DOMINANT FATE INSECT SPRAY

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

Active ingredient:
ALLETHRIN 20:80 | PHENOTHRIN 20:80
Available from:
DOMINANT (AUSTRALIA) PTY. LTD.
Class:
AgChem
Therapeutic group:
DOMESTIC PEST CONTROL | GARDEN SHED | HOMESTEAD | HOUSES | OUTBUILDINGS
Therapeutic area:
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
COCKROACH | CRAWLING INSECT | FLY | FLYING INSECT | INSECT | MOSQUITO | SPIDER | ADULT MOSQUITOES | ANTS | COCKROACHS | FLEAS | FLIES | LARGE COCKROACH | MOSQUITOES | MOTHS | SILVERFISH | SMALL COCKROACH
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
51766
Authorization date:
1999-07-23

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Fate Flyspray

Date of Issue: 2 February, 2011

1. IDENTIFICATIONOFMATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

Product Name Fate Flyspray

Code 13765

Product Use Aerosol insecticide

CompanyName Dominant (Australia) Pty Ltd

(ABN 77007583 315)

Address 12 Coglin Street, Brompton SA 5007, Australia

Telephone 1300 789 852 or +61 (8) 8245 6900

Facsimile + 61 (8) 8340 1626

EmergencyPhone 1800 803 997

2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Classification HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE.DANGEROUS GOODS.

Poisons Schedule – Not classified

Risk Phrase R12 Extremely flammable

SafetyPhrases S2 Keep out of reach ofchildren

S23 Do not breathe vapour

S16 Keep away fromsources of ignition – No smoking

S51 Use only in well ventilated areas

3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients

Name

CAS

Proportion

Naphtha petroleum, heavy,

hydrotreated 64742-48-9 10 - 30%

Allethrin

Sumithrin 584-70-2

26002-80-2 <1%

<1%

Hydrocarbon propellant 68476-85-7 >60%

4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Ingestion If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting. Immediately wash out

mouth with water, and give water to drink. Seekmedical attention.

Eye If in eyes, hold eye lidsapart and flush the eye continuouslywith

running water. Continue flushing for at least 15minutes. Seek

medical attention.

Skin If skincontact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and flush

skin and hair with running water. Do not re-use contaminated

clothing until washed. Seek medical attention ifsymptoms persist.

Inhaled Remove promptly to fresh air. Seekmedical attention if required

First Aid Facilities An eye wash fountain, safety shower and general washing facility

should be available adjacent to thework area.

Advice to Doctor Treat symptomatically. For advice contact a Poisons Information

Centre. (Phone Australia 131 126;New Zealand 0800 764766)

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5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Extinguishing MediaUse water fog (or if unavailable finewater spray) for large fires only, dry

chemical, carbon dioxide or alcoholstable foam

Hazards from

Combustion Burning canproduce carbon monoxide and/or carbon dioxide

Precautions for Fire

Fighters Wear SCBA and gas tight chemicalresistantsuit. Aerosol cans may

explode on exposure to naked flames. Liquid and vapour are highly

flammable.

Hazchem 2Y

6. ACCIDENTALRELEASE MEASURES

Emergency

Procedures In the event of spillageeliminate allsources of ignition and take measures

prevent static discharge– no smoking. Ventilatearea. Keep unauthorised

people away.

Allow any damaged cans to vent to atmosphere.

Clean Up Remove damaged cans when empty and place in bin. Washarea with

detergent and water if any residue remains.

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling Use in a well ventilatedarea. Do not spray directly over people, animals,

fish tanks, exposed food or food utensils. Do notincinerate orpuncture

aerosol cans. Do not spray if smoking. Do not spray near naked flames

or ignitionsources.

Storage Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated place out of direct sunlight. Store

below 40ºC. Store away from incompatible materials such as oxidising

agents. Ensure storagearea is secure.

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

Exposure

Standards NOHSC exposure standard for hydrocarbon propellant.

TWA 1000ppm (1880 mg/m 3 )

Engineering

Controls Ensure ventilation isadequate to maintain levelsbelow exposure

standards.

Personal Protective

Equipment Not required for normal use.

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9. PHYSICALAND CHEMICALPROPERTIES

Appearance Aerosol cancontaining product withmint fragrance.

Solubilityin Water Insoluble.

pH Not applicable

Flash Point -81ºC (propellant)

Melting Point Not known

Boiling Point Not known

Specific Gravity 0.77

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability Stable product under normal storage conditions.

Hazardous

Polymerisation Will not occur

Conditions to

Avoid Heat, sparks, flame and build up ofstatic electricity.

Incompatible

Materials Will react with strong oxidising agents

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Ingestion Swallowing can resultinnausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain..

Eye Irritating to eyes.

Skin Prolonged contact with skin can result in irritationand redness.

Inhalation Vapours and mists may cause irritation to the mucous membranes and

upper respiratory tract. Intentional misuse by concentrating and inhaling

contents may be lethal.

Chronic Effects Prolonged or repeated exposure to this productmay result in skin

irritation andpossibly result in dermatitis.

Toxicological Data For naphtha petroleum, heavy, hydrotreated

Inhalation (rat) LC50: 3400ppm/4H

Oral (rat) LD 50: >8000mg/kg

12. ECOLOGICALINFORMATION

Ecotoxicity Unlikely to contaminate waterways due to physical nature ofproduct.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Refer to Waste Management Authority. Disposeof material through

licensed waste contractor. Assureconformity with all applicable

regulations.

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14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

UN No. 1950

Proper Shipping

Name

AEROSOL

Hazchem Code 2Y

Class 2.1

Packing Group None allocated

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Classification

Approvals This material is classified as hazardous according to criteriaof NOHSC

and as Dangerous Goods

16. OTHER INFORMATION

Contact Point Dominant Australia. Phone 08 82456900

24 hour medical emergency 1800 803 997

Date of preparation 2 nd February 2011

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