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King Tac-2 Primer – MSDS

Used as a primer for solid surfaces such as concrete, rock or steel prior to applying Berry Seal sealant


  • Product: King Tac-2Primer
  • Colour: Light Grey Polymer Based Powder and is packaged in 25Kg plastic drums
  • Density: DAXAD 11, 15, 15B, 17SD, 19, 19P
    (A: 506, 527, 528, 531, 535)
  • General Product Use: Primer for damp proofing


Chemical Characterisation

  • King Tac-2 is a proprietary polymer powder mixed with various calcium silicate salts containing iron and


  • Health Affects (Acute & Chronic): Not classified as irritating to eyes Not classified as irritating to the skin but prolonged or repeated contact may cause some skin irritation. Non-toxic by ingestion. Not toxic by skin absorption. Inhalation of dust may cause irritation to the respiratory tract. The product is slightly toxic to freshwater invertebrates and non-toxic to freshwater fish.
  • Carcinogenicity: According to definitions of the U.S. Hazard Communications Standard and the Canadian WHMIS regulation, components are not listed on the NPT, JARC, ACGIH or OSHAbcarcinogen lists and there are no studies implicating components as cancer-causing agents in humans or animals.
  • Signs Symptoms of Overexposure: Skin – redness, slight swelling, coughing, soreness in the respiratory tract, chest tightness, and difficulty in breathing.
  • Conditions Generally Recognized as being aggravated by Exposure: Persons with pre-existing skin or lung disorders may be more susceptible to irritation effects.
  • Synergistic Effects: Effects that are more serious for simultaneous exposure to two or more chemicals than for separate disclosures to the individual chemicals: None knew.
  • OdourThresholds/WarningProperties: None.
  • Usual Method(s) of Contact: Skin contact. Eye contact. Inhalation of dust.
  • Primary Route(s) of entry into the Body: Inhalation of dust.


  • Eye Contact: Immediately flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes while holding the eyelids open. Do not attempt to neutralize with chemical agents. Contact a physician immediately.
  • Skin Contact: Immediately remove contaminated clothing and flush area with large quantities of water for at least 15 minutes. Do not attempt to neutralize with chemical agents. Contact a physician if irritation develops.
  • Ingestion: If patient is conscious, induce vomiting. Do not induce vomiting in an unconscious person. Contact a physician immediately.
  • Inhalation: Remove from contaminated atmosphere. If breathing has stopped, give artificial respiration then oxygen if needed. Contact a physician immediately.
  • Note to physician: None.


  • Flashpoint: Not applicable (N.A.) Method: N.A.
  • Lower ExplosiveLimit: N.A. Upper Explosive Method: N.A.
  • Auto IgnitionTemperature: N.A.
  • Extinguishing Media: Does not bum – decomposes. For fires involving this material, use water; carbon dioxide; dry chemical or foam.
  • Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: Burning may release carbon dioxide; carbon monoxide and Sulphur oxides.
  • Firefighting Guidance: If product is present in fire and threat of dusting exists, wear self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with full-face piece.
  • NFPA Ratings (applicable to firefighting situations only): Health – 0; Flammability – 1; Reactivity – 0.


  • Spill and Release Procedure: Evacuate area of nonessential personnel. Use safety glasses and gloves. Respiratory protection is required only if dust is generated. Scoop or shovel spilled solids into containers. Avoid creating a dust during transfer of solids. Prevent spilled product or contaminated wash water from entering drinking water supplies or streams.


  • Work/Hygienic Practices: Wash thoroughly after handling. Was contaminated clothes before re-use. Launder work clothes separately from family clothes. Check protective clothing, particularly impervious gloves for leaks before use.
  • Handling Precautions: No special or unique handling requirements.
  • Storage Precautions: Store in cool, dry and well-ventilated area. Keep containers closed. Do not enter storage area unless area is adequately ventilated.
  • Ventilation: Hoods or local exhaust can be used to supplement mechanical or general industrial ventilation to eliminate dusting.
  • Protective Equipment: Safety glasses and gloves for routine handling. Goggles may be required for dusty operations.
  • Respiratory Protection: An organic vapour respirator with a pre-lifter for dust may be required for dusty operations.



  • Appearance and Odour: Amber powder with slight mothball odour.
  • Boiling Point: N.A. BulkDensity: 32-37lb/ft3 (0.56-0.75 g/cm3
  • Melting Point: N.D. SpecificGravity: 2.82kg/litre
  • Vapour Pressure: N.A. % Volatile by Weight: 0%.
  • Vapour Density: N.A. EvaporationRate: N.A.
  • Water Solubility:Miscible. pH of 1% solution: 7-10.5 (pH lowers
  • Octangl/WaterPartitionCoefficient: N.D. during storage).


  • Stability:Stable
  • Conditionsto Avoid: N.A.
  • Sensitivity to Static Discharge: None.
  • Reactivity with Water: Product will harden within one hour.
  • Incompatibility with other Materials: None.
  • ReactionDecomposition Products: None.
  • HazardousPolymerisation:None.
  • Conditions to Avoid Uncontrolled Polymerisation: N.A.


  • Summary oftoxicology
    • King Tac 2 dust may irritate the eyes and may cause dermatitis. There are reports of increased incidence of bronchitis and chest x-ray changes after prolonged heavy exposure to undefined mixtures of King Tac 2 and other dusts. Exposure to King Tac 2 can cause chronic conjunctivitis, blepharitis, and skin ulcers of the nose. Repeated and prolonged skin contact with cement can result in dermatitis of the hands, forearms and feet – this is a primary irritant dermatitis and may be complicated in some instances by allergic reactions.


  • Eco-toxicity
    • No recognised unusual toxicity to plants or animals
    • Aquatic toxicity (Fish, Daphnia and Algae)
    • Non-toxic in small quantities. Large quantities especially in static water will result in an increase in pH up to pH 12 or more. pH changes may result in the death of aquatic life.


  • Waste Disposal Procedures: This product is not a federal hazardous waste according to U.S. EPA regulation 40 CFR 261. Dispose of waste products in accordance with local and state regulations.


  • U.S. Dot Classification: These products are not hazardous materials according to the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act and DOT regulations contained in 49 CFR.
    • DOT Hazardous Material Proper Shipping Name: N.A.
    • DOT Hazard Class: N.A.
    • UN/NA ID Number: N.A.
    • Required label/text: N.A.
    • Canadian Shipping Information: Not regulated according to definitions and limitations of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act.


  • Status under OHSA, Act 85 of 1993 Reg.1179 dd 25/08/95
  • PolyTac-2 is considered a “hazardous chemical” under this regulation*, and should be part of any hazard communication program.
  • The data are based on the current state of our knowledge and are intended to describe the product with regard to the requirements of safety. The data should not imply any guarantee of a particular or general specification. It is the responsibility of the user of the product to ensure to his satisfaction that the product is suitable for the intended purpose and method of use. We do not accept responsibility for any harm caused by the use of this information. In all cases, our general conditions of sale apply.

5L, 20L, 25L

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