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Material Safety Data Sheet


TANGO POWDER
Infosafe™ No.VAR4MIssue DateOctober 2016StatusISSUED by MILESTONBS: 1.17.117

Classified as hazardous


 1. Identification

 
GHS Product IdentifierTANGO POWDER
 
Company NameMilestone Chemicals Pty. Ltd. (ABN 85115166357)
 
Address115 Northern Road West Heidelberg
VIC 3081
 
Telephone/Fax NumberTel: (03) 9450 4555
Fax: (03) 9457 5518
 
Emergency phone numberPoisons Information Centre Tel 131126
 
Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on useChlorinated machine dishwash powder containing rinse aid.
 
Other NamesNot Available
 
Other InformationThe information herein is to the best of our knowledge, correct and complete. It describes the safety requirements for this product and should not be construed as guaranteeing specific properties. Since methods and conditions are beyond our control we do not accept liability for any damages resulting from the use of, or reliance on, this information in inappropriate contexts.
 

 2. Hazard Identification

 
GHS classification of the substance/mixtureSkin Corrosion/Irritation: Category 1B
STOT Single Exposure: Category 3 (respiratory tract irritation)
 
Signal Word (s)M
 
Hazard Statement (s)H314 Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.
H335 May cause respiratory irritation.
 
Precautionary statement – GeneralP102 Keep out of reach of children.
P103 Read label before use.
 
Pictogram (s)M
 
Precautionary statement – Prevention P260 Do not breathe dust/fume/gas/mist/vapours/spray.
P264 Wash contaminated skin thoroughly after handling.
P271 Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.
P280 Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
 
Precautionary statement – Response P301+P330+P331 IF SWALLOWED: rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting.
P303+P361+P353 IF ON SKIN (or hair): Remove/Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. Rinse skin with water/shower.
P304+P340 IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing.
P305+P351+P338 IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
P312 Call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician if you feel unwell.
P363 Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.
 
Precautionary statement – Storage P405 Store locked up.
 
Precautionary statement – Disposal P501 Dispose of contents/container: Recycle packaging by replacing cap and
returning clean containers to recycler or designated collection point.
 

 3. Composition/information on ingredients

 
Ingredients    Name CAS Proportion Hazard Statement(s)
   
   Dichloro-1,3,5-triazinetrione, sodium salt2893-78-90-10 %
   Sodium carbonate497-19-810-30 %
   Sodium hydroxide1310-73-21.6%
   Ingredients determined not to be hazardous30-60 %
   Non hazardous surfactantsMixture0-10 %
   Disodium metasilicate6834-92-030-60 %
 

 4. First-aid measures

 
InhalationRemove from exposure, rest and keep warm. Unless exposure has been slight, obtain medical attention.
 
IngestionIf swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water to be taken slowly. Obtain medical attention.
 
SkinIf skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Wash clothing before re-use. If symptoms of irritation persist, see a doctor.
 
Eye contactIf in eyes, hold eyes upen, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.
 
First Aid FacilitiesEye wash. Hand wash basin.
 
Advice to DoctorProduct contains a low proportion of sodium hydroxide, disodium metasilicate and SDIC. Vomiting has not been induced because of risk of aspiration into the lungs. If swallowed, may cause holes in stomach and intestines. Evacuation of stomach should not be attempted. Contact Poisons Information Centre.
 
Other InformationM
 

 5. Fire-fighting measures

 
Suitable extinguishing mediaUse dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam or water fog.
 
Unsuitable Extinguishing MediaM
 
Hazards from Combustion ProductsCarbon dioxide, water vapour, sodium carbonate, oxides of sulphur, chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, cyanuric acid.
 
Special Protective Equipment for fire fightersSelf-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) required for fire-fighting personnel. If possible to do so safely, shut off fuel to fire. Use water spray to spray to cool fire-exposed surfaces and to protect personnel.
 
Specific MethodsM
 
Specific hazards arising from the chemicalNot flammable. Contact with aluminium, tin, zinc or galvanised iron may generate hydrogen, a flammable gas. Will react vigorously or violently with acids, generating much heat, and giving off carbon dioxide, a simple asphyxiant and chlorine gas, a toxic gas. Contact with ammonium compounds will generate ammonia, a poisonous gas. If tanks, drums or containers of this material are heated, they may rupture and project corrosive materials over a wide area.
 
Hazchem Code2X
 
Decomposition Temp.M
 
Precautions in connection with FireM
 

 6. Accidental release measures

 
Emergency ProceduresM
 
Spills & DisposalDisposal of small spillages only. For large spillages liquids should be contained using sand or earth, and both liquids and solids then transferred to salvage containers. Residues should be treated as for small spillages. CAUTION: Before dealing with spillage take necessary protective measures, inform others to keep at a safe distance and, for flammable materials, shut off all possible sources of ignition.
CARE! Spillages will be slippery when wet. If local regulations permit, mop up with plenty of water and run to waste, diluting greatly with running water. Otherwise transfer to container and arrange removal by disposals company. Wash site of spillage thoroughly with water.
 

 7. Handling and storage

 
Precautions for Safe HandlingM
 
Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilitiesStore in a cool, dry, well ventilated place, out of reach of children. Large quantities should be stored in a dangerous goods store. Store in original container. Keep container tightly closed. Keep container dry. Keep away from acids, aluminium, tin, zinc and galvanised iron. Protect from physical damage. Clean up all spills promptly; avoid secondary accidents.
 
Storage RegulationsM
 

 8. Exposure controls/personal protection

 
Occupational exposure limit values     Name STEL (mgm3) STEL (ppm) TWA (mgm3) TWA (ppm) FootNote
Sodium hydroxide2Peak limitation
 
Biological Limit ValuesM
 
Appropriate engineering controlsDo not use on aluminium, tin, copper or copper alloys, zinc or galvanised iron. If dust risk exists, consider local mechanical exhaust/extraction to keep airborne contamination below TLV.
 
Respiratory ProtectionM
 
Eye ProtectionM
 
Hand ProtectionM
 
Personal Protective EquipmentAvoid contact with the skin. Prevent contact with the eyes. Avoid breathing the dust. Personal protection to be selected from those recommended below, as appropriate to mode of use, quantity handled and degree of hazard:-
Face shield or safety glasses
Gloves, rubber or plastic
Plastic apron, sleeves and boots
Impervious overalls.
Dust mask. In case of vapour: Respirators in accordance with AS/NZS 1715/1716. The use of a P1 respirator with replaceable filters is recommended. Filter capacity and respirator type depends on exposure levels and type of contaminant. If entering spaces where the airborne concentration of a contaminant is unknown then the use of a Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with positive pressure air supply complying with AS/NZS 1715 / 1716, or any other acceptable International Standard is recommended.
Always maintain a high level of personal hygiene when using cleaning chemicals. That is wash hands before eating, drinking, smoking or using the toilet.
 
Body ProtectionM
 

 9. Physical and chemical properties

 
FormSolid
 
AppearanceWhite powder.
 
ColourM
 
OdourSlight smell of chlorine / alkaline.
 
Decomposition TemperatureM
 
Melting PointNo data.
 
Boiling PointM
 
Solubility in WaterApprox. 10% soluble in water, with generation of heat.
 
Specific GravityM
 
pH11.5-12.5 (1% solution)
 
Vapour PressureNone
 
Vapour Density (Air=1)M
 
Evaporation RateM
 
Odour ThresholdM
 
Partition Coefficient: n-octanol/waterM
 
DensityM
 
Flash PointNone.
 
FlammabilityNot flammable.
 
Auto-Ignition TemperatureNo data for the mixture. Sodium dichloroisocyanurate will undergo self-sustaining decomposition with evolution of heat if heated to 240 - 250 °C.
 
Flammable Limits - LowerM
 
Flammable Limits - UpperM
 
Explosion Limit - UpperM
 
Explosion Limit - LowerM
 
Kinematic ViscosityM
 
Dynamic ViscosityM
 
Other InformationAlkaline. Hygroscopic. Will absorb moisture and carbon dioxide from the air. Will react vigorously with acids, generating heat and carbon dioxide, a simple asphyxiant and chlorine, a toxic gas. Contact with moisture will generate chlorine. May react violently with calcium hypochlorite. Contact with aluminium, tin, zinc or galvanised iron may generate hydrogen, a flammable gas. Contact with ammonium compounds will generate ammonia, a poisonous gas.
 

 10. Stability and reactivity

 
ReactivityM
 
Chemical StabilityStable under normal use conditons.
 
Conditions to AvoidHeat, flames, ignition sources and incompatibles.
 
Incompatible MaterialsStron alkalis, acids, oxidizing agents, ammonium salts.
 
Hazardous Decomposition ProductsEmits choking and corrosive fumes when heated to decomposition.
 
Possibility of hazardous reactionsM
 

 11. Toxicological Information

 
Toxicology InformationNo adverse health effects are expected, if the product is handled in accordance with this Material Safety Data Sheet and the product label. Symptoms and effects that may arise if the product is mishandled and overexposure occurs are:
 
Acute Toxicity - OralLD 50 : Sodium hydroxide No data
LDLo : Sodium hydroxide 500 mg/kg oral, rabbit
LD 50 : Sodium dichloroisocyanurate 700 mg/kg oral, rat
6,000 mg/kg skin rabbit
 
IngestionIrritant. May cause burns to mouth and throat, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pains and diarrhoea (occasionally bloody). Can also cause swelling of the larynx and suffocation, perforation of stomach and intestines with constrictive scarring.
 
InhalationSevere irritation of the nose and throat. Can cause inflammation of the lungs.
 
SkinWill cause burns to the skin, with effects including; Redness, blistering, localised pain and dermatitis.
 
EyeWill cause burns to the eyes with effects including: Pain, tearing, conjunctivitis and if duration of exposure is long enough, blindness will occur.
 
Respiratory sensitisationM
 
Skin SensitisationM
 
Germ cell mutagenicityM
 
CarcinogenicityM
 
Reproductive ToxicityM
 
STOT-single exposureM
 
STOT-repeated exposureM
 
Aspiration HazardM
 
Chronic EffectsLong term, low level exposure can lead to irritation of skin, lungs, nose, throat and mouth.
 

 12. Ecological information

 
EcotoxicityToxic to fish and aquatic organisms.
 
Persistence and degradabilityInherently Biodegradable.
 
MobilityPowder is easily contained, but material is reasonably soluble in large amounts of water.
 
Environmental FateThis substance may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
 
Bioaccumulative PotentialM
 
Other Adverse EffectsM
 
Environment ProtectionAvoid contaminating waterways, drains, sewers, or ground.
 

 13. Disposal considerations

 
Disposal ConsiderationsM
 
Waste DisposalRefer to appropriate authority in your State. Dispose of material through a licensed waste contractor. Normally suitable for disposal by approved waste disposal agent.
 

 14. Transport information

 
Transport InformationClassified as a Class 8 Dangerous Good. Dangerous Goods of Class 8 Corrosives are incompatible in a placard load with any of the following: - Class 1, Class 4.3, Class 5, Class 6, if the Class 6 dangerous goods are cyanides and the Class 8 dangerous goods are acids and Class 7. Store away from acids.
 
U.N. Number3262
 
UN proper shipping nameCORROSIVE SOLID, BASIC, INORGANIC, N.O.S.
 
Transport hazard class(es)8
 
Hazchem Code2X
 
Special Precautions for UserM
 
Packing GroupII
 
IERG Number37
 
IMDG Marine pollutantM
 
Transport in BulkM
 

 15. Regulatory information

 
Poisons ScheduleS5
 
AICS (Australia)All components listed.
 

 16. Other Information

 
Date of preparation or last revision of SDS17/10/2016
 
Literature ReferencesPreparation of Safety Data Sheets for hazardous Chemicals Code of Practice
Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons
Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road & Rail
Globally Harmonised System of classification and labelling of chemicals
 
Signature of Preparer/Data ServiceTechnical manager Tel: (03) 9450 4555
 
Technical Contact NumbersEmergency Advice All Hours:
Chief Chemist Tel: (03) 9450 4555 Mon-Fri 8am - 6pm
Poisons Information Centre: 13 11 26 - 24hrs
 
Other InformationThis SDS summarises at the date of issue our best knowledge of the
health and safety hazard information of the product, and in particular how
to safely handle and use the product in the Workplace. Please refer to the
technical datasheet (Instructions for use), and the label on the drum. The
company cannot anticipate or control the individual working conditions
encountered and so each user should read this SDS carefully, and if in
doubt ring the Contact Point Number given below.
 

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Print Date: 22/04/2019 BS: 1.17.117