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2nd January 2014

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (Revised: 2014)

CATEGORY 1: PRODUCT

JAYAMBE FIBRECRETE ®

CATEGORY 2: HAZARDOUS INGRIDIENTS/ IDENTITY INFORMATION

COMPONENTS:

Hydraulic Cement, Silica Sand SIO2, Polypropylene Fibre, Crystalline Quartz

CATEGORY 3: PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Boiling Point: N/A, Vapour Pressure (mmHg): N/A, Vapour Density: N/A

Specific Gravity (water=1: 2.7), Melting Point ( oC): N/A, Evaporation Rate: None, Appearance and Odour: Grey, Tan to Brown finely ground solid.

CATEGORY 4: FIRE AND EXPLOSION HARARD DATA

Flash Point: Non Combustible, Flammable Limits: N/A, Special Firefighting procedures: N/A, Unusual fire and Explosion Hazards: NONE

CATEGORY 5: REACTIVITY DATA

(i) Stable (ii) Conditions to avoid: N/A (iii) Materials to avoid: Strong Acids (iv) Unknown decomposition (v) Polymerization will not occur

CATEGORY 6: HEALTH HAZARD DATA

Routes of entry: Inhalation, skin and ingestion.

Health Hazards (Acute and Chronic): prolonged exposure to crystalline free silica dust above the threshold limit may cause scarring of the lungs with cough and shortness of breath. Delayed lung injury silicosis may result from breathing free silica.

Acute: Wet cement, especially as an ingredient in plastic (unhardened) concrete, mortar or slurries, can dry the skin and cause alkaline burns. Cement dust can irritate the eyes and upper respiratory system.

Chronic: Cement dust can cause inflammation of the lining of tissue in the interior of the nose and inflammation of the cornea.

Signs and Symptoms of exposure: May cause coughing, sneezing and nasal irritation. May cause skin irritation, dryness and burns.

Medical conditions aggravated by exposure: Respiratory ailments.

Emergency and first aid procedures: Remove to fresh air. Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes. Wash exposed areas with water thoroughly after handling. Product may harden on contact with water. See Physician.

CATEGORY 7: PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE

Steps to be taken in case material is Released or Spilled: Avoid breathing dust. Avoid creating additional dust. Vacuum or sweep, using methods that do not disperse dust. Emergency procedures are not required.

Waste Disposal Method: May be disposed in an unrestricted sanitary landfill.

Precautions to be taken in Handling and Storing: Keep in a cool and covered area until used to preserve product utility. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. Wash thoroughly after handling.

Other Precautions: NONE

CATEGORY 8: CONTROL MEASURES

Respiratory Protection: Dust Mask

Protective Gloves: Barrier creams or impervious gloves to protect skin.

Eye Protection: Tight fitting goggles or masks.

Other Protective Clothing or Equipment: Impervious clothing to protect skin from burns.

Hygienic Practices: Wash exposed skin thoroughly.

** This information is furnished without warranty of any kind, express or implied. Jayambe Construction bases the information and recommendations in this document on data believed to be current and accurate taking into consideration of the product secrecy.…...

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