According to the Model Work Health & Safety Regulations.

Trade Name: SUB AQUA

1.3. Supplier Information: Distributor. King Group. Unit 8. 15 Stud Rd. Bayswater, Victoria 3153.

Tel: 03 9720 0425. After Hours: 041 030 2033. E-mail:

Australian Poisons Centre: 13 11 26. NZ Poisons Centre: 03 474 7000

2.1. Hazards Identification. Classification (GHS-AU).

2.2. Label Elements. N/A.

2.3. Other Hazards. N/A.

3.0. Ingredient Composition. CAS # (GHS (Rev 4. 2011).

Silane, ethenyltrimethoxy. CAS 2768-02-7. <1.5%. Flam liq 3 H226. Acute tox 4 (inhalation). H332.

1-Propanamine, 3-(trimethoxysilyl). CAS 13822-56-5. <1%. Skin irrit 2, H315. Eye dam 1. H318.

Stannane, dibutylbis [(1-oxododecyl)oxy]. CAS 77-58-7. <0.3%. Acute tox 3 (oral). H301. Skin corr 1C. H318.

Skin sens 1. H317. Muta 2. H341. Repr 1B. H360. STOT SE1. H370. STOT RE1. H372. Aquatic acute 1.           H400. Aquatic chronic 1. H410.

4.1. First Aid Measures. After Inhalation – Remove person to fresh air, monitor breathing.

After Skin Contact – Wash skin with plenty of water. After Eye Contact – Rinse eyes as a precaution.

After Ingestion – Contact a Poisons Centre or Doctor if feeling unwell.

4.2. Symptoms caused by exposure. N/A.

4.3. Indication of any immediate medical attention and special treatment needed. Treat symptomatically.

5.1. Firefighting Methods. Use water spray, dry powder or foam.

5.2. Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture. N/A.

5.3. Special protective equipment and precautions for firefighters. Use complete protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus.

6.1. Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures. Ventilate spillage area.

6.2. Environmental precautions. Avoid release to the environment.

6.3. Methods for cleaning up. Mechanically recover the product.

7.1. Handling, storage and usage. Ensure good ventilation. Wear personal protective equipment. Do not eat, smoke or drink when using this product. Always wash hands after handling product.

7.2. Safe storage. Store in a well ventilated area. Keep product cool.

8.1. Exposure standards. China – OEL TWA - 0.1 mg/m3. OEL STEL – 0.2mg/m3. Japan – Limits (ACGIH) TWA 0.1 mg/m3. STEL 0.2 mg/m3 (as Sn) (skin) (Stannane, dibutylbis (1-oxododecyl)oxy]-(77-58-7)

8.2. Exposure monitoring. N/A.

8.3. Appropriate engineering controls. Ensure good ventilation during use.

8.4. Personal protection equipment. Suitable gloves. Safety glasses. Suitable protective clothing. In poor or non-existent ventilation circumstances, wear a suitable respirator. Do not release product to the environment.

9.1. Product physical and chemical properties. State – solid. Appearance – paste. Colours – white, grey or black. Odour – characteristic. Density - 1.46 – 1.52 g/ml. Dynamic viscosity – 3052- 3166 Pa.s.

No additional data for: Odour threshold; pH; Relative evaporation rate; Freezing point; Boiling point; Flash point; Auto ignition temp; Flammability; Vapour pressure; Solubility; Log Pow; Explosive properties; Explosive limits; Minimum ignition energy; Relative density; Kinematic viscosity or Fat solubility.

10.1. Stability and reactivity. Product is non-reactive under normal conditions of use, storage and transport. It is stable under normal conditions. No dangerous reactions known under normal conditions. No known conditions to avoid. No decomposition under normal use and conditions.

11.1. Toxicological information. Acute toxicity relating to oral, dermal and inhalation has not been classified. Skin corrosion / irritation; Serious eye damage/irritation; Respiratory / skin sensitisation; Germ cell mutagenicity; Carcinogenicity; Reproductive toxicity; Specific target organ toxicity (single exposure or repeated exposure); Aspiration hazard: All above have not been classified.

Stannane, dibutylbis[(1-oxodecyl)oxy}-(77-58-7). LD50 Oral – 175 mg/kg. LC50 Inhalation – 0.075 mg/l/4h

Density – 1.46 – 152 g/ml. Dynamic Viscosity – 3052 – 3166 Pa.s

12.1. Ecotoxicity. Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

12.2. Persistence and degradability. Stannane, dibutylbis. Not rapidly degradable.

12.3. Bioaccumulative potential. N/A.

12.4. Mobility in soil. N/A.

12.5. Other adverse effects. Ozone – N/A. Others – N/A.

13.0. Disposal considerations. Dispose in accordance with licenced collectors instructions.

14.1. Transport UN Number. Not regulated for transport.

14.2. Proper shipping name. N/A.

14.3. Transport hazards. ADG – N/A. IMDGH – N/A. IATA – N/A.

14.4. Packing groups. ADG / AMDG / IATA. All N/A.

14.5. Environmental hazards. Not a marine pollutant.

14.6. Special precautions for user. No specific storage requirement or shock sensitivity.

14.7. Additional information. N/A.


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