Mega Cut Aggro - Grinding Accelerator - 30kg
Mega Cut Aggro - Grinding Accelerator - 30kg

Mega Cut Aggro - Grinding Accelerator - 30kg

Regular price $220.48

ACCELERATE your grinding!

Cut through surface contaminates FASTER!

MAXIMISE grinding performance!

FAST TRACK your surface preparation!

Metal bond PERFORMANCE never seen before! Our Mega Cut Aggro is the grinding compound of choice for fantastic metal bond grinding impact. Maximises grinding performance on hard to very hard concrete. Designed to keep grinding tool at their sharpest. Promotes consistent grinding performance whilst increasing the aggressiveness of the tool at hand.

Range of application:Suitable for (but not limited to) use on the following materials: Concrete / Terazzo / Natural stone

Promotes greater material removal.

Enhances scratch pattern consistency.

Significantly increases grinding speed.

Water based.

Easy to apply.





Section 1.                 Identification of the material and the supplier


Product:                                               Mega Grind Aid


Product Use:                              Grinding Compound / Accelerator

Restriction of Use:                       Refer to Section 15


New Zealand Supplier:                       Mega Diamond Tools Ltd

Address:                                   36D Hillside Road

                                              Wairau Park



Telephone:                                         0800 BUY MEGA


Emergency Telephone:                   0800 764 766 (National Poison Centre)


Date of SDS Preparation:              5 June 2018


Section 2.                 Hazards Identification


This substance is NOT hazardous according to the EPA Hazardous Substances (Classification) Notice 2017


Section 3.                 Composition / Information on Ingredients








Water and non-hazardous ingredients

To bal



Section 4.                 First Aid Measures


Routes of Exposure:


If in Eyes               Rinse cautiously with water for 15 minutes. If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice.


If on Skin               Wash with plenty of soap and water. If skin irritation occurs: get medical advice/attention.


If Swallowed           Rinse mouth. Never give anything to the mouth of an unconscious person.   If vomiting occurs, place victim face downwards, with the head turned to the side and lower than the hips to prevent vomit entering the lungs.  Seek medical attention if you feel unwell.


If Inhaled               Remove person to fresh air. Remove contaminated clothing and loosen             remaining clothing. Allow person to assume most comfortable position                                                    and keep warm. Keep at rest until fully recovered. Get medical advice if             breathing becomes difficult.






Section 5.                 Fire Fighting Measures


Hazard Type


Hazards from combustion products

None known.

Suitable Extinguishing media

This product is water based and is not combustible.

Precautions for firefighters and special protective clothing

No special precautions. Wear protective clothing suitable to surrounding materials.



None Allocated


Section 6.                 Accidental Release Measures


Wear protective equipment as detailed in Section 8.  Clear area of any unprotected personnel.  


Prevent product entering soil, natural waters and drains.


Large spillages should be contained and pumped into a receiving vessel. Small spillages should be absorbed on inert absorbent. For disposal methods refer to Section 13.


Section 7.                 Handling and Storage


Precautions for Handling:

  • No special precautions necessary.
  • Observe good house-keeping practice. Keep workplace well ventilated.
  • Wear personal protective equipment.


Precautions for Storage:

  • Store away from incompatible materials listed in Section 10.
  • Protect from frost and direct sunlight.
  • Store between +50C and +350C.
  • Do not use storage vessels or pipework made of aluminium, copper or their alloys.
  • Detailed advice on storage systems can be provided


Section 8                   Exposure Controls / Personal Protection


WORKPLACE EXPOSURE STANDARDS (provided for guidance only)


                                                                       TWA                            STEL

Substance                                                                           ppm   mg/m3           ppm   mg/m3


No ingredient has work exposure limits


Workplace Exposure Standard – Time Weighted Average (WES-TWA).The time-weighted average exposure standard designed to protect the worker from the effects of long-term exposure.  Workplace Exposure Standard – Short-Term Exposure Limit (WESSTEL). The 15-minute average exposure standard. Applies to any 15- Minute period in the working day and is designed to protect the worker against adverse effects of irritation, chronic or irreversible tissue  change, or narcosis that may increase the likelihood of accidents. The WES-STEL is not an alternative to the WES-TWA; both the short-term and time-weighted average exposures apply.


Engineering Controls      

Provide good general ventilation in the workplace. Where the product is dried or sprayed, local extraction is recommended.








Personal Protection        


Eye protection recommended. 

Hands and Skin

Impermeable gloves recommended. In case of severe splashing wear waterproof overalls and boots.  Wash with soap and water after handling.


If spraying product without local exhaust ventilation, wear a normal dust mask.


Do not eat, drink or smoke when handling product. The product may contain low levels of volatile organic compounds or ammonia which may evaporate during application and drying.


Section 9                   Physical and Chemical Properties



Grey Paste


Faint aromatic

Odour Threshold

Not available


9 – 11

Boiling Point

Not available

Melting Point

Not available

Freezing Point

Not available

Flash Point

Not applicable


Not applicable

Upper and Lower Explosive Limits

Not available

Vapour Pressure

23 hPa @ 20°C

Vapour Density

Not available

Relative Density



Water: insoluble but miscible in all proportions

Partition Coefficient:

Not available

Auto-ignition Temperature

Not available

Decomposition Temperature

Not available

Kinematic Viscosity

Not applicable

Particle Characteristics

Not applicable


Section 10.   Stability and Reactivity


Stability of Substance

This product is stable under normal conditions.

Conditions to Avoid

None known.

Incompatible Materials

None known.

Hazardous Decomposition


None known.


Section 11                Toxicological Information


Acute Effects:



Not applicable.


Not applicable.


Not applicable.


Not applicable.


Not applicable.








Chronic Effects:



Not applicable.

Reproductive Toxicity

Not applicable.

Germ Cell Mutagenicity

Not applicable.


Not applicable.


Not applicable.


Not applicable.


Section 12.   Ecotoxicological Information


The product is not classified as Dangerous for the Environment.


Persistence and degradability

DOC elimination after 2 days (OECD302B): 98 % The product can be virtually eliminated from water by abiotic processes, e.g. adsorption onto activated sludge.


No evidence for bioaccumulation.

Mobility in Soil

No data available

Other adverse effects

No data available


Section 13.   Disposal Considerations


Waste product should not be discharged directly into drains or waterways without treatment. Disposal of product and packaging should always comply with local and national regulations. Waste water containing product should be treated in a separation and biological treatment plant.


Section 14                Transport Information


This product is NOT classified as a Dangerous Good for transport in NZ ; NZS 5433:2012


Section 15                Regulatory Information


This substance is NOT hazardous according to the EPA Hazardous Substances (Classification) Notice 2017


Section 16                Other Information


EC50                              Median effective concentration.

EEL                               Environmental Exposure Limit.

EPA                               Environmental Protection Authority

HSNO                            Hazardous Substances and New Organisms.

HSW                              Health and Safety at Work.

LC50                              Lethal concentration that will kill 50% of the test organisms      inhaling or ingesting it.

LD50                              Lethal dose to kill 50% of test animals/organisms.

LEL                               Lower explosive level.

OSHA                            American Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

TEL                               Tolerable Exposure Limit.

TLV                               Threshold Limit Value-an exposure limit set by responsible        authority.

UEL                               Upper Explosive Level

WES                              Workplace Exposure Limit

     References:1.    EPA Hazardous Substances (Safety Data Sheets) Notice 20172.     Workplace Exposure Standards and Biological Exposure Indices Nov 2017 edition.3.     Assigning a hazardous substance to a HSNO Approval (Aug 2013).4.     Transport of Dangerous goods on land NZS 5433:20125.     HSW (Hazardous Substances) Regulations 2017



This document has been prepared by TCC (NZ) Ltd and serves as the suppliers Safety Data Sheet ('SDS'). It is based on information concerning the product which has been provided to TCC (NZ) Ltd or obtained from third party sources and is believed to represent the current state of knowledge as to the appropriate safety and handling precautions for the product at the time of issue. Further clarification regarding any aspect of the product should be obtained directly from the manufacturer. While TCC (NZ) have taken all due care to include accurate and up-to-date information in this SDS, it does not provide any warranty as to accuracy or completeness. As far as lawfully possible, TCC (NZ) Ltd accept no liability for any loss, injury or damage (including consequential loss) which may be suffered or incurred by any person as a consequence of their reliance on the information contained in this SDS

The information herein is given in good faith, but no warranty, express or implied is made.

Please contact the New Zealand distributor, if further information is required.


Issue Date:            5 June 2018            Review Date:           5 June 2023