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   C.O.S.H.H. PACK
CONTENTS:

  1. DAMP PROOFING AND REPLASTERING.


  2. TIMBER PRESERVATION AND REPAIR.


  3. STRUCTURAL WATERPROOFING.


  4. PROTECTIVE COATINGS.


  5. STRUCTURAL REPAIR.
SECTION 1 :
DAMPROOFING AND REPLASTERING.


       DAMPROOFING.

       -   TRI-CREAM
       -   TRI-GEL
       -   TRIJECT-RAPID DPC
       -   TRIJECT 3 DPC
       -   TRIJECT 2 SOLVENT DPC




       REPLASTERING.

       -   TRITON RENOVATING PLASTER
       -   TRIMIX 1
       -   TRI-REND
TRI-CREAM                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                            MSDS Ref:                 Publication date              Revision date
                              TR                         01/09/2006


1.PRODUCT NAME:                  TRI-CREAM (Advanced D.P.C Injection System)
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient             CAS No.       EC No.    Weight % Symbols           Risk Phrases
White Mineral Oil                92062-35-6              50<75%     Xn
Siloxane & Alkylalkoxysilane                              15%       Xi, N


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                                        This product is not classified under the Chemicals Hazard
                                        Information and Packaging Regulations 2002


4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                       Remove contaminated clothing. Wash affected skin with soap
                                        and plenty of water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                       Wash copiously with water or eye wash for at least 15
                                        minutes. If symptoms persist seek medical attention.

INGESTION                               Rinse out mouth and then drink plenty of water. Consult
                                        doctor as soon as possible. Keep the person affected quiet.

INHALATION                              Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION



5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            Water mist, alcohol foam, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.

SPECIFIC HAZARDS                        None

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                     Collect contaminated fire fighting water separately. It must not
                                        enter drains. Dispose of fire debris and contaminated fire
                                        fighting water in accordance with official regulations.
Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC                                          TRI-CREAM

6.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Wear rubber gloves and safety glasses or goggles. .

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Keep containers sealed and store above 5ºC

7.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                                            Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves,
                                            protective footwear, and overalls.
                                            It is advisable to wear a suitable head covering and to apply a
                                            barrier cream (water-resistant type).
                                            Use only in well ventilated areas.
                                            Respiratory protection: Not normally required.


8. SPILL OR LEAK PROCEDURES
                                            Do not allow to enter drains or sewers. Contain and absorb onto
                                            earth or sand and sweep up. Dispose of in accordance with local
                                            regulations.

.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance                   White Cream                     Odour                          None

PH                           -                               Boiling Point                  -

Melting Point                -                               Flash Point                    > 100º C

Self-inflammability          Product is not self igniting    Autoignition Temp.             -

Oxidising Properties         -                               Solubility in Water            Fully Miscible

Relative Density @ 20ºC      0.86 g/cm³                      Vapour Pressure                -

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                                  Avoid working in confined spaces with poor ventilation.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                                   Avoid any strong acids and strong bases.

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:                    None if used properly.
                                                     None if stored properly.
                                                     In the long term ethanol is formed by hydrolysis.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
INHALATION                                            Alkoxy silane: Do not inhale aerosol mist because of the
                                                      risk of lung damage.

SKIN CONTACT                                         No irritating effect.

SKIN ABSORPTION                                      -                                                 (Cont’d)
TRI-CREAM                                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION (cont’d)
EYE CONTACT                                             No irritating effect.

INGESTION                                               No acute oral data available

ACUTE OVEREXPOSURE                                      -

CHRONIC OVEREXPOSURE                                    -

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
BIODEGRADABILITY                                        Product hydrolyses to ethanol, silanol and/or siloxanol
                                                        compounds.

AQUATIC TOXICITY                                        Considered to be a weak water pollutant.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                                     Disposal through an authorised contractor to an
                                                        incinerator site. In accordance with the Control of
                                                        Pollution Act 1974. Control of pollution (Special
                                                        Waste) Regulations 1980 apply. Hazardous waste as
                                                        defined by EC Council Directive 91/689/EEC.
                                                        Disposal outside the UK in accordance with local
                                                        regulations governing hazardous liquid and solid
                                                        wastes.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
PACKAGING                                              5 litre Tub.
Not classified as hazardous for transport purposes.

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
The COSHH Regulations 2002 may apply to the use of this product at work.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
BWPDA DP6: Safety in damp proofing

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRI-GEL                                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                         Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                         129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                         Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                         Fax:          020 8312 0349
                         MSDS Ref:                  Publication date                Revision date
                           TR                          30/4/2003


1.PRODUCT NAME:                 TRI-GEL (Ready to use waterbased d.p.c gel)

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient     CAS No.       EC No.         Weight %       Symbols        Risk Phrases

Potassium methylsiliconate 031795-24-1 250-807-9       10-25         C, Corrosive      R35
Potassium hydroxide        001310-58-3 215-181-3        5-10         C, Corrosive      R35

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                                Corrosive – causes severe burns
                                Highly alkaline, avoid contact with acids.




4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN              Wash with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated clothing,
                               shoes or boots.

CONTACT WITH EYES              Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                      Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), Seek medical advice.
                               DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                     Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIFIC HAZARDS                        Following evaporation of water, the residue may burn: Toxic
                                        gases are released. Hazardous dust is released.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            Full protective clothing.
Material Safety Data Sheet     According to 93/112EC                                              TRI-GEL

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                            involved, which may include eye/face protection and PVC or
                                            synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                            If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                            a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                            place. Do not mix or store in galvanised or light metal
                                            containers. Avoid contact with acids.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                             Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear,
                             and overalls.
                             It is advisable to wear a suitable head covering and to apply a barrier cream
                             (water-resistant type).
                             Wash before meals; shower or bathe after work. Do not smoke whilst handling
                             the product.
                             Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                             EXPOSURE LIMITS               Potassium hydroxide: OES: 2mg/m³ - (short-term
                                                           exposure limit – 15minute reference period)

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance    Colourless to Yellowish Gel                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         Sweetish                                     Vapour pressure         2.3 Kpa @ 20°c

PH            12 - 13                                      Relative density        1.17 (15ºC)

Boiling point Not Relevant                                 Bulk density            Not relevant

Melting point May crystallise at low temperature           Viscosity               thixotropic gel

Flash point   None                                         Solubility              Miscible with water

Flammablity/autoflammability     Not Relevant              Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties            Not explosive              Other data              Slowly attacks light metals
TRI-GEL                                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY
STABILITY                             Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   The product is a strong alkali which reacts violently with acids.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                    Zinc, aluminium (slowly liberates hydrogen). Ammonium salts
                                     (ammonia).

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Acute toxicity: no data known.
The high alkalinity of the preparation renders it corrosive. It causes severe burns.

Ingestion may cause nausea and extreme discomfort.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                              The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to leach
                                      from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                      sorption/desorption.

DEGRADABILITY                         Biotic and abiotic degradation are likely to be slow. No data on
                                      persistence.

ACCUMULATION                          There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           No data.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                      in accordance with local and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                      thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for recycling,
                                      incineration or landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS

RAIL/ROAD (RID/ADR):          UN No:                         3267
                              Class:                         8
                              Item No:                       56b
                              Hazard identification No:      80
                              Labelling:                     8 Corrosive
                              Packaging Group:               II
                              Proper Shipping Name:          Caustic Alkali liquid, NOS.
                                                              Contains Potassium methylsiliconate/Potassium
                                                              Hydroxide.
                              Marine pollutant:              No.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                         TRI-GEL

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Corrosive (C)

LABEL INFORMATION


CONTAINS POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE, POTASSIUM METHYL SILICONATE.
R35: CAUSES SEVERE BURNS.
S26: IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES, RINSE IMMEDIATELY with plenty of water and seek medical
advice.
S35: THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN A SAFE WAY.
S36/37/39: WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES AND EYE/FACE PROTECTION.
S45: IN CASE OF ACCIDENT OR IF YOU FEEL UNWELL seek medical advice immediately (show the label
where possible).


Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

USES: Damp-proofing for buildings (For further information, refer to the product technical data sheet).

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIJECT-RAPID DPC                               Material Safety Data Sheet      According to93/112EC


                         Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                         129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                         Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                         Fax:          020 8312 0349
                         MSDS Ref:                  Publication date                 Revision date
                           TR219


1.PRODUCT NAME:                        TRIJECT-RAPID DPC
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient     CAS No.       EC No.          Weight %      Symbols         Risk Phrases

Potassium methylsiliconate 031795-24-1                     47        C, Corrosive       R35
Potassium hydroxide        001310-58-3 215-181-3           19        C, Corrosive       R35

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                         Corrosive – causes severe burns




4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN               Wash with plenty of water or soap and water. Immediately remove
                                contaminated clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES               Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                       Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                      Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION               Advice to doctor: Allow cortisone spray inhalation at the earliest
                                opportunity.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA           As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT           Full protective clothing.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                   Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                       involved, which may include eye/face protection and PVC or
                                       synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.
                                                                                             (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet          According to 93/112EC                            TRIJECT-RAPID DPC

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                              a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                              place. Do not mix or store in galvanised or light metal
                                              containers.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                               Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear,
                               and overalls.
                               It is advisable to wear a suitable head covering and to apply a barrier cream
                               (water-resistant type).
                               Wash before meals, shower or bathe after work. Do not smoke whilst handling the
                               product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS               None assigned in EH40




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance      Colourless liquid                            Oxidising properties     None

Odour           None                                         Vapour pressure          Not relevant

pH              14                                           Relative density         1.030 – 1.34 (15ºC)

Boiling point   Not Relevant                                 Bulk density             Not relevant

Melting point   May crystallise at low temperature           Viscosity                12cS (25°C)

Flash point     None                                         Solubility               Miscible with water

Flammablity/autoflammability     Not Relevant                Partition coefficient    No data

Explosive properties             Not explosive               Other data               Slowly attacks light metals
TRIJECT-RAPID DPC                                      Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                  Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID        No special requirements
MATERIALS TO AVOID Zinc, aluminium (slowly liberates hydrogen). Ammonium salts (ammonia).ACIDS

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Acute toxicity: no data known.
The high alkalinity of the preparation renders it corrosive. It causes severe burns.

Ingestion may cause nausea and extreme discomfort.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                              The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to leach
                                      from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                      sorption/desorption.

DEGRADABILITY                         Biotic and abiotic degradation are likely to be slow. No data on
                                      persistence.

ACCUMULATION                          There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           No data.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                      in accordance with local and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                      thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for recycling,
                                      incineration or landfill, according to regulations.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NO.                                1814
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Caustic Alkali Liquid, NOS. Contains Potassium
                                      methylsiliconate/Potassium hydroxide
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE                 2X
ADR/RID                               Class 8. Item 42(b)
IMCO                                  Class 8. IMDG Code page 8136
                                      MFAG Table No. 705
                                      EmS No. 8-06
ICAO/IATO                             Class 8. Passenger aircraft: packing 809, max.1 litre nett. Cargo:
                                      packing 813, max. 30 litres nett.
PACKING GROUP                         2
LABEL                                 Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                     TRIJECT-RAPID DPC

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Corrosive (C)

LABEL INFORMATION


CONTAINS POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE.
R35: CAUSES SEVERE BURNS.
S1/2: KEEP LOCKED UP AND OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
S23: DO NOT BREATHE SPRAY.
S26: IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES, RINSE IMMEDIATELY with plenty of water and seek medical
advice.
S36/37/39: WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES AND EYE/FACE PROTECTION.
S45: IN CASE OF ACCIDENT OR IF YOU FEEL UNWELL seek medical advice immediately (show the label
where possible).



Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIJECT 3                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                         Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                         129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                         Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                         Fax:          020 8312 0349
                         MSDS Ref:                  Publication date                 Revision date
                           TR204                      20/02/97


1.PRODUCT NAME:                        TRIJECT 3
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient     CAS No.       EC No.          Weight %       Symbols        Risk Phrases

Potassium methylsiliconate 031795-24-1                     35         C, Corrosive      R35
Potassium hydroxide        001310-58-3 215-181-3           14         C, Corrosive      R35

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                         Corrosive – causes severe burns




4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN               Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES               Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                       Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                      Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION               Advice to doctor: Allow cortisone spray inhalation at the earliest
                                opportunity.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA           As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT           Full protective clothing.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                   Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                       involved, which may include eye/face protection and PVC or
                                       synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.
                                                                                             (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC                                        TRIJECT 3

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                             If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                             a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                             Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                             place. Do not mix or store in galvanised or light metal
                                             containers.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                             Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear,
                             and overalls.
                             It is advisable to wear a suitable head covering and to apply a barrier cream
                             (water-resistant type).
                             Wash before meals; shower or bathe after work. Do not smoke whilst handling
                             the product.
                             Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                             EXPOSURE LIMITS                None assigned in EH40

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Colourless liquid                             Oxidising properties None

Odour         None                                          Vapour pressure        Not relevant

PH            12 - 13                                       Relative density       1.24 (15ºC)

Boiling point Not Relevant                                  Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point May crystallise at low temperature            Viscosity              6-9cS (25°C)

Flash point   None                                          Solubility             Miscible with water

Flammablity/autoflammability       Not Relevant             Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties              Not explosive             Other data             Slowly attacks light metals

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements
MATERIALS TO AVOID                    Zinc, aluminium (slowly liberates hydrogen). Ammonium salts (ammonia).
TRIJECT 3                                              Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute toxicity: no data known.
The high alkalinity of the preparation renders it corrosive. It causes severe burns.

Ingestion may cause nausea and extreme discomfort.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to leach
                                      from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                      sorption/desorption.

DEGRADABILITY                         Biotic and abiotic degradation are likely to be slow. No data on
                                      persistence.

ACCUMULATION                          There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           No data.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                      in accordance with local and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                      thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for recycling,
                                      incineration or landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NO.                                1719
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Caustic Alkali Liquid, NOS. Contains Potassium
                                      methylsiliconate/Potassium hydroxide
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE                 2X
ADR/RID                               Class 8. Item 42(b)
IMCO                                  Class 8. IMDG Code page 8136
                                      MFAG Table No. 705
                                      EmS No. 8-06
ICAO/IATO                             Class 8. Passenger aircraft: packing 809, max.1 litre nett. Cargo:
                                      packing 813, max. 30 litres nett.
PACKING GROUP                         3
LABEL                                 Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                      TRIJECT 3

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Corrosive (C)

LABEL INFORMATION


CONTAINS POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE.
R35: CAUSES SEVERE BURNS.
S1/2: KEEP LOCKED UP AND OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
S23: DO NOT BREATHE SPRAY.
S26: IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES, RINSE IMMEDIATELY with plenty of water and seek medical
advice.
S36/37/39: WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, GLOVES AND EYE/FACE PROTECTION.
S45: IN CASE OF ACCIDENT OR IF YOU FEEL UNWELL seek medical advice immediately (show the label
where possible).
S51: USE ONLY IN WELL VENTILATED AREAS.


Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIJECT 2                                          Material Safety Data Sheet      According to93/112EC


                             Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                             129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                             Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                             Fax:          020 8312 0349
                             MSDS Ref:                  Publication date                Revision date
                               TR201                      02/03/97                       11/03/2004
   HARMFUL

1.PRODUCT NAME:                           TRIJECT 2
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient         CAS No.      EC No.          Weight %       Symbols        Risk Phrases

De-aromatised white spirit   64742-48-9   265-150-3          96          Xn             R10, R65, R66
Silicone Resin                                                4                         R10, R52, R53

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                                   Flammable
                                   Harmful: May cause lung damage if swallowed
                                   Repeated exposure may cause skin drying and cracking
  HARMFUL

4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water for several minutes. If redness and/or irritation
                                   persists, seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give water or milk to drink.
                                   Seek medical advice. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION                  Treat symptomatically

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO . Never use water
                                                                                       ²
                                          jet.
                                          Flash point 40°C.
SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                      Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                          involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                          synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.
                                                                                                (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                          TRIJECT 2

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                            If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                            a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                            sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                      Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be worn,
                      including eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                      Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                      whilst handling the product.
                      Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                      EXPOSURE LIMITS              LTEL for solvent: 1000 mg/m³ (8hr. TWA)


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Clear, colourless liquid                     Oxidising properties None

Odour         Paraffinic                                   Vapour pressure        < 10 mbar @ 37.8°C

PH            Not relevant                                 Relative density       0.775 – 0.785 (15ºC)

Boiling point 160º to 200°C                                Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point Not Relevant                                 Viscosity              1.24cS @ 20°C

Flash point   40ºC                                         Solubility             Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature        230°C                      Partition coefficient No data

Flammability limits             LEL 0.6%,UEL 8.0%          Other data     Aromatic content 0.4% vol, typically

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                            Stable under normal conditions of use.(Protect from heat and ignition
                                     source
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                  High temperatures (flash point 40°C)
MATERIALS TO AVOID                   Strong oxidising agents, strong acids/alkalis and halogens.
TRIJECT 2                                            Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicity following a single exposure to high levels of the solvent component is of a low order. Prolonged
and repeated contact may cause drying of the skin and possibly dermatitis. Prolonged inhalation of spray
mist may cause inflammation of the lungs. The major hazard is lung damage from aspiration – medical
supervision for 24-48 hours is recommended if aspiration could have occurred.
The Permethrin may cause a stinging or burning sensation on the skin (without lesions).

LD50 oral (rat) > 5g/kg      LD50 dermal (rabbit) > 5g/kg.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                             The solvent is volatile, and the active ingredient decomposes in contact
                                     with water, becoming fixed in the soil.

DEGRADABILITY                        Biodegrades slowly. If admitted with care into adapted bio-treatment
                                     plants, no adverse effects on the live sludge are to be expected.

ACCUMULATION                         Has the potential to bioaccumulate. Log Pow = 4.07

ECOTOXICITY                          Solvent is classed as non-toxic.
                                     Silicone is moderately toxic.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                  Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                     in accordance with local and national regulations. Can be burned in
                                     domestic refuse incinerators in accordance with local regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                     thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or
                                     landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                               1993
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                 FLAMMABLE LIQUID, NOS. Triject 2, contains 96% white spirit
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE                3Y
ADR/RID                              Class 3. Item 31(c)
IMCO                                 Class 3.3 IMDG Code page
                                     MFAG Table No.
                                     EmS No.
ICAO/IATO                            Class 3.2
PACKING GROUP                        3
LABEL                                Flammable
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                      TRIJECT 2

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed
                                         Flammable
                                         Repeated exposure may cause skin cracking and drying

LABEL INFORMATION


PRECAUTIONS
Keep out of the reach of children
Do not breathe vapour/spray
Avoid contact with skin
In case of fire use foam/dry powder/CO . Do not use water
Avoid release to the environment
                                       ²
If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, seek medical advice immediately and show the container or label.
Use only in well-ventilated areas.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON RENOVATING PLASTER                      Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC
               Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
               129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
               Telephone: 020 8310 3929
               Fax:          020 8312 0349

               MSDS REF:                    Publication Date               Revision Date
                                              10/11/2005

1. PRODUCT NAME:     TRITON RENOVATING PLASTER                                    HSE No.


2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
                     Controlled blends of ordinary Portland cement, expanded perlite aggregate,
                     limestone flour and hydrated lime.

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                     Respirable dust inhaled over a prolonged period of time could constitute a
                     health hazard.
                     Irritaring to eyes and skin.
                     Risk of serious damage to eyes.
                     May cause burns in the presence of moisture due to generation of strong
                     alkaline solutions of calcium hydroxide.
                     May cause allergic dermatitis due to the sensitivity of an individuals skin to
                     hexavelent chromium salts in the presence of moisture
4. FIRST AID MEASURES


CONTACT WITH SKIN    An irritant, may cause burns in the presence of moisture. Remove
                     contaminated clothing. Wash immediately with plenty of water.

CONTACT WITH EYES    Causes painful irritation and may cause serious damage to eyes unless
                     immediate treatment is given. Speed is essential. Remove particles with cotton
                     wool bud, irrigate with eyewash or clean water until medical help is obtained.
                     Obtain medical attention as soon as possible.

INGESTION            Unlikely to cause any reactions. Larger doses may irritate gastrointestinal
                     tract. Do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water and give copious
                     quantities of water to drink.

INHALATION           Irritating to the respiratory tract in high concentration. Remove from exposure
                     and keep warm and at rest. Irrigate nose and throat with water for at least 20
                     minutes.

FURTHER TREATMENT    Symptomatic, if necessary. No known delay effects. Prolonged or repeated
                     contact with skin may result in more severe irritation or dermatitis. Prolonged
                     repeated inhalation of high dust concentractions may cause ulceration and
                     perforation of the nasal septum and pneumonitis. It is advisable to ensure that
                     eyewash facilities are readily available where Portland cement may be
                     handled.
Material Safety Data Sheet                                            TRITON RENOVATING PLASTER

 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
 Non combustible and inhibits the spread of flame. No special fire fighting procedure, extinguisher media or
 explosion hazard is identified.

 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
 SPILLAGES                    Contain spillage and keep dry if possible. Use vacuum suction unit, or shovel
                              into bags (using appropriate protective clothing (See section 8). Cover or
                              enclose area if possible to avoid unnecessary dust hazard. The material can be
                              slurried by the addition of water (see Hazardous ingredient, section 2) but will
                              subsequently set as a hard material. Avoid contamination of drains and
                              watercourses. Spillage into watercourses must be alerted to the Environment
                              Agency or other appropriate regulatory body.
 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
                               Assess manual handling requirements which may need two man lifting
                              techniques. The product should be handled to minimise the creation of airborne
                              dust particles. Approved goggles and dust masks should be worn as well as
                              long sleeved garments, full length trousers, Wellington boots and gloves.
                              Avoid saturating clothing with mix water, which is alkaline and may lead to
                              skin burns.


   STORAGE                    Bags should be palletised and kept dry. Bulk products should be stored in silos
                              and kept dry. Dust collection system should be utilised to minimise the
                              creation of dust.
 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
   OCCUPATION EXPOSURE STANDARD:                            Respirable dust – 4mg/m³ (8hr TWA)
                                                            Total inhalable dust – 10mg/m³ (8hr TWA)
   Handling systems should preferably be enclosed, or suitable ventilation installed to maintain atmospheric
   dust below OES. Wear suitable respiratory protection equipment if exposure to atmospheric dust levels
   above occupational exposure standard is likely. Use approved dust respirators to EN149 category FFP3,
   or air-stream helmet for heavy exposure. Rubber, leather or fabric/composite gloves provide suitable
   hand protection. Wide vision full goggles to BS2092 grade 1 impact, with anti-mist for eye protection.
   Long sleeved overalls, close fitting at openings. Boots that resist dust penetration.


 9. PHYSICAL & CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

   APPEARANCE:                     Coarse Powder      SOLUBILITY IN WATER:              Insoluble

   ODOUR:                          None               SOLUBILITY IN SOLVENT:           Insoluble

   PH:                             Highly Alkaline PARTITION COEFFICIENT:               N/A

   BOILING POINT:                  N/A                FLASH POINT:                      N/A

   MELTING POINT:                  N/A                AUTO IGNITION:                    N/A

   EXPLOSIVE PROPERTIES: N/A                          OXIDISING PROPERTIES:             N/A

   VAPOUR PRESSURE:               N/A                 DENSITY:                          1.7
TRITON RENOVATING PLASTER                              Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

MATERIALS TO AVOID:                  None
   50


CONDITIONS TO AVOID:                 Water/Moisture (not controlled)

HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS                None. The addition of water produced alkali by-products.

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

INHALATION:                          High concentration of dust may be irritating to the respiratory tract.

INDIGESTION:                         May cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract.

SKIN:                                Irritant in the presence of moisture. May cause burns.

EYES:                                Painful irritant, with risk of severe and permanent damage to eyes.

LONG TERM EXPOSURE:                  Prolonged and repeated skin contact may cause irritant contact
                                     dermatitis and/or allergic (chromium) dermatitis. Allergic dermatitis
                                     more commonly arises through contact with cement/water mixture than
dry cement.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ECOTOXICITY:                         The product is considered to be non toxic. Harmful to aquatic
                                     organisms in prolonged contact times.

MOBILITY:                            Sparingly soluble in water to form alkaline solution. Low mobility in
                                     most ground conditions.

PERSISTENCE & DEGRADATION Non bio-degradable – reacts with atmospheric and ground moisture
                         and carbon dioxide to form a hard crystalline gel of calcium
                         silicate/aluminate hydrates.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                  Disposal should be in accordance with current local and national
                                     legislation. Portland cement can normally be disposed only to licensed
                                     waste facilities.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                Contaminated packaging can be incinerated.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Not classified as hazardous for transport
                       IMDG (Sea)            Not classified
                       ADR (Road)            Not classified
                       RID (Rail)            Not classified
                       IATA (Air)            Not classified
Material Safety Data Sheet                                     TRITON RENOVATING PLASTER

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
The Chemicals (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002. Statutory Instrument 2002
No. 1689.
Classification for conveyance: None
Classification for supply: Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

R38: Irritating to skin
R41: Risk of serious damage to eyes
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water and seek medical advice.
S37,S39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.
S2: Keep out of reach of children

SAFETY PHRASES

15.2 – Occupational Exposure Limits 2002 – HSE Guidance Note EH40/02
       OES Inhalable dust – 10mg/m³ (8hr TWA)
           Respirable dust – 4mg/m³ (8hr TWA)

16. OTHER     INFORMATION

Training advice:                                             Wear and use of PPE
Recommended Uses and Restrictions:                           DIY and industrial applications
Sources of Key Data Used to Compile Data Sheet:              EH40, P.P.E. Regulations 1992
Other:                                                       EH44 “Dust in the Workplace”

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES - occupational exposure standard. STEL - short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term
exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMIX 1                                       Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                       Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                       129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                       Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                       Fax:          020 8312 0349
                       MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date        Revision date
                              205              20/02/97


1.PRODUCT NAME:                     TRIMIX 1
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient   CAS No.      EC No.          Weight %      Symbols         Risk Phrases

Potassium oleate                                      11            None          None assigned

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                             Not hazardous under normal conditions of use.




4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN            Wash with plenty of water.

CONTACT WITH EYES            Wash out with water. Seek medical advice if irritation persists.

INGESTION                    Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                             DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                   Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION            Treat symptomatically

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA        As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT        No special requirements.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection
                                    and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.

                                                                                         (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet         According to 93/112EC                                          TRIMIX 1

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS     Do not allow to enter watercourses.
                       Discharge of small amounts to public sewers is normally permissable.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                              a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          If large amounts are to be handled, wear suitable protective
                                              clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                              place.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       No special requirements for exposure control – observe normal industrial hygiene
                       practices.
                       If large quantities are handled, it is advisable to wear eye protection and PVC or
                       rubber gloves.


                       EXPOSURE LIMITS                None assigned in EH40

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Pale Blue liquid                               Oxidising properties None

Odour         Slight fatty odour                             Vapour pressure       Not relevant

pH            9                                              Relative density      0.99 – 1.01 (15ºC)

Boiling point 102ºC                                          Bulk density          Not relevant

Melting point May separate at low temperature                Viscosity             As for water

Flash point   None                                           Solubility            Miscible with water

Flammability/autoflammability          Not relevant          Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties                   No explosive          Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                              Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                    No special requirements
MATERIALS TO AVOID                     No special requirements
TRIMIX 1                                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Potassium oleate is not toxic and is a recognised food additive.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                             The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to leach
                                     from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                     sorption/desorption.

DEGRADABILITY                        Readily biodegrades in the soil or in sewage treatment works.

ACCUMULATION                         There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                          There is no evidence that the product is ecotoxic.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                  Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                     in accordance with local and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                     thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or
                                     landfill, according to regulations.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                               None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE
ADR/RID                              Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                 Not classified as hazardous
                                     MFAG Table No.
                                     EmS No.
ICAO/IATA                            Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                None
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                        TRIMIX 1

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
CLASSIFICATION                           Not classified as hazardous for supply

LABEL INFORMATION
No precautionary information is given on the label.


Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRI-REND                                              Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

                       Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co Ltd
                       129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                       Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                       Fax:          020 8312 0349
                       MSDS Ref:                     Publication date             Revision date
                        TR205                          01/08/2001


1. PRODUCT NAME                           TRI-REND
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.        EC No.          Weight %      Symbols         Risk Phrases

Sodium Metasilicate        6843-92-0      229-912-9          5.0        C, Corrosive        R34
Sodium Hydroxide           1310-72-2      215-185-5H        <1.0        C, Corrosive        R34

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                   Irritating to eyes and skin.




4. FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash with plenty of water.
CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water. Seek medical advice if irritation persists.
INGESTION                          Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                   DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING
INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air.
OTHER INFORMATION                  Treat Symptomatically.

5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No special requirements.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                   Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection and
                                       PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS Do not allow to enter watercourses.
                                       Discharge of small amounts to public sewers is normally
                                       permissible.
CLEAN UP PROCEDURES                    Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into a
                                       suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                   TRI-REND

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          If large amounts are to be handled, wear suitable protective
                                              clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                              place.

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

               No special requirements for exposure control – observe normal industrial hygiene practices.

               If large quantities are handled, it is advisable to wear eye protection and PVC or rubber gloves.

               EXPOSURE LIMITS                 None assigned in EH40

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance:           Pale Yellow Liquid                     Oxidising properties:      None

Odour:                  Slight Fatty Odour                   Vapour pressure:           Not relevant

pH:                     11                                   Relative density:           1.01 – 1.03

Boiling Point:         102°C                                 Bulk density:              Not relevant

Melting Point:        May separate at low temperature        Solubility:                 Miscible with water

Flash Point:          None                                   Partition coefficient:      No data

Flammability/Automobility:             Not relevant          Other data:

Explosive properties:                  Not explosive

10. STABILITY/REACTIVITY
STABILITY                                     Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                           Storage in metal containers
MATERIALS TO AVOID                            Strong acids

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

ACUTE TOXICITY: No data known

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                                      The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to
                                              leach from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                              sorption/desorption.                                     (Contd.)
TRI-REND                                                           Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

13. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION (contd.)
DEGRADABILITY                                         Readily biodegrades in the soil or in sewage treatment works.
ACCUMULATION                                          There is no evidence for bioaccumulation or biomagnification.
ECOTOXICITY                                           There is no evidence that the product is ecotoxic.

14. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                                    Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                                      thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for
                                                      incineration or landfill, according to regulations.
15. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
   UN No.                                              None assigned
   PROPER SHIPPING NAME
   EMERGENCY ACTION CODE
   ADR/RID                                             Not classified as hazardous
   IMCO                                                Not classified as hazardous
                                                       MFAG Table No.
                                                       EmS No.
   ICAO/IATA                                           Not classified as hazardous
   PACKING GROUP
   LABEL                                               None


16. REGULATORY INFORMATION
CLASSIFICATION: Irritant
LABEL INFORMATION:
IRRITATING TO EYES AND SKIN
INCASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES, Rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
WEAR SUITABLE GLOVES AND EYE/FACE PROTECTION
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

17. OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication, but we cannot
accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical data sheet for the
product.


Abbreviations: OES – Occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term exposure limit.
TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – Lower explosive limit. UEL – Upper explosive limit.
SECTION 2 :

TIMBER PRESERVATION AND REPAIR.

PRESERVATION.

    -   TRIBOR PLUS
    -   TRIBOR 10

    -   TRIBOR 20
    -   TRIBOR GEL

    -   TRITEC 120
    -   TRITEC 120 PLUS
    -   TRITEC 121

    -   TRITEC 121 PLUS
    -   TRIMETHRIN OS PLUS
    -   TRISOL 23

    -   TRIPASTE PB


REPAIR.

    -   TRIMOL 15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41 – Resin
    -   TRIMOL 15, 34, 35, 36 – Hardener

    -   TRIMOL 35 & 36 – Filler
    - TRIMOL 54 - Hardener
    - TRIMOL 54 - Resin
TRIBOR PLUS                                              Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC
                        Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                        129 Felixstowe Road, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9SG
                        Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                        Fax:          020 8312 0349

   HARMFUL
                        MSDS Ref: TR                  Publication date               Revision date
                                                         20/12/02                     17/02/04

1. PRODUCT NAME:                            TRIBOR PLUS                              HSE No. 7549
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                            CAS No.       Weight %          Symbols         Risk Phrases

Disodium Octoborate Tetrahydrate              12280-03-04          20           None                 None
1,2-Propanediol                                  57-55-6           27.1         None                 None
Ethylene Glycol and other inert materials       107-21-1           45           Xn,Harmful           R22
Permethrin                                    52645-53-1            0.4         Xn, Harmful          R22
Isononyl Phenyl Ethoxylate                    37205-87-1            4.0         Xn, Harmful          R22-41-53

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                    Irritating to eyes and skin.
                                    Harmful if swallowed

   HARMFUL

4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                   Wash with plenty of water or soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                   Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                           Wash out mouth with water and give water to drink. Do not induce
                                    vomiting. If patient feels unwell, seek medical attention.

INHALATION                          Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                   As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT                   No particular requirements

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear respiratory protection if large amounts of dust are generated.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   No environment hazard.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Sweep up and place in container for re-use or disposal to landfill.
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                   TRIBOR PLUS

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Observe normal industrial hygiene methods.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Store in a cool, dry place.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Wear suitable gloves, (neoprene/PVC or synthetic rubber). Eye/face protection to BS2092 for chemical
resistance and coveralls. If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge
type respirator fitted with P2 or P3 cartridge.

Engineering controls of operator exposure may replace PPE if it provides equal or a higher degree of
protection (ie. Local exhaust ventilation, non-atomising spray etc.).

Wash hands and skin before and after work. Do not apply to surfaces where food is prepared, stored or
eaten. Remove or cover all foodstuffs before application. Do not apply to hot surfaces or unprotected
electrical equipment or naked flames. Keep unprotected persons and animals away from treated surfaces for
48 hours or until surfaces are dry or covered. Avoid excessive contamination of coveralls and launder
regularly.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance            Cloudy, pale gel                Oxidising properties          None

Odour                 None                            Vapour pressure               30Pa (25°C)

pH                    9 (1% in water)                 Relative density              1200kg/m³

Boiling point         >190°C                          Bulk density                  Not Relevant

Melting point         Not Relevant                    Viscosity                     No Data

Flash point           >100°C                          Solubility                    Soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      >370°C                  Partition coefficient         No data

Explosive properties LEL s.6%, UEL 12.5%              Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   Protect from moisture (product is hygroscopic)

MATERIALS TO AVOID                    Strong oxidising agents

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Low acute oral toxicity LD50 (by calculation) >5000mg/kg
TRIBOR PLUS                                              Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                       Mobile in the soil.

DEGRADABILITY                  Not biodegradable

ACCUMULATION                   There is a likelihood of bioaccumulation or biomagnification.

ECTOTOXICITY                   Boron is an essential micronutrient for plant life, but phytotoxic in large
                               amounts.


13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Dispose of by landfill in a commercial site, in accordance with local
                                       and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 As for product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Not regulated for transport by road, rail, sea or air.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                         Harmful if swallowed.

This product is approved under the control of pesticides regulations 1986 for use by Professional Operators
as directed. HSE No. 7549.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIBOR 10                                   Material Safety Data Sheet          According to93/112EC

                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co.Ltd.
                            129 Felixstowe Rd, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                            MSDS Ref: TR           Publication date            Revision date
                               213                   13/07/99                    17/02/04

1.PRODUCT NAME:                            TRIBOR 10                                  HSE NO. 7915

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                  CAS No.     EC No.           Weight % Symbols     Risk Phrases
Disodium octaborate tetrahydrate      12280-03-04                   10%
Ethylene glycol                       107-21-1                      20%     Xn, Harmful     R22
Benzalkonium Chloride                 61789-71-9                    2%      Xn, Harmful     R22,R34

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                   Irritant – irritating to eyes and skin




4.FIRST AID

SWALLOWING                         Rinse mouth and administer 1 pint warm water (cold if not available).
                                   Do not induce vomiting-seek medical attention immediately. Never
                                   admininster anything by mouth to an unconscious person. See also
                                   section 11.

EYES                               Flush with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Seek medical
                                   attention if irritation persists.

INHALATION                         Remove patient to fresh air, keep warm and at rest. Seek medical
                                   attention immediately.

SKIN                               Remove contaminated clothing and wash affected areas with soap and
                                   water. Launder contaminated clothing before re-use. If irritation
                                   persists, consult a doctor.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                Product is non-combustible. Essentially an aqueous solution.

PPE: FIRE                          Neoprene/PVC or synthetic gloves, chemical resistant boots and
                                   clothing. Breathing apparatus in the event of smoke inhalation.
                                                                                      (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                       TRIBOR 10

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES (cont'd)

PRODUCTS OF COMBUSTION                       Exposure to extreme heat may liberate water vapour with trace
                                             quantities of Hydrogen
                                             Chloride and Oxides of Nitrogen and Carbon.

PPE: SPILLAGE                                Neoprene/PVC or synthetic rubber gloves and eye/face
                                             protection and chemical resistant boots.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                         Where possible shut off or remove source of leak. Absorb
                                             spillage with sand/sawdust or vermiculite and place into
                                             suitable HDPE/plastic drum. Seal and mark with contents to
                                             await disposal. Wash down with copious water.

                                             If product has entered watercourses or ditches inform Police or
                                             Fire Brigade.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Wear suitable gloves, overalls and eye/face protection. Keep
                                             out of reach of children.
                                             When using, do not eat, drink or smoke.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Store in safe, cool, dry conditions, away from food, drink and
                                             animal foodstuffs. Store only in original container, tightly
                                             closed.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Wear suitable gloves, (neoprene/PVC or synthetic rubber). Eye/face protection to BS2092 for chemical
resistance and coveralls. If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge
type respirator fitted with P2 or P3 cartridge.

Engineering controls of operator exposure may replace PPE if it provides equal or a higher degree of
protection (ie. Local exhaust ventilation, non-atomising spray etc.).

Wash hands and skin before and after work. Do not apply to surfaces where food is prepared, stored or
eaten. Remove or cover all foodstuffs before application. Do not apply to hot surfaces or unprotected
electrical equipment or naked flames. Keep unprotected persons and animals away from treated surfaces for
48 hours or until surfaces are dry or covered. Avoid excessive contamination of coveralls and launder
regularly.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance     Clear/Amber liquid
Odour          Slight                                                               (Cont'd).
TRIBOR 10                                           Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES (Cont'd).

pH                             8                     Flash Point            >100ºC
Boiling Point                  100ºC                 Auto Ignition          Not Known
Melting Point                  N/A                   Oxidising properties   None
Explosives Properties          None                  Density                1.08-1.10g/cm³
Vapour Pressure                N/A                   (Specify Solvent)
Solubility in water            Soluble               n-Octanol/Water
Solubility in solvent          Insoluble
Partition Coefficient          N/A

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

Stable and non-reactive under normal conditions of handling and storage.

INCOMPATIBLE SUBSTANCES

Strong Oxidising Agents

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

LD (50)                 15,000 mg/kg (Wistar Rat Scantox)

                               EFFECTS OF ACUTE (OVER) EXPOSURE

SKIN:                   Reddening at the site of contact possible accompanied by itching/stinging.
EYES:                   Watering, soreness and severe irritation
INHALATION:             Due to the low volatility of the product there should be no hazard associated with
                        inhalation under normal conditions of use. Excessive inhalation of spray mist may
                        cause irritation of nasal passages and mucous membranes, cough, confusion or
                        dizziness.
INGESTION:              *Abdominal pains, nausea, vomiting, possible reddening of the mouth and gastric
                        tract.
                        NB: This product contains 1,2 Ethandiol which can be dangerous in high doses. To
                        block the Toxic Aldehyde administer Ethanol orally.

                        Medical Personnel should contact their nearest Poisons Unit for further advice.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Do not allow product, waste or empty container to contaminate ponds, waterways, ditches, drains or water
storage tanks.

Toxic to aquatic life. Possible phytotoxic – avoid contact with plant life. All ingredients potentially
biodegradable.

Do not use on or near bees or bee keeping equipment including hives.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                          TRIBOR 10

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Disposal of Waste in accordance with the Environmental Protection
                                       Act 1990. Preferably by high temperature incineration at a site
                                       approved and licensed by the Local Authority, operated by a
                                       competent approved and licensed Waste Disposal Contractor.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 Cleaned and empty containers may be disposed of as inert waste
                                       (remove the label). Duty of Care Waste Transfer Form should specify
                                       Pesticide Product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Not regulated for transport by road, rail, sea or air.


15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                         Irritating to eyes and skin

This product is approved under the Control of Pesticides Regulations 1986 for use by Professional Operators
as directed. HSE No. 6286

The control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 will relate to this product when used at
work.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

Recommended uses and restrictions:             Use only as directed
NOTICE TO CUSTOMER:-
ENSURE ALL POTENTIAL USERS OF THIS PRODUCT ARE AWARE OF THIS SDS PRIOR TO
USING THE PRODUCT.
KEEP SDS IN A SAFE PLACE READILY LOCATABLE IN CASE OF FUTURE REQUIREMENT.
READ THIS SDS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LABEL AND DIRECTIONS FOR USE ON THE
PRODUCT CONTAINER.
DESTROY ALL OBSOLETE COPIES RELATING TO THIS PRODUCT
THIS SDS RELATES ONLY TO THE PRODUCT SPECIFIED.
COPIES OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

THIS SAFETY DATA SHEET IS BASED ON THE BEST OF CURRENT INFORMATION AND
ADVICE AVAILABLE TO US AND IS BELIEVED TO BE TRUE AND ACCURATE. NO
LIABILITY CAN BE ACCEPTED FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY AS CONDITIONS OF USE
ARE OUTSIDE OUR CONTROL. THIS IS NOT A TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIBOR 20                                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                             MSDS Ref: TR             Publication date               Revision date
     HARMFUL                      211                   18/4/97                        16/02/04

1.PRODUCT NAME:                             TRIBOR 20                                HSE No. 6242

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                            CAS No.       Weight %          Symbols         Risk Phrases

Disodium Octoborate Tetrahydrate              12280-03-04          20           None                 None
1,2-Propanediol                                                    28           None                 None
Ethylene Glycol and other inert materials       107-21-1           52           Xn,Harmful            R22

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                    Irritating to eyes and skin.
                                    Harmful if swallowed

    HARMFUL

4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                   Wash with plenty of water or soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                   Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                           Wash out mouth with water and give water to drink. Do not induce
                                    vomiting. If patient feels unwell, seek medical attention.

INHALATION                          Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                   As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT                   No particular requirements

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear respiratory protection if large amounts of dust are generated.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   No environment hazard.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Sweep up and place in container for re-use or disposal to landfill.
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                          TRIBOR 20

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Observe normal industrial hygiene methods.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Store in a cool, dry place.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Wear suitable gloves, (neoprene/PVC or synthetic rubber). Eye/face protection to BS2092 for chemical
resistance and coveralls. If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge
type respirator fitted with P2 or P3 cartridge.

Engineering controls of operator exposure may replace PPE if it provides equal or a higher degree of
protection (ie. Local exhaust ventilation, non-atomising spray etc.).

Wash hands and skin before and after work. Do not apply to surfaces where food is prepared, stored or
eaten. Remove or cover all foodstuffs before application. Do not apply to hot surfaces or unprotected
electrical equipment or naked flames. Keep unprotected persons and animals away from treated surfaces for
48 hours or until surfaces are dry or covered. Avoid excessive contamination of coveralls and launder
regularly.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance            Clear, pale liquid              Oxidising properties          None

Odour                 None                            Vapour pressure               30Pa (25°C)

pH                    9 (1% in water)                 Relative density              1.18 – 1.20

Boiling point         >190°C                          Bulk density                  Not Relevant

Melting point         Not Relevant                    Viscosity                     No Data

Flash point           >100°C                          Solubility                    Soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      >370°C                  Partition coefficient         No data

Explosive properties LEL s.6%, UEL 12.5%              Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   Protect from moisture (product is hygroscopic)

MATERIELS TO AVOID                    Strong oxidising agents

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Low acute oral toxicity LD50 (by calculation) >5000mg/kg
TRIBOR 20                                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                       Mobile in the soil.

DEGRADABILITY                  Not biodegradable

ACCUMULATION                   There is a likelihood of bioaccumulation or biomagnification.

ECTOTOXICITY                   Boron is an essential micronutrient for plant life, but phytotoxic in large
                               amounts.


13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Dispose of by landfill in a commercial site, in accordance with local
                                       and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 As for product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Not regulated for transport by road, rail, sea or air.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                         Harmful if swallowed.

This product is approved under the control of pesticides regulations 1986 for use by Professional Operators
as directed. HSE No. 6242.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIBOR GEL                                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC


                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349

                           MSDS Ref: TR           Publication date                Revision date
  Non-hazardous                 211                      18/4/97                    18/03/2003

1.PRODUCT NAME:                        TRIBOR GEL                                 HSE No. 6099

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient               CAS No.        Weight %              Symbols        Risk Phrases

Disodium Octoborate Tetrahydrate   12230-03-04       46                   None            None
1,2-Propanediol                    57-55-6

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                   May cause eye irritation, and mild skin irritation on prolonged contact.



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash with plenty of water or soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Wash out mouth with water and give water to drink. Do not induce
                                   vomiting. If patient feels unwell, seek medical attention.

INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA               As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT               No particular requirements


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                   Wear respiratory protection if large amounts of dust are generated.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS              No environment hazard.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                    Sweep up and place in container for re-use or disposal to landfill.
Material Safety Data Sheet     According to 93/112EC                                         TRIBOR GEL

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                            Observe normal industrial hygiene methods.

STORAGE INFORMATION                             Store in a cool, dry place.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

        Use PVC or synthetic/rubber gloves and eye/face protection when applying the product.

        EXPOSURE LIMITS                None assigned in EH40

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance            Colourless gel                   Oxidising properties        None

Odour                 None                             Vapour pressure             30Pa (25°C)

pH                    9 (1% in water)                  Relative density            1200kg/m³

Boiling point         >190°C                           Bulk density                Not Relevant

Melting point         Not Relevant                     Viscosity                   No Data

Flash point           >100°C                           Solubility                  Soluble in water

Autoignition temperature     >370°C                    Partition coefficient       No data

Explosive properties LEL s.6%, UEL 12.5%               Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                              Stable

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                    Protect from moisture (product is hygroscopic)

MATERIELS TO AVOID                     Strong oxidising agents

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Low acute oral toxicity LD50 (by calculation) >5000mg/kg

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                     Mobile in the soil.

DEGRADABILITY                Not biodegradable

ACCUMULATION                 There is a likelihood of bioaccumulation or biomagnification.

ECTOTOXICITY                 Boron is an essential micronutrient for plant life, but phytotoxic in large
                             amounts.
TRIBOR GEL                                               Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Dispose of by landfill in a commercial site, in accordance with local
                                       and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 As for product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Not regulated for transport by road, rail, sea or air.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                         Not classified as hazardous.

This product is approved under the control of pesticides regulations 1986 for use by Professional Operators
as directed. HSE No. 6099

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITEC 120                                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC

                           Triton
                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                           MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date               Revision date
                                208                 02/04/97                     03/03/04


1.PRODUCT NAME:                          TRITEC 120                                    HSE NO. 6539

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.       EC No.          Weight %         Symbols      Risk Phrases

Permethrin                 52645-53-1    258—067-9          4.6           Xn,Harmful     R22
Fatty alcohol ethoxylate   68439-46-3                      28-32          Xi             R41

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                 Irritant – irritating to eyes and skin
                                 Risk of serious damage to eyes




4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                Wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 5 minutes.

CONTACT WITH EYES                Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                        Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                 DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Obtain medical attention.

INHALATION                       Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION                Treat symptomatically

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA             As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT             Wear breathing apparatus in confined spaces.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                     Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection
                                         and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear,
                                         overalls.                                            (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC                                      TRITEC 120

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                             If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                             a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                             Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                             place.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and
                       overalls.
                       If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge
                       type respirator fitted with a P2 or P3 cartridge.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after use. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS              None assigned in EH40

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Clear liquid                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         Very slight odour                             Vapour pressure        No data

pH            Neutral                                       Relative density       1.01 – 1.03 (15ºC)

Boiling point >100ºC                                        Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point Below 0ºC                                     Viscosity              Similar to water

Flash point   Above 93ºC                                    Solubility             Miscible with water

Flammability/autoflammability         No data               Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties                  No data               Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY
STABILITY                             Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements
MATERIALS TO AVOID
TRITEC 120                                          Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Acute Toxicity: LD50 > 10,000mg/Kg, by calculation. May produce a transient burning or stinging sensation
(without lesions) on exposed skin.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                            The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to leach
                                    from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                    sorption/desorption.

DEGRADABILITY                       Biodegradable in natural media. No data on persistence
ACCUMULATION                        There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                         Extremely toxic to fish (Permethrin LC 96h (trout) 0.009mg/l)
                                                                          50


13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                 Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                    in accordance with local and national regulations (most likely to be
                                    incineration).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING               Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                    thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or
                                    landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                              None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE
ADR/RID                             Not regulated
IMCO                                Not classified as hazardous for carriage by sea
                                    MFAG Table No.
                                    EmS No.
ICAO/IATA                           --
PACKING GROUP                       None assigned
LABEL                               Marine pollutant

15. REGULATION INFORMATION
CLASSIFICATION                      Irritating to eyes and skin.
                                    Risk of serious damage to eyes

SAFETY PHRASES                       Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.
                                     Keep out of reach of children.
                                     Keep only in the original container.
                                     Keep container tightly closed.
                                     KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE.
                                     ENSURE ADEQUATE VENTILATION before reoccupation.
                                     WASH ANY CONTAMINATION from exposed skin and eyes immediately.
                                     WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after use
                                   In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and
                                   seek medical advice.                                         (CONT’D)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                    TRITEC 120

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION (CONT’D)

THIS PRODUCT IS APPROVED UNDER THE CONTROL OF PESTICIDES REGULATIONS 1986
FOR USE AS DIRECTED, HSE No. 6539.

To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.

LABEL INFORMATION
FOR USE ONLY AS A WOOD PRESERVATIVE
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 may apply to the use of this product at
work.
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS.
Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the following items
of personal protective equipment.
Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
AVOID EXCESSIVE CONTAMINATION OF COVERALLS AND LAUNDER REGULARLY.
Do not breathe spray. Otherwise wear respiratory protective equipment and eye protection (see HSE Guidance
Booklet HS(G)53, “The Selection, Use and Maintenance of Respiratory Protective Equipment – A Practical Guide”).
However, engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH assessment shows they
provide an equal or higher standard of protection.
DO NOT CONTAMINATE FOODSTUFFS, EATING UTENSILS OR FOOD CONTACT SURFACES.
WHEN USING DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE
THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER must be disposed of in a safe way.
EXCLUDE ALL UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND ANIMALS DURING TREATMENT AND FOR AT LEAST 1
HOUR AFTER TREATMENT IS COMPLETED.
ENSURE THERE IS A PHYSICAL BARRIER TO PREVENT CONTACT BY UNPROTECTED
PERSONS AND ANIMALS UNTIL TREATED SURFACES ARE VISIBLY DRY.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TO FISH AND OTHER AQUATIC LIFE.
REMOVE OR COVER FISH TANKS AND BOWLS before application.
Do not contaminate ground, waterbodies or watercourses with chemicals or used container.
COVER WATER STORAGE TANKS before application.
ALL BATS ARE PROTECTED UNDER THE WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981. BEFORE
TREATING ANY STRUCTURE USED BY BATS, CONSULT ENGLISH NATURE, SCOTTISH NATURAL
HERITAGE OR THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES. READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
HSE No. 6539

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITEC 120 Plus                                     Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC

                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                            MSDS Ref. TR         Publication date         Revision date
                                   215              13/07/98               03/03/04

1.PRODUCT NAME:                           TRITEC 120 PLUS                              HSE NO. 6537

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS No.       EC No.         Weight %       Symbols        Risk Phrases
Permethrin                  52645-53-1    258—067-9         2.3        Xn,Harmful      R22
Propiconazole               60207-90-1                      9.8        Xn, Harmful     R22, R50/53
                                                                      N, Dangerous for
                                                                      the environment.
Fatty alcohol ethoxylate    68439-46-3                    28-32         Xi             R41

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritant – irritating to eyes and skin
                                  Risk of serious damage to eyes.
                                  May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
                                  Dangerous for the environment

4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 5 minutes.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                         Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Obtain medical attention.
INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Treat symptomatically

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              Wear breathing apparatus in confined spaces.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                      Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection
                                          and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear,
                                          overalls.
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                 Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                          If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.
CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES               Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into a
                                  suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.
Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC                               TRITEC 120 Plus

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                             Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                             place.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and
                       overalls
                       If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge
                       type respirator fitted with a P2 or P3 cartridge.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after use. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS              None assigned in EH40


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Clear liquid                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         Very slight odour                             Vapour pressure       No data

pH            Neutral                                       Relative density      1.02 – 1.04 (15ºC)

Boiling point >100ºC                                        Bulk density          Not relevant

Melting point Below 0ºC                                     Viscosity             Similar to water

Flash point   Above 93ºC                                    Solubility            Miscible with water

Flammability/autoflammability         No data               Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties                  No data               Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements
MATERIALS TO AVOID

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute Toxicity: LD50 > 10,000mg/Kg, by calculation. May produce a transient burning or stinging
sensation
(without lesions) on exposed skin.
TRITEC 120 Plus                         Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely to leach
                        from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                        sorption/desorption.
DEGRADABILITY           Biodegradable in natural media. No data on persistence

ACCUMULATION            There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY             Extremely toxic to fish (Permethrin LC 96h (trout) 0.009mg/l)
                                                              50


13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT     Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of in
                        accordance with local and national regulations (most likely to be
                        incineration).
DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING   Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If thoroughly
                        rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or landfill,
                        according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NO.                  None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE
ADR/RID                 Not regulated
IMCO                    Not classified as hazardous for carriage by sea
                        MFAG Table No.
                        EmS No.
ICAO/IATA               --
PACKING GROUP           None assigned
LABEL                   Marine pollutant

15. REGULATION INFORMATION
CLASSIFICATION          Irritating to eyes and skin
                        Risk of serious damage to eyes
                        May cause sensitisation by skin contact
                        Dangerous for the environment.
SAFETY PHRASES          Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.
                        Keep out of reach of children.
                        Keep only in original container.
                        Keep container tightly closed.
                        KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE.
                        ENSURE ADEQUATE VENTILATION before re-occupation.
                        WASH ANY CONTAMINATION from skin or eyes immediately.
                        WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after use.
                        IRRITATING TO EYES AND SKIN.
                        In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water
                        and seek medical advice.
                        MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT.
                        DANGEROUS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT.
                        TOXIC TO AQUATIC ORGANISMS.                                (CONTD.)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                        TRITEC 120 Plus
15.REGULATORY INFORMATION (CONT’D)
                                              MAY CAUSE LONGTERM ADVERSE EFFECTS IN THE
                                              AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT.

THIS PRODUCT IS APPROVED UNDER THE CONTROL OF PESTICIDES REGULATIONS 1986
FOR USE AS DIRECTED. HSE No. 6537.

To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.
LABEL INFORMATION:
WOOD PRESERVATIVE FOR PROFESSIONAL USE AGAINST WOOD ROTTING FUNGI AND WOOD
DESTROYING INSECTS.
FOR USE ON WOOD OUT OF GROUND CONTACT OR SURFACE WATER CONTACT.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 may apply to the use of this product at
work.
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS.
Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the following items
of personal protective equipment.
Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
AVOID EXCESSIVE CONTAMINATION OF COVERALLS AND LAUNDER REGULARLY.
Do not breathe spray. Otherwise wear respiratory protective equipment and eye protection (see HSE Guidance
Booklet HS(G)53: “The Selection, Use and Maintenance of Respiratory Equipment – A Practical Guide”).
However engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH assessment shows they provide
an equal or higher standard of protection.
DO NOT CONTAMINATE FOODSTUFFS, EATING UTENSILS OR FOOD CONTACT SURFACES.
WHEN USING, DO NO EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE.
THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN A SAFE WAY.
EXCLUDE ALL UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND ANIMALS DURING TREATMENT AND FOR AT LEAST 1
HOUR AFTER TREATMENT IS COMPLETED.
ENSURE THERE IS A PHYSICAL BARRIER TO PREVENT CONTACT BY UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND
ANAIMALS UNTIL TREATED SURFACS ARE VISIBLY DRY.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TO FISH AND OTHER AQUATIC LIFE.
REMOVE OR COVER ALL FISH TANKS AND BOWLS before application.
Do not contaminate ground, waterbodies or watercourses with chemicals or used container.
COVER WATER STORAGE TANKS before application.
ALL BATS ARE PROTECTED UNDER THE WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981. BEFORE
TREATING ANY STRUCTURE USED BY BATS, CONSULT ENGLISH NATURE, SCOTTISH NATURL
HERITAGE OR THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES.
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE., HSE No. 6537.
Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.
The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication, but we cannot
accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical data sheet for the
product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term
exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper explosive limit.
TRITEC 121                                           Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349

                           MSDS Ref: TR            Publication date              Revision date
                                217                   13/07/98                    03/03/04

1. PRODUCT NAME:                   TRITEC 121                                           HSE NO. 6541

2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.         EC No.          Weight %     Symbols         Risk Phrases
Permethrin                 52645-53-1      258—067-9         4.6        Xn,Harmful      R22
Fatty alcohol ethoxylate   68439-46-3                       28-32       Xi              R41

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                           Irritant – irritating to eyes and skin
                           Risk of serious damage to eyes




4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 5 minutes

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice

INGESTION                          Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                   DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Obtain medical attention.

INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION                  Treat symptomatically


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA               As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT               Wear breathing apparatus in confined spaces.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                       Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection
                                           and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear,
                                           overalls.                                           (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                               TRITEC 121

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                              a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                              place.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, and overalls
If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge type respirator fitted with
a P2 or P3 cartridge.
Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after use. Do not eat, drink or smoke whilst
Handling the product.
Do not wear contaminated clothing.

EXPOSURE LIMITS                None assigned in EH40


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance     Clear liquid                                   Oxidising properties None

Odour          Very slight odour                              Vapour pressure        No data

pH             Neutral                                        Relative density       1.01 – 1.03 (15ºC)

Boiling point >100ºC                                          Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point Below 0ºC                                       Viscosity              Similar to water

Flash point    Above 93ºC                                     Solubility             Miscible with water

Flammability/autoflammability         No data                 Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties                  No data                 Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements
MATERIALS TO AVOID
TRITEC 121                                         Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Acute Toxicity: LD > 10,000mg/Kg, by calculation. May produce a transient burning or stinging sensation
(without lesions) on exposed skin.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                           The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely
                                   to leach from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                                   sorption/desorption.

DEGRADABILITY                      Biodegradable in natural media. No data on persistence

ACCUMULATION                       There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                   in accordance with local and national regulations (most likely to be
                                   incineration).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING              Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                   thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or
                                   landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NO.                             None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE
ADR/RID                            Not regulated
IMCO                               Not classified as hazardous for carriage by sea
                                   MFAG Table No.
                                   EmS No.
ICAO/IATA                          --
PACKING GROUP                      None assigned
LABEL                              Marine pollutant

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                      Irritating to eyes and skin
                                    Risk of serious damage to eyes
SAFETY PHRASES                      Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.
                                    Keep out of reach of children.
                                    Keep only in the original container.
                                    Keep container tightly closed.
                                    KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE.
                                    ENSURE ADEQUATE VENTILATION before reoccupation.
                                    WASH ANY CONTAMINATION from exposed skin and eyes immediately.
                                    WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after use
                                    In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water
                                    and seek medical advice.                            (CONT’D)
Material Safety Data Sheet                               According to 93/112EC                       TRITEC 121

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION (CONT’D)

THIS PRODUCT IS APPROVED UNDER THE CONTROL OF PESTICIDES REGULATIONS 1986
FOR USE AS DIRECTED, HSE No. 6539.

To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.

LABEL INFORMATION
FOR USE ONLY AS A WOOD PRESERVATIVE
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 may apply to the use of this product at
work.
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS.
Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the following items
of personal protective equipment.
Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
AVOID EXCESSIVE CONTAMINATION OF COVERALLS AND LAUNDER REGULARLY.
Do not breathe spray. Otherwise wear respiratory protective equipment and eye protection (see HSE Guidance
Booklet HS(G)53, “The Selection, Use and Maintenance of Respiratory Protective Equipment – A Practical Guide”).
However, engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH assessment shows they
provide an equal or higher standard of protection.
DO NOT CONTAMINATE FOODSTUFFS, EATING UTENSILS OR FOOD CONTACT SURFACES.
WHEN USING DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE
THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER must be disposed of in a safe way.
EXCLUDE ALL UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND ANIMALS DURING TREATMENT AND FOR AT LEAST 1
HOUR AFTER TREATMENT IS COMPLETED.
ENSURE THERE IS A PHYSICAL BARRIER TO PREVENT CONTACT BY UNPROTECTED
PERSONS AND ANIMALS UNTIL TREATED SURFACES ARE VISIBLY DRY.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TO FISH AND OTHER AQUATIC LIFE.
REMOVE OR COVER FISH TANKS AND BOWLS before application.
Do not contaminate ground, waterbodies or watercourses with chemicals or used container.
COVER WATER STORAGE TANKS before application.
ALL BATS ARE PROTECTED UNDER THE WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981. BEFORE
TREATING ANY STRUCTURE USED BY BATS, CONSULT ENGLISH NATURE, SCOTTISH NATURAL
HERITAGE OR THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES. READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
HSE No. 6539

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITEC 121 PLUS                                   Material Safety Data Sheet          Accordingto93/112EC

                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co.Ltd
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349
                              MSDS Ref: TR            Publication date               Revision date
                                   218                   13/07/98                      04/03/04

1. PRODUCT NAME:                      TRITEC 121 PLUS                                        HSE NO. 6538

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient          CAS No.         EC No.         Weight %        Symbols       Risk Phrases
Permethrin                    52645-53-1      258—067-9      4.6            Xn,Harmful     R22
Propiconazole                 60207-90-1                     9.8            Xn, Harmful R22, R50/53
                                                                            N, Dangerous
                                                                            for environment
Fatty alcohol ethoxylate      68439-46-3                     28-32          Xi             R41

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                      Irritant – irritating to eyes and skin
                                      May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
                                      Dangerous for the environment.
                                      Risk of serious damage to eyes

4. FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                     Wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 5 minutes

CONTACT WITH EYES                     Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice

INGESTION                             Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink.
                                      DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Obtain medical attention.

INHALATION                            Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION                     Treat symptomatically


5. FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                  As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT                  Wear breathing apparatus in confined spaces.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                          Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection
                                              and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.
  CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                 Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into a suitable
  closed container for disposal according to item 13.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                       TRITEC 121 PLUS

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
   HANDLING PRECAUTIONS               Material should only be handled by trained personnel.
                                               Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool
                                               place.

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, and overalls
If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge type respirator fitted with
a P2 or P3 cartridge.
Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after use. Do not eat, drink or smoke whilst
Handling the product.
Do not wear contaminated clothing.

EXPOSURE LIMITS                None assigned in EH40

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance     Clear liquid                                   Oxidising properties None

Odour          Very slight odour                              Vapour pressure        No data

pH             Neutral                                        Relative density       1.02 – 1.04 (15ºC)

Boiling point >100ºC                                          Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point Below 0ºC                                       Viscosity              Similar to water

Flash point    Above 93ºC                                     Solubility             Miscible with water

Flammability/autoflammability         No data                 Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties                  No data                 Other data

10. STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements

MATERIALS TO AVOID

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute Toxicity: LD > 10,000mg/Kg, by calculation. May produce a transient burning or stinging sensation
(without lesions) on exposed skin.
TRITEC 121 PLUS                         Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                The water-miscibility of the product suggests that it is likely
                        to leach from soil into groundwater. There is no available data on
                        sorption/desorption.
DEGRADABILITY           Biodegradable in natural media. No data on persistence
ACCUMULATION            There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT     Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of in
                        accordance with local and national regulations (most likely to be
                        incineration).
DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING   Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If thoroughly
                        rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or landfill,
                        according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NO.                  None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE
ADR/RID                 Not regulated
IMCO                    Not classified as hazardous for carriage by sea
                        MFAG Table No.
                        EmS No.
ICAO/IATA               --
PACKING GROUP           None assigned
LABEL                   Marine pollutant

15. REGULATION INFORMATION
CLASSIFICATION          Irritating to eyes and skin
                        Risk of serious damage to eyes
                        May cause sensitisation by skin contact
                        Dangerous for the environment.
SAFETY PHRASES          Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.
                        Keep out of reach of children.
                        Keep only in original container.
                        Keep container tightly closed.
                        KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE.
                        ENSURE ADEQUATE VENTILATION before re-occupation.
                        WASH ANY CONTAMINATION from skin or eyes immediately.
                        WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after use.
                        IRRITATING TO EYES AND SKIN.
                        In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water
                        and seek medical advice.
                        MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT.
                        DANGEROUS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT.
                        TOXIC TO AQUATIC ORGANISMS
                        MAY CAUSE LONGTERM ADVERSE EFFECTS IN THE
                        AQUATIC ENVIRONMENT.                                        (CONTD.)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                          TRITEC 121 PLUS

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION (CONT’D)

THIS PRODUCT IS APPROVED UNDER THE CONTROL OF PESTICIDES REGULATIONS 1986
FOR USE AS DIRECTED. HSE No. 6538.

To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.

LABEL INFORMATION:
WOOD PRESERVATIVE FOR PROFESSIONAL USE AGAINST WOOD ROTTING FUNGI AND WOOD
DESTROYING INSECTS.
FOR USE ON WOOD OUT OF GROUND CONTACT OR SURFACE WATER CONTACT.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 may apply to the use of this product at
work.
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS.
Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the following items
of personal protective equipment.
Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
AVOID EXCESSIVE CONTAMINATION OF COVERALLS AND LAUNDER REGULARLY.
Do not breathe spray. Otherwise wear respiratory protective equipment and eye protection (see HSE Guidance
Booklet HS(G)53: “The Selection, Use and Maintenance of Respiratory Equipment – A Practical Guide”).
However engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH assessment shows they provide
an equal or higher standard of protection.
DO NOT CONTAMINATE FOODSTUFFS, EATING UTENSILS OR FOOD CONTACT SURFACES.
WHEN USING, DO NO EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE.
THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN A SAFE WAY.
EXCLUDE ALL UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND ANIMALS DURING TREATMENT AND FOR AT LEAST 1
HOUR AFTER TREATMENT IS COMPLETED.
ENSURE THERE IS A PHYSICAL BARRIER TO PREVENT CONTACT BY UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND
ANAIMALS UNTIL TREATED SURFACS ARE VISIBLY DRY.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TO FISH AND OTHER AQUATIC LIFE.
REMOVE OR COVER ALL FISH TANKS AND BOWLS before application.
Do not contaminate ground, waterbodies or watercourses with chemicals or used container.
COVER WATER STORAGE TANKS before application.
ALL BATS ARE PROTECTED UNDER THE WILDLIFE AND COUNTRYSIDE ACT 1981. BEFORE
TREATING ANY STRUCTURE USED BY BATS, CONSULT ENGLISH NATURE, SCOTTISH NATURL
HERITAGE OR THE COUNTRYSIDE COUNCIL FOR WALES.
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE., HSE No. 6538.
Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.
The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16. OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.
The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMETHRIN OS                               Material Safety Data Sheet           According to93/112EC


                       Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                       129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                       Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                       Fax:          020 8312 0349
                       MSDS Ref:                  Publication date                    Revision date
                         TR206                      27/03/97                           17/02/04


1.PRODUCT NAME:                      TRIMETHRIN 2 OS                                 HSE NO. 4621

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient   CAS No.       EC No.          Weight %         Symbols        Risk Phrases

Permethrin             52645-53-1    258-067-9           0.2          Irritant          R22
Odourless Kerosene     64742-47-8    265-149-8          99.8          Harmful           R22

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                             Irritant – irritating to eyes and skin
                             Flammable (flash point 77°C)
                             Harmful if swallowed



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN            Wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 5 minutes.

CONTACT WITH EYES            Wash out with water for several minutes. If redness and/or irritation
                             persists, seek medical advice.

INGESTION                    Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give water or milk to drink.
                             Seek medical advice. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                   Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION            Treat symptomatically

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA         Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO . Never use water
                                                                                  ²
                                     jet.
                                     Flash point 77°C.
SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT         For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                 Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                     involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                     synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.
                                                                                           (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC                                   TRIMETHRIN OS

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                      Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                               If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                            Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                               a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                               Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                               sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                       Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be worn,
                       including eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or cartridge type
                       respirator fitted with a suitable cartridge.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS                 LTEL for solvent: 1000mg/m³
                                                       (8 hr. TWA)
                                                       OES 5mg/m³ oil mist
9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance    Clear, colourless liquid                         Oxidising properties None

Odour         Paraffinic                                       Vapour pressure         No data

PH            Not relevant                                     Relative density        0.81 (15ºC)

Boiling point 200º to 260°C                                    Bulk density            Not relevant

Melting point Not Relevant                                     Viscosity               2.25cS @ 20°C

Flash point   77ºC                                             Solubility              Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature          230°C                        Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties              LEL 0.6%,UEL 7.0%            Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                              Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                    High temperatures (flash point 77°C)
MATERIALS TO AVOID                     Strong oxidising agents.
TRIMETHRIN OS                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicity following a single exposure to high levels of the solvent component is of a low order. Prolonged
and repeated contact may cause drying of the skin and possibly dermatitis. Prolonged inhalation of spray
mist may cause inflammation of the lungs. The major hazard is lung damage from aspiration – medical
supervision for 24-48 hours is recommended if aspiration could have occurred.
The Permethrin may cause a stinging or burning sensation on the skin (without lesions).

LD50 oral (rat) > 10,000mg/kg (by calculation)

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                             Likely to be mobile in the soil. Take care to avoid contamination of
                                     groundwater.

DEGRADABILITY                        Biodegrades slowly.

ACCUMULATION                         There is no evidence for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                          Highly toxic to fish. Marine pollutant (IMDG code)

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                  Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                     in accordance with local and national regulations. Can be burned in
                                     domestic refuse incinerators in accordance with local regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                     thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or
                                     landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                               None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
EMERGENCY ACTION CODE                3[Z] (suggested)
ADR/RID                              Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                 Not classified as hazardous
                                     MFAG Table No.
                                     EmS No.
ICAO/IATO                            Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                Marine pollutant
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                          TRIMETHRIN OS

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION


PRECAUTIONS
FLAMMABLE. DO NOT APPLY in the presence of naked flames, hot surfaces or unprotected electrical equip-
ment.
ENSURE ADEQUATE VENTILATION when applying.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, NAMELY OVERALLS AND SYNTHETIC/PVC GLOVES
when handling.
AVOID WORKING IN SPRAY MIST or wear suitable respiratory equipment and eye protection.
WHEN USING, DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE.
WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after work.
COVER ALL FOODSTUFFS BEFORE APPLICATION.
DO NOT APPLY TO SURFACES on which food is prepared.
CHILDREN AND PETS SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY FROM TREATED AREAS FOR 48 HOURS OR UNTIL
DRY.
VENTILATE CONFINED SPACES THOROUGHLY.
EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TO FISH. Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with chemical or used
container.
REMOVE FISH TANKS before applying.
DO NOT USE ON BEEHIVES OR BEEKEEPING EQUIPMENT.
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN.
KEEP IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, tightly closed and in a safe place.
THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER must be disposed of in a safe way.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRISOL 23                                            Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC

                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349
                            MSDS Ref:              Publication date              Revision date
   HARMFUL                   TR212                  11/02/98                      25/02/04

1.PRODUCT NAME:                            TRISOL 23                                     HSE NO. 6274

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                 CAS No.         EC No.        Weight %      Symbols     Risk Phrases
3-lodo-2-propynyl-butyl carbamate    55406-53-6     259-627-5         5            Xn, N     R20/22, 41,50
Fatty Alcohol ethoxylate                                              22           Xn        R22, 41

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                            Harmful if swallowed
                            Risk of serious damage to eyes




4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                   Wash with plenty of soap and water for at least 5 minutes. If irritation
                                    or redness develop, seek medical attention.

CONTACT WITH EYES                   Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                           Rinse the mouth (do not swallow), and give copious fluids to drink,
                                    preferably milk. DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                          May cause respiratory irritation. Remove to fresh air, keep warm and
                                    at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION                   Information for doctor: May cause severe eye irritation and possible
                                    corneal injury unless washed from eyes promptly.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA               As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT               Full protective clothing. May produce toxic and irritant iodine
                                           vapour

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                       Wear suitable protective clothing including eye/face protection
                                           and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, and
                                           overalls.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                  Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                           If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.
                                                                                                   (Cont’d)
Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC                                            TRISOL 23
6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (Cont’d)
CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                            Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                               a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Avoid contact with eyes or skin. Do not breathe spray.
                                               Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Protect from frost. Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place.
                                               Do not mix or store in galvanised or light metal containers.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                                      Wear goggles or face shield, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective
                                      footwear, and overalls.
                                      If spraying wear suitable respiratory protection, either an air-fed mask or
                                      cartridge type respirator fitted with a suitable cartridge.
                                      It is advisable to wear a suitable head covering and to apply a barrier
                                      cream (water-resistant type).
                                      Wash before meals; shower or bathe after work. Do not smoke whilst
                                      handling the product.
                                      Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                                      EXPOSURE LIMITS                  None assigned in EH40

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Clear liquid                                     Oxidising properties None

Odour         Very slight odour                                Vapour pressure         No data

pH            Neutral                                          Relative density        1.02 – 1.04 (15ºC)

Boiling point > 100° C                                         Bulk density            Not relevant

Melting point Below 0° C                                       Viscosity               Similar to water

Flash point   > 93º C                                          Solubility              Miscible with water

Flammability/autoflammability: Not combustible                 Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties              Not explosive                Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements

MATERIALS TO AVOID                    Strong acids and bases
TRISOL 23                                                 Material Safety Data Sheet    According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
3-lodo-2-propynyl-butyl carbamate (I.P.B.C.) is moderately toxic: LD 1470mg/kg (rat, acute, oral).
                                                                    50
The calculated toxicity of TRISOL 23 is LD50 > 10,000mg/kg, based on dilution factors.

It causes severe eye irritation and is a skin irritant.

Ingestion may cause nausea, gastrointestinal irritation and vomiting.
Long-term exposure effects are unknown.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
MOBILITY                        No specific information.

DEGRADABILITY                   COD = 1.148e mg/kg (day(s)) for I.P.B.C.
                                I.P.B.C. is not biodegradable

ACCUMULATION                    Bioconcentration factor for Carp: 3.3-4.5

ECOTOXICITY                     Acutely toxic to aquatic organisms.
                                LC50 (96hr) Blue gill 0.23mg a.i./L. LC 50 (48hr) Daphnia magna 0.696mg/L

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                     Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                        in accordance with local and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                   Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. If
                                        thoroughly rinsed, it may be treated as general waste for incineration or
                                        landfill, according to regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
UN NO.                                  3077
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                    ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, NOS.
                                        Contains Iodocarb (5%)
ADR/RID                                 Class 9. Item 12(c)
IMCO                                    Class 9. IMDG Code page 9029
ICAO/IATO                               Class 9.
PACKING GROUP                           III
LABEL                                   Harmful, Dangerous to the environment (as 100% I.P.B.C)

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
CLASSIFICATION                          Harmful if swallowed
                                        Risk of serious damage to eyes

LABEL INFORMATION:

FOR USE ONLY AS A SURFACE BIOCIDE
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS
SAFETY PHRASES
INCASE OF ACCIDENT OR IF YOU FEEL UNWELL seek medical advice immediately. (Show the label where
possible).
To avoid risks to man and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.   (Cont’d)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                                  TRISOL 23
15. REGULATORY INFORMATION (Cont’d)
SAFETY PHRASES (Cont’d)
WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before meals and after use.
WASH ANY CONTAMINATION from skin or eyes immediately.
In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
Keep only in the original container.
Keep container tightly closed.
KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE.
KEEP AWAY FROM FOOD, DRINK AND ANIMAL FEEDING STUFFS.
Keep out of the reach of children.
PRECAUTIONS
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 may apply to the use of this
product at work.
FOR USE ONLY BY PROFESSIONAL OPERATORS.
Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
AVOID EXCESSIVE CONTAMINATION OF COVERALLS AND LAUNDER REGULARLY.
Do not breathe spray. Otherwise wear respiratory protective equipment and eye protection (see HSE Guidance
Booklet HS(G) 53: “The Selection – A Practical Guide”.
However engineering controls may replace personal protective equipment if a COSHH assessment shows they
provide an equal or higher standard of protection.
COVER FOOD, FOOD PREPARING EQUIPMENT AND EATING UTENSILS before application.
THIS MATERIAL AND ITS CONTAINER must by disposed of in a safe way.
DO NOT APPLY TO SURFACES on which food or feed is stored, prepared or eaten.
UNPROTECTED PERSONS AND ANIMALS SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY FROM TREATED AREAS FOR 48
HOURS OR UNTIL SURFACES ARE DRY.
COVER WATER STORAGE TANKS before application.
Do not empty into drains.
DO NOT USE NEAR DRAINS, PREVENT ANY SURFACE RUN-OFF FROM ENTERING DRAINS.
DANGEROUS TO FISH AND OTHER AQUATIC LIFE.
This product contains substances which are known to be hazardous to the environment.
Do not contaminate ground, waterbodies or watercourses with chemical or used container.
REMOVE OR COVER ALL FISH TANKS AND BOWLS before application.
AVOID ALL CONTACT WITH PLANT LIFE.
WHEN USING DO NOT EAT, DRINK OR SMOKE.
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE. HSE No. 6274
Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.
The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
This product is for use only by professional operators as a masonry fungicide.
This product is approved under the control of pesticides regulations 1986 (as amended) for use as directed. HS No. 6274
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication, but we cannot
accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.
The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical data sheet for the
product.
Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term exposure limit.
TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper explosive limit.
TRIPASTE PB                                           Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                            MSDS Ref:                     Publication date              Revision date
                             TR214                          18/4/97                     27/6/97 (side lined)

1.PRODUCT NAME:                           TRIPASTE PB                                   HSE NO. 6080

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS No.       EC No.          Weight %      Symbols         Risk Phrases

Permethrin                   52645-53-1   258-067-9         0.2         Xn (Harmful)      R22
Trihexyleneglycol biborate                                  3.3         Xn (Harmful)
blend with hydrocarbon solvent

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                   Irritant
                                   Irritating to eyes and skin
                                   Mist/fume may irritate nose or throat on prolonged exposure.



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, seek medical
                                   advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Do not induce vomiting. Keep at rest and seek medical attention.

INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest. Seek medical advice if
                                   necessary.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              Water spray, dry powder, CO or foam. Never use water jet.
                                                                     ²
SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                      Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                          involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                          synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.
                                                                                                (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet         According to 93/112EC                                    TRIPASTE PB

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                              a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                              Provide adequate ventilation in work spaces.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                       Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be worn,
                       including eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             White or green paste                  Oxidising properties None

Odour                  Mild solvent odour                    Vapour pressure        <0.1Pa (20°C)

pH                     5.0 – 6.5                             Relative density       0.98 (20ºC)

Boiling point          100º to 220°C                         Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                          Viscosity              No data

Flash point            >60ºC                                 Solubility             Partially soluble in water

Autoignition temperature           No data                   Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties               No data                   Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                              Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                    High temperatures

MATERIALS TO AVOID                     Strong oxidising agents.
TRIPASTE PB                                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute toxicity LD50 (rat, oral) > 4000mg/kg. May cause irritation or burning sensation (without lesions).

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Avoid subsoil penetration.

DEGRADABILITY                            Biodegradable.

ACCUMULATION                             There is potential for bioaccumlation. Biomagnification is unlikely.

ECOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms. Permethrin LC50 (trout): 0.009mg/l

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                      Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                         in compliance with Environment Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                         Guidance Note IPR5/1).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                    Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. Cleaned
                                         packaging may be land-filled.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                   None assigned
ADR/RID                                  Not classified as hazardous
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
IMCO                                     Not classified as hazardous
IATA/IACO                                Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                    No hazard label


15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION
R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S51: Use only in well ventilated areas.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
Required by health and safety legislation.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                              TRIPASTE PB

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41)              Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC


                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                            MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date               Revision date
                                 300                4/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                        TRIMOL RESINS 15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS Nos.                     Weight, %      Symbols         Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A and F epoxy     25068-38-6, 68609-97-2,       100           Xi (Irritant)   R36/38,43,51/53
Resins, diglycidyl ethers   28064-14-4

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritant
                                  Irritating to skin and eyes



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Seek medical advice in the event of discomfort.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION                 May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA             Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO² . Never use water
                                         jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT             For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                     Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                         involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                         synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.


                                                                                                (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC         TRIMOL RESINS (15,34,35,36,40,41)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                              into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                              13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                               Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be
                               worn, including eye protection, boots and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                               Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                               or smoke whilst handling the product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40.
                                                             Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Clear, golden liquid            Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  Faint                           Vapour pressure              1Pa (20°C)

pH                     7 (50% suspension in water)     Relative density             1.2-1.13 (15°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes                      Bulk density                 Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                    Viscosity                    No data

Flash point            >150°C                          Solubility                   Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature       No data                 Partition coefficient        No data

Explosive properties           No data                 Other data
TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40,41)                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                     Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                           High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                            Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.
                                              Excess of hardener (uncontrolled polymerisation reaction).


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not available data on acute toxicity. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising agent.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                               Low soil absorption.
DEGRADABILITY                          Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                           There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                            Toxic to aquatic organisms:
                                       (TLm96: fish 1.2mg/litre, Daphnia 2.7 mg/litre, algae 9.4mg/litre)

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                       in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                       landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                 None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                   Liquid epoxy resin
ADR/RID                                Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                   Not classified as hazardous
                                       MFAG Table No.
                                       EmS No.
IATA/IACO                              Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                  No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC          TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41)

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

S24: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S26: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)                  Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC


                          Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                          129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                          Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                          Fax:          020 8312 0349

                          MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date               Revision date
                               301                 4/4/97                        18/06/04

1.PRODUCT NAME:                       TRIMOL HARDENER 15, 34, 35, 36
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient             CAS Nos.     EC No. Weight, % Symbols         Risk Phrases
Trimethylhexamethylene diamine   25620-58-0   247-134-8 100    C (Corrosive) R22,34,43,52/53

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                 Corrosive – Causes burns
                                 Harmful if swallowed
                                 May cause sensitisation by skin contact
                                 Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in
                                 the aquatic environment.

4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, obtain
                                 medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES                Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                        Give plenty of water – if possible, charcoal slurry. Do not induce
                                 vomiting.

INHALATION                       Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medial advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO ² . Never use water
                                        jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            Full protective equipment. Toxic and irritant fumes may be
                                        produced.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                    Wear suitable protective clothing which may include eye/face
                                        protection, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear
                                        and overalls. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing.
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC        TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                              into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                              13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas. Keep away from
                                              sources of ignition – no smoking. Handle and open container
                                              with care

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep store well ventilated. Keep away from food and
                                              feeding stuffs.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                              Wear protective clothing, including eye protection, boots and PVC or
                              synthetic rubber gloves. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable
                              respiratory protective equipment.
                              Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                              or smoke whilst handling the product.

                              EXPOSURE LIMITS                None prescribed in EH40.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Clear, colourless liquid       Oxidising properties          None

Odour                  Amine-like                     Vapour pressure               6Pa (20°C)

pH                     11.3 (50% in water)            Relative density              0.86-0.87 (20°C)

Boiling point          >200°C                         Bulk density                  Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                   Viscosity                     5mPa.s (25°)

Flash point            >108°C (CC)                    Solubility                    Miscible with water

Autoignition temperature      No data                 Partition coefficient         No data

Explosive properties          No data                 Other data
TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)                            Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                        Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                              High temperatures, formation of aerosols, static discharges.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                               Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

LD50 (rat, oral): 910mg/kg. Eye irritation (rabbit): corrosive. Skin irritation (rabbit): corrosive.

Dermal sensitisation (guinea pig): sensitiser.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Avoid subsoil penetration
DEGRADABILITY                            Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                             There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms.
                                         (LC 50 (fish) 96h:1000mg/litre, EC50 (daphnia) 24h: 31.5mg/litre
                                         EC50 (algae) 72h: 29.5mg/litre), IC50 (bacteria) 3h: 100mg/litre.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                     Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                         in compliance with the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                         Guidance Note IPR5/1)

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                   Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. After
                                         cleaning, can be landfilled.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                   2327
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                     Trimethylhexamethhylene diamines, solution
ADR/RID                                  Class 8. Item 53(c).
IMCO                                     Class 8. IMDG Code page 08243
                                         MFAG Table No. 320
                                         EmS No. 8.05
IATA/IACO                                Class 8
PACKING GROUP                            3
LABEL                                    Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC             TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Corrosive

LABEL INFORMATION

R34:Causes burns
R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R52/53: Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse affects in the aquatic environment.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice (show the label where possible).

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL FILLERS 35 AND 36                               Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC


                               Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                               129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                               Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                               Fax:          020 8312 0349

                               MSDS Ref: TR            Publication date               Revision date
                                    308                   15/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                             TRIMOL FILLERS 35 AND 36
2. COMPOSITION

An inert, inorganic filler consisting of a mixture of silica sand and silica flour.

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                       Contains respirable fraction silica – harmful by inhalation.




4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                      Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                      Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                              Not likely to cause any adverse affects in the amounts which could be
                                       taken.

INHALATION                             Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                   As appropriate to surrounding fire.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT                   No particular requirements.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                           Wear respiratory protection if dust is generated.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                      No environmental hazard.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                            Avoid dry sweeping and generation of dust. Damp down before
                                               shovelling into a suitable container for disposal by landfill.
Material Safety Data Sheet    According to 93/112EC                       TRIMOL FILLER 35 AND 36

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Keep and mix in original container. If necessary, wear suitable
                                             protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          No particular storage requirements. Keep dry to avoid
                                             deterioration.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                             Wear dust masks or the equivalent to BS2091 Type B, and provide dust
                             extraction where dust is produced.

                             EXPOSURE LIMITS                 Refer to HSE Guidance Note EH40 for current
                                                             critical silica concentrations.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    White to buff-coloured powder/granules Oxidising properties         None

Odour         None                                     Vapour pressure            Not relevant

pH            Not relevant                             Relative density           Not relevant

Boiling point Not relevant                             Bulk density               2700kg/m³

Melting point >2000°C                                  Viscosity                  Not relevant

Flash point   Not combustible                          Solubility                 Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature     Not relevant              Partition coefficient      Not relevant

Explosive properties         Not explosive             Other data


10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                    Stable.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                          No special requirements.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                           None
TRIMOL FILLER 35 AND 36                               Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Inert, insoluble and non-toxic. The main health hazard is inhalation of the respirable fraction silica.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              Not mobile in soil.
DEGRADABILITY                         Inert and not biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                          There is no likelihood of bioaccumulation or Biomagnification
ECTOTOXICITY                          Not ecotoxic

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                  Dispose of by landfill in a commercial site, in accordance with local
                                      and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                As for product.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

                                      Not regulated by road, rail, sea or air.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                        Not classified as hazardous.

LABEL INFORMATION                     None

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 54 HARDENER                           Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC


                         Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                         129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                         Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                         Fax:          020 8312 0349

                         MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date               Revision date
                              310                18/4/97                      29/01/03


1.PRODUCT NAME:                     TRIMOL 54 HARDENER
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient       CAS Nos. EC No.    Weight, %          Symbols      Risk Phrases
Tetraethylenepentamine     112-57-2 203-986-2 1 – 10              C (N)  R36/38,43,S26,S37/38
4,4 –Isopropylidenediphenol 80-05-7 201-245-8 1 – 5               Xi     R36/37/38 R43

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                               Irritating to skin and eyes
                               May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
                               Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in
                               the aquatic environment.


4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN              Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, obtain
                               medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES              Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                      Give plenty of water if possible, charcoal slurry. Do not induce
                               vomiting. Obtain medical attention.

INHALATION                     Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice.

OTHER INFORMATION              Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA          Water spray, dry powder, CO ². or foam. Never use water jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT          Full protective equipment. Toxic and irritant fumes may be
                                      produced.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                  Wear suitable protective clothing which may include eye/face
                                      protection, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear
                                      and overalls. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing.
                                                                                            (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet     According to 93/112EC                         TRIMOL 54 HARDENER

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                            If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                            into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                            13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas.
                                            Handle and open container with care.
                                            Avoid formation of aerosol.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                            sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated. Keep away from food
                                            and feeding stuffs.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                              Wear protective clothing, including eye protection, boots and PVC or
                              synthetic rubber gloves. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable
                              respiratory protective equipment.
                              Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                              or smoke whilst handling the product.


                              EXPOSURE LIMITS              None prescribed in EH40.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Dark brown paste              Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  Amine-like                    Vapour pressure              0.006Pa (25°C)

pH                     11 (50% in water)             Relative density             0.6g/cm³ (25°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes above 200°         Bulk density                 Not Relevant

Melting point          Not relevant                  Viscosity                    Paste

Flash point            170°C (CC)                    Solubility                   Partially miscible with water

Autoignition temperature      No data                Partition coefficient        No data

Explosive properties          No data                Other data
TRIMOL 54 HARDENER                                      Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                       Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                             High temperatures, static discharges.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                              Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

LD50(rat, oral): >5000 mg/kg. Eye irritation (rabbit): irritating. Skin irritation (rabbit): irritating.

Dermal sensitisation (guinea pig): sensitiser

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                Avoid subsoil penetration.
DEGRADABILITY                           Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                            There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                            Toxic to aquatic organisms.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                    Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                        in compliance with Environment Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                        Guidance Note IPR5/1). Waste Key Number: 070204

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                  Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. Cleaned
                                        packaging may be land-filled.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                  None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
ADR/RID                                 Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                    Not classified as hazardous
                                        MFAG Table No.
                                        Ems No.
IATA/IACO                               Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                   No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                            TRIMOL 54 HARDENER

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Xi Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R52/53: Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.
S61: Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/Safety data sheets.

Hazardous components which must be listed on the label: Tetraethylenepentamine
                                                        4, 4’ - Isopropylidenediphenol

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 54 RESIN                                 Material Safety Data Sheet         According to 93/112EC


                              Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                              129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                              Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                              Fax:          020 8312 0349

                              MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date               Revision date
                                   309                27/09/2002                  29/01/2003


1.PRODUCT NAME:                          TRIMOL 54 RESIN
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS Nos.       EC No.         Weight, %      Symbols         Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A /epichlorhydrin 25068-38-6                     70 – 82       Xi N            R36/38,43, 51/53
epoxy resin (average molecular weight < 700)

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                     Irritant
                                     Irritating to skin and eyes
                                     May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
                 Dangerous           Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long term adverse effects in
                   to the
                Environment          the aquatic environment.

4. FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                   Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, seek medical
                                    advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES                   Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                           Give plenty of water (charcoal slurry, if possible). Do not induce
                                    vomiting. Obtain medical attention.

INHALATION                          Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION                   May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA               Water spray, dry powder, CO ². or foam. Never use water jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT               For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                       Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                           involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                           synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.
                                                                                                 (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                               TRIMOL 54 RESIN

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                             If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                             into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                             13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING
ADVICE ON SAFE HANDLING                      Provide sufficient air exchange and/or exhaust in work rooms.
                                             Ensure adequate ventilation.
                                             Hold and open container with care
                                             Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                             Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE                                      Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                             sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.
                                             Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.

STORAGE HAZARD CLASS:                        Storage class 10, environmentally hazardous liquids.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                               Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be
                               worn, including eye protection, boots and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                               Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                               or smoke whilst handling the product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40.
                                                             Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Brown paste                    Oxidising properties          None

Odour                  Faint                          Vapour pressure               <0.1Pa (20°C)

pH                     10 (50% suspension in water) Relative density                0.6 (25°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes above 200°          Bulk density                  Not Relevant

Melting point          Not relevant                   Viscosity                     No data

Flash point            >200°C                         Water Solubility              Insoluble at 20°C

Autoignition temperature       No data                Miscibility in water          Immiscible at 20°C

Explosive properties           No data                Partition coefficient         No data

                                                      Other data
TRIMOL 54 RESIN                                      Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                    Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                          High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                           Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.
                                             Excess of hardener (uncontrolled polymerisation reaction).

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Acute toxicity. LD (rat, oral) >5000 mg/kg. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising
                  50
agent.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                             Prevent product from entering drains. Avoid subsoil penetration. Do
                                     not contaminate surface water.

BIO DEGRADABILITY                    Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                         There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                         Toxic to aquatic organisms.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                  Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                      in compliance with Environment Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                      Guidance Note IPR5/1) Waste Key Number 070208.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. Cleaned
                                      packaging may be land-filled.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                3082
ADR/RID                               Class 9
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Environmentally Hazardous Substance, Liquid, N.O.S. – Bisphenol A
                                      epoxy resin.
IATA/DGR                              See: Proper Shipping Name
PACKING GROUP                         III
PACKING INSTRUCTION
(Cargo Aircraft)                      914
ADR/RID LABEL                         9
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                   TRIMOL 54 RESIN

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Irritant (Xi)
                                     Dangerous to the Environment (N)

LABEL INFORMATION

R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R51/53: Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.
S61: Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions (Safety data sheets).

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
SECTION 3 :

     STRUCTURAL WATERPROOFING.

     CEMENTITOUS.

     -   T.T55 SLURRY
     -   FILLET SEAL
     -   T.T.M.E. ELASTIFIER
     -   QUICK SET
     -   TRITON SBR



     EPOXY.

     -   TRISEAL
     -   TRIMOL 41


     BITUMEN.

     -   BITUMEN EMULSION


     CONCRETE WATERPROOFING SYSTEMS
     -   TT SUPER
     -   TT SUPER ADMIX
     -   TT WATERSTOP
     -   TT SWELL MASTIC
     -   TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE
TRITON TT55                                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                           MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date        Revision date
                                  312              05/09/97               17/02/04


1.PRODUCT NAME:                   TRITON TT55 Tanking Slurry
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.        EC No.          Weight %       Symbols         Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement   65997-15-1                      53            Xi (Irritant)   See section 15

                           Also contains silica flour, silica sand and other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritating to the skin
                                  Risk of serious damage to eyes
                                  May cause sensitisation by skin contact


4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash off with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated
                                  clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice
                                  without delay.

INGESTION                         Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink.
                                  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. If nose or airways become inflamed, seek medical
                                  advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Until the mixture has set, may cause both irritant and allergic contact
                                  dermatitis.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No particular requirement
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                       TRITON TT55

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                            involved which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic
                                            rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls, particularly
                                            during mixing operations.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Contain the spillage and keep children away from the area.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Recover the spilt material in a dry state if possible.
                                            Minimise generation of airborne dust.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place.



8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       When handling or mixing the product, protective clothing should be worn, including
                       eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS             Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                                   10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Grey powder                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         None                                         Vapour pressure         Not relevant

pH            11, when wet.                                Relative density        Not relevant

Boiling point Not relevant                                 Bulk density            1300 kg/m³

Melting point Not relevant                                 Viscosity               Not relevant

Flash point   None                                         Solubility              Very slightly soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      Not combustible              Partition coefficient Not relevant

Explosive properties          None                         Other data
TRITON TT55                                           Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   Damp (degrades product).
MATERIALS TO AVOID                    No particular requirements.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Severe eye irritant. Irritating to skin – the powder or its mixture with water may cause irritant dermatitis or
burns, and traces of hexavalent chromium in the product may cause allergic dermatitis. Ingestion of small
amounts is unlikely to cause any significant reaction, but large doses may result in irritation to the gastro
intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              Not mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                         Relatively inert.

ACCUMULATION                          No potential for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           Addition of cement-based products to water may cause the pH to rise,
                                      and they may therefore be toxic to aquatic life in some circumstances.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations (normally
                                      landfill), or to any place authorised to accept builders waste.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Packaging should be treated as for the product, or may be incinerated.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Portland cement mixture
ADR/RID                               Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                  Not classified as hazardous
ICAO/IATA                             Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                 No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                 TRITON TT55

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION:
IRRITATING TO THE SKIN
RISK OF SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE EYES
MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT
DO NOT BREATHE DUST
AVOID CONTACT WITH THE SKIN

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON FILLET SEAL                                 Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                           MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date        Revision date
                                  313              30/09/2002             17/02/04


1.PRODUCT NAME:                   TRITON FILLET SEAL
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.        EC No.          Weight %       Symbols         Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement   65997-15-1                      25            Xi (Irritant)   See section 15

                           Also contains silica flour, silica sand and other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritating to the skin
                                  Risk of serious damage to eyes
                                  May cause sensitisation by skin contact



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash off with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated
                                  clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice
                                  without delay.

INGESTION                         Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink.
                                  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. If nose or airways become inflamed, seek medical
                                  advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Until the mixture has set, may cause both irritant and allergic contact
                                  dermatitis.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No particular requirement
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                         TRITON FILLET SEAL

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                            involved which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic
                                            rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls, particularly
                                            during mixing operations.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Contain the spillage and keep children away from the area.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Recover the spilt material in a dry state if possible.
                                            Minimise generation of airborne dust.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place.



8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       When handling or mixing the product, protective clothing should be worn, including
                       eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS             Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                                   10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Grey powder                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         None                                         Vapour pressure         Not relevant

pH            11, when wet.                                Relative density        Not relevant

Boiling point Not relevant                                 Bulk density            1300 kg/m³

Melting point Not relevant                                 Viscosity               Not relevant

Flash point   None                                         Solubility              Very slightly soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      Not combustible              Partition coefficient Not relevant

Explosive properties          None                         Other data
TRITON FILLET SEAL                                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   Damp (degrades product).
MATERIALS TO AVOID                    No particular requirements.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Severe eye irritant. Irritating to skin – the powder or its mixture with water may cause irritant dermatitis or
burns, and traces of hexavalent chromium in the product may cause allergic dermatitis. Ingestion of small
amounts is unlikely to cause any significant reaction, but large doses may result in irritation to the gastro
intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              Not mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                         Relatively inert.

ACCUMULATION                          No potential for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           Addition of cement-based products to water may cause the pH to rise,
                                      and they may therefore be toxic to aquatic life in some circumstances.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations (normally
                                      landfill), or to any place authorised to accept builders waste.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Packaging should be treated as for the product, or may be incinerated.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Portland cement mixture
ADR/RID                               Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                  Not classified as hazardous
ICAO/IATA                             Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                 No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                  TRITON FILLET SEAL

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION:
IRRITATING TO THE SKIN
RISK OF SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE EYES
MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT
DO NOT BREATHE DUST
AVOID CONTACT WITH THE SKIN

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TTME                                                 Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349
                            MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date        Revision date
 Not classified as                 313             05/09/97
 hazardous

1.PRODUCT NAME:             TTME (TRITON TANKING MIX ELASTIFIER)
2. COMPOSITION

An approximately 50% aqueous dispersion of n-butyl acrylate/styrene copolymer


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                   Not classified as hazardous for supply or transport



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash off with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated
                                   clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink. Seek
                                   medical advice.

INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No particular requirement


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                      Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                          involved which may include eye/face protection and PVC or
                                          synthetic rubber gloves.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                 Contain the spillage. Avoid large amounts entering water
                                          courses.                                           (cont’d)
Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC                                              TTME

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (cont’d.)

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Large spillages should be pumped into containers, soak up
                                             remainder with dry sand or earth. Small spillages may be
                                             washed down with water, if waste water is disposed of
                                             correctly.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Observe normal industrial hygiene standards.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place. Protect from
                                             frost.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       When handling or mixing the product, protective clothing should be worn, including
                       eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS             Refer to the current edition of HSE Guidance Note EH40
                       (Occupational exposure limits). The following may be present in the product:
                       n-butyl acrylate [141-32-2], stryrene [100-42-5], ethylbenzene [100-41-4], acrylamide
                       [79-06-1] and formaldehyde [50-00-0].

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    White liquid                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         Faint                                         Vapour pressure       23 mbar (water)

pH            8                                             Relative density      1.03 at 20°C

Boiling point About 100°C (water)                           Bulk density          Not relevant

Melting point About 0°C (water)                             Viscosity             200mPa at 23°C

Flash point   None                                          Solubility            Miscible with water

Autoignition temperature      Not combustible               Partition coefficient Not relevant

Explosive properties          None                          Other data


10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY
STABILITY                            Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                  Frost.
MATERIALS TO AVOID                   No particular requirements.
TTME                                                       Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not harmful to health if handled correctly according to the given recommendations.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Low mobility in the soil – binds to soil particles.

DEGRADABILITY                            Eliminated from water by abiotic processes, eg adsorption onto
                                         activated sludge

ACCUMULATION                             No potential for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                              Do not discharge to natural waters without pretreatment.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                      Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations (normally
                                         by incineration).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                    Packaging should be treated as for the product.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                   None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                     Aqueous copolymer suspension
ADR/RID                                  Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                     Not classified as hazardous
ICAO/IATA                                Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                    No hazard label

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Not classified as hazardous

LABEL INFORMATION:

WEAR GLOVES AND EYE PROTECTION. WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN AFTER USE.


Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
                                         required by health and safety legislation.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                          TTME

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON T.Q.S                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC

                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:        020 8312 0349
                           MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date               Revision date
                               314                  23/02/01                     17/02/04


1.PRODUCT NAME:                   TRITON QUICK SET (T.Q.S)
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient              CAS No.        Weight %       Symbols         Risk Phrases
Rapid Hardening Portland cement                   <50           Xi (Irritant)   See section 15
Calcium Aluminate Cement                          <30           Xi (Irritant)

                           Also contains silica sand and other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritating to the skin
                                  Risk of serious damage to eyes
                                  May cause sensitisation by skin contact


4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash off with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated
                                  clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice
                                  without delay.

INGESTION                         Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink.
                                  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. If nose or airways become inflamed, seek medical
                                  advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Until the mixture has set, may cause both irritant and allergic contact
                                  dermatitis.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No particular requirement
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                       TRITON T.Q.S

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                            involved which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic
                                            rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls, particularly
                                            during mixing operations.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Contain the spillage and keep children away from the area.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Recover the spilt material in a dry state if possible.
                                            Minimise generation of airborne dust.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place.



8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       When handling or mixing the product, protective clothing should be worn, including
                       eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS             Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                                   10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Grey powder                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         None                                         Vapour pressure         Not relevant

pH            11, when wet.                                Relative density        Not relevant

Boiling point Not relevant                                 Bulk density            1300 kg/m³

Melting point Not relevant                                 Viscosity               Not relevant

Flash point   None                                         Solubility              Very slightly soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      Not combustible              Partition coefficient Not relevant

Explosive properties          None                         Other data
TRITON T.Q.S                                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

REACTIVITY                             Sets rapidly when mixed with water, large amounts will also heat up
                                       after mixing
STABILITY                              Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                    Damp (degrades product).
MATERIALS TO AVOID                     No particular requirements.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Severe eye irritant. Irritating to skin – the powder or its mixture with water may cause irritant dermatitis or
burns, and traces of hexavalent chromium in the product may cause allergic dermatitis. Ingestion of small
amounts is unlikely to cause any significant reaction, but large doses may result in irritation to the gastro
intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              Not mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                         Relatively inert.

ACCUMULATION                          No potential for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           Addition of cement-based products to water may cause the pH to rise,
                                      and they may therefore be toxic to aquatic life in some circumstances.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations (normally
                                      landfill), or to any place authorised to accept builders waste.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Packaging should be treated as for the product, or may be incinerated.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Portland cement mixture
ADR/RID                               Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                  Not classified as hazardous
ICAO/IATA                             Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                 No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                                 TRITON T.Q.S

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION:
IRRITATING TO THE SKIN
RISK OF SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE EYES
MAY CAUSE SENSITISATION BY SKIN CONTACT
DO NOT BREATHE DUST
AVOID CONTACT WITH THE SKIN

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON SBR                                     Material Safety Data Sheet           According to93/112EC

                              Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co.Ltd.
                              129 Felixstowe Rd, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9SG
                              Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                              Fax:          020 8312 0349
   Not Classified             MSDS Ref: TR           Publication date               Revision date
   as Hazardous                                        02/07/2001

1.PRODUCT NAME:                              TRITON SBR

2. COMPOSITION                                       Styrene/butadiene polymer dispersion in water

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION                              This product is not hazardous according to EEC criteria.

4.FIRST AID MEASURES
Never give fluids or induce vomiting if patient is unconscious or is having convulsions.

SWALLOWING                                            No adverse effects anticipated by this route of exposure
                                                      incidental to proper industrial handling.

EYES                                                  Irrigate immediately with water for at least 5 minutes,

INHALATION                                            No adverse effects anticipated by this route of
                                                      exposure.

SKIN                                                  Wash off in flowing water or shower.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
This product is an aqueous dispersion, unless dried it will not burn.

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                                   Water fog, Carbon Dioxide, Foam, Dry Chemicals.

HAZARDOUS COMBUSTION PRODUCTS                         Upon burning, the dry product generates dense black
                                                      smoke.

PROTECTION OF FIREFIGHTERS                            Wear positive-pressure self-contained breathing
                                                      apparatus and protective fire fighting clothing,
                                                      (includes fire fighting helmet, coat, pants, boots and
                                                      gloves).

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                                  Wear adequate personal protective equipment. See
                                                      Section 8, Exposure Controls/Personal Protection.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                             Prevent contamination of surface and groundwater.

METHODS OF CLEANING UP                                Small spills may be flushed away with large quantities
                                                      of water. Large spills should be contained and
                                                      recovered if possible; if not possible divert spill to
                                                      pond and allow to dry.
Material Safety Data Sheet     According to 93/112EC                                    TRITON SBR

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                              Good general ventilation should be sufficient for most
                                                  conditions.

STORAGE INFORMATION                               This product must be protected from freezing and
                                                  exposure to temperatures exceeding 40 deg C. Store at
                                                  room temperature. Product may develop bacterial
                                                  odours upon long-term storage.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
EXPOSURE GUIDELINES                               None established.

ENGINEERING CONTROL                               Good general ventilation should be sufficient for most
                                                  conditions.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
RESPIRATORY PROTECTION                            For most conditions, no respiratory protection should be
                                                  needed however, in misty atmospheres, use an approved
                                                  mist respirator.

SKIN PROTECTION                                   No precautions other than clean body-covering clothing
                                                  should be needed. Use impervious gloves when
                                                  prolonged or frequently repeated contact could occur.

EYE/FACE PROTECTION                               Use safety glasses.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance                Emulsion                Freezing point/range      0 deg.C (water)
Colour                    Milky White             Boiling point/range       100 deg.C (water)
Odour                     Practically odourless   Water Solubility          miscible in all proportions
Solid content            45% (approx)             Flash point               not applicable
pH                       10.5                     Flammability              not applicable
Rel. density (water=1)   0.98-1.04                Auto-ignition temp        not applicable

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY
CHEMICAL STABILITY                                Stable under normal handling and storage conditions.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                               May coagulate if frozen (0 deg.C) The dry resin is
                                                  combustible.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                                Addition of chemicals, such as acids or multivalent
                                                  metal salts, may cause coagulation.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
INGESTION                Single dose oral toxicity is low. The oral LD50 for rats is >2000 mg/kg. No
                         hazards anticipated from swallowing small amounts incidental to normal
                         industrial handling.
                                                                                     (Cont’d)
TRITON SBR                                            Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION (cont’d)
SKIN CONTACT                The LD50 for skin absorption in rats is >2000 mg/kg. Short single exposure is not
                            likely to cause significant skin irritation. Prolonged or repeated exposure may
                            cause skin irritation. Skin absorption is unlikely due to physical properties.

INHALATION                  No adverse effects are anticipated from inhalation .

EYE CONTACT                 May cause slight transient (temporary) eye irritation. Corneal injury is unlikely.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
DEGRADATION                 Biodegradation reached in the Closed Bottle Test (OECD Test No. 301 D) after
                            28 days: <10 % Latex dispersions will colour waters to a milky white.

AQUATIC TOXICITY            Acute LC50 for rainbow trout (Onchorynchus mykiss) is >100 mg/L.
                            Acute EC50 for water flea (Daphnia magna) is 10-100 mg/L.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
Dispose of according to local and national regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Product is not classified for any mode of transportation.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION
EEC Classification and User Label Information
This product does not require classification according to the criteria of the Commission of the European
Communities.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
No other information

         NOTICE TO CUSTOMER:-

ENSURE ALL POTENTIAL USERS OF THIS PRODUCT ARE AWARE OF THIS SDS PRIOR TO USING
THE PRODUCT.
KEEP SDS IN A SAFE PLACE READILY LOCATABLE IN CASE OF FUTURE REQUIREMENT.
READ THIS SDS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LABEL AND DIRECTIONS FOR USE ON THE
PRODUCT CONTAINER.
DESTROY ALL OBSOLETE COPIES RELATING TO THIS PRODUCT
THIS SDS RELATES ONLY TO THE PRODUCT SPECIFIED.
COPIES OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

THIS SAFETY DATA SHEET IS BASED ON THE BEST OF CURRENT INFORMATION AND ADVICE
AVAILABLE TO US AND IS BELIEVED TO BE TRUE AND ACCURATE. NO LIABILITY CAN BE
ACCEPTED FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY AS CONDITIONS OF USE ARE OUTSIDE OUR
CONTROL. THIS IS NOT A TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION.
Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term
exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper explosive limit.
TRISEAL - RESIN (Part 1)                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC
                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349

                          MSDS Ref:                     Publication date               Revision date
                                                          26/02/2002

1.PRODUCT NAME:                TRISEAL - RESIN (Part 1)

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS No.    EC No.           Weight % Symbols             Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A and F epoxy    25068-38-6                   <60%     Xi (Irritant)       R36/38,43
Resins                     54208-63-8               {
Alkylglycidylether         68081-84-5 2683582           <15%        Xi (Irritant)     R36/38,R43,R51/53

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                 Irritant
                                 Irritating to skin and eyes.
                                 May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
                                 Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long term adverse effects in the
                                 aquatic environment.

4. FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                        Seek medical advice in the event of discomfort.

INHALATION                       Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION                May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO . Never use water jet.
                                                                                      ²

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                    Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                        involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                        synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS               Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                        If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.
                                                                                             (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                   TRISEAL – RESIN (Part 1)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                              a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.
                                              Avoid open flames and sources of ignition.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                       Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be worn,
                       including eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS                None prescribed in EH40
                                                      Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Red liquid                             Oxidising properties None

Odour                  Faint                                  Vapour pressure         No data

pH                     N/A                                    Relative density        1.13 (25ºC)

Boiling point          >200°c                                 Bulk density            Not relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                           Viscosity               No data

Flash point            >150C                                  Solubility              Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature            No data                   Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties             No data                      Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                              Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                    High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                     Strong oxidising agents, strong acids and bases.
TRISEAL - RESIN (Part 1)                                     Material Safety Data Sheet     According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No available data on acute toxicity. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising agent.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Low soil absorption

DEGRADABILITY                            Not easily biodegradable.

ACCUMULATION                             There is potential for bioaccumlation. Biomagnification is unlikely.

ECOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                      Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                         in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                         landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                    Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                   3082
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                     Liquid epoxy resin
ADR/RID                                  Class 9 No/letter:11-C
IMCO
                                         MFAG Table No.
                                         EmS No.
IATA/IACO                                Class 9 Environmentally hazardous substance, liquid, n.o.s.
PACKING GROUP                            III
LABEL                                    No hazard label

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION
R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S61: Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/Safety data sheets.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act
and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
Required by health and safety legislation.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                  TRISEAL - RESIN (Part 1)

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRISEAL–HARDENER (Part 2)                                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC

                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                           MSDS Ref:                     Publication date               Revision date
                            TR                             26/02/2002

1.PRODUCT NAME:                   TRISEAL – HARDENER (Part 2)

2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                       CAS No.       Weight %       Symbols          Risk Phrases
Tris-2,4,6(Dimethyl amino methyl) phenol   90-72-2       <5.0%            Xn             R22-36/38
Bis(Dimethyl amino methyl) phenol          71074-89-0    <1.0%            Xn             R22-36/38
Alkylated polyamine adduct                               <90%           C (Corrosive)    R21/22,34, 42/43

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Corrosive – Causes burns.
                                  Harmful if swallowed.
                                  May cause sensitisation by skin contact.



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, obtain
                                  medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                         Give plenty of water – if possible, charcoal slurry. Do not induce
                                  vomiting.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA               Dry powder, fog or foam. For small fires use CO² . DO NOT
                                           use high pressure water jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT               Full protective equipment. Toxic and irritant fumes may be
                                           produced.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS              Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount involved,
                                  which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic rubber
                                  gloves, protective footwear, overalls. Avoid contact with eyes and
                                  skin.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                               TRISEAL - HARDENER (Part 2)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                          Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                                   If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                     Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into a
                                        suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                               Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas. Keep away from
                                                   sources of ignition – no smoking. Avoid contact with eyes and
                                                   skin. Avoid inhaling vapour, ensure good ventilation.

STORAGE INFORMATION                                Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                                   sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated. Keep away from food
                                                   and feeding stuffs.



8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                        Wear protective clothing, including eye protection and PVC or synthetic/rubber gloves.
                        Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                        whilst handling the product.




                        EXPOSURE LIMITS                   None prescribed in EH40


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance              Brown Liquid                              Oxidising properties None

Odour                   Amine-like                                Vapour pressure        < 8 hpa @ 25°c

pH                      >7 (in water)                             Relative density       1.01 (25ºC)

Boiling point           Decomposes                                Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point           Not Relevant                              Viscosity              No data

Flash point             >100°C (CC)                               Solubility             Partially miscible with water

Autoignition temperature            No data                       Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties                No data                       Other data     Avoid contact with strong
                                                                                  acids and oxidizers.
TRISEAL – HARDENER(PART 2)                                         Material Safety Data SheetAccording to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                      High Temperatures, formation of aerosols, static discharges.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                       Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
LD50 (rat, oral): > 5000mg/kg (by calculation). Eye irritation (rabbit): corrosive. Skin irritation (rabbit): corrosive.

Dermal sensitisation (guinea pig): sensitiser

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Likely to be mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                            Readily biodegradable.

ACCUMULATION                             There is little potential for bioaccumlation. Biomagnification is
                                         unlikely.

ECOTOXICITY                              Harmful to aquatic organisms:

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                      Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                         in compliance with the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                         Guidance Note IPR5/1)

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                    As for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                   2735
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
ADR/RID                                  Class 8. Item 53(b)
IMCO                                     Class 8. IMDG Code page
                                         MFAG Table No. 320
                                         EmS No. 8-05
IATA/IACO                                Class 8
PACKING GROUP                            3
LABEL                                    Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                               TRISEAL – HARDENER (Part 2)

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                                         Corrosive

LABEL INFORMATION
R34: Causes burns.
R21/22: Harmful in contact with skin and if swallowed.
R42/43: May cause sensitisation by inhalation and skin contact.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water and mild soap.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act
and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41)                 Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349


                             MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date               Revision date
                                  300                4/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                         TRIMOL RESINS 15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient         CAS Nos.                      Weight, %     Symbols         Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A and F epoxy      25068-38-6, 68609-97-2,        100          Xi (Irritant)   R36/38,43,51/53
Resins, diglycidyl ethers    28064-14-4

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                   Irritant
                                   Irritating to skin and eyes



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                           Seek medical advice in the event of discomfort.

INHALATION                         Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION                  May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO² . Never use water
                                          jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                      Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                          involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                          synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.


                                                                                                 (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC         TRIMOL RESINS (15,34,35,36,40,41)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                              into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                              13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                               Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be
                               worn, including eye protection, boots and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                               Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                               or smoke whilst handling the product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40.
                                                             Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Clear, golden liquid            Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  Faint                           Vapour pressure              1Pa (20°C)

pH                     7 (50% suspension in water)     Relative density             1.2-1.13 (15°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes                      Bulk density                 Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                    Viscosity                    No data

Flash point            >150°C                          Solubility                   Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature       No data                 Partition coefficient        No data

Explosive properties           No data                 Other data
TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40,41)                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                     Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                           High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                            Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.
                                              Excess of hardener (uncontrolled polymerisation reaction).


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not available data on acute toxicity. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising agent.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                               Low soil absorption.
DEGRADABILITY                          Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                           There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                            Toxic to aquatic organisms:
                                       (TLm96: fish 1.2mg/litre, Daphnia 2.7 mg/litre, algae 9.4mg/litre)

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                       in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                       landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                 None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                   Liquid epoxy resin
ADR/RID                                Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                   Not classified as hazardous
                                       MFAG Table No.
                                       EmS No.
IATA/IACO                              Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                  No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC          TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41)

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

S24: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S26: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 41 FILLER                                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC

                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                           MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date                  Revision date
                                315                 05/09/97


1.PRODUCT NAME:                   TRIMOL 41 FILLER
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.        EC No.         Weight %          Symbols         Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement   65997-15-1                     71               Xi (Irritant)   See section 15

                           Also contains silica sand and other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritant
                                  Irritating to skin and eyes



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash off with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated
                                  clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice
                                  without delay.

INGESTION                         Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink.
                                  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. If nose or airways become inflamed, seek medical
                                  advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Until the mixture has set, may cause both irritant and allergic contact
                                  dermatitis.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No particular requirement
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                                 TRIMOL 41 FILLER

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                            involved which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic
                                            rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls, particularly
                                            during mixing operations.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Contain the spillage and keep children away from the area.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Recover the spilt material in a dry state if possible.
                                            Minimise generation of airborne dust.



7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place.




8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       When handling or mixing the product, protective clothing should be worn, including
                       eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS             Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                                   10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Grey powder                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         None                                         Vapour pressure         Not relevant

pH            11, when wet.                                Relative density        Not relevant

Boiling point Not relevant                                 Bulk density            1300 kg/m³

Melting point Not relevant                                 Viscosity               Not relevant

Flash point   None                                         Solubility              Very slightly soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      Not combustible              Partition coefficient Not relevant

Explosive properties          None                         Other data
TRIMOL 41 FILLER                                      Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   Damp (degrades product).
MATERIALS TO AVOID                    No particular requirements.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Severe eye irritant. Irritating to skin – the powder or its mixture with water may cause irritant dermatitis or
burns, and traces of hexavalent chromium in the product may cause allergic dermatitis. Ingestion of small
amounts is unlikely to cause any significant reaction, but large doses may result in irritation to the gastro
intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              Not mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                         Relatively inert.

ACCUMULATION                          No potential for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           Addition of cement-based products to water may cause the pH to rise,
                                      and they may therefore be toxic to aquatic life in some circumstances.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations (normally
                                      landfill), or to any place authorised to accept builders waste.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Packaging should be treated as for the product, or may be incinerated.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Portland cement mixture
ADR/RID                               Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                  Not classified as hazardous
ICAO/IATA                             Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                 No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                         TRIMOL 41 FILLER

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION:
CONTACT WITH WET MORTAR MAY CAUSE IRRITATION, DERMATITIS OR BURNS.
CONTACT BETWEEN THE POWDER AND BODY FLUIDS (eg Sweat or Eye Fluid) MAY ALSO CAUSE
IRRITATION, DERMATITIS OR BURNS.
RISK OF SERIOUS DAMAGE TO EYES.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 41 HARDENER                              Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC


                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349

              Irritant
                            MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date              Revision date
                               304                 11/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                       TRIMOL 41 HARDENER
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient       CAS Nos.     EC No.          Weight, %     Symbols         Risk Phrases
Amine-epoxy resin adduct   polymer                        20          Xi (Irritant)   R22, 36/38

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                 Harmful
                                 Harmful if swallowed
                                 Irritating to skin and eyes
   Irritant

4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                Wash with plenty of soap and water. Seek medical advice if irritation
                                 develops.

CONTACT WITH EYES                Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                        Give plenty of water to drink. Do not induce vomiting. Seek medical
                                 advice.

INHALATION                       Remove to fresh air. Keep warm and at rest. Seek medical advice after
                                 significant exposure.

OTHER INFORMATION                Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO² .

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.
                                        Toxic and irritant fumes of oxides of nitrogen may be
                                        produced.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                    Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                        involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                        synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.
                                                                                              (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC                         TRIMOL 41 HARDENER

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                              into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                              13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                               Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be
                               worn, including eye protection, boots and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                               Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                               or smoke whilst handling the product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40.
                                                             Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Viscous liquid                  Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  Slight, ammonia-like            Vapour pressure              2000Pa (20°C)

pH                     9 (50% suspension in water)     Relative density             1.04 (15°C)

Boiling point          100°C                           Bulk density                 Not Relevant

Melting point          Solid below 0°C                 Viscosity                    Thixotropic

Flash point            No data                         Solubility                   Partially soluble in water

Autoignition temperature       No data                 Partition coefficient        No data

Explosive properties           No data                 Other data
TRIMOL 41 HARDENER                                   Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                    Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                          Protect from frost.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                           Strong oxidising agents, acids.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not available data on acute toxicity. Expected value from structurally related products:
LD50 (acute, oral) 1000-4000 mg/kg.

Irritating to eyes.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                             Mobile – avoid subsoil penetration.
DEGRADABILITY                        Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                         No evidence for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                         No data

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                 Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                     in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                     landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:               Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                               None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
ADR/RID                              Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                 Not classified as hazardous
                                     MFAG Table No.
                                     EmS No.
IATA/IACO                            Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                            TRIMOL 41 HARDENER

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R36/38: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
FILLED BITUMEN EMULSION                                  Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC
                             Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                             129 Felixstowe Road, Abbey Wood, London SE2 9SG
                             Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                             Fax:          020 8312 0349
                             MSDS Ref: TR           Publication date         Revision date
                                                       Jan 2005

1. PRODUCT NAME:                       FILLED BITUMEN EMULSION
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                           CAS No.        Weight %            Symbols         Risk Phrases

Bitumen                                        84742-83-4       50-60            None          None
Caustic Potash                                 1310-58-3         <1                C           R35
Potassium Carbonate                            584-08-7          <1                Xi          R35/37/38

Description                                    Triton Filled Bitumen Emulsion is a rubberised anionic bitumen
                                               emulsion, which dries to provide a thick, black, flexible coating.

Other information                              The material should be stored at temperatures between 5°C - 40°C.

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
MAIN HAZARDS                                   The product is a viscous black, non-flammable liquid.
                                               The dried film is combustible and on combustion yields oxides of
                                               carbon in common with other carbonaceous materials.
 Causes irritation to eyes and skin.

4.FIRST AID
GENERAL ADVICE                                 The use of protective clothing and gloves is recommended as the
                                               basis of good industrial hygiene practice.

CONTACT WITH SKIN                              Wash immediately with soap and water. If material has dried on
                                               skin, use proprietary skin cleansers, followed by soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                              Wash copiously with clean water. Seek medical advice/attention.

INGESTION                                      Do not induce vomiting. See medical advice immediately.

INHALATION                                     In the event of inhalation remove patient to fresh air.
                                               Keep patient at rest and seek immediate medical advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                              Where aspiration into lungs is suspected due to involuntary
                                               vomiting. Seek immediate medical advice.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
                                               The product is non-flammable as supplied

 For the dried film the products of combustion are those normal for carbonaceous materials.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT     Use self-contained breathing apparatus and full protective
                         clothing, especially in confined locations.

                                       All hydrocarbons produce carbon oxides on combustion.
Material Safety Data Sheet   According to 93/112EC                   FILLED BITUMEN EMULSION

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear protective clothing, gloves and goggles if any possibility
                                            of eye contact. Practice good industrial hygiene.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Prevent entry into drains and watercourses.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Contain and recover any spillage, using inert absorbent
                                            materials. Dispose of resulting waste material according to
                                            local authority waste disposal regulations.

ADDITIONAL ADVICE                           Advise appropriate authorities if spillages enter drains or
                                            watercourses.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Always ensure good ventilation when in use. Avoid skin contact, and
                                            if eye contact is likely use eye protection.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Store at temperatures between 5°C - 40°C. Always protect from frost
                                            to prevent breakdown of emulsion. Examine condition of containers
                                            regularly.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
ENGINEERING CONTROL MEASURES                None normally necessary

GENERAL PROTECTION AND
HYGIENE MEASURES                            Use of protective clothing recommended.

RESPIRATORY PROTECTION                      None normally required.

HAND PROTECTION                             Use P.V.C. gloves

EYE PROTECTION                              Use suitable eye protection only if eye contact is likely.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance          Viscous liquid                     Colour                 Brown/black, dried film is black
Odour               Slight ammoniacal                  pH                     10.0 – 11.5

Boiling point       Not Relevant                       Flash point            Above 200°C
Solubility          Insoluble. Disperses in water.     Flammability           Non-flammable: dried film is
                                                                              Combustible.

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                         Frost. Conditions at or near 100°C.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                          Unstable in contact with cationic material.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS            None
FILLED BITUMEN EMULSION                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
                                             The material is essentially non-toxic.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
PERSISTENCE AND DEGRADATION                  No Information available.

MOBILITY AND BIO-ACCUMULATION
POTENTIAL                                    No information available

OTHER INFORMATION                            Spillage into water courses may be harmful to aquatic organisms.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS ON PRODUCT
DISPOSAL                                      Dispose of any waste material in accordance with local waste
                                              disposal regulations.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
                                             The material is classified as non-hazardous.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION
                                             Not classified as hazardous for supply.

                                             No statutory label required.
16.OTHER INFORMATION
ADVICE TO USERS                              Irritating to eyes and skin. Avoid contact if possible.

                                             Keep out of reach of children.

                                             Do not empty into drains.

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON TT SUPER/SUPER WHITE                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC
                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                             MSDS Ref:             Publication date               Revision date
                                                    22/06/2007


1.PRODUCT NAME:                     TRITON TT SUPER/SUPER WHITE
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient         CAS No.        EC No.        Weight %        Symbols         Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement     65997-15-1                                   Xi (Irritant)   36/37/38

                                           Also contains graded silica sands or crushed limestone
                                           aggregates together with small quantities of other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                           Mixing with water or contact of powder with body fluids
                                           produces a strong alkaline solution. This may cause serious
                                           burns and ulceration both to skin and eyes.


4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                          Wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If
                                           irritation continues seek medical advice. Clothing contaminated
                                           with wet product should be removed and washed thoroughly
                                           before re-use.

CONTACT WITH EYES                          Wash eyes immediately with plenty of clean water for at least
                                           15 minutes and seek medical advice without delay.

INGESTION                                   If swallowing has occurred, do not induce vomiting. Give
                                           person plenty of water to drink. Seek medial attention.

INHALATION                                 Move affected person to fresh air. If nose or airways become
                                           inflamed seek medical attention.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Cement based products are not flammable and will not facilitate combustion of other materials.

EXPOSURE HAZARDS                           Do not release water contaminated with cement-based products
                                           into surface drains.
Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/11          TRITON TT SUPER/SUPER WHITE

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                         Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Avoid breathing dust.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Prevent contamination of surface water.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Recover spillage in dry state if possible. Minimise generation
                                             of airborne dust. The product can be slurried with water. Keep
                                             children away from clean-up operations. Dispose to a place
                                             authorised to accept builders’ water. Small quantities can be
                                             disposed of as normal household waste.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         When handling bags of cement-based products most of which
                                             weigh 25kg, due regard should be paid to Manual Handling
                                             Regulations 1992. Some bags may have a small amount of
                                             cement dust on their outer surface. Appropriate personal
                                             protection should be used whilst handling.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Bags should be stacked in a safe and stable manner. Store in
                                             dry conditions.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
TECHNICAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES No special measures required.
EXPOSURE LIMITS                              Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                             10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust
All Triton cement based products contain powders which if handled carelessly can raise dust.
The personal exposure to such dusts (cement, silica sand, crushed limestone etc.) must be kept below
10mg/m³ 8 hour TWA total inhalable dust and 5mg/m³respirable dust. Some of the cement based products
contain microsilica form of silica. The personal exposure level to amorphous silica must be kept below
6mg/m³ 8 hour TWA total inhalable dust and 3mg/m³ respirable dust.
Some sands and other fillers may contain small quantities of respirable silica for which the personal
exposure must be kept below 0.4mg/m³ 8 hour TWA.
If care is taken not to raise dust and the exposure levels for nuisance dusts are not exceeded, the levels for
respirable silica should be very low.
Applying Occupational Exposure Standards EH40/95 Sections 40 and 4.1. Also see Dust: General Principles
of Protection HSE Guidance Note EH44 Rev 1991.
   •   Occupational Exposure Standards Limits – 8 hour TWA, reference period from Guidance Note
       EH40/95, Table 2.
AMORPHOUSE SILICA:                           Total inhalable dust: 6mg/m³
                                             Respirable dust:      3mg/m³
PORTLAND CEMENT:                             Total inhalable dust: 10mg/m³
                                             Respirable dust:      5mg/m³
TRITON TT SUPER/SUPER WHITE         Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION (Cont’d)

                          Suitable respiratory protection should be worn to ensure that
                          personal OES is not exceeded. If care is taken not to raise dust
                          during handling, the use of respirators is not normally necessary.

                          Wear suitable gloves.

                          Suitable goggles or face protection should be worn wherever
                          there is a risk of product powder or product/water mixture
                          entering the eye.

                          Wear overalls and closed footwear.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

PHYSICAL STATE            Particulate

PARTICLE SIZE             5 – 6000 pm

pH                        of wet cement 12 - 14

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
                          Stable under normal room temperature storage conditions
                          Bags will set solid if continually soaked with water.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

EYE CONTACT               Cement constituent is severe eye irritant. Mild exposures can
                          cause soreness. Gross exposures or untreated mild exposures can
                          lead to chemical burning and ulceration of the eye.

SKIN CONTACT              The powder or product/water mixture may cause irritation,
                          contact dermatitis or allergic dermatitis and/or burns.

INHALATION                Inhalation of the powder may cause inflammation of mucous
                          membranes.

INGESTION                 The swallowing of small amounts of product or product/water
                          mixtures is unlikely to cause any significant reaction. Larger
                          doses may result in irritation to the gastro intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

AQUATIC TOXICITY RATING   LC50 aquatic toxicity rating has not been determined. The
                          addition of any cement based product to water may, however,
                          cause the pH to rise and therefore may be toxic to aquatic life in
                          some circumstances. No other specific information available.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                  TRITON TT SUPER/SUPER WHITE

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Dispose of empty bags or surplus product to a place authorised to accept builders’ waste. Keep out of reach
of children. Small numbers of bags can be disposed of as normal household wastes.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Classification for transport not required.

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

SYMBOLS:        Xi Irritant

RISK PHRASES
R36/37/38: Irritating to eyes, respiratory systems and skin.

SAFETY PHRASES
S22       Do not breathe dust.
S28       After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water.
S26       In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention.
S24/25    Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
S37/39    Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection. Keep out of reach of children.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON TT SUPER ADMIX                                Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC
                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co.Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                             MSDS Ref:             Publication date               Revision date
                                                    01/02/2003                     22/06/2007


1.PRODUCT NAME:                     TRITON TT SUPER ADMIX
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient         CAS No.        EC No.         Weight %       Symbols         Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement     65997-15-1                                   Xi (Irritant)   36/37/38

                                            Also contains graded silica sands or crushed limestone
                                            aggregates together with small quantities of other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                           Mixing with water or contact of powder with body fluids
                                           produces a strong alkaline solution. This may cause serious
                                           burns and ulceration both to skin and eyes.


4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                          Wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If
                                           irritation continues seek medical advice. Clothing contaminated
                                           with wet product should be removed and washed thoroughly
                                           before re-use.

CONTACT WITH EYES                          Wash eyes immediately with plenty of clean water for at least
                                           15 minutes and seek medical advice without delay.

INGESTION                                  If swallowing has occurred, do not induce vomiting. Give
                                           person plenty of water to drink. Seek medial attention.

INHALATION                                 Move affected person to fresh air. If nose or airways become
                                           inflamed seek medical attention.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Cement based products are not flammable and will not facilitate combustion of other materials.

EXPOSURE HAZARDS                           Do not release water contaminated with cement-based products
                                           into surface drains.
Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/11                   TRITON TT SUPER ADMIX

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                         Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Avoid breathing dust.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Prevent contamination of surface water.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Recover spillage in dry state if possible. Minimise generation
                                             of airborne dust. The product can be slurred with water. Keep
                                             children away from clean-up operations. Dispose to a place
                                             authorised to accept builders’ water. Small quantities can be
                                             disposed of as normal household waste.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         When handling bags of cement-based products most of which
                                             weigh 25kg, due regard should be paid to Manual Handling
                                             Regulations 1992. Some bags may have a small amount of
                                             cement dust on their outer surface. Appropriate personal
                                             protection should be used whilst handling.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Bags should be stacked in a safe and stable manner. Store in
                                             dry conditions.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
TECHNICAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES No special measures required.
EXPOSURE LIMITS                              Occupational Exposure Standard (OES) Limits 8 hour TWA
                                             (According to EH40/95).
All Triton cement based products contain powders, which if handled carelessly can raise dust.
The personal exposure to such dusts (cement, silica sand, crushed limestone etc.) must be kept below
10mg/m³ 8 hour TWA total inhalable dust and 5mg/m³respirable dust. Some of the cement based products
contain microsilica form of silica. The personal exposure level to amorphous silica must be kept below
6mg/m³ 8 hour TWA total inhalable dust and 3mg/m³ respirable dust.
Some sands and other fillers may contain small quantities of respirable silica for which the personal
exposure must be kept below 0.4mg/m³ 8 hour TWA.
If care is taken not to raise dust and the exposure levels for nuisance dusts are not exceeded, the levels for
respirable silica should be very low.
Applying Occupational Exposure Standards EH40/95 Sections 40 and 4.1. Also see Dust: General Principles
of Protection HSE Guidance Note EH44 Rev 1991.
   •   Occupational Exposure Standards Limits – 8 hour TWA, reference period from Guidance Note
       EH40/95, Table 2.
AMORPHOUS SILICA:                            Total inhalable dust: 6mg/m³
                                             Respirable dust:      3mg/m³

PORTLAND CEMENT:                             Total inhalable dust: 10mg/m³
                                             Respirable dust:      5mg/m³
TRITON TT SUPER ADMIX               Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION (Cont’d)

                          Suitable respiratory protection should be worn to ensure that
                          personal OES is not exceeded. If care is taken not to raise dust
                          during handling, the use of respirators is not normally necessary.

                          Wear suitable gloves.

                          Suitable goggles or face protection should be worn wherever
                          there is a risk of product powder or product/water mixture
                          entering the eye.

                          Wear overalls and closed footwear.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

PHYSICAL STATE            Particulate

PARTICLE SIZE             5 – 6000 pm

pH                        of wet cement 12 - 14

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
                          Stable under normal room temperature storage conditions
                          Bags will set solid if continually soaked with water.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

EYE CONTACT               Cement constituent is severe eye irritant. Mild exposures can
                          cause soreness. Gross exposures or untreated mild exposures can
                          lead to chemical burning and ulceration of the eye.

SKIN CONTACT              The powder or product/water mixture may cause irritation,
                          contact dermatitis or allergic dermatitis and/or burns.

INHALATION                Inhalation of the powder may cause inflammation of mucous
                          membranes.

INGESTION                 The swallowing of small amounts of product or product/water
                          mixtures is unlikely to cause any significant reaction. Larger
                          doses may result in irritation to the gastro intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

AQUATIC TOXICITY RATING   LC50 aquatic toxicity rating has not been determined. The
                          addition of any cement based product to water may, however,
                          cause the pH to rise and therefore may be toxic to aquatic life in
                          some circumstances. No other specific information available.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                            TRITON TT SUPER ADMIX

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Dispose of empty bags or surplus product to a place authorised to accept builders’ waste. Keep out of reach
of children. Small numbers of bags can be disposed of as normal household wastes.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Classification for transport not required.

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

SYMBOLS:        Xi Irritant

RISK PHRASES
R36/37/38: Irritating to eyes, respiratory systems and skin.

SAFETY PHRASES
S22       Do not breathe dust.
S28       After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water.
S26       In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention.
S24/25    Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
S37/39    Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection. Keep out of reach of children.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON TT WATERSTOP                              Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC
                       Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                       129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                       Telephone:     020 8310 3929
                       Fax:           020 8312 0349

                        MSDS Ref:             Publication date                 Revision date
                                                07/2007

1.PRODUCT NAME:                TRITON TT WATERSTOP
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient           CAS No.        EC No.     Weight %        Symbols       Risk Phrases
Bentonite                      1302-78-9                    65%
Isobutylene Isprene            9010-85-9                    20%
Polybutylene                   9003-28-5                    15%


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                                      Do not ingest.

                                      No dangers known.


4.FIRST AID
                                       In all cases of doubt or when symptoms persist, always seek
                                       medical attention.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                    Water, foam, CO2, dry powder to extinguish.

UNSUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA         No limitation known.

EXPOSURE RISKS                         Keep away from fire. Do not inhale the liberated gas.

PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT                   Suitable oxygen breathing equipment.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS              No precaution required.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
STORAGE                                Storage temperature limits are 5° C to 45° C.

HANDLING                               No protective equipment required.

FIREPROOF MEASURES                     No particular precaution required (See exposure risks)

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                                       No special protective equipment required.
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/11                            TRITON TT WATERSTOP
9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance                   Solid Strips                       Colour                          Black

Odour                        Not applicable                     Explosion Danger                Not applicable

Boiling point                Not applicable                     Steam pressure                  Not applicable

Density                      1.45                               Ignition Temperature            >250°C

Solubility in water          Not applicable                     Solubility in Solvent           Insoluble

Viscosity                    Not applicable


10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
SITUATIONS TO AVOID                         No dangerous situation known

MATERIALS TO AVOID                          No dangerous situation known.

DANGEROUS DECOMPOSITION                     No dangerous situation known
PRODUCTS

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ACUTE TOXICITY                              No animal testing has been made. On the basis of the single
                                            components values, the following value of LD50 > 200,000mg/kg is
                                            presumed.

PRIMARY IRRITANT EFFECT                     A prolonged contact might cause light irritations

SENSIBILITY EFFECTS                         No sensibility effects known

CHRONIC TOXICITY                            No data available

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
DEGRADABILITY                               The product is hardly degradable

WATER TOXICITY                              Not tested

ECOLOGICAL TOXICITY                         Not tested

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
PRODUCT                                     Return goods to the manufacturer in the original packaging or
                                            deliver (following the area regulations) to an authorised waste
                                            material collector.

WASTE MATERIAL CODE                         Solid product, Hydrophilic Rubber products.

PACKAGING                                   Discharge following the area regulations.
TRITON TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
ROAD TRANSPORT GGVE/GGVS                            Not a dangerous goods in terms of national and international
                                                    transport regulations.

MARITIME TRANSPORT IMDG                             Not a dangerous goods in terms of national and international
                                                    transport regulations.

AIR TRANSPORT ICAO/IATA                             Not a dangerous goods in terms of national and international
                                                    transport regulations.


15. REGULATION INFORMATION
READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product at
work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication, but we cannot
accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical data sheet for the
product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term exposure limit.
TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper explosive limit.
TRITON TT SWELL MASTIC                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC
                     Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                     129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                     Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                     Fax:          020 8312 0349
                       MSDS Ref:              Publication date                  Revision date
                                               22/06/2007

1.PRODUCT NAME:                TRITON TT SWELL MASTIC
2. COMPOSITION
CONTENTS                           Polyisocyanate (Prepolymers) of Diphenylmethanediisocyanate &
                                   Methylphenylenediisocyanate, fillers and auxiliaries.

CAS No.                            Does not apply (polymer, without Monomer)

EG No.                             Does not apply (polymer, without Monomer)

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                                   Harmful to swallow.
                                   Irritating to eyes, respiratory organs and skin.




4.FIRST AID
GENERAL DIRECTIONS                 Immediately change product-stained clothes.

CONTACT WITH SKIN                  Remove mechanically, wash immediately with soap and water and rinse
                                   will.

CONTACT WITH EYES                  Wash with eye-lid open, rinse with running water. Seek medical
                                   attention.

INGESTION                          Drink plenty of water. Go in the fresh air. Seek medial attention. By no
                                   means induce vomiting.

INHALATION                         Seek medical attention.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
SUITABLE EXTINGUISHER MEDIA:       Carbon dioxide, powder or water jet. In a larger fire, use water spray or
                                   foam.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT       Use breathing apparatus with independent air supply essential.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL ENVIRONMENT               Do not allow in drainage or groundwater.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROCEDURE
FOR CLEANING AND REMOVAL           Remove with liquid-absorbing materials (Kieselguhr, sawdust, oil
                                   binder). Place in disposal bins. Do not close – Carbon Dioxide
                                   development – Danger of bursting. Leave in a safe place for a number
                                   of days. The product reacts with water and sets.
Material Safety Data Sheet          According to 93/11                       TRITON TT SWELL MASTIC
7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Keep containers dry and closed tightly. Avoid heating over 60°C and
                                               cooling under 10°C. Ensure adequate ventilation or extraction of the
                                               work place. protect from heat. In the event of fire, cool the containers
                                               with water.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Store in a cool place. Maximum storage temperature 60°C. Do not store
                                               with oxidising materials.

FURTHER INFORMATION                            Do not store more than 6 months.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
COMPONENTS WITH WORKPLACE EXPOSURE LIMITS:

                    CAS No.
                    Description of material:   Diisocyanate polymers on MDI and TDI basis.
                    %:                         Approx. 22
                    Form:                      Does not apply
                    Value:                     Does not apply
                    Standard:                  Does not apply
                    Additional Information:    Basically the slits shown.

PERSONAL PROTECTION                            In accordance with the specification of the Association for joint
                                               working.

                                               Keep away from food, drinks and animal feeds. Immediately change
                                               clothes soiled by the product. Wash hands before meals and at the end
                                               of work.
                                               Protective clothing should be worn, including eye protection and PVC
                                               or synthetic rubber gloves.


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance:              Non-flowing paste                        Colour:          Red, brown, blue or black

Odour:                   Typically faint                          Density:                 approx 1.3g/ml at 20°C

Vapour Pressure:         0.001 hPa at 20°C                        Water Solubility:        Totally Miscible
                                                                                           (Product emulsifies)

Flash Point:             180°C                                    Ignition Temperature:    250° C

Explosion Limits:       No danger of explosion

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
STABILITY                                  Does to apply.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                        No decomposition by correct handling and storage.

DANGEROUS REACTIONS                        Not Known.

DANGEROUS DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS                                   Upon burning Carbon Monoxide, Nitric Oxide, Isocyanate vapour and traces
                                           of Hydrogen Cyanide.
TRITON TT SWELL MASTIC                                   Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
ACUTE TOXICITY                         None by correct use. Over-exposure, especially inhalation of aerosol
                                       vapours. Danger dependant on concentration. Irritation of the respiratory
                                       organs in over-sensitive people – breathing difficulties, coughing, asthma.

PRIMARY IRRITATION EFFECT
OF THE SKIN:                           Can irritate the skin and mucous membrane.

PRIMARY IRRITATION EFFECT
OF THE EYES:                           Irritation

SENSITIVITY                            Possible with sensitive people on contact with skin.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
WATER HARMFULNESS:                     Class 1 – slightly harmful to water (own classification, WKG, Germany)

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:                  Do not discharge into ground water, drainage or rivers.


13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                    Product reacts with water and sets to a physiologically harmless Polyurea
                                       solid. The product can therefore be rendered inert by mixing with water and
                                       can be disposed of in sold form like domestic refuse.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                  Dispose according to local laws. Product can be rendered harmless by filling
                                       with water in open bins.

RECOMMENDED CLEANING
MATERIAL                               Remove mechanically with sand, sawdust or oil binder or spray with water.

REFUSE KEY NUMBER                      55905


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
ADR/RID & GGVS/GGVE                   None
E-Class                               None
Numbers/letters                       None
Mail Delivery                         Not allowed (in Germany)
Express goods

15. REGULATION INFORMATION
SYMBOLS:       Xn, mildly toxic, contains prepolymers from 4,4 Diphenylmethane – (MDI) and
               Methylphenylene – (TDI) – Diisocyanate.

RISK PHRASES
R20        Harmful to health on inhalation
R36/37/38  Irritates eyes, respiratory organs and skin
R42        Sensitivity possible through inhalation
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                           TRITON TT SWELL MASTIC

15. REGULATION INFORMATION (cont’d)
SAFETY PHRASES
S26       In case of contact with eyes, wash well with water and seek medical advice.
S28       In case of contact with skin, wash immediately with soap and water.
S28       Without adequate ventilation, wear breathing apparatus.
S45       In the event of an accident or feeling unwell, seek medical advice. If possible, present this safety
          data sheet/label.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE                                 Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC
                               Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                               129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                               Telephone:     020 8310 3929
                               Fax:           020 8312 0349

                                MSDS Ref:                Publication date                 Revision date
                                                          22/06/2007

1.PRODUCT NAME:                          TRITON TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient                     CAS No.         EC No.      Weight %       Symbols        Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement                 65997-15-1                                Xi (Irritant)    36/37/38
Also contains graded silica sands or crushed limestone aggregates together with small quantities of other additives

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
                                                  Mixing with water or contact of powder with body fluids produces a
                                                  strong alkaline solution. This may cause serious burns and
                                                  ulceration both to skin and eyes.


4.FIRST AID
CONTACT WITH SKIN                                 Wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and water. If irritation
                                                  continues seek medical advice. Clothing contaminated with wet
                                                  product should be removed and washed thoroughly before re-use.
CONTACT WITH EYES                                 Wash eyes immediately with plenty of clean water for at least 15
                                                  minutes and seek medical advice without delay.
INGESTION                                         If swallowing has occurred, do not induce vomiting. Give person
                                                  plenty of water to drink. Seek medial attention.
INHALATION                                        Move affected person to fresh air. If nose or airways become
                                                  inflamed seek medical attention.
FIRST AID FACILITIES                              Eye wash fountains and/or water access should be easily accessible.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES
Cement based products are not flammable and will not facilitate combustion of other materials.
EXPOSURE HAZARDS                                  Do not release water contaminated with cement-based products into
                                                  surface drains.
FIRE/EXPLOS. HAZARD                               Product will not support combustion. Polymer will burn in a general
                                                  fire, once all the water has been driven off.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION                           Carbon Monoxide, carbon dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, fumes and
PRODUCTS                                          smoke.
FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES                          Wear self-contained breathing apparatus.
FIRE FIGHTING PRECAUTIONS                         Water spray may be used to keep fire exposed containers cool.
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                               Water spray or fog, foam, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.
HAZCHEM CODE                                      None allocated.
Material Safety Data Sheet             According to 93/11                TRITON TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE
6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                                  Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Avoid breathing dust.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                             Prevent contamination of surface water. Avoid contaminating
                                                      waterways.
CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                                   Recover spillage in dry state if possible. Minimise generation of
                                                      airborne dust. The product can be slurried with water. Keep children
                                                      away from clean-up operations. Dispose to a place authorised to
                                                      accept builders’ water. Small quantities can be disposed of as normal
                                                      household waste.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE
HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                                  When handling bags of cement-based products most of which weigh
                                                      25kg, due regard should be paid to Manual Handling Regulations
                                                      1992. Some bags may have a small amount of cement dust on their
                                                      outer surface. Appropriate personal protection should be used whilst
                                                      handling.
STORAGE INFORMATION                                   Bags should be stacked in a safe and stable manner. Store in dry
                                                      conditions.
STORAGE PRECAUTIONS                                   Store in a cool area to prolong storage life, best stored at room
                                                      temperature. Prevent from freezing.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
EXPOSURE LIMITS:
                          NAME                         STEL                                 TWA
                                                      mg/m³ ppm                            mg/m³ ppm
                          Anionic bitumen                                                    0.5
OTHER EXPOSURE INFO.                                  Exposure standards not established for product, or other ingredients
ENGINEERING CONTROLS                                  General ventilation is recommended during normal use. Local
                                                      ventilation may be required during certain operations to prevent
                                                      inhalation of vapours.
TECHNICAL PROTECTIVE MEASURES                         No special measures required.
EXPOSURE LIMITS                                      Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                                     10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust
All Triton cement based products contain powders, which if handled carelessly can raise dust.

The personal exposure to such dusts (cement, silica sand, crushed limestone etc.) must be kept below 10mg/m³ 8-hour
TWA total inhalable dust and 5mg/m³respirable dust. Some of the cement based products contain microsilica form of
silica. The personal exposure level to amorphous silica must be kept below 6mg/m³ 8 hour TWA total inhalable dust
and 3mg/m³ respirable dust.

Some sands and other fillers may contain small quantities of respirable silica for which the personal exposure must be
kept below 0.4mg/m³ 8 hour TWA.

If care is taken not to raise dust and the exposure levels for nuisance dusts are not exceeded, the levels for respirable
silica should be very low.

Applying Occupational Exposure Standards EH40/95 Sections 40 and 4.1. Also see Dust: General Principles of
Protection HSE Guidance Note EH44 Rev 1991.
          •    Occupational Exposure Standards Limits – 8 hour TWA, reference period from Guidance Note EH40/95, Table 2.   Cont’d
TRITON TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE                          Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION (Cont’d)

AMORPHOUSE SILICA:                                Total inhalable dust:    6mg/m³
                                                                           Respirable dust: 3mg/m³

PORTLAND CEMENT:                                  Total inhalable dust:    10mg/m³
                                                                           Respirable dust: 5mg/m³

                                        Respirator Type (AS1716) where concentrations in air may exceed the
                                        recommended exposure limits, or work practice or other means of
                                        exposure reduction are not adequate, approved respirator may be
                                        necessary to prevent overexposure by inhalation.
                                        Wear suitable Neoprene/rubber gloves.
                                        Safety glasses as appropriate.
                                        Wear overalls and closed footwear.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
Appearance         Dark brown/black thixotropic            Oxidising properties     None
                   Liquid/paste

Boiling point      >100ºC approx. (water)                  Vapour pressure          As for water

Specific Gravity   1.2kg/lt                                Flash Point              Not Applicable

Flamm. Limit LEL   Not Applicable                          Solubility in water      Dilutable

Physical State     Particulate                             Particle Size            5 – 6000 pm

pH                 of wet content 12 – 14

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
                                        Stable under normal room temperature storage conditions

                                        Bags will set solid if continually soaked with water.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
EYE CONTACT                             Acute – May be an eye irritant.

SKIN CONTACT                            Acute – Prolonged or repeated contact with skin may result in slight
                                        skin irritation.

INHALATION                              Acute – Excessive exposure to vapours or spray mist may cause slight
                                        irritation to eyes, nose and throat.

INGESTION                               Acute – No data supplied, but polymer is not expected to be harmful.

CHRONIC                                 No data supplied, but polymer is not expected to be harmful.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
AQUATIC TOXICITY RATING                 LC50 aquatic toxicity rating has not been determined. The addition of
                                        any cement based product to water may, however, cause the pH to rise
                                        and therefore may be toxic to aquatic life in some circumstances. No
                                        other specific information available.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                          TRITON TT VAPOUR MEMBRANE
13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
SPILLS & DISPOSAL                                   Do not contaminate streams, rivers, or watercourses. Do not flush down
                                                    drains and sewers. Inform local authority if liquid enters drains, sewers,
                                                    streams, etc. Dike and contain spill with sand or earth. Clean up before
                                                    the material dries. Absorb the liquid with sand, earth or other absorbent.
                                                    Place used absorbent in suitable, sealable labelled containers.

DISPOSAL                                            Dispose of in accordance with Local, State and Federal regulations.
                                                    Dispose of empty backs or surplus product to a place authorised to
                                                    accept builders’ waste. Keep out of reach of children. Small numbers of
                                                    bags can be disposed of as normal household wastes.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
Classification for transport not required.

15. REGULATION INFORMATION
SYMBOLS:          Xi Irritant

RISK PHRASES
R36/37/38: Irritating to eyes, respiratory systems and skin.

SAFETY PHRASES
S22        Do not breathe dust.
S28        After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water.
S26        In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical attention.
S24/25     Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
S37/39     Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection. Keep out of reach of children.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product at
work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication, but we cannot
accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical data sheet for the
product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long term exposure limit.
TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper explosive limit.
SECTION 5 :
STRUCTURAL REPAIR.


       -   TRIMOL 15
       -   TRIMOL 23
       -   TRIGROUT EXTRA
       -   TRIFIX ADHESIVE
TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41)                Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC


                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                            MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date               Revision date
                                 300                4/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                        TRIMOL RESINS 15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS Nos.                      Weight, %     Symbols         Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A and F epoxy     25068-38-6, 68609-97-2,        100          Xi (Irritant)   R36/38,43,51/53
Resins, diglycidyl ethers   28064-14-4

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritant
                                  Irritating to skin and eyes



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Seek medical advice in the event of discomfort.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION                 May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA             Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO² . Never use water
                                         jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT             For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                     Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                         involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                         synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.


                                                                                                (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC         TRIMOL RESINS (15,34,35,36,40,41)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                              into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                              13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                              Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                               Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be
                               worn, including eye protection, boots and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                               Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                               or smoke whilst handling the product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40.
                                                             Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Clear, golden liquid            Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  Faint                           Vapour pressure              1Pa (20°C)

pH                     7 (50% suspension in water)     Relative density             1.2-1.13 (15°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes                      Bulk density                 Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                    Viscosity                    No data

Flash point            >150°C                          Solubility                   Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature       No data                 Partition coefficient        No data

Explosive properties           No data                 Other data
TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40,41)                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                     Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                           High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                            Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.
                                              Excess of hardener (uncontrolled polymerisation reaction).


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not available data on acute toxicity. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising agent.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                               Low soil absorption.
DEGRADABILITY                          Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                           There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                            Toxic to aquatic organisms:
                                       (TLm96: fish 1.2mg/litre, Daphnia 2.7 mg/litre, algae 9.4mg/litre)

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                       in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                       landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                 None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                   Liquid epoxy resin
ADR/RID                                Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                   Not classified as hazardous
                                       MFAG Table No.
                                       EmS No.
IATA/IACO                              Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                  No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC          TRIMOL RESINS (15, 34, 35, 36, 40, 41)

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

S24: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S26: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 15 FILLER                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC


                              Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                              129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                              Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                              Fax:          020 8312 0349

                              MSDS Ref: TR           Publication date               Revision date
  Non-hazardous                    307                  15/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                            TRIMOL 15 FILLER
2. COMPOSITION
An inert, light-weight inorganic filler consisting of aluminosilicate glass of particle size between 5 and 300
micrometres.

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                      There are no particular hazards associated with this product in normal
                                      use.



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                     Wash with plenty of water or soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                     Wash out with water for several minutes. Seek medical advice.

INGESTION                             Not likely to cause any adverse effects in the amounts which could be
                                      taken.

INHALATION                            Remove to fresh air.

OTHER INFORMATION

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA                  As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT                  No particular requirements


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                       Wear respiratory protection if large amounts of dust are generated.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                 No environment hazard.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                       Sweep up and place in container for re-use or disposal to landfill.
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                           TRIMOL 15 FILLER

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Observe normal industrial hygiene methods.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Store in a cool, dry place.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

  The quantity of the Filler in the trimol 15 pack is not likely to present a risk in handling, but eye
  protection and respiratory protection may be used if the filler is handled frequently or in large amounts.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS                OES: 10mg/m³ total respirable dust (EH40)


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Light grey or buff powder      Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  None                           Vapour pressure              Not relevant

pH                     Not relevant                   Relative density             No data

Boiling point          Not relevant                   Bulk density                 350kg/m³

Melting point          1350°C                         Viscosity                    Not relevant

Flash point            Not combustible                Solubility                   Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature      Not relevant            Partition coefficient        Not relevant

Explosive properties          Not explosive           Other data


10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   No special requirements

MATERIALS TO AVOID                    None


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not toxic
TRIMOL 15 FILLER                                         Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                       Not mobile in the soil.
DEGRADABILITY                  Inert, not biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                   There is no likelihood of bioaccumulation or biomagnification.
ECTOTOXICITY                   Not ecotoxic


13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Dispose of by landfill in a commercial site, in accordance with local
                                       and national regulations.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 As for product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Not regulated for transport by road, rail, sea or air.

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                         Not classified as hazardous.

LABEL INFORMATION                      None

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)                Material Safety Data Sheet       According to 93/112EC


                          Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                          129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                          Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                          Fax:          020 8312 0349

                          MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date               Revision date
                               301                 4/4/97                        18/06/04

1.PRODUCT NAME:                       TRIMOL HARDENER 15, 34, 35, 36
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient             CAS Nos.     EC No. Weight, % Symbols         Risk Phrases
Trimethylhexamethylene diamine   25620-58-0   247-134-8 100    C (Corrosive) R22,34,43,52/53

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                 Corrosive – Causes burns
                                 Harmful if swallowed
                                 May cause sensitisation by skin contact
                                 Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in
                                 the aquatic environment.

4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, obtain
                                 medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES                Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                        Give plenty of water – if possible, charcoal slurry. Do not induce
                                 vomiting.

INHALATION                       Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medial advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO ² . Never use water
                                        jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            Full protective equipment. Toxic and irritant fumes may be
                                        produced.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                    Wear suitable protective clothing which may include eye/face
                                        protection, PVC or synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear
                                        and overalls. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing.
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC        TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                     Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                              If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                           Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                              into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                              13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                          Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas. Keep away from
                                              sources of ignition – no smoking. Handle and open container
                                              with care

STORAGE INFORMATION                           Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                              sunlight. Keep store well ventilated. Keep away from food and
                                              feeding stuffs.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                              Wear protective clothing, including eye protection, boots and PVC or
                              synthetic rubber gloves. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable
                              respiratory protective equipment.
                              Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                              or smoke whilst handling the product.

                              EXPOSURE LIMITS                None prescribed in EH40.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Clear, colourless liquid       Oxidising properties          None

Odour                  Amine-like                     Vapour pressure               6Pa (20°C)

pH                     11.3 (50% in water)            Relative density              0.86-0.87 (20°C)

Boiling point          >200°C                         Bulk density                  Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                   Viscosity                     5mPa.s (25°)

Flash point            >108°C (CC)                    Solubility                    Miscible with water

Autoignition temperature      No data                 Partition coefficient         No data

Explosive properties          No data                 Other data
TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)                            Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                        Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                              High temperatures, formation of aerosols, static discharges.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                               Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

LD50 (rat, oral): 910mg/kg. Eye irritation (rabbit): corrosive. Skin irritation (rabbit): corrosive.

Dermal sensitisation (guinea pig): sensitiser.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Avoid subsoil penetration
DEGRADABILITY                            Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                             There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms.
                                         (LC 50 (fish) 96h:1000mg/litre, EC50 (daphnia) 24h: 31.5mg/litre
                                         EC50 (algae) 72h: 29.5mg/litre), IC50 (bacteria) 3h: 100mg/litre.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                     Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                         in compliance with the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                         Guidance Note IPR5/1)

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                   Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. After
                                         cleaning, can be landfilled.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                   2327
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                     Trimethylhexamethhylene diamines, solution
ADR/RID                                  Class 8. Item 53(c).
IMCO                                     Class 8. IMDG Code page 08243
                                         MFAG Table No. 320
                                         EmS No. 8.05
IATA/IACO                                Class 8
PACKING GROUP                            3
LABEL                                    Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC             TRIMOL HARDENER (15, 34, 35, 36)

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Corrosive

LABEL INFORMATION

R34:Causes burns
R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R52/53: Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse affects in the aquatic environment.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice (show the label where possible).

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 23 RESIN                                  Material Safety Data Sheet        According to 93/112EC


                            Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                            129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                            Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                            Fax:          020 8312 0349

                            MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date               Revision date
                                 303                11/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                        TRIMOL 23 RESIN
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS Nos.                     Weight, %      Symbols         Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A and F epoxy     25068-38-6, 68609-97-2        49            Xi (Irritant)   R36/38,43, 51/53
Resins, diglycidyl ethers   28064-14-4

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritant
                                  Irritating to skin and eyes



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                          Seek medical advice in the event of discomfort.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION                 May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA             Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO² . Never use water
                                         jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT             For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                     Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                         involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                         synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.


                                                                                                (Contd.).
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                              TRIMOL 23 RESIN

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                             If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                             into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                             13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                             Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                             sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                               Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be
                               worn, including eye protection, boots and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                               Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                               or smoke whilst handling the product.
                               Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                               EXPOSURE LIMITS              None prescribed in EH40.
                                                            Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Black Paste                    Oxidising properties         None

Odour                  Faint                          Vapour pressure              1Pa (20°C)

pH                     7 (50% suspension in water)    Relative density             1.6 (15°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes                     Bulk density                 Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                   Viscosity                    Thixotropic

Flash point            >150°C                         Solubility                   Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature       No data                Partition coefficient        No data

Explosive properties           No data                Other data
TRIMOL 23 RESIN                                       Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                     Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                           High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                            Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.
                                              Excess of hardener (uncontrolled polymerisation reaction).


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Not available data on acute toxicity. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising agent.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                               Low soil absorption.
DEGRADABILITY                          Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                           There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                            Toxic to aquatic organisms (data for 100% resin):
                                       (TLm96: fish 1.2mg/litre, Daphnia 2.7 mg/litre, algae 9.4mg/litre)

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                   Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                       in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                       landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                 Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                 None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                   Liquid epoxy resin
ADR/RID                                Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                   Not classified as hazardous
                                       MFAG Table No.
                                       EmS No.
IATA/IACO                              Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                  No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                    TRIMOL 23 RESIN

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION

S24: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S26: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIMOL 23 HARDENER                            Material Safety Data Sheet         According to 93/112EC


                          Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
                          129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                          Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                          Fax:          020 8312 0349

                          MSDS Ref: TR          Publication date               Revision date
                               302                 4/4/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                       TRIMOL 23 HARDENER
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient             CAS Nos.     EC No. Weight, % Symbols        Risk Phrases
Trimethylhexamethylene diamine   25620-58-0   247-134-8 12    C (Corrosive) R22,34,43,52/53

3.HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                 Corrosive – Causes burns
                                 Harmful if swallowed
                                 May cause sensitisation by skin contact



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, obtain
                                 medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES                Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                        Give plenty of water – if possible, charcoal slurry. Do not induce
                                 vomiting.

INHALATION                       Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medial advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA            Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO ² . Never use water
                                        jet.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT            Full protective equipment. Toxic and irritant fumes may be
                                        produced.


6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                    Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                        involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                        synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls.
Material Safety Data Sheet     According to 93/112EC                         TRIMOL 23 HARDENER

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)
ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                    Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                             If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbents and shovel
                                             into a suitable closed container for disposal according to item
                                             13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas. Keep away from
                                             sources of ignition – no smoking. Handle and open container
                                             with care

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                             sunlight. Keep store well ventilated. Keep away from food and
                                             feeding stuffs.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                              Wear protective clothing, including eye protection, boots and PVC or
                              synthetic rubber gloves. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable
                              respiratory protective equipment.
                              Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink
                              or smoke whilst handling the product.

                              EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40.




9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             White Paste                   Oxidising properties          None

Odour                  Amine-like                    Vapour pressure               6Pa (20°C)

pH                     11.3 (50% in water)           Relative density              1.4 (20°C)

Boiling point          Decomposes above 200°C        Bulk density                  Not Relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                  Viscosity                     Thixotropic

Flash point            >108°C (CC)                   Solubility                    Partially miscible with water

Autoignition temperature      No data                Partition coefficient         No data

Explosive properties          No data                Other data
TRIMOL 23 HARDENER                                       Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                        Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                              High temperatures, formation of aerosols, static discharges.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                               Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.


11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

LD50 (rat, oral): 7600mg/kg (by calculation). Eye irritation (rabbit): corrosive. Skin irritation (rabbit): corrosive.

Dermal sensitisation (guinea pig): sensitiser.


12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Avoid subsoil penetration
DEGRADABILITY                            Not easily biodegradable
ACCUMULATION                             There is potential for bioaccumulation. Biomagnification is unlikely.
ECTOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms. Data for 100% amine:
                                         (LC 50 (fish) 96h:1000mg/litre, EC50 (daphnia) 24h: 31.5mg/litre
                                         EC50 (algae) 72h: 29.5mg/litre), IC50 (bacteria) 3h: 100mg/litre.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT:                     Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                         in compliance with the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                         Guidance Note IPR5/1)

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING:                   Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product. After
                                         cleaning, can be landfilled.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No.                                   2327
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                     Trimethylhexamethhylene diamines, solution
ADR/RID                                  Class 8. Item 53(c).
IMCO                                     Class 8. IMDG Code page 08243
                                         MFAG Table No. 320
                                         EmS No. 8.05
IATA/IACO                                Class 8
PACKING GROUP                            3
LABEL                                    Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                            TRIMOL 23 HARDENER

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                       Corrosive

LABEL INFORMATION

R34:Causes burns
R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
R52/53: Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse affects in the aquatic environment.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.
S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice (show the label where possible).

Refer to other relevant legislation such as Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), the Control of
Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of
Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION

The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of
publication, but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the
technical data sheet for the product.


Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRITON TRI-GROUT EXTRA                             Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                           Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                           129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                           Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                           Fax:          020 8312 0349
                           MSDS Ref: TR         Publication date        Revision date
                                  316              06/11/2002


1.PRODUCT NAME:                   TRITON TRI-GROUT EXTRA
2. COMPOSITION

Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.        EC No.          Weight %       Symbols         Risk Phrases
Ordinary Portland cement   65997-15-1                      <50           Xi (Irritant)   See section 15

                           Also contains silica flour, silica sand and other additives


3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                  Irritant
                                  Irritating to skin and eyes



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN                 Wash off with plenty of soap and water. Remove contaminated
                                  clothing.

CONTACT WITH EYES                 Wash out with water for at least 15 minutes and seek medical advice
                                  without delay.

INGESTION                         Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink.
                                  DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING.

INHALATION                        Remove to fresh air. If nose or airways become inflamed, seek medical
                                  advice.

OTHER INFORMATION                 Until the mixture has set, may cause both irritant and allergic contact
                                  dermatitis.


5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA              As appropriate to surrounding fire

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT              No particular requirement
Material Safety Data Sheet      According to 93/112EC                TRITON TRI-GROUT EXTRA

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                        Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                            involved which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic
                                            rubber gloves, protective footwear and overalls, particularly
                                            during mixing operations.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                   Contain the spillage and keep children away from the area.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                         Recover the spilt material in a dry state if possible.
                                            Minimise generation of airborne dust.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                        Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                            Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.

STORAGE INFORMATION                         Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place.



8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

                       When handling or mixing the product, protective clothing should be worn, including
                       eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS             Occupational exposure standard (8h TWA):
                                                   10mg/m³ total inhalable dust, 5mg/m³ respirable dust


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance    Grey powder                                  Oxidising properties None

Odour         None                                         Vapour pressure         Not relevant

pH            11, when wet.                                Relative density        Not relevant

Boiling point Not relevant                                 Bulk density            1300 kg/m³

Melting point Not relevant                                 Viscosity               Not relevant

Flash point   None                                         Solubility              Very slightly soluble in water

Autoignition temperature      Not combustible              Partition coefficient Not relevant

Explosive properties          None                         Other data
TRITON TRI-GROUT EXTRA                                    Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable under normal conditions of use.
CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   Damp (degrades product).
MATERIALS TO AVOID                    No particular requirements.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Severe eye irritant. Irritating to skin – the powder or its mixture with water may cause irritant dermatitis or
burns, and traces of hexavalent chromium in the product may cause allergic dermatitis. Ingestion of small
amounts is unlikely to cause any significant reaction, but large doses may result in irritation to the gastro
intestinal tract.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                              Not mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                         Relatively inert.

ACCUMULATION                          No potential for bioaccumlation or biomagnification.

ECOTOXICITY                           Addition of cement-based products to water may cause the pH to rise,
                                      and they may therefore be toxic to aquatic life in some circumstances.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                   Dispose of in accordance with local and national regulations (normally
                                      landfill), or to any place authorised to accept builders waste.

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                 Packaging should be treated as for the product, or may be incinerated.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                  Portland cement mixture
ADR/RID                               Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                  Not classified as hazardous
ICAO/IATA                             Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                 No hazard label
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                          TRITON TRI-GROUT EXTRA

15. REGULATION INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION:
CONTACT WITH WET MORTAR MAY CAUSE IRRITATION, DERMATITIS OR BURNS.
CONTACT BETWEEN THE POWDER AND BODY FLUIDS (eg Sweat or Eye Fluid) MAY ALSO CAUSE
IRRITATION, DERMATITIS OR BURNS.
RISK OF SERIOUS DAMAGE TO EYES.

READ ALL PRECAUTIONS BEFORE USE
The (COSHH) Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1988 may apply to the use of this product
at work. Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable in addition to the
following items of personal protective equipment.
WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, gloves and eye/face protection.
IN CASE OF CONTACT WITH EYES rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
AFTER CONTACT WITH SKIN, wash immediately with plenty of clean water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE Control of Substances
Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIFIX ADHESIVE – RESIN                               Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC


                          Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                          129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                          Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                          Fax:          020 8312 0349
                          MSDS Ref:                  Publication date                 Revision date
                            TR305                      14/04/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                TRIFIX ADHESIVE - RESIN
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient        CAS No.                    Weight % Symbols            Risk Phrases
Bisphenol A and F epoxy    25068-38-6, 68609-97-2       56     Xi (Irritant)       S24,S26,S28,S37/39
Resins, diglycidyl         28064-14-4

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                Irritant
                                Irritating to skin and eyes.



4. FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN               Wash with plenty of soap and water.

CONTACT WITH EYES               Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                       Seek medical advice in the event of discomfort.

INHALATION                      Remove to fresh air if fumes cause irritation of nose or throat.

OTHER INFORMATION               May aggravate existing respiratory problems.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA           Dry powder or foam. For small fires use CO . Never use water jet.
                                                                                     ²

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT           For fires in confined spaces, use breathing apparatus.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS                   Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount
                                       involved, which may include eye/face protection, PVC or
                                       synthetic rubber gloves, protective footwear, overalls.

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS              Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                       If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.
                                                                                            (Contd.)
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                TRIFIX ADHESIVE - RESIN

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                          Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into
                                             a suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                         Observe good hygiene standards and minimise skin contact.
                                             Wear suitable protective clothing according to item 8.
                                             Avoid open flames and sources of ignition.

STORAGE INFORMATION                          Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                             sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated.

8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                       Where prolonged or repeated exposure is likely, protective clothing should be worn,
                       including eye protection and PVC or synthetic rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.
                       Do not wear contaminated clothing. Ventilate confined spaces thoroughly.

                       EXPOSURE LIMITS               None prescribed in EH40
                                                     Slight irritant, not considered hazardous.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Beige, thixotropic liquid             Oxidising properties None

Odour                  Faint                                 Vapour pressure         1Pa (20°C)

pH                     7 (50% suspension in water)           Relative density        1.7 (25ºC)

Boiling point          Decomposes                            Bulk density            Not relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                          Viscosity               No data

Flash point            >150C                                 Solubility              Insoluble in water

Autoignition temperature         No data                     Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties             No data                     Other data

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                             Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                   High temperatures (degrades resin).

MATERIALS TO AVOID                    Strong oxidising agents, strong acids and bases.
                                      Excess of hardener (uncontrolled polymerisation reaction)
TRIFIX ADHESIVE – RESIN                                        Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No available data on acute toxicity. Irritating to eyes. A mild skin irritant and mild sensitising agent.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Low soil absorption

DEGRADABILITY                            Not easily biodegradable.

ACCUMULATION                             There is potential for bioaccumlation. Biomagnification is unlikely.

ECOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                      Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Dispose of
                                         in accordance with local and national regulations (incinerate or
                                         landfill).

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                    Uncleaned packaging should be treated as for the product.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                   None assigned
PROPER SHIPPING NAME                     Liquid epoxy resin
ADR/RID                                  Not classified as hazardous
IMCO                                     Not classified as hazardous
                                         MFAG Table No.
                                         EmS No.
IATA/IACO                                Not classified as hazardous
PACKING GROUP
LABEL                                    No hazard label

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                                           Irritant

LABEL INFORMATION
S24: Irritating to eyes and skin.
S26: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S28: After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of water.
S37/39: Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act
and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of workplace risk as
Required by health and safety legislation.
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                                    TRIFIX ADHESIVE - RESIN

16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.
TRIFIX ADHESIVE - HARDENER                      Material Safety Data Sheet According to93/112EC


                          Triton Chemical Manufacturing Co. Ltd
                          129 Felixstowe Road, Abbeywood, London SE2 9SG
                          Telephone: 020 8310 3929
                          Fax:          020 8312 0349
                          MSDS Ref:                    Publication date               Revision date
                           TR306                         14/04/97

1.PRODUCT NAME:                TRIFIX ADHESIVE - HARDENER
2. COMPOSITION
Hazardous ingredient       CAS No.     EC No.          Weight %       Symbols          Risk Phrases
Diethylene triamine        111-40-0    203-865-4        7.3           C (Corrosive)    R21/22,34,43
Triphenyl phosphite        101-02-0    202-908-4       10.3           Xi (Irritant)    R36/38
Alkylated polyamine adduct                             30.6           C (Corrosive)    R21/22,34,43

3. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION

                                Corrosive – Causes burns.
                                Harmful if swallowed.
                                May cause sensitisation by skin contact.



4.FIRST AID

CONTACT WITH SKIN               Wash with plenty of soap and water. If irritation persists, obtain
                                medical advice.

CONTACT WITH EYES               Wash out with water for several minutes and seek medical advice.

INGESTION                       Give plenty of water – if possible, charcoal slurry. Do not induce
                                vomiting.

INHALATION                      Remove to fresh air. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice.

OTHER INFORMATION               Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

SUITABLE EXTINGUISHING MEDIA           Dry powder, fog or foam. For small fires use CO² . DO NOT
                                       use halones.

SPECIAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT           Full protective equipment. Toxic and irritant fumes may be
                                       produced.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

PERSONAL PRECAUTIONS            Wear suitable protective clothing appropriate to the amount involved,
                                which may include eye/face protection, PVC or synthetic rubber
                                gloves, protective footwear, overalls
Material Safety Data Sheet         According to 93/112EC       TRIFIX ADHESIVE - HARDENER

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES (contd.)

ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS                      Do not allow to enter public sewers and watercourses.
                                               If this cannot be avoided, inform the appropriate authority.

CLEAN-UP PROCEDURES                    Absorb in dry sand or earth or similar absorbent and shovel into a
                                       suitable closed container for disposal according to item 13.


7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS                           Ensure adequate ventilation in work areas. Keep away from
                                               sources of ignition – no smoking. Do not break open the
                                               dispenser cartridge.

STORAGE INFORMATION                            Keep containers tightly closed in a cool place, out of direct
                                               sunlight. Keep stored well ventilated. Keep away from food
                                               and feeding stuffs.


8.EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION
                       Wear protective clothing, including eye protection and PVC or synthetic/rubber gloves.
                       Wash hands and exposed skin before meals and after work. Do not eat, drink or smoke
                       whilst handling the product.




                       EXPOSURE LIMITS                None prescribed in EH40


9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance             Red paste                              Oxidising properties None

Odour                  Amine-like                             Vapour pressure        No data

pH                     >7 (in water)                          Relative density       1.2 (25ºC)

Boiling point          Decomposes                             Bulk density           Not relevant

Melting point          Not Relevant                           Viscosity              No data

Flash point            >100°C (CC)                            Solubility             Partially miscible with water

Autoignition temperature           No data                    Partition coefficient No data

Explosive properties               No data                    Other data
TRIFIX ADHESIVE – HARDENDER                               Material Safety Data Sheet         According to 93/112EC

10.STABILITY/REACTIVITY

STABILITY                                Stable under normal conditions of use.

CONDITIONS TO AVOID                      High Temperatures, formation of aerosols, static discharges.

MATERIALS TO AVOID                       Strong oxidising agents, acids and bases.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
LD50 (rat, oral): > 5000mg/kg (by calculation). Eye irritation (rabbit): corrosive. Skin irritation (rabbit): corrosive.

Dermal sensitisation (guinea pig): sensitiser

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

MOBILITY                                 Likely to be mobile in soil.

DEGRADABILITY                            Readily biodegradable.

ACCUMULATION                             There is little potential for bioaccumlation. Biomagnification is
                                         unlikely.

ECOTOXICITY                              Toxic to aquatic organisms:

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

DISPOSAL OF PRODUCT                      Chemical residues are normally regarded as Special Waste. Incinerate
                                         in compliance with the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Process
                                         Guidance Note IPR5/1)

DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING                    As for the product.


14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN NO.                                   2327
PROPER SHIPPING NAME
ADR/RID                                  Class 8. Item 53(b)
IMCO                                     Class 8. IMDG Code page
                                         MFAG Table No. 320
                                         EmS No. 8-05
IATA/IACO                                Class 8
PACKING GROUP                            3
LABEL                                    Corrosive
Material Safety Data Sheet According to 93/112EC                   TRIFIX ADHESIVE - HARDENER

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

CLASSIFICATION                                         Corrosive

LABEL INFORMATION
R34: Causes burns.
R22: Harmful if swallowed.
R43: May cause sensitisation by skin contact.
S26: In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice.
S36/37/39: Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.

Refer to other relevant legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA), THE
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations (COSHH), the Environment Protection Act
and the Control of Pollution Act.

The information contained in this safety data sheet does not constitute the user’s own assessment of
workplace risk as
required by health and safety legislation.


16.OTHER INFORMATION
The information contained in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge accurate at the date of publication,
but we cannot accept responsibility that it is sufficient or correct in all cases.

The data contained herein does not constitute a specification. Such information is available from the technical
data sheet for the product.

Abbreviations: OES – occupational exposure standard. STEL – short-term exposure limit. LTEL – long
term exposure limit. TWA – time weighted (8 hour) average. LEL – lower explosive limit. UEL – upper
explosive limit.

								
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