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Hich 7440 hardener - benzoyl peroxide version 2

July 2010
Material Safety Data Sheet
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HARDENER
HiChem Paint Technologies Pty.Ltd.
A.B.N. 95 064 139 653
73 Hallam South Road, HALLAM, VICTORIA 3803.
Telephone : {03} 9796 3400
Email:msdsinfo@hichem.com.au www:hichem.com.au IDENTIFICATION of the SUBSTANCE(S) and COMPOSITION

Product Name

Code H
Product Use
Benzoyl Peroxide based hardener for curing of HICHEM Polyester Body Fillers. PIngredients
Name
CAS Number
Proportion w/w
HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
The product is classified as both Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Substance in accordance to ASCC
Risk Phrases R
7
Harmful in contact with the skin and if swallowed. Toxic to aquatic organisms and may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment. Safety Phrases S
2
Keep containers tightly closed when not in use and also in a well ventilated area. Keep away from flammable and combustible organic compounds Keep away from heat. Keep away from sources of ignition In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice. Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. In contact with the skin, wash immediately soap and plenty of water. 36/37/38/39 The wearing of an Organic Vapour Respirator, Safety Glasses fitted with side – shields, Viton or PVC gloves, enclosed footwear, hair protection, high temperature and anti – static clothing. In case of accident, or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately. Show the label where possible. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting: seek medical advice immediately. Show the label where possible. July 2010
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HAZARD IDENTIFICATION (continued)
The product is classified as both Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Substance in accordance to ASCC
ADG Classification
ORGANIC PEROXIDE – TYPE E SOLID, immiscible in water, UN 3108, HAZCHEM Not Defined, Class 5.2, Packing Group Not Defined , Initial Emergency Response Guide 32. FIRST AID MEASURES
Inhalation
If the applicator feels drowsy, dizzy, tired or experiencing headaches, remove the victim to the fresh air. Keep the victim warm and quiet until all symptoms subside. Ingestion
If swallowed, and only if the person is conscious, give plenty of
water to drink. Do NOT induce vomiting. Seek medical
attention urgently if any symptoms occur. Eyes
If splashed into eyes, hold eyes open, irrigate copiously with clean water for at least 15 minutes. Seek immediate medical attention if any irritation occurs. Skin and Hair
If skin or hair contact occurs, remove all contaminated clothing, flush skin and hair with running water. Seek medical attention if any irritation occurs. First Aid
Clean Water Supply, soap or skin cleaner, barrier cream, Facilities
emergency showers and eye wash stations. Advice to Doctor
If poisoning occurs, consult with the Poisons Information
Centre {Telephone 13 11 26}. Have a copy of this material
safety data sheet or label available. Treat symptomatically as
systems may be delayed for several hours after exposure.
FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Extinguishing

Carbon Dioxide {CO2}, alcohol resistant foam, dry chemical Media and
or water spray. DO NOT use water jets. Bund area with sand
Requirements
to prevent run – off entering waterways and drains. Fire Fighting
Fire – fighters must wear Chemical Splash Suit with attached
Procedures &
Self – Contained Breathing Apparatus and gloves. Evacuate all Precautions
non fire–fighting personnel away from the area. Turn off all electricity and power supplies. Keep containers cool with water spray to prevent rupture or burning. Move away all containers and equipment from the direction of the fire, if safe to do so. Keep upwind. Ensure all these procedures are carried out to prevent a major catastrophe that may occur. Flammability
Hazardous
On heating, containers may rupture and explode: contents may Decomposition
burn rapidly forming toxic gases including carbon dioxide, Products
benzoic acid, biphenyl, benzene and phenyl benzoate. July 2010
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ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Spills and Leaks

Contain all spills and leaks. Flooded the contaminated surface with plenty of water. Use clean non – sparking tools to collect all residues and place it into loosely – covered plastic containers for disposal. Remove all sources of ignition, combustible and flammable materials away. NO SMOKING.
Wear the recommended full body impervious clothing, gloves
and breathing apparatus as per AS– NZ 1715/16 at all times.
Keep upwind. Wear recommended protective clothing at all
times. Ensure there is always adequate ventilation at all times. Disposal
Contact the Local Statutory Authorities prior of disposing the spent material. Other
Avoid contaminating waterways, drains, water courses and Precautions
HANDLING and STORAGE

Handling

Keep out of reach of children. Avoid unnecessary contact with the material. After use before eating, drinking or smoking wash all exposed skin with soap and water. Storage
Containers must be clearly labelled, rigid and strong. Store upright in a cool, dry, well ventilated area from heat, ignition sources and direct sunlight e.g. Oxidizing Goods Store as per AS 2714 requirements. Ensure all containers securely sealed and away from reducing agents, heavy metal compounds, acids and alkalies. EXPOSURE CONTROLS

Exposure

Standards MAK
Exposure
Standards STEL
Engineering
The use of local exhaust ventilation equipment is required. All ventilation equipment Controls
must be fitted with flame and explosion proof electrical fittings. PERSONAL PROTECTION

Inhalation

The wearing of an Organic Vapour Respirator must be
AS –NZS
worn at all times during handling and application period. 1715/16
Eye
The wearing of safety glasses fitted with side shields must
AS –NZS 1337
be worn during handling and application period. Do not
Gloves
The wearing of Viton or PVC gloves must be worn during
AS –NZS 2161
Footwear
The wearing of enclosed footwear must be worn during
AS –NZS 2210
Clothing
The wearing of anti–static clothing made on natural or AS –NZS 2919
synthetic high temperature fibre must be worn during
handling and application period.
Hearing
AS –NZS 1270
Other

Avoid contact with eyes, skin and hair. The wearing of Requirements
recommended Personal Protective Equipment as described including hair protection during handling and application period. July 2010
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PHYSICAL – CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance

pH
Vapour Pressure
(Butyl Acetate = 1)
Boiling Point oC

195 o C {literature value - decomposition} Density
Solubility in
water
Flash Point oC

Flammability
Limits
Auto Ignition oC

Self Igniting and
May cause fire. Product is not self igniting. The Self – Accelerating Decomposition Explosion Risk
Temperature is 50 o C, is an experimentally determined temperature at which the product will decompose in a self – accelerating chemical reaction. STABILITY and REACTIVITY

Chemical Stability

Conditions to avoid
Visible decomposition with spontaneous ignition on heating (SADT 50 o C). and Thermal
Avoid contact with heat, all ignition sources, flammable and combustible Decomposition
Hazardous
On heating, containers will rupture and explode: contents will burn rapidly decomposition
forming toxic gases including carbon dioxide, benzoic acid, phenyl benzoate products
Incompatible
Incompatible with strong reducing agents, heavy metal organic compounds, materials
TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Health Effects

Inhalation LC50 rat
Dermal LD50 rabbit
Oral LD50 rat

Note
Risk phrases R20/21/22 has been assigned by the EEC Council Directive 67/548/EEC.
Risk Phrases R20/21/22 – Harmful by inhalation, skin contact or if swallowed.
Acute Oral Toxicity
rat
Acute Dermal

Toxicity rabbit
Acute Inhalation

Toxicity rat

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OTHER TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION (continued)

Other Health Effects
Inhalation

Ingestion
Eyes
Irritating to the eyes, including burning sensation, redness, swelling and/or blurred vision. Skin
Carcinogenicity Not carcinogenic in animal studies.
Mutagenicity
Reproductive
Toxicity

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Environment

Toxic to aquatic organisms (R51). May cause long – term adverse effects in the aquatic environment (R53). DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Flooded the contaminated surface with plenty of water. Use clean non – sparking
tools to collect all residues and place it into loosely – covered plastic containers
for disposal. Remove all sources of ignition, combustible and flammable
materials away. NO SMOKING. Keep upwind. Ensure there is always adequate
ventilation at all times. Contact the Local Statutory Authorities prior of disposing
the spent material. Ensure all residues do not pollute waterways, drains and other
water courses.
TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN number

Proper Shipping
Name
Class

Subsidiary Risk
Packing Group
Emergency
Initial Emergency
Procedures
Response Guide
HAZCHEM Not defined.
IMDG
REGULATORY INFORMATION
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OTHER INFORMATION

Emergency

Poisons Information Centre 13 11 26
HiChem Paint Technologies
Contact
(03) 9796 3400
Disclaimer
Data provided is to best of HiChem Paint Technologies Proprietary Limited knowledge and believe to be accurate and reliable as of the date of issued. However no expressed or implied warranties are given. HiChem Paint Technologies Proprietary Limited cannot anticipate or control the conditions under which this information may be used. Therefore, it is user’s responsibility to satisfy themselves as to the suitability and completeness of such information for their particular use. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure that the issue is current. This information given is a non-controlled document Version 2 – Revised (7440)
24/06/2010

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