MORTEIN FAST KNOCKDOWN INSECT SPRAY KILLS FAST

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

Active ingredient:
BIOALLETHRIN | BIORESMETHRIN | TETRAMETHRIN
Available from:
RECKITT BENCKISER (AUSTRALIA) PTY LIMITED
Class:
AgChem
Therapeutic group:
DOMESTIC PEST CONTROL | GARDEN SHED | HOMESTEAD | HOUSES | OUTBUILDINGS
Therapeutic area:
HOUSEHOLD INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ANT | COCKROACH | FLEA | FLY | MOSQUITO | MOTH | SILVERFISH | SPIDER | WASP | ADULT | ADULT MOSQUITOES | ARGENTINE ANT | CTENOCEPHALIDES SPP. | GROUND FLEAS | LARGE COCKROACH | PHARAOH ANT | SMALL COCKROACH
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
54139
Authorization date:
2001-08-09

Product Safety Data Sheet

Document

Code: Version:

30770-SD AU

Description: Mortein Fast Knockdown Fly and Insect Killer Aerosol Status: Published

Revision

Reason: Issue

Date: Replace formula, Amend Sections 2 & 3 as per NOHSC

requirement.

PSDS

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PRODUCT NAME: Mortein Fast Knockdown Fly and Insect Killer Aerosol

OTHER NAMES: None

HAZARDOUS ACCORDING TO CRITERIA OF NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

COMMISSION

COMPANY DETAILS

AUSTRALIA

COMPANY: Reckitt Benckiser(Australia)Pty Limited

ABN: 17003274655

ADDRESS: 44Wharf Road

West Ryde NSW2114

TELEPHONE: (02)98572000

AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY TELEPHONE

(5pm to8am EST Australia): (02)98572444

NEW ZEALAND

COMPANY: Reckitt Benckiser(New Zealand)Limited

ADDRESS: Lincoln Manor

289Lincoln Road

Henderson Auckland1231

27 June 2007

1.PRODUCT

PRODUCT NAME: Mortein Fast Knockdown Fly and Insect Killer Aerosol

OTHER NAMES: None

PRODUCT CODE: 0102666(300g)

0102667(200g)

UN NUMBER: 1950(AEROSOLS)

DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS: 2.1

SUBSIDIARY RISK: None allocated

HAZCHEM CODE: None allocated

PACKAGING GROUP: None allocated

POISONS SCHEDULE NUMBER: Not scheduled

USE: Household insecticide aerosol spray.

2.HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Eye Contact None

Skin Contact Irritant

Inhalation None

Ingestion None

HEALTH EFFECTS

ACUTE

May cause transient irritation to the eyes.

Skin Will cause irritation to the skin with repeated/prolonged contact.

Inhaled Mist/vapours may cause irritation to the upper respiratory tract.

Swallowed Unlikely to be a route of exposure.

CHRONIC The chronic toxicity of this product has not been determined.

3.COMPOSITION

Chemical Name CAS No Proportion(%w/w)

Hydrocarbon propellant 1 106-97-8/74-98-6>60

Hydrocarbon solvent 64771-72-8 10-<30

Butylated hydroxytoluene 128-37-0 <1

Esbiothrin 84030-86-4 <1(1.26g/kg)

Permethrin 52645-53-1 <1(0.5g/kg)

Other ingredients classified as to100

not hazardous according to NOHSC

Our supplier of butane has provided documentation stating that the butane component contains less than0.1%w/w1,3butadiene.

4.FIRST AID MEASURES

Eye Contact Wash eyes with a large quantity of water.If irritation occurs and persists,

contact a doctor.

Skin Contact Wash off skin with water and soap.If irritation persists, contact a doctor.

Inhalation Remove to fresh air.If breathing difficulties are experienced, seek

medical attention.

Ingestion Give2glasses of water to drink.Contact a doctor or a Poisons

Information Centre(Australia13 11 26; New Zealand0800 764 766 or

0800POISON).

Advice to Doctor: Treat symptomatically.

5.FIRE-FIGHTING MEASURES

Specific Dangers Aerosol cans may explode and rocket when subjected to extreme heat or

fire.

Extinguisher Type Water, foam, carbon dioxide.

6.ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

SPILLS Keep area well ventilated.Remove sources of ignition.

Minor Spills Mop up spill with water and detergent.

Major Spills Contain spill.Collect product using a suitable absorbent material such as

vermiculite.Shovel material into labelled containers and close lids.Do

not allow product to enter waterways.

7.HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling Dangerous Good class2.1(AEROSOLS).Handle accordingly.

Storage Dangerous Good class2.1(AEROSOLS).Store accordingly.

8.EXPOSURE AND PERSONAL PROTECTION

Exposure Standards Exposure Standards 1

have been set for the following ingredients:

Ingredient CAS No. TWA

mg/m 3

ppm STEL

mg/m 3

ppm Carcinogen

Category Notices

Butane

Propane

Butylated

hydroxytoluene 106-97-8

74-98-6

128-37-0 1900

asphyxiant

TWA=Time Weighted Average

STEL=Short Term Exposure Limit

1

Worksafe Australia Exposure Standards for Atmospheric Contaminants in the Occupational Environment[NOHSC:1003 1995)]

Engineering Controls Ensure adequate ventilation.Maintain air concentrations below

exposure standards.

Personal Protection When handling bulk quantities, wear suitable safety glasses, protective

clothing and impervious gloves.When ventilation is insufficient, a suitable

respirator should be worn.

Flammability Flammable.

9.PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Physical State Aerosol

Appearance Fine mist

Colour Colourless

Boiling Point 0°C(butane)

Vapour Pressure 240kPa @16°C(butane)

Specific Gravity 0.70-0.80@25°C(Concentrate)

Flashpoint -60°C(butane)

Solubility in Water Immiscible

10.STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Stability Stable under normal conditions.

Dangerous Reactions Aerosol cans may explode and rocket when subjected to extreme heat or

fire.

Decomposition Products Products may include oxides of carbon and nitrogen.

11.TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicity Toxicological testing of the concentrate of this product has been

undertaken and the following results were found:

Oral LD50(rat):>2000mg/kg

Dermal LD50(rat):>2000mg/kg

Eye irritancy(rabbit):Not an irritant

Skin irritancy(rabbit):Irritant

Skin sensitisation(guinea pig):Non sensitiser

Inhalation LC50(rat)4hours:>5.67mg/L

The other hazard identifications in Section3were derived from the

known effects of the individual ingredients and their concentrations in the

product.

12.ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Ecotoxicity The ecotoxicity of this product has not been determined.Based on the

component ecotoxicology, it is toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause

long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.

13.DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Bulk Quantities Dispose of according to Local, State and Federal regulations.Contact

relevant authority for details.

14.TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Road Transport Regulations Dangerous Good class2.1(AEROSOLS).

Maritime Transport Regulations Dangerous Good class2.1(AEROSOLS).This product is not

classified as a marine pollutant as defined by section2.10.3of the IMDG

Code Edition2004.

Air Transport Regulations Dangerous Good class2.1(AEROSOLS).

15.REGULATORY INFORMATION

Regulatory Approvals This product has been approved by the Australian Pesticides and

Veterinary Medicines Authority(APVMA) [APVMA No.60630]

Hazardous Substances Hazardous.

Regulation R38 Irritating to skin.

R51/53 Toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse

effects in the aquatic environment.

16.OTHER INFORMATION

CONTACT POINT

AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND

Regulatory, Safety & Environmental Services

From outside Australia Ph: (61) (2)98572000

From within Australia Ph: (02)98572000

TheinformationcontainedinthisMSDSwascompiledusingthelatestandmostreliableinformation

availabletoReckittBenckiser. Theinformationisprovidedwithoutanywarranty,expressedorimplied

regardingitscorrectnessoraccuracy. Similarlynowarrantyexpressedorimpliedregardingtheproduct

describedhereinshallbecreatedbyorinferredfromanystatementoromissionfromthisMSDSnorwill

Reckitt Benckiser assume any liability for any loss or damage arising out of the use of this information. It

issolelytheresponsibilityoftheusertodeterminesafeconditionsforuseofthisproductandtoassume

liability for any loss, damage or expense whatsoever arising out of the product's improper use.

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