POOL KING SPA BROMINE TABLETS

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

Active ingredient:
BROMINE PRESENT AS BROMO-CHLORO-DIMETHYLHYDANTOIN; CHLORINE PRESENT AS BROMO-CHLORO-DIMETHYLHYDANTOIN
Available from:
AGENT SALES & SERVICES PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
Br as bromochlorodimethylhydan(650g/kg) + others
Pharmaceutical form:
TABLET (INC. PELLET, BOLUS, SUPPOSITORY, CAPSULE)
Composition:
BROMINE PRESENT AS BROMO-CHLORO-DIMETHYLHYDANTOIN MINERAL-BROMINE Active 650.0 g/kg; CHLORINE PRESENT AS BROMO-CHLORO-DIMETHYLHYDANTOIN MINERAL-CHLORINE Active 280.0 g/kg
Units in package:
10kg; 1kg; 2kg; 4kg; 500g
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
AGENT SALES & SERV
Therapeutic group:
INDOOR POOL | SPA | OUTDOOR SPA | SPA POOLS
Therapeutic area:
ALGICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
BACTERIA
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: N/A; Host/pest details: INDOOR POOL: [BACTERIA]; SPA: [BACTERIA]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: INDOOR POOL: [BACTERIA]; SPA: [BACTERIA]; Kills and controls algae and bacteria in swimming pools and spas.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
51330
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

P O I S O N

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

POOL KING

Spa Bromine Tablets

Active Constituent:

650g/kg

available BROMINE (Br)

28Og/kg

available CHLORINE (Cl) present as BROMO

CHLORO

DIMETHYLHYDANTOIN

Net Contents

500 gms

2 K g

4 K g

IOKg

(20gm Tablets)

AGent

Sales and Services Pty Ltd

100

Daddow

Road KEWDALE WA 6105

Ph: (08) 9453 1211

Fx: (08) 9453 1411

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

SPA/POOL VOLUME

LITRES

1 .ooo

DOSAGE RATE

1 Tablet

SHOCK DOSE

4 Tablets

These dosage rates are only a guide to achieve the required levels of free bromine.

REQUIRED LEVELS OF BROMINE

TYPE OF POOL

WATER

FREE BROMINE

TOTAL

PH

TEMPERATURE

LEVEL (mg/L)

ALKALINITY

(mg/L)

minimum

I

N D O O R

26

OC

or below

2

150

7.2

POOLS

above

26OC

4

to 7.8

SPA POOLS

Not

more than

4-8

150

7.2

-

8.0

40%

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL

UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Bromine like chlorine, is destroyed by sunlight but unlike chlorine, cannot be stabilised to

ultraviolet light and as such is only suitable for indoor pools.

Before dosing the spa or pool it is recommended that:

The Filtration system be properly cleaned and backwashed.

Brominating tablets may be used in various automatic feed dispensers (Brominators)

or places in a refillable plastic dispenser for use in the skimmer box or as a floater.

should be tested daily using fresh testing reagents.

If it falls below the required

level, add Dry Alkali, and if it rises above add Dry Acid.

Bromine levels should be tested daily by use of a reliable test kit using fresh testing

reagents.

Dosage rates indicated are only a guide as the rate of dissolving is affected by water

temperature, flow rate, bather load and other environmental conditions. It is

recommended to start with 4

6 tablets. The correct

level

of free bromine should be

maintained for several hours prior to and during pool or spa activity. To increase

bromine levels, operate the pump longer or add more tablets.

It is recommended after using the spa to always run filter and pump for 1 to 2 hours.

It is recommended that 10% of spa water be drained each week and topped up.

CAUTION

Not to be used as a food container

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS:

Highly reactive oxidising chlorine compound. May cause fire and explosion or produce

severe burns.

Product will irritate the eyes, nose, throat and skin.

Avoid contact with the eyes, skin and clothing. Do not inhale dust.

Do not allow the product to come into contact with other chemicals, especially acids, or

with combustible material such as paper, fabric, sawdust or kerosene.

Do not allow to

get damp. Use clean containers for dispensing.

Do not mix with other chemicals. Do not mix with different types of chlorinating

chemicals. Mix with water only. Do not add water to the product

add the product to

the water, but in case of fire, drench with water.

Store undercover in a dry, clean, cool, well ventilated place away from sunlight. Store

and transport in an upright container.

In case of spillage, flush with large quantities of

water.

Wash hands after use.

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FIRST AID

If Poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Phone 13 1126). If

swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water. If skin contact occurs,

remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. If in eyes, hold eyes open,

flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

D.0.M

B.N.

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NRA APPROVAL NO.

5,330$098

UN No. 1479

PG

HAZCHEM IWE

SOLID NO 5

In Transport Emergency Dial 000

Police or Fire Brigade

H

EAD OFFICE

100 Daddow Road

Kewdale WA 6105

Telephone: (61 8) 9453 1211

SALES & SERVICES

Facsimile: (61 8) 9453 1411

admin@agentsales.com.au

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Hazardous According to Criteria of WorkSafe Australia

Date of Issue : March 2008

Product Name:

POOLKING BROMINE

1. IDENTIFICATION

General

Synonyms – HALOBROM; N BROMOCHLORO-DIMETHYL HYDANTOIN; 1, 3-BROMO,

CHLORO-5,

6-DIMETHYL

HYDANTOIN;

3-BROMO,

CHLORO-5,

5-DIMETHYL,

IMIDAZOLIDINEDIONE

U.N. No : 1479

Class : 5.1

Packing Group : II

Hazchem : 1 W E

EPG: None allocated

Poisons schedule : None allocated

Uses:

Disinfectant/decontaminant for spas and heated pools, cooling towers, irrigation lines, Cut-

flower holding water.

1.1 Physical Description

Appearance:

White Solid or free flowing granules with faint halogenous odour.

Formula:

₆BrCIN₂O₂

Melting Point:

163-164

Flashpoint:

None

Vapour Pressure

Not applicable at standard conditions

Flammability Limits:

Will not support combustion

Solubility in Water

0.2g/100g @ 25˚c.

Specific Gravity

1.8 - 2.

1.2 Other Properties

Stability - Stable when dry and uncontaminated.

Avoid - 1. Mixing with anything but water

2. Heating above 160˚c (decomposition produces hydrogen bromide and bromine fumes).

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Incompatible with - Paints, petroleum, other combustible organic materials, organic and

inorganic oxidisers. Hazardous polymerization will not occur.

1.3 Ingredients

Chemical Entity

CAS No.

Proportions (%)

HALOGENATED HYDANTOIN

126-06-7

2. HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION

2.1 Health Effects - Acute

Eye Contact

Severe irritation. Corneal burns on prolonged contact with dust or concentrated suspension.

Skin Contact

Prolonged skin contact may cause reddening and superficial necrosis. Burns may be severe if skin

is wet or damp. No absorption via intact skin.

Inhalation

Irritates mucous membranes. Dust will burn respiratory tissues severely.

Ingestion

As for inhalation, will burn digestive tract tissue severely.

2.2 First Aid Procedures

Eye Contact

Holding the eyelids apart and rolling the eyes, flush eyes with copious quantities of flowing water

for 15 minutes. Get medical attention.

Skin Contact

Remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin thoroughly with mild soap and plenty of water. Wash

clothing before re-use. Seek medical attention if irritation persists.

Inhalation

If exposed to dust and/or fumes released at higher temperatures, remove the patient to fresh air,

keep the person quiet and warm, apply artificial respiration if necessary and seek medical

attention.

Ingestion

If swallowed, give large amounts of water to dilute the toxicant. If immediately available

demulcents such as milk, vegetable oil or egg whites can be given. Do not induce vomiting as it is

likely to cause considerable mucosal damage. Seek medical attention.

3. PRECAUTIONS FOR USE

3.1 Exposure Standards

Threshold Limits Value - Not established. Routes of entry - Inhalation and Ingestion. Not through

skin.

Toxicity - LD50 (oral, rat) = 929 mg/kg.

- LC50 (inhalation, rat) = 1.11mg/1/4h.

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Primary skin irritation index 6.1 (corrosive to skin and eyes).Contact with dilute solution (<0.1%)

is non-irritating to eyes and skin. Acute hazard due to corrosive nature to skin and eyes. Chronic

hazards not known..No carcinogenicity recorded.

Contact with the material can cause irreversible eye damage and skin irritation. Inhalation of dust

can cause nasal and throat irritation.

Existing dermatitis may be aggravated by exposure.

3.2 Engineering Controls

Ventilation: Local exhaust used to minimise dusting. No special exhaust required. Mechanical

equipment used for general area control- No other required.

3.3 Personal Protection

A dust mask is essential where dusting may occur. Eyes - Impact resistant, chemical safety

goggles must be worn. Impervious rubber or plastic, gloves and boots must be worn. Always wash

thoroughly, after handling.

3.4 Flammability

Not flammable under conditions of use.

4. SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION

4.1 Storage and Transport

Dangerous Goods Class 5.1 Oxidiser - Must be stored and transported in accordance with State or

Territory dangerous goods regulations.

Precautions to be taken in handling and storage - Handle containers with care and keep them well

closed. Store in dark, cool; dry locations (20-32

C), away from energy sources and incompatible

materials.

Use dry, clean clothing and equipment for transfer, always re-cover and close original container

well. Avoid crushing if the solid and/or dust dispersal.

Avoid contamination with water, organic material or oxidisers.

Do not eat, drink or smoke during work, wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling.

4.2 Packaging / Labelling

U.N. No : 1479

Class : 5.1

Packing Group : II

Hazchem : 1 W E

EPG: None allocated

Shipping Name:

Risk Phrases

Safety Phrases

4.3 Spills and Disposal

Spills

If material is released or spilled, use protective goggles with side-shields, dust respirator and

rubber gloves. Prevent dusting - either, shovel or sweep into clean intact packaging for possible re-

use, or hose down area. Hose down concentrated suspension spills.

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Disposal

Waste disposal method - follow state and/or local ordinances. Dispose in approved landfill sites or

an approved incinerator. Crush and bury empty containers.

4.4 Fire/Explosion Hazard

Extinguishing media is water. Do not use ammonium phosphate extinguisher near water and

halobrom.

5. OTHER INFORMATION

Other Information

Molecular weight - 241.5

5.1 Contact Points

AGent Sales & Services Pty Ltd

100 Daddow Road,

Kewdale WA 6105

Ph: 9453 1211

Fax: 9453 1411

5.2 Disclaimer

AGent Sales & Services Pty Ltd

provides the information contained herein in good faith but

makes no representation as to its’ comprehensiveness or accuracy. A properly trained person using

this product intends this document only as a guide to the appropriate precautionary handling of the

material. Individuals receiving the information must exercise their independent judgement in

determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose.

AGent Sales & Services Pty Ltd

makes

no representations or warranties, either express or implied, including without limitation any

warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose with respect to the information set

forth herein or the product to which the information refers. Accordingly,

AGent Sales & Services

Pty Ltd

will not be responsible for damages resulting from use of or reliance upon this

information.

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