LONG LIFE ALGICIDE

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • AQUACHLOR LONG-LIFE ALGAECIDE ALGAE CONTROL
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • LIQUID
  • Units in package:
  • 1L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Equipment
  • Medicine type:
  • Agrochemical
  • Manufactured by:
  • AQUA-HEALTH

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • AQUACHLOR LONG-LIFE ALGAECIDE ALGAE CONTROL
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • SWIMMING POOL
  • Therapeutic area:
  • algaecide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • ALGAE
  • Product summary:
  • Controls algae and keeps your pool clear for up to 3 months.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered and available
  • Authorization number:
  • 31033/0804
  • Authorization date:
  • 22-09-2004
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

Patient Information leaflet: composition, indications, side effects, dosage, interactions, adverse reactions, pregnancy, lactation

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314800094581

DIRECTIONS

Algaecide

products

MUST

used

wi1h

registerlld

sanitiser

when

l!1e

pool

used

ba1lling

Pool

Volume

'0,000

20,000

51),000

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(&lnsl

Rate

200mL

400mL

Litre

Lilre

USED

PtlRPOSE

MANNER

CONllWlY

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTllORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

LEGlSLATK*.

Copper

concenlnltion

l!1e

swimming

pool

must

exceed

'mgIL.

STORAGE

DISPOSAL

KEEP

REACH

CHILDREN

Store

l!1e

closed,

original

container

in a

cool

place

reach

dlildren.

store

diect

sunighL

Dispose

containllf

wrapping

paper,

placing

plastic

placing

garbage

bin.

SAFETY

DlRECTK*S

irritate

1Ile

eyes

skin.

Avoid

contact

wi1h

eyes

Skil

Wash

hands

after

use.

FIRST

poisoning

occurs,

conlacl

00cI0r

Poisons

Information

centre

(Phone

Australia

131126;

Zealand

034747000

[Not

after

2005]

0800764766).

swallowed.

induce

vcmiting.

Give

glass

water.

skin

contact

occurs,

IBmOI'e

contaminated

do1lling

wash

skin

lhorough~.

If in

eyes,

hold

eyes

open,

flood

with

walBr

least

minutes

00cI0r.

D.O.".

B.N.

AVPIIAAPPROVAL

NUMBER

31033111O&G4

Wa1Ilto

62002070733

South

S1reet

Rydalmere

2116

Auslralia

9795

5500

A69081

CAUTION

used

food

container,

Excessive

copper

concentrations

stain

hair

swin

wear

well

discolour

pool

surfaces.

GENERAL

INSTRUCTK*S

Clean

pooI11lornughly,

brush

walls

floor.

Vacuum

pool.

Adjust

between

7.6.

Filter

nonnaI.

l!1e

pool

skimmer

MIJf

adding

product

SYIilch

filler

brush

waHs

roo-

pooIlhoroug~.

.AJ1ow

sediment

sellle

hours

l!1en

vacuum

dirdy

waste.

necessary

repeat

aftet'

days.

Cop[ler

water

reduc:es

activity

chlorine

bromile.

Check

chlorine

bromine

levels

after

applying

1Ilis

product

adjJst

aa:onling

those

prticlJcts

instructions.

adlI

calcium

hypochlorite

alkaline

ma1eria1

week

ilfter

adding

Aquachlor

Long

.AJgaecide.

AQuachlor

AIgaec.\ie

should

nixed

with

ol!1er

chemicals

should

added

direclly

1Ile

pool

water.

WINTER

IIAlNTENANCE

winleriser

l!1e

Imswimming

mon1lls

keep

paoIs

flee

roost

aklae.

l!1e

pOOl

inll!nd9d

used

bafFling

such

during

winter.

algaecide

used

wi1llout

sanitiser

algae

conbol.

Litre

APVMA

APPROVED

LABEL

copy

LONG-LIFE

ALGAECIDE

ALGAE

CONTROL

ACTIVE

CONSmUENT:

25.5

COPPER

(Cu)

PRESENT

CUPRIC

HYDROXY

ACID

COMPLEX

CONTROLS ALGAE

KEEPS

YOUR POOL

CLEAR FOR

UP TO 3

MONTHS

Label image proudly supplied by

infopest@dpi.qld.gov.au

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