Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)

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Bio-Activator X256
Date Issued: 2003-05-02

1. Product and Company Identification
Trade Name: Bio-Activator X256
Product Code: N/A
Chemical Family: Microbial
Chemical Name:N/A
Haz Chem-code: N/A
UN-No.: N/A

2. Composition / Information on Ingredients
Chemical name: naturally occurring micro-organisms attached to organic compost
Chemical nature: Naturally occurring microbial mix.

3. Hazards Identification
Hazardous Decomposition Products: It is a broad-based microbial population dried and mixed with compost. It decomposes through the normal proteinaceous and cellulitic processes to form further biomass or CO2
Hazardous Reactions: None
Further information: It is incompatible with paint, grease, sawdust and any other combustible organic material, organic and inorganic oxidisers, strong bases and moisture.
Flammability: Flammable if exposed to naked flame.
Biological Hazard: None
Combustion products: CO2

4. First-Aid Measures
Inhalation: Non-toxic
Ingestion: Non-toxic
Skin: Non-toxic
Eyes: Non-toxic

5. Fire-Fighting Measures
The product is flammable. Avoid exposure to naked flames. The smoke is non-toxic. Use large amounts of water to prevent heat combustion.

6. Accidental Release Measured
Sweep up and dispose to GL grade landfill or flush to drain with water.

7. Handling and Storage
Should be handled like any non-toxic microbial product. Do not store next to open flames or strong oxidising agents. When handling, wear dust mask over nose.

8. Exposure Controls / Personal Protection
Protection not required.
Dust mask over nose only.

9. Physical and Chemical Properties
Appearance: Fibrous Powder
Colour: Brown
Odour: None
SG: 0.9
Water solubility: Indoluble
Heat Stability: Stable at 40 degrees C over 24 hour period.
Flammability: Flammable if exposed to naked flame.
Explosive properties: Non-explosive
Oxidising properties: None

10. Stability and Reactivity
Stable under normal storage conditions.
Non-toxic.

11. Disposal Considerations
Sweepings can be disposed to a municipal landfill.

12. Transport Information
It is non-hazardous.

13. Regulatory Information
Non-hazardous.
In case of spill, collect and dispose to municiple landfill.

14. First Aid
Eyes: Abrasive solid particles
Skin: No known irrigation.
Ingestion: Non-toxic.

 

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