ZERO LOW IRRITANT INSECT KILLER

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • ZERO LOW IRRITANT INSECT KILLER
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Plants
  • Medicine type:
  • Allopathic drug

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • ZERO LOW IRRITANT INSECT KILLER
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • BEAN | CABBAGE | CAULIFLOWER | CUCUMBER | FLOWER | INDOOR PLANT | LETTUCE | PEA | POTATO | PUMPKIN | SHRUB | TOMATO | ZUCCHINI |
  • Therapeutic area:
  • INSECTICIDE
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • ANT | APHID | CABBAGE APHID | CABBAGE MOTH | HELICOVERPA SPP. | JASSID OR LEAFHOPPER | ONION OR COTTON SEEDLING THRIPS | PLAIN PUMPKIN BEETLE | POTATO MOTH | THRIP | TWENTYEIGHT-SPOTTED POTATO LADYBIRD | WHITEFLY | 28-SPOTTED POTATO LADYBIRD | ARGENTINE ANT | CORN EARWORM | COTTON BOLLWORM | COTTON JASSID | COTTON SEEDLING THRIPS | COTTON THRIPS | DIAMONDBACK MOTH | GREY CABBAGE APHID | HELIOTHIS | NATIVE BUDWORM | ONION THRIPS | PHARAOH ANT | POTATO TUBER MOTH | THRIPS SPP. | TOBACCO BUDWORM | TOBACCO LEAFMINER | TOMATO GRUB

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered
  • Authorization number:
  • 32622
  • Last update:
  • 09-08-2016

Summary of Product characteristics: dosage,interactions,side effects

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS No.: 14432 pg 1

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(EPG Reference: 2D1 )

Date of Issue : 29/10/96 Supersedes : 22/05/95

STATEMENT OF HAZARDOUS NATURE:

Not classified as hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia

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COMPANY NAME AND ADDRESS:

ARTHUR YATES & CO LIMITED Tel: (02) 9763 9200

21A RICHMOND ROAD Fax: (02) 9763 9300

HOMEBUSH NSW 2140 Emergency Tel: 13 1126

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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION:

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Product Name : ZERO LOW IRRITANT INSECT KILLER

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Correct Shipping Name : Aerosols

Other Names : No other names.

Manufacturer Product Code: 14432

UN Number : 1950

Dangerous Goods Class : 2.1

Subsidiary Risk : NONE

HazChem Code : 2Y

Packaging Group : NIL

Poisons Schedule No. : NONE

Use : Household insecticide aerosol spray.

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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES / DESCRIPTION:

Form : Aerosol, fine spray.

Colour : Clear.

Odour : Hydrocarbon odour.

Melting Point : Not applicable.

Boiling Point : Not applicable.

Vapour Press kPa @25C : Not determined.

Specific Gravity : 1.0

Flashpoint (C) : Not determined.

Flammability Limits% : Not established

Solubility in Water : Soluble.

INGREDIENTS: CHEMICAL ENTITY CAS No. PROPORTION

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Bioallethrin [584-79-2] 0.37%

Bioresmethrin [28434-01-7] 0.07%

Butylated Hydroxy - <10%

Toluene

Emulsifier - <10%

Hydrocarbon Solvent - 10-60%

Hydrocarbon - 10-60%

Propellant

Water - 10-60%

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS No.: 14432 pg 2

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HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION:

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HEALTH EFFECTS:

INFORMATION ON TOXICITY:

Oral LD50 for Bioallethrin 1042mg/Kg (female rat)

Oral LD50 for Bioresmethrin 7070-8000mg/Kg (rat).

Dermal LD50 for Bioallethrin > 3000mg/Kg (rabbit)

Dermal LD50 for Bioresmethrin >2000mg/Kg (rabbit)

These data refer to technical grade active constituents.

ACUTE EFFECTS:

SWALLOWED : Not normally applicable.

EYE : Irritant. Propellant can cause frost-bite effect.

SKIN : Slight irritant. Propellant can cause frost-bite

effect.

INHALED : Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating

and inhaling contents can be harmful and fatal.

CHRONIC EFFECTS : None documented.

FIRST AID:

SWALLOWED : Seek medical assistance.

EYE : Wash with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.

If irritation persists, seek medical advice.

SKIN : Wash with soap and water, if irritation persists

seek medical advice.

INHALED : Remove to fresh air. Render resuscitation if

required. Seek medical advice if adverse effects

pesist.

AID FACILITIES : Poisons Information Centres in each State

capital city may provide additional assistance.

ADVICE TO DOCTOR : Treat symptomatically.

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PRECAUTIONS FOR USE:

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EXPOSURE STANDARDS : No exposure standards have been assigned to this

product.

ENGINEERING CONTROLS : Natural ventilation should be adequate under normal

use conditions.

PERSONAL PROTECTION : None required.

FLAMMABILITY : Protect against fire and explosion. Do not

puncture or incinerate cans, store at room

temperate.

Highly flammable. Keep away from naked flame.

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SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION:

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STORAGE AND TRANSPORT : Store in closed original container in a dry, well

ventilated area, as cool as possible out of direct

sunlight, out of reach of children. This product

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET MSDS No.: 14432 pg 3

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must be stored and transported in accordance with

the Australian Dangerous Goods Code.

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL : After spillage/leakage, extinguish any possible

source of ignition. If a large spillage, alert and

evacuate all personnel from immediate area. Clean

affected area with aqueous detergent and water.

For a large spill it may be necessary to absorb

with earth, sand or inert absorbant and dispose of

in a designated land fill in accordance with local,

State and Federal regulations. Do not puncture or

incinerate cans even when empty.

FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD : Aerosol cans may explode on exposure to naked

flame.

EXTINGUISHING MEDIA : Water, Fog, Foam.

Prevent run off from entering drains.

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OTHER INFORMATION : This product is toxic to fish.

Do not contaminate ponds, waterways or ditches with

product or packaging.

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CONTACT POINTS : 1. TECHNICAL MANAGER. (02) 9763 9200

2. EMERGENCY ONLY (24 hrs) 13 1126

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DISCLAIMER

This Material Safety Data Sheet has been developed according to

Worksafe Australia / NOHSC Guidelines.

All information is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. Since

Arthur Yates & Co Limited cannot anticipate or control the conditions

under which this information may be used, each user should review

the information in the specific context of the intended application.

Arthur Yates & Co Limited will not be responsible for damages of any

nature resulting from use of or reliance upon the information.

No expressed or implied warranties are given other than those

implied mandatorily by Federal, State or Territory Legislation.

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