DAIRY POWER BACK-UP LOW FOAM HEAVY DUTY ALKALINE CLEANER

Australia - English - APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority)

Active ingredient:
NON-IONIC DETERGENTS; SODIUM HYDROXIDE
Available from:
ECOLAB PTY LIMITED
INN (International Name):
sodium hydroxide(644g/L)+non-ionic detergents(6g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
LIQUID
Composition:
NON-IONIC DETERGENTS EMULSIFIERS & SURFACTANTS-NONI Active 6.0 g/L; SODIUM HYDROXIDE MINERAL-SODIUM-BASE Active 644.0 g/L
Units in package:
200L; 20L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
ECOLAB
Therapeutic group:
MILKING EQUIPMENT | MILKING MACHINE
Therapeutic area:
DAIRY CLEANSER
Therapeutic indications:
RESIDUE, DIRT IN MILKING EQUIPMENT
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP:N/A; Host/pest details: MILKING EQUIPMENT: [RESIDUE, DIRT IN MILKING EQUIPMENT]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: MILKING EQUIPMENT: [RESIDUE, DIRT IN MILKING EQUIPMENT]; A strong alkaline detergent designed to remove stubborn soils and is suitable for use in most automatic wash systems where liquids are preferred.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
49183
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

POISON

LOW FOAM, HEAVY DUTY ALKALINE CLEANER

Active Constituents:

644g/L

SODIUM HYDROXIDE,

6g/l

NQNIONIC DETERGENT

BACK~UP

is a strong alkaline detergent designed

remove stubborn soils and

suitable for use in most automatic wash systems where liquids are

preferred.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

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CAUSTIC

ALKALI

LIQUID

N,O,S,

(CONTAINS

SODIUM

HYDROXIDE)

KEEP

REACH

CHILDREN

READ

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

BEFORE

OPENING

USING

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B.ACK-UP

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PRODUCTCODE

6803200

200L

14968

SITUATION

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Campbell

Cleantec

CampbeU

Brothers

Limned

Trading

Campbell

Cleantec

Head

Office:

Perivale

Street,

Darra

4076

Australia

Customer

service:

1800

Emergency

Number:

1800628724

Incorporated

Queensland

50mL per 10L

(hard water

COnditions)"

Ensure

safety

glasses

arewom when

filling

reservoirs

m per

making

cleaning

solutions.

(soft water conditions)

Care

should

taken

adding

BACK-UP

make

up tank.

Use a smallInitial

volume

of warmwater«50"C).

Note:

violent

reaction

occur

added

directly

boiling

water.

Above

300ppm

considered

considered

as Hard

Water

conditions.

The water hardness

be tested by your Campbell

Cleantee field

representative.

MILKING

PLANTS·

After the initial

rinse,

add sufficient BACK·UP 10

the reservoir to suit

water

volume to be circulated. The

wash

step

: should

3 to 5 minutes at

65°G-85"C.

milk contact surfaces

: should

rinsed and sanilised prior to

next

milking.

MIL.KVATS

.AUTO

WASH

above

with a maximum

temperature of

75°C,

ideally

used

after a warm rinse.

USE BY DATE:

BATCH NO.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE,OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE

LEGILSATION.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEAAND ENVIRONMENT: Do not contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemicalor used

containers.

STORAGE

DISPOSAL:

Store

closed,

original

container

in a

cool,

well

ventilated

area.

Do not

store

prolonged

periods

in direct

sunlight.

Triple

preferably

pressure

rinse

containers

before

disposal.

rinsings

to spraytank. Do not

dispose

undiluted

chemicals

on site.

recycling,

replace

cap and

return

clean

containers

recycler

or desiglated

collection

point.

If not

recycling,

break,

crush,or

puncture

and buryempty

containers

in a local

authority

landfill.

If no

landfill

available,

bury

rontalnersbelow

500mm

in a

DATE OF MANUFACTURE:

disposal

spedficaUy

marked

and setup for this

purpose

clearof

waterways,

desirable

vegetation

tree

roots.

Empty

containers

product

should

burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

Product is poisonous if swallowed.

The product is alkaline.

AvoW

contact with eyes, skin and clothing.

When

preparing

solution, wear elbow length rubber neoprene gloves, face shield or goggles.

If product or solution on skin immediatelywash area with soap and water.

Wash hands after use.

After each day's use wash gloves, face shield

goggles and contaminatedclothing.

FIRST AID: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre, phoneAustralia

131126.

If swallowed,do NOT induce vomiting.

Give

NRA APPROVAL

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glass of water.

If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated

clothing and wash skin

thorOtJghly.

For further information refer to Material

Safety Data Sheet.

DAIRYPOWER BACK-UP 1. Identificationofthe material and supplier

Material Safety Data Sheet

Trade name ofproduct DAIRY POWER BACK-UP

Emergencytelephone

number :

SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION ADG :

:

Material uses Cleaning product : Supplier :ECOLAB PTY LTD (A.B.N. 59 000 449 990)

6 Hudson Ave, Castle Hill NSW2154

Customer Service phone: 1 800 022 002

Free FaxNumber: 1 800 655679

Date ofissue : Use up to 0.5% in water

26 April 2012 Product dilution information:

2. Hazards identification

Safetyphrases S26- In case ofcontact with eyes, rinse

immediatelywith plentyof water and seek

medical advice.

S28- After contact with skin, wash immediately

with plentyofwater.

S36/37/39- Wear suitable protective clothing,

gloves and eye/face protection.

S45- In case ofaccident or if you feel unwell,

seekmedical advice immediately(show the

label where possible). : Classification C - Corrosive :

Risk phrases R35- Causes severe burns.

R41- Riskofserious damage to eyes. : Statementof

hazardous/dangerous

nature :Classified as hazardousaccording to the

criteria ofSafe WorkAustralia andclassified

as dangerous goodsaccording to the ADG

Code. Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

Not applicable. Not classifiedas hazardousaccording to

the criteria of Safe WorkAustralianor

classified as dangerous goodsaccording

to the ADG Code.

Not classified.

Not applicable.

Ingredient name CAS number Concentration% (w/w)

sodiumhydroxide 1310-73-2 30 - 60 3. Composition/informationoningredients

Product AS SOLD

Product ATUSE DILUTION Other ingredients, determinednot to be hazardous according to Safe WorkAustralia criteria, and not dangerous according

to the ADG Code, make up the product concentration to 100%.

Ingredients, determined not to be hazardous according to Safe WorkAustralia criteria, and not dangerous according to the

ADG Code, make up the product concentration to 100%.

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Do not induce vomiting. Rinse mouth; then drink

one or two large glasses ofwater. Contact a

doctor or a Poisons InformationCentre (Phone:

13 11 26). Never give anythingbymouth to an

unconscious person. Ifvomiting occurs, the head

should be kept lowso that vomit does not enter

Skin contact In case ofcontact, immediatelyflush eyes with

plentyofwater for at least 15 minutes. Get

medical attention immediately.

In case ofcontact, immediatelyflush skin with

plentyofwater for at least 15 minutes while

removing contaminatedclothingand shoes. Get

medical attention immediately. Wash clothing

before reuse. Clean shoes thoroughlybefore

reuse.

Ifinhaled, remove tofresh air. Ifnot breathing,

give artificial respiration. If breathing is difficult,

give oxygen. Get medical attention immediately.

Notes to physician Probable mucosal damage maycontraindicate

the use of gastric lavage. Measures against

circulatoryshock, respiratorydepression and

Eye contact :

:

:

:

4. First-aid measures

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

Rinse with plentyofrunning water. Get

medical attention if symptoms occur.

In case ofcontact, immediatelyflush skin with

plentyofwater. Get medical attention if

symptoms occur. Wash clothing before

reuse.

Remove tofresh air. Get medical attention if

symptoms occur.

Do not induce vomiting. Rinse mouth; then

drinkone or two large glasses ofwater.

Contact a doctor or a Poisons Information

Centre (Phone: 13 11 26).

No specific treatment. Treat symptomatically.

Use an extinguishing agent suitable for the surrounding fire. Extinguishingmedia

5. Fire-fighting measures

Promptlyisolate the scene byremoving all persons fromthe vicinityofthe incident if

there is a fire. No action shallbe taken involving anypersonal riskor without suitable

training.

No specific hazard. Hazchem code :2R

Fire/explosionhazards : :

Hazardous thermal

decomposition products Decompositionproducts mayincludethe following materials:

carbon dioxide

carbon monoxide

nitrogen oxides

phosphorus oxides

metal oxide/oxides Special protective

equipmentfor fire-fighters :Fire-fighters should wear appropriate protective equipment and self-contained breathing

apparatus (SCBA) with a full face-piece operatedin positive pressure mode. Fire-fighting media and

instructions Product AS SOLD

Environmental

precautions Personal precautions

Avoid dispersal of spilt materialand runoffand

contact withsoil, waterways, drains and sewers.

Informthe relevant authorities if the product has

caused environmental pollution(sewers,

waterways, soilor air). Immediatelycontact emergencypersonnel.

Keep unnecessarypersonnel away. Use

suitableprotective equipment. :

: 6. Accidental release measures

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

Immediatelycontact emergencypersonnel.

Keep unnecessarypersonnel away. Use

suitableprotective equipment.

Avoid dispersal of spilt materialand runoff

and contact with soil, waterways, drains and

sewers. Informthe relevant authorities if the

product has caused environmental pollution

(sewers, waterways, soilor air).

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6. Accidental release measures

:Stop leakif without risk. Movecontainers from

spillarea. Approach the release fromupwind.

Prevent entryinto sewers, water courses,

basements or confined areas. Wash spillages

into an effluent treatment plant or proceed as

follows. Contain andcollect spillage with non-

combustible, absorbent materiale.g. sand,

earth, vermiculite or diatomaceous earth and

place incontainer fordisposal according to local

regulations (see section 13). Dispose ofvia a

licensed waste disposal contractor.

Contaminated absorbent materialmaypose the

same hazard as the spilt product. Note: see

section 1for emergencycontact information

Methods for cleaning

up Stop leakif without risk. Movecontainers

fromspillarea. Prevent entryinto sewers,

water courses, basements or confined areas.

Wash spillages into an effluent treatment

plant or proceed as follows. Contain and

collect spillage with non-combustible,

absorbent materiale.g. sand, earth,

vermiculite or diatomaceous earth and place

in container for disposal accordingto local

regulations (see section 13). Dispose ofvia a

licensed waste disposal contractor. Note: see

section 1for emergencycontact information

and section 13 for waste disposal.

Handling

Put on appropriate personal protective

equipment (see Section 8). Eating, drinking and

smoking should be prohibitedin areas where

this materialis handled, stored and processed.

Workers should wash hands and face before

eating, drinking and smoking. Remove

contaminated clothing and protective equipment

before enteringeating areas. Do not get ineyes

or on skin or clothing. Do not breathe vapour or

mist. Do not ingest. Ifduring normal use the

materialpresents a respiratoryhazard, use only

with adequate ventilationor wear appropriate

respirator. Keep in theoriginal container or an

approved alternative made froma compatible

material, kept tightlyclosed when not in use.

Keep awayfromacids. Emptycontainers retain

product residueand can be hazardous. Do not

reuse container.

Keep container tightlyclosed. Keep container in

: 7. Handlingand storage

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

Put on appropriate personal protective

equipment (see Section 8). Eating, drinking

and smoking should be prohibitedin areas

where this materialis handled, stored and

processed. Workers should wash hands and

face before eating, drinking and smoking.

Remove contaminated clothing and protective

equipment before entering eating areas.

Keep container tightlyclosed. Keep container

in a cool, well-ventilatedarea.

Engineering measures Ifuser operations generate dust, fumes, gas,

vapour or mist, use processenclosures, local

exhaust ventilationor other engineering controls

to keep worker exposure to airborne

contaminants belowanyrecommended or

statutorylimits.

Personal protection : sodiumhydroxide Safe Work Australia (Australia, 8/2005).

PEAK: 2 mg/m³ 15 minute(s). Ingredient name Exposure limits 8. Exposure controls/personalprotection

Occupational exposure limits

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

No special ventilationrequirements. Good

general ventilationshould besufficient to

control worker exposure to airborne

contaminants. Ifthis product contains

ingredients with exposure limits, use process

enclosures, local exhaust ventilationor other

engineeringcontrols to keep worker exposure

Product AS SOLD

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8. Exposure controls/personalprotection

Wash hands, forearms and face thoroughlyafter handling chemical products, before

eating, smoking and using the lavatoryand at theend of the working period.

Appropriatetechniques shouldbe used to remove potentiallycontaminatedclothing.

Wash contaminatedclothingbefore reusing. Ensure that eyewash stations and

safetyshowers are close to the workstation location. Hygiene measures Skin Ifventilation is inadequate, use respirator that

will protect against organic vapour and

dust/mist. Respiratoryprotection should

conformto AS/NZS 1715 and AS/NZS 1716.

Wear synthetic apron, other protective

equipment as necessaryto prevent skin

contact. Use chemical-resistant, impervious gloves.

Recommended: Elbowlength PVC gloves. Hands Wear chemical splash goggles. For continued

or severe exposure wear a face shield over the

goggles. Eyes

Respiratory

: :

: : : Recommended: Safetyglasses.

Recommended: PVC gloves.

A respirator is not needed under normal and

intended conditions of product use.

No special protective clothing is required.

>100°C (>212°F) Physical state

Boiling point Liquid.

Amine-like Odour

pH Amber [Dark] Colour

Flash point Product does not support combustion. 11 to 13 [Conc. (% w/w): 100%] :

:

:

:

Relative density :1.46 to 1.48 :

Solubility Easilysolublein thefollowing materials: cold

water and hot water. : : 9. Physical and chemical properties

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

Liquid.

Amber [Dark]

Amine-like

Product does not support combustion. 13 to 14

Hazardous decomposition

products Under normal conditions of storage and use, hazardous decompositionproducts should

not be produced. The product is stable. Stability

Highlyreactive or incompatible with thefollowing materials: acids.

Reactive or incompatible with thefollowing materials: metals and moisture.

Slightlyreactive or incompatible with thefollowing materials: alkalis. Materials to avoid :

:

: Conditions to avoid No specific data. : 10. Stabilityandreactivity

Possibility of hazardous

Product AS SOLD

Stability

11. Toxicological information

Potential acute healtheffects

Inhalation Maygive offgas, vapor or dust that is very

irritating or corrosive to the respiratorysystem.

Exposure to decompositionproducts maycause

a health hazard. Serious effectsmaybe

delayed following exposure. :

Ingestion Maycause burnsto mouth, throat andstomach. :

Skin contact Severelycorrosive to the skin. Causes severe

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

No known significant effectsor critical

hazards.

No known significant effectsor critical

hazards.

No known significant effectsor critical

hazards.

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11. Toxicological information

Eye contact Severelycorrosive to the eyes. Causessevere

burns. :

Potential chronic health effects

Carcinogenicity

Mutagenicity No known significant effectsor criticalhazards.

No known significant effectsor criticalhazards. :

:

Reproductive toxicity No known significant effectsor criticalhazards. : No known significant effectsor critical

hazards.

12. Ecological information

Mobility Not available. :

Ecotoxicity data

sodiumhydroxide Acute EC50 156 mg/L 48 hours

Acute EC50 45.4 mg/L 48 hours

Acute EC50 40mg/L 48 hours

Acute LC50 189mg/L 96 hours

Acute LC50 72 mg/L 96 hours Product/ingredientname Species Result Exposure

Product AS SOLD

Not available. :

Methods ofdisposal :The generation of waste shouldbe avoided or

minimised wherever possible. Empty

containers or liners mayretain some product

residues. This materialand its container must

be disposed ofin a safe way. Significant

quantities of waste product residues shouldnot

be disposed ofvia the foul sewer but processed

in a suitable effluent treatment plant. Dispose

ofsurplus and non-recyclable productsvia a

licensed waste disposal contractor. Disposal of

this product, solutions and anyby-products

should at all times complywith therequirements

ofenvironmental protection and waste disposal

legislationand anyregionallocal authority

requirements. Avoid dispersal of spilt material

and runoffand contact with soil, waterways,

13. Disposal considerations

Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

The generation of waste shouldbe avoided or

minimised wherever possible. Empty

containers or liners mayretain some product

residues. This materialand its container

must be disposed ofin a safe way.

Significant quantities ofwaste product

residues should not be disposed of via the

foul sewer but processed in a suitable effluent

treatment plant. Dispose ofsurplus and non-

recyclableproducts via a licensed waste

disposal contractor. Disposal of this product,

solutions and anyby-productsshould at all

times complywith therequirements of

environmental protection and waste disposal

legislationand anyregionallocal authority

requirements. Avoid dispersal of spilt

materialand runoffand contact with soil,

waterways, drains and sewers.

14. Transport information

Regulation UN numberProper shipping name Classes Packing

group

ADG SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION 8 II UN1824 Additional information

Hazchem code

Product AS SOLD

IMDG UN1824 SODIUM HYDROXIDE SOLUTION 8 II Emergencyschedules

(EmS)

F-A, S-B

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14. Transport information

Product ATUSE DILUTION

Not intended for transport.

15. Regulatoryinformation

Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines andPoisons

Control ofScheduled Carcinogenic Substances

Ingredient name Schedule

No listed substance S6 Australia inventory(AICS) AU Classification

: :

Allsubstances are listed on AICSor exempt. C - Corrosive

R35- Causes severe burns.

R41- Riskofserious damage to eyes. Product AS SOLD Product ATUSE DILUTION

Not classified. Not applicable. Classified as hazardousaccording to the

criteria ofSafe WorkAustralia andclassified

as dangerous goodsaccording to the ADG

Code. Not classifiedas hazardousaccording to

the criteria of Safe WorkAustralianor

classified as dangerous goodsaccording

to the ADG Code.

Theaboveinformationisbelievedtobecorrectwithrespecttotheformulausedtomanufacturetheproductin

thecountryoforigin.Asdata,standards,andregulationschange,andconditionsofuseandhandlingare

beyondourcontrol,NOWARRANTY,EXPRESSORIMPLIED,ISMADEASTOTHECOMPLETENESSOR

CONTINUING ACCURACY OF THIS INFORMATION. Disclaimer References : 16. Other information

Date ofprevious issue 14 February2012 Prepared by RegulatoryAffairs

-ADG Code - Australian Transport of Dangerous Goods

-Adopted National Exposure Standard for Atmospheric Contaminants inthe Occupational Environment

-ApprovedCriteria for ClassifyingHazardous Substances

-List of Designated Hazardous Substances

-NationalCode ofPractice for the Labelling ofWorkplace Substances

-NationalCode ofPractice for the PreparationofMaterial SafetyData Sheets

-NationalModel Regulations for the ControlofScheduled Carcinogenic Substances

-NationalModel Regulations for the ControlofWorkplace Hazardous Substances

-Standardfor the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons :

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