Masterlube 100 MSDS – 15w40 CG-4/SJ

Masterlube 100

The Oilman Group Pty Ltd

Head Office: 40 – 42 Merchant Crescent. Pooraka, SA 5095

Ph: 08 8262 9399 | Fax: 08 8262 9499

National Emergency Response System on 1800 023 005



  • Product Name : Masterlube 100 U.N. Number : Not applicable
  • Hazchem Code : Not applicable DG Class / Sub Risk : Not applicable
  • Manufacturers Code : 2000 Poisons Schedule : Not applicable
  • AS 1940 Class : C2 Use : Automotive Engine Oil

Physical Description / Properties

Appearance : Light Amber Liquid  Odour : Mild

Boiling Point : > 190 cph : Not applicable

Melting point : Not applicable

Pour Point : – 24 c

Viscosity @ 40 c , cst : 122

Viscosity @ 100 c , cst : 15.5

Vapour Pressure (mm of Hg at 25 c) : < 0.1

Specific Gravity : 0.886

Flash Point : 120 c (IP 36/ ASTM D-92)

Flammability Limits : LEL Not established , UEL Not established

Solubility in water (g/L) : Negligible


Chemical Entity (CAS No)  Proportion



All components are registered in accordance with the Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances .


HEALTH EFFECTS : No significant effects expected


  • Swallowed: Practically non-toxic (LD50 : greater than 2000 mg/kg)
  • Eye: Practically non-irritating (Draize score : 0 to 6 or less)
  • Skin: Practically non-toxic (LD50 : greater than 2000 mg/kg) Practically non-irritating

(Primary Irritation Index : greater than 0.5 but less than 3 )

  • Inhaled : Not applicable

CHRONIC: Refer to health effects above

Toxicity Irritation

.               Oral     Dermal     Inhaled     Eye     Skin

(MHC):    0*           0*               NA           0*        1*

Assigned codes 0-4 with 0 indicating lowest MHC

Classification : NA = not applicable , NE = not established , C = corrosive

* indicates estimated code based on testing of similiar products and/or the components


  • Swallowed: Not expected to be a problem when ingested. If uncomfortable seek medical attention.
  • Eye: Flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, call a doctor.
  • Skin: Wash contact areas with water.
  • Inhaled: Not expected to be a problem, but move any effected person to fresh air.

ADVICE TO DOCTOR: Treat symptoms with reference to specific health effects identified above


Exposure standards:   5.00 mg/M3 suggested for oil mist (Refer Worksafe Australia Exposure Standards)

Engineering Controls: No special requirements under normal conditions of use and with adequate ventilation .

Personal Protection:

  • Eye protection: Normal industrial eye protection practices should be adhered to.
  • Skin protection: No special equipment required. However, good personal hygiene practices should always be followed .
  • Inhalation: No special requirements under ordinary conditions of use and with adequate ventilation .
  • Flammability limits: LEL Not established , UEL Not established


Storage and Transport :

  • UN No. : Not applicable
  • Shipping : Not applicable
  • Hazchem code : Not applicable

Dangerous Goods Class/ Subsidiary Risk : Not applicable AS 1940 Class : C2

Spills and Disposal :

Contain and absorb on fire retardant treated sawdust , diatomaceous earth etc . Shovel up and dispose of at an appropriate licensed waste disposal site in accordance with current applicable laws and regulations and product characteristics at the time of disposal .

Product is suitable for burning in an enclosed controlled burner for fuel value or disposal by supervised incineration .

Such burning may be limited by the local authority .

In addition the product is suitable for processing by an approved recycling facility or can be disposed of at any licensed waste disposal site .

Use of these methods is subject to user compliance with applicable laws and regulations and consideration of product characteristics at time of disposal .

Fire/Explosion Hazard: Combustible . Not flammable under conditions of use .

Flash Point : 120 c (IP36/ASTM D 92)

Flammability Limits: LEL Not established , UEL Not established

Extinguishing Media: Foam , Dry Chemical , CO2 and water fog .

Special Fire fighting Procedures: Water or dry foam may cause frothing . Use water to cool fire exposed containers. Water spray may be used to flush spills away from exposures . Prevent runoff from fire control or dilution from entering waterways, sewers or drinking water supply .

Special Protective equipment: For fires in enclosed areas firefighters must use self-contained breathing apparatus .

Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: None

Other information :  Reactivity Data

  • Stability (Thermal, Light etc.): Stable
  • Conditions to Avoid : Extreme Heat
  • Incompatibility (Materials to avoid): Strong Oxidisers
  • Hazardous Decomposition Products: Carbon Monoxide
  • Hazardous Polymerization: Will Not Occur


Oral Toxicity (Rats): Practically non-toxic (LD 50: Greater than 2000 mg/kg ) based on testing of similiar products and/or the components.

Dermal Toxicty (Rabbits): Practically non-toxic (LD 50: Greater than 2000 mg/kg ) based on testing of similiar products and/or the components.

Inhalation Toxicity (Rats): Not applicable. Harmful concentrations of mists and/or vapours are unlikely to be ecountered through any customary or reasonably foreseeable handling , use or misuse of this product.

Eye Irritation (Rabbits): Practically non-irritating. (Draize score 0 or greater, but 6 or less) based on testing of similiar products and/or the components .

Skin Irritation (Rabbits): Practically non-irritating. (Primary Irritation Index : greater than 0.5 , but less than 3) based on testing of similiar products and/or the components.

Subchronic Toxicology (Summary):

Severely solvent refined and severely hydro treated mineral base oils have been tested at the Mobil Environmental and Health Sciences laboratory by dermal application to rats 5 day/week for 90 days at doses significantly higher than those expected during normal industrial exposure . Extensive evaluations including examinations of internal organs and clinical chemistry of body fluids , showed no adverse effects .

Chronic Toxicology (Summary):

The base oils in this product are severely solvent refined and/or severely hydro-treated . Chronic mouse skin painting studies of similiar oils showed no evidence of carcinogenic effects . These results are confirmed on a continuing basis using the Mobil Modified Ames Test .

Sensitization (Summary):

Representative solvent refined mineral oils have not caused skin sesitization in guinea pigs .



It is believed that the information given in this bulletin is accurate at the issue date . It is offered in good faith , but without guarantee and without acceptance of responsibility for its accuracy .

We pursue a policy of ongoing research and development aimed at product improvement and therefore may change the formulation , specification and characteristics of its products without notice .

It is the users responsibility to verify the current formulation , specification or characteristics of a product , and to ascertain that it is suitable for an intended use or application .

DATE : June 20 2014.