treated LD50 dermal, male rabbit wood products that incorporate azole LC50 (4 day) by inhalation (aerosol), rat based LOSP preservative chemical (Vacsol Chromosome aberration test in vivo Azure) from Arch. However your supplier should confirm that the wood products Oral LD50 (rat)Dermal supplied are appropriately described under this MSDS. If in doubt your supplier should Oral LD50 (rat - female) provide their own MSDS.
Dermal LD50 (rat) Environmental Protection Solvent (based on Oral Toxicity, rat The preservative is toxic to fish and wildlife testing of similar Dermal Toxicity, rabbit but the treated timber is not considered to Genetic Toxicity, Reproductive Toxicity, rat negative (up to 400 ppm). be a hazard as the preservative becomes fixed onto the timber. However timber Ecotoxicity Data treated with the preservative should not be used in situations where leaching is Ecotoxicity data for permethrin 25:75enhanced such as in ground or permanent water contact or in applications such as bee Vacsol is a registered trade name of Arch Wood Protection Propiconazole, tebuconazole and permethrin are toxic to fish and aquatic life. Permethrin is toxic to bees.
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