|Material Safety Data Sheet
This safety data sheet has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of EC Directive 88/379/EEC and 91/155/EEC (and other related directives) and provides information relating to the safe handling and use of the product.
|1. PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION|
|2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Cyanoacrylate adhesive.Hazardous Components in Product for EC
|3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
R36/37/38 Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.
Bonds skin and eyes in seconds. Highly reactive to water. (See Section 4 on first aid).
|4. FIRST AID MEASURES
First Aid – Inhalation
Remove affected person to fresh air and if still feeling unwell seek medical attention.First Aid – Skin
Do not pull bonded skin apart. It may be gently peeled apart using a blunt object such as a spoon, preferably after soaking in warm soapy water. Cyanoacrylates give off heat on solidification. In rare cases a large drop will generate enough heat to cause a burn. Burns should be treated normally after the adhesive has been removed from the skin.
If lips are accidentally stuck together apply warm water to the lips and encourage maximum wetting and pressure from saliva inside the mouth. Peel or roll lips apart. Do not try to pull the lips apart with direct opposing action.First Aid – Eyes
If the eye is bonded closed, release eyelashes with warm water by covering with wet pad. Cyanoacrylate will bond to eye protein and will cause periods of weeping which will help to debond the adhesive. Keep eye covered until debonding is complete, usually within 1-3 days. Do not force eye open. Medical advice should be sought in case solid particles of cyanoacrylate trapped behind the eyelid cause any abrasive damage.First Aid – Ingestion
Ensure that breathing passages are not obstructed. The product will polymerise immediately in the mouth making it almost impossible to swallow. Saliva will slowly separate the solidified product from the mouth (several hours).
|5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
Non flammable product (flash point is greater than 80°C (CC)). If product is involved in fire extinguish with dry powder, foam or carbon dioxide. Trace amounts of toxic fumes may be released on incineration and the use of breathing apparatus is recommended.
|6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
Ventilate area. Do not use cloths for mopping up. Polymerise with water and scrape off floor.
|7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
Ventilation (low level) is recommended when using large volumes. Use of dispensing equipment is recommended to minimise the risk of skin or eye contact.Storage
For optimum shelf life store in original containers under refrigerated conditions at 2°C to 8°C.
|8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTIONThe TLV for ethyl cyanoacrylate is 0.2ppm(ACGIH, TWA).Polyethylene or polypropylene gloves are recommended when using large volumes. Do not use PVC, rubber, nylon or cotton gloves. Eye protection should be used where there is any risk of splashing.|
|9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES|
|10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Polymerisation will occur in the presence of moisture.
|11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
In dry atmosphere with < 50% humidity, vapours may irritate the eyes and respiratory system. Prolonged exposure to high concentrations of vapours may lead to chronic effects in sensitive individuals.Skin
Bonds skin in seconds. Considered to be of low toxicity: acute dermal LD50 (rabbit)>2000mg/kg. Due to polymerisation at the skin surface allergic reaction is not considered possible.Eyes
Liquid product will bond eyelids. In a dry atmosphere (RH<50%) vapours may cause irritation and lachrymatory effect.Ingestion
Cyanoacrylates are considered to have relatively low toxicity. Acute oral LD50 is >5000mg/kg (rat). It is almost impossible to swallow as it rapidly polymerises in the mouth.
|12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Biodegradable product of low ecotoxicity. Does not contain and is not manufactured with any of the substances listed on the Montreal protocol.
|13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations. Polymerise by adding slowly to water (10:1). Dispose of as water insoluble non-toxic solid chemical in authorised landfill or incinerate under controlled conditions.
|14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION|
|15. REGULATORY INFORMATION|
|16. OTHER INFORMATION
MSDS first issued 25 September 2000Further Information may be obtained from:-
Maverick Concepts Ltd
222a Tuahiwi Rd, RD1, Kaiapoi 7691(03) 3106041021 2289528The information in this safety data sheet was obtained from reputable sources and to the best of our knowledge is accurate and current at the mentioned date.
Sichel Ireland Ltd. does not accept any liability arising out of the use of the information provided here or the use, application or processing of the product(s) described herein.
Attention of users is drawn to the possible hazards from improper use of the product(s).
Most likely, such incidents involve a homopolar or thermal plastic – such as teflon, polyethylene, polypropylene and some polyurethane.
It is not the plastic that is the problem, rather the oil in the plastics that is. Without treating the oil in some way, no glues including Maverick Bond, can bond these plastics successfully. The Maverick Prime will treat the oil thus allowing for gluing on such plastics. Please see Maverick Prime for more details.
Generally 3 conditions deteriorate the adhesion over time – moisture, UV and heat. Maverick Bond is both UV and waterproof. Its temperature tolerance is between -70°C to +200°C. Therefore, your average situation, there will be no deterioration in the adhesion over time.
Please check either ”Things to avoid for best results” or ”Material Application Tips” for possible errors in the application.
This can be caused by either over exposure of the glue to heat or by pinning the nozzle when the nozzle is blocked. Pushing hardened glue back into the bottle can contaminate the remaining glue.
This can be caused by either build up of glue overflow around the nozzle or exposure of the nozzle to heat. In such incidences, remove the nozzle from the bottle and alternate the nozzle with the Nozzle of the Maverick Clean and tip the bottle upside down for about an hour. If the Maverick Clean is not available, push the nozzle from the bottle and soak it in acetone or nail polish remover (acetone based) for approximately 4 and 8 hours respectively.
Ideal conditions are to place the glue in a cool and dark place. It is highly recommended to store the glue in the fridge, particularly our customers in the hotter climates.
If you either do not access to a fridge or need the glue to be portable, obtain a container and fill the inside with paper, foam or bubble wrap and place the glue in the center of the container to insulate against the heat