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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)
BOMAC Laboratories Limited urges recipient of this MSDS to study it carefully
to become aware of, and understand, the hazards associated with the product.
To promote safe handling, each recipient should notify its employees, agents and others who
will use this material and any other information regarding hazards or safety.
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Product name: Thiaject UN Number: Free
Other Names: Vitamin B1 Injection Dangerous Goods Class: N/A
Animal Remedies Board (ARB) Subsidiary Risk: N/A
Product Licence Number: 4670 HAZCHEM Code: N/A Toxic Substances Schedule: N/A
Use: For animal treatment only. Sterile injection for horses and dogs. To assist in the treatment of
Vitamin B1 deficiencies.
Physical Description: A clear colourless liquid
with the characteristic odour of Thiamine.
Active Ingredients: Thiamine Hydrochloride
CAS* 67-03-8 100mg/mL
Methyl Hydroxybenzoate CAS* 99-76-3
Propyl Hydroxybenzoate CAS* 94-13-3
Manufacturer: BOMAC Laboratories Ltd
Cnr Wiri Station Road & Hobill Avenue
P O Box 76-369, Manukau City, Auckland, New Zealand
Phone: (09) 262-3169 Facsimile: (09) 262-3008
HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION
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Swallowed:Low order of oral toxicity. No
untoward effects occur when Thiamine is
administered by mouth in amounts many times
greater than the therapeutic dose.
Eye:May cause transient stinging or redness if
accidental eye contact occurs.
*CAS, Chemical Abstracts Service Registry
PRODUCT: Thiaject ARB Licence No: 4670
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HEALTH EFFECTS (continued)
Skin:Slight skin irritation may occur in
Inhaled:No inhalation hazard identified from
Swallowed:Rinse mouth out with water. Give
plenty of water to drink. Seek medical attention.
Eye:Flush out with a gentle stream of clean
water for 15 minutes. Seek medical advice if
stinging or redness persists.
Skin:Wash contact areas with water. Remove
contaminated clothing and launder before re-
Inhalation:Remove from further exposure. If
unconsciousness occurs, seek immediate
medical attention. If breathing has stopped, use
mouth to mouth resuscitation.
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PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
Exposure Limits:Not established. Use only as
Ventilation:No special ventilation is
recommended under normal conditions of use.
No special respiratory protection equipment is
recommended under normal conditions of use
with sufficient ventilation.
Personal Protection:Avoid eye and skin
contact. Wear eye protection (face visor or
goggles) if accidental eye contact can occur.
Observe good personal hygiene.
Flammability:Non flammable. Keep well away
from heat and keep container closed when not
PRODUCT: Thiaject ARB Licence No.: 4670
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SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION
Storage and Transport:Store below 20 o
Protect from light. Containers should always be
kept closed in storage and properly labelled.
Store only in original containers.
Spills and Disposal: Remove with liquid
binding material (e.g. sand, sawdust or
diatomaceous earth). Wash the residue from the
contaminated area with water. Dispose of waste
in compliance with local waste disposal
regulations. Small quantities and residues may
be flushed into drains.
Fire/Explosion Hazard:The product is non
flammable. Use water spray, foam, powder and
Carbon Dioxide fire extinguishers. Use water
sprays to cool fire exposed surfaces and any
adjacent storage vessels.
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Sheet Dated: 6 August 1996 Supersedes Sheet
Contact Point: Dr Bruce Vautier B.V.Sc
Manager, Technical Services
BOMAC Laboratories Ltd
Cnr Wiri Station Road & Hobill Avenue
PO Box 76-369, Manukau City, Auckland,
Phone: (09) 262-3169
Facsimile: (09) 262-3008
National Poisons Information Centre OR Contact your local Poisons
University of Otago, Medical School Information Centre for
PO Box 913 further advice.
Phone: (03) 474 7000
The information in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge, representative of the product.
As conditions of use are beyond the control of BOMAC Laboratories Ltd no legal responsibility is
accepted for the use of this information.