Mouse House Enterprises,
Mouse Armour Paint - MATERIAL SAFETY
Identification of Material and Supplier
Product Name: Mouse House Paint (lead free)
Recommended Use: air-dry industrial enamel for
painting metal, polystyrene plastic, polyurethane resin and timber.
Supplier: Mouse House Enterprises, Australia
ABN: 67 344 375 929
Address: PO Box 9112, DEAKIN, ACT, 2600
Telephone No: (02) 4822 6271
This material is hazardous according to the criteria of NOHSC.
Classified as Dangerous Goods by the criteria of the
Australian Dangerous Goods
Code (ADG Code) for Transport by Road and Rail.
- Highly Flammable.
- Harmful by inhalation, in contact with skin and if swallowed.
- Irritating to skin.
- Keep away from sources of ignition – No smoking.
- Do not breathe vapour or spray mist.
- Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
- In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty ofwater and
seek medical advice.
- Do not empty into drains.
- In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment.
- If swallowed, do not induce vomiting: seek medical advice immediately and
show this container or label.
First Aid Measures
For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre
(Phone Australia 131126;
New Zealand 0 800 764 766) or a doctor.
- Do not induce vomiting.
- If vomiting occurs, maintain open airway and prevent aspiration.
- If patient is alert, give a glass of water to rinse out mouth, and then
- Seek medical attention urgently.
- Flush eye with clean water for 15 minutes.
- If irritation persists, seek medical attention.
- Wash skin contact area with soap and water.
- Remove contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.
- Remove patient to fresh air. Lay patient down and keep warm and rested.
- Seek medical advice if effects persist.
- If breathing, stops apply artificial respiration and seek medical advice
First Aid Facilities:
Sterile eye wash bottle.
Advice to Doctor:
Treat symptomatically. Because of the risk of
aspiration, gastric lavage should only be undertaken after endotracheal
Product Name: Rapid Enamel
(Lead free) Issued: 01/07/2008
Accidental Release Measures
- Eliminate all ignition sources.
- Ensure good ventilation.
- Clear area of unprotected personnel.
- Slippery when wet.
- Prevent entry into drains or watercourses.
- Remove leaking containers to a detached area.
- Cover spills with sand, diatomaceous earth or other absorbent.
- Collect and seal into properly labelled containers and securely close.
- Use in well-ventilated areas away from ignition sources.
- Prevent build-up of explosive air-vapour mixtures.
- Earth and bond all process equipment to avoid static electricity
- Ensure equipment and fittings are flame-proofed.
- Avoid skin and eye contact and breathing in of vapour.
- Store in tightly closed steel containers, away from heat, electrical
equipment and open flames or sparks.
- Do not store in low or enclosed areas where vapours may become trapped.
Exposure Controls/Personal Protection
- Mechanical ventilation to keep vapour levels below T.L.V. E.g. spray booth
fitted with an effective exhaust system and complying with local regulations
applicable to spray painting.
- Always wash hands before smoking, eating, drinking, or using toilet.
- Wash contaminated clothing and other protective equipment before storage
- Avoid breathing vapour or spray mist.
- If inhalation risk exists, wear an AS/NZ 1715 and AS/NZ 1716 approved
organic vapour respirator.
- Where exposure guidelines may be greatly exceeded (eg in confined areas),
use air supplied respirator.
- Avoid contact with skin.
- Wear apron, impervious gloves, overalls and safety boots.
- Avoid eye contact.
- Wear chemical safety goggles or complete face mask.
Stability and Reactivity
- Chemical Stability: Stable under normal conditions of use.
- Conditions to avoid: Avoid exposure to heat, sources of ignition, and open
- Hazardous decomposition products: Thermal decomposition (combustion) will
produce a complex mixture of products including carbon monoxide and carbon
- Polymerisation: Will not occur.
- Materials to avoid: Incompatible with oxidising agents.
Toxicological Information - Health Effects
(Knowledge is based on that of the constituents.)
- Considered to be harmful by ingestion. May cause irritation to mouth,
throat and digestive system. May cause nausea and vomiting. Tends to break up
into a foam if the patient vomits. Upon aspiration into the lungs, chemical
pneumonitis may develop.
- Highly irritating to the eyes.
- Mildly irritating to the skin. Will have a degreasing action on the skin.
Frequent or prolonged contact may lead to irritant contact dermatitis.
- Irritant to mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Breathing in vapour
may cause headaches, dizziness, drowsiness and nausea. Prolonged exposure to
high concentrations may cause unconsciousness.
- Long term solvent inhalation over-exposure may result in nervous system
impairment and liver and blood changes.
Poison Schedule: S5
This MSDS summarises, to our best knowledge at the
date of issue, the health and safety hazards of the product and provides general
guidance on how to safely handle it in the workplace. Since Mouse House
Enterprises, Australia cannot anticipate all the conditions and situations under
which the product may be used, each user must, prior to use, assess and control
the risks arising from the use of the product.
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