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Infosafe™ No.VAR8BIssue DateFebruary 2017StatusISSUED by MILESTONBS: 1.17.117

Not classified as hazardous according to criteria of NOHSC


Product NameWIZ
Company NameMilestone Chemicals Pty. Ltd. (ABN 85115166357)
Address115 Northern Road West Heidelberg
VIC 3081
Emergency Tel.(03) 9450 4555 Mon-Fri 8am - 6pm
Telephone/Fax NumberTel: (03) 9450 4555
Fax: (03) 9457 5518
Recommended UseAbrasive cream cleanser for the cleaning of all hard surfaces.
Other NamesNone Listed


Hazard ClassificationNot classified as Hazardous
Not classified as a Dangerous Good


Chemical CharacterizationLiquid
Ingredients    Name CAS Proportion Hazard Statement(s)
   Water7732-18-560-100 %
   Ingredients determined not to be hazardous10-30 %
   Non hazardous surfactantsMixture1-10 %
   Quartz (crystalline silica) *14808-60-710-30 %


First Aid MeasuresM
InhalationRemove from exposure.
IngestionDo NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of milk or water to be taken slowly.
SkinIf unintended skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Wash clothing before re-use.
EyeIf in eyes, hold eyes upen, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.
First Aid FacilitiesEye wash station and normal washroom facilities.
Advice to DoctorProduct is a blend containing surfactants, thickeners and polishing pigments. Vomiting has not been induced because of risk of aspiration into the lungs. Risk of mechanical damage to eyes. Treat symptomatically. Contact Poisons Information Centre.
Other InformationM


Suitable Extinguishing MediaUse dry powder, carbon dioxide, or extinguishing media appropriate to surrounding fire.
Hazards from Combustion ProductsWater vapour, carbon dioxide. Incomplete combustion may generate carbon monoxide.
Specific MethodsIn case of small fire/explosion use water. In case of major emergency use PPE: breathing apparatus and protective gloves.
Specific HazardsNot flammable. Not an explosion hazard.
Precautions in connection with FireM
Unsuitable Extinguishing MediaM


Emergency ProceduresM
Spills & DisposalBefore dealing with spillage take necessary protective measures, inform others to keep at a safe distance and shut off all possible sources of ignition. Spillages will be very slippery. Contain large spills with an inert material wuch as sand, soil or vermiculite. Collect and seal in properly labelled containers for disposal. Small spills may be mopped up. If local regulations permit, wash down area with excess water and run to waste, diluting greatly with running water. Otherwise absorb on inert absorbent, transfer to container and arrange removal by disposals company. Wash site of spillage thoroughly with water. Ventilate area to dispel any residual vapours.


Precautions for Safe HandlingM
Conditions for Safe StorageStore in cool place in original container, in a well ventilated area. Store away from oxidising agents and foodstuffs. Keep containers closed when not in use. Store out of reach of children. Clean up all spills promptly; avoid secondary accidents.
Storage RegulationsM


National Exposure Standards     Name STEL (mgm3) STEL (ppm) TWA (mgm3) TWA (ppm) FootNote
Quartz (crystalline silica) *0.2
Biological Limit ValuesM
Other Exposure InformationTLV-TWA: None assigned by Worksafe Australia, but see:
TLV_STEL: None assigned by Worksafe Australia
Engineering ControlsNone for normal use.
Respiratory ProtectionM
Eye ProtectionM
Hand ProtectionM
Personal Protective EquipmentThis product is neither a hazardous or poisonous material in its neat form. However, contact with skin and eyes should always be avoided, by selecting a minimum of protective equipment from the following when handling large quantities of product:
GLOVES: PVC or natural rubber.
EYES: Chemical goggles.
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION: Avoid breathing of vapours/gases. Select and use respirators in accordance with AS/NZS 1715/1716. The use of a P1 dust mask (disposable) or 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.


AppearanceA thick white or pink opaque liquid.
OdourPine odour
Decomposition TemperatureM
Melting PointM
Boiling PointM
Solubility in WaterMiscible with water in all proportions.
Specific Gravity1.3
pH Valueapprox. 9.5
Vapour PressureM
Evaporation RateM
Odour ThresholdM
Octanol/Water Partition CoefficientM
Flash PointNone
FlammabilityNot flammable.
Auto-Ignition TemperatureM
Flammable Limits - LowerM
Flammable Limits - UpperM
Kinematic ViscosityM
Dynamic ViscosityM
Explosion Limit - UpperM
Explosion Limit - LowerM


Chemical StabilityStable under normal use conditons.
Conditions to AvoidHeat, flames, ignition sources and incompatibles
Incompatible MaterialsStrong alkalis, acids, oxidizing agents.
Hazardous Decomposition ProductsEmits smoke and fumes when heated to decomposition.
Hazardous ReactionsM
Hazardous PolymerizationM


Toxicology InformationM
InhalationMay cause irritation to the nose, throat and respiratory system with effects including: Dizziness, headache and loss of co-ordination.
IngestionMay cause irritation to mouth, throat and stomach with effects including mucous build up, irritation to the tongue and lips and pains in the stomach, which may lead to nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.
SkinProlonged skin contact with the concentrate, without rinsing off, will degrease the skin and may lead to irritation.
EyeIrritant. Risk of mechanical irritation, or abrasion, of corneal surface.
Chronic EffectsProlonged or repeated skin contact may lead to dermatitis.
Additional information for Chronic
Exposure to respirable crystalline quartz may cause delayed (chronic) lung disease known as silicosis; Acute or rapidly developing silicosis may occur in a period of time in heavy exposure in certain occupations such as sandblasting, however, this can be minimized if
(a). Proper ventilation is employed and
(b) in the absence of ventilation a suitable respirator is used.
An (IARC) Working Group reported that there is sufficient evidence for the classification of crystalline silica as a Confirmed Human Carcinogen (Group I) (IARC, 1997,V.68).
No significant long term exposure effects, including carcinogenic, mutagenic, teratogenic and reproductive effects, have been reported. However, repeated ingestion of some phosphates (120-240mg/kg/day) has been shown to cause increased calcium excretion and soft tissue calcification in man.


EcotoxicityNot Severe.
Persistence / DegradabilityInherently Biodegradable.
MobilityCream liquid which is carried by water rather than being diluted by it.
Information on Ecological EffectsThis substance may cause long term adverse effects in the environment.
Environment ProtectionAvoid contaminating waterways, drains, sewers, or ground.


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


Transport InformationNot classified as a Dangerous Good according to the Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.
IMDG Marine Pollutant (MP)M


Regulatory InformationNON-HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE.

Not Classified as Hazardous according to criteria of National Occupational Health & Safety Commission, Australia (NOHSC).
Not classified as a Scheduled Poison according to the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (SUSMP).
Poisons ScheduleNot Scheduled
AICS (Australia)All components listed.


Date of preparation or last revision of MSDS18/02/2017
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: 11/05/2021 BS: 1.17.117