MSDS Paints

MSDS

READY SET GLO

Industrial Park

Gimli, MB

Canada R0C1B0

www.readysetglo.com

 

 

Material Safety Data Sheet (G1)

 

SECTION I – PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION                                                                                   MSDS Date: 10/28/03

PRODUCT LINE :

Water based Luminescent Paint

 

 

SECTION II – HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS

None

 

 

SECTION III – PHYSICAL / CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Boiling Point: >100 C Specific Gravity: 1.0 – 2.2

Vapor Density: Heavier than air Evaporation Rate: Slower than ether

V.O.C (max g/L): Actual Less Water

110 254

Solubility in H2O: Dilutable

Appearance and

Odor:

Appearance will vary widely due to pigments. Odor will be a slight ammonia odor, if any.

 

 

SECTION IV – FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA

Flash Point: N/A Method Used: N/A

Flammable Limits: Lower: N/A Upper: N/A

Extinguishing Media: Foam, Carbon Dioxide, Dry Chemical, Water Spray

Special Firefighting Procedures:

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and full protective gear.

Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards:

None.

 

 

 

SECTION V – REACTIVITY DATA

Stability: Stable

Conditions to avoid: None known

Incompatibility: May react with strong oxidizers

Hazardous Decomposition: Will not occur

Hazardous Polymerization Will not occur.

 

 

 

SECTION VI – HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Inhalation Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure:

Exposure to excessive concentrations of dust (dry pigment or sanding) may cause irritation of the upper respiratory tract.

Chronic health effects may result from inhalation of high levels of any nuisance dust of long periods of time making lungs  more susceptible to respiratory diseases. Irritation of nose, throat, and lungs is associated with exposure to high levels of

ammonia.

Eye Contact Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure:

May cause eye irritation. Absorbent ground may be particularly irritating to the eyes.

Skin Contact Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure:

Prolonged or repeated contact can cause irritation.

Ingestion Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure:

May cause irritation or pain to the gastrointestinal system. Chronic ingestion of dispersions may cause kidney or CNS

damage.

Carcinogenicity: Ingredients of some colors may be linked to a carcinogenic response in animal tests or

epidemiological data.

ADDITIONAL HAZARDS

Medical Conditions Generally Aggravated by Exposure:

Pre-existing skin, eye, or respiratory conditons may be aggravated by exposure

Emergency and First Aid Procedures:

Eye Contact Flush with water for 15 minutes. If symptoms persist seek medical attention

Skin ContactWash with soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing. Seek medical attention for irritation.

Inhalation Remove subject to fresh air. Give artificial respiration if breathing has stopped. Seek medical attention.

Ingestion If swallowed, dilute by giving 2 or more glasses of water to drink ONLY IF CONSCIOUS!

Seek medical attention.

 

 

SECTION VII – PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE

Steps to be Taken in Case of

Release or Spill :

Avoid excessive inhalation and skin contact. Contain spilled material. Avoid sweeping

dry pigment, use vacuum or wet procedures.

Waste Disposal Method: Dispose of in accordance with federal, state, and local regulation.

Precautions to be Taken in

Handling and Storage: Avoid inhalation and skin contact

 

 

SECTION VIII – CONTROL MEASURES

Respiratory Protection In dusty conditions, as occur when handling dry pigments, sanding or spray applying, use

a NIOSH approved dust/mist respirator

Ventilation None required under normal use. When using large amounts, adequate ventilation is

recommended (e.g. window exhaust fan).

Protective Gloves None required under normal use. For techniques requiring continual hand exposure, gloves

are recommended.

Other Protective Equipment Safety glasses with splash protection or goggles

Work / Hygiene Practices Use safe handling practices. Do not eat, drink or smoke when working with materials.

Avoid excessive skin contact. Wash after using materials. Keep material from children.

 

 

SECTION IX – TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION

Water-based acrylic paints and mediums-which are not "Dangerous Goods" as classified in the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations. They are not flammable (as described in Class 3 or Class 4 criteria), poisonous or corrosive, nor do they fall within any other class description of "Dangerous Goods". A "UN NUMBER" does not apply to these materials because such numbers are assigned only to "Dangerous Goods" by the

United Nations Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.

 

 

SECTION X – ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND PRECAUTIONS

While READY SET GLO. believes the data set forth herein is accurate as of the date hereof, READY SET GLO, makes no warranty with respect to the accuracy of this date and expressly disclaims all liability for reliance thereon.

Such data is offered solely for your consideration, investigation, and verification.